Let the memory of Florence be with us forever.Her children Christiana Irene Christian Olu George Aris and Reginald. CREATED BY IRENE SESAY
  • 83 years old
  • Born on December 30, 1926 in Freetown, Sierra Leone.
  • Passed away on May 30, 2010 in Freetown, Sierra Leone.
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Florence Davies 83 years old , born on December 30, 1926 and passed away on May 30, 2010. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Irene Sesay on 31st December 2018
Happy birthday in Heaven Mama you will never be forgotten.Thank you for passing the torch to us and advising us about how people should be treated.All your advice is instilled in my heart rest mama till we meet again.I miss solo much.
Posted by Margaret Thompson on 30th December 2018
Mama Davies. Happy Birthday,May u rest in perfect Peace. We all miss you. Goodbye
Posted by Irene Sesay on 30th May 2018
Mama we continue to miss u so so much we will think about u forever love u my dear continue to sleep and take ur rest
Posted by Elizabeth Doherty on 30th December 2017
Happy Birthday to a wonderful Mother -in-Law May your dear soul continue to Rest in Peacr We love you and miss you George & Liz
Posted by Margaret Thompson on 30th December 2016
Happy Birthday to u Mama Davies. May u rest in peace. u will forever missed.
Posted by Sam Sesay on 30th December 2016
Hi Grandma, Today we would be celebrating your 90th birthday. I know Bella would have loved to meet her great grandmother. Instead I will tell stories about you. How you sang hymnals during the day, how you loved soap operas, game shows, and wrestling; and how you loved your family. Take care. I love you. Happy Birthday! Sammy
Posted by Ola Abbott on 30th May 2016
Remembering Grandma on this day as I always do because your home going fell on my Birthday. I miss hearing your voice.
Posted by George Davies on 30th May 2016
• Today mark 6 yrs since we lost our beloved mother Mrs Florence A. Davies-Though it's normal to be depressed, remember that she always loved us and wouldn't want this event to cripple our life forever. As we work through the loss, try to get back into doing the things we enjoyed before. Of course, this is easier said than done, but it doesn't mean that we should forget about the fact that our mother was happiest when we were happiest. This doesn't mean we have to sweep all of your negative feelings under the rug, but it does mean that we should make an effort to keep enjoying the little things as much as we can. Of course, if we feel completely devastated by the loss and unable to get back into the swing of things right away, don't let the memory of MAMA make you feel guilty about not getting back on your feet. Ecclesiastes 3:1-4 For everything there is a season, and a time for every matter under heaven: 2 a time to be born, and a time to die; a time to plant, and a time to pluck up what is planted; 3 a time to kill, and a time to heal; a time to break down, and a time to build up; 4 a time to weep, and a time to laugh; a time to mourn, and a time to dance. Revelation 14:13 And I heard a voice from heaven saying, “Write this: Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord from now on.” “Blessed indeed,” says the Spirit, “that they may rest from their labors, for their deeds follow them!”
Posted by Margaret Thompson on 30th May 2016
We are all missing you Mama Davies, May u rest in perfect peace Jesus loves u more than we do. RIP.
Posted by Irene Sesay on 2nd January 2016
Mama not a day goes by without thinking about you,you are really missed,RIPP
Posted by Florence Johnson on 1st June 2015
30th May marks the fifth death anniversary of my dear devoted, caring, loving adviser, Mother, Grandmother, mother-in-law and Great Grandmother. We miss you, we love you, but Jesus loves you best.Sleep on and continue to rest in eternity. You vacant sit is very difficult to feel. Thanks for all you did for all of us. When peace like a river attendeth our way when sorrow like sea billow flow. It is well, It is well. R I P
Posted by Allyson Sesay on 30th May 2015
Gone but definitely not forgotten. Memories of you always linger in my mind when I reflect on my teenage years at New England Ville where I moved with my parents on December 20, 1964. Shortly after your daughter, Ola and I started a teenage relationship that has lasted half a century, Your role in nurturing us as a mom and "diplomat" contributed in no small way in keeping us together as friends and as husband and wife, and parents. When I lost my mother in 1966, you called me in your room and made this consoling statement to me: "You mama don die. From now on me nar you mama ya." That was comforting to a teenager trying to complete secondary school under not-so-conducive/enriching circumstances including the loss of a very caring and loving mother, Mama Yeanoh. I never forgot that gesture and promise you kept till your passing. I hope you and Mama Yeanoh have continue your friendship in God's kingdom where there is no more death and no more pains and sorrow. May God continue to keep you in perfect peace. Also importantly, may God keep your children in unity and harmony with genuine LOVE for each other. This is what you always wanted for them and which you advocated for and demonstrated in their upbringing. From your son-in-law and son, Allyson Alimamy Sesay
Posted by Allyson Sesay on 30th May 2015
