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IN MEMORY OF...

...THOSE TOWN SERVANTS WHO DIED ON THIS DAY

May 19

2018
Aged 76

Cliff JACKSON
At 21, Cliff was one of the first of 'Bert's Babes' to leave the County Ground in 1963. After suffering poor health for some time, having had several strokes, he passed away at the Maritime Hospital in Gillingham.

1987
Aged 90

Frank RICHARDSON
Frank had two spells at the County Ground between 1924 and 1931 and was a prolific scorer - with over 50 goals in under 100 appearances.

1961
Aged 62

Jimmy THOMPSON
Something of a wanderer, Swindon was Jimmy's seventh move in five years ! He finished his career playing for a Manchester brewery side.

1960
Aged 76

Billy TOUT
One of Sam Allen's most influential signings, Billy made over 400 appearances for the Town between 1905 and 1920. Although he played at half-back he scored over 60 goals, being the club's penalty taker during their many pre-First World War successes. In July 1921, Billy was appointed player-manager at Bath, where he took over the Hat and Feather Hotel.

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