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Formby

George. Real name George Booth. 1904--61, British comedian. He made many musical films in the 1930s, accompanying his songs on the ukulele
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Formby then suffered another fatal heart attack with Pat sat at his bedside in St Joseph's.
Mr Wallins was a member of the Birmingham branch of The George Formby Society and was not long leaning on a lamppost when the uke came up for sale.
Following on from a successful tour last year, Formby returns for a national tour which visits the New Theatre.
After rounds of 67,61,69, the Formby Hall player produced a spirited back nine on the final day with eagle-birdie on 15&16 to draw level with Pavan.
Bonhams auction specialist Jon Baddeley said yesterday: "George Harrison was a great fan, of both the banjo and George Formby, and used to play this instrument."
National Trust Countryside Manager at Formby, Andrew Brockbank, said: "Formby is a significant stretch of coastline with rare wildlife, and sweeping sand dunes.
The instrument, which comes with impressive provenance, was originally purchased by Bill Logan, the first president of the George Formby Societ,y during an auction of the star's estate in 1961.
Gateshead started slowly, which allowed Formby to take control of the game.
The Scottish elite squad, who usually train at St Andrews, and the English elite squad who normally train at Woodhall Spa, have been spending time at the Formby Hall resort working with European Tour putting coach Phil Kenyon and using the short game practice facilities.
Folk musicians Keith and Cate Ryan complained over songs by Formby being performed at the weekly Friday night sessions.
Formby from are Teenagers from traditionally non-golfing families wore their favourite teams' football kits as they enjoyed a range of golf games and activities.
"ere is a big connection between the careers of the Formby family and the North East.