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Jean Elizabeth Florence Schofield

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  1. Nanny I love you and you are my heart. You were very kind and I loved playing with you and being with you and doing lots of stuff. Thank you for my lovely knitted things and showing me how to knit. XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX.

  2. Jean, you have set the bar high for us. Your generosity, kindness and just get on with it ways have benefitted your family, friends and the wider community. Your frienship has been fun and we have enjoyed much laughter since you came to live in Wareham. These will remain treasured times and you will be warmly remembered often.

    Deepest respects and love to you. Safe journey xx

  3. Darling Jean you have left me with so many memories. Our childhood at Kings Somborne and Exbury our summer trips to the sea at Hill Head and Leap and so much more. I shall never forget you. Sleep tight precious. Much love Brian xxxxxxx

  4. So many good memories of you dearest Jeanie over the years especially at Exbury with Great Aunt Bet , Great Uncle Les & Tony Maggiore.
    Your laugh carried us all through when we were kids.
    Especially remember the time when you were thrilled to bits when Fiona & Neil announced they were having Wren.
    Always in our hearts Patrick, Naomi, Karen & Sean xx

    Patrick, Naomi, Karen & Sean
  5. God bless Jean

    Alan and Barb Warner
  6. Dear Jeanie (aka ‘Little’ Jean)

    How many lovely memories we have from the times we shared with you in Kings Somborne and Exbury along with our parents and grandparents.

    Reunited back with your Mum and Dad

    Good night God bless

    Vannah, Francis and Melanie ( ‘big’ Jean’s children) xxx

  7. We only met a few years ago Jean yet we became friends quite quickly. We had lots in common, grandchildren – it was obvious whenever you spoke of Wren that she was the apple of your eye.
    Daughters – you were so very proud of Fiona and all of her achievements. My daughter living in Yateley where Cliff once was a pub landlord.
    Son-in-law’s – yours often driving up to Aldershot for work and mine starting up his own business there selling cars, you and Cliff even drove up there to purchase a car from him to help him on his way!
    I really enjoyed our Friday afternoon gatherings at the library, we would always have a laugh about something or other – what good times we had.
    I shall miss you greatly Jean, may you now rest in peace. X

    Stephanie Alda

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