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To Frederika Schofield-Mole,

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:

My mother, her much younger half-brother and myself evacuated from Burma in 1942. My grandmother remained. My grandmother's name was Isobel Mai Grinnol,the widow of John William Grinnol an engineer with Burma Railways. My mother, Lilian (nee Satur), and her brother, Arthur Satur were both children my grandmoth's first husband, her half-brother, Timothy was the son of John William Grinnol. My grandmother's maiden name was Bacon and she and her brothers and sister were all born in Burma.

My grandmother was a prisoner of war for some 3 years and died shortly after being released. Arther Satur, an engineer with Burma Oil was killed on New Years Eve in 1944. We had no contcat with his wife and son nor with any other members of our family.

I was born in 1938, my father was Fredrick Renfrew Starkey who was killed in a Polo accident in 1939. My mother married for a second time in 1942 to Denis Allen, who at the time of our evacuation was serving with the Chindits in China.

I would be intersted to hear from anyone who knew or knew of my grandmother or any other members of my mother's family. I remain in close contact with Timothy and we both live in England.

Maybe I can help a bit.
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