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IN MEMORIAM

MaHv a '7 ,vi IoV I: memory of my dear brother Maris an, who passed away on August 5, 1944 5 „,,„ Peace, perfect peace. in-law Trtl h ' S brother Mark and sister- ! JA \vho C nkT««rf '° vlns . memory of Uncle Mariyan, S-S l r J '», August 5. 1944. R.I.P. sadly missed by Leo, Nadja and Ethel. JE h?i^h^n S rt' To J n —Moving memories of our loved usband and daddy, who died August 4 1943 Sadly missed by his wife Flo. and children. . ; DaS"riT^l n a l0vil ; g memory of Annie, who ; passed away August 4. 1942. A tender link of memory, rri s b l? ush c t to me to-day; wWi of I ? y dear wife Annie, r Will never fade away. (Bert) by her loving llusband A - E - Leggatt M^ IR „^r In lov j ng me mory of Mary, my beloved ! *i° passed away August 4. 1944. A loving wife, loyal, faithful and true. Sadly T . . . missed. Inserted by her husband. loving memory of our dear mother 1944 grandm other, who passed away August 4, Your memory is our dearest treasure, t » 01 i r hearts you will live for ever. rf.jnJhi • loving son Alfred, and Mo"fy Ind n Davld. beth ' and ® randchildre » M eSSn?P' — '£ reasured memories ol my darling ?' 110 passed away August 4, 1944. J ny memor y. dear to my heart, ° v t for y° u - darling gran, will never depart; wmi i years » ke they many or few. Will always be years of longing for you. bo sadly missed and longed for always by her loving granddaughter Molly. McGUIRE.—In loving memory of our grandmother 1944 great " grandmother . who left us August 4, Sadly missed. •_inserted by her grandchildren Joyce and Mitch, and great-grandchildren. McGUIRE.—In loving memory of our dearest mother, who passed away August 4, 1944, Away in the beautiful somewhere. Sheltered from sorlow and pain; When life's journey is ended. Some day we will meet again. Remembered always by her loving son, daughter, son-in-law, Trevor, Gwen and Tom. McGUIRE.—In loving memory of our sister and Aunt Mary, died August 4. 1944. Just a memory, fond and true. To show, dear Mary, we think ol you. Inserted by Agnes. Jack and family. McLAREN.—In loving memory of our dear husband 1934 * a^er Andrew, who passed away August 5. To memorj ever dear. Inserted by his loving wife and family. NORTON.—In loving memory of our dear dad and grandad, who passed away August 4, 1937. Sadly missed, but never forgotten. Ralph and family. NORTON.—In loving memory of dad. who departed' thi° life on August 4. 1937. Ever remembered by Niel, Phil and children. REARDON.—Of your charily pray for the repose of the soul of Michael Dennis, loved husband and father of Lilly, Marie and Joseph, died August 5, 1944. R.I.P. RENDLE. —In loving memory ot our dearest husband and dad, who fell asleep August 4. 1943. No day goes by without some loving thought, A lovinc memory of the joy you brought; He never leaves us though he has passed. Far too many memories hold him fast. Sadly missed by his loving wife and son Ernie. RENDLE.—In loving memory ot my dear dad. who passed away August 4. 1943. Deep in our hearts a memory i&kept. Of dear dad we loved and will never lorget. Inserted by his loving daughter and son-in-law Eva and Frank, grandchildren Colin, Betty. Nccline, Pam> and wee Robert. RENDLE.—In loving memory of our dad. who passed away two years to-day. Deep in our hearts a memory is kept. Of our dad. whom we loved and shall never forget. Ever remembered by his daughter and son-in-law Glady and Dick, grandchildren Joyce, Maureen, Val. SALT.—In loving memory of our dear wife and mother, who fell asleep August 4, 1942. She never failed to do her best. Her heart was true and tender; She patiently toiled for those she loved, - And left us to remember. Inserted by Joe ahd Arthur. SHARP. —In loving . memory of William, who passed away August 4. 1925. Till we meet again. Inserted by his loving wife and daughter Mavis. SHARP.—In loving memory of our dear dad. who passed away August 4, 1925. We -have only your beautiful memory To last us our whole life through. But your dearness will always linger. For wc treasure that memory of you. Inserted by his daughters Melva, Edie, Sylvia. SNOWDEN.—In loving memory of our dear brother Aubrey (Jock), who passed away August 5. 1941. Till we meet again. Inserted by his loving sister Gertie. * TAGGART.—A tribute to the memory of our beloved wife and mother, who passed to her heavenly home August 4, 1938. VIDLER.—In loving memory of our darling -nephew Bobbie, who fell asleep 5, 1941. Often a visit In silcnce is paid. To place a flower where you are laid. 1 Inserted by Auntie* Annie and Uncle Waley. VIDLER.—In loving memory of our dear nephew Bobbie, who passed away on August 5, 1941. Too dearly loved ever to be forgotten. Remembered always by Auntie Addie, Uncle Bert and Lorraine. YVASON. —William, dearly loved husband of Alice, passed August 4, 1940.

God's greatest gift, remembrance. WIDGER. —In loving memory of my dear brother Montague William, who passed away August 4, 1943. Loved and remembered the same to-day, As in the hour you passed away. - Inserted by his loving sister and brother-in-law Edith and Lewis and family. WOODS.—In loving memory of our dear husband and father, passed away August 4, 1941. Just a memory fond and true. Inserted by his wife, son Bill, daughter Alma

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IN MEMORIAM, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 183, 4 August 1945

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IN MEMORIAM Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 183, 4 August 1945

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