Wwii Hero Will

The family of a war hero who died in WWII were never told of his death because the telegram and his last Will and Testament were undiscovered for 67 years – after they were left on a BUS. The stained documents relating to Private Gordon Heaton were left on a bus by a delivery boy and was discovered in a lost property box in a bus depot in Birmingham last November.

The family of a war hero who died in WWII were never told of his death because the telegram and his last Will and Testament were undiscovered for 67 years - after they were left on a BUS. The stained documents relating to Private Gordon Heaton were left on a bus by a delivery boy and was discovered in a lost property box in a bus depot in Birmingham last November.

The family of a war hero who died in WWII were never told of his death because the telegram and his last Will and Testament were undiscovered for 67 years - after they were left on a BUS. The stained documents relating to Private Gordon Heaton were left on a bus by a delivery boy and was discovered in a lost property box in a bus depot in Birmingham last November.

The family of a war hero who died in WWII were never told of his death because the telegram and his last Will and Testament were undiscovered for 67 years - after they were left on a BUS. The stained documents relating to Private Gordon Heaton were left on a bus by a delivery boy and was discovered in a lost property box in a bus depot in Birmingham last November.

The family of a war hero who died in WWII were never told of his death because the telegram and his last Will and Testament were undiscovered for 67 years - after they were left on a BUS. The stained documents relating to Private Gordon Heaton were left on a bus by a delivery boy and was discovered in a lost property box in a bus depot in Birmingham last November.