|Full name||Arthur Thomas Malkin|
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|Bowling style||underarm: unknown hand and type|
|Domestic team information|
|Source: Arthur Haygarth, 18 June 2013|
The third son of Benjamin Heath Malkin and his wife Charlotte Williams, daughter of the Rev. Thomas Williams, headmaster of Cowbridge grammar school, he entered Trinity College, Cambridge in 1820, graduating B.A. in 1825, M.A, in 1828. He is likely the "Malkin" elected to the Cambridge Apostles in 1826.
A civil engineering partnership with Angier March Perkins and James Philip Roy was dissolved in 1829. He purchased an estate at Corrybrough, Tomatin, Inverness-shire, where he became a Deputy Lieutenant; and also resided at 21 Wimpole Street, London.
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