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.

  • Privacy

    If required a book can be made private so that it will not be publicly visible on the site. Please contact Remembrance Book to find out more.

  • 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 £14.99, 80 messages £24.99, 200 messages £39.99, 500 messages £59.99 and our largest book allowing up to 1000 messages costs £99.99.

Our Latest Condolence Messages

Patrice

Remembering dearest Ken on the first anniversary of his death. We honour him as a loving husband to Mavis, devoted father and grandfather, so fond of his siblings, all his family and friends who meant...

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Alastair Brown

I am really so so shocked and sorry to hear this news, for the University of Manchester, colleagues across the world, the students and most importantly his family. Mark was very highly regarded both by...

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Ruby I

I will remember Margaret and the impact she had on my time at school with immense fondness. She had a beautiful soul, her care, compassion and kindness knew no bounds. Having known her for 10...

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Jill Stanley

Neil…..a truly selfless, funny, kind, caring, patient and much loved gent. First met you in 1996 at City hospital, you were so kind and helpful, it was my first day at work, I was nervous,...

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Anthony and Lesley Swinbank

Such a lovely service at the Panbride Church on Wednesday and then seeing Kerry and Ashley afterwards at the hotel. Although we didn’t see Sandy and Fiona as much as we would have liked over...

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George Pieri

I’ve been trying to come to term with your passing for weeks and it’s not getting any easier. Every time I see a photo or clip of you smiling and being outrageous I can’t help...

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Morlai

It’s sad to remember that we have lost him. However, that’s life. May he continue to rest in perfect peace.

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Muggsy

I got to know Tanzy through Colin, Chrissy H and Walpsy. Over the years I played football against him (The Posh v. Delta – feisty!) and alongside him. Had a few beers with him, did...

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Onikeh

Hmmm! It is amazing how time flies. May his gentle soul continue to rest in perfect peace with the Lord. It is well. Onikeh

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Ivy

Uncle Ken, you left without hearing my tribute you asked me to spice up. It has been difficult to know you are no longer with us. You are always in our thoughts and much loved....

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Jide

18th January 2022 marks the Anniversary of Mr. Kenneth Newman-Smart who remains in our hearts eternally. Rest assured that although you have passed from this life to the next, you will be remembered. May your...

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Sarah Thompson

Still sadly missed. There was never a dull moment with you around. Continue to rest in perfect peace, dear Kenneth.  From: Aunty Sarah 

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Leonora Leigh

” Good men must die, but death cannot kill their names” – Proverb   Ken, it’s hard to believe that a year has already passed since God called you home. Our hearts are still heavy...

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Ada

Uncle  Ken I still miss you  i will continue to pray for you may your soul rest in peace ✌

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Tom & Miriam Shaughnessy Galway

Bernie, Teresa, Madonna our deepest sympathies on the passing of Neil, a wonderful person taken too soon. His charming personality was something we will always remember. Rest in peace Neil.

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Lionel Williams

Thank You Uncle Ken for being the good nature Uncle I could have laugh with when I saw you and always made me feel welcome. And thanks for tutoring Maths in my younger days it...

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Sheila, Jimmy, Maria & Laura Nolan. Galway

Deepest Sympathy to Bernie, Teresa, Madonna and the extended families on the sad and untimely passing of your beloved Neil. A very special person whose quick wit would light up a room. Keeping you all in...

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Mohamed Jalloh, Gaithersburg, Maryland, USA

Mav, as you, your son and your extended family honor your memory of your much too recently departed beloved husband, Ken, our family extends our heartfelt condolences, once again, to all of you upon your...

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Hastina Jalloh

There is nothing quite as sad as the moment when Kenneth with whom you have experienced your best memories becomes a memory too. Keeping his memory alive will bring you comfort.  Hastina Jalloh 

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Sandra shaughnessy

Neil your passing was far too soon,I met you when I was 15 when  I started  dating Billy and all these years on your family are still a big part of my life. You had...

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Iva

Thinking about you all the time, Rest in peace Iva 

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Clive Tattersall

it’s the rarest of experiences to meet someone like Steve; funny, kind, compassionate, eccentric, all things to all people. I first met Steve a number of years ago when I joined the business network group,...

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Martina Caulfield (Shaughnessy)

Sincere condolences to Bernie, Teresa and Madonna on the sad & untimely passing of Neil.               My memories of Neil are a fun loving person with a big smile,...

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Emma Constantinou

  It’s been a long time since our paths crossed like they did in the past, but that doesn’t seem to matter now. When I heard of Stephen’s tragic passing, the memories came flooding back....

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The Coughlan Family

We were devastated to hear of Mrs Davies’ passing. Both our children (Anna & Holly) were lucky enough to have Mrs Davies as their class teacher at St Pauls and they both loved being in...

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Nigel Robinson

Sandy was a  genuinely lovely man. He and Fiona were the best neighbours and we had great fun living across the road from them.  They were so inclusive of everyone from young to old.  On...

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Ruth Grady

So sad to hear this news. Mark was always friendly and wanted the best for students. He really helped me out with shaping new marking criteria for projects during covid, which he didn’t have to...

