|Full name||Peter Mackin|
|Date of birth||1878|
|Place of birth||Gateshead, England|
|Date of death||9 April 1917 (aged 38)|
|Place of death||Vimy Ridge, France|
|1903–1905||Wallsend Park Villa|
|1907–1908||Wallsend Park Villa|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
An inside right, Mackin had a long career in non-league football in his native North East, most notably with North Eastern League club Blyth Spartans. He scored 21 goals in 54 Football League appearances for Lincoln City.
Mackin was married with five children and worked as a shipyard labourer in Hebburn, Wallsend and Blyth. He served as a private in the Royal Northumberland Fusiliers during the First World War and was wounded on the first day on the Somme. Mackin was killed during the Battle of Vimy Ridge on 9 April 1917. He was buried in Roclincourt Military Cemetery.
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