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WALTER LAFFOLEY LANE
Printed January 19, 2017
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Geoff Scott
MR GEOFF SCOTT, of Church Lane, Tickhill, Doncaster, was born in South Clifton on February 21, 1934. When he was a few months old his family moved to Highfield Farmhouse in the village and he lived there, farming with his father and three brothers. In 1967 he gained the tenancy of Langold Farm, Letwell, South Yorkshire, a 250-acre farm that had been badly neglected for many years. The farmhouse was derelict but the priority was to put the land right first. Mr Scott moved there with his wife, Anne, and first son, John, who was threemonths- old. A second son, Tim, was born in 1969. After moving to the Worksop area Mr Scott became involved with the farming fraternity and the local NFU. He was chairman of the local branch in 1970-71 and 1980-81, and continued to be an active member, serving on the legal committee and the agricultural dwellings advisory committee until 1998. It was then that he retired and joined the Nottinghamshire Air Ambulance Countryside Appeal. He was chairman from 2001 until his death, having helped to raise more than £430,000 in that time. Throughout his youth Mr Scott was a keen sportsman, playing cricket for Collingham for many years, badminton at Collingham, and rugby for Soutwell until the age of 32. After moving to Langold he played cricket for Retford for several years and was involved at Dinnington Rugby Club as a supporter and life member. More than 30 years ago he acquired debenture seats for Leicester Tigers with three friends to follow the career of Dusty Hare, which they held until three years ago, when the long journey and frequency of evening matches through the winter became too much for "the last of the summer wine." Throughout his farming life Mr Scott supported country sports including the local hunts. He was involved in game shooting at Langold Farm, running the shoot himself for 20 years. In his latter years shooting was his main interest and pleasure. With 75 acres of woodland, he turned his farm into a true conservation area for all forms of wildlife. He retired to Tickhill two years ago but still visited the farm regularly, especially with the shoot. He loved life in Tickhill and made himself very much at home there. He was always proud and supportive of his two sons, who have both made very successful careers for themselves outside farming. Mr Scott was also very proud of his two grandchildren in the USA, Alex and Michael, visiting them whenever possible. He died after a short illness on May 28. His funeral at St Mary's Church, Tickhill, on June 11, was attended by more than 300 mourners and was followed by refreshments at The Olde Bell, Barnby Moor. It was there that the Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire Air Ambulance paid him the tribute of a fly past and a final bow. It was a tribute to his generosity in life that the collections for his two charities and the church after his funeral amounted to more than £3,000. Mr Scott will be remembered fondly and will be greatly missed as a true countryman, sportsman and gentleman.
Printed July 10, 2014
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Nicholas Rose
COMPANY director Nicholas John Rose has died suddenly on the way to Lincoln County Hospital. He was 47. Mr Rose, of Main Street, Norton Disney, was married to Mrs Lesley Rose, née Froud, and the couple had one daughter, Megan Victoria Rose. Mr Rose was educated at Barnby Road Infants? School, Newark, and The Grove School, Balderton. He joined A. Rose (Newark) Ltd in January 1982. He was made a company director in 1996, along with his brothers, Stephen, Nigel, and Paul. Mr Nicholas Rose, the son of Mr and Mrs Derrick Rose, of Beckingham Road, Coddington, was responsible for repair and maintenance of the company?s vehicles. A funeral service will take place at Newark Parish Church on Monday, October 15, at 2pm. The funeral directors are Lincolnshire Co-operative Funeral Services.
