June 9, 1910
The death has occurred at Liverpool of Mr. Alex Nisbet, who, in the earlier days of the Everton Football Club, acted as its secretary, and in that capacity attended the conference at Birmingham when the Football League was formed under Mr. William Macgregor’s scheme. Mr. Nisbet was well known in bowling circles.
(Source: Lloyds Weekly News: June 12, 1910)
I regret to announce the death of Mr. Alex Nisbet, which took place yesterday morning. Among old footballers Mr. Nisbet will be remembered as the ex-secretary of the Everton Football Club. He was one of those who met at Birmingham to form the Football League, his name being engraved on the League Cup as one of the founders of the League.
He was well-known in bowling circles, being a generous prize-giver; and he also took a keen interest in Freemasonry, not only in the “Craft,” but also in the higher degree. Deceased was vaccination officer under the West Derby Board of Guardians, and was held in high esteem by his fellow workers. He had been ailing for about four months. His genial personality will be greatly missed by a very large circle of friends.
(Source: Liverpool Echo: June 10, 1910)
Liverpool Echo: June 10, 1910