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Princess Diana

1961 ~ 1997

Diana, Princess of Wales, her companion Dodi Al Fayed and their driver were killed in the early hours of Sunday, 31 August 1997. The People's Princess was 36 and leaves behind two young Princes, William and Harry.

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Date: Mon, 1 Sep 1997 14:09:53 -0700 (PDT)

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Subject: A truly bright light has gone out....

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I live in the United States... and I too as probably the rest of the world feel a great loss in the passing of Princess Di.

My prayers are with her children.

 

Date: Mon, 01 Sep 1997 18:10:34 -0400

From: Alan Wilczynski <[email protected]>

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My thoughts are with the family and friends of Princess Diana,

especially with her two sons, the Princes William and Harry. Diana

inspired many with her grace and composure amid difficult and trying

times. Her dedication to the poor, the sick and the weak show the

compassion and empathy that was her trademark. The world will never see

the like again. May time find peace within your hearts.

Marsha Wilczynski

 

Date: Mon, 01 Sep 1997 18:00:41 -0400

From: Archie McCullough <[email protected]>

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THE WORLD HAS BEEN TOUCHED BY YOU IN YOUR LIFE AS WELL AS IN YOUR DEATH.

MY DEEPEST SYMPATHIES.

 

Date: Mon, 01 Sep 97 17:20:40 -0500

From: Amelia Eaglin <[email protected]>

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My prayers are with the sons and family of Princess Dianna.

I am deeply sadden of the lost of such a great person.

 

Love Chuck Eaglin

 

Date: Mon, 1 Sep 1997 18:01:02 -0400 (EDT)

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Subject: condolences

 

We are sorry for the loss of a mother and daughter and of a charming lady

who used her fame for good causes. She set an example for others to do good

works. I hope they will follow that example so that her life will have even

more meaning.

 

From: "Kirk MacKenzie" <[email protected]>

To: <[email protected]>

Date: Mon, 1 Sep 1997 17:50:07 -0400

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Condolences to the Princes' William and Harry, Diana's brother and sisters.

May all the good upbringing work of Princess Diana's towards her two sons

not be undone by their father. May Prince William retain his mother's

caring personality and reign as the King of Hearts!!!!!

 

Admirer in Canada

 

Date: Mon, 01 Sep 1997 17:53:26 -0400

From: "R.T.Neuroth" <[email protected]>

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Thank you for the opportunity of extending my grief at the death of

our beloved Diana. I am very greatful to you for this time to express

my heart. God Bless you

 

Richard T. Neuroth

Woodstown, New Jersey 08098 USA

 

Date: Mon, 18 Aug 97 07:08:53 -0700

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We are very saddened to learn ofthe untimely death of such a gentle

person as Princess Diana. Life certainly provides some unusual twists

from time to time.

 

The Lyons Family, Dublin

 

From: "evgeniy sorokin" <[email protected]>

To: <[email protected]>

Subject: Di

Date: Tue, 2 Sep 1997 01:45:14 +0400

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Why so?..... Why Di?.....

Who knows?........

 

No answers.....No words........Just bitter-bitter tears.........

 

= Evgeniy V. Sorokin, Moscow, Russia =

 

Date: Mon, 01 Sep 1997 17:26:09 -0400

From: Kelly and Barra <"[email protected]"@mhv.net>

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I would first like to express my condolences to Diana's friends,family

and to Princes'William and Harry.

 

As a British citizen residing in the United States; I would like to

state that the tragic loss of Diana has had a profound affect worldwide.

 

In the New York area the love and admiration for the Princess Of Hearts,

is shown by the outpouring of flowers and cards left in the British

Consort's lobby area by many saddenned New Yorkers.

 

We all remember Diana's visit's to New York City's various social

programs, in which her love and compassionate presence shone through her

warm and caring smile.

 

Di, your efforts and causes will never be forgotten. You will be missed.

 

With sincere thoughts and prayers,

 

Clare Kelly, NY USA.

 

From: "Tina" <[email protected]>

To: <[email protected]>

Date: Mon, 1 Sep 1997 18:09:38 -0000

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princess diana i will miss you love you for ever

 

From: Antonio Augusto Mo Assuncao <[email protected]>

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Subject: A Stupid loss!

Date: Mon, 1 Sep 1997 23:12:27 +0100

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From Portugal:

 

I want to express my heartfelt condolences in this sad moment!

She was a Great Lady, and a person with no match.

