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Little excitement in Carrick

Little excitement in Carrick

candidates for the Cyan-Monaghan constituency, Messrs Tom Fitzpatrick and John F. Conlon (outgoing), Big Tom" O'Reilly and Faussett. Local members of =3tllCounty Council and 1 1.D.C. were also on the On Sunday night it was the turn of Fianna Fal to hold
19 February 1982 - Drogheda Argus and Leinster Journal - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
WILLS

WILLS

£77.409. Patrick H. M. Wrier, Stocklkos.er, Aaktield, Crinken. Bray, Co. Wicklow L 03,390 duty paid £38,784). Mrs. Naomi M. Faussett, Holly Park, Pallaskenty, Co. Limerick £46.543; she left £5OO to R.S.P.C.A. Samuel H. Watson, mid. salioitor. Dartry Road
24 November 1974 - Sunday Independent (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHESS NEWS

CHESS NEWS

(Jwenny. Mary Henderson; sides of the Border can HapKett. Haro’.fl Strong; Mi-. Hagagain make arrangements for thus RCfD Faussett; Ada match. Marjorie Galbraith: Susan L. I’attenaon maintains clear la'Slie Thompson; Bruce Me Roe. lead the President’s
02 February 1963 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
P. D. MacWeeney

P. D. MacWeeney

to right) : P. A. Meldon, R. M. Gwynn, H. H. Corley, E. Ensor, A. L. Leeper, J. T. Gwynn. FRONT ROW : S. D. Lambert, C. R. Faussett, F. H. Browning, Rev. T. A. Harvey, J. E. Lynch.
15 September 1961 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Advls. in Brief

Advls. in Brief

1, Coul ter: 2. Heasty. Yards (Junr.) Girls Browne: 2. J. Faussett. 100 Yards (Senr.) Boys 1. Con nolly: 2. Clarke. 100 Yards (Senr.) Girls 1. R. Craig: 2. M. Norris. Siamese Races |. Faussett and P. Rolston; Hill and Adair. 440 Yards (Junr.) Boys—l.
04 July 1959 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
OPEN VERDICT

OPEN VERDICT

Lepers and the Home for the Blird. Belfast: her bungalow. 17 Ashley Gardens. upon trust for Agne■ Anderson and Euphemia J Faussett. and, on the death of the survivor. the proceeds from the sale as to £4OO to the Guide Dogs for the Blind Association. for
11 January 1957 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PARISH CHURCH of SAINT GEORGE The Ninth Sunday after Trinity. g-30—Litany: Holy Communion. 11-30—Matins and Sermon. 7 —Evensong and Sermon.

PARISH CHURCH of SAINT GEORGE The Ninth Sunday after Trinity. g-30—Litany: Holy Communion. 11-30—Matins and Sermon. 7 —Evensong and Sermon.

Tuesday. 8-30—Holy Communion. Wednesday. 10-30—Holy Communion. 1-30—Lunch-Hour Service. B—Parish Hall. The Rev. Canon G. Faussett. Universities’ Mission to Central Africa Thursday. 7-30 —Holy Communion. Daily: 9-30 Matins; 5-45 Evensong.
28 July 1956 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Mirea, Clonadla-111. M.P.. WC. and Sennett: Rev, Chancellor C. P. C . AIL Me% Donnybrook. 11. 10. Family Service: the

Mirea, Clonadla-111. M.P.. WC. and Sennett: Rev, Chancellor C. P. C . AIL Me% Donnybrook. 11. 10. Family Service: the

7.15, Canon E. M. Bateman. St, MO. Temple road.—B and 11.15. H.C. 10.15 (Family Service): Canon G. S. Faussett (Central Afrka). 11.15. Caron Faussett. 7. E P : Canon Ellinetet. St. Stapbes'a.--S. H.C.: Youfh. 11. Matins and Rev. C. T. A. Carter. 7. Ev
30 June 1956 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RESULTS OF NURSING EXAMINATIONS

RESULTS OF NURSING EXAMINATIONS

conducted by An Bord Altranais:— ADELAIDE HOSPITAL, DUBLlN—Preliminary Candidates L M. Acheson, Miss O. E. Deacon, Miss V. A. Faussett, Miss M. F. Graham. Miss E. Gregg. Miss M. Hammond, Miss 0. M. Howard, Miss R. J. Michael. Miss S. M. C. Poynton, Miss E
18 June 1955 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE FIRST WOMAN G.C. GETS £20,000 LEGACY

THE FIRST WOMAN G.C. GETS £20,000 LEGACY

as Botnbardier John McManus, who had served with him a year previously at No. 58 Medium Regt.. Barnard Castle. Lieut. M. Faussett. prosecuting. said that McAnespie admitted he was McManus, and that he had escaped from close arrest on September 12 at Berwick
05 March 1955 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland