GBEENWOOD—In loving memory of my dear father Ephraim Greenwood, who lost Ids lifo at Bea on the lGth September, 1919. 6trn»et and evening star and one clear call for me. . . And may there be no moaning of tho bar when I pnt out to sea, Bat wch a tide as moving seems asleep Too foil for eound and foam, * •When that which drew from out the boundless deep, Toms agam Home.
Twflfoht Mid evening bell, and after that, tho daVh, ... 11 And may there be so sadness of farewell When I embark, Fw though from out otrr Bourne of tunc and plaeA , The flood may bear me for, % I hop* Iseee my Pilot face to iaoe When I have, crossed the Bar. —imertod bv hi» loving eon, Reg. H*LI.SDO!f— In-loving, memory of our dear mother, Elizabeth Annie, -who passed away on September 16th, 1919. . .-Inserted by her loving son, George, ana dunjhter-in-law, Roaa, and family. HAI?NA-In loving memory of William John Hanna, who passed away at Leithfield, September 16th. 1916. To memory ever dear. -Inserted by bis loving wife. HAMPTON—In loving memory of Dudley • Hampton, who departed this lifo September IJth, 1919. Gone, but not forgotten. -Imerted by E.C. - *'-
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IN MEMORIAM., Press, Volume LVI, Issue 16941, 16 September 1920
IN MEMORIAM. Press, Volume LVI, Issue 16941, 16 September 1920
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