Online Condolence Book

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A quick guide

What is an Online Condolence Book ?

An Online Condolence Book or Online Book of Condolence is a webpage on which relatives, friends and colleagues may record their condolences after the death of a family member or after a great tragedy affects the wider community. They may also be referred to as Online Remembrance Books or Online Memory Books.

Traditionally condolence books are usually provided during  a funeral for mourners to leave their messages or maybe placed in public places for members of the general public to use. When closed, the books are usually given to the relatives of the deceased or archived. Reviewing a condolence book may help grieving relatives come to terms with the reality of their loss.

Digital or Online Condolence Books can now be placed on the Internet so people may write their thoughts on-line.

Our Online Condolence Books can be viewed on mobile, tablet or desktop devices and are a modern alternative to a printed book.

Messages of condolence can be added using either of the following four methods textual, audio, video or handwritten and photoed.

It is not necessary to create an account at Remembrance Book to leave a message.

Messages can also include photos or videos uploaded with the message.

Creating an Online Condolence Book requires the owner of the book to register and create an account with Remembrance Book  (this is free).

An Online Condolence Book can be edited and changed at any time only by the registered owner. Editing by anyone other than the registered owner is not allowed.

During the current COVID-19 pandemic our Online Condolence Books can be useful as a safe socially distanced way to collect memories and condolences from friends, colleagues and family worldwide.

Once an Online Condolence Book is complete it can optionally be ordered as a hardcopy printed book.

See below for the list of features of our Online Condolence Books.

For further information on Condolence Books please see more info…

To get started and create an Online Condolence Book  please click here…

 

  • Worldwide Access

    Invite friends family and colleagues located anywhere to contribute their comments and memories

  • COVID-19

    A socially distanced method of collecting condolence messages and memories.

  • Long Lasting

    Once created an online Condolence Book becomes a modern long lasting tribute to a loved one.

  • Restricted Editing

    Only the registered owner of a Condolence Book has full control to edit, add or delete its content. Site content is moderated by Remembrance Book.

  • Security

    Remembrance Book protects the security of your data with the latest encryption techniques and Secure Socket Layer (SSL) protocol.

  • Unique Web Address

    Each Condolence Book has its own web address which you can share with friends and family.

  • Printed Book

    Optionally, for additional cost after all messages have been received a hard copy printed book of the Online Condolence Book may be purchased.

  • Email Support

    Access to free help and support by email.

  • Social Media

    Share your Condolence Book on social media

  • Low Cost

    They are available in various sizes, a 20 message book is free, 40 messages costs £9.99, 80 messages £14.99, 200 messages £24.99, 500 messages £39.99 and our largest book allowing up to 1000 messages costs £59.99.

Our Latest Condolence Messages

Martin

RIP Vanar. You were a good friend through the good and bad times and will be missed. Condolences to Indira and family.

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Kassim

Your sudden demise still comes as a rude shock to me, you will forever be remembered for your motherly love to all and ever radiant smile on your face, it is my prayers that God...

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Abies

Growing  up I never thought we will be close,the first time I really saw you was in  mekediskian church in uwaifo you were praying  as I walked pass in the morning  going to work,in my...

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Trevor & Jackie Ritchie

Absolute gentleman forever our friend Derek you’ll never be forgotten our memories off you will last forever. xx ❤

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Abies

Where will I start from you were an amazing mum to your kids, a wonderful wife to her husband always corporated with him to achieve  the best .you loved your siblings and extended  the love...

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Suzanne Kponton

Always smiling, laughing in the playground, chatting and greeting as she passed by…. a woman with a big heart and a lot of patience….. she loved and cared for the little people around her always...

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Bishop & Mrs Chy Chukwuegu JP

We at His Glory Chapel Celebrate the life of a great mother and minister of the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ. Rest in perfect peace Bishop & Rev Mrs Chy Chukwuegu JP    

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Jayne Davis

Dear Jenny, my friend. I loved and will miss our conversations about our growing families and our mutual passion for our profession. You loved your family so much, each and every one of them and...

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Rosie Leaman

I was really sorry to hear about Will – I remember him as being always friendly and cheerful when I used to see him at Gradshare and around L1. He will be sorely missed.

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Robert Long

To Andrew’s family: I was very shocked to hear that Andrew has died.  My thoughts are with you at this sad time.    He was a great colleague to work with; he was very kind...

