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Source: (consider it) Thread: Gambit/James Rawling of London
JoyfulNoise & Parrot OKief

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[Votive] James
[Votive] Sarah, Family and friends. God grant you strength in mourning and celebration of Gambit's life.

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[Votive] [Votive] [Votive]

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dolphy

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[Votive] [Tear]

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Chap
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I met Gambit at Spike's birthday party. Our converstations have been among the highlights of each my trips over to London.

Lord, comfort all those who mourn.

[Votive]

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seasick

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I met him a couple of times. A great guy.

May he rest in peace and rise in glory. [Votive]

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Persephone Hazard

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Thank you everyone. I met Sarah and James's parents last night. Understandably, she hasn't been able to get on the Ship to see this thread or any PMs anyone may have sent her, but she was pleased to hear how many people have sent their love and prayers. They really do appreciate it.

If anyone has any questions-ANYTHING they want to know-PM me or speak to me on MSN (persephone297@hotmail.co.uk) and I will do my best to answer them. If I can't, I am in touch with Sarah and will get the answer to you somehow.

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How awful.

Lord, now lettest thou thy servant depart in peace, according to thy word.
For mine eyes have seen thy salvation;
Which thou hast prepared before the face of all people;
To be a light to lighten the Gentiles and to be the glory of thy people Israel.

[Votive]

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Matrix
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[Votive] words fail me.

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Caz...
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I'm so sorry to hear of your loss. May God be near you.

[Tear] [Votive] [Votive]

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[Votive]

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Sir Kevin
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We only knew Gambit as a loyal and thoughtful shipmate on the boards, but Zeke (my wife) and I shall miss him.

So untimely.
[Votive] [Angel]

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[Votive]

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Gracious rebel

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Somehow I managed not to notice this thread until today. [Hot and Hormonal]

I am very sorry to hear this sad news. I met him once in August, little knowing that one so young and full of life would be taken so soon. Love and prayers for all his family and friends, may God uphold them at this time. [Votive]

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Chorister

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The last few posts on this thread are rather poignant given the circumstances. For we are indeed having a Devon meet sometime in January, but one expected guest will be missing.

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ChastMastr
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More prayers ascending. [Tear]

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norma
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I'm one of James' many acquaintances from King's College London. Many of us saw him in his usual lively spirits on Friday evening, so it's particularly shocking to know that it suddenly all ended. He was a dear friend to many, and a man I once loved very much. James was first and foremost the life and soul of the party: witty, fun, intelligent and well-informed, he was always excellent company; but he was also gentle and tender. People often say that friends are the most important thing, and should take precedence over worldly concerns; I believe James may have grasped and lived this in a way very few ever do. He developed heart failure when he had just turned 21, and has lived with it for over 6 years; he bore the fear, pain and frustration with grace and quiet courage. It is devastating that something he lived with so well should claim him like this. He was much loved, and will be sorely missed.

O light that followest all my way,
I yield my flickering torch to thee;
My heart restores its borrowed ray,
That in thy sunshine’s blaze its day
May brighter, fairer be.

We seem to give them back to Thee, O God, who gavest them to us. Yet as Thou didst not lose them in giving, so we do not lose them by their return. Not as the world giveth, givest Thou, O Lover of souls. What Thou givest, Thou takest not away, for what is Thine is ours also if we are Thine.
And life is eternal and love is immortal, and death is only an horizon, and an horizon is nothing save the limit of our sight.
Lift us up, strong Son of God, that we may see further; cleanse our eyes that we may see more clearly: draw us closer to Thyself that we may know ourselves to be nearer to our loved ones who are with Thee. And while Thou dost prepare a place for us, prepare us also for that happy place, that where Thou art we may be also for evermore.
Bishop Brent

God bless you, James.

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Kelly Alves

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That was lovely , Norma. [Votive] Thank you for your thoughts and memories.

I actually did a search on his last posts, too,(as mentioned up the thread) and sure enough, pretty much all of them were located somewhere in All Saints in reference to a meet.

Often there crops up discussions as to whether Ship of Fools constitutes a community. Well, I would guess that in order for it to be a community, you have to make it a community. Gambit certainly seemed to be working at that. Bless him for it.

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Trisagion
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Requiescat in Pace. [Votive]

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Curious
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[Votive]

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Erin - you are missed more than you could know. Rest in peace and rise in glory - to provide unrest in the heavenly realms.

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Eanswyth

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He was the first Brit Shippie I met. Hubby and I dropped in on a Croyden shipmeet but were the first there. After sitting there for a few minutes wondering if we were in the wrong place a charming young man with a fag and a pint leaned over and asked, "Did I hear you mention Ship of Fools? I'm Gambit." It was the start of a lovely evening.

Rest in peace. [Votive]

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Anna B
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[Votive] May he rest in peace and rise in glory [Votive]

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Persephone Hazard

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"A charming young man with a fag and a pint"...yes, that's my James.

I have details of the funeral. The time hasn't yet been decided, but it will be on Monday the 19th December at St John's Hyde Park, which was the church he and I attended together for the majority of the time we were a couple. He loved it dearly, as do I.

I will post further details as and when I know them.

