Stewart while with Brentford in 1909.
|Full name||Thomas Worley Stewart|
|Date of birth||April 1881|
|Place of birth||Sunderland, England|
|Date of death||3 November 1955 74)(aged|
|Place of death||Sunderland, England|
|Playing position||Full back|
|1903–1904||Sunderland Royal Rovers|
|1905–1906||Sunderland Royal Rovers|
|1908–1909||Brighton & Hove Albion||39||(0)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Thomas Worley Stewart (April 1881 – 3 November 1955) was an English professional football full back who played in the Football League for Clapton Orient and Sunderland.
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|Brighton & Hove Albion||1908–09||Southern League First Division||39||0||1||0||40||0|
|Brentford||1909–10||Southern League First Division||14||0||0||0||14||0|
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