Tom Aram

Challenge Cup Competition
DOB: 1850
DOD: 17 July 1925 Subiaco, aged 75
Career: 1871-1875

Thomas Aram

According to BDM records, most people named Aram in Australia in the 1850s are located in Tasmania. (Ref: "R" of Ad)

1871 Aram named in Reserves squad to play Albert park at Albert park 1 July.

1871 September 16
Aram kicked the winning goal in the match against Albert Park at Albert Park, Carlton won 1-0.

T. Aram appears in the photo of the 1871 Carlton Football Club side "Winners of the South Yarra Presentation Cup."
(For photo click here > 1871 )

Aram is also listed for 1872.

1875 Aram is named in The Argus to play in a Carlton 25 side against a Carlton First Twenty in a scratch match at Royal Park on Saturday 8th. May.

1891 June 13
T. Aram was named in a "old players" Carlton team squad of 25 to play a similar Geelong team on the MCG in a charity match.

1915 October 02
Patriotic match in Perth, Victoria v Rest of Australia on the WACA ground.
Victorian team had former Blues, A. Gellatly, B. Murphy (Capt), T. Aram, J. Geddes, W. Walton, and C. Coulson.

1916 September 17
In Perth a patriotic match between former players was held between Victoria and Rest of Australia on the Association Cricket Ground to raise funds for the war and charities.
Former Carlton players to take part were;
Barney Murphy, W. Bill Walton, Jack Geddes. Tom Aram, Charles Coulson, and A. 'Dick' Gellatley.

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