FACEY, Ken I lived in Tullis House and Forsyth house. My back balcony looked onto the Facey back balcony overlooking the car park. I went to school with his sons David and Johnathan. David got knocked down by a bus in Well Street. My mum was Rene (Scottish) novelty in the 50s. The Faceys were lovely people. I hope they remember me. My sister was Yvonne
FACEY, Ken I wonder if this is the same Ken Facey who played for St Albans City in 1949/50 season.
Stats at http://www.sacfc.co.uk/tpl/player.php?id=1419
FACEY, Ken Ken was my 82 year old father's cousin his name is also Michael Leonard. We now live in Northampton. Dad used to visit Ken as boys and play football with him we believe in Streatham London there was an older brother Dennis. Dad lost touch in 1962 when we moved to Northampton from Leyton. Dad wondered if anyone new whether Ken was still alive he would be approx 85 yrs old
FACEY, Ken I heard that Ken retired to near Clacton, but died in 2012
FACEY, Ken I've been told that Ken Facet ,died in 2012 ,near Clacton on Sea ,at St Osyth
FACEY, Ken Ken and his wife Lynn used my dads green grocers shop regularly so knew him well .I had season ticket in the old timber stand(green) as a kid in the 50s
FACEY, Ken Kens mother was my nans sister and watched him many times in the fifties skilful wing half usually No 4 Had the privilege of playing against him in the sixties when he had retired and he was still good made the ball do the work
FACEY, Ken Anyone know a contact for a sister or niece of Ken, called Pat Facey ? I remember that she lived near Whipps Cross Hospital and was a girlfriend of mine in the early 60's. We met at the Hammersmith Palais.