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IN MEMORIAM

&f rTp moth "- l"n S c h rt e U d Bh b/ or h„ tO -? ai ;' a memor >' lor ever, rnn™ oving dau Shtcr Marv. asleep S Jmy n 22° V !Sf4. memory 0t Brandma ' lell t«»„. j ~ Sadly missed. d.Sr ed o&ee A „? rme ' Le "' and C °fth?r°'~ ln memor y of o»r dear husband and Thinking of you 10-day dear. In heaven, at home with God: Serenely resting in perfect peace. In the shelter of His love. D tel¥ S vritl B \% ounc ?Z-~ ln lovln « memory of our 23. 1944 mother Annie, called home July to?"? ifi ve , r llfe and memories last. Inwrffrt V u ove , and "member thee. Murray! B husband, Gwenda and "IK™?. i° vlng . mem »y of our dear sister sadiv mi...*"",.- w £° passed awa » Ju 'y 2 3. 1944 - and y nephew d by her slsters - Mothers, »'«es F rt?» < JH,? o> f-7"' r! ' easured memories of Isa. our dearest sister, who died July 23, 1942. w„ P „.m °," r hearts her memory is kept, ln«rV.J 1 h2 y l "member when others forget, inserted by her loving sisters and brothers. (MavV~£U OVlng J memory of our dear mother IMayj who passed away July 23, 1943 Time changes many things, But loving memory ever clings. Joyce a lnd re ß^n bered ">' &W lOVInB fam " y NOfi1 ' H h?„^ A iP E ?' Ernest.—ln loving memory of our dear husband and father, who died July 23, 1944. Always loving, gentle and kind, ** w '? this world his equal to find. Thelma loving wife, and daughter HARRADENCE Ernest.-In loving memory of dear dad, who died July 23, 1944. A loving smile, a heart of gold, rne dearest father this world could hold. Sadly missed by his loving daughter Roma, son-in-law Ronald, and grandchild Patricia. JETSON.—In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away July 23, 1944. A loving smile, a heart cf gold. The dearest mother this world could hold. Inserted by her family. JEPSON.—In loving remembrance of dear Mrs. Jepson who passed away July 23, 1944. Inserted by Katie. MILDON —In ever loving memory of my dear wife, who passed away Julv 22, 1944. Life is weary without you. dear. Sadly grieved by her husband Harry. MICHIE.—In loving memory of our dear father, who passed away on July 22, 1940. Ever remembered by Phil and Frank. MONTGOMERY.—A token of remembrance for our beloved uncle, who passed away July 22, 1943. Always remembered by his nieces Jean and Helene Bett. PHILLIPS.—In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away July 22, 1938. Loved and remembered the same to-day As in the hour you passed away. Inserted by Ben, Nell and George. RUTI.EDGE.—In loving memory of our dear wife and mother, who passed away July 23, 1935. Ever remembered by her loving husband, sons, daughter and son-in-law. SIMPSON.—In loving memory of our dear mother and grandma, who departed this life on July 23, 1944. Her life a beautiful memory, Her parting a silent grief; She is asleep in God- beautiful garden. In sunshine of perfect peace. Inserted by her loving daughter and son-in-law Kate and Tweed, and grandchildren k Andrew, Kathleen, Myrtle, Peter, Gladys and Reg. STEVENSON.—In loving memory of my dear daughter and sister Lucy, who passed away July 23, 1932. Memories are treasures no one can steal, Death leaves a wound no one can heal; Life is eternal, love will remain. In God's own time we will meet again. Inserted by by her loving mother, sister Rita .and two sons Douglas and Bernard (overseas). THOMAS, Jean McFarlane.—ln loving memory of our daughter Jean, who passed away July 23, 1940. ; So dearly loved, so sadly missed. Mum, dad and Lin. THOMAS, Jean McFarlane.—ln loving memory of my sister "Our Jean," who passed away July 23. 1940. ~l ou're always in my heart, Jean. Mona, John and Morris. THOMAS, Jean McFarlane.—Treasured memories of my sister Jean, who passed away July 23. 1940. For ever In our thoughts. Laurie and Bert. THOMAS.—Treasured memories of dear Jean, who passed away July 23, 1940. For ever in our thoughts. Always remembered by Hilda and Leicester. THOMAS. —Treasured memories of dear Jean, who passed away July 23, 1940. We who loved you, Will never forget you, Jean. Remembered always, twins and June. THOMSON, Sarah Ann.—ln loving memory of my dear mother and grannie, who departed this life July 22. 1938. In the garden of our dreams. We see her every day. , . Inserted by her loving daughter Addle, Arch, and grandchildren Bill and Gerald. TIMMINS.—In loving memory of Private Cecil Harold Timmlns, who passed away on July 23, 1843. A thought for to-day, a memory for #ver. Inserted by his lather, Lex and Jack. WEBB. —In loving memory of our dear dad, who died July 22, 1944. Always remembered. Al and Tom. WILSON. —In loving memory of Allen John, died In Egypt July 23, 1943. Ever remembered. Inserted by father, mother, Roy and Aunt Ann. <

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IN MEMORIAM, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 172, 23 July 1945

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IN MEMORIAM Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 172, 23 July 1945

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