Valerie Mason

Michael Hodgetts

Robin Petley

Ezra Cade

David Nicholls

Carol Holman

Christine Goodman

Bryan Norris & Liam Johnson

Jean Scott

Ian McGregor, Margaret McGregor, Bridget Barrett, Mary Flynn, Patrick Flynn, Great Granny McGregor & Robert McGregor

Mark Jackson

Mick Nixon

Trevor Farmer & Pauline Farmer

Gordon Prentice

Don Baston

ROY GRAYSON & AUDREY GRAYSON

Peter Savage

Carol Harrod

Trevor Wilson

Ray Harness

Leslie Galpin

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Graham Clarke

Christine Wright

Dave Peek & Fran Peek

Roger Hensman

Gwen Wing, Bert Wing, Dorothy Edwards, Fred Edwards, Brenda Edwards, Michael Edwards & William Cunnington

Steve Grundy

Valerie Mason

From Mrs. Sarah Mason-Brown

Remembered every day in my thoughts and smiles.
xx

Michael Hodgetts

From Miss Claire Hodgetts

It’s another Christmas without you Dad and it doesn’t get easier. I miss you everyday. I love you Dad love Lou-Lou xxx

Robin Petley

From Mrs Kerry Petley

To Robin Merry Christmas my darling. Love you forever xxKxx

Ezra Cade

From Mrs Pamela Cade

A wonderful husband, father and friend to many who was helped to end his days peacefully at home by the loving care of the Macmillan, St Barnabas and Marie Curie nurses.

David Nicholls

From Miss Reanne Nicholls

You wasn’t just my grandad you was my dad and my best friend. I wish you could have met Freya and I wish I could call you and tell you all about her and our life. I know your here with me but I wish I could just hear your voice and see your face. I love you grandad and we will see each other again!

Carol Holman

From Mr. carl Holman

Christine Goodman

From Mrs Karen Armitage

Almost 30 years on you are missed more than ever. The strength of the love we shared remains and has been a constant support to us in our lives. We love you Mum xxxx

Bryan Norris & Liam Johnson

From Ms. Bridget Johnson

Jean Scott

From Mr. James Scott

Love and miss you mum, you’d be so proud of Harry and how he’s growing up. He still talks about you. Xx

Ian McGregor, Margaret McGregor, Bridget Barrett, Mary Flynn, Patrick Flynn, Great Granny McGregor & Robert McGregor

From Miss Molly Scarborough

Dear Granny Grandad, Auntie Bridget, Great Granny and Grandad Flynn and Great Granny and Grandad McGregor, we all miss you very very much especially around a special time as Christmas when we wish you could all be with us. Some of you , Granny, Great Granny& Grandad Flynn and McGregor I’ve unfortunately never got to meet you but some of you may remember me as a tiny baby but I wish that I was blessed with time with all of you to really know what wonderful people you really were but luckily I feel so close to you and I have so many stories from everyone to learn so much about you all and I know you are always with me. Grandad, I got so many wonderful years with you but I’m still not over the fact you are no longer with us, the world was so much brighter with you in it. With your passion for music, your warm embrace whenever you gave me a hug, so tight but so warm. Your determination with everything you did and the fact you just were my best friend in the whole world. Christmas is very hard without you, you would always be helping around the house doing piles of ironing or helping mum with some DIY or suddenly on Christmas Day saying we needed to take the dining room door off ha ha, you were full of surprises. I miss you so very much and I love you, please kiss Granny for me and tell her I am always thinking of her. And Auntie Bridget, who basically became my Granny, you were a pillar in my life, you taught me so much about cooking, elegance and grace, you devotion to God was so admirable and really rubbed off on me. Your gentle voice and guidance in everything raised me to be who I am today. I miss you so much sometimes when I’m having a bad day all I can think of is how much I need you. But I know you are with me and i with you.
Merry Christmas to my wonderful family who are never forgotten and so happy in our thoughts.

Mark Jackson

From Mrs. Jill Wilkinson

Remembering you With much love Mark, my wonderful brother
Jill
xxxx

Mick Nixon

From Mrs. Julie Truepenny

Dad we miss you more than words can say, we remember you every single day.
This is our first Christmas without you and we know you loved a 'bit of a do'.
On Christmas day we will raise a glass for you and remember all the good times we had. Love you xxx

Trevor Farmer & Pauline Farmer

From Mrs. Elaine Jackson

Happy Heavenly Christmas Mom and Dad. This family misses you both so much. Sending our loved as always.
Elaine, Barry, Daniel and Becky x x x x

Gordon Prentice

From Mrs. Mary Prentice

Loved and remembered alway
Happy heavenly Christmas
Love forever
Mum,dad and family

Don Baston

From Mrs. Jodie Baston

Christmas was his favourite time of year; it's not the same without his practical jokes, dancing Christmas hats or wicked sense of humour. Loved dearly x

ROY GRAYSON & AUDREY GRAYSON

From Mrs. CHRISTINE LONG

WITH LOVE OF FANTASTIC PARENTS AND GRANDPARENTS

Peter Savage

From Miss Caroline Morgan

A wonderful, kind, loving man. Who will be forever loved.

Carol Harrod

From Mr. Kenneth Harrod

Remembering my dear Wife Carol with love .

Trevor Wilson

From Mrs Janet Wilson

Trev,
Hannah, Joe and myself miss you and think about you every day.
We were so grateful for the care St Barnabas gave you.
Remembering you with love xx

Ray Harness

From Mrs. Karen Garner

My Dad was a lovely kind , caring family man, who enjoyed nothing more at Christmas time than sharing lunch and a beer or two with his close and extended family. We will all be missing and thinking of him with all our hearts at this special family time of the year. Love you always Dad. X

Leslie Galpin

From Mrs. Lisa Spikings

I’m watching you in the sky everyday .
Miss you so much dad .

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From Mr philip Buckley

Graham Clarke

From Miss Rebekah Gwyther

Christine Wright

From Mr. Terry Wright

8 years have passed since you last passed away.we all miss you and think about you at this time of year.love you love from the Wright s, and Blanchard
XXXX.

Dave Peek & Fran Peek

From Mrs. Sarah Holt

We were in the forces and we would come home to Lincoln to see our families. Nan would take us on the bus to town and we would always have a marshmallow cone from the cake shop on the way home. Christmas was always a time for family and still is with fond memories of those times growing up at Christmas and spending time with family we didn't see the rest of the year.

Roger Hensman

From Mrs. Audrey Hensman

The relationship between Roger and his Hospice at Home nurses epitomises the Christmas message of love and hope through the birth of Jesus. Roger's faith sustained him and, I believe, all who helped with his care that enabled him to be at home till the end.

Gwen Wing, Bert Wing, Dorothy Edwards, Fred Edwards, Brenda Edwards, Michael Edwards & William Cunnington

From Miss Jenny Wing

Always in my thoughts, never forgotten x

Steve Grundy

From Mrs. Sara Grundy

Missed every day

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