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SATURDAY. MARCH 21. 1931.

SATURDAY. MARCH 21. 1931.

interesting letter from Archdeacon Kerr of Banbridge, who mentioned Joseph Scriven, Bishop Mant, Chancellor Monsell, Mrs- Faussett, and several others whose contributions have enriched the hymobooks of the Churches cur own time. A friend has just reminded
21 March 1931 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Tc the Editor sf the “Belfast NMre-Lsttsr."

Tc the Editor sf the “Belfast NMre-Lsttsr."

blest,” 4 * Christ is risen I Hallelujah I" Father every seed time.” The authoress ** O Lamb of that taks’t away ” was Mrs. Faussett, who was daughter of rector of Bailee, County Down, and wife rector of Bdenderry, County Tyrone. favourite Ascensiontide
19 January 1931 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
KING COAL

KING COAL

Ride ALEXANDER KING, LTD.. Kingscourt, Wellington Place ■■■■■■a PHONES 224 Lines). '■' ... f «| "Jersey Beauty" and “Lady J. Faussett “ Dahlias at Newtownards Horticultural and Horse-jumping Society's Show at the Hawlmark Nurseries, Newtownards. Northern
05 September 1930 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MARRIAGES.

MARRIAGES.

Funeral to First Dromara. Buryingground from Donegall Quay, Glasgow shed. to-morrow (Tuesday). 12th inst.. at 10.30 a.m. E. J. FAUSSETT, M. WILSON. Claremont," Bearsden, Glasgow, IN MEMORIAM. Dobson-1n ever-loving memory of our dear " AWN" who passed away 10th
11 August 1930 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST GARAGE FIRE: 26 MOTORS D ESTROYED. HEARSE AND LORRY BURNED. ESTIMATED DIMAGE 110,000. I)amago estimated at £lO,OOO, which inchtded

BELFAST GARAGE FIRE: 26 MOTORS D ESTROYED. HEARSE AND LORRY BURNED. ESTIMATED DIMAGE 110,000. I)amago estimated at £lO,OOO, which inchtded

There wasgreat difficulty in getting a sufficient supply of water. The house was badly damaged. It is tenanted by Lieut. Faussett Farquhar. of the Cameron Highlanders, but has been temporarily closed. £lOO,OOO BUENOS AYRES BLAZE. BtF.NOS AYRES, Siinday
21 July 1930 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OLD ARM ACH lANS.

OLD ARM ACH lANS.

ting), the Hon. Sir Derek Rep pel (Master the Household), Sir Harry Verney (Groomin-Waiting), Captain Sir Bryan Godfrey- Faussett, R.N., and Major the Hon. Alexander Harding© (Equerries-in-Waiting), and Brigadier-General Sir Hill Child, Bart. (Deputy
16 July 1930 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ONE VERY MUCH SO.”

ONE VERY MUCH SO.”

morning. Captain Sir Charles Cust, Bart., K.N., and Major th© Hon. Alexander Hardinge have succeedtd Captain Sir Bryan Godtrey- Faussett, R.N., and Colonel Sir Clive Wigram Equerries in Waiting to the King. The Lady Joan Verney has succeeded the Lady Katharine
02 May 1930 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
“ BABB” BUTM’S BABVDfM.

“ BABB” BUTM’S BABVDfM.

British Con the Prince drove on to Beid’s Palace Hotel, through the quaint cobbled •hweta, and lunched with Lady Godfrey Faussett and party. An excursion up the mountain which *»d been planned for the Prince had to be abandoned owing to lack time: He
09 January 1930 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
DISAPPOINT!!! SPECTATORS.

DISAPPOINT!!! SPECTATORS.

British Consulate the Prince drove on to Reid's Palace Hotel, through the quaint cobbled streets, and lunched with Lady Godfrey Faussett and party. . An excursion up the mountain which had been planned for the Prince had to abandoned; owing to lack of time.
08 January 1930 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BOLD INITIATIVE

BOLD INITIATIVE

friends are those he met in tho wardroom his seafaring days. Two of his officers in the old cruiser Charles Cuefc and Godfrey Faussett have laboured year and year out in their master’s personal service. The King’s interest in the navy has never abated. He
16 September 1929 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland