|Clifton Rugby Football Club History||
Club Members 1872-1945
This project aims to eventually identify all club members (playing and non-playing) and guest players. It is being started from 1872 to 1945.
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|Fair, James Conroy||1909-10||
Born 7th August 1891 Balvanera, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Son of Thomas Conroy Fair, Merchant, and Catherine L. (nee Reid). Baptised 6th October 1891 St. John's Cathedral, Buenos Aires. The Fair family were originally from Coldstream, Berwickshire. His father died when he was only 6 years old on 29th September 1897. 2nd Lt. Coldstream Guards WW1. Family lived at Woodside, Walton-by-Clevedon, Somerset. Killed in action 28th September 1915 Loos, France. He was shot by a German sniper while bringing in a wounded man at Loos. Commemorated on the Loos Memorial. Roll of Honour at St John's Church, Clevedon and the Walton St Mary Roll of Honour. His brother George Patrick Fair, of the Somerset Light Infantry, was also killed in action 9 months later.
|Fairbanks, Walter||1875-76||Born 13th April 1852 Luton, Chatham, Kent. Son of Rev. Joseph Henry Fairbanks and Susan Jane (nee ?). Christened 26th July 1852 at St Mary's, Chatham. Clifton College 1869-71. Clare College Cambridge 1871-1874. Rugby Blue 1873, 1874. Assistant Master Clifton College 1875-96. US Golfer. In 1919 living at Bayford Vicarage, Hereford. Died 25th August 1924 Penybot, Guildford, Surrey.|
|Fanshawe, Maurice||1902-03||Born 20th February 1883 Clifton, Bristol. Son of Reginald Fanshawe, Professor of Latin and Greek, Bristol University. Clifton College 1896-1902 (Head boy 1900-1901). Queen's College, Oxford. Education Service of the Admiralty WW1. Admiralty War Staff. Political Intelligence Department of the Foreign Office. Died 17th July 1956 Hampstead, London.|
Born 15th February 1873 Clifton, Bristol. Brother of Archibald. Clifton College 1883-1891. Occasionally played for Clifton 1892-94. Played in first ever match played at the Fishponds ground v Taunton. Brigadier-General in Army. Married, 7 October 1899, at Clifton, Bristol, Alice Gertrude Evans, daughter of J L Evans. Died 28th December 1962 at Cranford Nursing Home, Cranford Avenue, Exmouth, Devon.
|Fargus, Rev. Canon Archibald Hugh Conway||
Born 15th December 1878 Clifton, Bristol. Son of novelist Frederick John Fargus (aka Hugh Conway), and Amy (nee Spark). Brother of Harold. Clifton College 1891. Hailbury College. Pembroke College, Cambridge. Glos CCC. Canon St. Paul's Cathedral, Valetta, Malta. Chaplain at Huelva, Spain, 1923-5. Living at Horfield rectory, Bristol, in 1941. Died 6th October 1963 Eastville, Bristol.
|Fayle, Disney Benjamin William||1909-10||Born 18th November 1888 India. Son of Robert James Leech Fayle, and Mary (nee ?). Brother of Barry. Clifton College 1899-1907. Edge Tool Manufacturing, Coaley, Glos. Married 1919 Joyce Geraldine M Parkes in Tamworth, Staffordshire. Died 1967.|
|Fayle, Barcroft Joseph Leech||1912-13||
Born 21st July 1890. Devonport, Devon. Brother of Disney. Clifton College 1899-1907. Emmanuel College, Cambridge. Surgeon. Bristol General Hospital. Killed in Action 24th October 1916 by a shell whilst tending wounded men in the trenches between Lesboeufs and Flers, to the south of Bapaume, France during the Battle of the Somme. Buried London Cemetery, Longueval.
|Fedden, Robert Agnew||1882-83||Born abt. 1863. Son of William Joseph Fedden. Brother of Clement. Cousin of Alfred, Clement And Robert E.|
|Fedden, Sir Alfred Hubert Roy||1905-06||
Born 6th June 1885 in Bristol. Son of Henry Fedden. Cousin of Robert, Clement and Robert E. Clifton College 1895-1904. Merchant Venturers College, Bristol. Motor Engineer. Knighted 1942. Died 21st of November 1973.
|Fedden, Clement Agnew||1884-85||Born 2nd February 1867 Clifton, Bristol. Son of William Joseph Fedden, Colonial Produce Broker. Brother of Robert. Cousin of Alfred and Robert E. Christened 16th July 1867 Westbury-on-Tyrm, Bristol. Clifton College 1873-1883. Army. WW1 Capt. West Riding Regiment. Died 8th January 1920 Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Buried 10th January 1920 Mountain View Cemetery, Vancouver.|
|Fedden, Robert Edmund Lee||1880-81||
Born 29th June 1864 Cardiff, Wales. Only son of Nelson Fedden, Managing Director Bottle Works, and Annie (nee Allen) of Saltford. Cousin of Alfred, Robert and Clement. Emigrated Australia 1887. Married 12th September ? Marion Stevens Chester at Holy Trinity Church, Williamstown, Victoria, Australia. Died 19th June 1943 Pietermaritzburg, South Africa.
