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In Memory of

Margaret Rosina Mary

Margaret Rosina Mary Lammin was born on 11 December 1933 to Prudence Elizabeth Dickinson, age 28, and Frederick Thomas Lammin, age 30. She had four brothers, Fred, George, Alec & Ken at her birth and later a sister Dorothy and then Len. She married Thomas Edward Bottomley on 23rd

Margaret's story

Mum was born in Greenford at 106, Windmill Lane and later moved to 83, Shadwell Drive, Northolt. She met Eddie at a dance at the Greenwood Hotel whilst he was serving in the RAF. They married 23rd October 1954. Mum worked at Lyons Factory in Greenford until she had her 1st Son. She had various part-time occupations after this including school playground assistant & Ealing Home Help. Eddie & Margaret moved from Northolt to Linton in Derbyshire then Exmouth in Devon but later back to Swadlincote in Derbshire until she passed away. She has spent 6 years being very alone since Eddie died in November 2016. Now she is at peace.

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Margaret Rosina Mary's Tributes

  • I Love You
    Donated by Colin Bottomley
  • Margaret, you will be sadly missed and forever in our hearts. RIP ❤️
    Donated by KEITH BARKS
  • On behalf of the Cremation Donation Box
    Donated by Colin Bottomley
  • To our dear Auntie Marg can’t believe you have gone . At least you are with your beloved Eddie . Say hello to mum for us when you are having one of your endless cups of tea together Love Angie and Tony xx
    Donated by Angela Lee
  • Was thinking of you yesterday Auntie Margaret at the chapel Launde Abbey near to where we live, miss you x ❤️
    Donated by Joyce Bottomley
  • To Nan 🤍 We have shared so many wonderful memories throughout our time in this world together but I'm finding it so very difficult to contemplate that you're no longer here. I wish I could pick up the phone to hear your voice & tell you how much I love you. If we could just sit for a cuddle & a chat with a cup of tea together before anything else. Listen to your stories about growing up with your family in Greenford & Hanwell, coping with being evacuated & falling bombs, meeting my grandad at the dancehall, all the endless stories of my dad growing up with my uncles & auntie, looking after my mum when she came to London & all of the memories with my sister & cousins from sleepovers at your house in Northolt to trips to the Bunny Park. You were never tired of playing word games & board games for hours, you shouted at the bullies in Lime Trees Park, fed teenage me weekly roast dinners, had an endless supply of chocolate bars in your fridge & managed to find a way to sneak a 50p piece in our hands at the end of every visit. You welcomed Catherine & treated her like one of your own grandchildren. We loved the privilege of Ben & Charlotte having Great Grandparents & they grew to be old enough to realise how special that time was too! My comfort is that you feel no more aches, pains or sadness without my Grandad by your side. God knows how you kept going but I am very grateful to everyone including family, neighbours, friends who stepped in to help when you needed it. I really could not have wished for a better Nan. Thank you for everything. Love from your oldest Grandson, Stuart & Catherine, Ben & Charlotte 🤍
    Donated by Stuart Bottomley
  • Love and miss you always Nanny Bottomley xxx
    Donated by Helena Crabtree
  • Miss you Mum xxx
    Donated by Steve Bottomley

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