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William Page

Charterhouse School AFC, Oxford University AFC,
Old Carthusians AFC




  William Robert Page
Birth Sunday, 12 December 1858 in London [registered in St. George Hanover Square, March 1859]
Baptism 1 January 1859 in St. George, Hanover Square, Living at Queen Street

According to the 1861 census (when found), two year old William is the son of William Emmanuel and Julia Catherine (née Keate).


According to the 1871 census, William is a scholar elsewhere, however, his widowed mother is living at Hartford Bridge in Elvetham with four of his younger siblings and four servants.


According to the 1881 census, Robert William is the oldest of four children living at home with their widowed mother, at 23 Alexander Street in Paddiington. No profession is stated for Robert and they have four servants.

Death Tuesday, 1 July 1884 at 27 Westbourne Park in Bayswater, aged 25 years 202 days [registered in Kensington, September 1884].
"PAGE.—On the 1st inst., at 27, Westbourne-park, William Robert, eldest son of the late W. E Page, Esq., M.D. aged twenty-five." - Friday, 4 July 1884, Morning Post
Buried on Friday, 4 July in the West of London & Westminster Cemetery, Earl's Court.
Principal Registry "PAGE William Robert. 22 June 1889.  Administration of the Personal Estate of
William Robert Page late of Woodford in the County of Galway in Ireland a
who died 1 July 1884 at 27 Westbourne-park Bayswater in the
County of Middlesex was granted at the Principal Registry to Julia
        Catherine Page of 4 St. Margaret's-road in the City of Oxford Widow the Mother
       and only Next of Kin.

Personal Estate £118 17s."
Oxford University Alumni
b: 12 De., 1858: I S. of W. E. Page, M.D., of St. George's Hospital.
Entered O.Q. 1869; (Verites — Gownboys — Girdlestoneites);.
Football XI, 1873-'74, '74-'75, '75-'76, '76-'77; Capt. '76-'77; Left L.Q. 1877.
Queen's Coll., Oxf., O.U. Football XI, '78-'79; played Football for Old Carthusians (Winners of the Association Cup, 1881).

—Joined Royal Irish Constabulary, 1884. Died in London, 30 June 1884.



Playing Career

Club(s) Played for Charterhouse School AFC and Oxford University AFC and became an Old Carthusian, upon leaving school.
Club honours FA Cup winners 1880-81;
Height/Weight not known

England Career

Position(s) Centre-forward
Individual honours not known

Beyond England


The Numbers
parties reserve
5 5

Match History

 Club: Charterhouse School A.F.C. - no full appearances

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

Age 18
6 3 March 1877 - England 1 Scotland 3, The Surrey Cricket Ground, Kennington Fr HL reserve

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

Age 20
9 5 April 1879 - England 5 Scotland 4, The Surrey Cricket Ground, Kennington Fr HW reserve

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

Age 23
14 18 February 1882 - Ireland 0 England 13, Knock Ground, Belfast Fr AW reserve
15 11 March 1882 - Scotland 5 England 1, Hampden Park, Glasgow Fr AL reserve
16 13 March 1882 - Wales 5 England 3, The Racecourse, Wrexham Fr AL reserve