[ 12. December 2005, 14:50: Message edited by: Kelly Alves ]

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daisymay

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Here's our website:

St John's, Hyde Park Crescent.

Buses nearby are 6, 7, 15, 23, 36, 18, 16, 205, 414.

That other one is very interesting - recommending some very expensive venues...

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sophs

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Can I just check when the funeral is?
I make it Wednesday 19th Jan, or Monday the 19th December - just wondered as I'd like to go.

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daisymay

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It's supposed to be in December...

We may hear in church tomorrow and if so I'll pass it on....

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kingsfold

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I've only just caught up, and am lost for words.

[Votive] Gambit.

May God be with you, and with those who mourn your passing.

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Rowen
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God be with Gambit ... and his family.

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Androet
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That's terrible. I remember how friendly he was to me when I came to my first shipmeet.

May he rest in peace and rise in glory. [Votive]

Thinking of you.
Androet

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Arrietty

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[Votive] [Votive] [Votive]

A great Shipmate. And a great person.

RIP

and prayers for Sarah, eyeliner and all his family and friends.

[Tear]

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Puppycat
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How desparately sad. [Votive] For his family and friends.

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ChrisT

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My thoughts and prayers are with James' family and friends. He will be missed by many.

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Persephone Hazard

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Sorry for date mess-up. Kelly Alves has now very kindly fixed it for me. At some point last Tuseday, my brain turned to mush and dribbled out of my ears.

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dolphy

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((((((eyeliner))))))

[Votive]

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Tubbs

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Only heard about this today via a mutual friend. [Frown]

For James and all those who knew and loved him [Votive] May the Lord bless you and keep you, May he lift his face to shine upon you and give you peace.

Tubbs

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welsh dragon

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By the way, does anyone have the time of the service yet, or even whether it is morning or evening?
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rosamundi

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quote:
Originally posted by welsh dragon:
By the way, does anyone have the time of the service yet, or even whether it is morning or evening?

I was speaking to Eyeliner last night on messenger, and she said she thought that it would be at 2pm, but I don't think that's definite.

Deborah

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Jester
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I met Gambit at the Herts shipmeet. A really nice guy who brought so much fun to the meet.

May God be with his family and friends

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James Mc

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[Votive]
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Hi Sarah,

I knew James from Kings and last saw him on Friday night at Advent Carols. I can't believe that he has gone- we will miss him. My thoughts are with you all at this time.

Bethan
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Just reading about this now, and so saddened. I always admired his efforts to keep the London shipmeets going and enjoyed reading his posts about Lambeth. [Tear] [Votive]

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Dave the Bass
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quote:
Originally posted by rosamundi:
I was speaking to Eyeliner last night on messenger, and she said she thought that it would be at 2pm, but I don't think that's definite.

Is anyone in a position to confirm this yet?

And, assuming this is the right time, is anyone interested in meeting beforehand for lunch, or afterwards for tea (or something stronger)?

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daisymay

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I think that time may be the hope - but so far the time has not been able to be fixed. Sarah said that she would let us know and I've asked the church to let me know asap so that I can pass on the info.

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I didn't know James/Gambit, but reading all these messages I wish I had.

Prayers for all who loved him, Shipmates or IRL. [Votive]

It seems like the world will be a poorer place without him.

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Emma Louise

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quote:
Originally posted by Dave the Bass:
quote:
Originally posted by rosamundi:
I was speaking to Eyeliner last night on messenger, and she said she thought that it would be at 2pm, but I don't think that's definite.

Is anyone in a position to confirm this yet?

And, assuming this is the right time, is anyone interested in meeting beforehand for lunch, or afterwards for tea (or something stronger)?

yes.....
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rosamundi

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Lunch would be good. I'm not sure about afterwards as it's work's Christmas party on the evening of the 19th, and I may have to disappear to get changed.

Deborah

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Sarah Wickham
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Thank you for all your messages - your thoughts, prayers and support are very much appreciated.

I just wanted to confirm details for James' funeral/thanksgiving
Monday 19th December 2005
1pm at the West London Crematorium, Harrow Road, London NW10
2pm at St John's, Hyde Park Crescent, London W2

There will be refreshments after the service of thanksgiving at St John's, to which all are welcome.

Everyone is welcome at both or either service - but if you have to choose, please try to choose the thanksgiving service at St John's!

James would have preferred donations to be made in lieu of flowers - we suggest the British Heart Foundation would be an appropriate charity.

With all good wishes

Sarah

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TonyK

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Thank you Sarah. Prayers continue for you, the family, Eyeliner et al.

Plan to be at the 2:00pm service.

Will go along with any reasonable meeting of shipmates afterwards.

Donation to British Heart Foundation will follow.

[edited to add final point]

[ 14. December 2005, 22:15: Message edited by: TonyK ]

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ebeth

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Would it be appropriate and not too complicated to set up a single donation to the British Heart Foundation that all shipmates could contribute to? Or is it better that we make individual contributions in James' memory?

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Sadly I can't make the funeral but [Votive] .
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im not going to be able to make it after all, ive got a medical appt i cant change :S doh.

My love and prayers to you all there though.

emma xxx

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