Jack sawyer

Dave T

Well-known member
#6
Ah, so it is, thanks.

For the avoidance of doubt, I'm not 81!!!
🤔 you sure 😂

Got his shirt from that season which is the same as in the history book , but different to this photo. Would they have had different shirts for cup? Or an away shirt then ? 24695E65-B1F2-4CC2-BA6C-16B4A8914972.jpeg
 

Dave T

Well-known member
#8
Fun fact: The 10th President of the United States, John Tyler, was born in 1790 and took office in 1841. And, as of 2017, he has two living grandchildren.
As of today/tonight all adults will have been born in the 20th century and all children in the 21st century. Although there is some debate that it’s next New Year’s Eve
 

Marked Ox

Well-known member
#9
As of today/tonight all adults will have been born in the 20th century and all children in the 21st century. Although there is some debate that it’s next New Year’s Eve
There is still a woman alive who was born in the 19th century, Indian I think.
 

Sarge

Well-known member
#10
Jamaican woman born april 1899 117 yo died sept 2017

Japanese woman born in 1900 still currently alive
 

Paul B

Junior Member
#11
Well chuffed to have just found this of my great grandad , goes with his shirt. View attachment 60
Middle row second from the left - Bill Jones. Back in the 80s my wife and I had season tickets in the Beech Road stand. We were sat next to a really polite elderly gentleman who we got to know quite well. It was Bill Jones. He invited us round to his house, in Headington, for afternoon tea one summer. Tea, cucumber sandwiches, cake. The sort of thing his generation did. At the start of one season he was no longer there. In fact it might have been the same summer we were invited round that he passed away. When I think about the history of our football club I think about this gentleman.