Gone but definitely not forgotten! Memories of you always linger in my mind when I reflect on my teenage years at New England Ville where I moved with my parents from Edward Street on December 20, 1964. My relationship with your daughter, Ola started shortly after and the role you played as a mom and "diplomat" contributed in no small way to nurture us till the time of your passing. At the death of my mom in 1966, you called me into your room and made this consoling statement to me "You mama don go but from now me nar you mama," That was very comforting to a teenage boy who had lost a very caring and loving mother. May God continue to grant you peace and eternal rest. Also importantly, may your prayers for your children keep ALL of them in unity and love as you always advocated and demonstrated in raising them. Your son-in-law and son, Allyson
Posted by Elizabeth Doherty on 30th December 2014
Happy Birthday Mama Davies, I remember today being your birthday and I used to call and hear your sweet voice. What I admired her for is that:- She was a woman who made friends with everyone she’d meet and who liked people far more than what made sense. She was a woman who, despite living in a culture where women often fade into the background and are told to be subservient to their fathers and husbands, taught her sons to respect women and treat them as equals. But she didn’t just say it. She walked the walk and demanded respect from everyone she met and worked with. She was a woman who wanted the best for her children, even if it meant they would live far away. She was a woman who you would aspire to be, if you didn’t already know you could never attain that level of goodness without a divine intervention. She was and is my mother-in-law, the amazing woman who gave me a husband far better than anyone deserves. You know, it’s sort of a sitcom joke that every wife gets annoyed by her mother-in-law. But what I wouldn’t give to have hugged mine just one time. Nothing I could write could describe the type of person my mother-in-law was, but if I could be a tenth of the woman she was, I would be a fantastic wife, friend and daughter, I hope I can live up to that and live a life she would be proud of. Rest in peace, and thank you for everything you’ve done. You truly left the world better than you found it.
Posted by George Davies on 30th December 2014
Happy Birthday MOM. I think how I used to call and wish you a happy birthday on this day. Each section loaded with memories, times of happiness and tears, Triumphs and thrashings, through every passing year. She adored us unequivocally, dependably by our side, At the point when nobody else would tune in, in her we could trust. With delicate useful tidbits she headed us on our way, Down the ways of nobility if at any point we did stray. She saw the light in everybody and gave with no second thoughts, Continuously from her heart how about we not overlook. Blessed messengers come in numerous structures, for me it is my mother, With adoration I can't say in words there'll never be an alternate. Consistently I turn the page in my heart will ever remain, All that she taught me as I walk around memory path. Much obliged to you God for providing for me the most inestimable of all fortunes, Help my Lord to keep alive her memory here until the end of time. I ask that I can sometime be all that she trusted I would, That is she grinning down from paradise knowing she did great. As we assemble here today there's no completion of her story, An alternate part has started loaded with effortlessness and grandness. God's called her to his sublime home, some piece of his extraordinary arrangement, Despite the fact that it might be hard, we all must get it. Confidence is what is trusted for, things we can't see, Paradise is guaranteed to every one of us if we accept. I will always love you "MAMA"
Posted by Marie Muth on 19th September 2014
Auntie Ade you were like a mother and a best friend all-in-one I miss our little tete a tetes,the fun times and your laughter will be surely missed. May your soul rest in perfect peace.
Posted by Elizabeth Doherty on 3rd July 2014
Good bye Mama Davies 'When there is no more' is about the end - what it represents in different situations and its effect on those who experience it. Everyone hopes to avoid the inevitable outcome, or hopes that the chances of it happening are not 'allowed' to take precedence over other more 'tangible' experiences. As such, many go to vast extremes to 'soften' the event... that time when our mortality will be tested and found to be wanting. Life, as we perceive to 'know' it, is said to be for living and yet in many respects, in death we are often perceived by others to have a greater opportunity to live! Perhaps, immortality can exist when it is perceived to be, a 'fitting' tribute to someone whom I loved, as opposed to what we often choose to perceive as being a 'fitting' tribute to a stranger! Perhaps, we need to ask our compassionate selves, what really does that detachment mechanism say about 'us' in regards to character, the whole picture, or nature of events? Mama Davies was just a wonderful woman 'When There is No More,' is about letting go of those different earthly things and people that we have held dear in our lives... Mama Davies has been surely missed. She was a virtuous woman who cared very much about her family and people around her. May her dear soul rest in Perfect Peace and may life Perceptual shine upon her . Love , Liz
Posted by Tina Wray on 15th June 2014
Aunty Ade, I will never forget the role you played in our lives! We love you, but Jesus loves you best! Sleep on and take your rest!
