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TO-DAY’S REVIEW OP LEEDS BOYS.

TO-DAY’S REVIEW OP LEEDS BOYS.

the Ballater district yesterday. The King, accompanied by the Prince of Wales, Colonel Sir F. Ponsonby, and Captain Godfrey Faussett, left Balmoral in motor shortly before ten, and proceeded to Gairnside Moors, where shooting commenced. This was the first
13 August 1910 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
WHIST DRIVE.

WHIST DRIVE.

evergreens and beautifully made artificial arum lilies. An enjoyable tea was provided, under the supervisicgt of Hiss Godfrey Faussett, who was ably assisted by the teacher* 1 and other friends. After the tables had been cicarcd, short entertainment was proviueu
06 January 1923 - Hampshire Advertiser - Southampton, Hampshire, England
 
RODMELL.

RODMELL.

Common. HOSPITAL GlFTS.—Gifts received at the Uckfield Cottage Uosnital during July were from the following:—Mrs. Godfrey Faussett. cabbages; Mr. B. Taylor, cabbages and lettuce; Mrs. Taylor, raspberries; Mrs. Brown, jam; Dr. Sweet, vegetables: Mrs. Wren
08 August 1930 - Sussex Agricultural Express - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
fashionable anb personal. The Prince of Wales received the Right Hon. Sir Kingsley Wood, M.P. (Minister of Health) Friday. Lord

fashionable anb personal. The Prince of Wales received the Right Hon. Sir Kingsley Wood, M.P. (Minister of Health) Friday. Lord

held at the Royal Pavilion, Brighton, on Friday. Brigadier-General E. G. Godfrey- Faussett, of Hadlow Down, paid a visit to a display and bazaar by Hailsbam Boy Scouts at Hailsham on Saturday. The Marquess and the Marchioness of Abergavenny have consented
20 December 1935 - Kent & Sussex Courier - Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England
 
THE SURREY ADVERTISER AND COUNTY TIMES, SATURDAY, NOV. 13, 1943 COBHAM The District Representative of the "Surrey Advertiser” at Leatherhead

THE SURREY ADVERTISER AND COUNTY TIMES, SATURDAY, NOV. 13, 1943 COBHAM The District Representative of the "Surrey Advertiser” at Leatherhead

Coles. Lord Bennett spoke on youth’s heritage and the responsibility of passing it on to future generations. Major H. C. Faussett represented the British Legion and Mr. Gould Toe H. PEASLAKE Peaslake Youth Centre held a competition evening, organised
13 November 1943 - Surrey Advertiser - Guildford, Surrey, England
 
Bend for Catalogue. Phone 360.

Bend for Catalogue. Phone 360.

F. Starkey. Medicate HOILSP. The local Boy Scouts %rite present, and. with the Banbury Reid Cross nurses, formed a guard of honour. Captain Wood, adjutant of theist Essen. was beet man, and Colonel Faussett and many other officers were present The officiating
08 March 1915 - Northampton Chronicle and Echo - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
THE LATE LADY

THE LATE LADY

W. Mears. Mr. and Mrs. F. Gilmour, Mrs. F. Lewis. Mrs. C. ' Harding. Mr. Scivier, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lewry, Miss Godfrey Faussett, Dr. and Mrs. A. S. Pern, Mrs. Salwey, the Misses Lee, Mr. L. Blackman, Mrs. B. Winter, Miss Luttrell. Mrs. T. Whitfield
20 December 1935 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
ROYAL PARTY WALES. KING OPENS ANOTHER SANATORIUM. /IVINE SERVICE AT SWANSEA (FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT.) Swansea, Saturday. The King and

ROYAL PARTY WALES. KING OPENS ANOTHER SANATORIUM. /IVINE SERVICE AT SWANSEA (FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT.) Swansea, Saturday. The King and

the Princess, in lighter blue, with lord Stamfordham, the Countess of Minto, ioloncl Clive Wigraro, and Sir Bryan Godrev Faussett in attendance, went to luilth Road Station, and were received by Ormathwaite, who presented the chairlan and members of the
19 July 1920 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
A picture taken euteide Qeldsbereuph Hall aftar tne chrietening ceremeny. shewing (left te right, frent rew) :•—The King. Princess Mary, the Queen and Master Lascellee, and Vieceunt Lascellee; (back rew), Celenel Lane Pea, Lady Beyne, Lady Hareweed, the Archblihep ef Yerk. Prince Qserge, Lady Mary Trefuels, and Majer the Hen. Edward Laecelles.

A picture taken euteide Qeldsbereuph Hall aftar tne chrietening ceremeny. shewing (left te right, frent rew) :•—The King. Princess Mary, the Queen and Master Lascellee, and Vieceunt Lascellee; (back rew), Celenel Lane Pea, Lady Beyne, Lady Hareweed, the Archblihep ef Yerk. Prince Qserge, Lady Mary Trefuels, and Majer the Hen. Edward Laecelles.

where the Royal party are entering. Some little time before Viscount I«*oelle* had entered the church alone, and now met frey Faussett, Canon and Mrs. Hartley, and Mr. and Mrs. Nigel Fitaroy. A solemn hush fell upon the little congregation the choir and the
26 March 1923 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
AN APPEAL FOR .£2OO.

AN APPEAL FOR .£2OO.

men they hand their tools over to the scouts symbolising the many civil duties that scouts took up during the war. Ti»e grand finale is a march round of all the scouts singing "Sussex the Sea." General Godfrey Faussett, the Secretary of the Pageant Com
22 March 1924 - Hastings and St Leonards Observer - Hastings, Sussex, England