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Signs detail cemetery’s long history

Saturday 3 February 2018 | Published in Local

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Signs detail cemetery’s long history
Walker (second left) with (from left) her husband Paul, Australian Lynne Keath and family, and other members and supporters of the Nikao Cemetery Restoration Project, including Liam Kokaua (far right) and Paula Paniani (kneeling at front). 18013122

‘For the struggle and terrible pain that stopped your wandering steps in this distant place, for the longing and grief that remained in the hearts of your beloved parents, sisters and brothers.’

‘For the struggle and terrible pain that stopped your wandering steps in this distant place, for the longing and grief that remained in the hearts of your beloved parents, sisters and brothers.’


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