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Facebook Posts: December 13th, 2007


Sophie Dawes (Putney High School) wrote at 9:24pm on December 13th, 2007
My thoughts and prayers are with you all at this very sad time. There just aren't words to express what a tragedy this is; a life cut so unnecassarily short. You were such fantastic company on cold walks home from school and I hope that happy memories will always be remembered of you. xXx

Robert Pallot (Latymer Upper School) wrote at 9:19pm on December 13th, 2007
From the moment i met you, i knew i had to meet you again. For a month and a half you made me really truly happy. For a year and a half, we didn't come into contact - but we were to see each other, soon, before this xmas, to make up for all that time. Your depature was so sudden, so unexpected. "tenemos que encontrarse" The saddest thing is, you can't see all this outpouring of love. You will never know how many people cared. xxx

Apolline Lambert (Putney High School) wrote at 9:17pm on December 13th, 2007
Hannah King may rest in peace ! you will always be remembered !! my thought are with your family and friends xxxxxxx Report - Delete Fiona Jones (St Paul's Girls' School) wrote at 8:53pm on December 13th, 2007 Hannah Although we only met a few times, i feel i knew you so much better than that due to all the stories from biz. The one about the hot guy on crutches particulary made me laugh. You always were so happy and friendly and just one of the sweetest people. Your smile is one that never fades. Rest in Peace. xxx

Jenny Slater (The Lady Eleanor Holles School) wrote at 8:45pm on December 13th, 2007
so shocked. only met her a couple of times but I remember her to be such a bubbly, pretty girl. thoughts with family and friends x

Archie Vey (Radley College) wrote at 8:28pm on December 13th, 2007
I am so shocked to hear of Hannah, I only met her once, she was extremely nice, and great fun to speak to. My thoughts are with her family and friends, may she Rest In Peace. X

Sabine Van Der Linden (Putney High School) wrote at 8:03pm on December 13th, 2007
hannah unforgettable.x we all miss you Message - Report - Delete Aislinn Kane (London) wrote at 7:27pm on December 13th, 2007 I had so many opportunities to meet her but for one insignificant reason or another it never happened, but i know how close she was to so many that i know, and i only heard amazing things about her. I just can't believe that now i'll never get to meet her, she'll never be forgotten xxxxxxxxx

Emma Gellard (London) wrote at 7:24pm on December 13th, 2007
The whole King family are some of the nicest, most gentle, considerate and caring people I have ever met. From the moment I met Gilly I instantly felt this overwhelming love that she had for her family and friends. When I first met the 'bunnies' (as she affectionately calls her beautiful children) I could see how loved they were and what beautiful people they were. They were siblings and best friends. Every time I saw Hannah she had a smile on her face, she was always truly and deeply happy and that is down to being part of a wonderful family. The memory of her will be in everyones hearts forever and ever. I want to send all my love to Gilly, Simon, Ben and James xxxx

Vivienne Faye Evans (Esher College) wrote at 6:55pm on December 13th, 2007
such a genuine and caring person i never heard one person say a bad thing about you, you will always been in everyones heart xxxxxx Message - Report - Delete Jenny Harrison (London) wrote at 6:51pm on December 13th, 2007 Hannah, this is actually Rachel and Hannah was my best babysitter for a long time but i have also know her all my life. I was terribly upset when i heard this news. She was my closest friend out of school. I will always think of her and i already miss her loads. Hugs from Rachel xxx

Caz Walford (Putney High School) wrote at 6:17pm on December 13th, 2007
I first met Hannah when we were about 9 or 10 at a drama group in Barnes. She was always ridiculosly friendly to everyone and made everyone laugh at every opportunity. hannahs dream of being a pirate came true when we were in Peter Pan. she was a truely FABULOUS pirate! she was a wonderful, genuine person who was always cheerful and smily. She will be missed. xxx Message - Report - Delete Katherine O'Dwyer (Putney High School) wrote at 5:49pm on December 13th, 2007 Hannah King was one of the most talented and beautiful girls I have ever had the privilege to meet. I will remember her always, for her smile, a smile that on the gloomiest of days would brighten the room. Her infectious laugh and caring nature are something I’ll never forget. Hannah darling, I’ll miss our chatter in the corridors and I’ll miss you forever. My thoughts and prayers are with Simon, Gilly, Ben and Jamie. Love always Jelly xxx

Anna Grenville (Putney High School) wrote at 5:34pm on December 13th, 2007
I've known Hannah for a very long time as that cheerful girl in the year below, but over the last year or so, she also became a friend. Reading these messages makes me wish I had got to know her even better. I will miss Hannah very much and she will not be forgotten. Message - Report - Delete In Loving Memory of Hannah King's Wall Back to In Loving Memory of Hannah King Displaying posts 81 - 100 of 281. Emily Medd (Putney High School) wrote at 5:29pm on December 13th, 2007 hannah it was such a huge shock to hear about your death as it was so sudden. I rememeber doing house choir with you and always seemed such a happy person, someone who would talk to anyone. And i loved your talk in medical society about your work experience in a hospital and i wish you could have been able to follow your dream and work as a docter i will miss you so much xxx

Kate O'Boyle (London) wrote at 5:25pm on December 13th, 2007
Dear family, all my thoughts are with you, sadly i never got to meet hannah but all i remember of her is when she got popcorn stuck in her ear. All the best. Kate O'Boyle x Message - Report - Delete Caroline Wilkes (London) wrote at 4:59pm on December 13th, 2007 I did not have the privilege of teaching Hannah for long, but it was always a pleasure to see her smiling face first thing on a Monday morning. She was one of the best students in the class, chirpy, bright and perceptive. We are going to miss her very much. Caroline Wilkes

