The only thing that you can do is write to the address on the land registry title which could well be the address of the property. Someone may be picking the mail up.
You rewriting to the executors of the estate of the late xxx.
there really is no magic way of finding out who is dealing with the estate, executors, solicitors or whoever.
You can get a copy of the will and the grant of probate from the Probate Registry if it has been admitted to probate.
That will tell you the executors are which will narrow down your search.
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