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To Pamela Evans,

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:

I am trying to trace my Mother's history. She was born in 1898 and at school age attended St.

Joseph's Convent Maulmein, head teacher at the time , Mother Augustin Joseph. My mother's

father was John Francis who worked in Rangoon. She had four living siblings. Edna, Lance, Henry

and Clifton. Edna married a Felix Fischer. During my life I have met many of these relations and her

friends when they arrived in England. Sadly now lost contact. I am 80 years of age and have

recently returned from a trip to Burma. I visited many of the places my mother had told me about. I

tried in vain to find any reference to my mother's wedding to Herbert Evans, an Englishman who

worked as an electrical engineer with the Tram Company. I have photographs of their wedding

passed down to me from them. These names I remember from my growing up days, they were

some of the people who visited us in S.E. London. Sister Dorothy, Sister Magdalene, nuns from

Rangoon and Maymyo, Ivy Barratt, John Nichols, or Nicholos, Louisa Chaco , George Mogose, and

many of the Fischer and Francis families. I would love to hear from anyone who knew these people

or their contacts with Dorrie Evans, neeFrancis, Hope to get some results. Pam Spice nee Evans.

Maybe I can help a bit.
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