|Full name||Edward Simcocks Perrott|
|Date of birth||16 September 1851|
|Place of birth||Bronhyddron, Oswestry, Shropshire, England|
|Date of death||22 April 1915|
|Place of death||Llansantffraid (aged 63 years 218 days)|
|Rugby union career|
|Years||Club / team|
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Edward Perrott was born on 16 September 1851 in Bronhyddron, Oswestry, Shropshire, England, the eldest of the eight children of Robert Simcocks Perrott (1813–1888) and Elizabeth Ann Owen (c.1823 - post 1881). His father had been born in Llansaintffraid, Montgomery, Wales and in 1865 was the High Sheriff of Montgomeryshire, Wales. His maternal grandfather was a glergyman and had been the Rector of Penmorfa and also of Llaneddwyn. He attended Cheltenham College.
Rugby union career
Perrott played rugby at Cheltenham College and went on to represent the old boys side, Old Cheltonians, as an adult. It was form this team that he was selected to play for England, and he made his international debut and only appearance for England on 15 February 1875 in the match against England match at The Oval, which England won.
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