|Clifton Rugby Football Club History||
Edward L. Marriott
He was born about 1876 in India
The 1891 census has the family living at 25 Collingwood Road, Redland, Bristol, which is just off Chandos Road. He was 15 then and his occupation is given as “student of general knowledge”.
He joined Clifton RFC in 1893-94 with his younger brother Alfred S. Marriott.
|Back Row (L-R): D.T.Price, T.W.Baker, E.L.Marriott, H.B.F.Bingham, H.W.Wills, S.H.Reynolds, T.H.Battye. Middle Row: A.B.Cridland, T.Taylor, Lieut Norrington, W.J.Lias, H.L.Norrington, W.P.Gwynne, H.Brimble. In Front: C.W.W.James.|
Above Clifton XV 1894-95 with Edward Marriott
He was Hon Sec. from 1899 to 1902. Committee Member from 1894-1901
|Back Row (L-R): Leonard W.Baker, W.W.Vaughan, H.W.Millard, G.W.Templar, H.B.F.Bingham, J.H.Inskip, A.S.Mills, H.Clissold, E.L.Marriott, C.W.W.James, S.B.Smith. Middle Row: G.H.Beloe, E.S.B.Smith, F.J.Hannam, Mr H.W.Beloe, H.Mills, E.F.Eberle. Front Row: H.W.Mearns, A.H.C.Fargus, D.A.Clark, F.O.Wills.|
Above Clifton XV of 1901-02 with Edward Marriott
Above Edward L. Marriott.
He moved to London in 1901.
Above Edward Marriots signature in 1902