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DOWNINGS ITEMS

DOWNINGS ITEMS

DRAINAGE. An inspector cf thfi Land Commission visited Dsrryhassen on Tuesday, and interviewed number of the tenants of the Faussett estate in that area in regard to the proposed dredging or cleaning the drains the locality. At present only a section of
20 January 1933 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
The Declared Runners.

The Declared Runners.

the Princess Roval and Lord Harewood. Among those in the Royal party were Lord Allendale. Lord and Somers, and Sir Godfrey Faussett. His Maiesty was represented in the Chesterton Stakes hv The Abbot, good-looking two-vear-old colt bv Abbot's Trace, out
13 October 1932 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COURT AND SOCIETY

COURT AND SOCIETY

Sir Herbert Samuel, M.P., v - audience of his .Majesty previous to the The Master of the Household and Sir Bryan Godfrey Faussett, R.N. I£,|ucrrv-in- Waiting) were in attendance. The Queen visited Princess Beatrice and also Prim css Alice and the Earl
09 August 1932 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COURT AND SOCIETY.

COURT AND SOCIETY.

Victoria and Albert. ( owes Roads, Tuesday The King and Qpeen, attended tho Countess of Shaftesbury, Captain Sir Bryan Godfrcy-Faussett. R.N., and Major the Hon. Alexander llardingc, arrived at Portsmouth this morning from Buckingham Palace and embarked board
27 July 1932 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COURT AND SOCIETY.

COURT AND SOCIETY.

the Prince of Wales and Lieutenant the Prince George, attended the lion. Sir Derek Ke;>i>el, Captain Sir Bryan Godfrey- Faussett, 8.X., and Major the Hon. Alexander Ilardinge, arrived at Portsmouth from Buckingham Palace this morning and embarked on
12 July 1932 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GARDEN

GARDEN

conducted Sir Thomas Beecham. With the King and Queen were the Princess Royal, Lady Minto, Lord Allendale, and Sir Bryan Godfrey Faussett. It was brilliant scene inside the Opera House the audience moved to their seats. Every box and every seat was occupied.
28 May 1932 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BIGGEST GARDEN IN LONDON.

BIGGEST GARDEN IN LONDON.

Who has the biggest garden in London? Sir Bryan Godfrey Faussett has an even bigger garden than the King, to whom he is equerry, for by reason of a Royal prerogative. be lives in the beautiful Ranger'. Lodge set in the heart
25 May 1932 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The Prevost el Tridtg Nile., OWN, reedisi est The list el ism lielielen se Debits Usiveitillii pulirtley. The Illerser is es his rigid.

The Prevost el Tridtg Nile., OWN, reedisi est The list el ism lielielen se Debits Usiveitillii pulirtley. The Illerser is es his rigid.

mainly due to derelict farms.• D.W.O. THE BEAL OLD IRIBII POT TILL. 15 TRAMS OLD.— (Advt. ) Mr. H. F. Woodhouse and Mr. T. V. Faussett hies been admitted as lay readers for the diocese of Kihnore. The Rev. F. .1. Powell has been appointed curate•in-charge
24 May 1932 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Palace), Banagher, and Culmore. The following have been admitted by the Bishop to the office of lay reader In the

Palace), Banagher, and Culmore. The following have been admitted by the Bishop to the office of lay reader In the

Hugh Frederick Woodhouse, son of the Rev. A. P. Woodhouse, Incumbent of Billie Union, and Mr. Thomas Viuoene Faussett. eon of Rev. T. V. Faussett, Ballyjamesduff. The Rev. Canon J. Pim, 8.D.. rector of Christ Church, Kingstown, for almost 30 years, has
17 May 1932 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
INSPIRING ADDRESS.

INSPIRING ADDRESS.

diocesan lay reader the following:—Mr. F. Woodhouse, son of Rev. 11. P. Woodhouse, incumbent of Billis l nion, .and Mr. T. V. Faussett, eon Rev. T. \. laussett, Ballviamesduff. Rev. Canon John Pirn, 8.D., rector of Christ Church. Kingstown, has resigned his
17 May 1932 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland