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Allingham

Margery. 1904--66, British author of detective stories, featuring Albert Campion. Her works include Tiger in the Smoke (1952) and The Mind Readers (1965)
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Allingham says: 'I am proud to have joined the team at GemAaAaAeAe- Valv Africa .
In a book Philip Allingham wrote, he called the girl Sally Fisher but this was not her real name.
It wasn't until the Sunday (the day after the Cambrian Rally) that it sank in," admitted Allingham.
Allingham reported that he pushed hard on stage 4 before easing off to pick up third place overall as well as Group N honours for near showroom specification cars in the event.
23, the International Bottled Water Association recognized Alaska Brands President and Chief Executive Officer Lynn Allingham as a certified plant operator.
Henry Allingham was the world's oldest man when, at the age of 113, he met Llywelyn Hall in June 2009, a month before he died.
They said: "We have asked Mrs Allingham in to discuss her prescription and we are happy to exchange the spectacles but they are Edinburgh, Dundee if non-refundable.
But the MoD said: "It is a long-standing convention that honours are not awarded posthumously, so it will not be possible for Mr Allingham to receive one.
Mr Allingham left most of his fortune to another daughter, Jean Gray, and pounds 2,000 to charities.
THE late Henry Allingham could have a statue erected in his honour in his home town.
Summary: Some of the key dates in the life of Henry Allingham, one of Britain's last First World War veterans, whose funeral is today.
THE remarkable life of First World War veteran Henry Allingham was celebrated yesterday at a funeral service to mark the passing of the last founder member of the RAF.