Appeal for a precious family photograph lost in Louth

A woman is pleading for support from the people of Louth, after losing a precious family photograph which fell out of her car’s trailer on the outskirts of the town as she returned home after clearing out her late cousin’s house in Louth.

The large, frameless, sepia photo of a ‘Victorian gent’ dressed in his Sunday best, was lost on May 26 on the way out of Louth via Edward Street and Horncastle Road, when Pauline Organ noticed that her trailer covering had come loose behind her car.

Despite her best efforts to search the roadside in the local area, Pauline was unable to find the photo, which is understood to be a picture of her grandfather’s brother, a local farmer named Martin Bacon.

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Pauline said: “We are so sad to lose this, and would be delighted if anyone could find and return it.”

If you find the photograph, contact Pauline by calling 01427 788629 or email her at: [email protected]

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