Tributes have been paid to a "beautiful' woman who was found in woods after she went missing for two days.
Zantanna Hall, 24, had been faced with a number of tragedies in her life and was finally laid to rest on Tuesday (August 3), reports GrimsbyLive.
In February she and her partner Brandan Scott sadly lost their unborn child and in August 2004 Zantanna's father Andy Hall was killed.
Also in 2017 Zantanna's grandmother Camille Searby, who she cared for, passed away after battling a brain tumour.
Brandan described how the pair from Scunthorpe had been together "through the darkest and happiest times".
Zantanna had not been seen for a couple of days before she was discovered on July 16 in woodland near Mortal Ash Hill.
She fell pregnant in December 2020 and it would have been their first baby together.
Brandan said: "She had mountains to climb after all the tragedies in her life. But we loved going out eating and for rides on our bikes and we both loved travel.
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"Often went to Tattershall Lakes, London and had a great time in Turkey. It was always impulsive. We just saw a place and went."
Brandan said he is planning to erect a bench in the town with a plaque dedicated to her memory. He thanked his family and friends for their "exceptional support" over the most difficult time of his life.
"Everyone supported her but she often felt on her own. With lockdown restrictions it was difficult for her," he added.
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Mum Sharon said: "We were always best friends. We enjoyed our holidays. Zantanna loved going out on the quad bike with her dad when he was alive. He died tragically when she was just seven years old.
"She was such a loving and giving soul. Nothing was too much and if anyone was feeling upset she would always be there to put her arm around them," told Sharon.
She added: "I am so lucky to have had such a beautiful and amazing daughter for 24 years."
She said the support from family and friends at the funeral service on Tuesday was a great comfort to her.
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