All articles about Jack Heydon on PlayUpLiverpool.com; About Jack Heydon: Born: October 19, 1928: Birkenhead, England. Passed away: September, 2012. Position: Right half. Height: (5ft.
All articles about Thomas Malone on PlayUpLiverpool.com; About Thomas Malone: Born: February 13, 1903: Widnes (Lancashire), England. Passed away: April 2, 1985: Christchurch, New Zealand.
All articles about William Stuart on PlayUpLiverpool.com; About William Stuart: Born: 1890, in Birkenhead, in England. Passed away: Position: Height: Weight: Career: Birkenhead. Bolton Wanderers.
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All articles about Ronald Mitchell on PlayUpLiverpool. About Ronald Mitchell: Born: 1902, Birkenhead, Lancashire, England. Passed away: Position: Right or centre half. Height: 178 cm.
January 1, 1977 A Liverpool professional footballer who attracted thousands when he preached at special services at Everton football ground has died in hospital at
All articles about Harry Lewis on PlayUpLiverpool.com; About Harry Lewis: Born: December 19, 1896: Birkenhead (Merseyside), England. Passed away: July 11, 1976: Wallasey (Merseyside), England.
All articles about Robert Blanthorne at PlayUpLiverpool. About Robert Blanthorne: Born: January 8, 1884: Birkenhead (Lancashire), England. Passed away: 1965: Rock Ferry (Lancashire), England. Position:
August 20, 1960 Liverpool F.C. staff list for 1960-61: Tommy Lawrence Position: Goalkeeper; Signed as professional: October 10, 1957; Height: (5ft. 11in.); Weight: (12st. 5lb.);
December 16, 1958 Our appeal to any Liverpool ancient for information about the purchase and erection of Liverpool F.C.’s flag-pole (originally the top-mast of one
December 11, 1958 When you Liverpool fans pass that solid-looking flag-pole which stands just behind the Kop at the corner of Kemlyn Road, don’t dismiss
August 1, 1957 The former Liverpool reserve team inside forward, Malcolm Glazzard, is now visiting his parents in Suffolk Avenue, Ellesemere Port – as a
December 13, 1955 Those football followers whose half-holiday occurs to-morrow could do worse than go along to Anfield, where Liverpool and Bolton Wanderers meet in
November 5, 1955 “Frisby Dyke” (once a familiar Liverpool stores-name) is the chosen ‘nom de plume’ of a famous sea captain. All sailors love a
August 18, 1951 Liverpool F.C. staff list for 1951-52: Charles Ashcroft Position: Goalkeeper; Birthplace: Chorley; Signed as professional: December 29, 1943; Previous club: Eccleston Juniors.
June 8, 1945 ‘Ritz’ meals at workers’ prices. Napoleon said: “An army marches on its stomach,” and thus the Ministry of Labour and National Service
Friday, September 1 – 1944 The old Priory of St. Mary and St. James was founded in 1150, and belonged to monks of the Benedictine
December 24, 1942 Liverpool need only one point from their visit to Tranmere Rovers tomorrow to make sure of their position as runners-up to Blackpool
December 15, 1941 Arthur Owen, Tranmere Rovers stocky, fair-haired full-back, went to Anfield on Saturday and certainly showed the Liverpool folk that they made a
December 8, 1941 Liverpool maintained their place in the League by a 2-1 win against Tranmere Rovers at Birkenhead. It is still possible for them
Tuesday, June 25 – 1940 His vessel defied non-stop bombing. Liverpool Football Club’s full back, Jim Harley – now Seaman Harley of the Royal Navy
May 28, 1940 Liverpool Boys’ city team during the past two months as attained form very little short of pre-war standards, and after several good
March 5, 1940 Prominent representatives of the Birkenhead medical profession attended the funeral service today at St. Paul’s Church, Tranmere, of Dr John Arthur Eyton-Jones,
May 4, 1939 At Anfield, tomorrow night, kicking-off at 7 o’clock, Liverpool Boys and Bootle Boys meet in their annual game for the W.R. Williams
January 20, 1939 £6,000 transfer fee offered for Prescot player During their long career Prescot Cables have provided many football “stars” to League clubs but