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Facebook Posts: December 9th, 2007






Lauren Doble (London) wrote at 11:46pm on December 9th, 2007
I forgot to say when I wrote on here earlier that Hannah and I had a conversation earlier in the week about the fact I was planning to go to Tottenham v Man City today, and she revealed a random fondness of Spurs???!!! We joked about it at the time because I was going to be supporting Man City. Anyway, yesterday for several logistical reasons I decided that despite really wanting to, I wouldn't be able to make the game today. But when I heard the tragic news this morning it changed my mind again and I felt I desperately wanted to be there, so I went. Despite being there in support of Man City, it seemed fitting that Spurs won in a quite random manner, to honour Hannah's quite random declaration of having a soft spot for them earlier in the week! As I think I said before - Hannah never failed to raise a smile x

Mimi Thomas (London) wrote at 11:33pm on December 9th, 2007
I remember when i first came to putney and didn't really know anyone in my english class. Hannah, you would always make an effort to be kind, and make me feel welcome. You were so enthusiastic, and full of life, you were passionate about everything you did, and always put a happy twist on things. My thoughts are truly with your family and friends at this difficult time. You will forever remain in so many people's hearts. xx

Hannah Walters (Kingston Grammar School) wrote at 11:27pm on December 9th, 2007
RIP Hannah. You didn't deserve to be taken so young and you were one of the nicest and sweetest people i have ever met xxx

Vicky Illingworth (Putney High School) wrote at 11:24pm on December 9th, 2007
there is no way you deserve this, so young and so beautiful with one of the truest hearts i know. i've put off writing on the wall cos i just can't put how i feel and what an amazing person you are into simple words. you brought smiles wherever you went and i'm so sorry we didn't walk home together so much this year, but i will always remember the special times we did. I promise you will always be remembered. my best wishes are with your family. loveyou x x x

Jes Christieson (Putney High School) wrote at 11:08pm on December 9th, 2007
always optimistic with something nice to say, we will all miss you so much, your bubbly personality will never be forgotten, our loss is heavens gain physics and chemestry will never be the same xxxx

Aleks Klosok (Kings College School, Wimbledon) wrote at 11:08pm on December 9th, 2007
Hannah, you were always the person who would light up any conversation with your incredible character and you'd always be there to offer support. It will only be the great things that i'll remember about you, only the memories of happiness and kindness. The list of things that could describe you would go on and on. It was great to have known you, even if it was only for a short time. Why do things like this always happen to the kindest people? You will always be remembered and never forgotten. RIP KLosok xxxxxxx

Emma Gregory (London) wrote at 11:04pm on December 9th, 2007
i only met you a couple of times but i only have to read the comments to see how much you are loved and how much you will be missed. Rest In Peace, forever and always xxxx

Ed Treadwell (Radley College) wrote at 10:51pm on December 9th, 2007
a long time since pre-prep, but memories not forgotten. x

Stella Reynolds (Queen's Gate School) wrote at 10:49pm on December 9th, 2007
Please put up any photos of Hannah and keep writing your thoughts xx

Charlotte Giles (Putney High School) wrote at 10:48pm on December 9th, 2007
i really can't get my head around all of this hannah, but i know that young enterprise isn't going to be the same without you. I'm not sure that i remember how to tie those bows! i hope that wherever you are, you're happy and i know by all of these comments that you won't be forgotten xxxx

Margery Infield (Putney High School) wrote at 10:48pm on December 9th, 2007
I've been thinking about all the people who you touched, Hannah, and it's simply incredible. You transcended the year groups and brought smiles to so many people with your bubbly personality and wit. I will never forget Lisbon 06: what laughs! Choir rehearsals won't be the same without your sarcastic comments to cheer us up. You will be missed so very much. xxxxx

Sophia Bown (Godolphin and Latymer) wrote at 10:42pm on December 9th, 2007
hannah... we didnt meet all that many times i think, i definitely remember each time we saw each other us saying "omg we should see each other more often". i remember the first time i met you and you bounded in so happy... you were always very happy. i remember joking with you endlessly, we had the same sense of humour and we were on the same wavelength. we used to talk a lot about going and becoming pirates, starting off small with our rubber blow up dinghy and then upgrading every now and then. i just wish that i had seen you more and known you even better. it seems so unreal that someone as amazing as you can have gone, just like that. you will be missed, but remembered forever. RIP xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Elle Brighton (Putney High School) wrote at 10:38pm on December 9th, 2007
I can't believe you won't be here anymore, it shouldn't have happened, you had such amazing aspirations in life and so much determination, you never had a bad thing to say about anyone and tried to show the bright side in every situation, biology classes will not be the same, we will all miss you so much RIP xXx

