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Joseph Cassidy was born in Kilmarnock in 1869. He played for Glasgow Hibernian before joining Bolton Wanderers in 1889.

In only his fifth game he scored four goals in a 7-1 win over Derby County. In a 2nd round FA Cup tie Cassidy scored five goals in Bolton's record 13-0 win over Sheffield United. He ended that season as the club's leading scorer with 20 goals in 19 games.

Cassidy played in Bolton's first game at Burden Park and scored one of the goals in the club's 3-1 victory over Everton.

Cassidy played for Bolton Wanderers for eight seasons. He was the club's top scorer in five seasons and overall he scored 101 goals in 219 games. The record books show he retired from professional football in 1897.


Manchester United – the early days – 1892 signed card

This is a card signed by the players of Newton Heath football club in 1892. The club which would later become the world famous Manchester United.

The card is also signed by the players of Bolton Wanderers, one of the founding members of the Football League, which was formed in 1888 with Newton Heath joining in 1892.

The card was signed as a memento of the Manchester Senior Cup final held on 15th April, 1892 at the then homeground of United’s great rivals, Manchester City, at their Ardwick Ground on Hyde Road in North Manchester.

The signatures legible are as follows: Newton Heath players Clemence, Hood, Errantz, Farman, Fitzsimmons, and Cassidy. Bolton players including Sutcliffe and Somerville.

The Manchester Football Association Senior Cup was first played in 1885 and featured the major professional clubs within the Manchester area, with Newton Heath getting to the first final only to be beaten by Hurst who later became Ashton United Football Club. They would however go on to win the competition the following year and a further 3 times up to 1893.

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Trotters Talent: Part 10 – Super Ryan Cassidy

Bolton Wanderers had survived in the Championship for two seasons, including a strong top half finish in 2023/24. But finances were a still major issue, with two years remaining on the £500,000 monthly director’s loan repayments.

The summer break began by completing my Continental Pro License and being offered interviews by Premier League clubs Everton and Leeds. But the lack of finances reared its head in affecting our negotiations with players we might want to retain, such as Josh Cullen, and basically rendered it impossible.

The first move was to secure loan deals for a third season for striker Ryan Cassidy, winger Louie Barry and full-backs Luke Matheson and Álvaro Fernandez. Our first permanent signing was versatile former Sunderland midfielder Bali Mumba, who may not look great but I think he’s the kind of useful player we need. And other than that we relied on snapping up promising youngsters released by Premier League sides.

Aston Villa had been sniffing around young talents Nigel Turner and Ronnie Latapy for a while, putting in several derisory bids. They did the same again with a £200,000 bid for Latapy, we demanded £5 million several times and eventually they agreed. Latapy left for £5 million, which is the joint-fourth largest fee Bolton have ever received. And we immediately went to the board with a request for new youth facilities, which they agreed to with a cool £2 million investment. And that £5 million will keep the club going for 10 months.

But investing that into playing staff was more difficult so we’re kind of stuck with the same team as last season. One key area of concern is the left wing, where youngster Ebube Onoja is basically our only option! So this is how we’re looking for this season:

Championship season 3 begins

The season began at newly relegated Middlesbrough, who beat us 7-4 at home on the opening day two years ago. On that day, Cassidy had begun his Bolton career with a hat-trick and, ridiculously, he repeated the feat in another bonkers game. We started the game well and got ourselves in front three minutes before half-time. Barry was scythed down in the box three minutes later and Cassidy stepped up to double his tally. Middlesbrough rallied to get level within 20 minutes of the restart and forced Marcin Brzozowski but on 88 minutes Cassidy collected the ball from a Boro corner in our box, sprinted the entire length of the pitch and won himself a penalty! He coolly stepped up to convert and win us all three points with a 3-2 win.

A far less likely source gave us the advantage in our first home game against Portsmouth as holding midfielder Lars Dendoncker hit a stunner then 19-year-old right-winger/striker Ben Clarke got a late second for his first senior goal.

Tough challenges

A much tougher challenge followed at Burnley but we played well and took the lead with a screamer from captain Turner. Burnley immediately levelled but we held out for a solid away point. Two more Cassidy goals also helped us win a cup game for the first time in two years! And the strong start continued as another Clarke goal edged us past newly promoted Sunderland 1-0. But it unsurprisingly ended at Bournemouth, although only with a respectable 1-0 loss.

We went behind again at home to bottom of the league Sheffield Wednesday but an own goal just before the break then an incredible solo goal by Clarke got us back to winning ways. Then Cassidy and Onoja sent us into the third round of the Carabao Cup for the first time.

Our best performance in a long time saw us race into a 3-0 lead at half-time at Huddersfield, with Mumba scoring his first two goals for the club. Barry got his first of the season after the break and we somehow let them back in with three comeback goals but snuck a 4-3 away win! And we finally added another left-winger to our ranks on deadline day in Japanese international Ritsu Doan on loan from Bournemouth.

An unsurprising loss at Villa then a point at Swansea were followed by a win at QPR in the Carabao Cup and centre back Adam Senior -who’s a League 2 standard defender – scoring his first senior goal to beat local rivals Preston. That suddenly gave him a taste for this goalscoring malarkey, as he repeated the feat in a 1-0 win over Charlton in the next game! That took us to second in the Championship after 11 games and that, for any Bolton fan, is a beautiful sight.

Arresting a slump

Defeats at Cardiff and Watford followed before the ridiculously good Wolves came to town with Tanguy Ndombele, Raul Jimenez and co. We missed a host of chances and lost 2-0. However, two late goals at Ipswich sent us into the Carabao Cup quarter-finals! That gave us Southampton away, which we did well to lose 1-0.

A slump in league form was ended with a 2-0 win over fellow mid-table side Bristol Rovers, which was a proud day for the club as academy product striker Matias Makinen’s scored his first goal for the club after a long wait of 16 matches to seal the win late on.

Stuttering form sent us into a huge local derby with Blackburn, who were flying high in second in the Championship. But we did well to hold them to 0-0 in what was an even, but terrible match. But we built on that with an excellent 2-1 win at Birmingham, dominated another local derby with a 4-1 win over Blackpool, with Doan finally having a good game after a terrible start at the club, then a 2-0 win at Brentford in which Cassidy again scored twice.

Two more braces from Super Ryan Cassidy inspired a 3-1 Boxing Day win over Middlesbrough then a 3-0 win at Portsmouth, which took him to 10 goals in his last seven games and won him the December play of the month while I won the manager of the month for the first time since League 2 in the first season.

Cassidy now has 20 goals in 29 in all competitions and 16 in 24 in the league. What a player! While Corey Jordan also deserves a mention for scoring four goals in his last six games. And that lifted us into the playoff places heading into 2025.

Join us next time to discover if Bolton Wanderers can carry their strong end to 2024 into the new year!


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John McGinlay was one of the heroes when Bolton last went to Liverpool in the FA Cup Shaun Botterill/Getty Images

Bolton Wanderers fans have plenty of reasons for optimism heading into Saturday's match against Liverpool, if we base it solely on the history between the two sides in cup competitions. This is particularly the case in the FA Cup, in which the two sides have met 11 times, with Wanderers boasting an aggregate lead of 25-8.

As mentioned in the pre-WW2 article previously, the very first clash between Bolton and Liverpool was an FA Cup third round tie on 24th February 1894. A bumper crowd of 20,000 people packed out Wanderers' former home Pikes Lane to see the hosts ease to a 3-0 victory with goals from Jimmy Dickenson, Handel Bentley and Jimmy Cassidy. Bolton reached the final of the FA Cup that season, where they were defeated 4-1 by Notts County.

The next cup clash came a full 30 years later, in an FA Cup 2nd Round clash at Burnden Park on 2nd February 1924. Wanderers were the FA Cup holders having won the famous White Horse Final against West Ham in 1923, and took a second minute lead through John Smith, but Liverpool equalised just one minute later through Jimmy Walsh. Harry Chambers added a second for the visitors shortly after half-time before Walsh completed a hat-trick with two late goals to send the hosts crashing out.

The sides clashed again five years later in the 4th Round of Bolton's Cup-winning run of 1929. The sides endured a 0-0 stalemate at Anfield before Bolton trounced Liverpool 5-2 in the replay at Burnden Park. Bolton's goals came courtesy of Billy Butler, Jim McCleland and George Gibson, followed by a brace from Harold Blackmore, who racked up an impressive 111 goals in 153 games for Bolton and scored the second goal against Portsmouth in the final.

Fans of the two sides had to wait another five years for the next FA Cup meeting, from which Bolton again emerged victorious. Wanderers won the clash, on 17th February 1934, 3-0 with goals from club legends Jack Milsom and Ray Westwood, and a third added by George Taylor. But this match was remembered for fisticuffs rather than football. A spectator account claims a Bolton defender and Liverpool striker Sam English came to blows, which then broke out into a fight between the defender and Liverpool legend Gordon Hodgson, their third highest goalscorer of all-time. The spectator's mate then dashed off, presumably going to the toilet, only for him to emerge on the pitch throwing punches at the Bolton defender then turned round and punched a policeman, for which he received six months in prison.

World War Two put pay to further cup clashes for several years, with the next contest occurring in February 1946 in a bizarre two-legged 4th Round affair. Bolton won the first leg at home 5-0, then Liverpool won the second leg 2-0 - sending the Whites through 5-2 on aggregate. The first leg is of particular note as all five goals were scored by two of the greatest players to have pulled on the famous white shirt. A hat-trick from Ray Westwood - the club's fifth top goalscorer of all-time with 144 goals - followed a first half brace from a certain Nat Lofthouse, Wanderers' record goalscorer with 255 goals in 452 matches and a true one club man. Lofthouse lifted the FA Cup as Wanderers captain over Manchester United in the 1958 final and was an inaugural inductee into the English Football Hall of Fame in 2002.

Eight years later Wanderers again emerged victorious, with a 1-0 FA Cup 3rd Round win over Liverpool at Burnden Park, on 9th January 1954. The only goal that day was scored by Willie Moir, who captained the side and scored two goals against Blackpool in the Matthews Cup Final the previous season.

A legendary Liverpool side exacted revenge with a 1-0 victory of their own in an FA Cup 5th Round clash at Burnden Park on 20th February 1965. Liverpool's record appearances holder Ian Callaghan, who racked up 857 games for the club, scored the only goal for a side that contained the likes of Roger Hunt, Ian St John and Ron Yeats, the club's second longest serving captain behind only Steven Gerrard .

Three seasons later the two sides met for the first time in the League Cup, with Bolton drawn to play Liverpool away in the 2nd Round on 13th September 1967. The match was a 1-1 draw, with Franny Lee's first half opener cancelled out on 73 minutes by Peter Thompson, who went on to sign for Bolton six years later. The draw meant a replay at Burnden Park, in which Bolton ran out 3-2 winners, thanks to a Frederick Hill goal sandwiching a brace from Gordon Taylor, now the chief executive of the PFA.

Fans of the two sides then had to wait 26 years for another cup meeting, as Bolton and Liverpool went head-to-head in the 3rd Round of the FA Cup on 3rd January 1993. The draw put Bolton, then in the third tier Second Division, up against the cup holders Liverpool at Burnden Park. The hosts got off to a flyer with John McGinlay's sixth minute goal, and were then in dreamland as Mark Seagraves doubled the lead on 22 minutes. But a second half own goal by Mark Winstanley gave the visitors a lifeline, and they killed hopes of a giantkilling with Ian Rush's goal eight minutes from time. That took the game to a replay at Anfield, which pretty much everyone presumed would be a walkover for Liverpool. But Bolton took heart from the first match and pulled off an unlikely 2-0 victory with goals from mighty Scottish strike duo John McGinlay and Andy Walker.

Two seasons later the two sides met in the 1995 League Cup Final at Wembley. Winger Steve McManaman gave Liverpool a 2-0 lead with two superb individual goals, then Bolton hit back with a brilliant volley from Alan Thompson but it wasn't enough to prevent Liverpool from lifting the trophy.

The two sides met again in the League Cup 4th Round at Anfield in 2003, which was the last time they have played in a cup competition. Bolton took an early lead through Mario Jardel and held on for over an hour until Danny Murphy's equaliser, his first goal for the club. Bolton regained the lead on 79 minutes through the man so good they named him twice, Jay-Jay Okocha, only for Liverpool to again level through Vladimir Smicer. But Wanderers had the last laugh as Youri Djorkaeff tucked away a last minute penalty to steal it 3-2.

Leading the Liverpool line on that day in 2003 was a certain Emile Heskey. Wanderers fans will be hoping big Emile can roll back the years and inspire Bolton to yet another cup victory on his old stamping ground in the FA Cup 4th Round on Saturday.


Joseph Cassidy Bolton Wanderers - History

THE GIANT KILLERS

1894

Newcastle United 2-0 Sheffield United

First round: 27th January 1894

Ranked at the time: 9

Newcastle were playing in their first season as a league club while Sheffield were playing in their first season among the elite of English football when Joe Wallace's brace secured this first round upset. Joe scored twenty-seven goals in a five year career with the north east club, who in those days wore a Manchester Unitedesque red, white and black kit. eventual cup finalists Bolton proved tougher opposition in the next round, leaving the north east as 2-1 winners.

Newcastle: 1:W Lowery, 2:Harry Jeffery, 3:Tom Rogers, 4:Robert Crielly, 5:Willie Graham, 6:Joseph McKane, 7:C Quinn, 8:Thomas Crate, 9:Willie Thompson, 10:Joseph Wallace, 11:John Law

Sheffield: 1:Will Lilley, 2:Harry Lilley, 3:Bob Cain, 4:Rabbi Howell, 5:Billy Hendry, 6:Ernest Needham, 7:Jack Drummond, 8:Harry Hammond, 9:Robert Hill. 10:Billy Fleming, 11:Hugh Gallacher

Notts County 1-0 Burnley

First round: 27th January 1894

Ranked at the time: 6

January 27th 1894 was the first time in history that two top flight sides lost to lower division opposition in the cup on the same day. For Notts County it was the start of much bigger things.

County: 1:George Toone, 2:Fay Harper, 3:Jack Hendry, 4:Charlie Bramley, 5:David Calderhead, 6:Alf Shelton, 7:Arthur Watson, 8:Arthur Henfrey, 9:Jimmy Logan, 10:Dan Bruce, 11:Harry Daft

Burnley: 1:Jack Hillman, 2:Jimmy Crabtree, 3:Tom McLintock, 4:James Mullineux, 5:Sandy Lang, 6:Archie Livingstone, 7:Tom Nicol, 8:Peter Turnbull, 9:Jock Espie, 10:Billy Bowes, 11:Jimmy Hill

Liverpool 3-2 Preston North End

Second round: 10th February 1894

Scorers: David Henderson, Malcolm McVean - 2

Ranked at the time: 16

Liverpool's team of all the Macs were already well on their way to winning the Second Division title and securing promotion to the top flight for the first time in their history by the time they faced relegation threatened Preston at Anfield for this second round tie. None of the fifteen teams who had visited the ground during the season up to that time had left with anything more than a consolation goal so there was little surprise in truth when Malcolm McVean opened the scoring for the home side after just four minutes. McVean was one of several Scots, mostly with Mc or Mac surnames, who had come south to join the reds and is regarded so highly that over a century after he played at Anfield he is still ranked by fans as being among the club's 100 greatest players. David Henderson, another Scot signed from King's Park, was the home side's other scorer in this five goal thriller. Liverpool went on to complete the season having won all sixteen league and cup games played that year at Anfield, exiting the cup in the quarter finals at eventual finalists Bolton.

Liverpool: 1:Billy McOwen, 2:Andrew Hannah, 3:Duncan McLean, 4:Matt McQueen, 5:Joe McQue, 6:Jim McBride, 7:Patrick Gordon, 8:Malcolm McVean, 9:James Henderson, 10:Harry Bradshaw, 11:Hugh McQueen

Preston: 1:Jimmy Trainer, 2:Bob Holmes, 3:Geordie Drummond, 4:Billy Greer, 5:Moses Sanders, 6:James Sharp, 7:Jack Gordon, 8:John Cunningham, 9:Jimmy Ross, 10:Frank Becton, 11:John Cowan

Nottingham Forest 1-4 Notts County

Quarter Final replay: 3rd March 1894

Scorers. Daniel Bruce - 2, Sam Donnelly, Jimmy Logan

Ranked at the time: 6 .