 

Date: Mon, 01 Sep 1997 23:44:36 +0000

From: Alice MORINI <[email protected]>

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Diana,

 

Comme le monde entier depuis samedi, je suis boulevers=E9e. Je ne me

souviens pas avoir =E9t=E9 autant touch=E9e par la disparition de quelqu'=

un

que je ne connais pas personnellement.

J'esp=E8re seulement que l=E0 o=F9 tu es, les choses se passent mieux pou=

r toi

que dans cette vie qui t'as fait consid=E9rablement souffrir.

 

Repose en paix.

 

 

Alice MORINI

 

Date: Mon, 1 Sep 1997 17:35:48 +0000

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I wish to send to everyone in the United Kingdom the most sincerest

thoughts of sympathy on the death of your beautiful princess. Her

inner beauty (and that is what will live on) can be seen in every

photograph-the kindness, the gentle spirit-the love. We, as you,

will miss her, and the world is less for her passing. As we are and

always will be a part of you-so she is part of us. Let us share her

legacy of unconditional love.

 

Vicki Keyser-Staunton, Virginia USA

 

Date: Mon, 1 Sep 1997 17:35:59 -0400

Subject: Diana, Princess of Wales

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My deepest sympathy to H.R.H. Princess of Wales two sons...Harry and

William...her immediate family the Spencers and to the Royal Family of

Great Britain. My deepest condolences to the entire British People and

all the close friends she had in Great Britain and the rest of the world.

 

I hope that the 7 parasites that may have contributed to the death of the

Princess and her companions will be put into prison. This may not be a

full deterrent to their ghastly deeds, but perhaps will help put a

restraint to murderous/greedy needs. I am appalled at their

unprofessional behavior as photographers. They must be the sleaziest

group of parasites on the face of the earth. None of then showed any

remorse for their actions. I have no remorse for them...they have

innocent BLOOD on their hands, they and the publishers of those horrible

magazines sold through out the known world. May they pay for the

tremendous loss they caused to the two sons of the Princess and her

friend Mr. Al Fayad. My sincere sympathy to his Mother and Father and to

the family of the chauffeur. Senseless and cruel...there was no need to

go this far.

 

AB - U.S.A.

 

Date: Sun, 31 Aug 1997 22:18:50 -0400

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It is with great sadness and the deepest regret that we have learned of the

Princess Diana's untimely death. She was a warm and caring woman and indeed

a Queen of Hearts. She leaves a warm and loving legacy that should serve as

an example to all of us. We will miss you greatly..

Goodby to a Princess who will NEVER be replaced.

 

Date: Mon, 01 Sep 1997 15:51:08 -0600

From: Randy Chapman <[email protected]>

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To Prince Willliam and Prince Harry,

Our thoughts and prayers are with you both, at this time of your loss.

Your mother was a unique, loving, and caring person, who will live on

forever, through the both of you, as well as through all of us who loved

her so.

There were so many thoughts and feelings that my family and myself

wanted to express, but suddenly we are at a loss of words.

We think of you and your mother often, and will continue to do so in

the comming days.

God Bless you and keep you strong.

The Chapman Family

El Paso, Texas USA

 

Date: Mon, 01 Sep 1997 22:35:41 -0700

From: ultsol <[email protected]>

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Subject: A Tribute To Diana

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Diana,

 

I watched the news this evening and saw the crowds of people queuing to=20

pay their respects and make their personal entry in your book, and=20

discovered that I could use the Internet to do the same.

 

In your short time with us you have achieved so much, and touched so=20

many. I feel so privileged to have shared in this experience, albeit from=

=20

outside looking in, like so many countless others.

 

I=92ve seen you many times in London, but the last time was in Chicago,=20

USA, last June. I was shopping and a large crowd was gathered outside the=

=20

Drake Hotel. I wondered what was going on and I heard someone say that=20

Princess Di was about to leave for the airport, so I hung around to get=20

another glimpse. I felt so proud of you when, as you climbed into the=20

car, the crowd went wild with delight. I particularly remember one young=20

woman, mid twenties, practically dancing for joy and telling everyone=20

"She touched my hand! I swear to God, she touched my hand!"

 

So, I=92ve seen for myself just how much you were loved, not just by us,=20

but by people the world over. If only you could have known the feelings=20

we all had for you.

 

You were unique, and now there is a new star in the sky and your light=20

will shine on for ever. You will never be forgotten.

