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IN MEMORIAM.

■■M-eFAIiLANE:—In-Moving, memory.' of my dear brother-in-law, Lewis Gordon McFarlarie, who was killed in action somewhere in France, Slay 11, 1918. Gone, but not forgotten, Nor will "you ever be; For I often look at your photo, And.sadly think of thee. . —Inserted by his loving sister-in-law; Aggie B. 1/ochhead. McFARX/ANE.—In sad and loving memory of my clear husband,, Private Lewis. Gordon MeFatiane, 30th Reinforcements, killed in action somewhere in France' .May 11, 1918. Days of sadness oft come o'er me, Hidden secret tears still flow; But memory keeps my loved one near .. .'.' line, . ■;.;' .... '•■'•' Though, he died a year ago.. I who loved him, sadly miss 'him, As -it; dawns another year; In xtie lonely hours of thinking, Thouglits of him are ever dear. May the heawnly winds blow gently, O'er that quiet and hallowed spot. -Though the sea divides your grave from me, You will never be forgot. . —Inserted •by 3iia eon-owing wife ' and eon, Janet G. •McFarlane, : Bucoleuch, Mt. Somers.

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IN MEMORIAM., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9606, 10 May 1919

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IN MEMORIAM. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9606, 10 May 1919

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