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Charles Hammond

Cambridge University AFC

uncapped

1879

Timeline

  Charles Edward Hammond J.P.
Birth Saturday, 6 December 1856 in Newmarket, Suffolk [registered in Newmarket, January 1857]
Baptised 21 January 1857 at St. Mary's Church in Newmarket

According to the 1861 census, four year old Charles E., is the third of four children to Charles Eaton and Emily Law (née Wilson), living in Newmarket High Street. His father is a banker.

According to the 1871 census, fourteen year old Charles E., and his younger brother Henry, are scholars at Queen Elizabeth School, on Henley Road in Ipswich.

According to the 1881 census, Chas E., now a banker himself, is one of three children back at home with their parent on the High Street in Newmarket.

Marriage to Agnes Osorne Margaret Wilkinson, on 4 April 1883 at St. Mary's Church in West Kensington [registered in Fulham, June 1883].

According to the 1891 census, Charles Ed., still a banker, now married to Agnes, with three children, Rita (b.1884), Charles Richard (b.1885) and Alice (b.1887), living at St. Fabian's on Exning Road in Newmarket, with a governess and four servants.

According to the 1901 census, banker Charles E., still married, still living at St. Fabian's with two of his children, Rita and Alice with a governess and four servants.

According to the 1911 census, banker Charles E., still married and still living at St. Fabian's with two of his children, now Dick and Alice with a governess and four servants.

  "Mr. Charles Edward Hammond, J.P., of St. Fabians, Newmarket, local Director of Barclay's Bank, underwent a serious abdominal operation at the Rous Memorial Hospital on Wednesday—his 77th birthday. Upon enquiry yesterday (Thursday) we were informed that he had had a good noght and was as well as could be expected." - Saturday, 9 December 1933, Free Press & Post (Bury)
Death Saturday, 9 December 1933 in Rous Memorial Hospital, Newmarket, aged 77 years 3 days [registered in Newmarket, December 1933]. Buried in Newmarket Town cemetery.
  "HAMMOND—Dec 9th, at Newmarket, Charles Edward Hammond, aged 77 years." - Saturday, 16 December 1933, Free Press & Post (Bury)
Probate "HAMMOND Charles Edward of St. Fabians Newmarket Suffolk died 9 December 1933 at the Rous Memorial Hospital Newmarket Probate  London 18 April to James Francis Bertram Wilkinson retired stockbroker and Charles Richard Allix Hammond bank director.
Effects £ 46305 10s. 5d."

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Playing Career

Club(s) Played for Cambridge University AFC, earning his blue between 1877 and 1879.
Club honours not known
Height/Weight not known

England Career

Position(s) Goalkeeper
Distinctions None

Beyond England

A banker in Newmarket, a director of Barclays Bank.



The Numbers
parties reserve
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Match History

 Club: Cambridge University A.F.C. - no full appearances

F.A. Committee (Charles Alcock) - no full appearancesx


Age 22
pp 1 March 1879 - England vs. Scotland, Surrey Cricket Ground, Kennington Fr postponed - frost
reserve
gk
9 5 April 1879 - England 5 Scotland 4, The Surrey Cricket Ground, Kennington Fr HW reserve gk
  

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