John D Owen, John trained to be a doctor at Cambridge and London, and then went into general practice in Colchester in 1960. He married Pat Aitken in 1959, and they had three children, all of whom have developed successful careers in the business world. After thirty three years in practice, John retired and he and Pat began to enjoy travelling, making several journeys across Europe and to the Himalayas. In 1999, John became interested in family history, which led to him uncover the story of Dr Arthur Douthwaite, who was a distant relative of his mother. Besides family history, John retains a keen interest in travel, hill walking, golf and gardening Diana Constance Morgan. Diana Morgan is the grand daughter of Dr Arthur Douthwaite. Her mother, Isabel, was born in Chefoo in 1893, and was the third daughter of Dr Douthwaite's wife, Constance. Diana was born in Bristol in 1922, and after an orthodox education, she was sent to Germany to study the language. She was still there at the outbreak of World War II, from where she narrowly escaped before the frontiers were sealed. On her return to England, Diana joined the WRNS, and thanks to her knowledge of German, she rose rapidly through the ranks to gain a commission, and spent the war years monitoring the transmissions between the German E-boats in the Channel. Diana had not long been in the WRNS before she met James Morgan, RNVR. who she married as soon as the war was over. James joined the Commonwealth Office and was posted to Nigeria, where he served for ten years as a civil servant in the trade department, while Diana worked on some hush-hush activity in Government House. After Nigeria achieved independence, James got a job in Germany for two years before settling down to work in the City, while Diana concentrated on bringing up her two sons, and pursuing her lifelong interest in astronomy, and in particular in the mysteries of Outer Space, while maintaining an interest in her grandparents' extraordinary stories.