THE  DOVER WAR MEMORIAL  PROJECT

 

war memorial at dusk, photographed by Michelle Cooper
 

 

Memorial

 

FOR FREDERICK, IVY, MINYON, AND FREDERICK MOORE, Civilians

"In Memoriam" verses from 1942

courtesy Dover Express

Not a day do we forget them,
In our hearts they are always near;
Time takes away the edge of grief,
While memory turns back every leaf.

Mum, Dad, Pansy, and Harry

 

Memories are treasures no one can steal,
Death is a heartache no one can heal.

Mum, Dad, Elsie, Annie, and Rosie

 

 

To Him all things are known,
In death they were not divided.

Sister Vi and family

Just three little words, "Forget me not",
They don't sound much but mean a lot.

Bob, Flo, and family

 

A token of love and remembrance,
To the ones we will never forget.

Ivy, Matt, and Boys

 

Treasured Memories of them so dear,
Often bring a silent tear;
Thoughts return of scenes long past,
Time rolls on, but memory lasts.
Upright and just in all their ways.

Wink, Major, and family

courtesy Dover Express

courtesy Dover Express

Freed from life's injustices, from fear and suffering,
They walk beside you in the joy of God's eternal spring

Lil, Mont, and Children

 

In loving memory

Will, Lydia, and Children

 

In our hearts you are still with us yet. Sadly missed.

Eva and Jim

   

1943


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