Printed October 4, 2012
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Robert Curtis Smith
One of Newark's long serving magistrates and charity volunteers, Mrs Ann Hine, has died, aged 81. A funeral service for Mrs Hine, of The Avenue, Newark, takes place at Newark Parish Church on Monday followed by private cremation. The service will be taken by the Rector of Newark, the Rev Vivian Enever. Mrs Hine, ne Burgass, was born into one of Nottingham's commercial families whose family firm, Spray and Burgass, was a dyeing and finishing business. Her father, Lieutenant D. A. Burgass, was killed in the second world war and she moved with her mother to Seacroft, Skegness. Mrs Hine attended Skegness Grammar School and completed her education at Radbrook College in Shrewsbury. She served as a matron at a boys' preparatory school in Woodhall Spa. She became engaged to Dr Denys Hine just before he became Newark's Coronation Mayor in 1953 and the couple were married at Newark Parish Church the following year after his term of office ended. They began married life at The Ivies, Cartergate, at which time the GP surgeries were attached to the house. Their four children were born there. The family moved to The Firs, London Road, in 1964 after the erection of purpose-built surgeries on Lombard Street. Mrs Hine and her husband moved to The Avenue in 1986. Dr Hine died in 1989. Mrs Hine was a magistrate for almost 30 years, serving on the Newark and Southwell Bench. She was chairman of the juvenile bench for ten years and a member of the Lord Chancellor's Advisory Committee, which makes recommendations on the appointment of new magistrates. She was chairman of Millbank Red Cross Residential Home in Newark for ten years; a founder member of Newark Inner Wheel Club, serving as its president three times, and was a volunteer at Newark Hospital for many years. Mrs Hine was a trustee of several charities. She was a Trent Navigation Commissioner and a committee member of the Newark Cancer Research Campaign. She was also vice-chairman of the Women's Advisory Committee for the Newark division of the Conservative Party, and a committee member of the Beacon Ward Conservatives. Her voluntary work included delivering meals on wheels with the WRVS and helping with the Newark and District Talking Newspaper. She leaves her four children, Mrs Deborah Hutchinson, Mr Charles Hine, Mr Edward Hine and Mr Andrew Hine, and grandsons Piers and Jack.
Printed August 16, 2012
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Margaret Ogden
A woman who was involved with St Swithun's Church, Long Bennington, for many years has died. Mrs Margaret Ogden, of Long Bennington, died at Newton House Nursing Home, Grantham. She was 78. Born in Long Bennington, she was the daughter of James and Annie Smith, and sister to Jim. She attended the village primary school, and Lilley and Stone Girls' High School, Newark. She was regularly in touch with her old schoolmates right up to her death. After leaving school, she went to work in the laboratory at Worthington Simpson, Newark. She married Mr Ray Ogden, and they later moved to a new house they had built on Church Street, Long Bennington. Their only daughter, Angela, was born in October 1959. After her mother, Annie, suffered a stroke in 1996, Mrs Ogden nursed her at home until she died in 2008. Mrs Ogden was involved for many years in different roles at St Swithun's Church, including bellringing, leading the Sunday School, and singing in the choir. She served for 31 years as churchwarden, and 44 years on the parochial church council, including 40 years as the PCC secretary. In later years she served as the planned-giving secretary and verger. She was involved with many other organisations, both within and outside the village. These included the Long Bennington Charities, where she acted as a trustee, The Friends of St James' Village Hall, and the WRVS, where she helped deliver meals on wheels, earning a long-service award. Her early love of her sporting activities never left her and she always liked watching all the major sporting competitions on television, particularly Wimbledon. She was a member of Grantham Choral Society, and enjoyed taking part in their various works. Her main musical interest was classical music. Reflecting her love