Sir Henry Pigott Memorial

  • 10 Dec 2017 23:53
    Reply # 5622834 on 5612757
    Brian Kerslake wrote:

    Thanks for posting this, Graham. I came to it late, but just wanted to record here now much I enjoyed reading Henry’s articles and your recent magazine article about his life, and your other Halls of Fame of course. You put a lot of time into them and I really appreciate it.

    I love writing the articles, though some of them do take an enormous amount of time and research.  I spent a year working on Henry's article and if he had not passed away we might have expanded it into a book eventually.  I felt privileged to be taken into his confidence.  The result is a unique document for the JRA's records.
  • 04 Dec 2017 21:42
    Reply # 5612757 on 5295731

    Thanks for posting this, Graham. I came to it late, but just wanted to record here now much I enjoyed reading Henry’s articles and your recent magazine article about his life, and your other Halls of Fame of course. You put a lot of time into them and I really appreciate it.

    Last modified: 04 Dec 2017 21:47 | Anonymous member
  • 04 Oct 2017 23:23
    Message # 5295731

    Sarah Pigott, Sir Henry's daughter, has asked me to extend an invitation to all JRA members to attend Henry's memorial service on the 14th of October.  The address is as follows:

    St Nicholas church

    Brockenhurst 

    Hampshire

    1200 followed by Carey's manor after, donations to RNLI

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