List of English cricketers (1841–1850)

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This is a list of cricketers who played first-class cricket in England in matches between the 1841 and 1850 seasons. The sport of cricket had acquired most of its modern features by this time and roundarm bowling was firmly established.

More county cricket clubs began to become established during this period, following the establishment of Sussex County Cricket Club in 1839. Clubs were formally established in Nottinghamshire, Kent and Surrey, all of which remain first-class counties today. These teams competed against each other and other teams, although the County Championship was not formally established until 1890.

The players included are those known to have played in matches which were given retrospective first-class status between 1841 and 1850 inclusive.[A]

A[edit]

Name Seasons[B] Comments Ref[C]
Charles Abbott 1844 Played a single match for a Surrey XI.
Earl of Aboyne 1818–1843 Played 33 first-class matches, most frequently for MCC sides. Styled as Lord Strathavon between 1794 and 1836 and the Earl of Aboyne from 1836 to 1853.
Tom Adams 1836–1858 Played 157 first-class matches, mainly for Kent sides. Laid down the wicket at the Bat and Ball Ground in Gravesend in 1845 which was used by Kent for county matches between 1849 and 1971. [1][2][3]
John Adamthwaite 1845 Played a single first-class match for Manchester Cricket Club, for whom he is known to have played between 1832 and 1845
Montague Ainslie 1843–1849 Made a total of 10 first-class appearances, eight of which were for Oxford University.
Benjamin Aislabie 1808–1841 56 first-class matches for a range of teams, with 20 appearances for MCC. Secretary of MCC between 1822 and 1842 and President in 1823–24.
James Aitken 1848–1850 Played in five first-class matches for Oxford University, captaining the side in the 1850 University Match.
Caledon Alexander 1849 Made one first-class appearance for MCC. [4]
George Anderson 1850–1869 Played in a total of 99 first-class matches, primarily for Yorkshire sides, the North, England and All-England XIs.
Robert Anderson 1837–1841 Played in three matches for MCC.
Henry Andrews 1849–1863 Played in 42 first-class matches, mainly for Kent and the Gentlemen of Kent.
Thomas Anson 1839–1862 Played in 44 first-class matches, mainly for Cambridge University, MCC and various Gentlemen's sides.
Robert Antrobus 1850–1866 Played regularly for I Zingari and MCC but only made two first-class appearances.
George Armitage 1849–1853 Made ten first-class appearances, including six for Yorkshire XIs and three for the North. [5]
Charles Arnold 1843–1857 Played for Cambridge-based sides in 20 first-class matches. Brother of Mark Arnold. [6]
Mark Arnold 1848–1855 Made four first-class appearances for the Cambridge Town club. Brother of Charles Arnold. [7]
Aspinall 1844 Made a single first-class appearance for Manchester. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [8]
Henry Attenburrow 1847–1848 Played in two first-class matches, one for Nottinghamshire and one for Nottingham.
George Attfield 1845–1856 Made eight first-class appearances, including five for the Surrey Club and two for the Gentlemen of Surrey and Sussex. Brother of William Attfield.
William Attfield 1845 Played in one first-class match for the West Of England side. Brother of George Attfield.
Edward Austen 1844 Played in a single first-class match for MCC
Preston Austin 1848 Clergyman who played once for Cambridge University.

B[edit]

