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About Thomas Wyllie:

Born: April 5, 1870: Maybole (Ayrshire), Scotland.
Passed away: July 28, 1943: Glasgow, Scotland.
** The 1911 Census confirms his birth date and place. In 1911, he, aged 41, lived in Bristol with his wife Anne (42) and their three sons, Thomas Gilmour (19), Albert (16), and Stanley James (9). He works as an “insurance agent”. Both Thomas and Anne are born in Maybole. Their oldest son in Liverpool, the middle one in Bury, and the youngest one in Bristol. This is also Thomas’s football career; Liverpool – Bury – Bristol

Position: Outside right.

Height: 169 cm. (5ft. 6½in.);
Weight: 68 kilos (10st. 9lb.).
** Height and weight source: Athletic News: April 17, 1893.

Glasgow Rangers, 1888.
Everton, 1890.
Liverpool: Signed: May, 1892, (outside Football League).
Bury: Signed: 1893.
* re-signed contract: April 19, 1895.
* re-signed contract: April 13, 1896.
Bristol City: Signed: 1897.

Scotland A 1-0: (v. Ireland: March 29, 1890 ‘1g’).
Scotland A Trial 2-0: (February 16, 1889; March 1, 1890).
Glasgow Select XI 2-3: (v. Sheffield: January 11, 1890 ‘2g’; v. Edinburgh: February 22, 1890 ‘1g’).
Football League Winner: 1890-91 (Everton).
Football League Second Division Winner: 1894-95 (Bury).
Scottish League Winner: 1890-91 (Glasgow Rangers).
Lancashire League Winner: 1892-93 (Liverpool), 1893-94 (Bury).
Liverpool Cup Winner: 1892-93 (Liverpool).

Wyllie card

Thomas Wyllie II

Birth certificate, 1870.
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Death certificate, 1943
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