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IN MEMORIAM

ABRAHAM.—In loving memory of our dear - brother William Herbert, who passed away July / We often sit and think of you, And all the things you used to do: And wonder why ycu had to die. Without 8 chance to say good-bye. Inserted by his loving brother and sister-in-law, Harry. Flo. and family. ifttAUN—ln loving memory ol Benjamin, who passed away July 31, 1943. He is gone, but not forgotten. Never shall his memory fade; Sweetest thoughts shall ever linger. Round the grave where he is laid. Ever remembered by his loving wife, family and grandchildren. BROWN—In loving memory 01 pur beloved husband and father, called to a higher service July 31. 1942. Inserted by his loving wife, son Allan Brown (Flying-Officer), and daughter-in-law Elsie (overseas). DA VIES—In loving memory of our dear wife and mother Annie Adelaide, who passed away July 31. 1941. Ever remembered by dad. Norma and Jack. DAY.-In fondest memory of dear Nina, who passed away at Opotiki. June 23. 1944. Not forgotten.

Auntie. DEARSLY—Treasured memories of my brother-in-law Hughie; also sister Annie. The call was sudden, the shock severe, We little thought the end was near. Always remembered. Lucy. FRYER—In loving memory of our loving son Ivor, July 31, 1939. „. God has taken you from us After all these years, To rest in peace, Where there are no tears. Though silent your voice, And vacant your chair, You have left a memory We will cherish for'er. *> FRYER-In loving memory of Ivor, accidentally killed July 31. 1939'. A. .heart as true as ever beat, .-- Has passed away from earth, -. His memory dwells within the hearts. Of those who knew his worth. Ever remembered by Gene. FRYER—In loving memory of Ivor, who passed away July 31, 1939. „„,ih„„ face When we last saw your smiling lace, Little could we tell; That you would go so suddenly. Without a last farewell. Inserted by E. and H. Reddington. ■ JO>-ES-In loving memory of our dear mother k Ve°p"lnln?e f rt°ed e b? and granddaughter Dawn. McDONALD-In loving o^ mO -7 eat !g ra Sarnotner, mother, grandmother and f e^le^mbeve<i by .ne?lon a peYerf GmndsonfvicTHarold. and greatgrandchildren. ' d „ r Mcdonald—in loving m»iw. or mother and grandmother, who July 31. 1939. , .-j Sadly "gJSSSI'knd grandchildren Inserted by her son Peter and gran Irene, Bill and Charlie (overseas). darllng MlLTON—Treasured memories ol £ Jife James Stewart (Mickey). napps ended suddenly July 31, !»»• ._,„„» and dear, God gave us a little lad, so «« eta "° re To cherish and love with a ll our ca But one day in love Hecalieu mm r To be a wee angel 'fere. b mummy. Loved and longed for always daddy, Diane and Joan. JO ,n„~ son KOTMAN-In fond memory of my darling son Desmond, who passed away July f}-^° a I do not forget him. nor do I gweno. I think of him often, and shall "« Inserted by his loving father JacK. NOTMAN.—Treasured memories oi biltbiaJt Dessie, who fell asleep on his ioun. July 31, 1944. - ■' „ v „. Life, • When Jesus in His fewk ol $», Wrote down wee Dessiej He whispered as He turned the pa* Too beautiful for earth. Inserted by Nannie Notman. . wJw NOTMAN—In loving memory of little wes. passed away July 31, IB **- ~, ne ver forget. Hearts that love you '"'Xand Ada. Inserted by Mrs. Barlow, Ruth ana

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IN MEMORIAM, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 179, 31 July 1945

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IN MEMORIAM Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 179, 31 July 1945

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