Harrison Grave To Be Rededicated

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Members of the Everton Heritage Society will be joined by Ian Snodin on Friday at the rededication of a grave of one of our former players.

George Harrison played for the Toffees in the early 20th century and was a part of the Everton team that won the First Division title in 1914/15.

He also played for England during his career before tragically taking his own life in 1939.  

A joint project between Everton Football Club and the EFC Heritage Society, the rededication of George's grave will take place on Friday 12 February at York Road Cemetery in Gresley, Derbyshire. 

For further information, contact paulwhartonefc@btinternet.com.

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