Name Seasons Comments Ref
Alfred Baillie 1850–1857 Made six first-class appearances, all for MCC, as well as playing in a large number of other matches, prominently for I Zingari. Brother of Duncan Baillie. [9]
Duncan Baillie 1850 Played once for MCC in a first-class match, as well as making a number of appearances in other matches, often for I Zingari. Brother of Alfred Baillie. [10]
William Baker 1846–1853 Played seven matches for Surrey sides.
William de Chair Baker 1841–1853 Played 22 first-class matches, mainly for Kent sides, and was one of the organisers of the first Canterbury Cricket Weeks, going on to manage the week from 1847 until his death, and being involved in the management of Kent county sides. [11]
William Baldock 1842–1849 Played in eight first-class matches, all for the Gentlemen of Kent. His son and grandson, both also named William, played first-class cricket. [12]
Samuel Baldwinson 1844–1851 Played in 14 first-class matches, mainly for Yorkshire sides.
Edward Banbury 1846 Played in a single first-class match for MCC.
Edward Banks 1842–1847 Played in 17 first-class matches for Kent and the Gentlemen of Kent. Brother of William Banks.
William Banks 1843–1848 Played ten matches for Kent and the Gentlemen of Kent. Brother of Edward Banks.
Elphinstone Barchard 1846–1848 Played in nine first-class matches, all for Cambridge University.
George Barfoot 1842–1845 Played seven times for Hampshire sides in first-class matches.
Thomas Barker 1826–1845 Played in 72 first-class matches, primarily for Nottingham and Nottinghamshire sides as well as MCC and England XIs.
Thomas Barker 1833–1849 Played in nine first-class matches for Yorkshire and Sheffield sides.
Edward Barnett 1837–1841 Played in five first-class matches, three of which were for Sussex.
William Barnett 1849–1854 Played in ten first-class matches, seven for Cambridge University and three for the Gentlemen of Kent.
Hugh Barrett 1845 Played a solitary first-class match for a Yorkshire side. [13]
George Barton 1835–1856 A total of 37 first-class appearances, almost all for Sussex sides.
David Barttelot 1845 Played in just one first-class match for Petworth.
Abraham Bass 1840–1843 Played in four first-class matches, three for the North and one for a Nottinghamshire XI.
Chappell Batchelor 1845–1858 Played in four first-class matches, three of which were for Nottinghamshire.
Samuel Bateson 1844 A single first-class match for MCC. [14]
Frederick Bathurst 1846–1859 Made six first-class appearances, five of which were for Oxford University.
Emilius Bayley 1842–1845 Played in 29 first-class matches, mainly for MCC and Kent sides. Brother of Lyttleton Bayley.
John Bayley 1822–1850 83 appearances, mostly for MCC.
Lyttleton Bayley 1846–1848 Played in 16 first-class matches for MCC and Kent sides. Brother of Emilius Bayley.
Frederick Bell 1846–1864 Played in 58 first-class matches for a variety of teams, including Cambridge-based sides, the North and the United England XI.
Richard Bellhouse 1846–1859 Made 15 appearances in first-class matches, most frequently for Manchester-based sides. Brother of Thomas Bellhouse.
Thomas Bellhouse 1846–1854 Played in five matches for Manchester. Brother of Richard Bellhouse. [15]
Charles Belton 1847 Played twice for Kent in two matches against Surrey. [16]
G. Bennett 1843 Played a single match for Sussex. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical details are known. [17]
William Bennett 1831–1845 A total of 12 first-class matches played, most frequently for MCC.
George Cavendish-Bentinck 1840–1846 Played in 11 first-class matches, nine times for MCC.
J. Bentley 1846 Played one first-class match for Sheffield. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical details are known. [18]
George Berry 1845–1853 Played four times for Yorkshire sides before the formation of the county club. Uncle of John Berry. [19]
John Berry 1849–1867 Played in 47 first-class matches, most frequently for Yorkshire sides both before and after the formation of the county club. Nephew of George Berry.
John Bickley 1847–1860 Made 38 first-class appearances, mostly for Nottinghamshire, the North and England sides.
Lea Birch 1844–1845 Played two first-class matches for Manchester sides, playing other matches for the side between 1827 and 1856. Father of Scholes Birch. Two other sons also played for Manchester sides in club cricket. [20]
Scholes Birch 1845–1852 Played in six first-class matches, three for each of Manchester and Lancashire. Son of Lea Birch.
Maxwell Blacker 1841 Made a single appearance for Oxford University. [21]
Valentine Blacker 1847 A single first-class match for Suffolk is all that is known about his cricket career. [22]
William Blake 1847 Played in two first-class matches for Suffolk. [23]
