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IN MEMORY OF...

...THOSE TOWN SERVANTS WHO DIED ON THIS DAY

May 8

2012
Aged 73

Barry LOWES
A winger with pace to burn, injury restricted Barry's County Ground career to less than two full League appearances. He later worked as an electrician in the shipyard at Barrow.

1994
Aged 60

Ken BRANDON
An amateur winger who saw service with Roundway Hospital at Devizes, Ken later returned to his roots in Birmingham, where he worked as a refuse collector.

1985
Aged 83

Ted NASH
Keeper Ted, from Gorse Hill, had made his Town debut in a friendly in 1917 - aged just 15. On quitting the game 17 years later, he concentrated on cricket and was wicketkeeper for Wilts.

1933
Aged 68

George EVERITT
One of two brothers to play for the club, George was in the first Town side to play in the F.A.Cup in 1886.

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