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Mary Stapleton

Condolences to Uncle Phil and family on the sad passing of Aunty Noreen. Lovely memories of visits and her warm welcome. May she rest in peace. Mary /Danny Donegal 

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John Mullen

I could not have had a better Mother-in-law. Thanks for all the dinners and laughs. You will be missed. Rest in peace, Noreen. Love big Johnx

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Chris

I’ve worked with Jas for many years although we’ve never sadly met in person. A lovely lady who always made me feel happier after a conversation with her, such a gentle and positive person. The...

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Dan Harrison

Gary, Nothing was too much trouble and nothing seemed to faze you. My thoughts are with your family in this difficult time. Dan

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Linda

I will always miss Jas’ ready smile and her unending kindness to everyone.  A big gap has been left where you once were. Rest In Peace Dearest Jas. My thoughts and prayers will always be...

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Vicky Evans

Well Grandad, Mr T, Big Al, Alan – what can we say. We’ll leave your singing aside for a moment! Thank you always for your incredibly warm welcome – such happy memories at Middlestone House. ...

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Mary Mullen

Mum, Not only were you fierce in your love and protection of your immediate family but you quietly and discreetly helped so many people who were down on their luck. A well thought of and...

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Clare White

Gary, you always put a smile on our faces – you’d arrive at the Telford office, claiming to have ‘altitude sickness’ from travelling so far ‘north’, telling us about your journey (using lots of four-letter...

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Janet Wright

xx Jas – Missing you already so much xx  Love, Best Wishes & Strength to your Family and Friends at this very difficult & incomprehensible time. Thank you for being such a Wonderful & Fantastic...

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Fi Day

I’ve known Jas for many years but sadly we never managed to meet up face to face.  However we hit it off immediately, and spent many a phone call laughing and joking. I’ll always regret...

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Deborah Branch

Dear Anne,  It has taken me some time to find the courage to acknowledge that you are no longer on this earthpane, sharing joy, motivating others and generally lifting the energy of those around you...

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Till Mathis Wagner

I am deeply saddened by the loss of Andrew. He has been a close colleague since I joined Guy Carpenter in 2016 and I have much enjoyed working with since. Andrew had deep knowledge and...

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ELIANE AMEGNIZIN

Hello my beloved Effort, She was calling me jolie maitresse! What i can say after knowing you for five years: ‘ well, you were a really nice person, full of joy, a good assistant and...

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Stephan Malherbe

Benno’s small stature and relaxed demeanour contained a giant. He effortlessly spanned generations — actually centuries! — in style and intellectual interests, and in lived experience of Tanzania, East Africa and the world. He was...

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Janice Williamson

What can I say about our Jenny? Jenny was not only a work colleague, but a friend in and out of Oxleas for many years. Her big personality, and love of the finer things, kept...

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Carmen Ganga

Gary, I haven’t got the chance to actually know you, but hearing so many great stories about you, I truly feel a deep regret in regards to the latest news. I will never get to...

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Chris Spence

Going to miss those morning phone calls with you opening up with morning professor, R.I.P. my friend 

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Stefano Mazzoli

Dear John, having been a PhD student of yours has been fantastic. You changed my life, and I’m sure you did that with many people. The next generations of geology students will never have the...

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Okao

It broke my heart to lose you, cousin – Uwaila Afakwu (nee Evbuomwan). But you didn’t go alone because a part of us went with you the day God took you home. You never said...

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Philip Snook

Having worked with Alan in various pub companies over 30 years, he became a good friend and confidante. His honesty and integrity in an industry not noted for those two great values, became indispensible. He...

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Giz

So sad. gutted,Dave you were such a nice man I have loads of great memories over the 35 years I’ve known you.love to the girls in this hard time.RIP Dave xx

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Nithya Chandran

“A person that departs from this earth never truly leaves, for they are still alive in our hearts and minds, through us, they live on.   Effort, you will be always be fondly remembered. Every morning...

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James Hepting

Terri was the one of first faces I saw when i joined the LME many moons ago. She really helped me settle in and looked after me in those early days, especially during my very...

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Pat Clark

Dave was the youngest of my five big brothers and was seven years older than me. One of my earliest memories was when we were in Scarbororugh with mam and dad. Dave would be about...

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John Wheeler

I met John Ramsay’s book before I met John Ramsay. I recall the book’s very clear explanations, and the central role of understanding the geometry of rocks on all scales. Our paths crossed then in...

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David and Irene Roberts

John was the best man at our wedding and were sorry to learn of his passing.  We shall always remember him as a good friend and our condolences go to Eirwen and family.

