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Civilian deaths in WW2 Davey
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Special friend Davey
In good times and bad, you were there by my side. Forever I will miss you and the friendship we had. Rest in peace, dear friend, never to be forgotten.

Most of the text is professionally carved but 'Davey' is less skillful. Something about this memorial makes us think that Davey was a pet.

Site: Civilian deaths in WW2 (2 memorials)

E1, Hermitage Riverside Memorial Garden

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Davey

'Special friend Davey', who, we are guessing, was a pet.

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