Dignified Remembrance

Headstone Inscriptions Berkshire

We understand the difficulty in summarising our thoughts and emotions at a time of bereavement; sometimes words alone cannot convey our innermost feelings. In light of this, listed below are some examples of inscription words and verses that may help to provide inspiration in forming a personal and everlasting message.

Note: The first 100 letters of any inscription are included in the price of all products excluding cremation memorials and vases.

In ever loving memory of
A dear wife and Mother
Jane Mary Smith
Who fell asleep
25th February 1985
Aged 81 Years
Cherished memories
of our beloved Father
Richard Hudson
1914 - 1998
To live in the hearts of
Those we love is not to die
Out of the depth I have cried to thee
“Hear my prayer”
Rest in peace
Father in thy gracious keeping
Leave we now our loved one sleeping
The Lord is my shepherd
I shall not want

Peace perfect peace

Grant him thy eternal rest

Rest after weariness

Thy will be done

At rest Reunited
A loving husband and father
Is now at rest
For each of us he did his best
His love was great
His heart was kind
A beautiful memory left behind
Sacred to the memory of...
In loving memory of...
In affectionate memory of...
Treasured memories of...
To the dear memory of...
Who died
Who passed away
Who entered into rest
Who departed this life
In Gods keeping
Love's last gift remembrance
As long as memory lives
Those we love never die
For as long as we live and remember,
They are with us
Too dearly loved to be forgotten
His life a beautiful memory
His absence a silent grief
Jesus called a little child unto him
To live in the hearts of those we love
Is not to die
Gone are the days
We used to share
But in our hearts
You're always there
On earth one gentle soul less
In heaven one angel more
Gone is the face we loved So dear
Silent the voice we loved To hear
Resting in the Lord
A tiny flower lent not given
To bud on earth and bloom in heaven
All through your suffering
Great patience you bore
Till God called you home
To suffer no more
God sees when the footsteps falter
When the pathway has grown too steep
So he touches the drooping eyelids
And giveth his loved one sleep
Remembered with a smile
Always in our thoughts
Forever in our hearts