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H. Hibberd

H. Hibberd was an English cricketer. Hibberds batting style is unknown, though it is known he occasionally fielded as a wicket-keeper. Hibberd made a single first-class appearance for the Surrey Club against the Marylebone Cricket Club at The Ova ...

                                               

Henry Hornby (cricketer)

                                               

William Horner (cricketer, born 1830)

William Horner was an English first-class cricketer. Horner was born at Liverpool in 1830. He played first-class cricket on four occasions for the Gentlemen of the North, making his first-class debut against the Gentlemen of the South at The Oval ...

                                               

John Hussey (Royal Navy cricketer)

John Allen Hussey was an English first-class cricketer and Royal Navy officer. Hussey served in the First World War with the Royal Navy as an acting paymaster sub-lieutenant, for which he was commended in the London Gazette. He was confirmed in t ...

                                               

John Isted

John Isted was an English cricketer. Isteds batting and bowling style is unknown. Its not known where or when he was born, but it is known he was christened at Lindfield, Sussex on 9 December 1810. Isted made two first-class appearances for Susse ...

                                               

F. W. James

                                               

J. James (Northamptonshire cricketer)

J. James was an English cricketer. James batting and bowling styles are also not known. What is known about James is that he played two first-class matches for Northamptonshire in the 1906 County Championship, playing against Nottinghamshire and ...

                                               

E. B. Kaye

                                               

Frederick Kindermann

                                               

Ernest Kitching

                                               

J. Knill

J. Knill was an English cricketer. Knills batting style is assumed to be left-handed. Knill made two first-class appearances for a team of left-handed players, firstly against the Marylebone Cricket Club at Lords Cricket Ground in 1833, and secon ...

                                               

J. Leggatte (English cricketer)

                                               

W. Little

W. Little was an English cricketer. Littles batting and bowling styles are unknown. Little made his first-class debut for the Surrey Club against the Marylebone Cricket Club at The Oval in 1859, with him making a further appearance in that season ...

                                               

J. G. LLoyd

                                               

James Marchanton

                                               

M. Marks

                                               

Robin Marques

Robin Marques was an English cricketer who played for Hertfordshire. Having represented the team in the Minor Counties Championship between 1947 and 1966, Marques made two List A appearances for the team, between 1964 and 1966. In his debut, agai ...

                                               

J. Martin (Manchester cricketer)

                                               

T. Martin (cricketer)

                                               

E. G. Maxwell

E. G. Maxwell was an English cricketer. Maxwells batting and bowling styles are unknown. A club cricketer for Liverpool Cricket Club, Maxwell made a single appearance in first-class cricket for the Gentlemen of the North against the Gentlemen of ...

                                               

T. McConnell (Manchester cricketer)

                                               

Michael McMaster

Michael McMaster was an English first-class cricketer, Royal Naval Air Service officer and businessman. The son of the Test cricketer Emile McMaster, he was born in May 1896 at Porlock, Somerset. He served in the First World War in the Royal Nava ...

                                               

E. Miller (Sussex cricketer)

E. Miller was an English cricketer. Miller was a left-handed batsman who bowled left-arm fast. Miller made a single first-class cricket appearance for Sussex County Cricket Club against Kent at the County Ground, Hove in 1878. In Sussexs first-in ...

                                               

Moody (Sussex cricketer)

Moody was an English cricketer. Moodys batting and bowling styles are unknown. Moody made a single first-class appearance for Sussex against Nottinghamshire at Trent Bridge in 1843. Nottinghamshire were dismissed for 326 in their first-innings, w ...

                                               

William Moorcroft (cricketer)

William Moorcroft was an English first-class cricketer. Moorcroft made a single first-class appearance for Hampshire in 1911 against Gloucestershire. Moorcroft was not required to bat in the match and bowled 19 wicketless overs.

                                               

George Murrell

George Murrell was an English cricketer. Murrells batting style is unknown. He was christened at Stoughton, Sussex on 31 January 1790. Murrell made two first-class appearances for Sussex, both against Kent in 1826 and 1828. In the 1826 match at H ...

                                               

Neale (England cricketer)

Neale was an English cricketer. Neales batting style is unknown. Neale made a single first-class appearance for England against Hampshire in 1842 at Days Ground, Southampton. In a match which England won by an innings and 5 runs, Neale batted onc ...

                                               

Maurice Neale (cricketer)

                                               

Newman (Petworth cricketer)

Newman was an English cricketer. Shawes batting style is also unknown. Newman made a single first-class appearance for Petworth against the Marylebone Cricket Club in 1845 at Lords. Petworth were dismissed for 88 in their first-innings, with Newm ...

                                               

Cecil Nicholls

                                               

M. Norton

M. Norton was an English cricketer. Nortons batting style is unknown. Norton made a single appearance in first-class cricket for the Marylebone Cricket Club MCC against Oxford University in 1837 at Lords. In a match which the Oxford University wo ...

                                               

A. Onslow

                                               

George Osborne (cricketer)

George Osborne was an English cricketer who played for Derbyshire between 1879 and 1883. Osborne played cricket at club level for Chesterfield and made his debut first-class appearance in a Gentlemen v. Players match in 1877, on the winning Playe ...

                                               

Elgar Pagden

Elgar Pagden was an English first-class cricketer. The son of Henry Williams Pagden and Susannah Ade, he was born in 1820 at Alfriston, Sussex. He played first-class cricket for Manchester against Sheffield on four occasions between 1846–1848, sc ...

                                               

W. Palmer (Kent cricketer)

                                               

Manfred Palmes

Manfred Jerome Palmes was an English first-class cricketer and Royal Navy officer. A member of the Palmes family, he was the son of Francis Jerome Palmes and Mary Theresa Broadbent and was born in February 1887 at Naburn Hall at Naburn, Yorkshire ...

                                               

James Payne (cricketer)

James Payne was an English cricketer who played for Lancashire. He made one first-class appearance during the 1898 season, and at least four appearances for the Lancashire Second XI in the same year. Payne was a lower-middle order batsman for the ...

                                               

John Pelly (cricketer)

John Noel Pelly was an English first-class cricketer and Royal Navy officer. The son of Edmund Nevill Richard Pelly and Emma Mary Fowler, he was born in June 1888 at Ware, Hertfordshire. He graduated from the Britannia Royal Naval College and in ...

                                               

William Peto

William Peto was an English cricketer. Petos batting style is unknown. Peto made his debut in first-class cricket for Godalming against the Marylebone Cricket Club MCC in 1822 at The Burys, Godalming. He made seven further first-class appearances ...

                                               

Duncan Pocklington

Duncan Pocklington was an English first-class cricketer and Anglican clergyman. The son of Roger Pocklington, he was born in June 1841 at Walesby, Nottinghamshire. He was educated at Eton College, before going up to Brasenose College, Oxford. Whi ...

                                               

James Porter (cricketer)

James Porter was an English cricketer. Porters batting and bowling styles are unknown. Porter made his first-class debut for Sheffield Cricket Club aka Yorkshire against Manchester in 1844, with him making two further first-class appearances agai ...

                                               

J Poulet

                                               

Frederick Price (cricketer, born 1857)

                                               

J. E. Price (Manchester cricketer)

                                               

G. Proctor

                                               

A. Ready

                                               

J. Ricketts

                                               

Riley (Sheffield cricketer)

                                               

L. G. Robertson

                                               

John Sams (cricketer)

John Sams was an English cricketer. Sams made two first-class cricket appearances for Sussex County Cricket Club in 1856, both against Surrey. In his first match against Surrey at the Royal Brunswick Ground, Hove, Sams scored 16 runs in Sussexs f ...

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