Charles Emslie "Chas" Glennie M.A.
Football Player, Vice Captain, Half Back.
- Birth: 01 Feb 1860, Skene, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
- Death: 09 May 1944, Forresterhill, Greystanes, Laurencekirk, Scotland
12 football enthusiasts assembled, and Charles E. Glennie was one of the first of three school teachers who instigated the founding of Aberdeen F.C. along with William Stewart and John Alexander McHardy M.A., he was also made Vice-Captain of the very first team.
Left: Charles E. Glennie M.A. 1888-1889 - Right: Charles E. Glennie M.A. 1890-1891
Family Tree Official's, Player's and staff details: Ancestry.com
A.F.C Official's, Player's and staff details source: AFC Heritage - The Official Aberdeen Football Club Heritage Trust.
Aberdeen Football Club 1881 Logo - Designed by Graeme Watson © 2019
Header Background: Victoria Utd v Aberdeen, May 1895, Charity Cup at Central Park - Original B&W picture - No copyright - attached.
Individual Team Member Photo: 1885-86 Original B&W picture - No copyright - attached - Aberdeen FC Heritage Trust. Colorisation by Graeme Watson 2018.
Insert Photo: Charles Emslie 'Chas' Glennie M.A. 1888-1889 Original B&W picture - No copyright - attached - Aberdeen FC Heritage Trust. Colorisation by Graeme Watson 2018.
Insert Photo: Charles Emslie 'Chas' Glennie M.A. 1890-1891 B&W, Courtesy of Fraser Clyne.
(Clyne, Fraser (2012). The Aberdeen Men Can’t Play Football – An early history of football in Aberdeen, 1881-1903. J. Thompson, Glasgow.)
E-mail: Fraser Clyne
Aberdeen F.C. - Family/DNA
An un-official compilation of the family tree of Aberdeen Football Club's official's, player's and staff from 1881 to present from my personal family tree.