of all things historical, she belonged to the Lincolnshire branch of The Richard III Society, the Long Bennington Local History Society, and attended many lectures with the Workers' Educational Association. She had visited every cathedral in England and Wales, and had an extensive collection of postcards from the historical places she visited. She regularly took part in the annual Owl quiz in Long Bennington. The funeral service, held at St Swithun's, was conducted by the Rev John Bruce, with the organ played by Pat Poyser. Family mourners included Angela and Robert Swan, Jim and Gill Smith, Christopher and Charlotte Swan, and Helen Swan. Other mourners included: Tim and Heather Smith, Alison Burrell, Gay Baggaley, Valerie Richardson, Ted Pykett, Ann and Dennis Andrews, Mick and Anne Beale, Joyce Bainbridge, Dot Ball, Beatrice Tuckwood, Jean Spicer, Barbara Maciejewski, R. and J. Lambert, Noel Brownhill, Pat Ullman, Linda Reeves, Jean Townsend (also representing the Lincolnshire Richard III Society) Robert and Patricia Wall, Betty Kerr, Margaret Ogden (also representing Esther and Tony Sheardown) and Elizabeth Tickler (also representing Rachel Earland and Richard Ogden). Martin and Jilly Radford, Nicholas and Mary Smith, Kevin and Sally Connors, Beryl Holmes, Betty Dobbs, Avril Turgoose, Joan Widdowson, Brian Widdowson, John and Edna Cox, Jane Cowley, Riky Fenton, Gill Mason, Mary Dring (also representing George Dring) Joy Jordan, Sylvia Hallam, Win Oram, Pearl Farmer, John and Barbara Proctor, Mr and Mrs Ralph Knight, Maureen Prothero, Carol Lewis, Irene Adams, Terry and Janet Forrester, Glenys Breedon, David and Rita Bradley, Aubrey Applewhite, Sheila Stevens, Michelle Massey, Sue Taylor, Jill Sanders, Peter and Rita Drury (also representing the Rev Stella Langdon-Davies). Audrey Lister, Jean Higgs, Ted and Lesley Bates, Wendy Wright, Hilda Owen, Jenny McCallum, Pat Clarke, Rita Gordon, Gill Charles (also representing Grantham Choral Society) Hazel Tebb, Hilda Mugglestone, Barbara Baumber, Pat Bennett, Primrose Matthews, Rita Wright, Beryl Fearn, Gillian Cook, Alan and Marion Bishop (also representing Carol Steele) Jean Bowes, Ann Howell, Betty Clipsham, Jean Parkin, Dick Blankley, Twiggy, Pat Mitchell, Angela Miller, Margaret Brewer, Phil and Kath Willis, Shirley Dalton (also representing Long Bennington Local History Society) Ann Busse, Jo Eurich, Peter and Joyce Pearce, Peter and Chris Mullis, Colin Smith, Gordon Scott, Evelyn Bale and Pat Poyser. Funeral arrangements were by E. Gill and Sons, Newark. Donations were received for the Breast Cancer Campaign, amounting to £789.15 to date.
Printed May 31, 2012
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Hugh Warner Sharp
Hugh Warner Sharp
Printed May 24, 2012
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Barbara Grattage
Mrs B i Grattage
Printed March 22, 2012
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Julie Elizabeth Watt
A funeral service was held in Newark Parish Church on Friday for Mrs Julie Elizabeth Watt who died at her home at Manor Farm, Eagle Hall, Swinderby, on September 24. She was 59. The service was conducted by the Rector of Newark, the Rev Vivian Enever, and the Rev Malcolm Hancock. It was followed by burial at St Giles' Church, Holme. Mrs Watt was born in Rochford, Essex, and was educated at Southend High School for Girls and Exeter University where she gained an honours degree in pure and applied mathematics. She had lived locally for 36 years. She was a maths lecturer at North Notts College for ten years and before that worked at Newark and Sherwood College. She was also a maths examiner for GCSEs, A-levels and overseas O-levels. Mrs Watts was a former foundation governor at Mount Church of England School, Newark; a former treasurer at Newark Friends of Guiding; a former volunteer at Newark Contact Centre; a Cruse bereavement counsellor and Newark Job Club volunteer. She also taught English as a foreign language to Japanese executives who stayed in Newark at the time of the NSK/RHP takeover. Family mourners: husband Mr Andrew Watt; daughters Miss Joanna Watt of Lincoln, Mrs Katie Morrell of Sheffield and Miss Helena Watt of Bracknell; father Mr Douglas Smith of Shoeburyness, Essex; and grandchildren Tobias Morrell, 3, and Fintan Morrell, 2.
