Do you write out your name above the return address of the letter?
In formal English letter writing, where the source address is at top centre or top right of the page, it is not normal to include your name,
42, Greyhound Road
Mr. E. Scrooge
Barclay’s Bank Ltd
113 Mammon Street
5 April 2003
Dear Mr. Scrooge,
Application for post of trainee manager
TEXT OF LETTER.
Your address, but not your name, usually goes in the top right hand corner. You would not usually include your telephone number or email address here, but this would be permissible.