I've thought about contacting former colleagues but as I retired over eight years ago, I'm so out of touch with them, and really don't know who would know anything, that it's another dead-end. I checked my list of family members and realised that I was off the mark when I said I thought I might have the husband's Facebook page. Whilst I do have someone with his name, I suspect he might be too young. The other contact, the one that seems more positive, is actually her older sister's husband. It would probably be much better if I can contact her through him as any question about sensitivity over old relationships wouldn't occur. @Hertz Donut Yes, good guessing about the ages. She was just 16 and I was just shy of 18 when our relationship started. It's not so much the fact that we were friends at that age that has me going through this. It's a couple of photos I have taken during the 1974 trip to Kyogle to attend the wedding. She looks so young, fit and lovely and has a wistful expression and pose in one pic that makes it so hard to understand how she could be gone in just over six years that has done it. Whilst we had finished our original relationship at that time, we were still friends and I know that I could have re-kindled things then and there if I'd been smart enough. Neither of us was in any relationship at that time. Opportunity lost.....And to this day, I still have a Christmas card she sent me in 1972. (As I said - I'm hopelessly sentimental. That card will never be thrown out - it's one of those keepsakes we all have at least one of).