Category Archives: Memorials

Anne Woosnam 1945-2013

Anne Woosnam, N’ee Rawson and formerly Jagger, 10/09/1945 Passed away suddenly and peacefully on 3rd November 2013 as a consequence of Lupus Eurethremia . Her family were at her bedside. Much loved wife, mother, grandmother and great grandmother she had … Continue reading

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Samuel George Bright 1927-2013 (thanksgiving service)

Formerly of Crabtree Lane, Sidemoor, Bromsgrove. Sam passed away peacefully on 17th February 2013 aged 85 years. He was a loving and devoted husband, father and grandpa. Private cremation followed by a service of thanksgiving at South Molton Methodist Church on … Continue reading

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Johnny Jameson 22 05 1934 – 28 11 2012

A gentleman amongst men. A hard-working, honest man, who was truly devoted to his family. A source of comfort and a smile, always there no matter what. Always laughing, telling a joke or two – either that or talking about … Continue reading

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James Brown Sellar – 23 09 2012

James Sellar – dad and grandad died peacefully in his sleep at home.

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Edre Henry

One of Ebbie’s memorable moments was in a car park in Monaghan. Trying to park her battered, dog eaten Austin Mini Metro into a space that was not big enough, she decided that the only way to achieve this desired … Continue reading

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William Reginald Didcock 1919 – 2002

William known fondly as Bill, passed away 4 months after the loss of his wife, Vera. Bill worked on the railways for 49 years. He began in 1935 as a booking boy, working through the grades to become a signalman … Continue reading

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Terry Rogers 1937 – 1998

He joined the army cadets and later when he was eighteen he was conscripted to do his national service for two years. National service was the common name for mandatory government service programmes (usually military service, also known as conscription). … Continue reading

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Iris Brown 1929 – 2002

Iris Sylvia Canning was born on the 28th October 1929 in India. Iris had two sisters, Ruby and Violet (Taj). Iris grew up and her family moved to England. Iris’s father died in South Africa, while Iris was still young, … Continue reading

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Neil Cox 1957 – 1996

Neil’s talents on the guitar didn’t go unnoticed by his colleagues and he was asked to accompany Finbar Furey on a UK tour. Finbar, himself a great musician, became firm friends with Neil and once described him as a “genius … Continue reading

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Grace Rogers 1912 – 2000

She had a good innings but still she deserved to live a lot longer, a very happy and kind lady who lived through two wars. She married Stanley W. Rogers and had three children by him the first being Terry, … Continue reading

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