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Everton FC Heritage Society honour Anfield great Alec Brady

Everton FC Heritage Society honour Anfield great Alec Brady

Alec Brady's grave to be rededicated The EFC Heritage Society are to honour one of the heroes of 1891 as they rededicate the grave of former Everton player Alec Brady. Born in the Cathcart district of southern Glasgow on April 2, 1865, the tricky inside forward started his career with Cowie Wanderers near Stirling before having a spell at Renton Thistle. Brady moved south of the border to Burnley as the Football League kicked off in 1888 but midway through the following season he switched to Everton. He netted an impressive 11 times in 15 outings in his first campaign…
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Alec Brady – Anfield legend honoured by Everton Heritage Society – David Prentice

Alec Brady – Anfield legend honoured by Everton Heritage Society – David Prentice

Everton's first title winner - at Anfield - has his grave rededicated Alec Brady EVERTON and Celtic supporters share a line from a famous old song. Separated by 200 miles and a national border, both sets of supporters still sing about “a grand old team to play for” - and in that song celebrate each club’s “history.” Those words were made real last weekend, when the Celtic Graves Society and the Everton Heritage Society joined forces to rededicate the grave of a Victorian pioneer who graced both clubs. Alec Brady was an Everton original. A Scottish inside forward, he was…
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Reverend and the Makers’ unlikely links to Everton legend Dixie Dean – David Prentice

Reverend and the Makers’ unlikely links to Everton legend Dixie Dean – David Prentice

Pop star's Great Uncle was a Toffees' star Reverend and the Makers  THE lead singer of Reverend and the Makers has been reading up on his family links to one of Dixie Dean’s team-mates, thanks to the Everton Heritage Society. Jon McClure, lead singer of the Sheffield based band, revealed his links to the Toffees on Sky TV’s Saturday morning Soccer AM show. Jon is a passionate Sheffield Wednesday supporter, but revealed that he’d been told his Great Uncle, Joe McClure, used to play for Everton. Which is where the Heritage Society got involved. A group of passionate and learned Evertonians dedicated…
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Everton Heritage Society to hold Remembrance Day Service at Park End plaque 2015

Everton Heritage Society to hold Remembrance Day Service at Park End plaque Service will commemorate Everton and CD Everton players who have fallen in wartime conflict   David France with the memorial plaque to Everton's war heroes Evertonians and other football fans will gather at Goodison Park on Wednesday to pay respects to players who lost their lives during wartime conflict. A remembrance service, organised by the EFC Heritage Society, will be staged at the plaque based at the Park End that commemorates those who have fallen. The service, which begins at 10.50am, will be conducted by the Reverend Harry…
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