Family appeal for help to trace Altea resident

GAVIN FLOYD: The family have drawn a blank in their search for Rosemary

A DORSET family are appealing for information regarding a family member they were led to believe had died.
Jennifer Conlon spent many holidays in Altea visiting her cousin Rosemary Anne Helen Lesky. Jennifer believed Rosemary passed away two years ago after receiving information from a family friend. While on holiday recently with her son Gavin Floyd and her daughter Nicola Daysh, they tried to find the burial place of her ashes and that is where the trail faded.
They visited the civil registry in Altea but could not find any information so went to the crematorium and Rosemary’s husband’s grave. The owners of the crematorium searched their records but found no trace of Rosemary.
A crematorium worker remembered Rosemary and did not think she was dead but suggested she may have been admitted to a hospital.
Gavin said: “My mother’s friend was certain Rosemary had passed away. We wanted to pay our respects while we were here but now we are uncertain about what happened to her, especially in view of the information that she might have been admitted to a hospital. We go home on Wednesday and it looks as if the mystery will remain unsolved.”
Rosemary Anne Helen Lesky was born May 4, 1946. Anyone with information that could help Rosemary to be reunited with her cousin is asked to please contact The Euro Weekly News.

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