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SOROPTIMIST INTERNATIONAL GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND
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Rock Garden Memorial Bench For myself, I always knew if this sad event this year ever occurredCarolyn deserved a Legacy- a place anyone can visitand think about the great memories she gave us all. Carolyn worried in 2020 that her demise was sadly
coming sooner than she wished. Funny thing is and
typical of her she wanted to know what I planned to
do with my life ending and how the family should
carry out my wishes. I couldn’t get her to tell me
what she wanted. Obviously, a needed dialogue that
never found a conclusion.Memories are something that no one realizes at the...
Hi there and welcome to the Murray family memories site.
This branch of the Murray family are from the West end of Newcastle upon Tyne.
The first image you see is of Albert "Gordon" Murray with his daughter Lois Joanne and his son Graeme Neil - it was taken sometime in 1971 after Graeme's birth.
Gordon, as he was known was born on September 9th 1928 in Newcastle and together with Maureen Elizabeth had 3 children - Lois Joanne (1969-), Graeme Neil (1971-) and Margaret Kay (1973-).
Gordon married Maureen Elizabeth Barrett in 1967 at Holy Cross Church and they setup home at 41...
Jonathan was the youngest child of Norma and Elwyn Jones born on the 11th of March 1961 in Bangor. Jonathan attended Ysgol Cae Top then Ysgol Friars and got accepted to Lancaster University to study Biology.
Jonathan married Eirian on the 26th of September 1987 and they had 2 daughters together Hannah and Tesni. So he was the man of the house and wore the trousers he just knew that the women in his life decide which ones he wore. He attended every dance show, school play, award ceremony, graduation, house move etc. When Hannah and Tesni were young they went on family holidays to France and...
Denis Crowley 10/04/1957
Born in Shelbourne Street Kenmare, to loving parents, Minnie and John Crowley. one of 4 boys Thomas, Sean and Noel.
Growing up Kenmare living in town, playing football in the streets, swimming in the Pier, holiday’s in Aunty Nancy and Uncle Tom...