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IN MEMORIAM

ANDERSON—Treasured memories of my dearly loved husband Alexander (Alex), who passed away August 10, 1944. A wonderful husband, only lent, One of the best God ever sent: Se^ i h e Jsb a an h d ea t r nls°Vo°ri d d cou,d hold. In memory's keeping, treasured ever. Are the hippy years we spent together. Inserted by his loving wife and family. ELVY—Cherished memories of dear dad. who son-in-law Peg and Ken. HEASLIP.-In loving memory of dear dad and grandad, who passed away August 10, 1942. Also who have Dora, son-in-law Frank, and grandchildren. HEASLIP,-In loving memory ° f ln ou s 94 d | ar al f s * th o e u r ; who was called home August 10, 1942, also our *?„' r r th hear?f memory ' lingers. Go Y d et wft TS, n T^f c ß^ CheS - Eo^3-S d KS5^e Often a silent tear; Always beautiful memories, an lnsert|d £ &&£& w\fe*oW. H— M JACTBOT. d RIU.-Oni'dear wife and mother, who Barbara. Eleanor. Peter. always by Joan. McGUIRE.-In loving memory of my dear mother, who passed away August 10. J^ 4 - Inserted by her loving son Travers. m*™*^^. Love lives for ever. Inserted by Ruby and Jean. PARU.-Treasured memories of Joseph Panj. y Who passed away August 10. 19«. Jloving wife, family and parents. PUGH.-In loving memory Of Cis. who passed a^th A o^" S a t she fell asleep Leaving precious ™™ r J%Jg a £i Percy. Inserted by her loUng huso August 10, IM4 - God's greatest gift, lJ? S "£i %£%» M™. WalTyf Soyce. Pat. rSsfcr^-E^sr dear raother ' P o^^ a Time brings much that is ne . aHer> son-in-law Glady and Doug.

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IN MEMORIAM, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 188, 10 August 1945

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IN MEMORIAM Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 188, 10 August 1945

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