Forest: 1:Dan Allsopp, 2:Archie Ritchie, 3:Adam Scott, 4:Alec Stewart, 5:John McPherson, 6:Peter McCracken, 7:Horace Pike, 8:William 'Tich' Smith, 9:Sandy Higgins, 10:James Collins, 11:Tom McInnes

County: 1:George Toone, 2:Fay Harper, 3:Jack Hendry, 4:Charlie Bramley, 5:David Calderhead, 6:Alf Shelton, 7:Arthur Watson, 8:Sam Donnelly, 9:Jimmy Logan, 10:Dan Bruce, 11:Harry Daft

Blackburn Rovers 0-1 Notts County

Semi final @ Bramall Lane, Sheffield: 10th March 1894

Ranked at the time: 5

Blackburn: 1:Adam ogilvie, 2:John Murray, 3:Tom Brandon, 4:Geordie Dewar, 5:Geordie Anderson, 6:Harry Marshall, 7:Harry Chippendale, 8:James Whitehead, 9:Mitchell Calvey, 10:Jimmy Haydock, 11:BillyTownley

Notts: 1:George Toone, 2:Fay Harper, 3:Jack Hendry, 4:Charlie Bramley, 5:David Calderhead, 6:Alf Shelton, 7:Arthur Watson, 8:Sam Donnelly, 9:Jimmy Logan, 10:Dan Bruce, 11:Harry Daft 

Bolton Wanderers 1

The 1894 F A Cup Final

@ Goodison Park, Everton: 31st March 1894

Scorers: Arthur Watson <18>, Jimmy Logan

Ranked at the time: 10

Notts County not only became the first team to win the cup from outside the top flight since the formation of the Football League but also did so by defeating four top flight sides in the process. County had been relegated the previous season from the elite division so none of their four opponents could have claimed to have been surprised by the team who went into their first round tie with Burnley on the back of four straight victories. Burnley's outside bid to win the title was already being severely hampered by a soft underbelly which they displayed in each of their most recent five away games. Jimmy Logan scored the decisive goal in front of 8,000 fans. Second Division Burton Wanderers were dispatched to set up a quarter final local derby with neighbours Nottingham Forest. The First Division side looked to have done the hard part in holding County 1-1 at Trent Bridge the previous Saturday but one week later, at the Town Ground, the elite club were beaten in probably their most humiliating local derby defeat ever when Daniel Bruce added two goals to the strike in the first game while Sam Donnelly and Jimmy Logan completed a comprehensive victory. The semi final at Bramall Lane in Sheffield put County up against their toughest opponents yet in Blackburn. Yet again the odds were defied as Harry Daft scored the only goal to send County to the cup final for the second time in four seasons. Sadly for County's fans this was one of only eight times in the entire history of the competition that the showpiece game took place away from London, this year at Everton's Goodison Park. It also remains the most comprehensive victory by a lower division club in an F A cup final as County ran out easy winners, being home and dry at 4-0 by the time Bolton scored a late consolation goal. This remains County's only major honour in their history but the season still ended in disappointment. The Magpies finished third in the division, earning a promotion play-off style test match against Preston, who were third bottom of the top flight. Despite having defeated four higher placed clubs in the cup County were decimated and lost 0-4 thus missing out on a return to the top flight. Jimmy Logan should have dined out for many years to come on his cup winning hat-trick but alas fate played a cruel trick on him also. By 1896 Logan was playing for Loughborough when the team turned up for an away game without any kit. In torrential rain the players played the game in their own clothes with Logan returning home by train thoroughly soaked. A week later he contracted a chill and despite at one stage being seemingly on the road to recovery, the chill returned and he died of pneumonia.

Bolton: 1:John Sutcliffe, 2:John Somerville, 3:Di Jones, 4:Alex Paton, 5:Archie Hughes, 6:Harry Gardiner, 7:Jim Wilson, 8:Robert Tannahill, 9:Jimmy Cassidy, 10:Joe Dickinson, 11:Handel Bentley

Notts:1:George Toone, 2:Fay Harper, 3:Jack Hendry, 4:Charlie Bramley, 5:David Calderhead, 6:Alf Shelton, 7:Arthur Watson, 8:Sam Donnelly, 9:Jimmy Logan, 10:Dan Bruce, 11:Harry Daft


Players Merits A to G

Abbott, Walter:
Born: December 7, 1877: Small Heath, England.
Passed away: February 1, 1941: Birmingham, England.
Position: Left half-back and inside left.
Career:
Rosewood Victoria (1894) Small Heath (1895) Everton (1899) Burnley (1908) Birmingham (1910).
Merits:
English FA Cup Winner: 1905-06 (Everton)
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1903-04 (Everton)

Abrams, Lawrence:
Born: May 14, 1889: Banks, England.
Passed away: March 20, 1966: Southport, England.
Merits:
East of Scotland Shield Winner: 1910-11 (Hearts)

Adams, David Robertson:
Born: May 14, 1883: Oathlaw, Scotland.
Passed away: November 29, 1948: Edinburgh, Scotland.
Merits:
Scottish FA Cup Winner: 1903-04 (Celtic)
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1904-05 (Celtic) 1907-08 (Celtic)

Adams, F.T.:
London Senior Cup Winner: 1900-01 (Ilford)

Adams, James “Jimmy”:
Born: August 17, 1884: Edinburgh, Scotland.
Passed away: April 24, 1943: New Jersey, USA.
Merits:
Scottish League XI 1-0: (v. English League: April 8, 1893)
East of Scotland Shield Winner: 1890-91 (Hearts)
Rosebery Charity Cup Winner: 1889-90 (Hearts) 1891-92 (Hearts) 1892-93 (Hearts)
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1894-95 (Everton)

Adamson, Hugh:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1907-08 (Everton)

Aitkenhead, Walter “Wally”:
Lancashire Cup Winner: 1910-11 (Blackburn Rovers)

Alcock, Charles William:
Born: December 2, 1842: Sunderland, England.
Passed away: February 26, 1907.
Position: Forward.
Career:
Surrey Upton Park Wanderers (1861 to 1875) Harrow Pilgrims (1870) Gitanos Crystal Palace.
International honours:
England A (Unofficial) 4-0 (v. Scotland: March 5, 1870 v. Scotland: November 19, 1870 v. Scotland: February 25, 1871 v. Scotland: November 18, 1871))
Merits:
English FA Cup Winner: 1871-72 (Wanderers)

Aldridge, Albert:
English FA Cup Winner: 1887-88 (West Bromwich)

Alington, E.H.:
Career:
Old Westminsters (1874)

Allan, David Steel:
Born: April 30, 1864: Irvine, Scotland.
Passed away: June 26, 1930: Pollokshields, Scotland.
Merits:
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1888-89 (Queen’s Park) 1889-90 (Queen’s Park)
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1882-83 (Queen’s Park) 1883-84 (Queen’s Park) 1884-85 (Queen’s Park)

Allan, Henry:
Rosebery Charity Cup Winner: 1897-98 (Hearts)

Allan, John “Jack”:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1909-10 (Everton)

Allan, Patrick:
Born: 1893: Perth, Scotland.
Merits:
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1914-15 (Clyde)

Allan, Samuel:
East of Scotland Shield Winner: 1908-09 (Hibernian)

Allan, Walter Lennie:
Cleveland Charity Cup Winner: 1888-89 (Stockton)

Allan, William R.:
East of Scotland Shield Winner: 1908-09 (Hibernian)

Allen, Albert Arthur:
Born: April 7, 1867: Birmingham, England.
Passed away: October 13, 1899: Birmingham, England.
Position: Inside forward.
Career:
St. Phillips Aston Villa (August, 1884 to May, 1891).

Allen, Harry:
English FA Cup Winner: 1892-93 (Wolves)
Birmingham Senior Cup Winner: 1892-93 (Wolves)

Allison, J.L.:
Scottish League XI 1-0: (v. Irish League: April 29, 1893)

Allsop, Dan:
English FA Cup Winner: 1897-98 (Nottingham Forest)

Allsopp, Albert:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1882-83 (Bootle) 1887-88 1888-89 (Bootle)

Allsopp, C.H.:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1882-83 (Bootle)

Almond, Jack:
English FA Cup Winner: 1898-99 (Sheffield United)
Championship of Great Britain Winner: 1897-98 (Sheffield United)

Amos, Charles:
Rosebery Charity Cup Winner: 1893-94 (Hibernian)

Angus, Jack:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1890-91 (Everton)

Anderson, ?:
Scottish FA Cup Winner: 1882-83 (Dumbarton)

Anderson, A.R.:
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1877-78 (Queens Park)

Anderson, David Walter:
Birmingham Senior Cup Winner: 1881-82 (Aston Villa) 1882-83 (Aston Villa)

Anderson, George:
Rosebery Charity Cup Winner: 1890-91 (Leith Athletic) 1898-99 (Leith Athletic)

Anderson, Kenneth:
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1898-99 (Queens Park)

Anderson, Robert “Bob”:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1887-88 (Bootle)

Anderson, Thomas “Tom”:
Cleveland Charity Cup Winner: 1889-90 (Middlesbrough Ironopolis) 1890-91 (Middlesbrough Ironopolis)

Anderson, William J:
English FA Cup Winner: 1881-82 (Old Etonians)

Anderson, William:
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1880-81 (Queen’s Park) 1882-83 (Queen’s Park) 1883-84 (Queen’s Park)

Anderson, William:
Rosebery Charity Cup Winner: 1890-91 (Leith Athletic)

Andrews, ?:
Irish FA Cup Winner: 1904-05 (Distillery)

Andrews, P.:
Wharncliffe Charity Cup Winner: 1879-80 (Heeley)

Anthony, G.:
Wharncliffe Charity Cup Winner: 1878-79 (The Wednesday)

Anthony, Walter:
Lancashire Cup Winner: 1908-09 (Blackburn Rovers) 1910-11 (Blackburn Rovers)

Apperley, Charles William:
Birmingham Senior Cup Winner: 1882-83 (Aston Villa)

Appleton, J.:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1884-85 (Earlestown)

Armstrong, William:
Rosebery Charity Cup Winner: 1898-99 (Leith Athletic)

Arnott, Walter:
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1889-90 (Queen’s Park)
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1882-83 (Queen’s Park) 1883-84 (Queen’s Park) 1890-91 (Queen’s Park)

Arridge, Smart:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1893-94 (Everton) 1894-95 (Everton)

Arthur, Herbert “Herbie”:
English FA Cup Winner: 1883-84 (Blackburn Rovers) 1884-85 (Blackburn Rovers) 1885-86 (Blackburn Rovers)

Ashcroft, James “Jimmy”:
Lancashire Cup Winner: 1908-09 (Blackburn Rovers) 1910-11 (Blackburn Rovers)

Ashton, Rod:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1882-83 (Bootle)

Ashwell, J.:
Birmingham Senior Cup Winner: 1880-81 (Walsall Swifts)

Ashworth, Samuel “Sam”:
English FA Cup Winner: 1903-04 (Manchester City)

Astley, William:
English FA Cup Winner: 1882-83 (Blackburn Olympic)

Aston, F.M.:
London Charity Cup Winner: 1891-92 (Crusaders)

Aston, W.C.:
Career:
Old Westminsters (1874)

Athersmith, Charles William “Charlie”:
Born: May 10, 1872: Bloxwich (Staffordshire), England.
Passed away: September 18, 1910: Oakengates (Shropshire), England.
Position: Outside right.
Career:
Walsall Road School Bloxwich Wanderers Bloxwich Strollers Saltley Unity Gas Depot Aston Villa (February, 1891) Small Heath (June, 1901).
Merits:
English League XI 1-0: (v. Football Alliance: April 20, 1891)
English FA Cup Winner: 1894-95 (Aston Villa) 1896-97 (Aston Villa)
Birmingham Senior Cup Winner: 1895-96 (Aston Villa)

Atherton, Robert:
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1901-02 (Hibernian)

Atkin, Jack:
English Football League Second Division Winner: 1914-15 (Derby County)

Auld, John:
Scottish FA Cup Winner: 1888-89 (Third Lanark)

Avery, George:
Lancashire Cup Winner: 1881-82 𔃱g’ (Blackburn Rovers)

Bach, Tom:
Cleveland Charity Cup Winner: 1887-88 (Middlesbrough)

Bache, Joseph William “Joe”:
Born: February 8, 1880: Stourbridge, England.
Passed away: November 10, 1960: Birmingham, England.
Position: Forward.
Career:
Bewdley Victoria Stourbridge Aston Villa (December, 1900) Mid Rhondda (July, 1919).
Merits:
English FA Cup Winner: 1904-05 (Aston Villa) 1912-13 (Aston Villa)

Baddeley, Sam:
Birmingham Senior Cup Winner: 1913-14 (Stoke)
English Southern League Second Division Winner: 1914-15 (Stoke)

Bagshaw, Jimmy:
English Football League Second Division Winner: 1914-15 (Derby County)

Bailey, Norman Coles:
English FA Cup Winner: 1879-80 (Clapham Rovers)

Bailey, Tom:
English Southern League Second Division Winner: 1914-15 (Stoke)

Baillie, William Heap:
Career:
Civil Service (1870).
International honours:
Scotland A (Unofficial) 1-0 (v. England: November 19, 1870)

Baillie-Hamilton, Charles Robert:
Career:
Civil Service (1870).
International honours:
Scotland A (Unofficial) 1-0 (v. England: March 5, 1870).

Baillie-Hamilton, Sir William Alexander:
Career:
Old Harrovians (1870).
International honours:
Scotland A (Unofficial) 1-0 (v. England: March 5, 1870).

Bain, F.W.:
London Senior Cup Winner: 1885-86 (Ashburnham Rovers) 1889-90 (Old Westminsters)

Baird, Andrew:
Scottish FA Cup Winner: 1892-93 (Queen’s Park)

Baird, David:
Scottish League XI 2-2: (v. Irish League: April 29, 1893 v. Irish League: January 27, 1894 𔃱g’)
East of Scotland Shield Winner: 1890-91 (Hearts)
Rosebery Charity Cup Winner: 1889-90 (Hearts) 1891-92 (Hearts) 1892-93 (Hearts) 1894-95 (Hearts) 1895-96 (Hearts)

Baird, Gideon:
Born: June 1, 1877:
Passed away: August 7, 1897:
Career:
Distillery.
Merits:

Baird, John:
Born: 1871: Alexandria (Dunbartonshire), Scotland.
Passed away: July 31, 1905: Scotland.
Position: Full back.
Career:
Vale Athletic Vale of Leven Vale Wanderers Kidderminster, Aston Villa (1889) Kidderminster Olympic Kiderrminster Harriers Aston Villa (October, 1891) Leicester Fosse (August, 1895).
Merits:
Staffordshire Cup Winner: 1892-93 (Aston Villa)

Baker, Alfred Joseph:
Career:
No Names (1870) Wanderers (1870).
International honours:
England A (Unofficial) 3-0 (v. Scotland: March 5, 1870 𔃱g’ v. Scotland: November 19, 1870 v. Scotland: February 25, 1871)

Baker, J.:
Birmingham Senior Cup Winner: 1880-81 (Walsall Swifts)

Baker, Thomas Southey:
Career:
Clapham Rovers (1871).
International honours:
England A Unofficial 1-0 (v. Scotland: November 18, 1871)

Baker, William “Billy”:
English Football League Second Division Winner: 1914-15 (Derby County)

Balfe, James:
Irish FA Cup Winner: 1907-08 (Bohemians)

Ball, John:
Birmingham Senior Cup Winner: 1879-80 (Aston Villa)

Ball, William:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1896-97 (Rock Ferry) 1898-99 (Everton)

Ballantyre, John:
Birmingham Senior Cup Winner: 1914-15 (Birmingham)

Balmer, Robert “Bob”:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1907-08 (Everton) 1909-10 (Everton)
Lancashire Cup Winner: 1909-10 (Everton)

Balmer, William “Bill”:
English FA Cup Winner: 1905-06 (Everton)
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1897-98 (Everton) 1903-04 (Everton)
West Bromwich Friendly Society’s Charity Cup Winner: 1897-98 (Everton):

Bamford, Tom:
English FA Cup Winner: 1913-14 (Burnley)

Banks, Herbert:
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1897-98 (Third Lanark)

Banks, John “Jack”:
Birmingham Senior Cup Winner: 1894-95 (West Bromwich)

Banks, William “Billy”:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1914-15 (Liverpool)

Bannister, Charles:
English Southern League First Division Winner: 1910-11 (Swindon Town)

Barber, Thomas “Tom”:
Born: February 20, 1888: West Stanley, England.
Passed away: September 18, 1925: Nuneaton, England.
Position: Wing half.
Career:
Todd’s Nook Boarding School Hamotley West Stanley Bolton Wanderers, Aston Villa (December 24, 1912) Stalybridge Celtic (August, 1919).
Merits:
English FA Cup Winner: 1912-13 (Aston Villa)

Barbour, Alexander “Alex”:
Scottish FA Cup Winner: 1884-85 (Renton)
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1885-86 (Renton) 1886-87 (Renton)
Dumbartonshire Cup Winner: 1886-87 (Renton)

Barbour, Robert:
Rosebery Charity Cup Winner: 1882-83 (Hearts)

Barbour, Robert:
Scottish League XI 1-0: (v. Irish League: January 27, 1894)

Barbour, Thomas “Tommy”:
English Football League Second Division Winner: 1914-15 (Derby County)

Bardsley, John:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1909-10 (Everton)

Barker, George:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1897-98 (Everton)

Barker, John Bell:
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1892-93 ‘1g’ (Glasgow Rangers) 1893-94 (Glasgow Rangers)

Barlow, John:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1897-98 (Everton) 1898-99 (Everton)

Barnard, J.:
London Senior Cup Winner: 1882-83 (Upton Park)

Barnes, Billy:
English FA Cup Winner: 1901-02 (Sheffield United)

Barnett, H.R.:
London Senior Cup Winner: 1882-83 (Upton Park)

Barnshaw, Bob:
English Southern League First Division Winner: 1914-15 (Watford)

Barr, John:
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1902-03 (Third Lanark)

Barr, Robert “Bob”:
Lancashire Cup Winner: 1894-95 (Preston North End)
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1897-98 (Third Lanark) 1900-01 (Third Lanark)

Barron, James:
Irish FA Cup Winner: 1896-97 (Cliftonville)

Barry, Felix:
English FA Cup Winner: 1879-80 (Clapham Rovers)

Bartlett, Billy:
English FA Cup Winner: 1906-07 (The Wednesday)
Irish FA Cup Winner: 1914-15 (Linfield)

Barton, John:
English FA Cup Winner: 1889-90 (Blackburn Rovers) 1890-91 (Blackburn Rovers)

Barton, T.:
London Senior Cup Winner: 1900-01 (Ilford)

Bartrop, Wilfred.:
English FA Cup Winner: 1911-12 (Barnsley)
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1914-15 (Liverpool)

Bassett, William “Billy”:
English League XI 2-2 (v. Scottish League: April 11, 1892 v. Scottish League: April 8, 1893)
English FA Cup Winner: 1887-88 (West Bromwich) 1891-92 (West Bromwich)
Birmingham Senior Cup Winner: 1893-94 (West Bromwich) 1894-95 (West Bromwich)

Bastard, Segar Richard:
London Senior Cup Winner: 1882-83 (Upton Park)

Bastock, Archie:
Birmingham Senior Cup Winner: 1893-94 (West Bromwich)

Bastow, W.R.:
Irish FA Cup Winner: 1907-08 (Bohemians)

Bates, P.C.:
London Senior Cup Winner: 1882-83 (Upton Park)

Battles, Bernard “Barney”:
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1895-96 (Celtic)
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1895-96 (Celtic) 1898-99 Celtic) 1902-03 (Celtic)
Rosebery Charity Cup Winner: 1894-95 (Hearts)

Batty, William “Billy”:
English Southern League First Division Winner: 1913-14 (Swindon Town)

Baugh, Richard “Dick”:
Born: February 14, 1864: Wolverhampton, England.
Passed away: August 14, 1929: Wolverhampton, England.
Position: Right back.
Career:
Rose Villa (1879) Wolverhampton Rangers (1880) Stafford Road (1881) Wolverhampton Wanderers (1888) Walsall (1896).
Merits:
English FA Cup Winner: 1892-93 (Wolves)
Birmingham Senior Cup Winner: 1892-93 (Wolves) 1893-94 (Wolves)

Baxter, ?:
Irish FA Cup Winner: 1883-84 (Distillery) 1884-85 (Distillery) 1885-86 (Distillery)

Bayliss, Jem:
English FA Cup Winner: 1887-88 (West Bromwich)

Beaufoy, Mark Hanbury:
English FA Cup Winner: 1878-79 (Old Etonians)

Beard, J.:
Wharncliffe Charity Cup Winner: 1883-84 (Lockwood Brothers)

Beards, T.:
Wharncliffe Charity Cup Winner: 1883-84 (Lockwood Brothers)

Beare, George:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1910-11 (Everton) 1911-12 (Everton) 1913-14 (Everton)

Beattie, ?:
Irish FA Cup Winner: 1884-85 (Distillery)

Beattie, Norman:
Irish FA Cup Winner: 1906-07 (Cliftonville)

Becton, Francis “Frank”:
Lancashire Cup Winner: 1892-93 (Preston North End)

Beeby, Augusts “Gus”:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1909-10 (Liverpool)

Beer, William “Billy”:
English FA Cup Winner: 1898-99 (Sheffield United)

Begbie, Isaas:
Scottish League XI 1-0: (v. English League: April 8, 1893 v. Irish League: January 27, 1894)
East of Scotland Shield Winner: 1890-91 (Hearts)
Rosebery Charity Cup Winner: 1889-90 (Hearts) 1891-92 (Hearts) 1892-93 (Hearts) 1894-95 (Hearts) 1895-96 (Hearts) 1897-98 (Hearts)

Bell, ?:
Irish FA Cup Winner: 1881-82 (Queen’s Island)

Bell, ?:
Irish FA Cup Winner: 1885-86 (Distillery)

Bell, Alex:
English FA Cup Winner: 1908-09 (Manchester United)

Bell, James:
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1890-91 (Celtic)

Bell, John:
Rosebery Charity Cup Winner: 1889-90 (Hearts)

Bell, John:
Rosebery Charity Cup Winner: 1898-99 (Leith Athletic)

Bell, John Watson “Jack”:
Born: October 6, 1868: Dumbarton (Dunbartonshire), Scotland.
Passed away: April 12, 1956.
Merits:
Scottish League XI 1-0 (v. English League: April 11, 1892 𔃱g’)
Scottish Football League Winner: 1890-91 (Dumbarton)
Scottish Football League Top-scorer: 1890-91 (Dumbarton / 20) 1891-92 (Dumbarton / 23).
Lancashire Cup Winner: 1896-97 (Everton)
West Bromwich Friendly Society’s Charity Cup Winner: 1897-98 (Everton):

Bell, Stanley Lawrence Thomas “Laurie”:
English FA Cup Winner: 1895-96 (The Wednesday)
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1898-99 (Everton)
West Bromwich Friendly Society’s Charity Cup Winner: 1897-98 (Everton):

Bell, W.:
Dumbartonshire Cup Winner: 1890-91 (Dumbarton)

Benbow, Len:
English FA Cup Winner: 1897-98 (Nottingham Forest)

Benfield, Thomas “Tommy”:
English Football League Second Division Winner: 1914-15 (Derby County)

Bennett, Alexander “Alex”:
Scottish Football League First Division Winner: 1910-11 (Glasgow Rangers)
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1902-03 (Celtic) 1908-09 (Glasgow Rangers)
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1910-11 (Glasgow Rangers) 1911-12 Glasgow Rangers) 1912-13 (Glasgow Rangers)

Bennett, James:
East of Scotland Shield Winner: 1910-11 (Hearts)

Bennett, P.:
Manchester Cup Winner: 1890-91 (Ardwick)

Bennett, R.:
Irish FA Cup Winner: 1910-11 (Shelbourne)

Bennett, Walter:
English FA Cup Winner: 1898-99 (Sheffield United) 1901-02 (Sheffield United)
Championship of Great Britain Winner: 1897-98 (Sheffield United)

Benson, Robert H.:
English FA Cup Winner: 1873-74 (Oxford University)

Bentley, W.:
Wharncliffe Charity Cup Winner: 1882-83 (The Wednesday)

Berry, Davidson:
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1898-99 (Queens Park)

Berry, Edwin:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1883-84 (Everton)

Berry, William Hall:
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1888-89 (Queen’s Park) 1889-90 (Queen’s Park)
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner 1890-91 (Queen’s Park)

Betts, Morton Peto:
Career:
West Kent (1871) Harrow Chequers (1871) Wanderers (1872)
International honours:
England A (Unofficial) 2-0 (v. Scotland: February 25, 1871 v. Scotland: November 18, 1871)
Merits:
English FA Cup Winner: 1871-72 (Wanderers)

Betts, William “Billy”:
Wharncliffe Charity Cup Winner: 1883-84 (Lockwood Brothers)

Beveridge, Robert:
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1897-98 (Third Lanark)

Beverley, Joseph “Joe”:
English FA Cup Winner: 1883-84 (Blackburn Rovers)

Bingham, S.O.:
Born: August 6, 1873.
Career:
Wanderers.

Bingley, J.:
Wharncliffe Charity Cup Winner: 1878-79 (The Wednesday)

Birkett, Reginald Halsey:
English FA Cup Winner: 1879-80 (Clapham Rovers)

Birley, Francis Hornby:
Born: March 14, 1850: Chorlton, Manchester, England.
Passed away: August 1, 1910.
Position: Half-back.
Career:
Oxford University Wanderers (1873 to 1877) Middlesex Old Wykehamists.
Merits:
English FA Cup Winner: 1873-74 (Oxford University) 1875-76 (Wanderers) 1876-77 (Wanderers)

Birrell, Thomas A.:
East of Scotland Shield Winner: 1908-09 (Hibernian)

Bishop, Alf:
English FA Cup Winner: 1907-08 (Wolves)

Bishop, J.:
Wharncliffe Charity Cup Winner: 1878-79 (The Wednesday)

Black, David:
Birmingham Senior Cup Winner: 1893-94 (Wolves)

Black, John:
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1914-15 (Clyde)

Blackburn, Ernest “Ernie”:
Welsh FA Cup Winner: 1914-15 (Wrexham)

Blackburn, Fred:
Lancashire Cup Winner: 1901-02 (Blackburn Rovers)

Blair, James:
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1909-10 (Clyde)

Blair, John:
Irish FA Cup Winner: 1906-07 (Cliftonville)

Blessington, James:
Scottish League XI 1-0: (v. Irish League: January 27, 1894)
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1895-96 (Celtic)
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1892-93 (Celtic) 1893-94 (Celtic) 1895-96 (Celtic)

Blount, B.L.:
London Charity Cup Winner: 1891-92 (Crusaders)

Blyth, Robert “Bob”:
Lancashire Cup Winner: 1894-95 (Preston North End)

Blythe, Joe:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1899-00 (Everton)

Boland, William “Billy”:
English Southern League First Division Winner: 1910-11 (Swindon Town)

Bolland, Thomas “Tommy”:
English Southern League First Division Winner: 1910-11 (Swindon Town) 1913-14 (Swindon Town)

Bolton, Hugh:
English FA Cup Winner: 1905-06 (Everton)

Bonar, James “Jim”:
Lancashire Cup Winner: 1888-89 (Accrington)

Bonnar, John:
Renfrewshire Cup Winner: 1891-92 (Abercorn)

Bonsor, Alexander George:
English FA Cup Winner: 1871-72 (Wanderers) 1872-73 (Wanderers)

Booth, A.:
Wharncliffe Charity Cup Winner: 1889-90 (Staveley)

Booth, Ernest:
Middlesex Senior Cup Winner: 1897-98 (Brentford)

Booth, Frank “Tabby”:
Born: 1882: Hyde (Lancashire), England.
Passed away: July 1, 1919.
Position: Outside left.
Career:
Glossop (1900) Stockport County (1901) Hyde (1901) Manchester City (1902) Bury (1906) Clyde (1909) Manchester City (1911).
Merits:
English FA Cup Winner: 1903-04 (Manchester City)
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1909-10 (Clyde)

Booth, Thomas Edward “Tommy”:
Born: April 25, 1874: Ardwick (Lancashire), England.
Passed away: September 7, 1939: Blackpool (Lancashire), England.
Position: Centre half.
Career:
Hooley Hill (1894) Ashton North End (1895) Blackburn Rovers (1896) Everton (1900) Preston North End (1908) Carlisle United (1909).
Merits:
English FA Cup Winner: 1905-06 (Everton)
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1903-04 (Everton)

Borrie, A.:
Cleveland Charity Cup Winner: 1886-87 (Middlesbrough)

Borthwick, John James Blacklaw “Jack”:
Born: February 15, 1886: Leith, Scotland.
Passed away: April 23, 1942: Walton Hospital, Liverpool (Merseyside), England.
Position: Centre half.
Career:
Royal Oak (1902) Edinburgh Clifton (1903) Wemyss Violet (1904) Lochgelly United (1905) Hibernian (1906), Everton (1908) Millwall Athletic (1911) East Fife (1914) Cowdenbeath (1915) Hibernian (1916).
Merits:
Lancashire Cup Winner: 1909-10 (Everton)
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1909-10 (Everton)

Bottomley, William “Bill”:
Lancashire Cup Winner: 1907-08 (Oldham Athletic)

Bourn, ?:
Lancashire Cup Winner: 1891-92 (Bury)

Bovill, John:
Irish FA Cup Winner: 1914-15 (Linfield)
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1911-12 (Liverpool)

Bowen, Edward Ernest:
Born: March 30, 1836: Glenmore, Ireland.
Passed away: April 8, 1901.
Position:
Career:
King’s College Trinity College Harrow Pilgrims Wanderers (1865 to 1883).
International honours:
England A (Unofficial) 1-0 (v. Scotland: March 5, 1870)
Merits:
English FA Cup Winner: 1871-72 (Wanderers) 1872-73 (Wanderers)

Bowie, James:
Renfrewshire Cup Winner: 1891-92 (Abercorn)

Bowie, James:
Scottish Football League First Division Winner: 1910-11 (Glasgow Rangers)
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1910-11 (Glasgow Rangers)

Bowker, Richard:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1884-85 (Earlestown)

Bowie, Thomas A.
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1898-99 (Queens Park)

Bown, Archie:
English Southern League First Division Winner: 1910-11 (Swindon Town) 1913-14 (Swindon Town)

Bowyer, Samuel “Sam”:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1908-09 (Liverpool) 1909-10 (Liverpool)

Boyd, David:
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1893-94 (Glasgow Rangers)

Boyd, Henry:
Scottish League XI 1-1: (v. Irish League: January 27, 1894 𔃱g’)

Boyd, Robert:
Rosebery Charity Cup Winner: 1888-89 (Mossend Swifts) 1890-91 (Leith Athletic) 1898-99 (Leith Athletic)

Boyle, James:
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1890-91 (Celtic)

Boyle, Peter:
English FA Cup Winner: 1898-99 (Sheffield United) 1901-02 (Sheffield United)

Boyle, Richard “Dickie”:
Scottish League XI 1-0 (v. English League: April 11, 1892)
Scottish Football League Winner: 1890-91 (Dumbarton)
Dumbartonshire Cup Winner: 1890-91 (Dumbarton)
Lancashire Cup Winner: 1893-94 (Everton) 1896-97 (Everton)
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1897-98 (Everton)
West Bromwich Friendly Society’s Charity Cup Winner: 1897-98 (Everton):

Boyle, Tommy:
English FA Cup Winner: 1913-14 (Burnley)

Bracegirdle, Ernest “Ernie”:
Lancashire Cup Winner: 1906-07 (Blackburn Rovers)

Bradley, James Edwin:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1905-06 (Liverpool) 1908-09 (Liverpool)
Birmingham Senior Cup Winner: 1913-14 (Stoke)
English Southern League Second Division Winner: 1914-15 (Stoke)

Bradshaw, Billy:
Lancashire Cup Winner: 1906-07 (Blackburn Rovers) 1908-09 (Blackburn Rovers) 1910-11 (Blackburn Rovers)

Bradshaw, Frank:
English FA Cup Winner: 1906-07 (The Wednesday)
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1911-12 (Everton)

Brady, Alexander “Alec”:
Born: April 2, 1865: Cathcart, Scotland.
Passed away: October 20, 1913: Renton, Scotland.
Position: Inside left.
Career:
Renton Thistle (1885) Partick Thistle (1886) Sunderland (1887) Burnley (1888) Everton (1889) Broxburn Shamrock (1891) Celtic (1891) The Wednesday (1892).
Merits:
English FA Cup Winner: 1895-96 (The Wednesday)
Scottish FA Cup Winner: 1891-92 (Celtic)
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1891-92 (Celtic)
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1891-92 (Celtic)
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1889-90 (Everton) 1890-91 (Everton)

Bramley, Charles:
English FA Cup Winner: 1893-94 (Notts County)

Brandon, Harry:
Football Alliance XI 1-0: (v. English League: April 20, 1891)
English FA Cup Winner: 1895-96 (The Wednesday)

Brandon, Thomas “Tom”:
English League XI 1-0: (v. Football Alliance: April 20, 1891)
English FA Cup Winner: 1890-91 (Blackburn Rovers)

Brandrick, W.:
Birmingham Senior Cup Winner: 1880-81 (Walsall Swifts)

Brash, Archibald “Archie”:
English FA Cup Winner: 1895-96 (The Wednesday)

Bratley, Phil:
English FA Cup Winner: 1911-12 (Barnsley)

Brawn, Billy:
English FA Cup Winner: 1904-05 (Aston Villa)

Brelsford, William “Bill”:
English FA Cup Winner: 1914-15 (Sheffield United)

Breslin, Bernard:
Rosebery Charity Cup Winner: 1893-94 (Hibernian) 1896-97 (Hibernian)
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1901-02 (Hibernian)

Brewer, William “Billy”:
English Southern League First Division Winner: 1913-14 (Swindon Town)

Briggs, Henry:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1895-96 (Everton)

Briscoe, William:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1886-87 (Everton)

Brittleton, Tom:
English FA Cup Winner: 1906-07 (The Wednesday)

Brogan, Jimmy:
Lancashire Cup Winner: 1890-91 (Bolton Wanderers)

Brooks, George:
English Football League Second Division Winner: 1914-15 (Derby County)

Brougham, Harold:
English FA Cup Winner: 1879-80 (Clapham Rovers)

Broughton, Joseph “Joe”:
Lancashire Cup Winner: 1879-80 (Darwen)

Browell, Thomas “Tom”:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1911-12 (Everton)

Brown, Albert:
English FA Cup Winner: 1886-87 (Aston Villa)
Staffordshire Cup Winner: 1892-93 (Aston Villa)

Brown, Alexander “Sandy”:
English FA Cup Winner: 1900-01 (Tottenham Hotspur)

Brown, Andrew “Andy”:
Scottish League XI 1-0: (v. Irish League: April 29, 1893 ‘sub’)
Renfrewshire Cup Winner: 1890-91 (St. Mirren)

Brown, Andrew:
Scottish Football League First Division Winner: 1910-11 (Glasgow Rangers)

Brown, Arthur:
Birmingham Senior Cup Winner: 1881-82 (Aston Villa) 1882-83 (Aston Villa)

Brown, E.:
Irish FA Cup Winner 1882-83 (Cliftonville)

Brown, Harry:
London Challenge Cup Winner: 1909-10 (Fulham)

Brown, J.:
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1881-82 (Vale of Leven)

Brown, James “Jimmy”:
English FA Cup Winner: 1883-84 (Blackburn Rovers) 1884-85 (Blackburn Rovers) 1885-86 (Blackburn Rovers)
Lancashire Cup Winner: 1881-82 (Blackburn Rovers)

Brown, James:
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1888-89 (Renton)

Brown, John:
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner 1911-12 (Celtic)

Brown, Robert:
Scottish Football League Winner: 1910-11 (Glasgow Rangers)
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1912-13 (Glasgow Rangers)

Brown, Robert P.:
Scottish FA Cup Winner: 1882-83 (Dumbarton)

Brown, Robert S.:
Scottish FA Cup Winner: 1882-83 (Dumbarton)

Brown, William:
English Football League First Division Winner: 1914-15 (Everton)

Browning, John:
Scottish FA Cup Winner: 1913-14 (Celtic)
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1912-13 (Celtic) 1913-14 (Celtic) 1914-15 (Celtic)

Brownlie, James:
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1908-09 (Third Lanark)

Bruce, Daniel “Danny”:
Born: October 20, 1870: Bonhill, Scotland.
Passed away: February 6, 1931: Bonhill, Scotland.
Position: Inside forward.
Career:
Vale of Leven (1890) Glasgow Rangers (1892) Notts County (1892) Small Heath (1895) St. Mirren (1896) Perth (1897) Vale of Leven (1898) St. Mirren (1899).
Merits:
English FA Cup Winner: 1893-94 (Notts County)

Buchan, James:
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1901-02 (Hibernian)

Buchanan, James:
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1887-88 (Cambuslang)

Buchanan, John:
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1887-88 (Cambuslang)

Buick, Albert:
Rosebery Charity Cup Winner: 1897-98 (Hearts)

Bulling, Harold:
English Southern League First Division Winner: 1914-15 (Watford)

Burden, Fred:
East of Scotland Shield Winner: 1910-11 (Hearts)

Burgess, Herbert:
English FA Cup Winner: 1903-04 (Manchester City)

Burke, James:
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1889-90 (Third Lanark)

Burkinshaw, Jack:
English Southern League First Division Winner: 1910-11 (Swindon Town)

Burlinson, ?:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1896-97 (Rock Ferry)

Burnett, John “Jack”:
Born: July 18, 1871: Ballymena.
Passed away:
Career:
Distillery Glentoran.
Merits:
Irish League XI 1-0: (v. Scottish League: January 27, 1894)

Burnett, John:
East of Scotland Shield Winner: 1908-09 (Hibernian)

Burnison, Samuel:
Born: November 30, 1890: Lurgan, Ireland.
Passed away:
Career:
Distillery (1905), Bradford (1910), Distillery (1911), Glenavon.
Merits:
Irish FA Cup Winner: 1909-10 (Distillery)

Burton, Frank:
Birmingham Senior Cup Winner: 1895-96 (Aston Villa)

Burton, Harry:
English FA Cup Winner: 1906-07 (The Wednesday)

Burton, Frank:
Staffordshire Cup Winner: 1892-93 (Aston Villa)

Burton, John:
English FA Cup Winner: 1886-87 (Aston Villa)

Bury, Lindsay:
English FA Cup Winner: 1878-79 (Old Etonians)

Bury, Thomas “Tom”:
Lancashire Cup Winner: 1879-80 (Darwen)

Butcher, Joe:
English FA Cup Winner: 1892-93 (Wolves)
Birmingham Senior Cup Winner: 1892-93 (Wolves)

Butler, .
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1882-83 (Bootle)

Butler, William Charles:
Career:
Civil Service (1871)
International honours:
England A (Unofficial) 1-0 (v. Scotland: February 25, 1871)

Butler, William:
Welsh FA Cup Winner: 1897-98 (Druids) 1898-99 (Druids)

Butterton, F.:
Welsh FA Cup Winner: 1900-01 (Oswestry United)

Buttery, Ted:
Wharncliffe Charity Cup Winner: 1878-79 (The Wednesday) 1881-82 (The Wednesday) 1883-84 (Lockwood Brothers)

Buttery, Tom:
Wharncliffe Charity Cup Winner: 1878-79 (The Wednesday)

Byrne, Gary:
Irish FA Cup Winner: 1905-06 (Shelbourne)

Byrne, Malachy:
Rosebery Charity Cup Winner: 1883-84 (Hibernian)

Cain, Robert “Bob”:
Championship of Great Britain Winner: 1897-98 (Sheffield United)

Calderhead, David:
English League XI 1-0: (v. Football Alliance: April 20, 1891)
English FA Cup Winner: 1893-94 (Notts County)

Caldwell, James:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1911-12 (Everton)

Callaghan, Patrick:
East of Scotland Shield Winner: 1908-09 (Hibernian)
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1901-02 (Hibernian)

Cameron, Donald S.:
Scottish Football League Winner: 1900-01 (Glasgow Rangers)

Cameron, James:
Renfrewshire Cup Winner: 1890-91 (St. Mirren)

Cameron, John:
English FA Cup Winner: 1900-01 (Tottenham Hotspur)
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1897-98 (Everton)

Cameron, Jock:
Lancashire Cup Winner: 1906-07 (Blackburn Rovers)

Campbell, Andrew:
Rosebery Charity Cup Winner: 1890-91 (Leith Athletic)

Campbell, Charles:
Born: January 20, 1854: Coupar, Scotland.
Passed away: April, 1927: Ireland.
Merits:
Scottish FA Cup Winner: 1873-74 (Queen’s Park) 1879-80 (Queen’s Park)
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1876-77 (Queens Park) 1877-78 (Queens Park) 1879-80 (Queens Park) 1883-84 (Queen’s Park) 1884-85 (Queen’s Park)

Campbell, Duncan:
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1903-04 (Glasgow Rangers)

Campbell, George:
Born: March 28, 1871: Largs, Scotland.
Passed away: April 4, 1898: Kirkcaldy, Scotland.
Career:
Renton (1888) Aston Villa (1889) Dundee (1893) Renton (1895).
Merits:
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1888-89 (Renton)

Campbell, Henry “Harry”:
Scottish FA Cup Winner: 1887-88 (Renton)
English FA Cup Winner: 1889-89 (Blackburn Rovers)
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1885-86 (Renton) 1886-87 (Renton) 1887-88 (Renton) 1888-89 (Renton)
Dumbartonshire Cup Winner: 1886-87 (Renton)

Campbell, James:
Irish FA Cup Winner: 1896-97 (Cliftonville) 1906-07 (Cliftonville)

Campbell, John “Jack”:
Irish League XI 1-0: (v. Scottish League: January 27, 1894)

Campbell, John:
Irish FA Cup Winner: 1896-97 (Cliftonville)

Campbell, John James “Johnny”:
Born: August 19, 1872: Glasgow, Scotland
Passed away:
Career:
Glasgow Benburb (1888) Possil Hawthorn (1889) Celtic (1890) Aston Villa (1895) Celtic (1897) Third Lanark (1903).
Merits:
Scottish League XI 1-0: (v. English League: April 8, 1893)
Scottish Football League Top-scorer: 1892-93 (Celtic / 11).
Scottish FA Cup Winner: 1891-92 (Celtic)
English FA Cup Winner: 1896-97 (Aston Villa)
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1891-92 (Celtic) 1892-93 (Celtic) 1893-94 (Celtic)
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1890-91 (Celtic) 1891-92 (Celtic) 1894-95 (Celtic)
Birmingham Senior Cup Winner: 1895-96 (Aston Villa)

Campbell, John Middleton:
Born: February 19, 1870: Renton, Scotland
Passed away: June 7, 1906: Sunderland, England.
Career:
Renton Union (1887) Renton (1887) Sunderland (1890) Newcastle United (1897).
Merits:
Scottish FA Cup Winner: 1887-88 (Renton)
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1887-88 (Renton) 1888-89 (Renton)

Campbell, John William:
Scottish Football League Winner: 1898-99 (Glasgow Rangers) 1898-99 (Glasgow Rangers) 1900-01 (Glasgow Rangers) 1901-02 (Glasgow Rangers)
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1900-01 (Glasgow Rangers)
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1899-00 (Glasgow Rangers)

Campbell, Kenneth:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1911-12 (Liverpool) 1912-13 (Liverpool)

Campbell, Peter:
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1878-79 (Glasgow Rangers)

Campbell, Robert “Bob”:
English FA Cup Winner: 1910-11 (Bradford City)

Campbell, Robert Gordon:
Scottish Football League First Division Winner: 1910-11 (Glasgow Rangers)
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1905-06 (Glasgow Rangers) 1906-07 (Glasgow Rangers) 1910-11 (Glasgow Rangers)
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1911-12 (Glasgow Rangers) 1912-13 (Glasgow Rangers)

Campbell, W.C.:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1887-88 (Bootle) 1888-89 (Bootle) 1890-91 (Everton)

Capes, Arthur:
English FA Cup Winner: 1897-98 (Nottingham Forest)

Carlin, John Charles:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1905-06 (Liverpool)

Carr, John “Jack”:
English FA Cup Winner: 1909-10 (Newcastle United)

Carter, Thomas Neville:
International honours:
England A (Unofficial) 1-0 (v. Scotland: November 19, 1870)

Cassidy, James “Jimmy”:
Lancashire Cup Winner: 1890-91 (Bolton Wanderers)

Cassidy, Joseph “Joe”:
Manchester Cup Winner: 1892-93 (Newton Heath)
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1894-95 (Celtic)
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1892-93 (Celtic / Newton Heath) 1893-94 (Celtic)

Cavanagh, Patrick:
Rosebery Charity Cup Winner: 1883-84 (Hibernian)

Cawley, Thomas “Tom”:
Wharncliffe Charity Cup Winner: 1881-82 (The Wednesday) 1882-83 (The Wednesday)

Chadwick, Arthur:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1891-92 (Everton) 1899-00 (Everton)

Chadwick, Edgar Wallace:
English League XI 2-0: (v. Football Alliance: April 20, 1891 𔃱g’ 1-0 (v. Scottish League: April 11, 1892)
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1889-90 (Everton) 1890-91 (Everton) 1895-96 (Everton) 1902-03 (Liverpool)
Lancashire Cup Winner: 1893-94 (Everton) 1896-97 (Everton)
West Bromwich Friendly Society’s Charity Cup Winner: 1897-98 (Everton):

Chadwick, Miles:
Lancashire Cup Winner: 1906-07 (Blackburn Rovers)

Chalk, A.:
London Senior Cup Winner: 1900-01 (Ilford)

Challinor, Samuel “Sam”:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1913-14 (Everton)

Chalmers, James:
Renfrewshire Cup Winner: 1908-09 (Port Glasgow Athletic)

Chalmers, John:
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1909-10 (Clyde)

Chalmers, Willie:
Cleveland Charity Cup Winner: 1889-90 (Middlesbrough Ironopolis) 1890-91 (Middlesbrough Ironopolis)

Chambers, Peter:
English Southern League First Division Winner: 1910-11 (Swindon Town)

Chambers, Thomas “Tom”:
Rosebery Charity Cup Winner: 1894-95 (Hearts)

Chapman, George R:
Lancashire Cup Winner: 1908-09 (Blackburn Rovers)
Scottish Football League First Division Winner: 1910-11 (Glasgow Rangers)
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1910-11 (Glasgow Rangers)
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1910-11 (Glasgow Rangers)

Chapman, Harry:
English FA Cup Winner: 1906-07 (The Wednesday)

Chappell, Frederick:
** See Frederick Brunning Maddison.

Charlton, Arthur Herbert:
Middlesex Senior Cup Winner: 1897-98 (Brentford)

Charlton, Ted:
London Challenge Cup Winner: 1909-10 (Fulham)

Chatt, Bob:
English FA Cup Winner: 1894-95 (Aston Villa)
Cleveland Charity Cup Winner: 1891-92 (Middlesbrough Ironopolis)

Chedgzoy, Samuel “Sam”:
English Football League First Division Winner: 1914-15 (Everton)
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1911-12 (Everton)

Chevalier, John B.:
English FA Cup Winner: 1878-79 (Old Etonians) 1881-82 (Old Etonians)

Christian, Edward:
English FA Cup Winner: 1878-79 (Old Etonians)

Christie, John:
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1898-99 (Queen’s Park)

Christie, Robert Main:
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1883-84 (Queen’s Park) 1884-85 (Queen’s Park)

Clare, Thomas “Tommy”:
Football Alliance XI 1-0: (v. English League: April 20, 1891)
English League XI 1-0: (v. Scottish League: April 8, 1893)

Clarke, Phil:
Rosebery Charity Cup Winner: 1884-85 (Hibernian)

Clarkin, John:
Irish FA Cup Winner: 1910-11 (Shelbourne)

Clawley, George:
English FA Cup Winner: 1900-01 (Tottenham Hotspur)
London Charity Cup Winner: 1902-03 (Tottenham Hotspur)

Cleary, John
Irish FA Cup Winner: 1905-06 (Shelbourne)

Clegg, Sir John Charles:
Wharncliffe Charity Cup Winner: 1878-79 (The Wednesday)

Clegg, W.E.:
Wharncliffe Charity Cup Winner: 1878-79 (The Wednesday)

Cleland, James:
Scottish FA Cup Winner: 1894-95 (St. Bernard’s)

Clements, John:
Manchester Cup Winner: 1892-93 (Newton Heath)

Clements, Robert:
Rosebery Charity Cup Winner: 1890-91 (Leith Athletic)

Clennell, Joseph “Joe”:
English Football League First Division Winner: 1914-15 (Everton)

Clerke, Charles:
English FA Cup Winner: 1878-79 (Old Etonians)

Clifford, ?:
Irish FA Cup Winner: 1914-15 (Linfield)

Clifford, Hugh:
Football Alliance XI 1-0: (v. English League: April 20, 1891)

Clifford, Robert “Bob”:
Lancashire Cup Winner: 1909-10 (Everton)

Cochrane, Michael “Mike”:
Born: 1875:
Passed away: April 11, 1912:
Merits:

Cochrane, O.H.:
Cleveland Charity Cup Winner: 1886-87 (Middlesbrough) 1887-88 (Middlesbrough)

Cockerell, John:
Career:
Brixton (1870).
International honours:
England A (Unofficial) 2-0 (v. Scotland: November 19, 1870 v. Scotland: February 25, 1871)

