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CAPTAIN R. FORD.

CAPTAIN R. FORD.

in action last Sunday. SECOND LIEUTENANT C. R. FAUSSETT. The intelligence reached Dublin yesterday that Mr. C. R. Faussett, the well-known Irish cricketer and athlete, baa been killed in action. Mr. Faussett, who obtained his commission in the 3rd Battalion
14 May 1915 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CRICKET

CRICKET

was next in, and m a d e 43, hi s partnerehp with i Faussett being productive of an addition of 85 runs.. Wan next in assisted, in taking the total to 200 without further less. LMNSTER. 92 C. R. Faussett not out Pete li rso rununo n .. .. .. 1,7 1 A. Howard
17 August 1911 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
“WHEN MY WIFE’S A WIDOW.”

“WHEN MY WIFE’S A WIDOW.”

being entrusted to and Keys. Ross’s first over Faussett scored a boundary, whilst off the last ball of Keys’ first over Harvey gave a chance at the wicket. Only eight runs had been registered when Faussett was clean bowled Ross with the fourth bail of
14 June 1902 - Kildare Observer and Eastern Counties Advertiser - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 
THE KILDARE OBSERVER. SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1902.

THE KILDARE OBSERVER. SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1902.

light of their task, although they lost Harvey at 18 for 10 (2 fours) and Walker at, 23 for 5, and won easily 8 wickets. Faussett getting 27 (1 five, 1 four. 2 three. 4 twos) not out. and R Grove White 11 (2 fours. 1 two). 1{ S Lamb certainly plavod his
28 June 1902 - Kildare Observer and Eastern Counties Advertiser - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 
MASONIC SCHOOL SPORTS.

MASONIC SCHOOL SPORTS.

FAUSSETT WINS THE CHAMPIONSHIP. G. S. lawmen won the 100 Yards and=o Yards Seniors at the Masonic School's Sports at Itichview. Dublin, on Saturday, and was third in the Quarter-mile, and was awarded the Henry A. Gcrty Challenge
02 July 1923 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE KILDARE OBSERVER, SATURDAY. MAY 25, 1901.

THE KILDARE OBSERVER, SATURDAY. MAY 25, 1901.

fours, 1 three, 1 two), without the offer of chance, the total on the fall of the fourth wicket being OC. J G vynn and C Faussett now oame together, but C 9 rising b ill caused Gwynn to return an easy catch to Haniagton. Three runs further on Fanssett
25 May 1901 - Kildare Observer and Eastern Counties Advertiser - Naas, Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 
LEINSTER v. FREE FORESTERS.

LEINSTER v. FREE FORESTERS.

ill), an-i i-auasetc. The first ball aiter the interval enabled Faussett to complete hi* oputuiy. a boundary off Olivier. rate souring continued husk, and 263 was reached before Faussett was caught and bowled bv Foster. Trie outgoing batsman had made
13 August 1909 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON LETTER

LONDON LETTER

in especially high favour iosp trimming children Court and Society. YORK COTTAGE, Wednesday. King, attended Captain frey Faussett, RN., went to London morning. His Majesty held & Council at Ingham Palace twelve o’clock a,. There were present—The Earl
11 January 1917 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
“ There can be no doubt that the prestige of the policy of Free Imports has suffered severely in the recent controversy.' ’ m* Daily Paper. Cotidf.n Ci.ub Parrot (plaintively); No one seems to call me Pretty Polly now 1

“ There can be no doubt that the prestige of the policy of Free Imports has suffered severely in the recent controversy.' ’ m* Daily Paper. Cotidf.n Ci.ub Parrot (plaintively); No one seems to call me Pretty Polly now 1

noon with Faussett and Cummins, the bowling Ensor and Clarke. Buns came slowly, and 30 Blake went for Clarke. At 37 Cummins was howled by Ensor. and Owynn, who Oiled the vacancy, was caught first ball at mid-on Hone, off Bnsor now joined Faussett. and though
03 June 1905 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS.

LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS.

to tea and refreshments. Death of Mrs Faussett. Edenderry House, Omagh. The announcement of the dem'so of Mrs Henry Faussett, Edenderry House, Omagh, will received with surprise the public in general. Mrs Faussett had been suffering for some time from
03 October 1902 - Tyrone Constitution - Omagh, Tyrone, Northern Ireland