Printed October 13, 2011
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graeme law
The funeral of Mr Graeme Law takes place in Surrey a week tomorrow. Mr Law, 63, of Lamb Close, Newark, was born in Lambeth, London. He worked at Croda Chemicals and Vodafone in Newark and lived in the area for 25 years. He was educated at the City of London Freemen?s School, Surrey, and Aberystwyth University, Wales. His interests included rugby and Naval history. Mr Law?s funeral, at Randalls Park Crematorium, Leatherhead, is at 11am. Mourners: Mr and Mrs Edward Law; Mr and Mrs Keith Roots; Mr and Mrs Alastair Law; Mr and Mrs Johanna Maidment; Miss Emma Law; Mr James Law; Mr Jonathan Law; Miss Michelle Law; Mr Karl Roots; Mrs Chantal Tait; Mrs Tamara Vreeken; Mr Kris Roots; Miss Rebecca Law; Miss Vicky Law; Miss Hannah Law; Mr Richard Goody; Mr Martin Goody; Mr Samuel Goody; Mr Elliot Goody. Family flowers only, donations if desired to Rugby Football Union Injured Players? Fund, c/o L. Hawkins and Sons, funeral directors, Leatherhead.
Printed October 6, 2011
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PAULINE BAGLEY
THE FUNERAL of a co-founder of Sherwood Laboratories Ltd in Newark took place in a packed Newark Parish Church on June 9. Mrs Pauline Ann Bagley, 64, of Rectory Street, Beckingham, died at home on May 29. She had had breast cancer since 2005. Born in Mansfield, she was educated at Rosemary Street and Cumberlands schools in the town. She moved to Devon in 1972 and then to the Newark area in 1983. She loved gardening, family holidays, socialising and playing darts. She retired from the laboratory in 2005. She leaves a widower, Mr David Bagley, daughter Sharon, son Glyn and grandchildren Kit, Lexi and Vaughan. The funeral service was conducted by Canon Philip Humphries. The undertaker was E. Gill and Sons. A total of £920 was raised for Breast Cancer in lieu of flowers. The chief mourners were Mr David Bagley, Miss Sharon Bagley, Mr Steven Blackburn, Mr Glyn Bagley, Miss Tracy Bagley, Master Kit Bagley, Mrs Ingrid Ward, Mr Michael Howel, Mr Glyn Vaughan, Mrs Jackie Vaughan, Mrs Loretta Scrimshaw and Mr Colin Scrimshaw. The other mourners were: Gillian, Simon and William Cox, Patsy Hutchings, Cliff Harris, Adrian Fearnley, Neil Adam, Keith Douglas, Ann Bagley, Diane Bagley, Rita Devlin, Mr and Mrs Brian Bennison, Mr and Mrs K. Biggs, Mr and Mrs Mitch Todd, Frances Rigley, Tina and Tom Scullion, Alan and Rita Braithwaite, Dorcas Rigley, Sonia and Margaret Hill, Mrs N. Benner, Mr E. Benner, Brenda Simpson, also representing Church packed for company founder her husband, Liz Smith and Alison and Ian Richmond. Val and Dave Chase, Robert Hay, Ron and Jean Rawson, John and Kate Johnson, Jeanette and Alan Osgerby, Wendy and Keith Curran, Christine and George Tinkler, Marie and Graham Bate, Denise Keeley, Joan Bigg, Mavis and Julie Feeney, Sandra Baker from Newark Working Mens Club Darts, Michael and Denise Vaughan, Sharon Johnson from Sherwood, Clare Dent, Marie and Paul Warner from Sherwood, Michael Harrison, Sarah Bailey, Sarah Martin, A. Wright, Amanda Matson, and Sam Matson. Ian Hickingbotham, Melanie Smedley, Colin and Andrea Bell, Donna Clarke, Patrick McConnell, David Hill also representing Nick Hill, Aiden Greenberry, Lesley and Andy McIntosh, Steven Marsden, Sue Lovell, Sharon Cawthorne, Brenda Scott, Lindsey Wade, Diane Ridyard, Roger and Julie Saunders, Mr and Mrs Quant, Caroline and Richard Young, Michelle Sills, Russell and Julie Clutterbuck, Leanne and Pauline Baker, Pauline Longmire and Ben Combes. Jonathan Combes, Elliott Combes, Sandra