Mary Agnes (Molly) Skerritt (23 Nov 1931 - 4 Feb 2015)

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Funeral Service

Location
Peterborough Crematorium Mowbray Road Peterborough PE6 7JE
Date
19th Feb 2015
Time
3.30pm

In loving memory of the late Molly Skerritt who sadly passed away on 4th February 2015.

Molly was born in Farranfore, County Kerry in Ireland on 23 November 1931. She left Ireland to find work in England when she was 15 and ended up in Lincoln City where she met Paddy Skerritt. They married on 7 February 1953 and moved to Peterborough and then Newborough where they settled. Molly had seven children, thirteen grandchildren and six great grandchildren with another due early March 2015.

A bubbly person, full of life, always ready for a laugh. She will be greatly missed.

Patsy Duffy nee Skerritt wrote

In memory of my fantastic mum whom I miss dearly
Unfortunately she did not get to see my second grandson her great grandson Charlie born 20th February 2015 by 16 days but she will live on in his life through all of us
Love you mum xxxx

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Patricia Duffy donated £117.40 in memory of Mary

This money was raised by those who attended the crematorium in memory of Molly Skerritt.

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Patricia Duffy donated £117.40 in memory of Mary

This money was raised by those who attended the crematorium in memory of Molly Skerritt.

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Teresa Billing donated £90 in memory of Mary

£90 raised by Catherine Harris who did a raffle in memory of her Nan.

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Teresa Billing donated £90 in memory of Mary

This money was raised by Catherine Harris who had a raffle in her Nan's memory.

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mary templeman donated £10 in memory of Mary

i will always remember her offerign to take me on holiday to egypt and the school not letting me go, so when i do finally get to go i will have her in my thoughts.

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mary templeman wrote

she is a wonderful women and when i finally get to go to egypt it will be with the memory of the offer she made to take me there when i was younger but school wouldn't let go.
she will always be in my memories.
love your niece mary

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Bernadette harris nee Skerritt donated £20 in memory of Mary

For my lovely mum who sadly lost the fight she tried so very hard to win but survived for many more years than expected and lived life to the full right up to a couple of weeks before she left us. AN INSPIRATION

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Bernadette harris nee Skerritt donated £20 in memory of Mary

For my Mum who despite having Heart Failure for many years kicked its Butt for many more years than anyone thought possible

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Bernadette Harris nee Skerritt wrote

I hope that we can raise a lot of money to help save lives

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Teresa Billing wrote

Take a look at the photo gallery as found some lovely smiley photos of mum x

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  • That's one thing everyone will remember her for she was always smiling BUT if she was not you needed to run and run VERY FAST as I remember her chasing Teresa with her slipper when we were just girls and trust me my mum ran like the wind! even as she got older she would suddenly kick of her shoes and give chase usually laughing her head off.

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Bernadette Harris nee Skerritt wrote

This lady, my mum was and always will be the strongest woman I have been privileged to know. She had a backbone of steel and a heart as big as a house. I am one of the lucky ones who can call her my mum.

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Beverley caulton wrote

love you Nan xxx

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