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Tara Elarte

My daughter Poppy loved Margaret as soon as she met her in Reception nearly 10 years ago. She was such a warm, kind person who was a real mother figure to those girls. It’s no...

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Jayne Mumby

I have worked with Pat many times over the years at Marsh, but more so following my change of role into Corporate Operations team. I quickly came to realise just how very well respected Pat...

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Emma

Kristina, losing you was such a devastating thing to hear about. You were  an amazing colleague who was so dedicated, hard working, caring and kind. An awesome person with a fiery personality, you always put...

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Maggie Tassou

There isn’t much more I can add to what has already been said other than that Tansy was a unique human that touched all our hearts in many ways. In fact I’m pretty certain he’s...

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Amanda MacKenzie

I am so so shocked and sad to hear the news of Mark.  He was truly a good person and a significant influence at the start of my career.  Karen, my deepest sympathies to you...

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David Lenti

Working with Ken, I was continuously impressed and encouraged by his professionalism and affable personality. My deepest condolences go out to the Robson family.   

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Sam Griffiths-Jones

It’s really hard to express how shocked and sad and sorry I was to hear about Mark. I always enjoyed chats and laughs with him in the coffee queue (mostly about cycling). He was a...

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Rita & Graham Dixon

Stephen your one in a million. That smile is something we all should do more often.    Never known a person like you, kind, fun and happy go lucky.    You will be sadly missed...

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Wei Qi Zhang

Ken is such a gentle, warmheated, kind person. As a colleague, he is so easy to work with. I enjoyed a lot my conversation and working with Ken athough 7K Kilos + 6-7 hours apart....

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Ann James

I have very fond memories of Sandy and Fiona. When I was first married and living in Drumsturdy Road they always included us in community events and were so helpful if I ever needed anything....

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Clare Taylor

I worked with Pat for 18 years until I retired in 2020.  I was devastated to the hear the news that she had passed away. What a formidable lady she will be sadly missed by...

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Julie Raskin

In addition to being an outstanding scientist and teacher, Mark also cared deeply about the congenital hyperinsulinism patient and family community.  He wasn’t satisfied with current treatments for congenital hyperinsulinism, because in his own words,...

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Paul oldham

Steve, the first time I met you was at Gaz and Kate’s house warming in the Midlands.  I knew you were something special when after knowing you for less than an hour we were doing...

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Jan Richardson

If this is the baby boy i held when he was just weeks old I am devastated. I have tried and tried to reconnect with his Mum but to no avail. What a wonderful family....

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Sandra Thiedeman

Have fond memories of Uncle Sandy and Auntie Fiona from times of visiting at Alona, especially when passing by Newbiggin’ on a trip back from Dundee in my late teens.  After I moved to USA...

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Newton, Marsha & Family

We are heartbroken to hear about the loss of King Stephen. Regardless of how busy he was with his obligation, he always made time for our family. We will always have our memories and his...

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Andrea Hickey

I have known Stephen since I became friends with Nicola at university back in 1997. When you become friends with one Tanswell, you become friends with them all. My heart is broken for the whole...

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Jo Green

I was lucky enough to become friends with Joanne about 8 or 9 years ago through travelling together on the morning train commute into town. After a while she invited myself and my family round...

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Steven Hadjiyianni

“Aaah Stevie Baby!” That’s what you would always call out when you saw me with that booming voice no matter where we were. Always the life of the party and never one to worry about...

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Finn family

Sincere condolences to Theresa, Madonna and all Neil’s family. Thinking of you all at this sad time

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Elliott Varnam

Jacqui, I will always remember you for your warm welcome and your friendly smile whenever I arrived on park. As a new team member of the business, having a welcoming presence to greet me made...

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Alex Eden

Mark became my personal tutor this September for my second year studying at Manchester University. He was a great teacher, so passionate about his work and such a kind man, he was always so helpful...

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Anthony Fildes

I have known Stephen (Tanz) since Lostock High School and then South Trafford College and beyond. We unfortunately lost touch (life gets in the way), but we always said that we could meet up in...

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Rob Lucas

Mark started in Manchester just a little before I did, making him a natural source of tips and tricks for navigating my new home. What a relief then to find him so friendly, welcoming, and...

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Adrian Ridyard

Pat was a great lady, someone I had daily banter with for over 12 years.  I used to enjoy my daily… lets say ‘little tellings off’ for not putting things in the right place or...

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Jenny B

My prayers and thoughts are with the family at this sad time.  Neil may be gone, but his memories live on.  He will be missed but not forgotten.  RIP Neil  Jenny work colleague.   Xx

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Laura Dixon

I’ve known Steve for years through the kids and the playground, however, our shared social life had only really begun the last couple of years. For this, I’m so sad that we have been robbed...

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Joe Scrimshaw

Absolutely gutted to recieve the news about Ken, I’m still in shock about it. He was one of the nicest guys ive had the pleasure of working with. He was always so supporting and always...

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Dan & the OTIS Team

It’s taken some time to process how such a wonderful person could have been taken away from us. For me coming into school I was always met with a massive smile, great energy and optimism...

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Ali Grant

Sandy was the best manager I ever had during my working life at NCR. Always honest, truthful and fair and I think because of that we all went the extra mile if jobs proved difficult....

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STEP 3

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

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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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