The 1938-39 Leeds County Champions and winners of the Webb Trophy and the Stewart Trophy.

This Portland team was, top left to right: Ham Carr, Carl Polk, Harold Carr, Earl Sweet, Jack Strickland, Delormi Stevens, Ernie Hanna (Manager). Lower left to right: Jack Byington, Ford Stevens, Hiram Baxter, Sam Byington, Delmar Hanna.  [source: Westport Review Mirror, Feb. 10, 2005]

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Kim Carr

I was looking at the picture you have of the 1938 Portland Hockey Team and was shocked to find my grandfather’s name spelled HAM Carr instead of Hiram as was his name. It would be appreciated if it was corrected on the site. My grandfather was not only on the hockey team, but worked for many years for Lens Cove Marina and helped to build many boats in the area. My grandmother Gladys was also very active in the village, having been part of many groups and was a friend to all. My uncle Don and my father Art were… Read more »

Glenn Byington

This is outstanding being a Byington and related to both Sam and Jack. (Both Great Uncle’s)
I’m carrying on the tradition of Byington Hockey at age 54. I’m still playing in a pick up league in Mississauga, Ontario.

Curtis,Carr

My grandfathers name was Hiram,carr not Ham,Carr….