Elizabeth Younger

Phillip Tunnard & Marie Tunnard

Mary Cowling

Ken Pegg & May Pegg

David Wordsworth & John Cahill

James Shaw

Jack Smith

Tom Morgan

Geoff Smith

Margaret Luty

Ian McGregor, Margaret McGregor, Mary Flynn & Bridget Barrett

Archie Miller

Helen Power

Chris Chaplin

Graham Nightingale

Tim Davies

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Tom Nugent

Pat James

John Francis & Ian Mawer

PAM BRIGINSHAW & JIM BRIGINSHAW

Grace Barker

Julie Goy

Eileen Whitaker & Ernest Whitaker

Mike Mills

Tony Brown

Tom Haughey

James Cudbertson

Elizabeth Younger

From Mrs Elizabeth Younger

Remembering our lovely Lizzie . Missed and loved by us all every day.

Phillip Tunnard & Marie Tunnard

From Mrs. Debbie Simpson

Dad died in St Barnabas in 2008 ,the care and dedication given to him by the staff was excellent. Everyone was so kind,from the trained staff to the domestic staff, through the sadness shone dedication and happiness.Thankyou so much x

Mary Cowling

From Mrs. Susanne Crombie

Missing you mum more than words can say, shine bright in the sky like the brightest star you are. Lots of love always Sue xx

Ken Pegg & May Pegg

From Mrs. Sandra Wasyliw

To a special grandad and nanna, who are truly missed every day and never forgotten.
Xxxxx

David Wordsworth & John Cahill

From Miss Victoria Frodsham

Missed & loved always

James Shaw

From Mrs. Julia Parker

Our first Christmas without you Dad, so very missed every day and always with so much love from us all xxx

Jack Smith

From Mrs. Vanessa Dineen

We are remembering Jack Smith the best Husband to Elaine, Dad to Nessa and Hayley and Grandad to Harrison Jenson Mitchell Amarna and Jordan xxx love and miss you so much xxxx

Tom Morgan

From Mrs. Margaret Morgan

Remembering the love of my life at Christmas and always.

Geoff Smith

From Mr. David Pembroke-Smith

It’s 23 years without you Dad. I know you’d be proud of what I’ve achieved. Miss you loads! Lots of love always.
XXXXXX

Margaret Luty

From Linda Orient

Dearest Mum,

I miss you more than words can say
I miss you every minute of every day
I struggle to cope and understand
And wish that you could hold my hand
And help me through this time of struggle
And give me a kiss and a cuddle.
I hope and pray that once again
You are reunited with your beloved Jim.
I will do my best to make you proud
And always say your name out loud.
I will remember your words of support and advice,
And loving memories will always be part of my life.
I love you now, forever and always.

Love you loads
Linda xx💜💜

Ian McGregor, Margaret McGregor, Mary Flynn & Bridget Barrett

From Mrs. Moira Scarborough

We are remembering my Grandad. An amazing trombone player in his day as well as a terrifically talented joiner. My Grandad was like a built in best friend. So funny, his smile and laugh just lit up the entire room. And I would always feel safe and secure whenever he was near, he just had a calming presence. He always reassured you that you would be fine and give you a big squeeze and you would instantly feel better. My grandad was so determined, this showed when he had a stroke when I was younger and he had to learn how to read, write and speak again and he did. He passed away two years ago now from falling on a rainy day and after all he had achieved recovering from those traumas, it left such a hole in our lives for him to be suddenly taken when he was so healthy. Our lives are definitely different without him as he was such a light and a joy. Everyone who met him says the same, he was just a force of nature. The best husband, father and grandad in the world.
We are also remembering my Granny (Grandad’s wife) unfortunately she passed when I was a baby so I didn’t get much time with her, which really upsets me but when I hear all the wonderful and also funny stories about her I truly feel like I know her so well. She was so kind, so creative, also a force of nature. She was very determined, she ran a restaurant whilst taking care of her family and just had so many feathers to her cap! She had an eye for detail. I wish I could have spent years on end with her, going around antique shops which she so dearly loved. She was a treasured wife, mother and Granny.
We are also remembering my Auntie Bridget. When my granny passed away Auntie Bridget sort of took on the role of Granny duties. And to this day , I can say she truly shaped who I am. She was so kind, so delicate, always fair. Auntie Bridget loved church and keeping her rosary beads close to her (which is something I like to do now because of her), everything in her home was perfect and beautiful. Some of the best memories of my childhood are school holidays at my Auntie Bridget’s. And walking through her front door and getting a whiff of her homemade chicken soup that she was cooking. Everyone who knew her, held a special place in their hearts for Auntie Bridget and that’s a fact. We miss her everyday.

