The Wolf Patrol A Tale of Baden-Powell's Boy Scouts

John Finne 1863 1915 was a British school teacher and writer of fictional novels and history and geography texts of countries most are for younger readers Finne contributed stories to popular boys magazines of his time such as Boy s Own Paper and Boys Realm but he is best remembered for his books about Teddy Lester and his friends at Slapton, a fictitious EnJohn Finne 1863 1915 was a British school teacher and writer of fictional novels and history and geography texts of countries most are for younger readers Finne contributed stories to popular boys magazines of his time such as Boy s Own Paper and Boys Realm but he is best remembered for his books about Teddy Lester and his friends at Slapton, a fictitious English public school The stories have a strong sporting focus, with Lester excelling at rugby, cricket and other games He also wrote a few adult novels His works include Boys and Girls of Other Days 1898 , The Red Men of the Dusk 1899 , Two Boys in War Time 1900 , The Lover Fugitives 1901 , Men of Renown King Alfred to Lord Roberts 1902 , The Story of a Scout 1903 , In the Trenches The Adventures of a Rifleman in the Crimea 1904 , Children of Empire 1905 , Black s Literary Readers 1906 , The Secret Entrance 1907 , Italy 1907 and The Wolf Patrol A Tale of Baden Powell s Boy Scouts 1908.
The Wolf Patrol A Tale of Baden Powell s Boy Scouts John Finne was a British school teacher and writer of fictional novels and history and geography texts of countries most are for younger readers Finne contributed stories to popular boys mag

  • Title: The Wolf Patrol A Tale of Baden-Powell's Boy Scouts
  • Author: John Finnemore
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  • Page: 286
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    John Finnemore

    No photo of John Finne 1863 1915 has been found.John Finne 1863 1915 was a British school teacher and writer of fictional novels and history and geography texts of countries most are for younger readers Finne contributed stories to popular boys magazines of his time such as Boy s Own Paper and Boys Realm but he is best remembered for his books about Teddy Lester and his friends at Slapton, a fictitious English public school The stories have a strong sporting focus, with Lester excelling at rugby, cricket and other games He also wrote a few adult novels There is no existing documentation of Finne s life and the following account has been constructed from returns of the Census in the United Kingdom and official Birth, Marriage and Death records held at the General Register Office GRO for England and Wales John was born in the third quarter of 1863 at Birmingham, England His father, William worked in the Birmingham pen trade and his elder brother was the artist Joseph Finne John s mother, Charlotte died in 1878 when he was 15 years of age and his father did not marry again The family must have been reasonably wealthy and as a result John received a good education because at the age of 17 he was already working as a school teacher Five years later he married Eliza Emily Pearson who was the same age as him and was also a teacher at 17 Eliza came from a Northampton family which had resettled in Birmingham before she was 7 years of age After her marriage Eliza dropped her first name and retained her maiden surname to become Emily Pearson Finne She became an author of mainly religious works published by the Christian Knowledge Society now known as SPCK There were no children from the marriage.

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