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  • Eulogy for John William Stephenson, 23rd September 2014 For those of you who do not know me, I am Sean Michael, John and Christine’s eldest son. Sean Michael because when I was born my father was as known as Sean. I do not know why or when he changed to his christened name John but to his family he will always be Sean. For today I will refer to him as John, if that’s not Irish, what is? Firstly I would like to say a couple of personal things. 1969 was the last time that I lived with John apart from when he was on leave, or back for the weekend or I was on holiday. So some of you will...
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  • Rememberance In Life's Passing Is The Truest Form Of Love One Can Give For A Memory Should Never DieAnd a Love Should Live ForeverIn The Heart Of Another
  • In memory of Andrew who was born in July 1975 and sadly passed away August 2014, Andrew was son to Carol...
  • Ronald William Gormer was born on February 13, 1922 in West Hartlepool. The Eldest of six surviving sons of James William and Kate Agnes(nee Saunders) Gormer. The Gormers can trace their roots in Suffolk to the 1500s, but he enjoyed telling the tale of how he and his brother Lenny came to be born in West Hartlepool. According to family legend, unable to find employment in Ipswich, his parents got on their bikes and cycled north to Newcastle. Within 3 years they were back in Ipswich where they stayed until their deaths, James in 1973 and Kate in 1971. Ron spent many years working overseas,...
  • In memory of Carole Ann Ternent (nee Jones)Carole was born on 5th May 1965. Born Carole ann Jones to Margaret Jones and John Alfred Jones.Carole was the second eldest with Stephen the Eldest. Paul the third and Mandy the youngest. Caroles earliest memories revolved around Barnet walk in Crewe, when she was young, reminiscing times on the square with names from old, only those on her Facebook page will remember the good times as kids getting into trouble and parents on the gates. Carole spent a lot of time visiting her Nan and Granddad. Country music from a bygone era was played...
  • Herbert George Columbine VC (28 November 1893 – 22 March 1918) was an English recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest and most prestigious award for gallantry in the face of the enemy that can be awarded to British and Commonwealth forces. Columbine was 24 years old, and a private in the 9th Squadron, Machine Gun Corps, British Army during the First World War when the following deed took place for which he was awarded the VC. On 22 March 1918 at Hervilly Wood, France, Private Columbine took over command of a gun and kept firing it from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in an isolated position with...
  • Alan was born on the 14th june 1976 and sadly passed away on the 27th february 2014 aged just 37.Always the hard worker, alan built up his own business from car valeting to a pioneering small dents and minor car body repairs company, being years ahead of his competitors by trialing the latest equipment from around the world.Alan was immensely in to his music, going to many concerts, owning hundreds of CDs and only having the best music systems whether at home or in one of his vehicles, Pink Floyd being his favorite and even having the tattoos to prove it! 
  • The Royal Naval Association has been running a project to mark the 60th anniversary of its Royal Charter in 2014. The RNA National Council wanted an all-inclusive memorial that commemorates those who have served, serve today and will serve tomorrow regardless of rank, trade or fighting arm. We sought designs for a memorial to be placed in the Naval Section of the National Memorial Arboretum (NMA) to be a place for shipmates and their families of the Naval Service to quietly remember their comrades and loved ones. The Naval Service consists of;Royal NavyRoyal MarinesRoyal Naval ReservesRoyal...

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