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About Charlie Satterthwaite:

Born: 1877, in Penrith (Cumberland), in England.
Passed away: 25-05-1948, in Workington, Cumberland, in England.
** In the 1911 Census he, aged 34, lived with his wife (Mary, 44) and children (John Oliver, 4 and Stanley James, 11 months) at 64, Derwent Street, Workington. His profession was a publican in the brewery business.

Position: Outside left.

Height: 178 cm. (5ft. 10in.);
Weight: 76 kilos (12st.).

Career:
Black Diamonds.
Workington.
Bury: Signed: December, 1895.
* 1895-96: 4-2 (Football League 1); 0-0 (FA Cup).
** Transferred to Burton Swifts.
Burton Swifts: Signed: July 22, 1897.
* 1897-98: 8-0 (Football League 2); 1-0 (FA Cup).
Moss Bay.
Liverpool: Signed: December 8, 1899;
* eligible for Liverpool F.C. in official matches: December 15, 1899.
* 1899-00: 18-5 (Football League 1); 0-0 (FA Cup);
* 1900-01: 22-5 (Football League 1); 0-0 (FA Cup);
* 1901-02: 6-2 (Football League 1); 0-0 (FA Cup).
New Brompton, 1902.
* 1902-03: 30-12 (Southern League 1).
West Ham United: Signed: May, 1903.
* 1903-04: 32-13 (Southern League 1); 4-5 (FA Cup).
Woolwich Arsenal: Signed: April 27 1904.
* 1904-05: 30-11 (Football League 1); 2-0 (FA Cup);
* 1905-06: 18-10 (Football League 1); 1-1 (FA Cup);
* 1906-07: 38-17 (Football League 1); 6-2 (FA Cup);
* 1907-08: 21-3 (Football League 1); 0-0 (FA Cup);
* 1908-09: 18-4 (Football League 1); 2-3 (FA Cup);
* 1909-10: 4-0 (Football League 1); 0-0 (FA Cup).
Wokingham, signed, August – 1910.
Frizington Athletic, signed, March – 1920.

Merits:
Football League First Division winner: 1900-01 (Liverpool).

Image(s):
Lancashire Evening Post, April 19 – 1894.
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London Daily News, September 29 – 1906.
1906 Charles Satterthwaite Woolwich Arsenal

Lancashire Evening Post, July 14 – 1910.
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1911 census signature.
Charles Satterthwaite signature

Picture from ancestry.co.uk.
Charles Satterthwaite

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  1. Presumably “Moss Bay” is the one in Workington, to which he returned after his dais in the Southern League. Would he have lived in Workington whilst playing for Liverpool?

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