Plaque

Margaret Nakajima

Inscription

This tree was planted to the glory of god in praise and thanks for the life of Margaret Nakajima, a lady who loved this garden and who is sadly missed.

Site: Margaret Nakajima (1 memorial)

E1, Elder Gardens

We don't know when the tree was planted but presume it was a sapling at the time. We photographed it in 2013 so anyone who knows their tree growth stats could make an educated guess.

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Margaret Nakajima

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Margaret Nakajima

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