Coleman, Tim:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1907-08 (Everton)
Lancashire Cup Winner: 1909-10 (Everton)

Collins, Arthur “Pat”:
London Challenge Cup Winner: 1909-10 (Fulham)

Collins, Edward “Ted”:
English FA Cup Winner: 1907-08 (Wolves)

Collins, Harry:
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1914-15 (Clyde)

Collins, John:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1891-92 (Everton)

Collinson, J.:
Cleveland Charity Cup Winner: 1889-90 (Middlesbrough Ironopolis)

Colville, George:
Renfrewshire Cup Winner: 1908-09 (Port Glasgow Athletic)

Colvin, James:
Ayrshire Cup Winner: 1891-92 (Annbank)

Common, Alf:
English FA Cup Winner: 1901-02 (Sheffield United)

Condy, ?:
Irish FA Cup Winner: 1883-84 (Distillery) 1885-86 (Distillery)

Congreve, Galfrid Francis:
Passed away: February 10, 1882: London, England.
Career:
Ravenswood Park (1870).
International honours:
Scotland A (Unofficial) 1-0 (v. England: November 19, 1870)

Connell, W.G.:
London Charity Cup Winner: 1891-92 (Crusaders)

Connolly, Bernard:
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1912-13 (Celtic)

Conway, Bob:
Lancashire Cup Winner: 1891-92 (Bury)

Cook, Fred:
Welsh FA Cup Winner: 1914-15 (Wrexham)

Cook, J.:
Wharncliffe Charity Cup Winner: 1889-90 (Staveley)

Cook, William “Billy”:
English FA Cup Winner: 1914-15 (Sheffield United)

Cooper, Jack:
English FA Cup Winner: 1911-12 (Barnsley)

Cooper, Thomas:
Lancashire Cup Winner: 1891-92 (Bury)

Condy, John:
Born: 1861:
Passed away: September 4, 1931:
Career:
Distillery.
Merits:

Copeland, David:
English FA Cup Winner: 1900-01 (Tottenham Hotspur)
London Charity Cup Winner: 1902-03 (Tottenham Hotspur)

Copley, George:
Birmingham Senior Cup Winner: 1881-82 (Aston Villa)

Corey, Fred:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1882-83 (Bootle) 1885-86 (Everton) 1886-87 (Everton)

Corcoran, Patrick:
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1914-15 (Clyde)

Corner, J.W.:
Cleveland Charity Cup Winner: 1888-89 (Stockton)

Corrin, Thomas “Tommy”:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1903-04 (Everton)

Costley, James “Jimmy”:
English FA Cup Winner: 1882-83 (Blackburn Olympic)

Costley, Thomas “Tom”:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1886-87 (Everton)

Coulton, Frank:
English FA Cup Winner: 1886-87 (Aston Villa)

Coupar, Jimmy:
Manchester Cup Winner: 1892-93 (Newton Heath)

Coupar, Peter:
Cleveland Charity Cup Winner: 1891-92 (Middlesbrough Ironopolis)

Couper, George:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1907-08 𔃱g’ (Everton)

Cowan, James “Jimmy”:
English FA Cup Winner: 1894-95 (Aston Villa) 1896-97 (Aston Villa)
Staffordshire Cup Winner: 1892-93 (Aston Villa)
Birmingham Senior Cup Winner: 1895-96 (Aston Villa)

Cowan, John:
English FA Cup Winner: 1896-97 (Aston Villa)
Lancashire Cup Winner: 1892-93 (Preston North End)
Birmingham Senior Cup Winner: 1895-96 (Aston Villa)

Cowell, Arthur:
Lancashire Cup Winner: 1906-07 (Blackburn Rovers) 1908-09 (Blackburn Rovers)

Cox, John Thomas “Jack”:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1904-05 𔃱g’ (Liverpool) 1906-07 (Liverpool)

Cox, William:
Rosebery Charity Cup Winner: 1883-84 Hibernian) 1884-85 (Hibernian)

Coyle, Bernard:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1893-94 (Everton)

Crabtree, James William “Jimmy”:
Born: December 23, 1871: Burnley, England.
Passed away: June 18, 1908: Birmingham, England.
Position: Half-back.
Career:
Burnley Royal Swifts (1887) Burnley (1889) Rossendale (1890) Heywood Central (1891) Burnley (1892) Aston Villa (1895) Plymouth Argyle (1903).
Merits:
English FA Cup Winner: 1896-97 (Aston Villa)
Birmingham Senior Cup Winner: 1895-96 (Aston Villa)

Craig, Alexander “Alex”:
Scottish Football League First Division Winner: 1910-11 (Glasgow Rangers)
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1905-06 (Glasgow Rangers) 1906-07 (Glasgow Rangers) 1908-09 (Glasgow Rangers)

Craig, T.:
Manchester Cup Winner: 1889-90 (Newton Heath)

Crake, William Parry:
Career:
Harrow School (1870) Barnes (1870) Wanderers (1871).
International honours:
England A (Unofficial) 4-0 (v. Scotland: March 5, 1870 v. Scotland: November 19, 1870 v. Scotland: February 25, 1871 v. Scotland: November 18, 1871)
Merits:
English FA Cup Winner: 1871-72 (Wanderers)

Cranston, Thomas:
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1914-15 (Clyde)

Crawford, Alex:
Born: 1869.
Passed away:
Career:
Distillery Cliftonville.
Merits:

Crawford, David:
Scottish Football League Winner: 1898-99 (Glasgow Rangers) 1899-00 (Glasgow Rangers) 1900-01 (Glasgow Rangers) 1901-02 (Glasgow Rangers)
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1897-98: (Glasgow Rangers)

Crawford, Fitzgerald Hamilton:
Career:
Harrow Chequers (1871).
International honours:
Scotland A Unofficial 1-0 (v. England: November 18, 1871)

Crawford, Robert Erskine Wade Copeland:
Career:
Harrow School (1870) Old Harrovians (1871).
International honours:
Scotland A (Unofficial) 3-0 (v. England: March 5, 1870 𔃱g’ v. England: November 19, 1870 v. England: November 18, 1871).

Crawford, Robert:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1908-09 (Liverpool) 1909-10 (Liverpool)

Crawshaw, Thomas “Tommy”:
English FA Cup Winner: 1895-96 (The Wednesday) 1906-07 (The Wednesday)

Creighton, Alex:
Irish FA Cup Winner: 1909-10 (Distillery)

Crelley, Jack:
English FA Cup Winner: 1905-06 (Everton)
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1898-99 (Everton), 1899-00 (Everton) 1903-04 (Everton)

Crompton, Robert “Bob”:
Lancashire Cup Winner: 1901-02 (Blackburn Rovers) 1908-09 (Blackburn Rovers) 1910-11 (Blackburn Rovers)

Crone, Robert “Bob”:
Born: January 4, 1870: Belfast (County Antrim), Ireland.
Passed away: January 15, 1943: Barrow-in-Furness (Lancashire), England.
Position: Full back.
Career:
Distillery (1886) Glentoran (1889) Middlesbrough (1890) West Bromwich Albion (1891) Burton Swifts (1894) Notts County (1895) Bedminster (1897) Aberdare (April, 1901) Bristol City (August, 1901 trainer) Brentford (1902, player-trainer) West Bromwich Albion (August, 1908 trainer) Swansea City (trainer).
Merits:
Birmingham Senior Cup Winner: 1893-94 (West Bromwich) 1894-95 (West Bromwich)

Crone, William:
Born: August 31, 1863:
Passed away: November 8, 1944:
Merits:
Irish FA Cup Winner: 1883-84 (Distillery) 1884-85 (Distillery) 1885-86 (Distillery)

Cronshaw, Thomas “Tommy”:
Cleveland Charity Cup Winner: 1889-90 (Middlesbrough Ironopolis) 1890-91 (Middlesbrough Ironopolis)

Cross, John:
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1902-03 (Third Lanark) 1908-09 (Third Lanark)
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1900-01 (Third Lanark)

Cross, William:
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1900-01 (Third Lanark)

Crossan, Bernard:
Scottish FA Cup Winner: 1894-95 (St. Bernard’s)

Crowdy, F.W.:
Career:
Old Westminsters (1874)

Cullen, Joseph “Joe”:
Scottish League XI 1-0: (v. Irish League: January 27, 1894)
Scottish FA Cup Winner: 1891-92 (Celtic)
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1891-92 (Celtic) 1892-93 (Celtic)

Cunningham, ?:
Irish FA Cup Winner: 1881-82 (Queen’s Island)

Cunningham, ?
Irish FA Cup Winner: 1884-85 (Distillery)

Cunningham, John:
Lancashire Cup Winner: 1894-95 (Preston North End)
Championship of Great Britain Winner: 1897-98 (Sheffield United)

Curran, John:
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1892-93 (Celtic)

Curtis, H.:
Irish FA Cup Winner: 1907-08 (Bohemians)

Cuthbertson, Andrew:
Renfrewshire Cup Winner: 1891-92 (Abercorn)

Cuthbertson, David:
Renfrewshire Cup Winner: 1891-92 (Abercorn)

Cutling, G.:
London Senior Cup Winner: 1900-01 (Ilford)

Daft, Harry:
English League XI 2-0: (v. Football Alliance: April 20, 1891 v. Scottish League: April 11, 1892)
English FA Cup Winner: 1893-94 (Notts County)

Dagnall, A.W.:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1884-85 (Earlestown)

Dailley, Richard H.:
Middlesex Senior Cup Winner: 1897-98 (Brentford)

Dalrymple, Bob:
London Challenge Cup Winner: 1909-10 (Fulham)

Daniel, A.M.:
London Charity Cup Winner: 1891-92 (Crusaders)

Darroch, John “Jack”:
English FA Cup Winner: 1899-00 (Bury)

Davey, A.:
London Senior Cup Winner: 1900-01 (Ilford)

Davidson, David:
Scottish FA Cup Winner: 1879-80 (Queen’s Park)
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1877-78 (Queen’s Park) 1879-80 (Queen’s Park) 1880-81 (Queen’s Park)

Davidson, H.:
Manchester Cup Winner: 1890-91 (Ardwick)

Davidson, John:
Irish FA Cup Winner 1882-83 (Cliftonville)

Davidson, Robert “Bob”:
Born: 1876: Scotland.
Passed away: April 21, 1935: Brisbane, Australia.
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1898-99 (Celtic)

Davidson, Thomas “Tommy”:
English FA Cup Winner: 1899-00 (Bury)

Davidson, William:
Ayrshire Cup Winner: 1891-92 (Annbank)

Davie, James:
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1892-93 (Glasgow Rangers)

Davies, Caradog:
Welsh FA Cup Winner: 1914-15 (Wrexham)

Davies, George:
Welsh FA Cup Winner: 1914-15 (Wrexham)

Davies, James “Jim”:
Welsh FA Cup Winner: 1897-98 (Druids) 1898-99 (Druids)

Davies, John:
Manchester Cup Winner: 1892-93 (Newton Heath)

Davies, John:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1901-02 (Liverpool)

Davies, Joseph “Joe”:
Manchester Cup Winner: 1889-90 (Newton Heath) 1890-91 (Ardwick) 1891-92 (Ardwick)

Davies, Llewelyn:
Welsh FA Cup Winner: 1914-15 (Wrexham)

Davies, Richmond:
English FA Cup Winner: 1886-87 (Aston Villa)

Davies, T.C.:
Welsh FA Cup Winner: 1896-97 (Wrexham)

Davies, Thomas “Tommy”:
Welsh FA Cup Winner: 1897-98 (Druids) 1898-99 (Druids)

Davies, William “Bill” or “Tinker”:
Lancashire Cup Winner: 1908-09 (Blackburn Rovers) 1910-11 (Blackburn Rovers)

Davis, Elisha “Eli”:
Birmingham Senior Cup Winner: 1879-80 (Aston Villa) 1881-82 (Aston Villa) 1882-83 (Aston Villa)

Davis, Harry:
Football Alliance XI 1-0: (v. English League: April 20, 1891 𔃱g’)
English FA Cup Winner: 1895-96 (The Wednesday)

Davson, C.F.:
Career:
Old Westminsters (1874)

Dawkings, J.:
Cleveland Charity Cup Winner: 1886-87 (Middlesbrough) 1887-88 (Middlesbrough)

Dawson, Frederick Henry Herbert “Fred”:
English FA Cup Winner: 1886-87 (Aston Villa)
Birmingham Senior Cup Winner: 1882-83 (Aston Villa)

Dawson, Percy:
East of Scotland Shield Winner: 1910-11 (Hearts)

Dawson, William “Billy”:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1899-00 (Everton)

de Courtenay Welch, Reginald:
Born: October 17, 1851.
Passed away: June 4, 1939.
Position: Full back and goalkeeper.
Career:
Harrow Chequers Remnants Wanderers (1869 to 1878) Middlesex Old Harrovians.
Merits:
English FA Cup Winner: 1872-73 (Wanderers)

de Paravicini, Percy John:
English FA Cup Winner: 1881-82 (Old Etonians)

Deakin, F.:
Cleveland Charity Cup Winner: 1888-89 (Stockton)

Deans, J.E.:
Wharncliffe Charity Cup Winner: 1879-80 (Heeley)

Deighton, Alex:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1896-97 (Rock Ferry)

Dennis, F.:
Cleveland Charity Cup Winner: 1887-88 (Middlesbrough)

Denton, Charles Ashpitel:
Born: October, 1852.
Passed away: 1932.
Position: Forward.
Career:
Oxford University Casuals Wanderers (1872 to 1880).
Merits:
English FA Cup Winner: 1876-77 (Wanderers) 1877-78 (Wanderers)

Devaney, George:
Welsh FA Cup Winner: 1914-15 (Wrexham)

Devey, John “Jack”:
Football Alliance XI 1-0: (v. English League: April 20, 1891)
English FA Cup Winner: 1894-95 (Aston Villa) 1896-97 (Aston Villa)
Staffordshire Cup Winner: 1892-93 (Aston Villa)
Birmingham Senior Cup Winner: 1895-96 (Aston Villa)

Devine, Archie:
English FA Cup Winner: 1910-11 (Bradford City)

Devlin, Luke:
Irish FA Cup Winner: 1910-11 (Shelbourne)

Devonshire, William:
English Football League Second Division Winner: 1914-15 (Derby County)

Dewar, George:
English FA Cup Winner: 1889-90 (Blackburn Rovers) 1890-91 (Blackburn Rovers)
English League XI 1-0: (v. Football Alliance: April 20, 1891)

Dewhurst, Frederick “Fred”:
English FA Cup Winner: 1888-89 (Preston North End)
Lancashire Cup Winner: 1886-87 𔃲g’ (Preston North End)

Dewhurst, John “Jack”:
Lancashire Cup Winner: 1901-02 (Blackburn Rovers)

Dewhurst, Thomas:
English FA Cup Winner: 1882-83 (Blackburn Olympic)

Dick, Alexander “Alec”:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1886-87 (Everton)

Dickie, Matthew:
Scottish Football League Winner: 1898-99 (Glasgow Rangers) 1899-00 (Glasgow Rangers) 1900-01 (Glasgow Rangers) 1901-02 (Glasgow Rangers)
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1896-97 (Glasgow Rangers) 1897-98: (Glasgow Rangers) 1899-00 (Glasgow Rangers) 1900-01 (Glasgow Rangers)
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1896-97 (Glasgow Rangers) 1899-00 (Glasgow Rangers)

Dickson, Charles:
Cleveland Charity Cup Winner: 1889-90 (Middlesbrough Ironopolis)

Dickson, John:
Scottish FA Cup Winner: 1873-74 (Queens Park)
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1876-77 (Queens Park)

Dickson, John Allan:
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1908-09 (Third Lanark)

Dill, Alexander “Alex”:
Irish FA Cup Winner 1882-83 (Cliftonville)

Dillon, Barney:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1909-10 (Liverpool)

Divers, John:
Born: January 19, 1874: Calton Entry (Glasgow), Scotland.
Passed away: March 13, 1942.
Merits:
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1894-95 (Celtic)
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1893-94 (Celtic) 1894-95 (Celtic) 1898-99 (Celtic)
West Bromwich Friendly Society’s Charity Cup Winner: 1897-98 (Everton):

Dobson, George:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1885-86 (Everton) 1886-87 (Everton)

Dodds, James:
Rosebery Charity Cup Winner: 1898-99 (Leith Athletic)

Dodds, Joseph “Joe”:
Scottish FA Cup Winner: 1913-14 (Celtic)
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1911-12 (Celtic) 1912-13 (Celtic) 1913-14 (Celtic) 1914-15 (Celtic)

