Looking for the family of a long lost friend

I know his widow and sons are still living in Surrey and I would like to contact them.

I live in Spain. A friend of mine emigrated to Surrey in the late 1960s or ’70s. He emigrated with his wife and two sons. Details are as follows:

John C. Stevens was born in 1945 in the UK. His wife was M. Isabel Alice Pond and his sons are David John Stevens and Jason Scott Stevens. I heard that John C. Stevens died in approximately 2003.

I know his widow and sons are still living in Surrey and I would like to contact them. I have tried finding various records that could help but I’m not having any luck.

Thanking you in anticipation of your help in trying to resolve my dilemma.

You can contact me via rdnyjmsdvs@yahoo.co.uk

 

R. Davis

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