|Field, Edwin||1891-92||Born 16th December 1871 Hampstead, London. Son of Walter Field, landscape painter and Mary Jane (nee Cookson). Clifton College 1882-1891. Trinity College, Cambridge 1891-1894. Rugby blue 1892-1894. Cricket blue 1894. England rugby international 1893. Also played for Middlesex Wanderers, Richmond and Barbarians. Cricket Middlesex. Married 1897 Florence Sophia Plowright Bell in Hampshire. Solicitor. Died 9th January 1947 Bromley Cottage Hospital.|
|Field, Samuel Cuming||1886-87||Born 1860 Oxford. Son of Francis Field, Oxford College Land Steward, and Anne (nee Hayward). Brewer Married 1894 Mary Douglas Lace in Bedminster, Bristol. His wife was the sister of the Clifton player Edward Douglas Lace. Died 4th April 1940 at 28 Forester Road, Bath, Somerset.|
|Firth, Arthur||1880-81||Born 13th February 1862 Sheffield, Yorkshire. Son of John Firth, Steel and Iron Manufacturer, and Charlotte Frances (nee Harding). Clifton College 1875. Solicitor. Married 19th August 1886 Sarah Jane Smith. Died 1943 (possibly Newton Abbot, Devon). Daughter was the Violet Mary Firth, author and occultist, known by the pseudonyn Dion Fortune (the family motto was Deo, non fortuna" (Latin for "by God, not fate")). Family were Christian Scientists.|
|Fisher, Alfred George Timberell||1905-06||Born 1st November 1887 Bristol. Son of Rev. Walter H. Fisher, Vicar of St. Francis, Ashton Gate, Bristol (destroyed during WW2). Clifton College 1899-1904. Surgeon. Bristol Medical School. St. Bristol General Hospital. Barts Hospital. Died 10th October 1967 Maidstone, Kent.|
|Fisher, Thomas Henry||1880-81||Born 20th November 1855 Deal, Kent. Son of Admiral Thomas Fisher and Anne (nee ?). Christened 1st March 1956 Deal, Kent. Clifton College 1868. Commander Royal Navy. Bombardment of Alexandria 1882. Married Ethelreda ?. Coastguard Weymouth. Died 17th June 1911 Lymington, Hampshire.|
|Fisher, Thomas J.||1904-05||Born 1885 Knutsford Cheshire. Thorne Lodge School, Clifton.|
|Fisher, Dr Kenneth||1909-10||
Born 18th July 1882 Timperley, Cheshire. Son of J.T.Fisher. Manchester Grammar School. Magdelen College, Oxford. PhD at Jena University. West Africa 1906. Master Clifton College 1909-1919. Head of Chemistry Department. Head of Science. Married 1911 Constance Isabel Boyd. Manager Explosives Factory WW1. Senior Science Master Eton. Headmaster Oundle School. Arested by US Military Police while bird watching near Polebrook Airfield, Northants and having no id on him. Died 3rd October 1945.
|Fisher, Thomas James||1913-14||Born 1885 Knutsford, Cheshire.|
|Fitzhenry, Norman Thomas Joseph||192?||Born 1909 Bridgend, Glamorgan. Son of Edward Joseph Fitzhenry and Annie Mary (nee Norman). Married 1945 Audrey B I Waters in Ploughley, Oxfordshire. Died 1989 Tavistock, Devon.|
|Fletcher, William Frank||1872-73||Born 1854 Clifton, Bristol. Son of William Francis Fletcher and Ann Margaret Dinah (nee ?). Christened 3rd April 1854 St. Peters Church, Bristol. Accountant. Married Mary ?. Died 3rd October 1923 Bristol.|
|Fortey, Henry Comber||1883-84||Born 1864 Bellary, Madras, India. Son of Henry Fortey, Inspector of Schools in Madras, and Frances Amelia (nee ?). Brother of Percy. Rossall School, Fleetwood, Lancs. Jesus College, Cambridge. Balliol College, Oxford 1882-1884. Parents lived at 18 Hughenden Road, Clifton, Bristol. Married Eliza Maud Andrews. Died 28th March 1945 Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney, Australia|
|Fortey, Percy Harold||1905-06||Born 12th June 1884 Bristol. Brother of Henry. Christened 4th July 1884 St. John The Evangelist, Clifton. Clifton College 1894-1902. Assistant Master Prep School. Royal Garrison Artillery WW1. Lived at 28 West Park, Redland, Bristol. Died 1964 Folkestone, Kent.|
|Foss, George Lush||192?||Born 16th November 1908 St George, Bristol. Son of Edwin Vincent Foss, Physician,and Mabel (nee Wood). Brother of Kenneth. Doctor. Married 31st August 1935 Eileen Isabelle Butler in Stoke Bishop, Bristol. Hammersmith Hospital. Died 11th February 1985 Clifton, Bristol.|
