Something a family historian should never have to do…

..is to record the death of their own child.

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Mark Cox 1989 – 2017

A school friend sent us a letter: I don’t think he will mind me sharing a couple of excerpts;

“It is only in adulthood (often)that you reflect on the qualities of people. Mark was kind, caring, loyal and understanding in every memory I have of him.”
“I will always remember Mark Cox, his kindness, his joy and his unfaltering empathy.”

Rock on Mark, our beautiful son………

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12 thoughts on “Something a family historian should never have to do…

  1. I don’t want to ‘like’ this but it’s an acknowledgement that I’ve read and am feeling pain for you. So sorry for your loss. May his memories warm you on the days cold thoughts try to take over 💜

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  2. I’m so sorry for your loss. Like Ritu, I’m liking this to let you know I’ve read your post, but I wish there were some way I could take your pain away. I can’t imagine what you’re feeling. I’m sending you hugs and prayers and healing vibes.

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