Richard Blaker 1842–1843 Played in seven first-class matches for Cambridge University. His grandson, Dick Blaker, played for the University and for Kent. [24]
Nathaniel Bland 1836–1841 Played in two first-class matches, one for MCC in 1836 and one for a Fast Bowlers side in 1841.
Edward Vesey Bligh 1848–1864 Played 40 first-class matches, mainly for Kent and the Gentlemen of Kent. His family were associated with Kent and Bligh was one of the founders of the 1859 County Club based at Maidstone.
Francis Blomfield 1848 A single first-class match for Cambridge University.
Edward Blore 1848–1855 Played 18 first-class matches, mostly for Cambridge University.
Richard Bodle 1838–1849 Played 15 first-class matches, 14 of which were for Hampshire sides.
William Procter Bolland 1836–1843 Played nine times in first-class matches for MCC.
John Boning 1822–1847 Played in 35 first-class matches for Cambridge Town-based teams.
John Borrer 1837–1845 Made four first-class appearances.
Frederick Bosworth 1849 A single first-class match for the Gentlemen of Kent during the 1849 Canterbury Cricket Week. [25]
George Boudier 1840–1847 Made 17 first-class appearances, 12 of which were for Cambridge University.
Thomas Bourke 1843–1845 Made four first-class appearances, three of which were for Hampshire sides.
Claude Bowes-Lyon 1843–1846 Future 13th Earl of Strathmore and Kinghorne who was born Claude Lyon-Bowes, he played four first-class matches, three for MCC and one for an amateur Gentlemen of England side. Brother of Thomas Lyon-Bowes, 12th Earl of Strathmore and Kinghorne who played whilst styled Lord Strathmore.
William Bowyer-Smijth 1845–1848 Played twice for MCC.
Thomas Box 1826–1856 Played in 247 first-class matches as a wicket-keeper, including in every match played by Sussex between 1832 and 1856. Played in 20 Gentlemen v Players matches for the Players and was considered one of the best wicket-keepers and batsmen of his era. He leased the Royal Brunswick Ground in Hove until 1863. [26]
C. Bradshaw 1844–1849 Played in seven first-class matches, six for Manchester and one for a Lancashire XI, as well as in a number of other matches for Manchester clubs. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical details are known. [27]
John Bradshaw 1833–1849 A total of six first-class appearances.
Stephen Braybrooke 1844–1845 Played for Manchester throughout the 1840s, making two first-class appearances for the side. [28]
Thomas Brenchley 1848–1851 Played in 11 first-class matches for Kent and the Gentlemen of Kent.
Philip Brett 1846–1847 Played twice for Cambridge University.
George Brockwell 1844–1857 Played in 44 first-class matches for Surrey sides.
Henry Bromley 1844 Played in a single first-class match for MCC. [29]
Charles Brown 1842–1861 Made 33 first-class appearances, most frequently for Nottinghamshire.
John Brown 1842 A single first-class match for a Players of Nottinghamshire side
John Brown 1849 Just one first-class match for a Hampshire side.
William Brown 1836–1843 Eight first-class matches played.
William Bruce 1844–1846 Played two first-class matches for the Gentlemen of Kent [30]
David Buchanan 1850–1881 Played in 62 first-class matches in a career which spanned more than 30 years and was considered one of the best slow bowlers of his time. [31]
John Bulbeck 1842 Played a single first-class match for a Hampshire XI.
John Buller 1850 The son of John Yarde-Buller, 1st Baron Churston, Buller played a single first-class match for Oxford University. He died before his father and his eldest son, also John, succeeded his grandfather as Baron. [32]
James Redfoord Bulwer 1841–1845 Played in seven first-class matches for Cambridge University and MCC.
James Burbeary 1846–1852 Played for Sheffield-based sides, making five first-class appearances. [33]
Lord Burghley 1846–1851 Made 11 first-class appearances.
Thomas Burgoyne junior 1835–1841 Played four times in first-class matches for MCC.
William Burley 1844 Played in a solitary match for a Yorkshire XI. [34]
Tom Burlinson 1844–1845 Made three first-class appearances for Yorkshire sides. [35]
George Burnett 1849–1850 Played twice for the Gentlemen of Kent.
George Burr 1840–1841 Three appearances for Cambridge University.
William Burrin 1843 Played in a single match for Oxford University. [36]
Edward Bushby 1843–1854 Made 64 first-class appearances, most frequently for Sussex sides.
Butcher 1842 Played in a single first-class match for Hampshire. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [37]
George Butler 1841–1852 Generally playing for Nottinghamshire-based sides, Butler made 36 first-class appearances.
John Buttery 1843–1852 Played in nine first-class matches for Nottinghamshire and then Lancashire sides.
William Buttress 1849–1861 Played for Cambridge-based sides, making 17 first-class appearances.
Frederick Byron 1841 Played in a single match for Oxford University. [38]