Irina Buznea (London) wrote at 10:37pm on December 9th, 2007
i just had the most moving memory of you..... at PGL, saying that you never had and never would try smoking because 'you should never take any chances with life'.......... you did not deserve this hannah..... it's the biggest injustice i've ever seen..... xXx

Verity Phillips (London) wrote at 10:28pm on December 9th, 2007
i never saw you that often but when we did we always had good times at awans!you were always so thoughtful and friendly making everyone feel included, im thinking of you and your family, rest in peace xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Emily Rivett (Putney High School) wrote at 10:26pm on December 9th, 2007
Everyone keep writing up your memories because Hannah's family are finding this group very comforting. Also dig out ANY photos of Hannah and post them up because I think that her parents are going to make a Happy Hannah album xxx

Ceri Davies (The Lady Eleanor Holles School) wrote at 10:25pm on December 9th, 2007
I've known you all your life, literally. Words can't describe how amazing you are and how much you will be missed Hannah, rest in peace xxxx

Polly Rowan (Lady Margaret School) wrote at 10:15pm on December 9th, 2007 I have only met you 3 or 4 times but you were always so lovely and bubbly. you were so nice to me recently at a party where i didnt really know anyone, thank you. from the number of people in this group, you can see how many people love you and miss you. this is such a shock, and i feel for your family right now. xxxxxxxx

Anna Robertson (Bedales School) wrote at 10:11pm on December 9th, 2007
You are a truly amazing person, you will be missed by everyone who was lucky enough to meet you. I never got the chance to see you as much as I would have liked but will always remember your huge smile, all my love xx

Fiona Winter (no network) wrote at 10:11pm on December 9th, 2007
Hannah, no combination of words could possible describe how people feel right now. you were such a good friend to my sister and i can see how much she misses you, its indescribable. you always made a way of making someone laugh, in ballet when you told me not to worry and just to shift the blame... i look back and laugh. out of all Hannah's W friends you were the one to include me the most and make me feel welcome and i will never forget that. something i cant stop thinking about is how you had a plan for your life... you wanted to be a doctor and to no that so early in your life is an achievement. someone in this world will carry your dream on and everyone who ever met you will miss you every day for ever. i wish i could have said goodbye. all my love Fiona xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Chantal King (Putney High School) wrote at 10:06pm on December 9th, 2007
hannah, you'll be missed by everyone who knew you. You were so happy and amazing and always managed to put a smile on my face. I don't know what anyone is going to do without you. its so unfair that you are not here, u were always so enthusiastic, especailly about recycling and i'm sure you would have made an amazing doctor (or formula 1 driver!!!). you will be in our hearts forever and we'll never forget you.xxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Isy Hollom (London) wrote at 9:57pm on December 9th, 2007
trying to think of old memories and just remembered our special toothbrush!...many good times and thank you for the wonderful memories you have left us with. We will all miss you so much and rest in peace xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Lydia Jones (Queen's Gate School) wrote at 9:54pm on December 9th, 2007
I didnt know Hannah as well as most of the members of this group, but i know how much she was loved, and that this beautiful girl will stay with us much longer than she was allowed to. RIP xxxxxxxxxx

Henrietta Torrance (London) wrote at 9:50pm on December 9th, 2007
Hannah, your medical aspirations have inspired me so much. Georgina and I will do it together with you right beside us. We will always remember you. Lots of Love xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx P.S You looked absolutely stunning at Stella's.

Pierce Mendenhall (St Paul's School) wrote at 9:46pm on December 9th, 2007
Although I only knew you for 5 straight days, you made my medicine work experience bearable with you bubbliness and wonderful personality RIP hannah

Delete Nadine Smith (Putney High School) wrote at 9:41pm on December 9th, 2007
hannah your enuthusiasm for life and kindness to everyone was so special. There should be more people like you in the world and you will always live on in our hearts.