Beddows, David Thompson, Ben Scall, John Busby, Matthew Ridge, Jason Flint, David Hollingworth from Andrew and Co, Mr and Mrs M. Scholey, Stephen Jenny from the Woolpack and Horse and Gears Darts, Angela Greenwood, Martin Greenwood, Mr and Mrs Ray Fryer, Mr and Mrs B. Frith, Jane Tupling, Rose Stiff, Frank Rose, Alison Neal, Paul Harrison, Margaret Watson and Tracey Watson. Pat and Graham Eason, Dee Starkey, Martyn Dring, Claire Hall representing Karen and Dave Grummett and Christine Sowter and Digby Staley, Mr and Mrs D. Vaughan, Karen and Ken Baggley, Mr and Mrs S. Chambers, Denise and Terry Fox, Maureen Vaughan, Derek Carrington, Mr and Mrs M. Johnson, Linda, Stan and Jade Johnson, David Starkey, Barbara Brown, Kate Mettam, Dawn and John Speed, Margaret and Ernie Keys, Mary and Michael Foster, Barry Jordan, Lindsey Cheshire and Kevin Rose. Lee Wain, Nicole Wain, Veronica Grummett, Mr and Mrs John Wain, Mr and Mrs Berry Eaton, Alan and Chris Hopley also representing Mr D. Hopley, Gary Hopley, Mr and Mrs S. and R. Leyshon, John Burns, Darren Charnock, Val Kent, Nan Spencer, Nick and Jane Ashworth, Hazel Jones, Mr and Mrs B. Jackson, Jackie Walton, Charlotte and Gary Cavanagh, Ben and Joanne Whittaker, Charles Broughton, Dan Derry, Robert Knock and Matt Briggs. Billie Briggs, Emma Tinkler, Anita Scott, Michell McMackin, Joanne McMackin, Betty Martin, Debbie Reesby, Janice and Ian Richardson, Rachel Gavin, Glenn and Jackie, Gemma Streets, Pearl Holmes, John Priestley, Darren Town, Mr and Mrs Graham Blackburn, Sally Williams, Rick and Pip Gale, Mr D. Driscoll, Tracey, Paula, Simon, Sol and Jake, Lynn and Sean Bradley, Eric, Mavis Bradley, Adam Cropper, Matthew Webb, Todd Jarman and Diana Johnson.
Printed June 30, 2011
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Edith Quayle
A FORMER farmer, who retired in 1998, has died at the age of 87. Mrs Edith Quayle, of Rufford Forest Farm, Farnsfield, died in King?s Mill Hospital on January 11 A funeral service, taken by the Rev Peter Greaves, took place at St Swithin?s Church, Kirklington, on January 22, followed by burial at Farnsfield. The undertaker was George Rhodes. Mrs Quayle, who had lived in the area for 50 years, was born in Warrington. She was educated in Warrington and Oxford. Married to Mr Jack Quayle, the couple had a son, Tom, and two grandchildren, Anthony and Georgia. Mrs Quayle loved knitting, gardening and ballroom dancing, winning lots of trophies. The direct family mourners were Mr Jack Quayle, Mr Tom and Mrs Kathy King, Mr Anthony King and Miss Georgia King. Other mourners were Mr and Mrs J. Sheedy, Mr and Mrs A. Sheedy, Mrs B. Quayle, Mrs Jackie Chambers, Mrs Susan Wright, Mr and Mrs S. Quayle, Miss Kathryne Quayle, Mr and Mrs D. Hardy, Mr and Mrs Keith Hardy and Mr and Mrs L. Creasey. Mr and Mrs T. Nichols, L. Richardson representing the Richardson family, N. McLeish, John Staton, A. Checkley representing Naylor Hodgson, Wilson?s and Courtney Honeywoods, B. and D. Starbuck, C. and T. Higgs, Mr and Mrs T. White, R. and G. Joseph, Mr and Mrs Stephan Smith, David Joseph, R. and K. Kerr representing William Kerr, Mr and Mrs P. Ford representing Mick Luke, Mr and Mrs R. Guard, Mrs M. Sprigg and Mrs L. Dennis representing the Sprigg family. Emily Guard, D. and B. Lee, R. Collingham representing J. Collingham and F. Reynolds, K. Ashmore representing A. and T. Ashmore, Chris Bevans, T. Strawson representing M. Strawson, Alastair Kerr, R. Towers representing G. Towers, K. Henson representing D. Henson, Mr and Mrs A. Baseley representing Mrs P. Baseley, Mr and Mrs P. Whitehouse, Mrs A. Whitehouse, Mr