Another strong Everton-Liverpool connection


February 10, 1953
Mr. Tom Williams, the Liverpool director who was marked absent on Saturday, at Middlesbrough, although he had originally intended being present was attending the funeral of a relative at Llanfairfechan.

Mr. Edward Williams, who was buried there on Saturday will be remembered by the older followers of Everton as a member, along with his two brothers of the original St. Domingo Sunday School club, out of which Everton eventually emerged.

He was for 30 years superintendent of the Oakfield Road Wesleyan Sunday School and worked for half a century in the accounts department of the Mersey Docks and Harbour Board, retiring just before the last war began.

He was an uncle of the Liverpool director.
(Source: Liverpool Echo: February 10, 1953)

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