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You may already know what inscription you would like, to maybe reflect words already on the memorial stone.  You may also find more ideas by looking at other memorials in the cemetery or churchyard.  We include some suggestions below to give you some guidance and ideas for words that you may like to consider...

Precious Memories of
Born 10th June 1928
Died 1st October 1996
Rest In Peace

Treasured Memories Of...
With Love We Remember...
Cherished Memories Of...
In Loving Memory Of...
Sacred To The Memory Of...

Died 2nd Oct. 1912, Aged 88

19th May 1934 – 9th Feb 1990
1927 – 1998
7.12.1965 – 18.12.1997

Who Passed Away 12.5.1998
Aged 75 years

SUNRISE 1932 – SUNSET 2002

Fell Asleep 25th July 2001

God Took You From Our Home
But Never From Our Hearts

Gone but not forgotten

A Little Flower Lent Not Given
To Bud On Earth & Bloom in Heaven

Peace, Perfect Peace

Greatly Loved & Sadly Missed

Loves Last Gift, Remembrance

Those we love don’t go away,
They walk beside us everyday

Called to Rest

Forever in Our Hearts

Gone is the face we loved so dear
Silent the voice we loved to hear

Sweet are the Memories that never fade

God Bless

Our Darling Daughter...
A Devoted Brother...
A Loving Wife, Mom & Nan...
The Dearly Loved Husband Of...
A Beloved Friend...


Till we meet again

Remembered with a smile.

Inscription styles

The style of lettering that you select for your memorial can be a very personal choice.  If you have an existing inscription, we can match it (and re-gild it if required) so that it all looks uniform.  If you are choosing a style for a new memorial, please select from the range below.  It may help you to look at other cemetery or churchyard memorials alongside these styles, thus allowing you to see an idea of the finish result.

Inscription styles