And finally we are remembering my Granny Flynn (Auntie Bridget’s sister and my Mums Granny) she too passed when I was baby so I don’t have any memories with her and I so wish I did because of the stories I hear she was such a kind and wonderful person to know. I have one picture of her holding me when I was just born, I’m asleep in her lap and she is looking down at me just like an angel and she is so very gently holding my tiny hand with the tips of her fingers, the picture is so beautiful and special because although I never knew her that picture shows how much she loved me and how many memories we would have made together , the memories would have been wonderful. My mum describes her as so elegant and very much “a lady” and she was a huge part of my mum’s growing up, almost everyday they would see her, she was like a “second mum”. It just shows how treasured she was.

Archie Miller

From Mrs. Amanda Allen

How can I walk in your shoes
How can I make you proud
You were one of a kind
You stood out from the crowd

Forever loved
Forever missed !
Love you dad xx

Helen Power

From Mrs Christine Cobham

Our first Christmas without you….Love you forever Mum xx

Chris Chaplin

From Mrs. Joanne Shaw

Merry Christmas Pops. You are very much loved and will be missed dearly.

Graham Nightingale

From Ms. Amanda Nightingale

Dad
Missing you & your festive shirt this Christmas
Love all your girls xxx

Tim Davies

From Miss Helen Zealand

Tim was a friend to everyone, kind, gentle and nothing was too much trouble.
Tim attended Lincoln City Foundation ladies walking football matches, not only to support his wife Caz but to give a everyone present a reason to smile. From picnics to a supporting hug Tim was always there, taking photos, giving a full briefing on the matches via social media and making us laugh.
Tragically following a short battle with the c word, Tim was taken from us too soon.
Tim leaves behind a devastated family, especially wife Caz, and a very upset and confused daughter (aged 6), who does not really understand where or why her daddy was taken and cannot return.
Christmas will be hard for the whole family, but with the support of many people, will make it as best as we can for them, and never forget Tim.

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From Miss Missy Powell

To Grandad,

Merry Christmas! We all miss you so much!

Love from all of us!

Tom Nugent

From Mrs. Claire Hewson

Well Tom another year has gone but not a day goes by wear we don’t say your name so merry Christmas Uncle Tom love from claire Joshua and also your lovely sister sue and husband Dave and we can not for get the little one you always talked about Mckenzie’s xxxxxxxxx

Pat James

From Miss Claire James

Hoping you’re watching all our adventures from on high.
We love you and miss you
Love you always xxxx

John Francis & Ian Mawer

From Mrs. Natalie Mawer

Not a day goes by without missing you both. So many memories to help us through the dark days. Living life and fulfilling dreams to make memories with our kids as you both did with us x x

PAM BRIGINSHAW & JIM BRIGINSHAW

From Miss JILL BRIGINSHAW

HOPE YOU HAVE FOUND ETERNAL PEACE WITH DAD
THANK YOU FOR MANY HAPPY MEMORIES

Grace Barker

From Miss Ebonie Barker

Merry Christmas Nana. I hope I am doing you proud at the Hospice. I love and miss you so much ❤️ xxx

Julie Goy

From Mrs. Jo Goy

Julie was a wonderful sister and friend. Always thinking of others. We had some wonderful Christmas together.

Eileen Whitaker & Ernest Whitaker

From Mrs. Michele Shearer

Dad, you passed away 18th Oct 2020, you were our hero and the strength and backbone of our family.
Mum, you passed away 20th Dec 2020, you were always there for us when we needed to talk. We are all so shocked but understand that you didn’t want to be separated from dad after being together for 58 years.
We are devastated and in so much pain right now from losing you both, the only bit of comfort we have is knowing that you are back together, side by side where you belong. Please don’t worry about us, in time we will be ok and we will look out for one another like you’ll want us to do.
We will never forget you and everything you did for us, you will be missed so much and our lives from now on will never be the same.
Take care of one another mum and dad, we’ll see you again one day, sleep tight,
Your loving daughters,
Michele, Simone and Rosalind
XXX

Mike Mills

From Miss Jane Mills

A much loved Husband, Dad & Grandad who is missed and loved everyday. Thank you to all your staff who cared for him in his final days xxx

Tony Brown

From Mrs. Sue Brown

I miss you my darling every day. I’ll carry a torch for you again this year. Love you always and forever. Xxxxxx

Tom Haughey

From Ms. Gillian Mitchell

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James Cudbertson

From Mrs. Kim Gabbitas

Remembering our very special Dad, Dad in law and Grandad at Christmas time. We miss you so much.xxxx

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