They Also Served

They Also Served – Men of Everton FC who served during WWI and WWII

(Research is clearly ongoing, and further details will be added when known)

First World War
William Bromilow
S ChedgzoyScots Guards Army, France
John S.MaconnachieRoyal Flying Corps at Farnborough
W StevensonRoyal Flying Corps at Farnborough
H MakepeaceRoyal Flying Corps at Farnborough
Tommy McDermott‘wounded in action’
Private James H. Caldwell
Gordon’s HighlandersReading Mercury, Saturday 28 October 1916;
Reading’s old goalkeeper, J.H. Caldwell, of the Gordon’s has been wounded and is in hospital at Venice Street Auxiliary Hospital, Everton. He says; “I’m cushy here,”
Sam ?Scots Guards
Bobbie ParkerScots Guards
H. B. Howarth.‘wounded, now in hospital in France’
Walter HolbemAWOL
HunterFrance 1916
Robert Percy Depledge
B H BakerRoyal Navy
William Cock (Cook)
E PinkneyArmy
Alan Grenyer
Billy Wareing
J Simmons ?
Alec Troup(EFC after Armistice)
Jack Cock DCM MM(EFC after Armistice)

Second World War
J ArnoldArmyArthur BarberArmy
Wally BoyesArmyCliff BrittonArmy
Billy CookArmyG CurwenArmy
John W DaviesArmyW DeanArmy
Gordon DugdaleFleet Air ArmW Edwards Royal Navy
Albert GeldardArmyW F GriffithsServices
Jack Humphreys ArmyAlbert Johnson Army
T G Jones RAFW G Keenan Army
Tommy Lawton ArmyMaurice Lindley RAF
Percy Lovett ArmyJ Lyon POW
Joseph Mercer ArmyHarry G Merritt Army
George H Milligan ArmyJ Prescott Royal Navy
Edward SagarArmy   George SaundersArmy
E A Seddon ArmyNorman W Sharp Army
Alex Stevenson RAFF T Sweeney Army POW
Jock Thomson ArmyJ Wilkinson Army POW