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Celebration and Thanksgiving service for Myrthlin Watson

Funeral Live Streaming @ The Rock Church - Walthamstow
& Manor Park Crematorium

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Shauna wrote on 08/04/2024 at 11:35 pm
Rest well Aunt Myrth. Thank you for being my second mother when I would visit. Always took great care of me, and made sure I was well fed; including thr cups of tea you would bring to me when I would attempt to sleep in.

Thank you taking care of Dad when he lived there, and for your undeniable love for Uncle Horace.

To Gary, Steven, Carvelle, Barbara and all family & friends… condolences and may you all find the strength in the love and memory of Aunt Myrth.
Paul Jarvis wrote on 31/03/2024 at 11:26 am
Aunty Mert. What a beautiful soul.

We grew up on Palatine Road, and became very close to the Watson family. Although we were neighbours, we grew up like family. Hence Mrs Watson is affectionately known to me as my Aunty Mert.

I spent so many hours in her company growing up, this continued into my adulthood. We’d decorate cakes together, iron clothes for the week, make patties together. We’d share so many jokes together, and chatted about EVERYTHING 🙂

Aunty Mert loved to cook, she always ensured that when I left the house, I never left empty handed… her words were, “here is a LIKKLE something fi you”.

Aunty Mert was one of my greatest supporters, non judgmental, kind, she had a great sense of humour, at the same time she would put you in your place, that never happened to me much 🙂

Rest in peace Aunty Mert, and thank you for the wonderful memories.

Condolences to my bestie Carvelle, Stephen and Gary.
Simon wrote on 27/03/2024 at 9:02 am
Mrs Watson was a lovely, beautiful lady a excellent cook, and baked lovely cakes. She was always full of joy and laughter but she also can be serious when she ready. You will be missed Mrs Watson I pray God's peace for the family.
Simon and Ruthlyn
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