Bryan Faussett

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Revd Bryan Faussett (1720–1776) of Heppington, near Canterbury, was a noted East Kent antiquary. His accumulated research notes were edited by Charles Roach Smith from the original manuscript in the possession of Joseph Mayer and were published with notes and engravings in 1856 as Inventorium Sepulchrale (W2/Q-20-14(1)).

His great-grandson Thomas Godfrey Godfrey-Faussett (1829–1877) was the Auditor to Canterbury Cathedral.

Shelfmark W2/Q-13-7
Roch, Thomas. Canterbury patriot: or, the late Mayor's new mode of defending liberty, ... a narrative of a law suit, ... against ... William Francis ... for the recovery of money ... at gaming. [Canterbury]: 1773.
Inscription on half title: Br: Faussett. 1773.