Remembering those from Ross, Walford and Brampton Abbots whom we se no longer .
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John was very proud of his Scottish ancestry even though he lived in Ross from the age of 5. His Nationl Service was spent as a Bevin Boy in the Forest of Dean. He had a stationery business and a successful printing business in Tewkesbury. He was secretary of the Chamber of Commerce for many years and treasurer of the League of Friends of Ross … Continue reading John Greer, 1928-2020
Mother to Simon, Sarah and James and much loved Grandmother and Great-Grandmother. Greatly missed by all her family and friends Peace is my parting gift to you, my own peace, such as the world cannot give. Set your troubled hearts at rest and banish your fears. John 14.27 Donations in memory of Ann can be made to St Mary’s Church. Continue reading Ann Purvis, 27th September 1936 – 3rd July 2020
He was a great Dad, Gramps, Great Grampy loved by all the generations. He worked at the CentralGarage on Edde Cross Street which he ran before retiring. He still continued to keep our cars roadworthy and loved it. he also loved his garden and vegetable patch. Alfred served in World War II as an engineer, finishing his time in the Cocas Islands in the Indian … Continue reading Alfred “Sandy” Lane – 1921-2020
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