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DEATH OF MR. SAM SOTHERN

DEATH OF MR. SAM SOTHERN

ift ; neon, and subsequently distributed th e and certificates. The King visited Manchester attended by Captain Sir Bryan Faussett, R.N., and Colonel Wiest • His Majesty was received by Mayor of :Manchester and drove to 0 1 ,,,T-4 Ha, where The King inspected
29 March 1920 - Evening Mail - London, London, 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
 
TOUTS’ FETE AND RALLY AT LEWES

TOUTS’ FETE AND RALLY AT LEWES

:‘DnPP®, r. Godfrcy-Faussett 0 mitiussioner of Scouts) . . '■ ), training of boys had ■inti tj?' . eiunatcd as national ,i fete and rally held id District Scouts' ncral Faussett depunho. owing to being Service, was unable •ral Faussett opened nt
30 June 1939 - Sussex Agricultural Express - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
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
 
GATHERING OF SCOUTERS AND ROVERS.

GATHERING OF SCOUTERS AND ROVERS.

began with a Scouts own service, conducted by Brig.-General Godfrey Faussett. who gave address on the Scout law Scout is friend to animals." This was followed by address on " Sea Scouts" by Commander Gordon, lof the Ist Brighton Sea Scouts[/b
08 April 1933 - Hastings and St Leonards Observer - Hastings, Sussex, England
 
CAMP FIRE IN NAVAL PRISON

CAMP FIRE IN NAVAL PRISON

of Scouts, drawn from all parts of East Sussex, from to the north of tho county, had the opportunity of spending the week-end at Lewes under somewhat novel conditions. They were invited to coherence convened by Brigadier- General Godfrey Faussett. Co
27 March 1925 - Sussex Agricultural Express - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
AS IN 1914

AS IN 1914

cookery, Ist Lewes; cricket league, Cuckfield Scouts; boxing, Ist Lewes; map making, Cooksbridge Scouts; ambulance, sth Lewes. In a short address Brigadier-General Godfrey Faussett described the duties of Scouting. Warrants were presented to the assist
13 March 1936 - Sussex Agricultural Express - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
ANNUAL CONFERENCE

ANNUAL CONFERENCE

which boys could be taught their badges and scoutcraft in competitive spirit, and so make scouting a pleasant, as well instructive, recreatlou. General Godfrey Faussett spoke on the necessity for the patrol system, which gave the young boys an opportunity
06 May 1938 - Sussex Agricultural Express - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
OUTSIDE PRAISE.

OUTSIDE PRAISE.

Brigadier-General Godfrey Faussett. There were present between and Scouts from all parts of East Sussex, and almut 120 of them slept in the prison Saturday evening. The proceedings opened with tea the Y.M.C.A., the Scouts being entertalhed by Alderman
14 April 1927 - Sussex Agricultural Express - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
THE ANNUAL REPORT.

THE ANNUAL REPORT.

also presented badges to the ?t. Albans and 19th Beds. Scouts, and congratulated the Association on their general turn out and the conduct of the rally in July. Brig.-Gen. E. 0. Godfrey Faussett, C.8.. C.M.G.. addressed the meeting on the subject of the
23 November 1928 - Bedfordshire Times and Independent - Bedford, Bedfordshire, England