John Walker (cricketer, born 1826)
Walker was born in Palmers Green, the eldest of seven cricket playing brothers and four sisters- known historically as the Walkers of Southgate. He was educated in Stanmore and at Trinity College, Cambridge. He played as a right-handed batsman and an underarm right-arm slow bowler for Cambridge University (1846–1849), MCC (1847–1863), a Middlesex XI (1850–1863) and Middlesex CCC (1864–1866).
Walker died at Arnos Grove in 1885, aged 58.
- W.A. Bettesworth (1900) The Walkers of Southgate, Methuen, London
- "Walker, John (WLKR844J)". A Cambridge Alumni Database. University of Cambridge.
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