Katrina Spreyer (London) wrote at 9:39pm on December 9th, 2007
she was an amazing girl with an amazing smile who everyone loved!! R.I.P.Hannah xxxx

Ellie W (Godolphin and Latymer) wrote at 9:27pm on December 9th, 2007
I cant say i remember the first time we met, because we were so young: singing group. Then again we had the discos of years 7-9 and from then the randomly finding each other in restaurants, at fireworks or on buses. you always had something nice to say and a joke to crack, This is such an awful shock, we will all miss you, life isnt fair xxx

Clara Hardingham (Putney High School) wrote at 9:22pm on December 9th, 2007
Hannah, you are amazing - a breath of fresh air to everyone who knew you. I'll never forget you and i'll miss you loads xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Minty Farquhar (downe house school) wrote at 9:14pm on December 9th, 2007
Hannah..hadnt seen you for ages but always remember the funny times we had at Lytton House (you being the major general..will always make me laugh when i watch pinafore pirates!). so shocked, you're clearly going to be missed a lot. RIP. XOX

Georgia Hopkins (Queens Gateway to Health Sciences) wrote at 9:11pm on December 9th, 2007 Ive never met anyone who is as loved as hannah is, she has created such a big lasting impression on everyone. We all love you Hannah. xxx

Brid Arnstein (Putney High School) wrote at 9:10pm on December 9th, 2007 truly, quite simply a beautfiul girl. Rest in peace Hannah.

Ellie Wright (London) wrote at 9:07pm on December 9th, 2007
hannah you always make me smile!! so i will smile whenever i walk past your haouse and when im walking home and when im on the 430 and think of the first time we properly met and i thought what a bublly perpsn you were! i will miss our ocasional walkinghomes and your amazingly lovely friedly beaming face and constant chatter whenever i bumped into you at school or somewhere on the way home, normally on our road, i will miss you alot alot, love you xxxxxxxxxxx

Onsse Hassan (London) wrote at 9:01pm on December 9th, 2007
Hannah and i went to putney park together, than she left and we met again at putney high. Sadly i haven't had long to get to know her again all i can say is that she was an amazing person! R.I.P

Emily Wells (Surbiton High School) wrote at 8:49pm on December 9th, 2007
I will always remember the Putney Park days x

Lauren McKenzie (London) wrote at 8:31pm on December 9th, 2007
i didnt know hannah very well but i remember the first time i met her in the junior school she was soo nice to me and i will always remember how happy i was to have met her. xx

Gus MacLeod (Kings College School, Wimbledon) wrote at 8:30pm on December 9th, 2007
can everyone put any pictures they have of Hannah up as her parents would like as many as possible. search your computers and get posting x

Carolyn Burr (London) wrote at 8:04pm on December 9th, 2007
Hannah... I will miss you so much, I hadnt seen you in ages! but wheneva you saw me youd always say hi and make me laugh without fail! I will never forget our amazingly funny ballet lessons I was lucky enough to share with you and the scaryness of having to cope with those old smelly examiners... your earings... and our moving backwards dance where we thought Karen couldnt see! Rest in peace darling... I will miss you so much.... You touched my heart and I will never forget you.. dance by my side for eva, ill never forget you xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Richard Cook (London) wrote at 8:03pm on December 9th, 2007
What happened? :O:O I only knew her for a short time and only met her a couple of times! But she was very nice person I remember one of our convo on MSN about musics and bands She alo was very helpful funny and just a very nice person! RIP Hannah :(:(:(:(:( xxxx<

Lotti Boreham (Putney High School) wrote at 7:53pm on December 9th, 2007
I will miss you Hannah, from your enthusiasm in medical society to your constant encouragment to get us all to recycle! You were one of the friendliest & lovliest girls I've ever met, and its unjust that you had to be taken from us this young. You had so much to give and worked so hard. I'll never forget this one amazing talk we had in the art classroom about the future and how determined you were to become an incredible doctor. It was probably the most inspiring speech anyone ever made to me. I'll miss you so much, medical society will never be the same again. My thoughts are with your family at this difficult time. Love you. RIP. xxxxxx

Harriet Marsden (St Paul's Girls' School) wrote at 7:34pm on December 9th, 2007
probably shudnt even be joinin this as i only met her 4 a day but even im feelin th loss, its jst so unfair. she had her whole life ahed of her bt she wont b forgotton. luv 2 her family XXX

