Fécamp

Fécamp, a seaport in the dep. of Seine-Inférieure, 25 m. NE. of Havre; has a fine Gothic Benedictine church, a harbour and lighthouse, hardware and textile factories; fishing and sugar refineries also flourish; exports the celebrated Benedictine liqueurs.

Population (circa 1900) given as 13,000.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

February * Fechner, Gustav Theodor
Favart, Charles Simon
Favonius
Favre, Jules Claude Gabriel
Fawcett, Henry
Fawkes, Guy
Fay, Andreas
Fayal
Fayyum
Feasts, Jewish, of Dedication
February
Fécamp
Fechner, Gustav Theodor
Fechter, Charles Albert
Feciales
Federal Government
Federalist
Federation, The Champs-de-Mars
Fehmgericht
Feith
Félicité, St.
Felix