COME TO GLEN AFFRIC - THE SCENE OF PEACE
Come to this place of peace,
Where, the burns are murmering,
The sweet birds all the summer sing,
Where cares and toil and sadness cease!
Stranger, does thy heart deplore
Friends who you will see no more !
Does thy wounded spirit prove
Pangs of hopeless, severed love !
Thee the burns that gushes clear,
Thee the birds that always sing near,
Shall soothe, as silent thou dost lie
And dream of their wild lullaby;
Come to see and bless these scenes of peace,
Where cares and toil and sadness cease- GLEN AFFRIC
For Roy Young, a very special man and a good friend. Robert, Dorte and Robert jnr
Donated by Robert A. Lynch
1st February 2012
1. For our Grandmother Mary Lynch (nee Clinton) and James Lynch, thank you for adopting us. 2. To remember my sister Else and brother in law Alex parents Jim and Isa Goldie. They made an impression on my life which I am grateful for. 3. For Aunt May and Uncle Neil McKichan who gave us (Lynch kids) a home from home.
Donated by Robert Lynch
29th November 2010
27th June 2006
To our father Robert Lynch, born Robert Johnstone Fleming 1919. For our grandfather, James Lynch For Eileen Ahrens In memory of my mother Birgit Christensen, my father Bent LØnsmann Christensen and my sister Marianne Wamsler. From their loving daughter and sister. Dorte
Donated by Robert Alexander Lynch, and Dorte.
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