Jones, Agnes Miller “Nancy”

Agnes “Nancy” Miller Jones

05.05.1922 ~ 10.10.2020

Aged 98 years

Devoted Wife of Ken William

Cherished Mother of Ken, Bruce and Greg (dec)

Mother-in-law of Annette

Adored Nan & Great Nan

Loved and Remembered Always

A service for Nancy will be held on Monday October 19th 2020

Commencing at 2.00pm

To view Nancy’s service please click on the link below

11 Tributes

  1. Debby Eason
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    Remembering happy times with Mrs Jones, many christmases, birthdays and fond memories of family gatherings. Nana of my sons Josh and Matt. Always remembered.

  2. Bruce Jones
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    Remembering our dear mum and nanna. Whilst you may be gone, you are forever loved and in our hearts. The great memories we have of you will never fade. We miss you dearly but hope you can now Rest In Peace with dad / pa and Greg. All our love, Bruce, Amanda, Josh, Cherie, Matt, April and Jackson.

  3. Royce & Suzanne Caithness
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    Happy memories will always be cherished of our favourite, “Untie Nancy.” My mother’s best friend for countless years. Always smiling, happy and looking forward to my wife, Suzanne and I regular visits. Laughing at our jokes, reading back her greeting cards to us word for word and then repeating same. Suzanne knitted bed socks for her and I loved to give Untie Nancy a Punch and Judy puppet show with them. One time I was out of favour with Untie Nancy was when I opened the front gate of her house in Tottenham, allowing her dog to bolt up to the end of their street. That dog chase nearly gave me a heart attack. She used to love coming to our place to watch The Military Tattoo event from Edinburgh Castle where Suzanne and I spoilt her with platters of cheese, glasses of sherry and “I’ll have a port as well if your offering “ she would say. Her most enjoyment came from me showing Scotland Online videos to her on my phone. She immensely enjoyed the bagpipes and often commented on how heavy their kilts looked. Suzanne and I would turn to each other and laugh every time she made that comment. Untie Nancy was Scottish through and through despite living in Australia for most of her life. She will be sadly missed but forever loved by everyone she has touched.

  4. Vikki Holland
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    Fond memories of you Nancy (Greg’s mum) will last forever 🌹you are now at peace with your beloved husband Ken 💕….deepest sympathies to Ken, Bruce & families 💐…with love always Vikki & The Holland family xxx

  5. Harry Ellison
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    To a beautiful lady who was my mates mum and a friend to me, my mum and dad. Love you Nancy never forget the time you tried to save me with that blanket when your sons and Russy stripped me when i turned 21. Xxxx

  6. Belinda Jones
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    My Nana, so many memories of you, still cant believe that you are gone, I think we all thought you would be around to get that letter from the Queen on your 100th that you so wanted. I cant really imagine life without you but you are now with Pa and Greg. I am so proud you were my sons Great Grandma and he got to meet you, and so very proud you were my Nana. Love you forever and always Belinda, Mick and Cooper xxxxxx

  7. Ken Jones
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    Mum to the world you were one but to us you were the world.

    Your love for your family was immense. The endless babysitting with all the grandchildren, the cooking, the Friday night dinners, the parties etc.

    You will be in our hearts forever and will never be forgotten.

    Love Ken, Annette, Melanie and Trent. X

  8. Ann McDougall
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    Fond memories of my Auntie Nancy. You were a much loved sister to my Mum Betty. I spent so many special times baking with you, especially those beautiful sponge cakes of which you were famous for. Rest peacefully sweet lady with your much loved husband Ken & son Greg and my Mum Betty & Nana & Pa Drennan. Love Ann & Ian.xxxx

  9. Kim Twentyman
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    Aunty Nancy, sister-in-law to Ethel Twentyman (dec). You helped shape our childhoods in ways you’ll never know. Coming to stay on school holidays, sleeping on the stretcher bed in the lounge with any one of the dogs uncle ken had adopted, baking cakes with you, hanging out in the workshop with uncle Ken or playing pool with the boys. So thankful for your love, We will always keep you in our hearts. Many happy times….RIP Aunty Nancy. Love Barry, Helen, Mia & Kim Twentyman.

  10. Glenn Perussich
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    To Bruce, Kenny and family. Beautiful tribute to your lovely mum. Best wishes to you all.

  11. Sam Burruto
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    A beautiful service for a beautiful lady.

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