COVID Online book of remembrance
Welcome to Haringey’s bereavement book, a place of remembrance for your loved ones who have died as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The coronavirus pandemic has had a devastating effect on families across the UK, particularly in London, and in Haringey.
Behind every statistic is a real person with families and friends who are suffering from the loss of a loved one.
On this page we can reflect, remember and celebrate their life.
If you or someone you know has lost a loved as a result of COVID-19, please tell us about them here.
In the future we plan to transfer the memorials to a hard copy book and place it in Bruce Castle as a lasting tribute.
John A. Barker
- Year of birth: 1929
My teacher, mentor and friend, John Barker, FZSL, advisor to the FSC, died after being returned to his care home from hospital.
A respected long-time editor of the Journal of Biological Education, wine connoisseur and lively wit.
A lovely man.
- Lez Weintrobe
Alice May Batty
- Year of birth: 1941
Alice was a very loved sister, auntie and great auntie.
She gave us all her love and will be sadly missed, but never forgotten.
God bless you.
All our love Elaine, Dave, Sam, Sean and Hayley
- Samantha Archer
- Year of birth: 1940
Our beautiful mum, grandmother and wife.
The rock of this family, our lives will never be the same again.
But your love, kindness and passion continue to live through us.
Until we meet again.
- Selda Beyzade
- Year of birth: 1960
A dear friend, lost but never forgotten. I will miss all our happy times but I have some wonderful memories.
Rest in Peace my smiling angel.
- Tracey Lumley
- Year of birth: 1946
Wish I could say bye just one last time, you was not meant to leave so early.
Now you are with your wife and my mum.
I will always remember you both.
- Andrew Costis
Shirley May Goddard
- Year of birth: 1937
In loving memory My Mum.
Thank you for loving us all.
Thank you for being so devoted to all your grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
You are missed beyond any expressions of words that can be written.
May you forever rest in peace.
- Tracey Goddard
Micheal Andrew Lymer
- Year of birth: 1961
I lost my best friend when COVID took my brother.
I feel that I have lost part of myself.
I will never forget you or stop loving you.
I miss you so so much.
Your ever-loving Sis.
- Karen Blackwell
Margaret Warrender Roscoe
- Year of birth: 1932
My amazing mum has gone.
I am heartbroken.
Mum taught me so much about resilience, love, life and loss.
She was classy, funny, kind and sassy, clever and intensely loyal.
I will miss her forever and I am immensely proud of her.
- Alice Martin
- Year of birth: 1939
Our dad was the best.
Stubborn a lot of the time, but had a heart of gold and always putting himself before others.
He was a fantastic grandfather also and loved his seven grandkids more than words can say.
- Maria Graham
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