Here you will find the signatures of old Liverpool players, directors and managers that I have found on ancestry.co.uk. They are from the 1911 Census
Well, do you know? All sources claim that our first manager post was a joint affair between William Barclay and John McKenna. I believe that
November 21, 1927 There are men in football today who have spent a life-time in the game – forty, fifty years of more. It is
November 20, 1926 The rise of the Liverpool club furnishes something of a romance in the history of football. In its comparatively short existence, all
Saturday, April 25 – 1925 Victor Hall Pays Tribute to Alderman John Houlding There are still many men living who will cherish, while memory endures
February 2, 1918 Mr. Cuff has held the Everton reins for the past seventeen years. The duration was seemingly rather “elastic.” My city affairs of
Wednesday, January 31 – 1917 A Liverpool jury to-day returned a verdict of “Suicide during temporary sanity” in the case of William Edward Morton Barclay
Barclay in media. Born: June 14 – 1857, in Dublin, in Ireland. Passed away: January 30 – 1917, in Liverpool, in England. Married Emily King
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.
Tuesday, April 28 – 1914 Mr. W.E. Morton-Barclay (first hon. Secretary Liverpool F.C.) writes: – An old query, often answered in your paper, and still,
Sunday, July 9 – 1911 The funeral of the late Mr. John Milne, P.M., P.P.G.S., of West Kirkdale Lodge (No. 1,756); P.Z., P.P.A.G.S., Walton Chapter
June 20, 1910 Quite a unique honour was accorded to the Liverpool Football Club when their chaiman was elected President of The League by an
January 14, 1901 A meeting of the Lancashire Association was held at the Spread Eagle Hotel, Manchester, last evening, Mr. Woolfall presiding. Mr. John James
July 28, 1896 The Wanderers` new secretary Interview with Mr. Brettell As is pretty well known by now, at the meeting of the Bolton Wanderers`
August 10, 1895 * Three of Macs of the Sandon club had not arrived by Tuesday evening. * Everton should be more considerable to Liverpool.
February 4, 1895 Feeling in Liverpool and Barnsley. One of the leading members of the Liverpool Football Club Company was interviewed yesterday in reference to
August 25, 1894 The Liverpool Club have left no stone un-turned to place a first-class eleven in the field, and Mr. William Barclay and his
June 4, 1894 The annual general meeting of the Liverpool and District Football Association was held last evening, in the Alexandra Hotel, Dale-street, Liverpool. Mr
May 26, 1894 The annual meeting of the Lancashire Football Association was held at the Alexandra Hotel, Dale Street, on Saturday. Mr. W. Forrest, president,
April 21, 1894 Liverpool’s last League match with Burslem Port Vale was characterised by anything brilliant. Certainly the Anfield lot won, but the score of
May 31, 1893 A telegram; “Liverpool make application to the Second Division of the League”, signed by William Barclay, left Liverpool for London Wednesday morning.
May 20, 1893 When up at the Sandon on Saturday I was tackled by Mr William Barclay for referring to the disbandment of the Liverpool
April 29, 1893 Quick note: “Liverpool and Bootle met once more at Hawthorne Road, and the game resulted in a draw of two goals each.
April 27, 1893 Match: Friendly, at Anfield, kick-off: 18:15. Liverpool – Blackburn Rovers 0-1 (0-0). Liverpool (2-3-5): William McOwen, Andrew Hannah (C), Duncan McLean, John
April 26, 1893 Match: Friendly, at Anfield. Liverpool – Rest of Lancashire League XI 1-3 (1-1). Attendance: 3,000. Referee: Mr. James Cooper. Liverpool (2-3-5): William