|Full name||David Smyth Barttelot|
24 October 1821|
Richmond-upon-Thames, Surrey, England
|Died||11 July 1852
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
|Source: Cricinfo, 28 January 2012|
David Smyth Barttelot (24 October 1821 – 11 July 1852) was an English cricketer. Barttelot's batting style is also unknown. The son of George Barttelot and Emma Woodbridge, he was born at Richmond-upon-Thames, Surrey. He was initially educated at Rugby School, before attending both Jesus College, Cambridge, and Corpus Christi, Oxford.
Barttelot made a single first-class appearance for Petworth against Hampshire at Day's Ground, Southampton, in 1845. Hampshire were dismissed for 72 in their first-innings, while in response Petworth made 69 in their first-innings, with Barttelot being dismissed in that innings for 5 runs by Daniel Day. Hampshire were then dismissed for 123 in their second-innings, leaving Petworth with a target of 126 for victory. Petworth could only to make 99 all out during their chase, with Barttelot scoring 3 runs, before being dismissed by Day again. Hampshire won the match by 27 runs and this was Barttelot's only major appearance.
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