Iona Gilmour (Putney High School) wrote at 7:34pm on December 9th, 2007
Your sparkle, your amazing infectious smile which got everyone smiling! and your enthusiasm for everything are an inspiration to all. Your incredible personality and love was perfect for Dr King and will be thoroughly missed. I'll never forget your amusing ramblings in med soc, our monday morning tea chats and your endless persistence for me to join recycling club! All my love xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Huw Atkin (no network) wrote at 7:29pm on December 9th, 2007 Hannah, you always filled people with happiness where ever you went and never had bad words about anyone. You always had a smile on your face and good intentions in your heart. You will be greatly missed, never forgotten and we will all love you forever. xxxxx

Steve Galloway (London) wrote at 7:23pm on December 9th, 2007
You were one of the kindest people I've ever met- always smiling and always able to bring a smile to someones face. I'll never forget all the happy times we had. rest in peace hannah xxxxxx

Tom Elliott (King's College School) wrote at 7:02pm on December 9th, 2007
Hannah, i will always remember you for the way that you were able to make me smile whatever the situation. The way we used to rescue bees together in my garden, and the way you always used to be so interested in nature. When i was with you i was always happy. You are the best person in the world Hannah, and you were taken way before your time, you were destined for greatness and although you are now gone from our world i know you will be watching over all of us. You will inspire all of us to be great. I will hold you in my heart and love you forever Hannah. I will always remember you. I will always love you hannah from the person you were when me met all those years ago to the incredible happy, intelligent person that you grew into. xxxxxxxxxxxx

Monica Lee (Putney High School) wrote at 6:56pm on December 9th, 2007
HANNAH!!! you will be never forgotten from any of our hearts neverever! :'(..... you were one of the nicest person i ever knew ..... i cannot believe now there wont be our little convo before our music lessons nor the medical society without you... you meant so much to all of us hannah love you xxxxxxxxx Rest In Peacexxxxxxx

Emma Wilkinson (Putney High School) wrote at 6:45pm on December 9th, 2007
i may have only really known u in years 7 and 8, but i will never forget how kind and welcoming u were when the rest of my year had gone to france. whenever id see u around school u would always be soo happy. i hope u r ok wherever u r and u will never be forgotten by anyone rip hannah xxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Jemima Owen (The Harrodian School) wrote at 6:40pm on December 9th, 2007
Hannah, you only have to look at everything written on this wall to see what an impact you have had on so many people's lives. You were such a beautiful person. I honestly don't think I can ever remember you saying anything bad about anybody. You helped me so much, especially in the last couple of years. The fact you always tried to cheer me up, chat to me in art, etc.. I wish we'd gone on that bead-course in Covent Garden together. I remember our telepathy in Ms. Hattaway's class - we really thought we could do it! I'll never forget you. It's so unfair that this happened to someone as fantastic, warm and kind as you. All the love in the world, xxxxxxxx

Flo Ware (Putney High School) wrote at 6:38pm on December 9th, 2007
Your bright blue coat will be missed along Chartfield on the way to school. Your singing will be missed in carol concerts, choir tours and music showcases. Your enthusiasm for all things environmental will be missed in 6th form commitee. Your smile will be missed by everyone that knew you. We will never forget you xxx

Lucy Hunt (Putney High School) wrote at 6:35pm on December 9th, 2007
The best sports acro partner I ever had. You put a smile on my face ever week at sixth form committee with your love and dedication to recycling and you were always so happy to help with anything. we will make sure our plastic bags get reused for you. You'll be missed by everyone at Putney XXXXX

Laura Shook (Putney High School) wrote at 6:21pm on December 9th, 2007
There is no explanation for this injustice. I have always admired you Hannah; you are a truly uplifting person. You would have made an outstanding doctor and i have no doubt that you would have saved countless lives. it is just so unfair, this should never happen to people as good as you. we will all struggle to ever come to terms with this tragedy, our thoughts are with your family i love you Hannah,may you rest in peace. xxxxxxxxxxxx

Sophie Marx (Francis Holland School) wrote at 6:15pm on December 9th, 2007 Always a twinkle in her eye. Forever a star. XXX Report - Delete Mimi Thomas (London) wrote at 6:13pm on December 9th, 2007 hannah-always the optimist, so friendly, so welcoming, so kind. will miss the music chats and matching coats. so special, so loved. rest in pease lovely. xx