Posted by George Davies on 8th June 2014
A tribute to my Wonderful Mother Who can find a virtuous woman? for her price is far above rubies. Strength and honour are her clothing; and she shall rejoice in time to come. She openeth her mouth with wisdom; and in her tongue is the law of kindness. She looketh well to the ways of her household, and eateth not the bread of idleness. Her children arise up, and call her blessed; her husband also, and he praiseth her. Proverbs 31:10, 25-28 M" is for the million things she gave me, "O" means only that she's growing old, "T" is for the tears she shed to save me, "H" is for her heart of purest gold; "E" is for her eyes, with love-light shining, "R" means right, and right she'll always be, Put them all together, they spell "MOTHER", A word that means the world to me. On a more personal note, I was BLESSED to have had a wonderful mother, Mother FLORENCE ADEKULE DAVIES. She was a graceful woman. She was truly a mother to me! She was always easy to talk to. She bought us up fearing God and knowing his power, teaching that he could do anything but fail. She was a woman of God that was a nurturer to her children. When I think of the many words that I could use to describe her, one word that comes to mind is “COACH”. She ALWAYS gave me that PUSH I needed in my life. When I was a child she encouraged me to always do what was right. We had to go to church, IT WAS NOT AN OPTION!!! It was a way of life in our household. When I’m talking about her to my friends I refer to her as a “coach” because throughout my life she always encourages me to shoot for the sky, My mother use to take her Money and paid for international exams without no knowing. My Coming to America was a blessing because she planned it with my older brother and sister without no one knowing. Even in America the personal things she did for me I can’t explained it all. Her faith that she had in God and in the ability that she sees in me to operate as more than a conqueror allowed me to run this race victoriously. Thank you God for giving me the mother that was assigned to me, a virtuous woman who touched my life in so many ways and the lives of others. Love your son George
Posted by Florence Johnson on 8th June 2014
Days and Moments quickly flies - 4yrs has come so soon. Mama Ade a devoted and caring mother. 30th May 2010 is a day I will never forget.I thank you for all you did for us. I pray that your dear soul will continue to rest in perfect peace. Love you and thank you for all your meaningful advices. Sleep forever with the Lord.
Posted by Alice Pope on 5th June 2014
Grandma Davies, You will always be remembered for your wit, wisdom, laughter, love and giving spirit. I became a prayer warrior due to your morning prayer sessions. I understand why I am giver because I witnessed you blessing so many people. Thank you for everything- I will forever be grateful. With love - Alice Sesay Pope
Posted by Reginald Davies on 5th June 2014
Mama , My best friend ever, 4 years is just like yesterday ! I wouldnt have been successful in life without your exceptional contribution. Mama how i personally miss you ! We love you , but Jesus loves you best , I would never forget you in my entire life , sleep and take your rest , the best mum ever in life , i thank you incalculably for all the sacrifices you made for us all to be successful -Good bye again blessed Mama -RIP; From your youngest son and wife (Reginald & Brenda)
Posted by Sam Sesay on 2nd June 2014
You were my last grandparent living and it saddens me that as I am now recently married and will someday have kids, you did not have the opportunity to see my new family. However, I know you are looking down us and pleased. Miss you.
Posted by Ola Abbott on 31st May 2014
I will never forget your passing as it is on the same day as my birthday and of Grandpa, as she would always remind me. It was great to reminisce about you at dinner with family at my birthday dinner. Memories of you always bring laughter. You are truly missed.
Posted by Irene Sesay on 29th May 2014
It has been 4yrs today since you left us.Death leaves a headache no one can heal, but love leaves a memory no one can steal.Nothing could be more beautiful than the memories we have of you,with everyday the longing to see you will never go away.Mama sleep on and take your rest.We love you but Jesus loves you best.
Posted by Irene Sesay on 29th May 2014
Bye bye Mama ,bye bye mama i hope to see you in the blessed kingdom.As you always said to us,i love you,i miss you.
Posted by Irene Sesay on 24th May 2014
4yrs ago I received the most difficult telephone call,you left without saying goodbye,I love you but Jesus loves you best.Mama sleep and take your rest. I miss you very much.

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