Hugh Dominic Campbell-O'Neill's memorial grove
16th May 1991 - 21st November 2000br /For your 18th birthday

Hugh Dominic Campbell-O'Neill grove

And did you get what

you wanted from this life,

even so?

I did.

And what did you want?

To call myself beloved,

to feel myself

beloved on the earth.

(Raymond Carver)

With love from Mum, Dad and Thomas

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Hugh, you are still in our thoughts. 11th Portobello Cubs

Donated by 11th Portobello Cubs

13th May 2014

With much love and prayers. Dawn x

Donated by Dawn Kennedy

18th May 2012

We think of you often Hugh and especially now in your 21st year. We send our love to you. Ian, Eva, Simon and Carlyn (Brown) xxx

Donated by Eva Brown

14th May 2012

Hugh you are still in our thoughts at this time of year.We know you would have become a great man. Thomas, Stephen, Maya and Marion( Tilleys)

Donated by marion ulas

28th November 2011

30th April 2009

We will always remember you for the joy you gave. Pauline and Ronald Rae Hugh, we wish we could celebrate your 18th birthday with you - you are still greatly missed. Liam and Mhairi x x We had so little time together yet you gave us the happiest of memories and found a place in our hearts for always. Paul, Margaret, David and Sarah Callow Birthday memories of Hugh on his 18th. Ever in our thoughts. Love Aunti Vi, Uncle Jack and family. Aunt Ross, Uncle Bob, Rachel, Lee and Kevin. In remembrance. Richard and Sheila Seed Hugh, we knew you for such a short time, but our memories of you will live forever in our hearts. Much love on your 18th birthday from the Whalley Family. We often think of you, Hugh. Wishing you the greatest joy. With love, Gill & Carl xxx

Donated by Ian Campbell, Pauline and Ronald Rae, M.J.M. Campbell, Liam and Mhairi, Sheila Moroney, Paul, Margaret, David and Sarah Callow, Margaret McVay, Aunti Vi, Uncle Jack and family. Aunt Ross, Uncle Bob, Rachel, Lee and Kevin, Richard and Sheila Seed, Anne Cob

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Scots pine against a summer blue sky.
Twinflowers in bloom on pine woodland floor.
A Scotch argus butterfly on common ragwort.
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