Edward Lightfoot

Edward Lightfoot

Tottenham Hotspur

Edward Lightfoot played more than 60 league games for Tottenham before joining the Royal Garrison Artillery in 1916. He was wounded in action and died of his wounds on 20 July 1918.
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Commemorating the Women’s Army Auxiliary Corps

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