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Taiwo Johnson (Iva)

It is with a heavy heart that I write this tribute to Ken.  Ken, you are safe in the arms of Jesus who loves you best. Ken possessed all the qualities of love and affection...

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Louise Bevan

Tania, Janine & Davina. Your dad was always the life & soul, brought a smile to so many people and I will always treasure such fond memories of him.  Two occassions I remember quite vividly...

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Mark Johnston

As many have noted already, Nick was a much admired and respected man who really valued his colleagues and did so much to help students and other members of the profession in both the UK...

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Janet and Bob Bacon

Nigel was our GP for 27 years. He was a wonderful caring man and also a work colleague at Malmesbury Hospital. A true gentleman and a wonderful human being. We send our deepest condolences to...

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Joshua Setipa

We are deeply shocked and saddene. We were looking forward to our engagement with him regarding his experience in the Pathways programme.   Please accept our deepest condolences. Africa has lost one of its strongest...

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Helen and Steve Larkin

Uncle Dave was very generous, he kindly let us stay in his apartment one year and we had such a lovely holiday that we will always remember. Fond memories too of parties along with Auntie...

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Bruce Wooding

I joined BSL this August and had the pleasure of working with Effort during drama class and often passed time with her when I popping in to Learning Support next door to her classrooom. Effort...

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Melbourne Buck

My dear uncle Tunde, God has decided that it’s time for you to depart this earth. God’s will is always the best and we accept it and give the rest up to him. I will...

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Simon Jackson

I was lucky enough to work alongside Nick for quite a few years and remember very well, his generosity of spirit and his creativity – lots and lots of ideas! There was a period when...

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Zoe Dean

Jannine, I have struggled to find the right words to add to your remembrance book. You were such a wonderful, kind-hearted person with an infectious smile and a fantastic laugh. I am truly heartbroken for...

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Laura, Kate and the DIAL team

We wanted to write and send our deep condolences to you on Professor Ndulu’s passing. We so appreciated his graciousness and patience, and his passionate commitment to the mission we all share.  Over many years...

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Perdi Welsh

Nick – always kind, gentle and friendly. Although we worked together for many years at the RVC, it was never directly on a project together, but Nick always had time to ask how I was...

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Louise Davies

My thoughts and prayers are with Jas’s family. What a sad sad day, the day I heard the news. Jas was a lovely kind lady always with a big smile. When the Plusnet team came...

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Uyinmwen

Clearly I grieve, a sister, sibling, a woman of courage and strength, a daughter of zion. Uwaila Sandra Afakwu (nurse) what many don’t understand is only a part of it. We grieve what we had...

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Fiona Oosthuizen. “. Bogg Roll “

Craig Outlaw was the most amazing gentleman . I am honoured to have been in the household for fifteen months .  The name Bogg Roll stuck for all that time . Loved the walks around...

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Sian Griffith

I was very shocked and saddened to hear of the passing of Nick. I knew him for many years working at the RVC – he was the most genuine, kind, generous and humble person you...

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Dee Cheek

This is how I will always remember Jas – with a big smile on her face. This was her 50th birthday which we all celebrated with her. Such a lovely lady who loved a chat...

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Mrs Heather Posey

Thank you for loving our children so compassionately, thank you for your constant smile, your wonderful humour and thank you for so reliably helping and guiding me both professionally and personally in the classroom we...

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Dirk Schmehr

It has been a huge shock to learn of Andrew’s death. I met him a couple of years ago when we worked together on a project and we never lost contact after that. He was...

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Vanessa

There are way to many memories… Uncle Craig meant the absolute world to me, he made my day EVERYDAY, I loved absolutely everything about him, even his mischievous cheeky ways! He genuinely had no filter,...

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Sandra Osei-Tutu

With Heartfelt Sympathy and a special prayer for Ashbie, Shaun and the Outlaw family. May all of you be able to count your blessings  no matter what life brings come rain or shine through thick...

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Condolence Book

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STEP 1

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STEP 2

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STEP 3

Purchase activation code

If you require the book to have more than 20 messages then please click below to purchase a Condolence Book.

PURCHASE CONDOLENCE BOOK - FROM ONLY £9.99

STEP 4

Create and Publish

Now click below to create the content of the Online Condolence Book and using the activation key purchased and emailed to you in STEP 3 publish the Online Condolence Book. Once published the owner of the book can amend it at any time by logging in again and selecting EDIT CONDOLENCE BOOK from the bottom of the Online Condolence Book page.

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