George (Henry)  RIQUE's Memorial

George (Henry) RIQUE
(1931 - 1975)


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Name: Mr George (Henry) RIQUE
Gender: Male
Age: 43 years old
Lived: Saturday, 4 July 1931 - Tuesday, 1 April 1975

My Story

One thing is for certain, though my life on Earth's no more,

I am closer to you now my love's than I ever was before.

There'll be many rocky roads ahead & many hills to climb....

But together you can do it, taking one step at a time.

It was always my philosophy & I leave this now with you,

That as you give unto the world, the world the world will give to you.

And when the time has come for your spirit to be free,

Remember you're not going ............

You're coming home to me!

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Fathers Name: Henry George Rique
Mothers Name: Ellen Jones (nee Davis)
Spouse's Name: Jean (1951-1953) Pauline (1967-1974)
Children's Names: Graham, Robert (Bob), Georgie, Yvonne, Martin, Lorraine, Helene, Georgina, John (Deceased 1996)
Siblings Names: Lil, Alan & Valerie
Country of Residence: United Kingdom
City of Residence: Bristol
Marital Status: Divorced


Favourite Music Genre: Country
Favourite Artist: Fat's Domino Blueberry Hill, Unchained Melody, Righteous Brothers, Patsy Cline, Jim Reeves
Other Interests:
George was a popular man. He had many friends & acquaintances & was something of a 'ladies man which made him a few enemies as well. He enjoyed going to the pub, playing the piano & he had a vibrant sense of fun about his character.


Place of Passing: Bristol UK
Date of Passing: 1 April 1975
Place of Burial: Avon view Cemetery
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