Peace is not won by those who fiercely guard their differences but by those who, with open minds and hearts, seek out connections
By Katherine Paterson
1st February 1918
28th November 2000
Cornwall United Kingdom
Mother of Howard, Cherry and Stella
Mother-in-law of Ian, Tim, Chris and Janice
Grandmother of Glenn, Sean and Adam - Roisin, Siobhan and Alana
Great Grandmother of Libbie Mai Williams
Coming originally from Dublin Maureen, as she liked to be known, moved to England for work where she met her husband Howard. They had three children and lived in Summerfields Avenue, Hurst Green near to Blackheath in the West Midlands.
In later years she moved to live with daughter Cherry in Cornwall where she ended her days happily.
Remembered By World Of Remembrance
Created On 14th February 2001
|By Chris on 1st February 2007
Happy birthday Mom
|By Chris on 2nd February 2006
Thinking of you
|By Chris on 28th November 2005
I am a Nan now aswell. My little grandaughter is eight months old and is such a beautiful girl. Miss you.
|By add on 18th February 2005
eh up nan
thought id say hello and let you know that me and kirstie are having a baby-
if its a boy were going to name it after moms dad- job we going to spell it a bit different though--joab-but still pronounced the same-
|By Chris on 1st February 2005
Thinking of you today Mom
|By Chris on 28th November 2004
Goodnight Mom. I miss you.
|By Christine Williams on 4th August 2004
Deep peace of the running wave to you
Deep peace of the flowing air to you
Deep peace of the quiet earth to you
Deep peace of the shining stars to you
Deep peace of the gentle night to you
Moon and stars fall their healing light on you
|By Chris on 28th November 2003
Thinking of you today Mom. Remembering the day you walked in the door at the house in Wordsley when I had just got home with Glenn and you saying "hello Mom" I think you were the first person to call me Mom. Bless you. I miss you so much.
|By Chris on 1st February 2003
Remembering you on your birthday Mom
Love from Chris
|By Chris on 30th November 2002
Its been two years since we lost you. I have been down to Mousehole to spend some time where you were. We walked along the path by the sea where you used to walk Tammy. You will always be missed Mom.
Love as always
|By Chris on 26th September 2002
Miss you still. I often find that I need to speak to you. You always knew what to say to make me feel better
Love as always
|By Adam on 4th May 2002
still remember the fig rolls nan, and the goody cupboard under the stairs.
|By Shan on 14th April 2002
It was good to see you again in Cornwall.