1. Thinking of you today on your birthday. Hope you have a pint in hand Grandad! Love you always xx

  2. Tom was a kind human and friend! I meet him when I moved to England and worked at the pub. He always was the type of person that would ask me How I was and was kind to me when I was learning English. He liked to chat and tell me his stories when he was at the pub over a pint of Guinness. Will always remember you Tom, I know you are in a better place and I will always remember your good heart! RIP my friend

  3. Farewell Thomas. You were one of lifes true gentlemen. Always a pleasure to be in you company when you were home on holidays, all the great stories – interesting and well told and all the laughs.. Rest in Peace..

  4. Thomas our cousin will be greatly missed.
    What a character!
    Kind hearted with a great sense of humour. His vast knowledge & great wit. His company was great fun to be with. We had many meetups mainly in Putney & at home in Ireland. Good bye cousin Thomas.
    May your gentle soul Rest In Peace.

  5. I would like to offer my condolences to the Murphy family to my brother in law Michael finneran and rose and his sister Martina tom was a true gentleman full of wit and pride in his dress code may he rest in eternal glory amen

  6. Truly one of a kind who will love forever in the hearts of the lives he touched. An absolute gentleman. ☘️Coladh Samh… No bheidh a leitheid Ann aria. ☘️. (sleep safe. There will never be the likes of you again.

  7. My Grandad Tom. Not by blood but by heart.

    A true gent, full of warmth, joy and amazing, wholesome tales.

    I could sit and talk with you all day – as Rose would say, the two “chatterboxes” – I definitely met my match in you! 🙂

    Everyone that ever met you adored you and I’m so grateful for all of the great times we had together. I will forever cherish these memories.

    Love you Grandad xxxxxxxxxx

  8. Thomas,You were a true gentleman. Always enjoyed meeting with you. You had a story for each age group. Always remembered by your cousin Sean

  9. One of the most gentlest person I’ve had had the pleasure to meet…we had some good journeys and memories along the way…thank you for accepting me into your family…you loved calling me a diamond,still don’t understand why…flights to Ireland will never be the same without your company..I’m sure there’s some good story telling byond the rainbows end…R.I.P. sweet Thomas

  10. Dear Uncle Thomas you were one in a million…you were like a second dad to me…you were kind,generous and always full of laughter…I will miss your stories…the story I tell you is true..Putney and the Murphy family have lost a legend…until we meet again..

  11. Tom was very proud of his Leitrim roots. He was a true and loyal friend who will be sorely missed.
    He was great company. A man with a natural charm and gentle nature which endeared him to all who knew him, especially the ladies.
    A true gentleman.
    RIP, my old mate.

  12. Our Deepest Sympathies to the Murphy family, extended Relative’s and friends on the sad Passing of Thomas. Thomas was always a pleasure to meet and spend time with. He will be dearly missed by all who had the pleasure of knowing him. May Thomas now Rest in the Eternal Peace of Heaven.

  13. RIP Dearest Thomas You were the best brother in the whole world.Will miss and love you forever! ❤️

  14. Sincere sympathy to the Murphy & extended families on Thomas’s sad passing. A true gentleman and always a pleasure to meet. We enjoyed his many stories!
    May he now rest in eternal peace.

  15. Thomas was a joy to be around. Always so caring and good humoured. He never failed to see the good in people and the funny side of life. We will remember him always with great love. RIP dearest Uncle Thomas. XXX

  16. My first memory of Tom was when he home from England on holidays and I , aged about 6 or 7,visited home in Leitrim with his sister Mae, he was very chatty and great fun. Met home good few times later when I was single but not much in last 20 yrs. May his gentle Soul Rest in Peace.Condolences to his lovely sisters, and Martina and Micheal and all the other nieces and nephews and friends.

  17. Uncle Thomas was the best uncle one could have. Miss you so much. Your fond niece. Martina x❤️

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Funeral Arrangements

We invite you to join us to celebrate the life of Thomas Vincent Murphy


Date: 21/01/2022
Time: 12:15
St Augustines Roman Catholic Church
Location: 55 Fulham Palace Road, Hammersmith London W6 8AU GB

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