|Foss, Kenneth John||1930s||Born 3rd December 1912 Bristol. Son of Edwin Vincent Foss and Mabel (nee Wood). Brother of George. Married 25th July 1936 Margaret Beaumont Butler in St Marys Church, Henbury, Bristol. Died 1986 Torbay, Devon.|
|Foster, Bernard John||1922-23||Born 9th August 1906 Canada. Son of Hubert Allen Foster, Timber Merchant, and Yvonne Emily (nee Statter). Parents divorced on 1st March 1913 and mother married Gilbert Sprragge 5th April 1913. They had a son Gilbert Statter Spragge on 6th September 1915. Clifton College 1920-1923. Engineer. Died 3rd September 1937 London Hospital.|
|Francis, Henry Axford||1872-73||Born 28th March 1849 Clifton, Bristol. Son of Thomas Francis, Linen Merchant, and Sarah (nee ?). Clifton College 1864-1867. Merchant. Secretary Royal Colonial Institute, Bristol. Secretary and Licensee of the Clifton Grand Spa and Hydro. Married 1875 Elizabeth Ann Miles in Dublin. Lived 10 Victoria Square, Clifton, Bristol. Died 23rd June 1927 Bristol.|
|Freeman, A.B.||1920-21||Possibly Hugh Barclay Freeman. Born 30th November 1902 Bristol. Son of Joseph Freeman, Commercial Traveller. Clifton College 1917-1919. 125 Abbey Road, Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol.|
|Fricker, Alwyn Basil||1919-20||Born 26th November 1899 Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol. Son of William Cloake Fricker, Banker, and Bessie James (nee ?). Christened 27th May 1900 Westbury-on-Trym. Tea Planter, Pakistan. Lived at The Sundial, Combe Down, Bath. Emergency Commission 2nd Lt. WW2. Died 1989 Bath, Somerset.|
|Frome, W.E.||1906-07||Believed to be William E Frome. Born 1874 Inkpen, Bucks. Auctioner and Estate Agent.|
|Fry, Albert Magnus||1877-78||Born 13th May 1857 Bristol. Son of Albert Fry and Catherine Richenda (nee Falconer). Brother of George. Clifton College 1871-1874. Died 20th September 1938 Bristol. Buried in All Saints Church, Compton Greenfield, Glos.|
|Fry, Francis Rhodolph||1883-84||Born 7th September 1862 in Clifton, Bristol. The son of Francis James Fry and Elizabeth (nee Rake). A cousin of Albert and George. Married Harriet Catherine Moakler. Married 5th June 1905 Helen Audley De Grey. Died 22nd June 1923 Bickenhall Mansions, Marylebone, London.|
|Fry, George Falconer||1884-85||Born 4th February 1863. Brother of Albert Magnus. Clifton College 1874-1876. Uppingham School. University College Bristol. Mechanical Engineer. Married Eva Margaret Gibbons Gaudee. Died 13th September 1938 Clifton, Bristol.|
|Fry, Leslie Harrington||1913-14||
Born 25th January 1893 Paddington, London. Son of Charles Alfred Harrington Fry, Tea and Coffee Merchant, and Kate Harrington (nee Clarke). Related to Albert and George. Marlborough College. Clare College, Cambridge. Killed in Action 8th August 1918 in the early stages of the Allied advance to victory, which began from their positions just to the east of Amiens. Buried at Delve Military Cemetery.
|Fuller, Herbert George||1879-80||Born 4th October 1856 Bath. Christs College, Finchley. Peterhouse College, Cambridge. Rugby Blue 1878-1883. England rugby international. Captained Somerset 1882-1884. Invented scrum cap. Died 2nd January 1896 Streatham, London . Buried Lansdown Cemetery, Bath.|
|Furlonger, Ravenhill Cecil||1902-03||
Born 1879 Paddington, London. Son of Henry Furlonger and Mary (nee ?). Wellington College, Berkshire. Trinity College, Cambridge 1899-?. Married 20 th March 1907 Gladys Emily Mary Mason in Victoria, Canada. Captain RASC WW1. Deakes Manor, Sussex. Died 18th September 1937 Hove, Sussex.
|Fussell, Howard Wills||1906-07||Born 12th January 1890 Weston, Bath. Son of Sidney Fussell, Coal Merchant, and Anne Gertrude (nee Wills). Clifton College 1903-1905. Captain 7th Glos WW1. Gallipoli. Mesopotamia. NW Persia. Caucusus. Black Sea. MC. Maize Farming South Rhodesia 1921-1941. Married 20th October 1929 May Adeline Southey at Salisbury Cathedral, Rhodesia. Tobacco Farming 1941-45. Soil Conservation Officer, South Rhodesia Governmant.|
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