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Waterford Y.M.C.A.

Waterford Y.M.C.A.

Caldwell. Ist Lady, 172—Mrs. Bell. 2nd Lady, 172 Miss E. Hutchinson. 3rd Lady, 168—Mrs. T. Cottam. Secret Score; Miss N. Faussett, Mrs. T. Threlfall. Long Stayers: Mrs. P. Walsh. Ist Gent Mrs. E. Gorbey, 175. 2nd Gent—Mr. G. L. Greer, 175. ' Third Gent
22 December 1951 - Waterford Standard - Waterford, Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTES & NEWS FROM THE DISTRICTS SOUTH KILDARI

NOTES & NEWS FROM THE DISTRICTS SOUTH KILDARI

provided at the entrance gate to the residence and surgery of Dr. J. O Neill. The Abbey, was approved. Death of RooWont Mr. Faussett B. Youell. who died at his home Duke St., Athy. last week was aged years. A native of Ballinamore, Co. Leitrim, he came to
06 October 1951 - Leinster Leader - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 
WEEK'S NEWS OF THE CHURCHES.

WEEK'S NEWS OF THE CHURCHES.

on behalf of the C.E Z.M.S. The tours were arranged by Canon F. W. Grant, 8.A.. rector of Kinawley Co. Fermanagh and Mrs. Faussett. respectively. The Rev. W H Adcock, organising secretary of the Colonial and Continental Church Society addressed last week's
15 December 1948 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SMALL FAIR

SMALL FAIR

sale from £8 £lO per pair. (LA-A. Raffle—At a raffle in aid of Easkey G.A.A. Club first prise cigarettes was won Mr. Joe Faussett, and second prize of 100 cigarettes Mr. John Reynolds. Ballinahowna. Wedding The wedding took place in Easkey Parish Church
27 November 1948 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LONDONDERRY SENTINEL, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 3, 1948. 1 THE EDITOR'S POST BAG-111 John Duffy & Sons ..."-=''-'"•-" JULY 'No

THE LONDONDERRY SENTINEL, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 3, 1948. 1 THE EDITOR'S POST BAG-111 John Duffy & Sons ..."-=''-'"•-" JULY 'No

of Rev. W. Bend. Rector of Ballee, County Down, she was lawn at that place on the Bth January, 1841. She married Rev. R. Faussett, of Edenderry Parsonage. ()magi'. Catint ; Tyrone, in 1875. 1 understand that she was a relative of the late T. A. Bond,
03 July 1948 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
A product of Hygota Laboratories Captain at once determined to try and effect a rescue. !towards the stake. As I

A product of Hygota Laboratories Captain at once determined to try and effect a rescue. !towards the stake. As I

started off. ried on. field. skinny lack Irwin. Nicholson. I My party reached its Position s o me twelve months ago a new Faussett, Carpenter—l knew them (without trouble. and 1 was horri- member had come on the scene and all. But the figure that struck
21 December 1946 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
SUNDAY NIGHT

SUNDAY NIGHT

appeared for Nee, and Mr. M. M'Gilllgan. B.L. ■ Instructed by Mr. James Malseed. solicitor) appeared for Messrs. Hamerton & Faussett, the trustees of the former owner.
04 April 1941 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
SOMME COMMEMORATION PICTURES

SOMME COMMEMORATION PICTURES

1., AND CAPTAIN R. W. RWRINLAY, M.C., W.* • . • a ••I CAPTAIN G. A. SCOTT, DS C. R.N.; PAYMASTER SUB-LIEUTENANT F. A. P. FAUSSETT. R.N.; LIEUT . -COW MANDER H. C. MACLEAN. R.N., AND LIEUT. W. I. STEPHENS, R.N.V.R.. REPRESENTING ROYAL NAVY. 4/ I V P .
01 July 1939 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE WREATHS

THE WREATHS

Belfast, by the Lord Mayor of Belfast; the Royal Navy, by Captain G. A, Scott, D.S.C., R.N., Paymaster Sub-Lieutenant F. A. P. Faussett, R.N., Lieutenant Commander H. C. Mac Lean, R.N., and Lieutenant W. L. Stephens, R.N.V.R.; the Army, by Major-General R.
26 June 1939 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BRITISH LEGION PARADE

BRITISH LEGION PARADE

the following Service representatives:—The Royal Navy—Captain G. A. Scott. D.S.C., R.N.: Paymaster Sub-Lieutenant F. A. P. Faussett, R.N.; Lieutenant-Commander H. C. Mac Lean. R.N.; and Lieutenant W, L. Stephens, R.N.V.R.; the Armv—Maior-General R. V. Pollok
26 June 1939 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland