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F.T. Green

Wanderers FC & Old Wykehamists AFC

1 appearance, 0 goals

P 1 W 0 D 0 L 1 F 0: A 3
0% successful

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  Frederick Thomas Green
According to the 1851 census, Arabella Elizabeth (née Fitzhugh) is pregnant with the child who would become Frederick. His father, Frederick Septimus, is the Perpetual Curate of Finchley. They live in the East End in Finchley.
Birth Saturday, 21 June 1851 in Wrexham, Denbighshire, Wales
registered in Wrexham July-September 1851
Baptism Wednesday, 16 July 1851 in WrexhamStated as living in Finchley.
  According to the 1861 census, Frederick T. is a scholar, living with his parents and two younger siblings. With three servants, they live at Parsonage Lane in Finchley.
  According to the 1871 census, they now live at Rovier Hall in Lydham, Shropshire, Frederick T.'s father now being the Rector of Lydham. He himself is an undergraduate.
  According to the 1881 census, Fredk T. is lodging at 35 Seedley Road, Pendleton in Salford. Still single, the rest of his family still live at Rovier Hall. He is now an HM Inspector of Schools.
  (His father died on 2 March 1891 at Rovier Hall)
According to the 1891 census, Frederick Thomas is still lodging, this time in Nottingham, in 51 Park Row in St Nicholas. Still an HM Inspector of Schools.
There was a teachers' gathering of more than usual interest in Coventry, on Saturday, the Birmingham, Coventry, Leamington, Rugby, Atherstone, Hinckley, and Nuneaton associations of the N.U.T. meeting here to welcome Mr. F. T. Green, H.M. new inspector of the district." - The Coleshill Chronicle, Saturday, 23 May 1896.
Marriage to Florence Helen Wilson, on 2 August 1898, at St. Bartholomews Church in Edgbaston
registered in Kings Norton July-September 1898
Children Frederick Thomas and Florence Green had three children together. Frederick H. (b.12 October 1900), Peter (b.1903) and Robert Percy (b.1907)
  According to the 1901 census, Frederick T. is now married to Florence, with one son, Frederick. Living at 9 Pakenham Road, Edgbaston. Still an HM Inspector of Schools.
(His mother died on 28 April 1903 in Ludlow)
The Warwickshire Teachers' Association held a meeting in St. Mary's Hall, Coventry, on Saturday afternoon. Mr. J. Broughton Dugdale presided, and the attendance included Mr. F. T. Green (H.M. Inspector of Schools), and many others....a presentation was made to Mr. F. T. Green, formerly of this district, but now of Birmingham. The presentation was made by Mr. Harvey, who has been for forty years a teacher in Warwickshire, and who said that Mr. Green had always endeavoured to obtain the best education for the children. He (the speaker), with all the teachers, very much regretted that Mr. Green had been called to Birmingham. All the Teachers' Association in Warwickshire at once decided to present Mr. Green some slight token of their esteem and respect." - The Kenilworth Advertiser, Saturday, 15 October 1904.
  According to the 1911 census, still married to Florence, with another two sons, Peter and Robert. Living at The Coppice in Bromsgrove. Still an HM Inspector of Schools. They have three servants.
  According to the 1921 census, he is still married to Florence, and they live at 88 Sanapord Avenue in Church Stretton, with his son Peter, two servants and two visitors (his other son, Frederick, a sub-lieutenant in the Royal Navy) and his wife. However, FT cannot be found anywhere on the census.
Death Friday, 6 July 1928, at The Uplands, in Church Stretton, Shropshire
aged 77 years 15 days registered in Church Stretton July-September 1928
Probate "GREEN Frederick Thomas of The Uplands Church Stretton Shropshire died 6 July 1928 Probate Shrewsbury 17 October to Florence Helen Green widow and Henry William Green solicitor.
Effects £997 18s. 11d." [2019 equivalent: £63,105]
  Florence Green died towards the end of 1960 in Birmingham
Source Douglas Lammings' An English Football Internationalist Who's Who [1990] &

Playing Career

Club(s) Educated at Winchester College and Oxford University, where he played his football before joining Wanderers FC, and by virtue of his attendance at Winchester, he was invited to play for the Old Wykehamists FC;
Club honours FA Cup winners 1873-74, 1876-77, 1877-78;
Individual honours Middlesex FA
Height/Weight not known.
Source Douglas Lammings' An English Football Internationalist Who's Who [1990].

England Career

Player number One of nine who became the 34th player (36) to appear for England.
Position(s) Half-back
Only match No. 5, 4 March 1876, Scotland 3 England 0, a friendly match at The West of Scotland Cricket Ground, Hamilton Crescent, Glasgow, aged 24 years 257 days.
Individual honours None

Beyond England

A barrister, having been called to the bar 1877, he left the legal profession and from 1880, was employed as an inspector of schools. - An English Football Internationalists' Who's Who. Douglas Lamming (1990). Hatton Press, p.111/2.

The Numbers
parties Appearances minutes captain
1 1 90 0 none
The minutes here given can only ever be a guideline and cannot therefore be accurate, only an approximation.
1 0 0 1 0 3 -3 1 0 0 3 0 -1
His only match was a friendly match and at an away venue

Match History
 Club: Wanderers F.C. & Old Wykehamists A.F.C. - one full appearance (90 min) F.A. Committee - one full appearance (90 min)x

apps match match details comp res. rundown pos

Age 22
1 5 4 March 1876 - Scotland 3 England 0
 The West of Scotland Cricket Ground, Partick
Fr AL   hb

one of nine who became the 34th (36) players to appear for England
one of four players (15) from Wanderers FC to become the fifteenth to represent England
the second Old Wykehamist to represent England