A Grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands
Sybil and Alan's Grove
In loving Memory of my husband
Alan George Baldwin

30 Dec 1941 to 27 Mar 2008

Alan and I

In loving memory of my Best friend, Soul-mate and Husband Alan George Baldwin
You gave me Love, Strength, and Support,
You believed in me you helped me believe in myself 
You were "The Wind Beneath My Wings" 

" Remember me with smiles and laughter,
  For that is how I shall Remember you, 
  If you can only remember me with tears,
  Then don't remember me at all" 

7 years since you passed, it seems like only yesterday,
We met online though our love of Genealogy, we were looking for our ancestors and found love, 
I guess the ancestors decided two chatters Alangeo1 and Prophetess needed each other,
you had an amazing sense of humor, even in those darkest days it shone through. 
When we were told time was short you asked me to give this message to our fellow genealogy chatters
"My first job as Clerk will be to get the paper work all in order
and sort out some of these ancestors for you"

and very much remembered on Rootschat today.
You encouraged me with my photography, and made me promise to join the camera club, 
I kept that promise, I didn't know then all the wonderful friends I would make, or what I could achieve,
Thank you for the Dragon Fly! 



My Love

My Love he was a handsome man 
The finest one could be, 
He had sailed upon the ocean 
And far off out to sea. 

His smile was so bright,
His eyes like the stars above 
And everywhere he went
He filled the room with love.

He always knew he would 
break my heart 
Right from the very start,
He had so much love to give 
And memories to make,

To help me through
my darkest days 
When my heart 
he'd have to break

Now he is my Angel
He Guides me from above 
And each and every day 
I can still feel his love 

Forever and always 
Sybil xxxx

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Sybil  donation27/03/2008 - 27/03/2019

11 years since we said goodbye RIP
Sweet is your memory,
Precious your name,
Deep in our hearts,
You will always remain.


Donated by Sybil

26th March 2019

Sybil  donation27/03/2008 - 27/03/2018
10 years today since you left us,
Gone But Not Forgotten
Sybil xx

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27th March 2018

Sybil  donationRemembering you on our 10th Wedding Anniversary
on the 10th October 2017,
"Our lives are better left to chance
I could have missed the pain
But I'd have to miss the dance"
Forever in my heart xx

Donated by Sybil

6th October 2017

Sybil  donation9 Years You've Been Gone,
Your Memory Lives On In Our Hearts,
Remembered For Ever and Always,

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23rd March 2017

Sybil donationToday 30-12-16, Would have been your 75th birthday,

A Smile for all, A heart of gold,
The very best this world could hold
Never selfish, Always Kind
Those are the memories you left behind
Miss you x

Donated by Sybil

30th December 2016

Sybil donationHappy Anniversary, 10th October 2007,
Forever and Always in My Heart xxxx

Donated by Sybil

10th October 2016

Sybil  donationRemembering you is easy, I do it everyday
I feel you walk beside me each step of the way,
and in my heart I hold you forever and a day

8 years ago today feels like only yesterday, Miss you xxxx

Donated by Sybil

31st March 2016

I'm grateful for each day you gave me
For all the joy you brought to my life
For every dream you made come true
I'm everything I am Because you loved me
Happy Birthday,
Love and Miss You xxxx

Donated by Sybil

30th December 2015

Sybil  donationHappy Anniversary My Love.
On our 8th wedding anniversary today the 10 October,
I loved you then, I love you still and I always will,
For Ever and Always xxxx

Donated by Sybil

12th October 2015

Sybil  donationMiss you, Forever and Always xxxxx

Donated by Sybil

23rd July 2015

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Your grove of trees

The trees in this grove will be carefully planted in protected sites in the Scottish Highlands where they will create homes for wildlife and forests for the future.

Scots pine against a summer blue sky.
Twinflowers in bloom on pine woodland floor.
A Scotch argus butterfly on common ragwort.
In loving Memory of my husband
Alan George Baldwin's grove
Trees in this grove: 34

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