Kirsty Jayne Carrott (30 Sep 1979 - 5 Nov 2016)

Funeral Service

Location
Eltham Cemetery Crown Woods Way Eltham SE9 2RF
Date
29th Nov 2016
Time
1.30pm
Funeral Director
P L Mulligan Funeral Directors, Eltham

Funeral Reception

Location
White Hart Public Pub2 Eltham High StElthamSE9 6QB
Date
29th Nov 2016
Time
2.45pm

In loving memory of Kirsty Jayne Carrott who sadly passed away on 5th November 2016

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Miss you, beautiful girl xx

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Jodie Sheaf wrote

Our darling kirsty,
No words can describe how much we all miss you, you was such a beautiful person inside and out. Your now at peace with your baby jay love you always heavens gained a beautiful angel xxxx

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Teresa Orourke wrote

Kirsty no words can ever take the pain away darling I just hope you are flying high with baby Jay on your back. I promise you I will forever be there for Mummy , Daddy, The Boys , Dave and your Beautiful Babies ❤ XX

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For you our beautiful Angel no words Kirsty . You will always have a big place in my ❤ KC XXX

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teresa garrett wrote

I have so many good memories of you – our caravan days, drinking half a lager and lime and dancing to Oasis ‘don’t look bank in anger’, spending hours on a bus to Sheerness because you loved a market! Talking of markets, let’s not forget Woolwich, Roman Road, Dagenham and Swanley – I hated shopping with you sometimes but I’m now glad I have the memories to look back on.

I remember keeping your secret – you were pregnant and confided in me. You carried on going to Woolworths in your big puffa coat and dress without telling anyone you nutter! Not till your brother overheard us talking one day when you was around 7 months that it all came out.

Being your birth partner when you had Jay is a memory I will treasure forever, we walked around Eltham together, two young mums pushing their prams. What must we have looked like! I remember bumping into the health visitor one summers day. She gave us a lecture on the dangers of the sun and covering up the babies like we were silly young girls – we were! That same health visitor redeemed herself when she insisted you take Jay to see the Dr as she knew there was something wrong. I felt your pain then when he passed, glad to be there for you; we were like sisters.

For the second time in my life, I stood at Jays grave but this time it was to bury you. It breaks my heart to think of those you have left behind. I have felt your loss so hard so I cant imagine how they feel. You were really loved and cherished by so many people and that was so evident on the day of your funeral. I hope there really is another world where you are with your first born and I hope to see you again one day. I will always remember you for the happy, caring and beautiful person you were. All my love xxx

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Linda Lee wrote

Dearest Kirsty,

You truly are a gift to everyone who had the pleasure of knowing you. You have left a gaping hole in all our hearts but you will always be remembered with warmth and love. You are so modest you probably never knew just how highly regarded you are by everyone. But your kindness and gentle sense of humour touched us all and always will. We will all look after Molly, Freddie and David for you and know you will be their guardian angel. Rest in peace and love xxxxx

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Dearest Kirsty

There are no words that can describe the pain everyone feels in losing you. I have been telling everyone about you as you were one of the nicest, kindest, sweetest people I had the privilege to know and love. You never had a bad word to say about anyone or anything always looked at the positive side of everything and you showed so much love for your family, friends and life!!.

Everytime I saw you, you made me feel so loved and cared for, even when you were ill and most probably in pain you always had time to ask about me and my family! I will always cherish my time with you and the memories we have made together.

The Zaire Family send their love. Mum and dad will never forget how much you looked after them in Dymchurch and everything you did for them on that holiday. They and the rest of the Zaire family say exactly the same thing as everyone else, that you were and remain such a beautiful, kind person both on the inside and outside!!! We always talk about you and we hope that you, Jay and Emmy are up there having a party. Emmy and Jay will look after you now.

Elodie misses you dearly, she always loved seeing you, as again you always showed a lot of love towards her. She said the other day that she will miss hearing you say "Alright Els!!! But she said that she will forever have you in her heart and will cherish every memory she has of you.

Molly and Freddie are absolutely beautiful and they are a testament to your amazing mummy skills and of course Davids daddy skills. David has been amazing and he will continue to be the best daddy ever to your babies and he will forever keep you in their hearts and minds.

We will miss you but as you always used to say "see ya later".

Love you always


Danielle, Danny, Elodie and EliseXXXXX

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