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Edgar Wrightington

Edgar Newcomb Wrightington (July 30, 1875 - October 31, 1945) was an All-American football player and coach. He played as a back for the Harvard University football team and was selected for the All-American team in 1895. He served as Harvard's football coach in 1904. Wrightington later became a successful banker and oil and gas company executive. He served in various executive positions with Boston Consolidated Gas Cos., the New England Fuel and Transportation Co., and Beacon Oil Co.

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He was born on July 30, 1875 in Brookline, Massachusetts to Charles W. Wrightington and Catherine G. Schermerhorn. He died in Salem, Massachusetts in 1945 at age 70.[1][2]

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