Clementine Kevin Clough (London) wrote at 5:56pm on December 9th, 2007
forever loved and never forgotton. will remember : pinafore pirates, you in tudor uniform for mrs myer, christmas carol solos together always smiling and always happy - hope u find a better place than what we have been given xxxxxxxxx

Georgie Harris (Godolphin and Latymer) wrote at 5:53pm on December 9th, 2007
i only met her once, but she was one of the nicest people ive ever met. she was so fun and cheerful and its not fair. i wish i could have had the chance to get to know you better hannah. R.I.P xxx

Ellie Tack (Putney High School) wrote at 5:52pm on December 9th, 2007
Hannah, you will be an irreplaceable spot in the common room, I will greatly miss your prescence on the committee too. I promise I will keep pushing to get a seperate bin for plastic and cans xxx

Victoria Witkowski (Godolphin and Latymer) wrote at 5:30pm on December 9th, 2007
she was always smilling and happy to see everyone. will not be forgotten EVER x

Tilly Craston (St. Mary's) wrote at 5:09pm on December 9th, 2007
I will always remember Hannah dressed as The Educated Major General in our Year 6 production of Pinafore Pirates with that big red rose in her hair. In the four years that I was lucky enough to go to school with her she never ever failed to make me smile and laugh. Walking home with her and Kate after choir was the highlight of the day. I will always think of her and her love of anything and everything ridiculous and how she was so kind to everyone - there was absolutely nothing false about her and I can't think of a single time that she fell out with or was remotely nasty to anyone. It's a complete tragedy that someone so loved and young had to go so quickly and decades too soon. There was obviously a shortage of angels in Heaven and she was the best person possible for the job. RIP xox

Lydia McEvoy (London) wrote at 5:01pm on December 9th, 2007
One of the kindest, warmest people I have ever had the pleasure of knowing and an inspiration to us all through her hard work and care. You will never be forgotten and may you rest in peace. XXXXXXXXXX

Polly Rutland (London) wrote at 4:52pm on December 9th, 2007
always in my heart hannah.X

Amelia Louis (Bradfield College) wrote at 4:18pm on December 9th, 2007
she always put up with my inability to do science, especially with miss ames! i may not go to putney anymore but i will be proud to wear my pirate clothes around bradfield college tomorrow xxxxx

Anna Paynter (Queen's Gate School) wrote at 4:08pm on December 9th, 2007
She was loved by everyone who met her, and not surprisingly because she was an awesome girl who always wore a smile! She'll always be remembered!

Violet Cowan (Aspen High School) wrote at 4:01pm on December 9th, 2007
RIP never failed to put a smile on my face..xx

Fiora Lopes (Esher College) wrote at 3:38pm on December 9th, 2007
I just can't get over the shock...and to such a lovely in peace xxxxxx

Emily Rivett (Putney High School) wrote at 3:33pm on December 9th, 2007
I have known Hannah since I wass eight and she was seven and i cannot remember a single time when being around her was not an absolute pleasure. She was a magical person until the very end and will never be forgotten "It is not how long the star burns for that matters, rather the brightness of the light" Hannah was the brightest person ever and shall always be loved xxxx

Janina Moutia-Bloom (London) wrote at 3:32pm on December 9th, 2007
I didn't know her personally, but I was meant to meet her yesterday, and now I know why I didn't get the chance. She sounds like a beautiful person - I'm so sorry for everyone that knew and loved her. RIP. xxxxxxxxxx

Hannah Fickling (Godolphin and Latymer) wrote at 3:24pm on December 9th, 2007
I guess most people writing stuff on this wall will remember Hannah as a pirate (and a good one she was) but i remember her as a bunny, she was Hannah bunny and i was Hannah yaya. we grew up together and though we didn't see each other as often as we would have liked everytime we did meet up she was as wonderful, bubbly, funny, smiley, happy and full of amazing stories as ever. I can't remember the last time Hannah, Alice and i were together, i wish that we had seen each other all together more often, just like when we were younger. Bunny introduced me to loads of things, poker, starbucks, supersmash bros, beading, making dreamcatchers, the guitar, Johnny Depp... it was amazing how many people knew her... i remember meeting people and they would know her and everyone would love her. I feel so privilaged that i was her friend and she brought so much joy to my heart and to the hearts of so many others. I'll miss her so much and i will never ever forget her.

