Margaret Coupland (10 Jul 1935 - 2 May 2020)

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In loving memory of Margaret Coupland who sadly passed away on 2nd May 2020

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Paul,Zena & family £20.00 Linda £20.00 Eileen & Mark £20.00

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Charlie Hunter donated £10 in memory of Margaret

Love & thoughts with all the family from
Charlie & Janet Hunter xx

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There £20.00 from sheila and donald from bridlington x

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A lovely photo of my wonderful Auntie Margaret and Uncle Sid at my christening in May 1960.  What beautiful childhood/adulthood memories I have. They were the best Auntie & Uncle (Godparents) I could ever wish for. I will miss them immensely. God Bless.

A lovely photo of my wonderful Auntie Margaret and Uncle Sid at my christening in May 1960. What beautiful childhood/adulthood memories I have. They were the best Auntie & Uncle (Godparents) I could ever wish for. I will miss them immensely. God Bless.

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1948

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Photo was probably for Ian's christening in 1961

Photo was probably for Ian's christening in 1961

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Not sure what year this is but would have been before 1965 (I think)

Not sure what year this is but would have been before 1965 (I think)

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  • It was taken at Dear Street, Market Rasen - most likely Neville's christening 1954. They were wonderful folk, always happy to welcome visitors, always so kind. Will always be missed xx

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Margaret & Sid in 1993

Margaret & Sid in 1993

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The happy couple - 14th July 1956

The happy couple - 14th July 1956

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Mum u was always there in good and bad times u will always in my heart back with dad again don't give him to much earache miss u always xx

Mum u was always there in good and bad times u will always in my heart back with dad again don't give him to much earache miss u always xx

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The best nanna and grandad anyone could ever have can’t believe you are both gone you meant the world to me and I will miss you both so much

The best nanna and grandad anyone could ever have can’t believe you are both gone you meant the world to me and I will miss you both so much

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Allan Jeavons donated £30 in memory of Margaret

Auntie Margaret and Uncle Sid were a couple who demonstrated a deep love and affection for each other, I always think of them as a couple, as they were never very far from each other. Sadly Uncle Sid passed in October last year, 64 years since their wedding in 1956. I was their bridesmaid in a long green “rustling” dress, made for me by Auntie Margaret’s Mum. Auntie Margaret had been working at Curtis’s in Silver Street, Lincoln selling cooked and uncooked meats. In those days her parents lived in Gaunt Street with their dog, where I visited for the dress fitting.

Initially Uncle Sid and Auntie Margaret went to live in a converted Nissen Hut at Rand, not far from Uncle George and Auntie Vera, who had been married for just four weeks. I was staying with Auntie Vera and Uncle George at Fulnetby, and I remember walking with Auntie Vera to visit Auntie Margaret, while the men were at work; she made us so welcome. Both couples would later move to Tennyson House in Dunholme and it was about this time that I was given an autograph book, in which Auntie Margaret wrote, “If you have a mother, treasure her with care, for you’ll never know her value until you see the vacant chair.” A poem that is now so poignant. Uncle Sid and Auntie Margaret would ultimately moved to Allwood Road.

I remember when I was talking with Auntie Margaret after Uncle Sid’s quadruple heart bypass, she said, “I think it did more at him watching me water his garden than anything else.”

They have always held a very special place in my heart, I will miss them, as will all our family.

With our love, thoughts and prayers for all the family at this time.

Eileen xxx

8th May 2020

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Auntie Margaret and Uncle Sid were a couple who demonstrated a deep love and affection for each other, I always think of them as a couple, as they were never very far from each other. Sadly Uncle Sid passed in October last year, 64 years since their wedding in 1956. I was their bridesmaid in a long green “rustling” dress, made for me by Auntie Margaret’s Mum. Auntie Margaret had been working at Curtis’s in Silver Street, Lincoln selling cooked and uncooked meats. In those days her parents lived in Gaunt Street with their dog, where I visited for the dress fitting.

Initially Uncle Sid and Auntie Margaret went to live in a converted Nissen Hut at Rand, not far from Uncle George and Auntie Vera, who had been married for just four weeks. I was staying with Auntie Vera and Uncle George at Fulnetby, and I remember walking with Auntie Vera to visit Auntie Margaret, while the men were at work; she made us so welcome. Both couples would later move to Tennyson House in Dunholme and it was about this time that I was given an autograph book, in which Auntie Margaret wrote, “If you have a mother, treasure her with care, for you’ll never know her value until you see the vacant chair.” A poem that is now so poignant. Uncle Sid and Auntie Margaret would ultimately moved to Allwood Road.

I remember when I was talking with Auntie Margaret after Uncle Sid’s quadruple heart bypass, she said, “I think it did more at him watching me water his garden than anything else.”

They have always held a very special place in my heart, I will miss them, as will all our family.

With our love, thoughts and prayers for all the family at this time.

Eileen Jeavons

8th May 2020

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Eileen Jeavons wrote

Auntie Margaret and Uncle Sid were a couple who demonstrated a deep love and affection for each other, I always think of them as a couple, as they were never very far from each other. Sadly Uncle Sid passed in October last year, 64 years since their wedding in 1956. I was their bridesmaid in a long green “rustling” dress, made for me by Auntie Margaret’s Mum. Auntie Margaret had been working at Curtis’s in Silver Street, Lincoln selling cooked and uncooked meats. In those days her parents lived in Gaunt Street with their dog, where I visited for the dress fitting.

Initially Uncle Sid and Auntie Margaret went to live in a converted Nissen Hut at Rand, not far from Uncle George and Auntie Vera, who had been married for just four weeks. I was staying with Auntie Vera and Uncle George at Fulnetby, and I remember walking with Auntie Vera to visit Auntie Margaret, while the men were at work; she made us so welcome. Both couples would later move to Tennyson House in Dunholme and it was about this time that I was given an autograph book, in which Auntie Margaret wrote, “If you have a mother, treasure her with care, for you’ll never know her value until you see the vacant chair.” A poem that is now so poignant. Uncle Sid and Auntie Margaret would ultimately moved to Allwood Road.

I remember when I was talking with Auntie Margaret after Uncle Sid’s quadruple heart bypass, she said, “I think it did more at him watching me water his garden than anything else.”

They have always held a very special place in my heart, I will miss them, as will all our family.

With our love, thoughts and prayers for all the family at this time.

Eileen Jeavons

8th May 2020

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R.I.P Margaret reunited with Sid xxx

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