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Let’s take a look at some of the most unique and unusual wakes and funerals throughout history.
Publication: Toowoomba ChronicleDate listed: 9/3/2021
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Publication: Herald SunDate listed: 9/3/2021
Dearly loved wife of Norman. Loving mother Jennifer and Graeme. Mother-in-law to John. Loving grandma to Rebecca and Peter and great grandmother to Nathan. Very much loved Forever in our heartsCheck later paper for funeral ...
Publication: The Courier-MailDate listed: 9/3/2021
Publication: NT NewsDate listed: 9/3/2021
17.3.1940 – 7.3.2021
Passed away at Wooryal Lodge- Leongatha after a brief struggle.
Loved brother of Bruce (dec.) and Colleen, Cliff (dec.) and Grizel, Joan and David, Peter and Helen, Roger and ...
BRAIN, Muriel Alice
27.10.1921-5.3.2021 Passed away peacefully in her 100th year. Loved youngest daughter of Frederick and Eleanor Mary Kiddle. Sister of Elizabeth (Bessie), Elsie, Geoffrey, Marjorie, Nancy, Mary, Jean and Bob (all dec).
Publication: The MercuryDate listed: 9/3/2021
27.10.1921-5.3.2021 Passed away peacefully in her 100th year. Loved and loving wife of Lindsay (dec). Loved and cherished mother and mother-in-law of Michael, Jenny and John Rosemary, and Basil. Loved nanna of Matthew and Leanda, Rachael, James (dec) and Richard. Cherished friend of ...
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