Monday, April 19 – 1954 A sad postscript to Liverpool’s departure from the First Division after forty-nine years was the announcement yesterday of the death
April 8, 1944 Mr. Hugh McQueen, who played for Liverpool, Queen’s Park Rangers, and Derby County, for whom he appeared in two cup finals, died
Thursday, August 3 – 1939 A player for Aston Villa when they were a Sunday School team died on Thursday – William Garton, 78 years
Tuesday, March 8 – 1938 His many friends in Dundee and district will learn with regret of the bereavement of Gordon Hodgson, the Leeds United
Wednesday, December 26 – 1928 A middle aged man, James Green, commercial traveller of Wolverton Street, Liverpool, dropped dead at the entrance to the Liverpool
Tuesday, January 30 – 1917 A man named Wm. E. Morton Barclay (60), of Upper Beau-street, Liverpool, was found dead in his house this afternoon.
March 15, 1916 I desire to express our sympathy with Mr. John Asbury, the Liverpool F.C. chairman, who has lost his brother Tom by death.
November 6, 1915 The sad news was received at Blackpool on Saturday that William Cox a former well-known League professional footballer, had died earlier in
November 5, 1915 I have a letter from the mother of Tom Gracie, the former Everton–Liverpool and Hearts centre-forward, whose death came as a shock
October 9, 1915 Match: Lancashire Section, principal tournament, at Anfield. Liverpool – Stockport County 0-0 (0-0). Attendance: 16,000. Referee: Mr. J.L. Turner; linesmen: Messrs. F.
October 7, 1915 Three members of the Ormskirk Territorials (9th King’s Liverpools) have fallen in action. Lance-corporal George Bradley died as a result of wounds.
September 28, 1915 The death was announced on Sunday of Corporal John Tosswill, of the Royal Engineers, a former professional football player, who succumbed to
May 7, 1915 It was impossible to tell the public during the week how bad Mr. Tom Watson was. He read the paper assiduously, and
May 6, 1915 We regret to announce the death of Mr. Tom Watson, the secretary of the Liverpool Football Club, which took place yesterday afternoon,
May 6, 1915 We regret to announce the death of Mr. Tom Watson, the popular secretary of the Liverpool Football Club, which occurred at his
January 4, 1914 The death occurred at Blackburn last night of Mr. Thomas Chadwick, one of the veteran tradesmen of the town and father of
Friday, September 19 – 1913 A familiar figure at the Liverpool football ground has just passed away in the person of Mr. J.M. Elliott, who
December 20, 1911 The terrible scalding accident at the Blackpool Corporation Baths, Cocker Street, last Tuesday week, by which John Parkinson, the superintendent, and Isaac
April 13, 1911 Followers of Association football throughout the country will learn with regret the death of James Chapman, trainer of the Leeds City team.
January 3, 1910 Southend League player dead. Charles Cotton, of Southed, a victim to Bright’s disease. The death occurred yesterday morning of Charles Cotton, Southend
Saturday, October 9 – 1909 Abe Hartley, formerly a well-known footballer, who played for Dumbarton, Everton, Liverpool, and Southampton, died suddenly, on Saturday, at Southampton
August 11, 1909 By the death of Mr. John Herbert McLaughlin, chairman of the Celtic Football Club, a well-known figure in Scottish Athletics has been
October 8, 1908 The death is announced of James Stott, the ex-Cambuslang player, who captained Newcastle United for several seasons, and who conducted a flourishing
Wednesday, August 7 – 1907 The new Compensation Act includes football players, trainers, and groundsmen within its scope, and the Football League, the Scottish League,
Wednesday, January 23 – 1907 Footballers will regret to learn of the tragic death of Willie Walker, the veteran Leith Athletic player which took place