Bentham in media. About Alan Bentham: Born: September 12 – 1940, in Wavertree (Liverpool), in Lancashire. Position: Right back. Height: 5 foot, 8 inches (173
All articles about John McNally at PlayUpLiverpool.com; About John McNally: Born: Passed away: Burial: Phillips Park Cemetery. Position: Right back. Career: Wavertree. Liverpool, signed, 1892.
October 1, 1977 Liverpool pride themselves on the family atmosphere within the club – a togetherness on and of the field which is the main
July 6, 1977 Kevin Keegan stood in the North Wales sun today as the removal men got to work packing up his belongings at his
November 3, 1976 The landlord of the Lamb, at Wavertree, pulled his last pint after more than 40 years last night. Matt Fitzsimmons, aged 59,
January 17, 1945 Liverpool Reserves visit Napiers at Wavertree in the Liverpool County Combination and require only one point to make sure of the championship.
September 1, 1942 When four men were accused at Liverpool to-day of conspiracy to evade the petrol regulations, Mr. R.S.Trotter, for the Director of Public
February 15, 1940 Earle play their most important cup tie to date on Saturday (3 p.m.), at Woolton Road, when they meet a strong Liverpool
July 15, 1939 The annual bowling match between Liverpool Football Club officials and their Preston prototypes was played at the Liverpool Bowling Club green, Church
May 24, 1934 Mr. Thomas Crompton, of Heathfield Road, Wavertree, Liverpool, licensee of the Halyway House Hotel, Wavertree, a director and former chairman of Liverpool
January 28, 1934 A football friend Liverpool F.C. can never forget the chairmen who held reign. One’s mind casts back to the period when Messrs.
July 5, 1921 The annual meeting of the shareholders of the members of the Liverpool Football Club was held at the Law Association Rooms, Cook
July 11, 1911 Mr. Thomas Crompton has been elected to fill the vacancy created on the board of directors of the Liverpool Football Club caused
Saturday, September 17 – 1910 Reserves, friendly, at Lance-lane (Wavertree), kick-off: 15:15. Old Xaverians – Liverpool Reserves 2-9 (1-5). Old Xaverians (2-3-5): Lockhart; Evans, Wilcock;
Thursday, February 10 – 1898 Bashi Bazouks, Emperor Menelik and his Abyssinian chiefs at Anfield The annual charitable theatrical gala, which year after year is
Sunday, September 12 – 1897 Preaching at Leigh Congregational Church Harvest Festival Service Sunday night, the Rev. H.T. Spencer, of Wavertree, condemned the athletic craze
August 19, 1897 The sixth annual picnic of the Liverpool Football Club was held yesterday, taking the form of a waggonette drive from the Sandon
Saturday, November 9 – 1895 To-day the city will actually enter upon its acquirement of the townships of West Derby, Wavertree, Toxteth, and Walton, thus
January 7, 1893 Liverpool Old Boys have acquired the ground known as Woodcroft Park, Wavertree, lately occupied by Caledonians F.C., and their home matches will
Saturday, January 8 – 1876 A football match between the Edinburgh Academicals and the Liverpool Club was played at Liverpool on Saturday afternoon. The weather