Ella Newton (London) wrote at 3:24pm on December 9th, 2007
i never met Hannah but from what ive heard she was an amazing person. its just so sad, life is so unfair. God bless. r.i.p xxx

Alyce Perrott (London) wrote at 3:19pm on December 9th, 2007
I haven't known hannah very long but she was one of the loveliest people I have ever met. RIP xxxxxxxxx

Tim Wigmore (Tiffin Boys' School) wrote at 3:03pm on December 9th, 2007
Hannah you were the kindest and most amazing person anyone could ever know, and so clever too. You were wacky and original but only in a good way. I really cannot believe this has happened to you - there is no justice. xx

Frankie Tobi (London) wrote at 2:54pm on December 9th, 2007
Hannah you were one of the most special people I ever met. I will never forget the memories I have of you on the choir tour and just generally in school corridors. I am in complete shock. No one deserves to go this young. Love you for ever. xxxxxxxxxx

Irina Buznea (London) wrote at 2:48pm on December 9th, 2007
I just came online and saw my invitation to this group - this was the first I heard about what's happened. I absolutely cannot believe it, I'm in complete shock, I can't understand it. It seems insane that I'm writing this message now. Hannah was an absolutely incredible person with a beautiful, contagious smile. She was one of the most down to earth, genuine people I've ever met in my life and she wouldn't say a bad word about anyone. No-one could deserve this less. I'll never forget PGL and Spanish memories and I will always treasure the mix CD you made me full of OPM... I just can't get over it. I don't actually know how this happened so all sorts are going through my head. Could someone please message me to explain..? I'd appreciate it a lot. xXx

April Cain (Putney High School) wrote at 2:45pm on December 9th, 2007
r.i.p hannah, ill never forget you and the ghost stories you told me in the wendy hut. ill remember you everytime i tell anyone them. its a shame that you never got to write me that book like we planned, but it doenst matter. its hard to believe i saw you only a week ago walking out of school in your blue coat. its so surreal. i hope you are happy wherever you are. xxxx

Stella Reynolds (Queen's Gate School) wrote at 2:37pm on December 9th, 2007
I think it would be a lovley idea for everyone to upload their photos of Hannah as we should celebrate her life and never forget her happy face.

Sian Jenkins (Surbiton High School) wrote at 2:22pm on December 9th, 2007
Hannah was the best friend ANYone could ever hope for and we shuld know- 10 FANTASTIC years as the 3 amigos! In our eyes she will never be forgotton but always missed. We'll love Hannah forever Sian and Lizzie

Kelly Harlock (Esher College) wrote at 2:09pm on December 9th, 2007
Nobody will ever forget Hannah. Such a beautiful, bright and wonderful person will never fade from my memory, nor anybody elses. She had so much love and kindness to give everyone, and we all adored her for it - well, that and the fact she also did a fantastic impression of Vicky Pollard. Hannah, we miss you; we'll never stop missing you - we love you. xxxxxxxxx

Olivia-Louise Ovenden (London) wrote at 1:49pm on December 9th, 2007
Hannah was one of the most kind, funny and warm hearted people at our school. Its such a huge loss to have suffered and i'm sure i speak for all of us when i say we will never forget her and the kindness she showed everyone. Life can be cruel and unfair, to see her hardwork gone and family suffering but our prayers are with her family and friends and may she forever rest in peace. It's unbelievable to have lost someone so beautiful, so full of integrity and so strong who had time for anyone and everyone. Hannah we will never forget you and thank you for everything you contributed to our lives, our thoughts are with your friends and family and we will all help eachother through this incredibly hard time xxxxxxxx

Maggie Murray (Putney High School) wrote at 1:48pm on December 9th, 2007
There's not much more that can be said about how absolutely amazing Hannah was. She was always kind to everyone and I honestly can't think of a single bad memory about her. She didn't deserve this. I know I'll always remember her. Thank you Hannah, and rest in peace xxxxx

Sally Oliver (Putney High School) wrote at 1:44pm on December 9th, 2007
hannah was amazing.... enough said. may she never be forgotten. xx

Phoebe O'Hanlon (Putney High School) wrote at 1:30pm on December 9th, 2007
rest in peace hannah.we will never forget u and your amazing personality xxx

