John Lennon is undoubtedly the most famous old boy of Liverpool's Quarry Bank High School for boys. However, the schools alumni include many others who have found fame in a wide variety of fields of endeavour. This feature presents a few of them
Liverpool has a long association with the sport of boxing, producing its own stars and becoming the adopted home of others. Here are just a few of the names that have pursued the noble art in the city.
1906 saw Everton win the FA Cup for the first time. The team included a man who would be imprisoned for killing his brother in Australia, one who would win an Olympic Gold Medal and become Chairman of rivals Manchester United, one who would recommend his brother to play for Liverpool, and one who would serve Lancashire Cricket Club for nearly half a century. And also a Chairman did the unthinkable and changed allegiance to the red side of the city. Read something of the lives behind the faces in this photograph.
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