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To Stephen Ashworth,

I am replying to your query for a lost person, which I saw on the Britain-Burma Society's Lost Relatives web page (http://shwepla.net/Misspers.mv). You said:

need to know who and when the 4 or more replies to my searches for info on the name clifford Minus who was a judge with possible connections to the bennett family involved in jail justice in the 1920-30s in rangoon.clifford married grace ellis,one of graces daughters was named barbara born august 1929 but clifford was not her biological father which barbra was unaware of until recently when her mother grace died aged 100+and stated in her will that barbaras fathers surname was white or whyte he was believed to be of a darker complexion than most burmese people possibly of indian descent.mr white/whyte tried to contact barbara when she was 12-13yrs old around 1943 and living with clifford Minus in his very large house which often accomodated army service men which i mentioned in previous appeals back in march 2007 on this website.barbaras friend doris did not tell her of mr whites visit to their home as she thought it would be upsetting for her.mr william john francis has made an appeal saying he knew an olive white/whyte around 1945,did you make one of those replies.can the parties who made those 4 or more special replies please let me know as most of my e-mails have been deleted thank you

Maybe I can help a bit.
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