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IN MEMORIAM, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 171, 21 July 1945
ANDERSON.—To-day brings memories of my dear friend Bob, killed El Alamein, July 22, 1942. Joyce. BROWN.—In loving memory ol Corporal I N Brown, killed in action, Italy, 1944. Inserted by. his loving sister and brother-in-law. Eunice, Fred and family. BROWNHILL.—In loving memory of my beloved husband (Vic), died of wounds July 21, 1942. on active service in Egypt. He had a nature you couldn't help loving, A heart that was purer than gold" To all who knew and loved him. His memory will never grow old. BROWNHILL.—In loving memory of Vic, died July 21. 1942. With tender love and deep regret, We who loved you will never forget. Always remembered by Jean and Tommy. CLARKE.—In loving memory of my dear son Kevin, killed on July 22, 1942.
Remembered always, Inserted by his loving dad. CLARKE.—In loving memory of our dear brother and uncle. Kevin Arthur, killed on July 22, 1942. Thoughts return to days long past, Time rolls I>n, but memories last. Ever remembered by Lilly, BUI and family. CLARKE.—In loving memory of our dear brother and uncle. Kevin, died of wounds, July 22, 1942. Forever in our thoughts. Ever remembered by Maude. Arthur. Lois, Ronald. CLARKE.—In memory ol our dear brother and uncle Kev. died of wound.' July 22, 1942. His duty nobly clone. Ever remembered by Ray, Thelma, Barbara, Shirley and od (overseas). DONOVAN.—In loving memory of Dennis Brian, who was killed In action July 22, 1942-. Always remembered by his loving parents ana family. EDWARDS (Gunner).—Loving memories of dear Percy, killed in action. Enfldarille. July 21, 1943. He answered duty's call. Inserted by mum and dad. EDWARDS, Gunner Percy Charles.—Died of wounds. Egypt, July 21, 1943. Memories aie treasures no one can steal. Death leaves a wound that no one can heal; Life is eternal, love will remain. Hoping in God's own time we will meet again. Inserted by his loving sister Lil. brother-in-law Whare, nieces Kn'ia, Agnes, Ann. and nephews Whare and David. EDWARDS. Percy.—ln lc\.ne memory oi our We longed lor Mβ ScTj reaming, And the clasp, of his loving hand: But God has postponed uiat meeting. It will be in a better -land.
Missed by Art, Myrt, Frank and Eric. GRACIE.—In loving memory ot our youngest son Clyde (Spid), who died of wounds El Alamein, July 22. 1942. Ever remembered. Mum and dad. GRACIE.—In loving memory of our brother Spid, who died of wounds July 22. 1942. Always remembered. Bunny (overseas), and Betty. GRACIE.—In memory of Robert Clyde (Spid). died of wounds. El Alamein. July 22, 1942. Stan. GBEEN.—In memory o: my dear friend Morrie, killed El Alamein July 22, 19J2. Loved always. Joyce. JAMES. —In fond and loving memory of our dear eldest son, Eric, killed in action Egypt, July 21, 1942; buried El Alamein. Till memory fades and life departs. You will forever live in our hsarts. Inserted by his loving mother and father. JAMES.—in loving memory pf my husband, Private Eric lames killed in action," Egj-pt,,.*July--21, 1942. Ever remembered by Bet. JAMES.—In loving memory ot our dear brother and uncle, Eric, killed In action Egypt, July 21, 1942. fond memories will never fade. Janet, and Ken. JAMES.—In loving memory of Private Eric James, killed in action. Egypt, July 21, 1942. Ever remembered. Inserted by the lmms lamily. JAMES.—In loving memory ol Eric, Killed In action July 21, 1942. Art. Allsa and children. JOHNSTON.—In loving memory, ot our dear Bob (Robert Harvey), reported killed in action -t El Alamein, July 22, 1942. Sadly missed by mother, father, Muriel and Keith (overseas). UIURENSON.— In' loving memory oX Lieutenant lan Goss Laurenson. who died of wounds at El Alamein, July 22, 1642. dearly loved younger son' of Mr. and the late Mrs. Morgan Laurenaon, Takapuna, only brother ol Captain Douglas Laurensen (Cairo;, and Theodora, and loving uncle of Naomi and Unity (Takapuna). ILOVDD, Gunner Lionel—ln proud and loving memory of our dear Lionel, who gave his Hlc at El Alamein. July 22. 1942. To live in the hearts of those you love. Is not to die; You paved the way to victory. We are left sorrowing, But in our hearts you live on gloriously.
Inserted by his loving sisters. McLEAN.—In proud remcmbrsaice ol my youngest son Flying-Officer Lamont Weir McLean, reported missing on ai roperations somewhere over there. July 21. 1944. Inserted by his dad. McLEAN, Flying-Officer Lamorit Weir.—ln proud and loving memory of my darling youngest brother, missing en operations over Germuny. July 21. Also a tribute to his crew who paid the supreme sacrifice Ever remembered by Ann and Jim. MORRISON —Flight-Sgt. Navigator (R.A.A.F) William Hugh, killed in action July 21.. 1943; also Flight-ogt. Navigator (R.N.Z.A.F.) Keith Williamson, died of wounds, dearly loved eldest, and youngest sons ol Margaret and Hugh Morrison, Clarence Ctreet, Hamilton. NEWTON.—In loving memory of F.F.C. Carl, 3rd Mariies, killed in action Guam, July 21, 1944. Ever rememoerea by Ellen and family. NIELS3N. Corporal—ln loving memory of Niels. U.S.f/I.C, killed in action on Guam, July 21, 1944 No one he loved was by his side, To hear nis last iaint sigh; ■ Or whisper just one .oving word Before he closed his eyes . Time may taKe the edge off grief, Bm memory turns back every lea*; To have him in the same ola way Would be my dearest wish to-day. Always in my heart, Pat. NIELSEN, Corporal.-In loving memory ol.Niels, U.S.M.C. killed in action on Guam, July 41, mi ' if we had the world to give, We'd give it yes and more, Just to see his beloved face E vei ° L p S r!; N a-t7 I Ger l aTd mg kn^ a rn in y "S^ JUly some l9 may think we have forgotten. When at times they see us anile, inserted by mum, dad and Lyall. "SKSi te»°« fn a act b ion th | r i Ala nVstVda 4 y 2 : but every day, Tn silence we remember. Inserted by Jean, Eddie and Brian. OI.SEN.-In loving memory of Gerald Victor, killed 5.W?& S&A sorrow of Remembrance. Inserted by Oscar, Dolly. Graham. OLSEN.-In loving memory of our dear brother Gerald, killed In action, J "^ rri , '<.„„ tell fs ea t r h e e r b^otherTe 3, 1 ITznTtie™* well; July 22. 1942 mankind. inserted and Nancy Porter P Se K d^« d ect a SIOT SJuK PORTER.-In loving memory of Hec. killed In action JU,y J2i£ 5 2 a rem S bere^ Ison " our mate Hec. k "-w n e «afes^W^ Sd Harry" Inserted by his pal? Ray parKe In so U de h 2 r?y rtS loJe°f —' Inserted by his loving motne EoSoN-In loving remembrance of Sergeant He. with h'\ comrades paved tn For those who later «on. i" Cherished m em Audrey, and Inserted by his loving sister brn , rrr-In-!'w Harry.
IN MEMORIAM, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 171, 21 July 1945
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