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Testimonials

 


"Although initially the news brought back all the sadness and pain from all those years ago, I now feel comfort and peace from knowing where my baby is laid to rest. The fact that i now have a special place to go too be close to her is wonderful."

Tracy Taylor  - Bereaved Mother

 


For 39 years l had no idea where my darling stillborn baby girl was, although l carried her in my heart everyday. You found her resting place for me, and have given me profound peace knowing l can go to be near her whenever l need to, thankyou, you were my guardian angel ,xxx

 Gillian Zima  - Bereaved Mother

 


Thank you so much for helping us to find our babies burial-place, which we thought we might never find. We have never experienced the kind of amazing service that you provided to us in any walk of life and will be eternally indebted to you.

Derek & Jean  Shaw - Bereaved Parents

 


Thanks to "Brief Lives - Remembered", I have been able to obtain a Birth Certificate for the brother I never really knew I had. I still find this discovery very moving

Susan Miller - Bereaved Sister

 


My own search led me up many blind alleys, and I was going to be unsuccessful, until I tried the "Brief Lives - Remembered" website, and in no time we had the information we needed. We are going to visit the grave very soon,and we will have closure at last. after 45 years of wondering.

Ann & Bill Mellows - Bereaved Parents

 


I found your website a beautiful inspiration.

Jonathan Graham - Wandsworth Bereavement Services
 
 

Thank you so much for finding my mother's daughter, my so much-loved and missed sister. Your work is so treasured and we could not have done this without your help. 

Bernadette Bedward - Bereaved Sister

 


“It means everything to me to find out where my daughter’s resting place is”

Linda Dardis - Bereaved Mother

 


“I feel as if a missing piece of the jigsaw puzzle has been found”.

Beverley Beaumont

 


"Finding my stillborn sister's resting place was a source of sadness and joy for me, sadness because she was not here with me. Joy that I know where she is now.”

Jenny Willis - Bereaved Sister

 


“Finding the final resting place of a baby is one of the most important requests we receive.  In our experience a mother’s grief does not go away and when we receive that first tentative enquiry  sometimes from quite elderly ladies, we recognise the importance of finding something tangible to link to the baby’s existence. Providing written evidence and an exact location with the prospect of placing a lasting memorial gives a sense of closure for what may have been as long as fifty years of grieving”.

Audrey Ellis - Bereavement Services, Dartford Cemeteries