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To Mark Steevens,

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:

Our family is trying to trace the last possible survivor of our parent's generation, my Aunt Margaret (Steevens). Born in 1922 to Alfred William Steevens (Chief Government Prosecutor for Upper Burma)and Minette Ethel Steevens, she left Burma in 1942 and was last heard of in Longsight, Manchester in the 1960's. We do not know her present name, as she had married at least twice.

We are also looking for information on my late father's war service. Cecil Arthur Steevens (known as Steve) was in the Burma Army Service Corps, No 1 GT Company, during the Japanese invasion. On arrival in India he was promoted to Lieutenant and we think served with the Burma Intelligence Corps, attached to the Chindits. If anyone can give me any information about my aunt, my father or the Burma Intelligence Corps I would be deeply grateful.

Maybe I can help a bit.
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