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IN MEMORY OF...

...THOSE TOWN SERVANTS WHO DIED ON THIS DAY

November 19

2006
Aged 76

Ted BATCHELOR
A reserve centre-half to 'Garth' Hudson from 1950 until 1956, Ted ran a newsagents shop in Faringdon Road for many years.

1993
Aged 73

Don EMERY
The Welshman, signed by Town as a 17 year old in 1937, ended his playing career in Scotland then went on to manage non-League Fraserburgh.

1965
Aged 67

Tom PHILLIPSON
The Geordie was sold to Wolves for 1,000 on Christmas Eve 1923 and was top scorer at Molineux for three seasons in succession. He retired from playing in 1932 and was later appointed Mayor of Wolverhampton, where he ran a confectionery business.

1911
Aged 28

Billy BEAUMONT
After just ten months as a professional at the County Ground, Billy made a 'big money' move to Portsmouth in 1907. But he caught pneumonia and died just a few days after his 28th birthday.

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