 

It should be that I can wake the sleeping Princess with a kiss, so=85. =

X.

 

Take care,

 

Paul Snoxell

1st September 1997.

 

Date: Mon, 1 Sep 1997 17:17:21 -0400

Subject: Diana, Princess of Wales

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My deepest sympathy and condolences to all of the British People, and

espcially to her son's, Harry and William. A senseless and cruel death.

This did not have to happen, if the laws of the country or countries were

stronger. In China, things like this would never be allowed. Zero

Tolorence is upheld in that country. Freedom of speech, does not give a

person (Media or Popaparrazzi - Parasites) the right to take away the

freedom of the other. Her death and those in the vehicle with her were

senseless.

 

If a person in a theather was to screan out "Fire" and then cause a

stampead with many injuries and perhaps a death...should not this person

be held accountable? After all, he/she may say "This was my freedom of

speech", freedom of speech does not bring injury to its neighbor. This

person would be held accountable for the loss of life. So, these

parasites that chased the vehicle into the tunnel at a high rate of

speed, should be held accountable for contributing to her death and the

death of Mr. Al Fayad and the Chauffer. Justice...should be

served...justice that will make the media and magazine publishers think

twice before they send these murders to injure other innocent people.

Murders, that is what they truely are. People with no consciences. They

would sell their own mother down the toilet if she would bring in a

price. They truely have BLOOD on their hands. But how much more BLOOD is

to be shed for their GREED?

 

AB

 

Date: Mon, 1 Sep 1997 17:18:27 -0400 (EDT)

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Diana was such a beautiful person, not just because of her looks, but because

of the beauty that eminated from her heart. She touched everyone's life,

even if only by the shy smile she gave so readily. She will live in our

hearts for a long time. Our thoughts and prayers go out to her entire

family, in particular to her sons William and Harry. The real tragedy is

that she can not continue to raise her sons in the way she wanted them to

live - giving them the best of both worlds. Hopefully her love will continue

to influence them and guide them in the future. A true memorial to Diana

will be that her sons not only love and care about the people, but that they

show that love to the people, the way she did!

 

We hope that this tragic loss will be the impetus to have more strigent rules

regarding drunk driving throughout the world, and that some rules can be

enforced to keep the media within the bounds of human decency. We like to

know what is happening in the lives of those people that we love and admire,

but they ALL deserve some privacy.

 

Date: Mon, 01 Sep 1997 15:22:09 -0500

From: Richard Embry <[email protected]>

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A very sad day in the World, We have lost our best friend and and a true

Queen of our

Hearts..I send this letter of conlences to her children and to the

people of England and our

mother land, for this is a black day of grief. My God, Bless this

wonderful woman and her unselfiness and her work with the unforunate

sick people. Champion her goals of

action against sickness, land mine, proverty etc. What a truely rare

woman. In my own

estimation a Saint of the unforunate.

 

Sever and quick action against these photographer who if involved.

suffer the actions

of the courts, and action quick and swift against the ones possibly

caused the death of

these people.

 

The feeling in the United States for Princess Diana was as deep as the

people of our

mother country England.

 

My God, What Sorry, God Bless Princess Diana and the Children...

 

Date: Mon, 01 Sep 97 13:25:49 -0700

From: Gib Cavaghan <[email protected]>

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We, the Cavaghan's of British Columbia, Canada, wish to pass on

our heartfelt sympathies to the Royal Family for this loss.

 

The thought comes of Mark Anthony referring to Julius Ceaser in

the bad lives after them and the good lies interred with their

bones.

 

Princess Dianne has done so much positive and good work for the

world that we do do sincerely hope and wish that the good that

she has done will always live on and be credited to what she

started.

 

From:

 

Gib Cavaghan & Gaye Fransen

Heidi Kadoke

Ibrill Kadole (a pemboke corgi)

Kent, Linda & Gibson Cavaghan

Nancy-Jo Morin

Barry & Peggy Cavaghan (Sacramento, California, USA)

Charm & Dave Kihlenberger (Fullerton, California, USA)

Tom & Ede Cavaghan (Kelowna, BC, Canada)

 

 

Date: Mon, 1 Sep 1997 16:42:03 -0400 (EDT)

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It was a lifetime goal to meet Diana, Princess of Wales, and now I never

will.

 

I remember it like it was yesterday. I was eight years old and I thought she

was the most beautiful woman in the world. I wondered what it would be like

- to be a guest at that wedding...to see first-hand the fairy tale unfold.

