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On April 16, 2014, the ferry Sewol, en route from Incheon to Jeju Island in South Korea, capsized. Most of the passengers were high school sophomores on a field trip. As the ship sank, the children were ordered to stay in their cabins, and then they were abandoned by most of the crew and coast guard. The ship took three hours to sink. During that time, the kids recorded videos, took pictures and called their families before they all eventually drowned. In the end, 250 kids were killed. All of the children, plus a few teachers, other passengers and crew, are highlighted here. I ask that you please see the faces of these children. Read their stories. Maybe pick a child you feel compelled to pray for. Keep their family in your thoughts. This was a horrible, devastating event that should never have happened, and entire communities are still reeling from this loss. Remember the victims of the Sewol Ferry Sinking. Remember April 16, 2014.
RE: Rupert Buxton Dear Zina Yes the image was of the wall monument inside the church. I did look for some Buxton graves and they were all horizontal slabs which were very indistinct and partly covered with grass. There was also an external wall monument to another member of the Buxton family. I can send you photos of the churchyard stones but they will not add to your information with regard to inscriptions. You are welcome to contact me on email@example.com Kindest regards John
RE: Tiffany Cox Halliday Couldn't help but notice the "Halliday" portion of her name was covered up by some pretty industrial strength duct tape. Must be a sad story connected to someone taking that action.
Happy Valentine's Day, Z! Lots of hugs today, Zina - I will hopefully get a chance to e/m you about two in the morning (no joke), so check your messages tomorrow if you get a chance, ok? Love and virtual candy hearts, RCP and Gannon Blue