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Norman Bigelow's long-lost family: 'He would have been proud of me' Published duration 7 November 2018 image caption Norman Bigelow lived in Finsbury Park, south London When Norman Bigelow became ill after a long life of crime, he had little money, but he had a house in Finsbury Park - a leafy south London neighbourhood - where he raised a family with his wife Norma, according to a relative who has now found the house in a desperate search. In 1968, when he was in his late 70s, Norman Bigelow received a letter from a woman he'd not seen for years. He had never married and the woman was his niece Janet Tate, from Poole in Dorset. But her parents had raised her with the assumption that he was her father, and that he would come for her when he was well. Norman Bigelow never married. He was sent down from Oxford University for being caught in a pub crawl and was then sentenced to 12 months in jail. But he was let out after just five months for "good behaviour". Bigelow went on to have a spell at Borstal, the youth correction home, and then a series of small-time crimes before the end of the decade. He married Norma in 1966. But within a few months of his release, they split. They never divorced. Bigelow had a son, Kevin, from a previous relationship. He was eight when his father died in 1978. But as Bigelow grew older, his criminal lifestyle began to cost him his health. He was diagnosed with cancer and had to have chemotherapy. Then he was put in hospital after falling down the stairs. He was left with kidney problems. The letter he received in 1968 changed all that. Bigelow had only ever seen Tate on one occasion. But it was now as if he had never gone away. image caption Janet Tate waited a long time for her father to come back to her He wrote back to her, describing himself as "getting on a bit" and very ill. He asked her to come and live with him. She was 22 and had always wanted to live in London. A few years later, she got in touch with her mother, who had found out about her daughter's search and gave her Bigelow's address. She had recently found his council tax records, and she






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