Dodds, William “Billy”:
Lancashire Cup Winner: 1907-08 (Oldham Athletic)

Doherty, Jim
Irish FA Cup Winner: 1905-06 (Shelbourne) 1910-11 (Shelbourne)

Doig, John Edward “Ned”:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1904-05 (Liverpool)

Donaghy, Charles:
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1903-04 (Glasgow Rangers)

Donald, William “Willie”:
Ayrshire Cup Winner: 1891-92 (Annbank)

Donaldson, Bobby:
Manchester Cup Winner: 1892-93 (Newton Heath)

Donnachie, Joe:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1907-08 (Everton)

Donnelly, Leonard Aloysius:
Irish FA Cup Winner: 1909-10 (Distillery)

Donnelly, Sam:
English FA Cup Winner: 1893-94 (Notts County)

Donnelly, William Walter “Willie”:
Rosebery Charity Cup Winner: 1893-94 (Hibernian)

Dougal, George:
Rosebery Charity Cup Winner: 1896-97 (Hibernian)

Douglas, James “Jimmy”:
English FA Cup Winner: 1883-84 (Blackburn Rovers) 1884-85 (Blackburn Rovers) 1885-86 (Blackburn Rovers)
Lancashire Cup Winner: 1881-82 (Blackburn Rovers)

Douglas, John:
Renfrewshire Cup Winner: 1890-91 (St. Mirren)

Douglas, William:
Manchester Cup Winner: 1890-91 (Ardwick) 1891-92 (Ardwick)

Doughty, Jack:
Manchester Cup Winner: 1889-90 (Newton Heath)

Doughty, Robert:
Manchester Cup Winner: 1889-90 (Newton Heath)

Dowd, ?:
Irish FA Cup Winner: 1880-81 (Moyola Park)

Dowds, Peter:
Scottish FA Cup Winner: 1891-92 (Celtic)
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1890-91 𔃱g’ (Celtic) 1891-92 (Celtic)
Staffordshire Cup Winner: 1892-93 (Aston Villa)
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1892-93 (Celtic / Aston Villa)

Downie, Robert:
Scottish FA Cup Winner: 1888-89 (Third Lanark)
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1889-90 (Third Lanark)

Downs, Dickie:
English FA Cup Winner: 1911-12 (Barnsley)

Doyle, Daniel “Dan”:
Scottish League XI 2-0 (v. English League: April 11, 1892 v. English League: April 8, 1893)
Scottish FA Cup Winner: 1891-92 (Celtic)
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1891-92 (Celtic) 1892-93 (Celtic) 1893-94 (Celtic) 1894-95 (Celtic) 1895-96 (Celtic)
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1891-92 (Celtic) 1894-95 (Celtic) 1895-96 (Celtic)
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1889-90 (Everton) 1890-91 (Everton)

Drinnan, James:
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1878-79 (Glasgow Rangers)

Drummond, ?:
Irish FA Cup Winner: 1881-82 (Queen’s Island)

Drummond, George “Geordie”:
English FA Cup Winner: 1888-89 (Preston North End)
Lancashire Cup Winner: 1886-87 (Preston North End) 1892-93 (Preston North End)

Drummond, John “Jock”:
Scottish Football League Winner: 1898-99 (Glasgow Rangers) 1899-00 (Glasgow Rangers) 1900-01 (Glasgow Rangers) 1901-02 (Glasgow Rangers)
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1892-93 (Glasgow Rangers) 1893-94 (Glasgow Rangers) 1896-97 (Glasgow Rangers) 1897-98 (Glasgow Rangers) 1899-00 (Glasgow Rangers) 1900-01 (Glasgow Rangers)
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1896-97 (Glasgow Rangers) 1899-00 (Glasgow Rangers)

Duckworth, John “Johnny”:
Lancashire Cup Winner: 1881-82 (Blackburn Rovers)

Duckworth, Richard “Dick”:
English FA Cup Winner: 1908-09 (Manchester United)

Duff, Andrew:
Renfrewshire Cup Winner: 1891-92 (Abercorn)

Duff, Thomas “Tom”:
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1891-92 (Celtic)

Duffy, Charles:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1914-15 (Liverpool)

Duguid, William:
East of Scotland Shield Winner: 1908-09 (Hibernian)

Dunbar, Michael “Mick”:
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1890-91 (Celtic)

Dunbar, Thomas “Tom”:
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1894-95 (Celtic)
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1892-93 (Celtic)

Duncan, Charles:
Birmingham Senior Cup Winner: 1914-15 (Birmingham)

Dunlop, James:
Renfrewshire Cup Winner: 1890-91 (St. Mirren)

Dunlop, William Thedor Peden “Billy”:
Ayrshire Cup Winner: 1891-92 (Annbank)
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1902-03 (Liverpool) 1904-05 (Liverpool) 1905-06 (Liverpool) 1906-07 (Liverpool) 1909-10 (Liverpool)

Dunlop, William:
Scottish Football League Winner: 1899-00 (Glasgow Rangers)

Dunlop, Walter:
Ayrshire Cup Winner: 1891-92 (Annbank)

Dunn, Arthur Tempest Blakiston:
English FA Cup Winner: 1881-82 (Old Etonians)

Dunn, Hugh:
Lancashire Cup Winner: 1894-95 (Preston North End)

Dunn, James:
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1887-88 (Cambuslang)

Dunne, Jack:
Irish FA Cup Winner: 1910-11 (Shelbourne)

Dunning, Willie:
Staffordshire Cup Winner: 1892-93 (Aston Villa)

Duxbury, James:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1884-85 (Earlestown)

Duxbury, John “Jack”:
Lancashire Cup Winner: 1879-80 (Darwen)

Dyoss, E.:
Birmingham Senior Cup Winner: 1880-81 (Walsall Swifts)

Eadie, William “Bill”:
English Football League Second Division Winner: 1914-15 (Derby County)

Earp, John “Jack”:
English FA Cup Winner: 1895-96 (The Wednesday)

Eastham, William:
Lancashire Cup Winner: 1880-81 (Accrington)

Edge, Alf:
Football Alliance XI 1-0: (v. English League: April 20, 1891)

Edge, Robert “Bob”:
Birmingham Senior Cup Winner: 1893-94 (Wolves)

Edmonds, George:
English Southern League First Division Winner: 1914-15 (Watford)

Edney, Herbert G.:
Middlesex Senior Cup Winner: 1897-98 (Brentford)

Edwards, Dan Michael:
Welsh FA Cup Winner: 1899-00 (Aberystwyth Town)

Edwards, Ernie:
Birmingham Senior Cup Winner: 1914-15 (Birmingham)

Edwards, James:
Welsh FA Cup Winner: 1900-01 (Oswestry United)

Edwards, John Hawley:
English FA Cup Winner: 1875-76 (Wanderers)

Edwards, John “Jack”:
Welsh FA Cup Winner: 1899-00 (Aberystwyth Town)

Evans, John “Johnny”:
Welsh FA Cup Winner: 1899-00 (Aberystwyth Town)

Edwards, W.:
Welsh FA Cup Winner: 1897-98 (Druids)

Elliott, C.:
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1882-83 (Queen’s Park)

Elliott, Edward Hey McKenzie:
Career:
Harrow Chequers (1871).
International honours:
Scotland A Unofficial 1-0 (v. England: November 18, 1871)

Elliott, James A.:
Cleveland Charity Cup Winner: 1889-90 (Middlesbrough Ironopolis) 1890-91 (Middlesbrough Ironopolis) 1891-92 (Middlesbrough Ironopolis)

Elliott, John “Jack”:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1893-94 (Everton) 1894-95 (Everton) 1895-96 (Everton)

Ellis, A.E.:
Welsh FA Cup Winner: 1896-97 (Wrexham)

Ellis, Albert:
Birmingham Senior Cup Winner: 1913-14 (Stoke)

Ellis, Alexander “Alex”:
Rosebery Charity Cup Winner: 1888-89 (Mossend Swifts)

Ellis, E.D.:
London Senior Cup Winner: 1882-83 (Upton Park)

Ellis, James:
Rosebery Charity Cup Winner: 1888-89 (Mossend Swifts)

Ellison, J.:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1884-85 (Earlestown)

English, John “Jack”:
English FA Cup Winner: 1914-15 (Sheffield United)

Erentz, Fred:
Manchester Cup Winner: 1892-93 (Newton Heath)

Erentz, Henry “Harry”:
English FA Cup Winner: 1900-01 (Tottenham Hotspur)
London Charity Cup Winner: 1902-03 (Tottenham Hotspur)

Evans, Albert:
English FA Cup Winner: 1896-97 (Aston Villa)

Evans, C.:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1882-83 (Bootle)

Evans, Charles:
Welsh FA Cup Winner: 1899-00 (Aberystwyth Town)

Evans, Robert Ernest:
English FA Cup Winner: 1914-15 (Sheffield United)

Evans, Robert Owen “Bob”:
Lancashire Cup Winner: 1906-07 (Blackburn Rovers)

Evans, Walter:
Staffordshire Cup Winner: 1892-93 (Aston Villa)

Fairbarn, Jock:
Scottish League XI 1-0: (v. Irish League: April 29, 1893)
Rosebery Charity Cup Winner: 1891-92 (Hearts) 1892-93 (Hearts) 1894-95 (Hearts) 1895-96 (Hearts) 1897-98 (Hearts)

Fairfoull, Thomas:
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1908-09 (Third Lanark)

Farman, Alf:
Manchester Cup Winner: 1889-90 (Newton Heath) 1892-93 (Newton Heath)

Farmer, George:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1885-86 (Everton) 1886-87 (Everton)

Farr, Robert:
East of Scotland Shield Winner: 1910-11 (Hearts)

Farrell, ?:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1896-97 (Rock Ferry)

Farrell, Peter:
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1914-15 (Clyde)

Fay, James “Jimmy”:
Lancashire Cup Winner: 1907-08 (Oldham Athletic)

Fayer, T.:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1885-86 (Everton)

Fazackerley, Stanley:
English FA Cup Winner: 1914-15 (Sheffield United)

Fecitt, Howard:
English FA Cup Winner: 1884-85 (Blackburn Rovers) 1885-86 (Blackburn Rovers)

Fenn, T.:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1887-88 (Bootle)

Ferguson, Daniel:
East of Scotland Shield Winner: 1908-09 (Hibernian)

Ferguson, Harold Stewart:
Career:
Royal Military Academy Woolwich (1871).
International honours:
Scotland A Unofficial 1-0 (v. England: November 18, 1871)

Ferguson, James:
Rosebery Charity Cup Winner: 1882-83 (Hearts)

Ferguson, James:
Lancashire Cup Winner: 1908-09 (Blackburn Rovers)

Ferguson, John “Johnny”:
Lancashire Cup Winner: 1886-87 (Preston North End)

Ferguson, John:
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1894-95 (Celtic) 1895-96 (Celtic)

Ferguson, Robert “Bob”:
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1908-09 (Third Lanark)
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1912-13 (Liverpool)

Ferguson, White:
Irish FA Cup Winner: 1904-05 (Distillery)

Ferguson, William “Willie”:
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1895-96 (Celtic)

Fern, Thomas “Tommy”:
English Football League First Division Winner: 1914-15 (Everton)

Field, Charles W. “Oakey”:
Middlesex Senior Cup Winner: 1897-98 (Brentford)

Field, Edgar:
English FA Cup Winner: 1879-80 (Clapham Rovers)

Findlay, Robert:
Renfrewshire Cup Winner: 1908-09 (Port Glasgow Athletic)

Findlay, Thomas “Tom”:
Renfrewshire Cup Winner: 1908-09 (Port Glasgow Athletic)

Finlay, W.:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1885-86 (Everton)

Fish, Samuel “Sam”:
Lancashire Cup Winner: 1879-80 (Darwen)

Fitzsimmons, Daniel “Dad”:
Ayrshire Cup Winner: 1891-92 (Annbank)

Fitzsimmons, Thomas:
Ayrshire Cup Winner: 1891-92 (Annbank)
Manchester Cup Winner: 1892-93 (Newton Heath)

Flanagan, R.:
Irish FA Cup Winner: 1909-10 (Distillery)

Fleetwood, Thomas “Tom”:
English Football League First Division Winner: 1914-15 (Everton)
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1911-12 (Everton) 1913-14 (Everton)

Fleming, George:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1885-86 (Everton) 1886-87 (Everton)

Fleming, George:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1904-05 (Liverpool)

Fleming, Harold:
English Southern League First Division Winner: 1910-11 (Swindon Town) 1913-14 (Swindon Town)

Fleming, John:
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1914-15 (Clyde)

Flynn, James:
Rosebery Charity Cup Winner: 1883-84 (Hibernian)

Foley, Charles W.:
English FA Cup Winner: 1881-82 (Old Etonians)

Forbes, George:
Born: 1869.
Passed away:
Career:
Limavady Distillery.
Merits:

Forbes, John:
Born: January 13, 1862: Bonhill, Scotland.
Passed away: January 31, 1928: Blackburn (Lancashire), England.
Position: Full back.
Career:
Star of Leven (1878) Vale of Leven (1879) Blackburn Rovers (1888).
Merits:
English FA Cup Winner: 1889-90 (Blackburn Rovers) 1890-91 (Blackburn Rovers)
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1881-82 (Vale of Leven)

Fordham, Norman Mills:
Born: December 5, 1890: Willisborough (Kent), England.
Passed away: 1929: Tonbridge.
Position: Centre-forward.
Career:
South Ashford Invicta (1907) Hernie Bay (1908) Ashford Railway Works (1909) Ramsgate (1910) Croydon Common (1911) Margate (1911) Ashton Railway Works (1912) Derby County (1913) Ashton Railway Works (1921).
Merits:
English Football League Second Division Winner: 1914-15 (Derby County)

Foreman, Thomas:
Irish FA Cup Winner: 1896-97 (Cliftonville)

Forman, Frank:
English FA Cup Winner: 1897-98 (Nottingham Forest)

Forrest, Jimmy:
English FA Cup Winner: 1883-84 (Blackburn Rovers) 1883-84 (Blackburn Rovers) 1885-86 (Blackburn Rovers) 1889-90 (Blackburn Rovers) 1890-91 (Blackburn Rovers)

Forrester, Alexander “Alex”:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1900-01 (Liverpool)

Foulke, William “Bill”:
English FA Cup Winner: 1898-99 (Sheffield United) 1901-02 (Sheffield United)
Championship of Great Britain Winner: 1897-98 (Sheffield United)

Fox, C.:
Career:
Old Westminsters (1874)

Fox, C.J.:
London Senior Cup Winner: 1889-90 (Old Westminsters)

Fox, W.:
Cleveland Charity Cup Winner: 1886-87 (Middlesbrough)

Foy, ?:
Irish FA Cup Winner: 1914-15 (Linfield)

Foyer, Robert:
Scottish FA Cup Winner: 1894-95 (St. Bernard’s)

Fraser, Alex:
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1903-04 (Glasgow Rangers)

Fraser, James:
Rosebery Charity Cup Winner: 1882-83 (Hearts)

Fraser, Malcolm John Eadie:
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1879-80 (Queen’s Park) 1880-81 (Queen’s Park) 1882-83 (Queen’s Park)

Fraser, Robert:
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1888-89 (Queen’s Park)

Fraser, T.:
East of Scotland Shield Winner: 1875-76 (Third Edinburgh Rifle Volunteers)

Freeman, Bert:
English FA Cup Winner: 1913-14 (Burnley)
Lancashire Cup Winner: 1909-10 (Everton)

Freeman, Job:
Welsh FA Cup Winner: 1907-08 (Chester)

Freeth, Sir Evelyn:
Career:
Civil Service (1870).
International honours:
England A (Unofficial) 1-0 (v. Scotland: March 5, 1870)

French, T.:
Lancashire Cup Winner: 1880-81 (Accrington)

French, Thomas H.:
English FA Cup Winner: 1881-82 (Old Etonians)

Frield, Dan.:
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1881-82 (Vale of Leven)

Frost, Samuel “Sammy”:
English FA Cup Winner: 1903-04 (Manchester City)

Gair, Johnny:
Rosebery Charity Cup Winner: 1882-83 (Hearts)

Galbraith, James:
Scottish Football League Winner: 1890-91 (Dumbarton)

Galbraith, William:
Born: 1870.
Passed away:
Career:
Distillery.
Merits:

Gallacher, Patrick “Patsy”:
Scottish FA Cup Winner: 1913-14 (Celtic)
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1911-12 (Celtic) 1912-13 (Celtic) 1913-14 (Celtic) 1914-15 (Celtic)

Gallagher, Patrick:
Scottish FA Cup Winner: 1891-92 (Celtic)
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1891-92 (Celtic)
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1890-91 (Celtic)

Galsden, Bert:
English Southern League Second Division Winner: 1914-15 (Stoke)

Galt, James Hill “Jimmy”:
Born: August 11, 1885: Saltcoats, Scotland.
Passed away: November 18, 1935.
Position: Centre half-back.
Career:
Stevenston (1903) Ardrossan Winton Rovers (1904) Ardeer Thistle (1905) Glasgow Rangers (1906) Everton (1914) Partick Thistle (1916) Third Lanark (1919) Alloa Athletic (1919).
Merits:
Scottish Football League First Division Winner: 1910-11 (Glasgow Rangers)
English Football League First Division Winner: 1914-15 (Everton)
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1906-07 (Glasgow Rangers) 1908-09 (Glasgow Rangers) 1910-11 (Glasgow Rangers)
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1910-11 (Glasgow Rangers) 1911-12 (Glasgow Rangers)

Garbutt, Billy:
Lancashire Cup Winner: 1908-09 (Blackburn Rovers) 1910-11 (Blackburn Rovers)

Gardener, Alex:
Rosebery Charity Cup Winner: 1898-99 (Leith Athletic)

Gardiner, Harry:
English League XI 1-0 (v. Scottish League: April 11, 1892)
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1888-89 (Renton)
Lancashire Cup Winner: 1890-91 (Bolton Wanderers)

Gardner, David:
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1897-98 (Third Lanark)

Gardner, Edward:
Birmingham Senior Cup Winner: 1914-15 (Birmingham)

Garland, J.:
Cleveland Charity Cup Winner: 1887-88 (Middlesbrough)

Garraty, Billy:
English FA Cup Winner: 1904-05 (Aston Villa)

Gaudie, Ralph:
Championship of Great Britain Winner: 1897-98 (Sheffield United)

Gaukrodger, George:
Passed away: January, 1938: Bradford (Yorkshire), England.
Position: Centre-forward.
Career:
Linfield.