M. King, Miss N. Tideswell, Mr T. Hyatt, M. Collingham, A. F. and B. Smallwood, and Mr and Mrs B. Robinson. M. Fraser representing D. Fraser, L. Elliott Wallace, Mr and Mrs R. King representing M. Stocks, J. Hind and D. Severn, Mrs D. Bower representing the Bower family, A. L. Stewart, J. and L. Heyhoe, Mr J. Hayward, Mr N. Key, Mr and Mrs D. Wilson, K. Shutt, C. and J. Miller, Mr and Mrs J. Wolff, Mrs A. Corbyn representing Dr C. Corbyn, S. Dibley, Mr R. Harrison, O. and K. Sandaver representing the Owen family and R. Wombell, R. and E. Briggs, R. Richardson and F. Faben. L. Fryatt and G Davies, D. and C. Wood, J. Harper representing Mrs M. Harper, M. Perry, C. Longstaff, J. Duncan, P. Harrison representing the Bowring family, A. Cockayne, D. Wigham, Kathryn Stocks, Mrs M. Carter representing Mr R. Walker and J. H. Walker-King, K. White, D. White, R. White, Mr John Cheesman and Beverly, and Mrs David Stubbs.
Printed February 10, 2011
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Adeline Price
A GREAT-GRANDMOTHER who was a State Enrolled Nurse for 25 years has died. Mrs Adeline Louise Price, of Lilac Close, Newark, died at King?s Mill Hospital, Sutton-in-Ashfield, on January 4, aged 86. Born in Spital Row, Northgate, Newark, she was educated at Christ Church School, Newark, and Main Street School, Balderton. She retired from nursing from Hawtonville Hospital in 1984. She was a soldier in The Salvation Army and loved gardening. She leaves a son, Mr D. Price, a daughter, Mrs Vanessa Yeomans, eight grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren. The funeral of Mrs Price takes place tomorrow at 2.30pm at St Giles? Church, Balderton, and will be conducted by Canon Mathews. The undertaker is E. Gill and Sons of Newark.
Printed January 13, 2011
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Maurice Mabbott
A MAN who worked at a butchers in The Arcade, Newark, after leaving school has died in Belgium, aged 86. Mr Maurice Mabbott, loving husband of Simone for more than 60 years, was born in Caunton. He was raised by his grandmother, Mrs Elizabeth Mabbott, and attended Caunton Church of England School. He was in the church choir. He joined The Home Guard for a time at the oil wells at Eakring. When he was 18 he joined the Royal Marines and served with them throughout the second world war. He died in Belgium on August 5.
Printed August 27, 2010
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Maurice Mabbott
Mabbott, on August 5, 2010 in Belgium, Maurice aged 86.
Printed August 27, 2010
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Hilda Hudson
A woman who ran Hudson's Fish Stall on Newark Market and Hudson's Newsagents on Sleaford Road, Newark, before retiring in 1980, has died. Mrs Hilda Hudson, 87, of Lincoln Road, Newark, was born in Staffordshire but lived in Newark for most of her life. She died in King's Mill Hospital, Sutton-in-Ashfield, on July 17. She was a member of the WRVS and Newark Hospital Voluntary Services for 30 years. The funeral service, conducted by the Rev David Anderton, took place in Newark Parish Church on Tuesday at 2pm. The undertaker was E. Gill and Sons, of Newark. Mrs Hudson leaves two daughters, Mrs Jackie Jacobson and Mrs Rosemary Holmes, a son-in-law, Mr Chris Holmes, a grandson and his wife, Mr Lee Saunders and Mrs Lise Saunders, a granddaughter, Miss Kay Saunders, a grandson and his partner, Mr Tom Holmes and Miss Jane Nichol-Smith, a great granddaughter, Miss Giovanna Saunders and great grandson, Master William Saunders.
Printed July 30, 2010
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