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Llangammarch Wells Fire: Seema Khan Kids Named – Kidd Family Dad Connection Found

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Seema Khan Kids Named After Llangammarch Fire

Cuthbertson Kids Named, But Could Sisters, Biological Mother & Father Still Be Living Local?

Just Raine aged 11, his brother Reef Raine, aged 10 and their younger sister Misty Raine aged 9 have all been named as three of the five dead children along with father David Cuthbertson after the reported Llangamamrch Wells farmhouse fire, one more child is allegedly still unidentifiable.

Police said they have so far recovered five bodies and will continue attempts to recover the remains of the sixth who is yet to be named.

The mother of the children, Seema Khan, from Essex, who is believed to live close to the farmhouse in near-by Builth Wells, has not been named publically during recent media reports Enchanted LifePath TV & Radio News can provide information showing she is the mother, although questions remain as to why she has still to comment on the incident.

Information easily obtainable on Ancestry.co.uk shows the mothers Maiden surname as Khan, this was also used to verify Seema’s other children, Summer, Forest and Sheena Kidd, whose father David Kidd also lives in Builth Wells.

It was not as easy when looking for Reef Rain with no matches born before the 1970’s and the two closest Misty Raine birth records do not match the date of birth year of Misty Raine, 9,  reported dead in the fire at Pointyn farm in October.

Searches for Misty and Reef using surnames, Cuthberton Raine and Khan, surprisingly returned no results of any interest to this family.

 

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This raises serious questions as to why the children where reportedly placed in separate care homes whilst a custody battle lasted for years between Seema Khan, 44, and David Cuthbertson, 68, which concluded when David won custody of all children in 2016 with the father of most of Seema’s children, David Kidd, still living locally.

On a JustGiving donations page set up after the alleged fire with over £23.000 raised, one Seema Khan’s daughters, Summer Kidd, can be seen thanking donators.

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When looking at summers birth records on ancestry.co.uk it is clearly stated her mothers maiden name is Khan, when looking at Summers Facebook friend list she has three friends with the surname kidd, notably David Kidd, who is her father along with sisters Sheena and Forest Kidd.

Llangammarch Fire

When looking at forest Kidd’s Facebook profile, we see comments from bother her dad, David Kidd, and her sister Summer, which confirms they are all in family members who are still in contact with each other, we also see David and his daughters joking about the looks they have taken from him, their biological father.

 
This is further backed up by a post on Summer’s profile where she can be seen asking if anybody knows a good local tattoo artist when the three can be seen discussing this and David shows natural fatherly instaince towards Summers interest in a tattoo and jokingly questions why she needs to know this information in a reply he ends with the words DAD emphasised.

This again puts serious doubts in the story of David Cuthbertson gaining custody of Seema Khan’s children after a long battle with social services.

With most of the family being alive and very close to the incident the lack of emotion or general talk of the fire still remains very hard to see unless it is posted with the Just Giving donations campaign page.

Six weeks after the reported blaze is said to of taken the lives of five of her children we are yet to hear any word from the mother who is said to be “devastated” in her home, also reported to be in the near-by village of Builth Wells, where she moved after leaving the alleged father who also died in the fire after she suffered a stroke in 2012 before the children where placed in separate care homes and custody battle that lasted years was fought between the parents.

After weeks of not making a statement,  Senior Investigating Officer, Dyfed-Powys Police Detective Chief Inspector, Martin Slevin, spoke at the press conference today.

He said that the investigation was still very much “ongoing” and they are continuing to investigate the cause of the fire.

Mr Slevin added: “We are determined to do all we can to understand what happened and how these individuals came to lose their lives.

“The assistance provided by a team of officers from South Wales Police and Gwent Police has been invaluable as they have provided their specialist knowledge and skills in recovering the remains.

“The family have asked me to re-emphasise that they wish to be left alone to grieve at this very difficult time. They are extremely grateful for the continuing support shown to them by the local and wider community.

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