Ian Murray Grieve

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Suddenly but peacefully at home on Friday 27th May 2021, Ian, Moat Crescent, Hawick, beloved husband of the late Jean, dear father of Murray and Brian, papa of Craig and Cameron, and brother of Sheena. A private interment will be held in Roberton Cemetery.

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Drew wrote

6th Jun 2021

Condolences to Murray and Brian on the death of your father, my cousin, Ian. I have many happy memories of summer holidays at Shankend. Drew Dalgleish

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Kenneth wrote

2nd Jun 2021

So sorry to hear the sad news about cousin Ian. Many memories of happy times we had at Shankend. Thoughts with all the family.

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Alastair wrote

1st Jun 2021

Sad times family a good friend and cousin - many happy days at Shanked never forgotten.

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Muriel wrote

1st Jun 2021

So sorry to hear the sad news Murray,thoughts with you all x

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Paula wrote

31st May 2021

Thoughts are with you at this sad time. X

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