Lost Love Let­ters

Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine - - LETTERS -

The other day I was read­ing your July 2018 is­sue and no­ticed the let­ter ‘Love let­ters re­turned’. I have a sim­i­lar prob­lem.

My aunt passed away in 2010, and left be­hind let­ters that she must have held onto for over 67 years. As she never mar­ried the writer, I would like to find the rel­a­tives of this gen­tle­man. Maybe they would like the let­ters and pho­tographs?

The gen­tle­man in ques­tion was Ken­neth Bex­field, and he served in the Army in Wilt­shire and South East Asia Com­mand. The last let­ter I have was writ­ten from 39 Wind­sor Road, Low­est­oft, Suf­folk, dated 20 May 1946.

As I do not have a com­puter, I would be so thrilled if any read­ers could help me.

Irene K Car­pen­ter, Som­er­set

Editor Replies: We love a chal­lenge Irene. If any­one can un­cover mem­bers of Ken­neth’s fam­ily, we will get in touch and try to re­turn the let­ters and pho­tographs to them.

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