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ENJOYABLE REUNION

ENJOYABLE REUNION

this would help to satisfy the desire felt by practically all old Scouts to give back to Scouting something of what they had gained from it. Brig.-General Faussett considered that old Scouts should take a definite attitude towards all the negative infl
13 May 1939 - Hastings and St Leonards Observer - Hastings, Sussex, England
 
Mearns Estate Celebrations

Mearns Estate Celebrations

- Dr and Mrs Ewart; and Mrs Falkner. Lt.-Col. F. R- ft- Forsyth; Capt. and Mrs Fletcher; Mr and Mrs Conway Fletcher; Mrs Faussett- Farquhar; Mr and Mrs T. Fothringham; Miss Dorothy Fraser: Mrs Grey Fullerton; Capt. R. Fullerton; the Misses Forsyth-Grant;
22 April 1939 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
PARTY VISITS

PARTY VISITS

people who want to get the best out of this summer KING’S EQUERRY’S SON ENGAGED Mr. George Godfrey - Faussett. son of Captain Sir' Bryan Godfrey- Faussett, R.N., Extra Equerry to King George VI.. has become engaged to Miss Stella Mary Locker-Lampson, daughter
06 April 1939 - Newcastle Evening Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
DISTRICT NEWS

DISTRICT NEWS

scene from the " Gang Show." The 3rd Uckfield Rovers staged a mystic show. The County Commissioner, Brig.- General E. Godfrey Faussett, presented warrants to Miss D. V. Wilson (4th Uckfield) as G.S.M., R. L. Pollard (Ist Buxted) and A.S.M., A. Kenworthy A
10 March 1939 - Kent & Sussex Courier - Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England
 
PICKFORI

PICKFORI

scene from the Gang Show.” The 3rd Uckfield Rovers staged a mystic show. The County Commissioner, Brig.- General E. Godfrey Faussett, presented warrants to Miss D. V. Wilson (4th Uckfield) as G.S.M., R. L. Pollard (Ist Buxted) and A.S.M., A. Kenworthy as
10 March 1939 - Sevenoaks Chronicle and Kentish Advertiser - Sevenoaks, Kent, England
 
BROADSTONE BELL

BROADSTONE BELL

. There was an Informal gathering at the camp on Wednesday, when prominent Scout officials from all parts of the county were present. Brigadier-General E. G. Godfrey- Faussett. the County Commissioner, referred to the splendid work done by General Jeffreys
02 December 1938 - Sussex Agricultural Express - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
£280,000 FIVE-YEAR PLAN MAY RAISE RATES TO 11/6

£280,000 FIVE-YEAR PLAN MAY RAISE RATES TO 11/6

Norfolk, the County Commissioner for Sussex. Brigadier-General E. G. Godfrey Faussett, C. 8., C.M.G.. the Assistant County Commissioner. Brigadier-General Welch, and the County Secretary, Mr H. W. Bothamley. It was the first meeting of the Association
25 November 1938 - Littlehampton Gazette - Littlehampton, Sussex, England
 
SPELLING BEE TEAMS

SPELLING BEE TEAMS

Cooper (Lewes County School for Boys). Ladles: Captain, Miss A. Dumbrell (school teacher). Mrs. Smart (doctor’s wife). Miss E. Faussett (garden architect), Miss M. Elliot (secretary of the Surgical Aid Society), Miss R. Prichard (hiatory specialist), and Miss
19 August 1938 - Sussex Agricultural Express - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
ALLEN’S,<

ALLEN’S,<

District Commissioner of Hammersmith). In addition to these two gentlemen, the visitors included Brigadier- General Godfrey Faussett (Countv Commissioner) and Mr. A. F. G. Adams (Chairman of the Southdown District). Burgess Hill gave bridge-building display
26 July 1938 - Mid Sussex Times - Haywards Heath, Sussex, England
 
DEATH OP MR. B. CLOKE

DEATH OP MR. B. CLOKE

others present Included Brig.-Gen. Godfrey Faussett (Assistant County Commissioner for East Sussex, and Acting Courty Commissioner), Brig.-Oen. M. H. E. Welch (A.C.C., West Sussex), Major W. Hooker (A.C.C., Scouts), Col. St. G. Caulfend (District Commissioner
14 July 1938 - West Sussex Gazette - Arundel, Sussex, England