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Maurice Mabbott

A MAN who worked at a butchers in The Arcade, Newark, after leaving school has died in Belgium, aged 86. Mr Maurice Mabbott, loving husband of Simone for more than 60 years, was born in Caunton. He was raised by his grandmother, Mrs Elizabeth Mabbott, and attended Caunton Church of England School. He was in the church choir. He joined The Home Guard for a time at the oil wells at Eakring. When he was 18 he joined the Royal Marines and served with them throughout the second world war. He died in Belgium on August 5.
Printed on 27th Aug 2010

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MABBOTT Margaret. May 24, 2007. In loving memory of a very dear mother. There's a place within my heart, That is with me every day, A place where all my memories, Of you are softly tucked away. It is the perfect place in my grief for me to go, For words could not explain how very much I still miss you so. And now that once again, this sad day has come around, It's where the sweetest memories and thoughts of you are found. How very much you're missed, But we think that you somehow know, For we feel you beside us, No matter where we go. To be reminded of you Mum, we don't have to go that far, For every night we see your face, In every shining star. I wish that I could talk to you, There's so much I would say, Life has changed so very much, Since that sad day you went away. I'll always feel you close to me and though you're far from sight, I'll search for you among the stars that shine every single night. We pray that God will give us strength, And somehow get us through, As we struggle with this heartache, That came when we lost you. It broke my heart to lose you, But you didn't go alone, As part of me went with you, The day God took you home. Your ever-loving son Peter and daughter-in-law Lilia xxx
- Margaret Mabbott - Printed 25th May 2017
MABBOTT Margaret. May 24, 2007. In loving memory of a very dear mother (1934 - 2007). Life isn't the same without you Mum, The birds still fly up in the sky, The sun still shines there too, The grass still grows and rivers flow, But it is so different without you. The birds' songs are not as sweet, The sun's a duller hue, The grass seems rough and the rivers dry, Because there is no you. Although one day these things may change, And my world won't seem so blue, Yet things will never be the same, As when we all had you. No words were ever written, No words could ever say, How much we love and miss you, Each and every day. Deep are the memories, Precious they stay, And no passing of time can take them away. I can't believe you have been gone from all our lives for ten years Mum, We still miss and think of you every single day. Time passes and fades away, But silent thoughts and memories stay. Whatever else I fail to do, I will always think of and remember you. In my heart your memory lingers, sweetly tender; Fond and true. There's not a day dear Mum that we don't think of you. There is a sad but sweet rememberance, There is a memory fond and true. There is a token of affection, And a heartache still for you. You always did such caring, kind and thoughtful little things, Never has a Angel done so much to earn her wings, Just thinking of your special ways, your hug and lovely smile, Can't take this awful pain away, for just a little while. Because you were so special, of that there is no doubt, And wonderful to think of, but so very hard to live without. Miss you today and always Mum. From you ever-loving son Peter and daughter-in-law Lilia xxx
- Margaret Mabbott - Printed 26th May 2016
mabbott Margaret. May 24, 2007. As time goes by without you, And days turn into years, They hold a million heartaches, And many silent tears. Your loving husband John, kids Yvonne, Wendy, John, Neil and their families xxx
- Margaret Mabbott - Printed 19th May 2016
mabbott Margaret. May 24, 2007. In loving memory of a very dear mother. Parting comes and hearts are broken, Loved ones go with words unspoken, Life goes on, we know it's sad and glum, It's not the same without you Mum, Each of us in our own way, Have special thoughts of you today, No longer in our lives to share, But in our hearts you are always there. Nine years ago today, you were taken away from us. Heartbroken as if it was only yesterday. Words alone can never express how much we miss you. If memories bring us closer, we are never far apart, Because you are always in our thoughts and forever in our hearts. No matter how I spend my days, no matter what I do, Before I close my eyes at night, I always think of you, I hold you close within my heart and there you will remain, To walk with me throughout my life until we meet again. It's been a lonely nine years without you, we miss you more each day. Life is not the same for us, since you were called away. You left us beautiful memories, your love is still our guide, And although we cannot see you, you're always by our side. Years have passed so quickly but the pain still remains the same, We will love and miss you always, until we can hold your hand again. This tribute of mine should be written in gold, for a wonderful mother this world did hold, With tears in my eyes I whisper low "God bless you Mum, I loved you so". Your ever-loving son Peter and daughter-in-law Lilia xxx
- Margaret Mabbott - Printed 28th May 2015
MABBOTT Margaret. May 24, 2007. Eight years since you went away, But in our hearts you will always stay, A heart of gold stopped beating, Hard working hands at rest, God broke our hearts to prove, He only takes the best. Your loving husband John, Yvonne, Wendy, John, Neil and families. xxx.
- Margaret Mabbott - Printed 21st May 2015
MABBOTT Margaret. May 24, 2007. In loving memory of a very dear mother. Another day another year, Loving thoughts and silent tears, A little prayer to keep in touch, With the Mum we love and miss so much. We miss you so much, and think of you everyday, The memories of you keep us strong, But what I would give to see you smile, to sit and talk with you awhile, However old however young The streets we walk are never long, And in between that small divide, our paths will meet side by side, Within the rain and heads held down, Pavements shimmer but not a sound, The doorways shelter all but you, While above us your love shines through. My heart still aches with sadness, The secret tears still flow, What it means to lose you Mum, No one will ever know. They say there is a reason, They say that time will heal, But neither time or reason will change the way I feel. For no one knows what heartache, that lies behind my smile, No one knows how many times, I've broken down and cried, I want to tell you something, so there won't be any doubt, That you are so wonderful to think of Mum, But so very hard to be without. Though your smile has gone forever, And your hand I can not reach or touch, We still have so many great memories, Of our Mum that we loved so much. It is true we all must pass away, When our time here on earth is done. And sadly though those left behind will mourn, They still must find the strength to carry on. Life is not the same without you Mum, You were so special and wonderful, With love always I remember you. With fondness I think of you, You are too precious to be forgotten, And too priceless to be ever replaced. You were unique and one in a million, You're dearly missed in many ways. Deep within my heart, there is a special place, Where nothing at all has changed, It's filled with precious memories of you, That could never fade away. I cherish them dearly and always will, For you were unforgetable to me. In our hearts you will forever stay, still loved, still remembered each and every day. Son Peter, daughter-in-law Lilia. xxx.


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