In Lucknow, as in other parts of the world, graves mean little to some people, but a search on the internet proves otherwise! What one will find on this blog isn't even 'a drop in the vast ocean' of tears that would have been shed if it were possible to calculate. The names, the sad poetry, quotes and expression of grief of the loved ones all being ground to dust.
"...We always say that the history of a parish is in its graveyards..." Passage West (from a blog and book by Jim Murphy)
Sunday, May 1, 2016
Klyne Collins Aitkins 1907-1989
IN LOVING MEMORY OF KLYNE COLLINS AITKINS (Retired from the railway) Born 23-9-1907 Died 2-8-1989 * ETERNAL REST GRANT HIM O LORD AND MAY THE LIGHT OF THY COUNTENANCE SHINE UPON HIM * Father of Klyne and Late Robin (died 1980) Brother of Mervyn Aitkins (retired from railway died in road accident)