LETTER: Family news for brother

Looking for Stephen Turner, who used to live in Abbotsford

I’m trying to trace my brother, Stephen Turner, who emigrated to Canada 15-20 years ago.

The last address I have for him is Caves Court, Abbotsford.

I am trying to make contact with him, because his sister, Carol, has recently passed away (lung cancer) and I feel he should be told about this.

He served as an Ordinary Seaman in the Royal Navy until about the age of 22. HIs wife was called Diane. They had three children, Simon, Stacey and Nicholas. He was born in 1951. He came originally from Salford, England. He had three sisters – Sheila, Jean, Carol, and one brother, Peter.

I am hoping that friends of Stephen may read this letter and pass the information on to him. He knows where to get in touch if he wants to.

Jean Ellis (sister)

Manchester, England

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