CHATMAN. —In memory ol toward killprt 355? and AH. 5 ' JUly 29 ' & HAV.—Flying-Officer Richard John. DF C fclllorl on air operations July 27, 1944 ' ' " * w " eu His job nobly done Inserted by Campbell, Cisborne. D^So?', S ?tai^ I ?uly OV 28 B m "- mory otJim ' *'"<* «»
Always remembered and uncle, and cousins Peter and HIGGINSON. —In lovtas memory of Jim killed in action, Italy, July 28. Auntie Edie KIRKLAND. —In loving memory of Captain J H (Jim), died of wounds July 29, 1944 Alwavs remembered by Alex a.nd family. always LUND.—Loving thoughts of Pilot-Officer C P Lund, died in Germany, July 29 1942 Wonderful memories, are all that is'left Of a son and brother, the very best. Mum, dad and family. SMITH, Cedric Francis (R.N.Z.N.).—In memory ™ J? e(Jric ' kll!ed by flying bomb, July 29, 1944. Ever remembered by Dora and David. TUCKER, Ernest Edward Frederick.—Killed in action, July 29, 1944. They died that we may live in pe-,ce Let their sacrifice not be in vain Sadly missed by Zena, Patricia and Robyn. TUCKER. —A tribute to the memory of our brother-in-law Ernie, who paid the price in Italy, July 29, 1944. Always in our thoughts, and sadly missed. Inserted by Una and Howard Rich. TUCKER. —In loving remembrance' of our dear son-in-law Ernest Edward Frederick (Ernie) killed in Italy July 29, 1944. In our hearts and thoughts for ever. Inserted by E. W. Hay. TUCKER. —In proud and loving memory of our dear brother-in-law Ernie, who paid the supreme sacrifice in Italy, July 29, 1944. Inserted by Fred and Jessie Dalley. TUCKER, E. E. F. (Ted).—ln fond remembrance of our loved nephew and cousin, killed in action Florence, Italy, July 2P. 1944. Inserted by Aunt Gladys, Uncle Han j and cousins, Water Street, Otahuhu. TUCKER. —In loving memo"' of our brother and brother-in-law Ernes: ~';d, killed in action July 29. 1944.
A thought for to-day, A memory for ever. Inserted by Oily and Rona. TUCKER.—Ernest Edward Frederick, killed in action, July 29, 1944. Ever remembered by Jean and Snow. TUCKER, E.—ln loving memory of Ernest, killed in action July 29, 1944. Ever remembered by Norman and Veda Matthews. WILLIAMSON. —In loving memory of our dear son Alen Campbell (Sergeant-Pilot, R.N.Z.A.F.), died and buried at Koln, near Rendsburg, Germany, July 29, 1942. Somewhere the sun is shining. On a grave so far away, Where they laid our dear son Alen, Three years ago to-day. Inserted by his loving mum and dad. WILLIAMSON. —In loving memory of my pal Scotty, killed in operations over Germany, July 29, 1942. Inserted by Lomond.
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IN MEMORIAM, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 177, 28 July 1945
IN MEMORIAM Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 177, 28 July 1945
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