 

I followed her from the time she got engaged until the day she died. I have

the collector's books about her; I have a to-scale model of the great

princess in her wedding dress. I wish now I had those books with me; they

are 500 miles away in my childhood home. I want to revel in the past - in

what she was and what she is now destined to become.

 

I am deeply shocked by what happened Saturday night and I can only offer a

stranger's condolences to the children she left behind. William and Harry,

the whole world loved your mother. Not in the same way you did, but just

know that you are not alone in your grief.

 

May she rest in the peace she was unable to find here on earth.

 

From: "Iain Wittwer" <[email protected]>

To: <[email protected]>

Subject: Condolences to the Family

Date: Mon, 1 Sep 1997 21:11:13 +0100

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My Family wish to send our prayers and deepest sympathies to her young

Sons, Prince Charles, the Spencer Family and the Al Fayad Family.

These were tragic deaths, which should have been avoided. I offer the

extrcts of two poems which helped me at time of bereavement.

If death and time are stronger

A love may yet be strong;

The world will last for longer,

But this will last for long

AE Houseman

 

For this is Wisdom; to love to live,

To take what Fate, or the Gods, may give,

To ask no question, to make no prayer,

But to kiss the lips and caress the hair,

Speed passion's ebb as you greet its flow,-

To have,- to hold,- and,- in time, let go!

Laurence Hope

 

The Wittwer Family, Banbury, Oxon

 

Date: Mon, 01 Sep 1997 22:47:53 +0200

From: "R.STEIJAERT" <[email protected]>

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Diana,

Though you never been the queen of England, You were and always will be

the queen of hearts, Queen of the people. May god be with your two sons

William and Harry in these extreme hard times. They should remember that

there mother was the best mother in the world, for all of us, but

especially for her to boys. Ours prayers will be for them as well as

they have to face a future without this wonderfull mom but with lovely

thoughts of her. Rest In Peace

 

Date: Mon, 01 Sep 1997 14:14:23 -0600

From: Paul Martinez <[email protected]>

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I just wanted to send my condolences to the families and the friends of

such a wonderful person. Unfortunately there will never be another one

as kind and concerned about the common people. I hope that this disaster

will stop the media in pursuing high profile people and just let them

live. If the seven members of the popparazi are found to be guilty of

this crime, I would hope that they be put to death to send a clear

message to the rest of the "sharks" out there. I would also like to send

my sympathies and prayers to the other passengers that were involved.

May GOD bless you all in your time of grief.

 

Date: Mon, 01 Sep 1997 16:55:16 -0400

From: "Michael E. Pollock - RFG" <[email protected]>

Organization: The RF Group Rochester NY 14602 (716) 271-8001

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These words of Shakespeare are I think, most appropriate for Princess

Diana:

 

When he shall die, take him and cut him in little stars,

And he shall make the face of heaven so fine,

That all the world will be in love with night,

And pay no worship to the garish sun.

 

Mary Lou Pollock

 

Date: Mon, 01 Sep 1997 16:59:49 -0400

From: "Reverend Victor J. Russell, MDiv, MS (HRM), CSAC" <[email protected]>

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The British Crown has truly lost a precious jewel.

A jewel that was gentle, sweet, and kind. A jewel who waalked among

the common folk with a regal step; yet with the humility of common

weal. Universial humanity has truly lost a great mortal; yet heaven

hast gained a loving-living soul. May God Bless You Princess Diana.

 

Rev Victor Jones Russell, Judi, Dana, and Daniel

 

From: [email protected] (Vorster, J G)

Date: Mon, 1 Sep 1997 23:00:01 +0200

 

A message from J & A Vorster, Vanderbijlpark, South Africa to the family of

Princess

Diana, Although we not family it feels like we have lost a close family

member, May God be with you all in these days of sorrow and sadness. WE WILL

NEVER FORGET PRINCESS DIANA - MAY SHE REST IN PEACE IN GOD'S HANDS.

 

From: "Matthew Muttathukunnel" <[email protected]>

To: <[email protected]>

Cc: "Matthew Muttathukunnel" <[email protected]>

Subject: condolence

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We are really sorry for the tragic event of the lovely Princess Diana. We

are sure, that she will live forever in the heart of all good people.

Thought we had no possibility to know personally, we are sure that she wa=

s

(is) a sincere lady with a big and generous heart.

