Tom F. Beary

Victorian Football Association
DOB: 1862 approx.
DOD: 22 October 1941
Vice President: 1919 - 1920
Career: 1880's?

Thomas Francis Beary

The only information Blueseum had is from this person's death notice in The Argus, October 29 1941.
It stated that he passed away the previous week, that he played for Carlton prior to the formation of the League, and that he was a former vice president of the club in the V.F.L. He was aged 79 years.
To read his obituary click here> http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article8213274

Newly found, Beary's obituary in The Advocate 4 December 1941 (p14), said he was 'a dashing half-back for Carlton' and a Vice President. He worked for the Victorian Railways as a Safe Working Officer. He was called upon by the Court to give his expert opinion at accidental rail death inquests.

He may have been a Second Twenty or Reserves player, of which details in the 1880's is incomplete.
If anyone can shed some light on Beary's football career, his involvement at Carlton, or an image, please contact Blueseum. ( www.blueseum.org )

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