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1900s Season Records
1890s Season Records
1880s Season Records
1870s Season Records
Smith, Frank "Tinker"
Frank Smith was born in 1887 in Gloucester, and lived in Kingsholm as a boy. His father was in the ...
Arthur William Miles Stephens was born in 1869, the son of George Stephens, a coach proprietor in the Forest of ...
Joseph Harris was born in July 1890 at South Hamlet, Gloucester, the son of Charles Harris, a blacksmith. He lived ...
Arthur Frederick Hughes was born in Gloucester in 1866, the son of a dock labourer. Starting life in Wooton St ...
Bats at Kingsholm
Extract from the Citizen report on Glos. v Stroud match, 16 November 1895: ‘Owing to the late arrival of the visitors, ...
Hard-working Ball Winner
Gloucester Players' Autographs (1959)
Versus Newport 18th April 1959
Club Rules, 1885
Club Rules, 1885-86 That the Club be called the “Gloucester Football Club”. That the rules of the Club be those of the ...
1885-86 Season Ticket
Probably the earliest Season Ticket we’ve yet come across.
Centre who had One Golden Season
1889-90 Member's Ticket
A rare survival from the last days at The Spa, this fragile Member’s Ticket seems to have been issued to ...
Dual code international
Representative Rugby at Kingsholm
This is the second volume of the official history, available at the Club Shops at the discount price of £14-95.
Elusive winger of the sixties and seventies
Charles Alexander Hooper was born in 1869 at Eastington, near Stroud, Gloucestershire, the son of a woollen manufacturer, who had ...
Henry Edward Taylor was born in 1856 at Leominster, the son of an inn keeper. His father died when Harry ...
Charles Edward Brown was born in Gloucester on 3rd June 1866, the son of Charles Brown, who worked in the ...
1922 - 23
1926 - 27
1938 - 39
“Suggestions for Candidates for Player Profiles”
I feel my partner Viv Wooley should be added to this page as not only a player for Gloucester especially...
I remember Peter Kingston when he was one of our P.E teachers at Washwood Heath Comprehensive School, in Ward End...
I met Francis for the first time in 1954. I had been sent by E. S. & A. Robinson Ltd...
I went to school with Gordon and always had great respect for his leadership skills on and off the rugby...
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