Friday, 5 June 2015

Ernest, Hoyle - Private (90784)

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10th Battalion,
Sherwood Foresters,
Died of wounds
17th June 1918,
Age 29
Buried St Sever Cemetery Extension, Rouen.

Newspaper Memorials:

In loving memory of our dear Brother, Signaller Ernest Hoyle, who died of wounds in France, June 17th 1918.

"Oft to our eyes the tears will come,
But we smile and hide our pain,
For we somehow feel that the one we love,
We'll some day meet again."

From Mary, Alice and Bill.

'Tis sweet to know we'll meet again,
Where partings are no more,
And that the one we loved so well,
Has only gone before."

From Lizzie, Walter and Dick

"We shall never forget him,
We loved him too dearly,
For his memory to fade,
From our hearts like a dream.

The lips need not speak,
When the heart mourns sincerely,
For grief often dwells,
Where it seldom is seen."

From Jim and Annie.

"Too far away thy grave to see,
But not too far to think of thee,
There is a link death cannot sever,
Love and remembrance last for ever."

From his loving Sister and Brother, Linda and Jack

"Somewhere abroad he peacefully rests,
Far from his home and those he loved best;
Still deep in our hearts his memory we keep,
Dear is the grave where he now lies asleep."

From his sorrowing Brother and Sister, Fred and Mary Ellen.

Just when his hopes were brightest,
Just when his thoughts were best,
He was taken from this world of sorrow,
To that of eternal rest."
"Ever remembered."


"Not now, but in the coming years,
It may be in the Better lane,
We'll read the meaning of our tears,
And there, some time, we'll understand."

From his sorrowing Sisters.