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I agree. First I thought senior and junior was father and son. But it can bee about age. And yes, Don McCallum was usually a full back. Sadly we have never found his birth and death.
Renfrewshire Cup final 2nd leg 7th May 1904. Morton - St Mirren 1-1. Morton- McCallum sr is listed as left back and McCallum jr as right half. I suppose jr is ex Liverpool player Don McCallum. Can somebody please help with information about sr?
It is correct that he later was a painter and decorator. He died in Wishaw in 1947. Both birthdates are wrong. He was born in Motherwell in 1883. So c30 years when he played his last match for Aberdeen in 1913.
He had played for Motherwell Hearts, Ashfield, Motherwell, Airdrieonians and Liverpool before he had 1 season (1912/13) with Aberdeen. He was only c30 years at the time. Did he play for any other clubs after that? I know he got married in Rubishaw, Aberdeen 31/12-1913.
British Army WW1 Pension Records 1914-1920. NAME: Harold John Uren GENDER: Male REGIMENTAL NUMBER: 226034 REGIMENT NAME: Royal Artillery (Royal Horse Artillery and Royal Field Artillery) FORM TITLE: Cover for Discharge Documents I believe this is the ex LFC player. In 1913/14 he scored 17 goals in 5...
I went through England, Wales and Scotland FA registrations of players 1914-1919. I found Fred Uren for Dunfermline in October 1915. J. Uren in August 1919 for Lochgelly United. Harold John Uren was in Royal Artillery during WW1. All his children from 1911 to 1926 was born in Wirral, Cheshire. His d...
I see that manager David Pratt also bought 2 other ex LFC players in 1933. Ted Crawford directly from Liverpool. Pat McDade from Yeovil & Petters. McDade never played for Clapton Orient (& Liverpool first team) but was also ass. groundsman 1933-35.