| 20 April 1857|
| 1942 (aged 84–85)|
James Lundie Wikipedia
James Lundie (20 April 1857 – 1942) was a Scottish footballer who played as a right back.
Born in Edinburgh, Lundie played club football for Lugar Boswell Thistle, Hibernian and Grimsby Town, and made one appearance for Scotland in 1886. He won the Scottish Cup with Hibernian in 1887, having become the club's joint-first Scotland international representative (alongside James McGhee) a year earlier.
After retiring from playing he settled in Grimsby, dying there in 1942.