Gay, L.H.:
London Charity Cup Winner: 1891-92 (Crusaders)

Geary, Frederick “Fred”:
English League XI 1-1: (v. Scottish League: April 8, 1893 𔃱g’)
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1891-92 (Everton)
Lancashire Cup Winner: 1893-94 (Everton)

Geddes, Alfred “Jasper”:
Born: April, 1871: West Bromwich, England.
Passed away: October 4, 1927: Bristol, England.
Positon: Outside left.
Career:
Causeway Green Villa (1890) West Bromwich (1891) Clapham Rovers (1894) Millwall Athletic (1894) Bedminster (1899) Bristol City (1900) Bristol Rovers (1901).
Merits:
English FA Cup Winner: 1891-92 (West Bromwich)
Birmingham Senior Cup Winner: 1893-94 (West Bromwich)

Gee, Ellis:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1897-98 (Everton) 1898-99 (Everton) 1899-00 (Everton)

George, Billy:
English FA Cup Winner: 1904-05 (Aston Villa)

Gibbons, Thomas:
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1897-98 (Third Lanark)

Gibson, Adam:
Scottish Football League First Division Winner: 1910-11 (Glasgow Rangers)

Gibson, Andrew:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1886-87 (Everton)

Gibson, Neil “Neilly”:
Scottish Football League Winner: 1898-99 (Glasgow Rangers) 1899-00 (Glsgow Rangers) 1900-01 (Glasgow Rangers) 1901-02 (Glasgow Rangers)
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1896-97 (Glasgow Rangers) 1897-98: (Glasgow Rangers) 1899-00 (Glasgow Rangers) 1900-01 (Glasgow Rangers)
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1896-97 (Glasgow Rangers) 1899-00 (Glasgow Rangers)

Gibson, Thomas:
English FA Cup Winner: 1882-83 (Blackburn Olympic)

Gibson, William:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1883-84 (Everton) 1885-86 (Everton)

Gibson, William Kennedy
Born: October 1, 1876:
Passed away: December 9, 1949: Belfast, Ireland.
Position: Right full-back.
Career:
Cliftonville (1893).
Merits:
Irish FA Cup Winner: 1896-97 (Cliftonville)

Gilchrist, Tom:
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1908-09 (Glasgow Rangers)

Gildea, Henry:
East of Scotland Shield Winner: 1908-09 (Hibernian)

Gildea, Willie:
English FA Cup Winner: 1910-11 (Bradford City)

Giles, Charles “Charlie”:
Born:
Passed away: 1955.
Position Left back.
Career:
Holt Wiltshire Regiment Swindon Town.
Merits:
English Southern League First Division Winner: 1913-14 (Swindon Town)

Gilhooley, Patrick:
Born: July 6, 1876: Draffan (Lanarkshire), Scotland.
Passed away: February 20, 1907.
Merits:
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1898-99 (Celtic)
London Charity Cup Winner: 1902-03 (Tottenham Hotspur)

Gill, P.:
London Senior Cup Winner: 1900-01 (Ilford)

Gillespie, George:
Born: June 22, 1859: St. Ninians, Scotland.
Passed away: February 3, 1900: Glasgow, Scotland.
Merits:
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1878-79 (Glasgow Rangers) 1883-84 (Queen’s Park) 1884-85 (Queen’s Park) 1890-91 (Queen’s Park)
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1888-89 (Queen’s Park) 1889-90 (Queen’s Park)

Gillespie, John:
Scottish FA Cup Winner: 1892-93 (Queens Park) 1898-99 (Queens Park)

Gillespie, William “Billy”:
English FA Cup Winner: 1903-04 (Manchester City)

Gillett, Charles W.:
Middlesex Senior Cup Winner: 1897-98 (Brentford)

Gillett, Leonard:
English FA Cup Winner: 1880-81 (Old Carthusians)

Gilligan, John:
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1914-15 (Clyde)
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1909-10 (Clyde)

Gilmour, J.:
Irish FA Cup Winner: 1881-82 (Queen’s Island)

Gilmour, W.:
Irish FA Cup Winner: 1881-82 (Queen’s Island)

Gladstone, William Henry M.P.:
Career:
Old Etonians (1870).
International honours:
Scotland A (Unofficial) 2-0 (v. England: March 5, 1870 v. England: February 25, 1871).

Gledhill, Dr James:
Lancashire Cup Winner: 1879-80 (Darwen)

Glendenning, Robert:
English FA Cup Winner: 1911-12 (Barnsley)

Glover, John:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1900-01 (Liverpool) 1901-02 (Liverpool) 1902-03 (Liverpool)

Goddard, Arthur:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1902-03 (Liverpool) 1904-05 (Liverpool) 1905-06 (Liverpool) 1906-07 (Liverpool) 1908-09 (Liverpool) 1911-12 (Liverpool) 1912-13 (Liverpool)

Goldie, Hugh:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1895-96 (Everton)

Goldie, William “Bill”:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1902-03 (Liverpool)

Goodall, John:
English FA Cup Winner: 1888-89 (Preston North End)
English League XI 2-0: (v. Football Alliance: April 20, 1891 v. Scottish League: April 11, 1892)

Goode, Bertram:
Welsh FA Cup Winner: 1907-08 (Chester) 1914-15 (Wrexham)
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1909-10 (Liverpool)

Goodfellow, George:
East of Scotland Shield Winner: 1890-91 (Hearts)

Goodhart, Harry Chester:
English FA Cup Winner: 1878-79 (Old Etonians) 1881-82 (Old Etonians)

Goodrich, Harry:
Welsh FA Cup Winner: 1900-01 (Oswestry United)

Goodwin, John L.:
Scottish Football League First Division Winner: 1910-11 (Glasgow Rangers)
Glasgow Cup Final Winner: 1911-12 (Glasgow Rangers)
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1910-11 (Glasgow Rangers)

Gordon, Don:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1899-00 (Everton)

Gordon, George Croughly:
Career:
No Names (1870).
International honours:
Scotland A (Unofficial) 1-0 (v. England: March 5, 1870).

Gordon, James E. “Jimmy”:
Scottish Football League First Division Winner: 1910-11 (Glasgow Rangers)
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1906-07 (Glasgow Rangers) 1908-09 (Glasgow Rangers) 1910-11 (Glasgow Rangers)
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1910-11 (Glasgow Rangers) 1911-12 (Glasgow Rangers) 1912-13 (Glasgow Rangers)

Gordon, John “Jack”:
English FA Cup Winner: 1888-89 (Preston North End)
Lancashire Cup Winner: 1886-87 (Preston North End) 1892-93 (Preston North End)

Gordon, Patrick:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1891-92 (Everton)

Gordon, Robert:
Cleveland Charity Cup Winner: 1891-92 (Middlesbrough Ironopolis)

Gordon, T.:
Welsh FA Cup Winner: 1907-08 (Chester)

Gordon, Thomas “Tom”
Irish League XI 1-0: (v. Scottish League: April 29, 1893)

Gorman, James:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1905-06 𔃱g’ (Liverpool)

Goudie, David W.:
Scottish Football League Winner: 1901-02 (Glasgow Rangers)

Gough, Harold:
English FA Cup Winner: 1914-15 (Sheffield United)

Gouk, ?:
Irish FA Cup Winner: 1881-82 (Queen’s Island)

Gourlay, Hugh:
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1887-88 ‘1g’ (Cambuslang)

Gourlay, James:
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1887-88 (Cambuslang)
Ayrshire Cup Winner: 1891-92 (Annbank)

Gourlay, James:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1909-10 (Everton) 1911-12 (Everton)

Gourlay, John:
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1887-88 (Cambuslang)

Gow, Donald:
English League XI 1-0 (v. Scottish League: April 11, 1892)
Scottish Football League Winner: 1890-91 (Glasgow Rangers)
Rosebery Charity Cup Winner: 1888-89 (Mossend Swifts)

Gow, John James:
Born: October 4, 1859: Tradeston, Scotland.
Passed away:
Merits:
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1880-81 (Queen’s Park) 1882-83 (Queen’s Park) 1883-84 (Queen’s Park) 1884-85 (Queen’s Park)

Gracie, Thomas “Tom”:
Scottish Football League First Division Top-scorer: 1914-15 (Hearts / 29)
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1910-11 (Everton) 1911-12 (Liverpool) 1912-13 (Liverpool)

Graham, James:
Scottish Football League Winner: 1899-00 (Glasgow Rangers) 1900-01 (Glasgow Rangers) 1901-02 (Glasgow Rangers)
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1899-00 (Glasgow Rangers)

Graham, John:
Scottish FA Cup Winner: 1879-80 (Queen’s Park)

Graham, John:
English FA Cup Winner: 1888-89 (Preston North End)
Lancashire Cup Winner: 1886-87 (Preston North End)

Graham, Robert:
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1902-03 (Third Lanark)

Grainger, F.:
Welsh FA Cup Winner: 1907-08 (Chester)

Grant, Alexander “Alex”:
Scottish FA Cup Winner: 1884-85 (Renton)

Grant, J.:
Cleveland Charity Cup Winner: 1886-87 (Middlesbrough) 1887-88 (Middlesbrough)

Gray, Archibald “Archie”:
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1901-02 (Hibernian)

Gray, Douglas:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1914-15 (Liverpool)

Gray, John:
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1893-94 (Glasgow Rangers)

Gray, Josiah:
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1905-06 (Glasgow Rangers)

Gray, Robert:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1899-00 (Everton)

Gray, Woodville:
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner: 1882-83 (Queen’s Park)

Grayson, J.E.:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1882-83 (Bootle)

Green, ?:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1899-00 (Everton)

Green, Albert:
English Southern League First Division Winner: 1914-15 (Watford)

Green, Arthur:
Welsh FA Cup Winner: 1899-00 (Aberystwyth Town)

Green, Frederick Thomas:
English FA Cup Winner: 1873-74 (Oxford University) 1876-77 (Wanderers) 1877-78 (Wanderers)

Green, Harry:
English FA Cup Winner: 1887-88 (West Bromwich)

Green, J.:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1884-85 (Earlestown)

Green, R.:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1884-85 (Earlestown)

Green, Tommy:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1901-02 (Liverpool)

Greenwood, Dr Haydock:
Lancashire Cup Winner: 1881-82 (Blackburn Rovers)

Greig, William Dallas Ochterlony:
English FA Cup Winner: 1875-76 (Wanderers)

Gregory, Fred:
English Southern League First Division Winner: 1914-15 (Watford)

Gregory, Robert “Bob”:
Wharncliffe Charity Cup Winner: 1881-82 (The Wednesday) 1882-83 (The Wednesday)

Gregory, Val:
English Southern League First Division Winner: 1914-15 (Watford)

Grenyer, Alan:
English Football League First Division Winner: 1914-15 (Everton)
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1911-12 (Everton) 1913-14 (Everton)

Grier, Billy:
Lancashire Cup Winner: 1892-93 (Preston North End)

Grierson, ?:
Liverpool Senior Cup Winner: 1896-97 (Rock Ferry)

Grieve, John “Jock”:
Irish FA Cup Winner: 1904-05 (Distillery)

Griffin, Arthur:
English FA Cup Winner: 1892-93 (Wolves)
Birmingham Senior Cup Winner: 1892-93 (Wolves) 1893-94 (Wolves)

Griffiths, Hill:
Birmingham Senior Cup Winner: 1892-93 (Wolves) 1893-94 (Wolves)

Grimes, Billy:
English Football League Second Division Winner: 1914-15 (Derby County)

Grimsdell, Ernie:
English Southern League First Division Winner: 1914-15 (Watford)

Groves, William “Willie”
English League XI 1-0 (v. Scottish League: April 11, 1892)
English FA Cup Winner: 1891-92 (West Bromwich)

Gulliland, William:
Scottish FA Cup Winner: 1892-93 (Queen’s Park)
Glasgow Cup Winner: 1889-90 (Queen’s Park)
Glasgow Charity Cup Winner 1890-91 (Queen’s Park)


Joseph Cassidy Bolton Wanderers - History

BIOGRAPHIES Cadogan to Clarke

Maj Sir Edward Cecil George Cadogan(1880-1962) Born 15 November 1880 Chelsea, London Died 13 September 1962 Marylebone, London Balliol College Oxford

MP Bolton 1940-1945 (Conservative) Deputy Chairman GWR. MP for Reading 1922-23. MP for Finchley 1924-35. Knighted 1939. Major during First World War. Held rank of Pilot Officer in RAF during Second World War.

Anthony Caldwell (1958-) English professional footballer Born 21 March 1958 Salford England. He played in the Football League as a forward. Bolton Wanderers scored 58 goals in 139 appearances for Bolton Wanderers 1983-1987

Author Born 1934 Bolton Educated Bolton School C F Mott (City of Liverpool) Training College, Prescot, Lancashire Writer of school stories including 'Head Girl at Vivians' and 'Prefects at Vivians'. Daughter of Bolton Evening News sports writer Leslie Caldwell. Taught at Whitecroft Road Secondary Modern School, Bolton.

Norman Brendan Callaghan (1925-)

Politician Born 1925 Educated St Gregory's School, Farnworth Mayor of Farnworth 1967 (Labour) Shop assistant with Hanbury's grocers until 1941 and then worked at Burton's clothing factory.

William Romaine Callender (junior) (1825 &ndash 1876)

British businessman and Conservative politician. Born 1825 Died 22 Jan 1876 of "rheumatic neuralgia" at St Leonards-on-Sea, Sussex, aged 51. He was the son of William Romaine Callender of Mauldeth Hall near Manchester and his wife, Hannah Pope of London. He entered his father's business as a cotton spinner and merchant in Manchester, eventually taking charge. He expanded the firm by the purchase of that of Sir Thomas Bazley in Bolton- Dean Mill in 1861. The company went out of business after his death and the mill was demolished in 1913.

William Walter Cannon (1822-1903) Politician Born 16 November 1822 Bolton Died 19 June 1903 Hill Cott, Sharples, Bolton. Educated Private school

Mayor of Bolton 1871, 1872 (Conservative) Master cotton spinner. Brother-in-law of Richard Stockdale, Mayor of Bolton 1864-66. Criticised in Parliament for his negligent conduct during the so-called Dilke Riot in at the Temperance Hall in Bolton on 30 November 1871 where one man lost his life. Mayor at the opening of Bolton Town Hall by the Prince of Wales on 5 June 1873 and presided over the subsequent banquet and celebrations. Made Freeman of County Borough of Bolton September 6th, 1899.

J ames Carlton (1977-) Actor Born 16 November 1977 Bolton. Played PC Steve Crane in 'Heartbeat' (2003-2004). Appeared in 'Emmerdale' as Jason Kirk (1999-2002), 'Mersey Beat' and 'Casualty'.

