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Mr William Ellis

My name is William Robert Dalziel Ellis and are hoping that some one may help me to find where my brother Paul Vivian Ellis is laid to rest in the Englefieldnbsp Green Cemetery he was born 16th September 1954 and died 21st September 1954 at the King Edward VII hospital Old Windsor. My late father John Charles William Ellis many years told me that he was interned in a corner of the cemetery, how true this is I do not know. At the time of his birth we were living at 34 Barons Way, Egham Hythe. If some one could take pictures of the grave if found it would put the finish to that part of my missing family. Please also note any costs will be refunded.

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