John Kiff died in Littlehampton on the South Coast of England in September 2008 leaving an estimated one hundred and fifty thousand pounds estate. Before moving to Sussex, John had lived in London where there appeared to be records of him also under the name of John Smith. Given that this is one of the most common names in Britain the heir hunters have got their work well and truly cut out for them as their research could easily see them barking up the wrong family tree. Company partner Neil Fraser decides to leave nothing to chance, and throws all his resources at solving the mystery; it appears to pay off. But solving a case of John Smith before 9am - surely that's too good to be true?
Meanwhile Celtic Research have been looking into the case of Ivy Sherry who died in April 2009 from a stroke. She spent the last few years of her life in Middlewich, at an NHS Supportive Housing Network, as she had lived for many years with a range of learning difficulties. Given that she had died without leaving a will, the heir hunters set to work trying to track down any living blood relatives.