Andrew Carnegie (1835-1919) Scottish-born American industrialist Born November 25, 1835, Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland. Died August 11, 1919, Lenox, Massachusetts, U.S.

He led the enormous expansion of the American steel industry in the late 19th century. He was also one of the most important philanthropists of his era. On September 29, 1910, three new libraries were opened in Bolton, courtesy of the wealthy American industrialist and philanthropist Andrew Carnegie. They were situated in Astley Bridge , Great Lever and Halliwell and they were each donated to the town for the specific use of the communities.

William (Billy) Carr (1904-1975)

Born 9 May 1904 Bromley Cross, Bolton Died September 1975 Bolton Trained more than 220 winning horses between 1935 and his retirement in 1970.

Diplomat, Soldier and Linguist Born 5 December 1916 Bolton Died February 2001 Haywards Heath, Sussex. Educated Radley College, Oxfordshire Christ Church College, Oxford Studied modern languages. Taught in Germany before WWII. Joined Consular Service 1939 - vice-consul in Amsterdam during German invasion and organised evacuation of British Subjects. Joined Coldstream Guards then assigned to Intelligence Service. Worked with Free French forces in Chad, acted as liaison between Generals Leclerc and Montgomery in North Africa. Later parachuted into Yugoslavia to liase with Tito's partisans. Diplomatic postings to Baghdad, New York, Singapore and Geneva after War. British Ambassador to Afghanistan 1968-1972. Later personal translator for several British Prime Ministers. Founded Afghanistan Support Committee to work to help poverty-stricken villages in Afghanistan.

James (Jim) Cartwright (1958-) Playwright Born 27 June 1958 Farnworth, Bolton. Harper Green Secondary Modern School, Farnworth Central School of Speech & Drama. Works include 'Road' and 'The Rise and Fall of Little Voice' Honorary Fellow of the University of Bolton.

Stephen Cartwright (1947-2004) Illustrator. Born 28 December 1947 Bolton Died 12 February 2004 Tunbridge Wells, Kent Educated St Martin's College, London Royal College of Art. Prolific illustrator of more than 150 children's books from the mid-1970s until his death. Trademark was to hide at least one Yellow Duck somewhere in each book for children to find.

Born 1 January 1860, Meath, Ireland Died 19 July 1939, Manchester Education Manchester School of Art

1893 John Thomasson Relief medallion, Mere Hall gateway, Bolton, Greater Manchester. (Also plaques of Bolton coat of arms) 1898 James Dorrian Stone statue. Bolton, Greater Manchester, Queen's Park Terrace 1900 Benjamin Dobson Bronze statue. Bolton, Greater Manchester, outside Town Hall. Sketch model exhibited Manchester Academy, 1900 (no. 254)

Arthur Catherall (1906-1980) Author Born 6 February 1906 Bolton Died 6 January 1980 Bolton Prolific writer for children - Published over 100 books and 1000 short stories under various names and wrote Scouting column in the Bolton Evening News as 'The Robin'. Wrote well and authentically from first-hand knowledge.

Patrick Caulfield (1936-2005)

Painter Born 29 January 1936 Acton, London Born 29 September 2005 London St Joseph's RC Primary School, Halliwell, Bolton Chelsea School of Art Royal College of Art, London. Both his parents came from Bolton and he was evacuated to Bolton to live with an aunt during the Second World War. Major figure in English post war art. Member of Royal Academy 1993. CBE 1996.

Katy Cavanagh (1973-) Actress Born 12 December 1973 North Shields, Northumberland Educated Canon Slade School, Bolton RADA Appeared in 'Dalziel & Pascoe', 'Cops'. Played Julie Carp in 'Coronation Street'.

J oe Cawley Bolton Travel Writer Published 'More Ketchup Than Salsa: Confessions of a Tenerife Barman' in 2006 - which won the British Guild of Travel Writers Award for the Best Narrative Book in 2007. Moved to Tenerife to take over a bar after working on Bolton Fish Market.

James Chadwick James Chadwick & Bros Ltd, cotton manufacturers, Bolton, England was formed in 1893 and was doing business in New York, USA and Montreal, Canada. In 1896, J & P Coats, thread manufacturers, Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland, amalgamated with Clark & Co Ltd, thread manufacturers Paisley, its American associates Jonas Brook & Bros Ltd, thread manufacturers, Meltham Mills, Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England and James Chadwick & Bros Ltd to form the enlarged firm of J & P Coats Ltd, with a market value of around £22 million, and approximately 25,000 shareholders. Each company maintained its identity with the preservation of the names and trademarks which were used for the particular market with which they were associated. In 1917, The Clark Thread Co, thread manufacturers, Newark, New Jersey, USA, purchased the American business of James Chadwick & Bros Ltd. United Thread Mills Ltd, thread manufacturers, Glasgow, Scotland, was incorporated in March 1931 and almost immediately entered into agreements with J & P Coats Ltd, Clark & Co Ltd, Jonas Brook & Bros and James Chadwick & Bros for United Thread Mills Ltd to purchase properties from them. The companies continued to operate in their mills, but as a branch of United Thread Mills Ltd. In 2012, James Chadwick & Sons Ltd was still a registered company.

Dr Samuel Taylor Chadwick (1809-1876) Doctor, Politician and Philanthropist. Born 1809 Newcroft House, Urmston, Lancashire.

Died 3 May 1876 Peel House, Southport, Lancashire. University of Edinburgh Established Eye and Ear Institution on Bradshawgate (Squint Alley) - Conservative councillor 1858-1861. Gave £22000 for an orphanage in the Haulgh and Model Dwellings for Working Men in Peabody Street - also £5000 for the infirmary and £5000 for a museum in Queen's Park. Statue of Chadwick erected to left of Town Hall in Victoria Square in 1873 - unusually while he was still alive.

J ustin Paul Chadwick (1968-)

Television and Film Director and Actor Born December 1968 Manchester, Lancashire. Educated Ladybridge CP School, Bolton Turton High School Leicester Polytechnic. Began career as a character actor in film and TV series such as 'Heartbeat' and 'The Bill' before concentrating on directing. Was nominated for a BAFTA award in 2006 for directing the BBC TV adaptation of Charles Dickens' 'Bleak House' which also won the award that year for best drama series. He was also nominated for an Emmy award for directing the same series. Other TV directing credits include 'Spooks' and 'Byker Grove' while his feature film debut was with 'The Other Boleyn Girl' in 2008.

Mike Chadwick (1962-) Broadcaster and DJ Born 15 March 1962 Bolton Educated Bank Top Primary School Deane School Altrincham Grammar School North London Polytechnic. DJ on Smooth FM Radio - has also worked for KFM, Sunset Radio and Jazz FM. Specialises in Funk, Jazz, Latin and R&B music. Touring DJ, manager of Afro-Cuban Percussionist Snowboy, sometime co-owner of Decoy Records in Manchester and fanatical Bolton Wanderers fan.

J effrey George Chandler (1959-) Professional footballer. Born 19 June 1959 Hammersmith, England.

Scored 36 goals in 157 appearances for Bolton Wanderers 1981-1985

The Charlatans The Charlatans played the Crown and Cushion in Bolton 20 Feb 1990

Mark Charnock (1968-) Actor Born 1968 Bolton Educated Canon Slade School Hull University Webber Douglas Academy, London. Played Marlon Dingle in TV soap 'Emmerdale' and Brother Oswin in 'Cadfael'.

Samuel Chatwood (1833- 1909)

Industrialist and Banker's Engineer.

Born 27 September 1833 Edenfield, Bury, Lancashire Died 22 December 1909. Manufacturer of safes in Bolton and lived at 14 Wentworth Street, Little Bolton. Set up foundry at Bark Street and leased Vulcan Foundry in Foundry Street, Bolton.

Politician. Born 15 February 1885 241 Bridgeman Street, Bolton.

Died 15 September 1940 Hereford, Herefordshire. Educated Clarendon Street School, Bolton Bolton Municipal Secondary School. Mayor of Bolton 1928. Cabinet maker and house furnisher. Cheadle Square in Bolton named in his memory in 1947. Lived at Overdale, Chorley New Road, Heaton and had a library of over 2000 books.

Humphrey Chetham (1580 -1653) English textile merchant, financier, and philanthropist. Born on 10th July 1580 in Crumpsall: the son of Henry Chetham &ndash a successful Manchester merchant who lived in Crumpsall Hall &ndash and his wife Jane, He bought Turton Tower in Chapeltown, Bolton, from William Orrell in 1628.

David Childs (1933-) Academic and writer Born 1933 Bolton Thornleigh Salesian College, Bolton Wigan & District Mining & Technical College LSE University of Hamburg University of London. Son of John Arthur Childs, Mayor of Bolton 1962-3 qv. Emeritus Professor of Politics University of Nottingham. Leading authority on the political history of Germany, particularly before Unification.

Politician Born 9 April 1899 Howell Croft South, Bolton Died 6 January 1965 Bolton District General Hospital, Farnworth Mayor of Bolton 1962 (Labour) Worked at Walker's Tannery and then as Caretaker at Bolton Trustee Savings Bank (where he lived in a flat above the Bank) for 25 years from 1939 until retiring in September 1964 . Father of David Childs qv , Emeritus Professor of Politics at the University of Nottingham.

Clive Christian (1951-) Businessman Born Jul 1951 Chairman of Clive Christian Furniture Limited

Alan Ellis Clarke (1931-1979)

Politician Born 9 June 1931 Bolton. Died 19 December 1979 Smithills, Bolton Educated Bolton School. Mayor of Bolton 1972 (Labour) Co-owner of Percival's Catering firm in Bolton and co-founder of Smithills Coaching House with his triplet brother Donald Stewart Clarke, Mayor of Bolton 1976-77 qv.

Alfred Ferrier Clarke (1865-1935) Cricketer Born 12 August 1865 Farnworth, Bolton Died 12 June 1935 Hastings, Sussex Batsman and wicket-keeper - played for Surrey 1890-1892.

Charles Allen Clarke (1863-1935). Author and Dialect Writer Born 28 February 1863 Parrot Street, Bolton. Died 12 December 1935 St Ives Avenue, Blackpool, Lancashire. Educated St Matthew's School Hulton Street School, Bolton. 1891 founded 'The Labour Light' - 1st Labour movement journal in Lancashire - not a success "the masses don't seem to want uplifting" - then established 'The Bolton Trotter' a weekly comic paper. Also wrote as 'Teddy Ashton'. 1896 Teddy Ashton's Journal - weekly then Annual - novel 'The Lass at the Man and Scythe (aka John O' God's Sending)' about English Civil War in Bolton. Sometime Editor of the Blackpool Echo - had an exposure of the half-time system translated into Russian by Tolstoy and published in Russia. Brother of Thomas Clarke qv.


  • John Thaw - actor best known for his roles in The Sweeney, Inspector Morse and Kavanagh QC.Born in Gorton, raised in Burnage
  • J. J. Thomson - physicist and Nobel laureate, credited with the discovery of the electron and of isotopes, and the invention of the mass spectrometer. He was awarded the 1906 Nobel Prize in Physics for the discovery of the electron and his work on the conduction of electricity in gases
  • Danny Welbeck - footballer who plays for Manchester United
  • Danny Webber - professional footballer, formerly of Manchester United and Sheffield United
  • Sir Joseph Whitworth
  • Andy Williams - drummer and vocalist of The Doves
  • Jez Williams - guitarist/songwriter of The Doves
  • Michael Wood - historian and broadcaster. He has presented numerous television documentary series, has made over 80 documentary films
  • Alan Wren - known as Reni, he is the drummer of The Stone Roses

4/4: Deaths in Central Florida

ANGELO MAGRI, 61, Titusville, died Thursday. North Brevard Funeral Home, Titusville.

GEORGE McCULLOUGH, 71, Titusville, died Friday. North Brevard Funeral Home, Titusville.

ROBERT STEVENS, 87, Titusville, died Tuesday. North Brevard Funeral Home, Titusville.

SHIRLEY WALTER, 81, Titusville, died Thursday. North Brevard Funeral Home, Titusville.

JAMES FLOYD CONWAY, 79, Fruitland Park, died Thursday. Page-Theus Funeral Home, Leesburg.

MARY ANN FETTIG, 75, Leesburg, died Friday. Cremation Choices, Minneola.

PATRICK DAVID KENNEDY, 68, Groveland, died Tuesday. Becker Funeral Home, Clermont.

ANNIE RUTH KIRKLAND, 82, Groveland, died Thursday. Becker Funeral Home, Clermont.

ANITA K. THURSTON, 79, Clermont, died Thursday. Cremation Choices, Minneola.

BONNIE LOUISE TUSSING, 78, Clermont, died Thursday. Becker Funeral Home, Clermont.

KADIR ALLY, 82, Orlando, died Wednesday. Clermont Family Funeral Home.

EPHODITE CALIXTE, 56, Orlando, died Thursday. A Community Funeral Home & Sunset Cremations, Orlando.

ED GARNER JR., 75, Plymouth, died Wednesday. Marvin C. Zanders Funeral Home, Apopka.

MAMIE RUTH GIPSON, 82, Orlando, died Thursday. Marvin C. Zanders Funeral Home, Apopka.

WILLIAM "BILL" GLADDEN JR., 83, Apopka, died Thursday. Marvin C. Zanders Funeral Home, Apopka.

J.D. HARRINGTON, 96, Orlando, died Thursday. Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral Home, Pine Castle Chapel, Orlando.

ARTHUR LYLE HARRIS, 93, Orlando, died Thursday. Woodlawn Funeral Home, Gotha.

CARLOS J. "QUICK" HARTFIELD, 34, Orlando, died Sunday. Mitchell's Funeral Home, Orlando.

GARY EDWARD JAMES, 56, Orlando, died Thursday. Marvin C. Zanders Funeral Home, Apopka.

JOEL HARRY MARKS SR., 80, Orlando, died Jan. 31. Woodlawn Funeral Home, Gotha.

LORETTA M. McGIVERN, 79, Orlando, died Thursday. Woodlawn Funeral Home, Gotha.

NARCISO S. ORELLANA, 80, Orlando, died Thursday. DeGusipe Funeral Home and Crematory, Maitland.

LESLIE JOSEPH PINCZOWSKI, 75, Orlando, died Wednesday. All Faiths Funeral Alternatives and Cremation Service, Orlando.

TERRY LEON SCHULTZ, 71, Orlando, died Wednesday. Woodlawn Funeral Home, Gotha.

GRACE ELEANOR SCHUSTER, 88, Ocoee, died Wednesday. Collison Carey Hand Funeral Home, Winter Garden Chapel.

WENDELL SCOTT STILL, 72, Apopka, died Thursday. Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral Home, Apopka Chapel.

BENNIE GOMEZ VEGA, 58, Orlando, died Wednesday. DeGusipe Funeral Home and Crematory, Maitland.

AUSTIN BOOKER, 70, Kissimmee, died Friday. Conrad & Thompson Funeral Home, Kissimmee.

CARRIE LYN EDWARDS, 19, St. Cloud, died Tuesday. Fisk Funeral Home & Crematory, St. Cloud.

DOREEN JOHN, 85, Kissimmee, died Thursday. New Horizon Funeral Chapel & Cremation, St. Cloud.

RONALD ALFRED MONIER, 84, Harmony, died Friday. Osceola Memory Gardens Funeral Home, St. Cloud.

CALVIN D. NOLL, 81, Kissimmee, died Thursday. Osceola Memory Gardens Cemetery, Funeral Home & Crematory, Kissimmee.

MICHAEL EARL SENTERS SR., 48, Yeehaw Junction, died Tuesday. Fisk Funeral Home & Crematory, St. Cloud.

CHARLOTTE VIRGINIA WESTER, 84, Kissimmee, died Friday. Conrad & Thompson Funeral Home, Kissimmee.

CARL ANDREW BIDDLE, 72, Geneva, died Thursday. Orlando Direct Cremation Service.

SHARON GAIL BLANCHARD, 63, Sanford, died Wednesday. All Faiths Funeral Alternatives and Cremation Service, Orlando.

MARY KATHERINE CASSIDY BOLTON, 94, Winter Springs, died Thursday. Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral Home, Oviedo Chapel.

LORY S. LABENSKY, 63, Lake Mary, died Thursday. Beth Shalom Memorial Chapel, Orlando.

NICOLE YVONNE SALACIAK, 89, Casselberry, died Sunday. Mortuary Services of Florida, Fort Myers.

GEORGE N. SLATER, 73, Altamonte Springs, died March 25. Orlando Direct Cremation Service.


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