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EMPLOYEES’ PRESENTS

EMPLOYEES’ PRESENTS

parties of 1650 Scouts in each; the first party will attend from 31st July to 6th August, and the second party will attend from 7th August to 13th August. The whole camp will be under the command of Brig.-tieneral E. tr. Godfrey- Faussett, and it will divided
22 December 1928 - St. Andrews Citizen - St Andrews, Fife, Scotland
 
THE REAL FORCE

THE REAL FORCE

handr in efforts to emulate the strudy “stars” of Braemar. The Jamboree camp chief will be Brigadier-General E. G. Godfrey- Faussett. and Lord Gleutannar will command the Brown Camp (which will include the Scottish contingent)—one ten vsub-camps. Major F
15 March 1929 - Bellshill Speaker - Bellshill, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
PLUOKT ATrEDAPT6 AT RE*3CIIII

PLUOKT ATrEDAPT6 AT RE*3CIIII

Berkshire Hospital, when he died on Sunday morning. 'Abe offioeni in camp were : 7• Cornmanding 011ser, Mayor Imaator P. Godfrey Faussett; the Rev. R. Wardley King; Camp Chaplain, the Rev. I'. D. Hicks; Transport Officer. the Rev. P. Slreatfield; Petrokneeler
02 September 1911 - Reading Observer - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
GENUINE

GENUINE

Brigudier-Gcnornl Godfrey Faussett. There were present between 150 and Scouts from all ports of East Sussex, and al>out 120 of them slept in the prison Saturday evening. The proceedings opened with tea the Y.M.C.A., the Scouts being entertained Alderman
15 April 1927 - Sussex Agricultural Express - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
GAME LICENSES.

GAME LICENSES.

men to the encampment, the Battalion staff present including the Chaplain (Ven Archdeacon of Buckingham). Major P. Godfrey Faussett (adjutant), the Rev. P. W. Lowe (paymaster and correspondent), and Quartermaster Lieut. R. G. Webb. Included in the Battalion
15 August 1912 - South Bucks Standard - High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, England
 
4 Smsex Express & County Herald, Friday, July 31,1953

4 Smsex Express & County Herald, Friday, July 31,1953

only son of Mr. and Mrs. Hutton Swmglehurst. of Meades. Mark Cross, and Miss Hazel A. Godfrey-Faussett, only daughter of Colonel and Mrs. P. Godfrry- Faussett. of Little Hadlow, Hadlow Down. A small party was held at Merton House. Rlngmer. on Monday by
31 July 1953 - Sussex Agricultural Express - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
THE MID-SUSSEX TIMES—TUESDAY, .JULY 25, 1933. UP AND DOWN THE COUNTY.

THE MID-SUSSEX TIMES—TUESDAY, .JULY 25, 1933. UP AND DOWN THE COUNTY.

** Hoy Scout ” was, but nobody could supply the answer. Major- General Jeffreys must be well in the running, for he is exactly three years older than the Chief Scout. Another interesting personality was Brigadier-General E. G. Godfrey-Faussett, C. C.M
25 July 1933 - Mid Sussex Times - Haywards Heath, Sussex, England
 
Cl)it Chat of tbe Dap,

Cl)it Chat of tbe Dap,

George A. Oitfard, Admiral Sir M. Culme Seymour, Admiral Sir Compton Domvile, Vice- Admiral Sir Colin Keppel, Captain Godfrey- Faussett, and Major the Hon. Cadogan. The guests were seated at largo horsesboeshuped table, with another in the centre, both being
11 June 1914 - Sheffield Evening Telegraph - Sheffield, 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
 
THE QUEEN WELCOMED NORTH.

THE QUEEN WELCOMED NORTH.

welcomed back Deeside. Lady Aberdeen presented ler Majesty with a bouquet of white heather. Presentations. jbir B. Godfrey Faussett, Equerry the Kin.?, came by motor car from Balmoral Castle to meet the Queen. On the station platform Lord Aberdeen presented
30 August 1935 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland