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'''[[File:36224_399306468714_631148714_4600735_7549635_n.jpg|thumb|206px]]Rose "Rosie" Faye''' was the younger sister of [[Pansy Faye]]. She was born in London, and her mother was a cousin of [[Leticia Faye]], who had gone to America in the 1840s. Like her elder sister and cousin, Rosie also worked in the dance halls as a singer and was very popular at the turn of the century. She was a close friend of [[Quentin Collins]], whom she encountered twice during his travels. She died as a result of the London bombings of World War II.
 
'''[[File:36224_399306468714_631148714_4600735_7549635_n.jpg|thumb|206px]]Rose "Rosie" Faye''' was the younger sister of [[Pansy Faye]]. She was born in London, and her mother was a cousin of [[Leticia Faye]], who had gone to America in the 1840s. Like her elder sister and cousin, Rosie also worked in the dance halls as a singer and was very popular at the turn of the century. She was a close friend of [[Quentin Collins]], whom she encountered twice during his travels. She died as a result of the London bombings of World War II.
 
==Background Information and Notes==
 
==Background Information and Notes==
Rosie's story was told in the Big Finish Audio Drama [[London's Burning]].
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Rosie's story was told in the Big Finish Audio Drama [[London's Burning]]. Further details about her death were revealed in [[The Fall of the House of Trask]].
   
 
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Rose "Rosie" Faye
was the younger sister of Pansy Faye. She was born in London, and her mother was a cousin of Leticia Faye, who had gone to America in the 1840s. Like her elder sister and cousin, Rosie also worked in the dance halls as a singer and was very popular at the turn of the century. She was a close friend of Quentin Collins, whom she encountered twice during his travels. She died as a result of the London bombings of World War II.

Background Information and Notes

Rosie's story was told in the Big Finish Audio Drama London's Burning. Further details about her death were revealed in The Fall of the House of Trask.

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