Kate Smith (Putney High School) wrote at 4:50pm on December 13th, 2007
like i know others have, i have found it difficult to write on this wall until now.this is because there is nothing that can be said to do justice to hannah so i didnt know what to write... I first met Hannah when we were in years 7 and 8 and i can say from the bottom of my heart never once in any of our conversations over 6 years has she been (this will surprise noone) anything but cheerful and polite and jokey even when i probably looked moody as hell walking along the corridors. When she was going through her hardcore goth stage she was more than happy to let me raid her room for the spiky dog collars and probably various armbands when i needed fancy dress for a party! She even sealed the deal for my first boyfriend!taking the trouble to make sure she knew my locker number to slip in the card from her brother! I cant express how sorely missed Hannah clearly is by all but she couldnt be remembered more always hannah and my thoughts are with all the family xxxxx

Emily Oldfield (Putney High School) wrote at 4:40pm on December 13th, 2007
although i didn't know hannah that well i always thought it obvious that she was one of the people in lower 6th that i knew cos she had so many friends and was so easy to just talk to in the common room. i will always remember her blue coat nd black rim glasses! as well as her constant smiliness. i am sorry that this happened and ther are so many reasons this shouldn't have happned . it is obviously how much she was loved and will always be missed. so much love to ben and all of hannah's family xxxxxxxxxxx

Victoria Witkowski (Godolphin and Latymer) wrote at 4:33pm on December 13th, 2007
i remember she used to be jealous of my porcelain doll collection, and i of her rapunzel barbie. we played and had sleep overs. my family called her hannah banana. she loved to dress up. after i left putney park we still kept in touch and saw each other from time to time. she came to my disco party in year 9 and made me a dream catcher. i have hung it up in my room to remind me of her, not that i would ever forget her big smile anyway x

Rowena Dyson (Putney High School) wrote at 2:27pm on December 13th, 2007
I first met Hannah when she was my sister Caroline's walking to school buddy. When I moved for sixth form I too sometimes walked with her. Quite possibly one of the friendliest people I have ever met. I can't believe this has really happened. Everyone will miss you so much. xxxxxxxx

Violet Cowan (Aspen High School) wrote at 1:49pm on December 13th, 2007
i will always remember hannah's impression of vicky pollard.. i don't think i ever remember one time when i didn't see hannah with a smile on her face, she was probably one of the most optimistic people i ever met.. RIP Hannah Message - Report - Delete Harriet Flynn (Durham) wrote at 1:18pm on December 13th, 2007 Hannah was a brilliant, beautiful, much loved, wholly good person who will be sorely missed. Life is so far beyond our comprehension.

Goli Khonsari (Putney High School) wrote at 12:16pm on December 13th, 2007
hannah king, a beautiful girl not only on the outside, but on the inside also. After knowing her since the age of 7, i dont have a bad word or memory about hannah. she was a truly kind girl, who always cared about others. i remember in year 7 to year 9 being in her science class with mr bright, and every question he asked, hannahs hand would be up without doubt, even on the hardest of questions. she would shock everyone with her knowledge, but one thing that was obvious was her thirst for learning. but that was hannah, an intelligent girl who had great ambition in her life, and i feel grateful that i had the chance to know her. when i think of hannah, i will remember her laugh and smile that lit up everyones day, and that bright blue coat and her purple converses, that is imprinted in everyones mind. she was such a lovely girl, and i know that hannah will remain in our hearts forever. rest in peace hannah, your sorely missed, but you will never be forgotton

Caroline Ancel (France) wrote at 11:45am on December 13th, 2007
Je t'aime pour toujours

Kate Eccles (Marlborough College) wrote at 10:08am on December 13th, 2007
Hannah was amazing and beautiful and the funniest, happiest pirate ever to sail the seven seas. We had a band (an AWESOME band) we put on plays (frankly AMAZING plays) we managed between us to accidentally burn some pasta we were trying to cook (mental note for next time: adding water is always good). We braved the monsters of Montileu Gardens every day on the way back from each others houses. And then having not seen each other for 18 months we discovered we had both, totally independently made ourselves captains of pirate ships and recruited crew from the people at our school. Life is full of inexplicable happenings. Love you forever, captain Hannah.

Nattie Winsor (Putney High School) wrote at 8:56am on December 13th, 2007
Although I didnt know Hannah well, I knew her well enough to be able to tell what an optimistic, lovely, beautiful girl she was. I know that she will be sorely missed by all her family and friends, and we will all remember the fantastic things she did throughout her life, and how heaven just gained another smiling angel.

Taylor Dee (Putney High School) wrote at 6:51am on December 13th, 2007
i sadly never got the chance to meet Hannah, but so many of the people that i know have been touched by her and for that i think that she willl be remembered forever.

Anna Merriman (U32 High School) wrote at 1:38am on December 13th, 2007
I didn't know Hannah well, but i like to think that's only because we lived so far away from each other. I remember when I met her. Our family knew hers and I kept thinking she would be a snob, or unwelcoming or something. She wasn't. The minute I saw her, she struck up a conversation. She was nice and welcoming. She even invited me to her house that night and we talked about everything, from the spice girls to georgia nicolson. I don't think I've ever met someone as warm and happy and fun to be around as Hannah and I wish we could have become better friends. To her friends, and the Kings, my family is thinking of you and hope that you can get through this horrible loss. -Anna