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IN MEMORIAM.

—In loving of Gsiarl©s Henry Butler, who di>rl April 19th. IWS: also Mary Maria Butler, died May 13th. 190 S. '•At Rest." Inserted by her sister, Mrs. Parrln, and family. £LLIS.—In lovins memory of our dear Georgie. who departed this life April 10th. 1-JO4. Though lost to stent, to memory ever dear. Inserted by her sister (A. Bond). KING.—In loving memory of Florence Katherene, who departed this life on I9th April, 190S (Easter Sunday), at Grey Lynn. Safely in God's keeping w e leave our loved one. Wherefore should we weep? Not ours—the dead are His, And God's beioved -sleep In heaven's gate of bliss. Inserted' by her moffier," sister, and brother. iKING.—In loving memory of Florence King, who departed this life on 19th April, 1908. Gentle in mind, patient in pain. Our dear cousin left us, heaven to gain; With actions so noble, generous, and kind. Fetv in this world her equal could Had. iKot gone from memory, not gone from love. ißut gone to her Father's home above. Inserted by her loving cousins (V. Cottingham and W r . Bowman). EAT.—In loving remembrance of Margaret Ray, who died on April 19th, 1900. I fain would have kept her, and shrank from the stroke, But link after link the chain it was broke, In anguish, we watched her last lingering breath. Till she lay like an angel so peaceful in death. Dot by day we miss dear mother/ Words would fail our loss to tell. But in heaven we hope to meet her, Happy there with Clirist to dwell. "Gone tfnt not-forgotten." Inserted by her loving husband and daughters, and grandchildren, Otahuhu.

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IN MEMORIAM. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 92, 19 April 1909

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