Hollie Leat (Putney High School) wrote at 1:26pm on December 9th, 2007
Our loss is heavens gain, sleep tight Hannah xxx

Annie Miller (London) wrote at 1:23pm on December 9th, 2007
Hannah was the happiest and sweetest girl i've ever met. She always had something nice to say or was doing something funny and she had a huge heart. She was truly amazing. We're thinking of you hannah...xxxxxx

Christina Tsitsopoulos (Godolphin and Latymer) wrote at 1:12pm on December 9th, 2007 I only ever met you three times Hannah but that was enough to see what a truly lovely person you were. May you rest in peace and i'm sure we will all keep our best memories of you in our hearts forever. xxx

Flo Smith (London) wrote at 1:09pm on December 9th, 2007
hans, the pirate idea is amazing - think of the smile that it would put on hannah's face to see all her friends and classmates honour her by noting her love for pirates. hannah was set on doing medicine, and what an amazing doctor she would have been - not only was she unbelievably clever she also was one of the kindest people you'd ever meet. rest in peace hannah, we'll never forget.

Nicola Pring (Putney High School) wrote at 1:07pm on December 9th, 2007 charging an iPod with an onion hannah, we'll do it for you xxxxxxxxxxx

Tash Evans (St Paul's Girls' School) wrote at 1:06pm on December 9th, 2007
im so so sorry hannah, you didnt deserve this and i wish i could have seen you more often. will always remember happy memories RIP xxxx M

Hans Spencer (London) wrote at 12:54pm on December 9th, 2007
and i dont think anyone would forget her unhealthy obsession for pirates... therefore everyone tomorrow is a pirate themed day so that everyone can remember all the amazing stuff about her... even if you just bring in an eye patch or something, anything is fine...xxxxxxx

Louise Brookes-Pearce (Putney High School) wrote at 12:52pm on December 9th, 2007
hannah was so kind, if you ever needed anything she would always be there. she was one of the few people who always cared about what was important and didn't lt anything else shadow it. a toast to hannah, may she rest in peace, my thoughts are with her family and those who were close to her we all love you hannah xxxxxxxxxx

Hollie Leat (Putney High School) wrote at 12:15pm on December 9th, 2007
R.I.P Hannah............xxxx

Adriana Van Der Linden (St Paul's Girls' School) wrote at 12:06pm on December 9th, 2007
One thing that always struck me about Hannah was that she was so full of life. She never seemed to waste even one minute with negative thoughts, and always had time for people. She was one of the most amazing people that I knew, and almost all of my fondest childhood memories have her in then in some way. The brevity of her life is so unfair, and I cannot believe such an amazing person is gone from the world, although her memory will always remain. RIP xxxxxx

Isabel Cattle (London) wrote at 11:59am on December 9th, 2007
i will always miss you hannah, nothing will be the same without you, "yar" and "nar" (a toast to private jokes) xxxxxxxxxx

Lauren Doble (London) wrote at 11:49am on December 9th, 2007
I'm utterly shocked by the news. What a waste of an incredibly special life. In all the ten years I had the pleasure of knowing Hannah she never did anything to hurt anyone and always managed to raise a smile. She will be sadly missed and warmly remembered, and as her Elsa Maud Plant Scholarship partner I endeavour to somehow incorperate something into my trip in honour of her and all the amazing work she was planning to do. RIP Hannah xxxx

Jenny Whitgift (Putney High School) wrote at 11:39am on December 9th, 2007
Hannah was the life and soul of the party not to mention our physics lessons, her enthusiasm in science taught us such things as how to power your ipod with an onion. good times. you will remain in our hearts always.

Georgina Thomas (London) wrote at 11:36am on December 9th, 2007
I will remember many memories lovingly. rip. X

Mele Redbond (Putney High School) wrote at 11:26am on December 9th, 2007
hannah was probably what defined a good samaritan, she was so lovely to be around and never failed to make me smile x

Nicola Pring (Putney High School) wrote at 11:22am on December 9th, 2007
RIP hannah....everyone will miss you so much xxx

Daisy Armitage (Queen's Gate School) wrote at 10:46am on December 9th, 2007
absolutely. i dont think anyone will have a bad memory of her. who remembers her goth phase? hehe x

Hans Spencer (London) wrote at 10:39am on December 9th, 2007
She was one of the most amazinng people ive ever met and we will never forget her xxxx