My mother had letters that she wrote to my father through the war and he had saved them She asked me not to read them after she died and also not to read her diary. I have kept this promise. I shall burn them. In the 1950's an 'aunt' used to holiday in Cornwall and with her came, I presume her nephew and niece. The lady was sent to Cornwall from Wales during the war and struck up a friendship with my aunt and they kept in contact for years. What is interesting is a Welsh address on one of the envelopes of my mother has a Welsh address and I know that my mother stayed with the person in the very late 1940s. There is a also a photograph of the 3 from Wales and my parents,my sibling and me taken at Lands End in the late 1950s. Thinking about the photograph I asked my mother could she remember the surname of the 'aunt' but she couldn't. I was interested to see whether the nephew and niece were still alive. As you can imagine I was surprised to find this envelope and sorry that my mother didn't live long enough to 'fill' me in. Being nosey, I put the address from the envelope in the 1939 register and the aunt that we called Betty appears as Elizabeth ,so I believe that I got the correct person. Trying to find her nephew and niece is difficult .