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- June 14, 1999
- Vol. 51
- No. 22
After 85 Years, a Fallen Soldier's Bottled Message Reaches Home
Hughes's body was never recovered, but in a sense, he has come home. A descendant read an article on Gowan's catch and told The Sun that Hughes's widow, Elizabeth, had remarried and moved with their daughter Emily to New Zealand. Elizabeth died in 1979, but Emily Crowhurst, 86, is alive. New Zealand's postal service flew Gowan to Auckland, and on May 17 he presented the bottle to the tearful grandmother of seven. She has no memory of her father, but now feels she knows him just a little. "He must have been," she says, "a romantic and caring man."
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