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March 21, 2018
My very fondest memory of Mrs Fenwick was her creativity for Linda's birthday parties. Her Birthday Cakes were modelled on Disney Princesses and for each of Linda's friends, Mrs Fenwick would make hand illustrated Posters of our Mermaid Selves as a party favour. This kindness and creativity left an impression that has lasted a lifetime. It would have been circa 1973ish. RIP. My sincere condolences to Mark, Hugh & Linda.
March 13, 2018
I have been the lucky to know you cousin from the farm who knew Anne for more than fifty years. Anne gave love, shared a love of language and let me into flashes of a tremendous family.

Joy for life and death.
Farwell and great memories to all.
March 13, 2018
Anne was an excellent journalist, especially knowledgable about antiques. We'd known each other for 60 years and though geographically we were half a world apart we would meet up in Auckland, London or France and it would be as if there hadn't been a pause in conversation. She was warm, sharp and witty and Jack and I will miss her badly.