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Mrs G J Marjoram

PUBLISHED: 11:22 25 January 2008 | UPDATED: 19:32 05 July 2010

THE funeral service took place at St Mary's Church, Blundeston, on Thursday, January 17, for Gladys Jane Marjoram, who died on December 27, aged 84. The Rev Roger Kent officiated.

THE funeral service took place at St Mary's Church, Blundeston, on Thursday, January 17, for Gladys Jane Marjoram, who died on December 27, aged 84. The Rev Roger Kent officiated.

Mourners were, Jean Gillings (sister-in-law), Angela and Andrew Howes (niece), June and Ronnie Chandler, Lyne Forbes, Jim and Marina Gook, Eva Gook, Joanne MacKencie, Iris Day, Neil, Louise, Guy and Cory Austin, Hilda CliffDank, Roger Bullar, Nancy Gillings, Janet Smith, Joyce and Percy Turner, Maria Barker, Mr and Mrs Fitchett, John and Janet Blowers, Andrew Scott-Paul, Jane Scott-Paul, Lucy Scott-Paul, Sarah Morris, Michael and Jake Scott-Paul, Mr and Mrs Fox, Mr and Mrs N Barker, Brian Durrant, Iris Mayes, Rita Reynolds, Barry Stevenson, Mr and Mrs F Boyce, G Edwards, Ray and Maureen Hood, Mr and Mrs Jary, John and Angela Nichole, Jean Pattison, Dulcie Knights, Sheila Peggs, Jean Shreeve, Geraldine and Janita Bailey, R Platten, Hilda and Gordon Block, Pearl Tovell, Dawn Gissing, Audrey Reynolds, Maureen Teasdale.

Unable to attend: Elizabeth Lewis, Jean Jones, Geoff Reynolds, Lawrence Gage.

Apologies to anyone who attended and has not been mentioned.

Will all please accept this as the only and most sincere acknowledgement.

Thanks to Anglia Co-operative Funerals, Police Station Road, for their kindness.


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