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Walter Norris

Old Carthusians AFC

uncapped

1882

Timeline

  Walter Harry Norris
Birth Wednesday, 8 April 1863 in Epsom, Surrey [registered in Epsom, June 1863]
Baptised 2 May 1863 at St. Martin's Church in Epsom, Surrey
 

According to the 1871 census, Walter Harry is the second of three children to James and Susanna Louisa, living at Castle Hill House in Bletchingly, with seven servants. His father is a landowner and wine broker.

 

According to the 1881 census, Walter Harry, a merchants clerk, is the fourth of five children, and with eight servants, they still live at Castle Hill House. His father, still a landowner, and now a farmer employing many.

 

According to the 1891 census, Walter is one of two children (the other being Mary) living with their widowed father at Castle Hill. They are down to six servants, and his father is a farmer.

Marriage to Helen Mary White on Tuesday, 20 November 1894 at St. Mary's Parish Church in Caterham [registered in Godstone, Surrey, December 1894].
"C." - Monday, 7 January 1889, The Sheffield Daily Telegraph
 

According to the 1901 census, brewer Walter Harry is now married to Helen Marry, with one son, James Frederick, living at Steane Park in Brackley, with six servants.

 

According to the 1911 census, Walter Harry, a brewery director, still married, and with one more son, Frederick Walter, living with six servants, still at Steane Park.

Death Thursday, 14 May 1931 in Brackley, Northamptonshire, aged 68 years 36 days [registered in Brackley, June 1931].
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Probate "NORRIS Walter Harry of Steane Park Brackley Northamptonshire died 14 May 1931 Probate London 23 June to Helen Mary Norris widow and James Frederick Norris and Graham Walter Norris esquires.  
Effects £33315 12s. 9d."
Charterhouse Register
b. 8 April 1863: 3 s. of J. Norris; (Girdlestoneites);
Football XI, 1880; Left O.Q. 1880.—played Football for Old Carthusians (Winners of the Association Cup, 1881).—
Director of the Brackley and Banbury Brewery.
m. 1894, Helen Mary, 2 d. of F. A. White, of East Grinstead.
W. H. Norris, Esq., Steane Park, Brackley, Northaptonshire.

Source

Playing Career

Club(s) Played for Old Carthusians AFC.
Club honours FA Cup winners 1880-81
Height/Weight not known

England Career

Position(s) Full-back
Distinctions None

Beyond England

none



The Numbers
parties reserve
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Match History

 Club: Old Carthusians A.F.C. - no full appearances

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


Age 18
14 18 February 1882 - Ireland 0 England 13, Knock Ground, Belfast Fr HW reserve
  

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