 

Chiara & Matthew Muttathukunnel

Via Al Cimitero N=B01

6514 Sementina

Switzerland.

 

Email: [email protected]

 

Date: Mon, 01 Sep 1997 16:38:45 -0400

From: "Reverend Victor J. Russell, MDiv, MS (HRM), CSAC" <[email protected]>

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May the Good Lord Bless and keep you; May the Good Lord sustain you in

this time of loss; May the Good Lord watch over you and the Princes and

the Good Common People of Great Britian.

 

God's Grace,

 

Daniel, Dana, Judi and the Reverend Victor Jones Russell

 

Date: Mon, 01 Sep 1997 16:25:35 -0400

From: "Kevin F.Wilson" <[email protected]>

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May God keep you in everlasting peace. We love you.

 

Date: Mon, 01 Sep 1997 22:12:00 -0700

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SCHEI=DF Reporter

Di, wir lieben dich

 

From: "Jill " <[email protected]>

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Subject: Information Request

Date: Mon, 1 Sep 1997 17:21:38 -0400

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please send all and any information to further my knowledge about England.

All information is greatly appreciated. Jill Kenyon

2036 Canterbury Drive

Morgantown, WV USA 26505

 

Date: Mon, 01 Sep 1997 16:00:16 -0400

From: Joan Astrid Andersen <[email protected]>

Organization: Baltimore City Community College

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My condolences to Princess Diana's family and especially to her sons -

for there are many aunts, uncles, cousins, comrades and friends - but

only one mother in the whole world. God bless.

 

From: "Kim Shama" <[email protected]>

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> I will greatly miss princess Diana. She is my idle. I don't feel that

there was ever

another woman as great as was. She will never be forgotten. K Shama

 

From: "Andy Tobin" <[email protected]>

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Subject: 'Fairytail Princess'

Date: Mon, 1 Sep 1997 22:10:59 +0100

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I never had the privilege to meet you but I feel I have lost a very close

friend. Goodnight and God Bless.

 

Andy - Manchester

 

Date: Mon, 1 Sep 97 21:20:14 UT

From: "Allan Davies" <[email protected]>

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Our sincere condolences to the families of Princess Diana and Dodi Fayad on

their sad loss of two very lovely and caring people.

 

We will all miss them.

 

Love from Allan and Sylvia Davies,

Kings Cliffe,

Northamptonshire

 

Date: Tue, 02 Sep 1997 06:52:22 +1000

From: Bronwen <[email protected]>

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With great sadness and fond memories

 

Date: Mon, 1 Sep 1997 14:09:53 -0700 (PDT)

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I live in the United States... and I too as probably the rest of the world feel a great loss in the passing of Princess Di.

My prayers are with her children.

 

Date: Mon, 01 Sep 1997 14:03:41 -0600

From: wwilliams <[email protected]>

Organization: Excalibur Resources

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My family and I would like to express our profound regret at the sudden

death of Diana The princess of Wales we are all so sad at this tragic

event our prayers and thoughts are with her two sons William and Harry

and the other members of her family.

 

Date: Mon, 01 Sep 1997 22:11:21 +0000

From: Henry Kees Beenen <[email protected]>

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I really don't know what to say. I just know that ,somehow, I have

to show my respect to a woman I very very much respect. For me she

embodied to live a life on the edge. Stand up for what you believe in,

even if the road is hard to travel. When I Heard the news yesterday

morning I had to think of a song by the Dutch rock-group 'De Dijk':

 

......Een man weet niet wat hij mist

weet niet wat hij mist

een man weet niet wat hij mist

maar als ze er niet is

weet een man pas wat hij mist......

 

Way into the next century we will feel what we are missing

 

In mind I am whith prince William, prince Harry and the English people

all over the world.

 

Henry Beenen

Volwerf 22

Krommenie

Holland

Date: Mon, 01 Sep 1997 23:23:11 +0200

From: Jorgerfe <[email protected]>

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Manifestamos profundo pesar pela morte da nossa princessa

 

Jorge Ramos Fernandes

Maria Candida Oliveira Viana Fernandes

 

From: "Lodewijk" <[email protected]>

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Subject: condolence Diana.

Date: Mon, 1 Sep 1997 18:45:42 +0200

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Our deeply condolence to de dead of de princess of the people.

We hoop you have a better life up there.

We always remebre you in our hearts, Diana.

Family, H. Lodewijk, Hesseling 26 Prinsenbeek, Nederland.

Email [email protected]

 



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