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CUTHBERT.—In loving memory of our darling Norman, who died on April 12th. 3908. <;— j;) This lovely bud. so young and fair, Called hence by early doom: Just come to show how sweet a flower In Paradise could bloomHe was too pure for this cold earth, (Too beautiful to stay. . . Anu~SD the angels bore our darling Norman away. Inserted by his loving grandmother. CUTHBERT.—In sad but loving memory of our darling Normen, who died April 12th. 190 S. from the effects of a fall; age 4 years, 5 months. Hard -was the blow, the shock severe. To part with one we love *o dear; God willed it so, and thought it best To take him to His home of rest. I think I see his loving face, although one year has passed; But in memory still he lives; and will unto the last. Inserted by his parents and sister. PEACHEY.-In loving memory of William Kento Peachey. who departed this life on April 11th, 1902. Inserted by his loving wife and family. STILSON.—In loving memory of my dear daughter. Louisa Maud Wilson, who departed this life on April 12th, 1898. I often sit and think of her " When lam all alone: : For memory is the only friend ' That grief can call its own. ! The midnight stars are gleaming I Upon a silent grave: Sleeping, without dreaming. Lies the one we could not save. Inserted by her loving parents and brothers, J. and C. Wilson. -

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IN MEMORIAM., Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 86, 12 April 1909

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IN MEMORIAM. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 86, 12 April 1909

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