Charlton while with Brentford in 1894.
|Full name||Arthur Herbert Charlton|
|Date of birth||29 December 1876|
|Place of birth||Paisley, Scotland|
|Date of death||24 October 1956(aged 79)|
|Place of death||Ealing, England|
|Playing position||Half back|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Arthur Herbert Charlton, Esq (29 December 1876 – 24 October 1956) was a Scottish amateur football half back who played in the Football League for Nottingham Forest. He is best remembered for his six years in amateur football with Brentford during the 1890s, captaining the team and being described as "probably the club's first great player". He was posthumously inducted into the Brentford Hall of Fame in 2015.
Charlton left Brentford to complete an apprenticeship in soap making. He later returned to West London served as head of the Brentford Chamber of Commerce from 1932 to 1933 and as mayor of Brentford & Chiswick in 1951. He was also a county councillor, an alderman and chairman and managing director of the Brentford Soap Company. He was made a freeman of the borough in 1954.
As a player
- West London Alliance: 1892–93
- West Middlesex Cup: 1894–95
- London League Second Division second-place promotion: 1896–97
- London League First Division second-place promotion: 1897–98
- London Senior Cup: 1897–98
- Middlesex Senior Cup: 1897–98
As an individual
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|Brentford||1896–97||London League Second Division||7||1||—||9[a]||6||16||7|
|1897–98||London League First Division||9||0||2||0||10[b]||1||21||1|
|1898–99||Southern League Second Division||3||0||—||0||0||3||0|
|Nottingham Forest||1898–99||First Division||3||0||0||0||—||3||0|
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