Feb. 25 (UPI) — A pair operating on a reworking undertaking at their Wyoming dwelling produced a astonishing discovery in between a kitchen cabinet and the wall: a young girls’ baptism certificate from 1964.
Tricia Provence mentioned she and her boyfriend, Billy Lytle, had been doing the job on a remodeling task in the kitchen area of their Casper home when Lytle removed a kitchen cabinet and located an envelope.
“I really don’t know how it obtained again there mainly because it was amongst the cupboard and the wall, because it was sealed off,” Provence advised the Oil City News.
The envelope contained a black-and-white image of a younger woman and a baptism certificate for Anne Elizabeth Ewing, who was born June 17, 1953, and was baptized at the 1st Christian Church in Casper on March 26, 1964.
The pair reached out to the church for support acquiring the certificate’s proprietor, but all they had been able to come across were the names of the girl’s parents, David and Caroline, and the names of her siblings, Robert Edward and Leslie. The loved ones relocated to Oklahoma in 1965.
Provence posted photos of the discoveries on Fb in the hopes of reaching somebody who understands the household.
She said in an update Wednesday that on line detectives consider they might have identified Anne Elizabeth Ewing residing in Canada. Provence claimed she is now making an attempt to make get hold of to see if the objects belong to the girl.