Tag: Jack Parkinson

Jack Parkinson dead

Sunday, September 13 – 1942 Mr. Jack Parkinson, the former Liverpool Football Club centre-forward, who played for England against Scotland and Wales in 1910, died in Liverpool last night. Mr. Parkinson was in business in Commutation-row, Liverpool, for many years and was chairman of the Mersey and District […]

Funeral of former Liverpool F.C. trainer

Friday, January 26 – 1940 Prominent footballers past and present attended the funeral in Liverpool today, of Mr. William “Billy” Connell, the former Liverpool F.C. trainer. Liverpool Football Club was represented by Mr. W. Harvey Webb, director, and Mr. George Patterson, secretary; Everton F.C. by Mr. Ernest Green […]

Jack Parkinson’s daughters’ married

Tuesday, April 11 – 1939 Miss Winnifred Parkinson (left), and her sister, Miss Elsie Parkinson, leaving the Church of St. Simon and St. Jude, Anfield-road, Liverpool, with their bridegrooms, Mr. Edmund Houghton and Mr. H. Trevor Jones. The bride’s father is Mr. John Parkinson, a former Liverpool F.C. […]

Stray leaves – Tommy Bennett, Liverpool F.C.

Tuesday, February 12 – 1918 In the city of Liverpool the adherents of Association football have had the rare privilege of watching Fred Geary, Jack Southworth, Alexander Young, Bert Freeman, and Bobby Parker play centre-forward for Everton, while George Allan, Sam Raybould, Jack Parkinson, and Fred Pagnam have […]

The fastest sprinter in Liverpool

Thursday, August 31 – 1916 We have some runners among our footballers this season. It is a few years now since Jack Parkinson and W. Stevenson made som capital sprint matches. Now the mantle has fallen on Robert Waine and Lloyd, the former of Liverpool, and the latter […]

The funeral of Tom Watson

May 11, 1915 A cool corner of Anfield Cemetery had been chosen. The sun’s rays shaded his last resting-place. “Tom” was buried there. The day was beauteously fine, and the setting of the last act was all peaceful. The whole sports-world seemed to be represented. The late manager […]

Nine players to leave Liverpool

May 4, 1914 Liverpool failed to rebook Ernest Peake, so the Welsh international has taken himself to Third Lanark. It is curious to find a Welshman making is name with a Lancashire club and then turning to Scotland for employment, though Scotland has boasted a goalkeeper, Halliday, who […]

Goddard and the Glossop club

Thursday, April 30 – 1914 Arthur Goddard, who, along with Parkinson and several of the reserve players, are not being signed on by the Liverpool club, is, I understand, among the last four applicants for the position of manager to the Glossop club. (Liverpool Evening Express, 30-04-1914) Jack […]

Who’s who in the Liverpool team

Sunday, April 19 – 1914 The players who will probably represent Liverpool are as follow: – Kenneth Campbell (goalkeeper), a young custodian whom Liverpool people think is the finest goalkeeper playing. Will one day play for Scotland. Born at Glasgow. Was secured by Liverpool from Cambuslang about four […]

Liverpool Reserves v Bradford City Reserves 3-1

Monday, April 13 – 1914 Reserves, Central League, at Anfield. Liverpool Reserves – Bradford City Reserves 3-1 (2-0). Liverpool Reserves (2-3-5): Elisha Scott; Frank Grayer, Sam Speakman; James Scott, Walter Wadsworth, Robert Crawford; Robert Macdougall, Tom Gracie, Jack Parkinson, John Bovill, Robert Terris. Bradford City Reserves (2-3-5): Mellods; […]

Liverpool Reserves XI

April 8, 1914 The Liverpool Reserves team to meet Crewe Alexandra Reserves on Good Friday will be: – Elisha Scott; Frank Grayer and Robert Crawford; James Scott, Ernest Peake, and Ralph Holden; Arthur Goddard, John Bovill, Jack Parkinson, Tom Gracie, and Robert Terris. (Liverpool Evening Express: April 8, […]

New recruits for the Reserves

Friday, January 23 – 1914 Liverpool Reserves are playing Bradley, an Ormskirk half back, and an outside right named Wilson, who is working in Liverpool, and has just left Edinburgh. Pooley, the outside left of the team is a member of the successful Liverpool Scottish. Liverpool Reserves. – […]

Liverpool v Everton 1-2 (League match)

Saturday, January 17 – 1914 Match: Football League, First Division, at Anfield, kick-off: 14:45. Liverpool – Everton 1-2 (0-2). Attendance: 40,000; gate receipts: £1,440. Referee: Mr. A. Pellowe; linesmen: Messrs. F. Taylor and F. Hargreaves. Liverpool (2-3-5): Kenneth Campbell; Ephraim Longworth, Robert Crawford; Thomas Fairfoull, Harry Lowe, Bob […]

Barnsley v Liverpool 0-1 (FA Cup match)

Thursday, January 15 – 1914 Match: FA Cup, First Round, Replay, at Oakwell, kick-off: 14:15. Barnsley – Liverpool 0-1 (0-0). Attendance: 24,000. Referee: Mr. H.S. Bamlett. Barnsley (2-3-5): Jack Cooper, Dickie Downs, Jack Bethune, Frank Barson, Phil Bratley, Albert Roystone, Wilfred Bartrop, George Travers, Joe Halliwell, Harry Tufnell, […]