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FERGUSON.—In loVlng memory of dear dad and grandpa, who died August 15, 1943. Loved and remembered the same to-day. As in the hour you passed away. Inserted by Walter, Rae and family. GRIMSHAW.—In lftving memory of our dear mother and grandmother, who passed away August 15. 1943. . As the years roll by, we shall never forget. Inserted by Dallas. Ada and family. HAMPTON.—In loving memory of my husband, who passed away on August 15, 1944. Gcd calls our loved ones, . o But takes not all that He has Biven, They live on earth in thought and deed. As well as in His heaven. Inserted by his loving wife Ray. KERR.—In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away August 10, 1943. Not to-day, but every day. We remember. Inserted by her loving da^M^°" ri nc §'.Sd" . In-law Ernest, sons James. William and Harold, also her loving grandchildren and great-grand-children, they all loved her.. KERR.—In loving memory ofmy de a rs Isterwho passed away August 15.1843 SO fondly lovea, .and so sadly missed by her loving sister Kate. MACK.—In loving memory of our dear husband and father Alexander, who passed away at New Plymouth. August 15. 1940. Inserted by hfs loving wife, and daughters Maud and Winifrede. McCONNELI.. —In loving memory of °" r dtar mother, who passed away August 15, 1938. Tno dearlv loved to be forgotten. Inserted by her loving daughter Amy. and son-in-law Don. McCONNELL.—In loving me ?"L t °( 5 T039 grannie, who passed away August 15, 193 J. For ever in our thoughts. Inserted by her loving grandchildren Don and June. NICHOLSON.—In loving memory ot my dear husband John, who passed August 15, In memory a constant thought, In heart a silent sorrow. Inserted by his .loving wife. . NICHOLSON.—In loving n*®™ o ** ° f ,933 • father, who passed away August 15, 1938. For ever in our thQUßhts. Inserted by his loving son and daugnter law Charles and Mavis. NICHOLSON.—In loving memory of our dea who passed away August 15. 1938. Inserted by E hlV loving"daughter and son-in-law Ivy and Elga. SHELLAM.—In loving memory °' °^ r pegce-brothcr-in-law and uncle Harry, passea P™ irSrj away August 15, 1944 - God saw that he was The hill too steep to climo, So He gently closed his ey ,fi tl L ine „ And whispered, Peace he thine. Inserted by Aggie, Joe and family. SHELL AM.—ln loving memoryof our fa father-in-law, who passed away on au k A thought for to-day, a m °K er-°in-law*' Inserted by his son and daughter in 'a SHELLAM.—In loving memory of rcD J^ bered passed away August 14, 1944. by Dolly. Walter and Farris lamiij. TOMLINSON.—In u !° vin^ hv ni| m °who °passed away sister and daughter Phyllis, wno August 15, 1940. God saw that she was weary. The hill too steep to climb. So He gently closed her eyelid And Whispered. P® ac f !i t] ?® r and brothers Inserted by her IoUnS in-law Daphne. Luke and Raymond, and sister in VALENTINE.—In loving memory loved wife of James Y a ' e "'" street RedcllfTe, on August 15. 1944, at Sutton Street, n Queensland. WITHERS.—In loving memory of mother, wo passed away August 15, l#™- me to-day. Loved and remembered the same to As in the hour you passed away. Lily, Norman and Dick. _„f h( .r who WITHERS.—In loving memory of / passed away August 15, ««• . So |^ete ß sf "Lt^hJ 5 pain: Free from all earthly troubles. Waiting till we meet £>olly. Sadie and Arthur, Joan an mother, WITHERS.—In loving memory ,942 who passed away August.lß, * day Not just to-day. but every In silence I remember. Sid.

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IN MEMORIAM, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 192, 15 August 1945

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IN MEMORIAM Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 192, 15 August 1945

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