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    1. [ADGIE] A new website -
    2. Nigel Penton Tilbury
    3. Posted with the kind permission of the Listowner. You are cordially invited to visit, a totally non-commercial & privately-owned site. Following the death of a close family member, I was surprised at the charges levied by the local newspaper for posting just a small obituary. The same applies to birth, engagement, marriages notices et al. It made me think through the whole 'public notices' thing and I created which is an on-line repository for all such, with no fees or charges to view, search or post. Unlike a newspaper this has the advantage of being world-wide, free and doesn't get thrown away! Please feel free to help yourself and post anything which is relevant and appropriate - and it doesn't have to be current. Details of 'Auntie Millie born in 1896' is just as relevant as a modern-day wedding notice. If you like it, please tell your friends, for anyone is welcome to post good news or sad news. .........& if you don't, just tell me! Cheers for now, Nigel ______________________________________________ - the free online repository for all notices of Births, Deaths, Marriages, Engagements, Anniversaries and Missing Persons Doing it for free - unlike the newspapers ! Visit Follow us on Twitter ______________________________________________

    04/07/2010 10:25:50
    1. [ADGIE] Harry Arnold ADGIE bn. 1887
    2. Ann Sargeant
    3. Harry grew up in Hampshire (1901 in Farnborough) and joined the Army. A WWI Medal Card shows a Harry Arnold Adgie was with the Manchester Regiment/Gordon Highlanders as Co Sgt Major. He also completed a time with the RAF and in 1936 was confirmed Second Lt. Have searched the GRO indexes for England and Wales through to 1983 but have not found a marriage or a death registration for Harry who was son of my Gt Grandfather's sister. Any news will be very gratefully received. Ann

    03/05/2007 11:57:41