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“Wanderers” Football Club Season 1865-1866

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Forest FC of Leytonstone, formed in 1859 and adherents of the Harrow Rules, relocated to London in 1864 and adopted the name Wanderers (although their 'home' ground was Battersea Park).
Copied this from The Code War: English Football Under the Historical Spotlight  by Graham Williams. Not sure of the original source...


“WANDERERS”FOOTBALL CLUB

SEASON 1865-1866

LIST OF MEMBERS.

                      Alcock, J.F                Green, F           Pember, A
                      Alcock, C.W              Green, J.F         Phipps, H.G
                      Allfrey, W.M              Gaillemaid, A.G   Prior, J.T

                      Baker, A                   Hall, C.H            Reid, C.F

                      Baker, W.F                Harper, Syd.       Richardson, H

                      Bowen, E.E                Head, H            Sparks, T.H

                      Butler, C.F                 Howlett, W.O       Smyly, W.C

                      Burnett, E.W              Jackson, C.D       Tayloe, J.E

                      Crompton, A               Lucas, F            Tebbut, A.M

                      Cruikshank, J.A           Lucas, J             Tebbut, C.M

                      Cutbill, W.J.C              Ludlam, J.W       Thompson, A

                      Elliot, J                      MacKenzie, A.W  Thompson, W

                      Gillespie, E.W             Martin, J.B          Thornton, P.M

                      Green, A                    Morley, J.L          Tupper,C.H

                                                            Weber, C.L


LIST OF MATCHES

ALREADY ARRANGED

1865

Saturday, 28th October, Civil Service, at Battersea Park

Wednesday, 8th November, Charterhouse School, at Charterhouse

Saturday , 11th     ”      Crystal Palace Club, at Penge

  ”       18th      ”      Westminster School, at Westminster

  ”       25th      ”      Forest School, at Walthamstow

  ”     2nd   December,  “N.N.s” at Kilburn

  ”     9th        ”       Harrow School, at Harrow

  ”    16th      ”       Reigate Club, at Reigate


1866

Saturday, 6th January, Crystal Palace Club, at Penge

    ”    13th   ”    Civil Service, at Battersea Park

    ”     20th   ”     “N.N.s” at Kilburn

    ”    24th February, Civil Service, at Battersea Park


All Communications respecting Matches &c, to be addressed to C.W ALCOCK, 155, Fenchurch Street


Uniform Flannel can be obtained of Gann, Jones & Co, 171, Fenchurch Street







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