|Thomas James Jenkinson
|Date of birth
|21 April 1865
|Place of birth
|*Club domestic league appearances and goals
Thomas James Jenkinson (born 21 April 1865) was a Scottish footballer, who played as a right winger.
Born in Edinburgh, Jenkinson played club football for Hearts and Liverpool, and scored on his sole appearance for Scotland in 1887.He later emigrated to Australia.
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