For many years I have been trying to trace the present day whereabouts of Miss Prudence Fawcett and G White who drove a Morgan 4/4 to a class win in the 1938 Le Mans. G White teamed up with the late Dick Anthony for the same race in 1939. Could I, through the kind auspices of your magazine, ask if any of your readers could assist me in locating either of the two drivers named?
I believe that Miss Fawcett lived in the Orpington, Kent area in 1938, but research of the Electoral Rolls and Street Directories of the time revealed nothing.
I will, of course, answer all letters I may receive.
Ken Hill, (Morgan historian), Woodfidley Cottage, Brockenhurst, Hants SO4 7QL
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