Man sends heartbreaking appeal to find last photo of late wife
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Man sends heartbreaking appeal to find last photo of late wife


Sissinghurst garden.
Sissinghurst garden.

Image: Shutterstock / Niek Goossen

A British man has sent a heartbreaking appeal to the National Trust magazine to find what he believes is the last photograph of his wife before she died. 

Alan Wright and his wife visited Sissinghurst Castle in Kent in September 2015 and during the trip they spoke to a couple of fellow visitors. 

“The gentleman then asked to take a photo of us sitting in one of the gardens,” he said. “My wife sadly passed away about three months later, and I have realised that this would have been the last photo ever taken of her.”

“I would dearly love to obtain a copy. Could you publish an appeal in the members’ magazine? It would mean so much to me.”

The National Trust confirmed to Mashable that the image on the Twitter posting was from the magazine’s recent Summer 2017 edition, page 63. 

If you were the person in question, or know the gentleman who took the photograph, please contact [email protected] 

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May 16, 2017
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