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NSPECTION OF AYLESBURY

NSPECTION OF AYLESBURY

duties and endeavour eventually become the champion Company. The Scouts were inspected by Major Faussett, who is staff officer for the Reading Sub-Division of the Oxford Division of Scout Patrols. He expressed himself as being very pleased with the turn
06 April 1912 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
LICHFIELD MINIATURE RIFLE CLUB.

LICHFIELD MINIATURE RIFLE CLUB.

G. J. Stokes 87, F. W. Gilbert 85, Mrs. Faussett-Osbome 83. Competition No. 11.—Conditions as No. 10 but at 40 yards.—Prize winners: —R. W. Dawes 95, W. Allen 94. F. W. Gilbert 91, G. J. Stokes 90, Mrs. Faussett Osborne Sr.. Competition No. 12.—Conditions
29 April 1910 - Lichfield Mercury - Lichfield, Staffordshire, England
 
THE MIDDLESEX & BUCKINGHAMSHIRE ADVERTISER, AUGUST 31, 1912.

THE MIDDLESEX & BUCKINGHAMSHIRE ADVERTISER, AUGUST 31, 1912.

tent pitching, military drill. fic., by Major Faussett, practical instruction in bridge building by Mr. Chas. Powell (cousin of the renowneu Chief Scout, Sir Robert Baden-Powell) also signalling and scouting games. The whole Division attended Divine service
31 August 1912 - Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette - London, London, England
 
NEW MEMBERS

NEW MEMBERS

competitions the whole Battalion assembled in the hall, and Colonel Waller was received with the general salute. Major Godfrev Faussett expressed regret at the absence of Lieut.-Col. Wethered, and also welcomed the Bishop Buckingham. further acknowledged the
10 January 1914 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
BAD ACCIDENT AT HAINES BILL. BOY SCOUT FATALLY SCALDED.

BAD ACCIDENT AT HAINES BILL. BOY SCOUT FATALLY SCALDED.

The inquest was held Ht. Andrews Presbvtenan Church Rooms, hy Mr. W. Weodon. on Tuesday morning. The scouts were represented by Maior Godfrey Faussett (of Binfield). who was in command of the camp, the Rev. H Wardley King (Earley Patrol), the Rev. T. D
02 September 1911 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
WENDOVER.

WENDOVER.

The Incorporated Church Scout Patrol was inspected the same evening Major Godfrey Faussett, previous to the inspection of Brigade. Scoutmaster A. W. Molineux was in charge, and is to complimented on the smart way in which the Scouts performed stretcher and
11 April 1914 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
WENDOVER.

WENDOVER.

Ca1.31,C11 LADS • BED.ADI AND INtORPOIIIAIND CIIIVIACH SCOUT. PAULI:M.—OD Thursday week the annual inspection of the above took place in the National School by Col. F. 0. Wethered and Major G. Faussett (Colonel and Adjutant of the Wycombe Battalion). At
06 April 1912 - Bucks Advertiser & Aylesbury News - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
THE SPIRIT OF THE THING

THE SPIRIT OF THE THING

Miss Dove. Miss Whitelaw, Mra. Curtiss. Miss Castleman. Colonel Waller. Lieut.- Colonel P. O. Wethered. Major P. Godfrey Faussett. Major B. L. Reynolds. Captain S. Fitch. Captain F. J. Blaraire Brown, the Rev. E. F. Smith (Oxford), and others. Mr. B.
06 June 1912 - South Bucks Standard - High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, England
 
“GIRL SCOUTS.”

“GIRL SCOUTS.”

were also indulged in. Prizes were given for costumes, tableaux and other competitions, and these were distributed by Mrs. Faussett-Baker, as follows: Tableaux, —First, “Airship” (Messrs. Hole); 2nd. Robin Hood ” (Blr E Sayers); highly commended, The Secret
19 July 1910 - Mid Sussex Times - Haywards Heath, Sussex, England
 
A FIRE CALL.

A FIRE CALL.

Scoutmaster. During the evening, songs and recitations were rendered zq Miss Reynolds. Major Godfrey Faussett. Mr. Daw. and members of the St. Johns Scout Patrol. The proceedings concluded with the singing of the National Anthem
24 October 1912 - South Bucks Standard - High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, England