C[edit]

Name Seasons Comments Ref
Julius Caesar 1849–1867 Played in 194 first-class matches, of which over 120 were for Surrey, before coaching the game at Charterhouse School.
Walter Caffyn 1844 Played in a single match for a Surrey XI against MCC. Uncle of Billy Caffyn. [39]
Billy Caffyn 1849–1873 Played in 200 first-class matches, including on the first tours of North America and Australia. Played mainly for Surrey, although he also spent a number of seasons in Australia in the 1860s. Nephew of Walter Caffyn.
Will Caldecourt 1821–1844 42 first-class matches, mainly for MCC and England XIs.
Edward Calverley 1846–1855 Made 21 first-class appearances, 15 of which were for Cambridge University. Changed him name from Edward Blayds in 1852.
Charles Calvert 1848–1849 Played in five first-class matches.
Charles Cameron 1849 Played regularly in non-first-class matches for Liverpool throughout the 1840s and made a single first-class appearance for a Lancashire side in 1849.
Campbell 1849 A single first-class match for the Slow Bowlers. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [40]
Archibald Campbell 1843 A single first-class match for a Hampshire side.
Straton Campbell 1844–1845 After one match for the Gentlemen in 1844, he played three times for Cambridge University the following season.
George Carpenter 1838–1844 Played in nine matches, all for Cambridge-based sides. Brother of William Carpenter. Another brother, Robert, played between the 1850s and 1870s and is considered one of the best batsmen of his era.
William Carpenter 1843 Made one first-class appearance for the Cambridge Town Club. Brother of George Carpenter. Another brother, Robert, played between the 1850s and 1870s and is considered one of the best batsmen of his era. [41]
William Carter 1845–1846 Played three matches for Kent.
Henry Casson 1850–1852 Played in five first-class matches for Cambridge University.
James Challen senior 1845–1849 Played in seven first-class matches, four for Sussex and three for Petworth. Father of James Challen junior.
James Challen junior 1848–1857 Made 21 first-class appearances, 19 of which were for Sussex. Son of James Challen senior.
Thomas Chamberlayne 1842–1849 Played in 15 first-class matches, mainly for Hampshire sides. Played regularly in club cricket, including for MCC, and was MCC President 1845/46.
Claude William Champion de Crespigny, 3rd Baronet 1843 A single first-class match for MCC is all that is known of his cricket career.
Frederick Champion de Crespigny 1843–1851 Played in three first-class matches, once each for Cambridge University, Nottinghamshire and the Gentlemen of England.
John Chapman 1842–1848 Played in 13 first-class matches for Nottinghamshire-based sides.
W. Chapman 1850 Played one match for MCC against Sussex. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical details are known. [42]
Richard Charteris 1847 The second son of Francis Wemyss-Charteris, 9th Earl of Wemyss, he played one first-class match for MCC. [43]
George Chatterton 1846–1861 Made 71 first-class appearances for a variety of sides, appearing initially for Yorkshire and Sheffield sides and later more frequently for MCC and the North as well as playing for All-England sides.
George Cherry 1841–1844 Nine first-class appearances for Oxford University. [44]
Richard Cheslyn 1825–1846 Made 10 first-class appearances.
James Chester 1846–1859 Played in 45 first-class matches, mainly for Surrey and MCC sides.
Joseph William Chitty 1846–1861 Appeared in seven first-class, having captained Eton College as a schoolboy.
Henry Cholmondeley 1844 A solitary first-class match for MCC. [45]
Alfred Christopher 1843 Played three times for Cambridge University.
Frederick Christy 1846–1862 Played only three first-class matches, all for Surrey sides, over a period of 17 years.
C. Clarke 1846 Played one first-class match for Sheffield. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical details are known. [46]
William Clarke 1826–1845 Played in 143 first-class matches. Described as "one of the most remarkable cricketers of the nineteenth century", Clarke played for Nottingham. He formed the William Clarke's All-England Eleven, a team of touring professionals, in 1846. [47]
William Grasett Clarke 1840–1848 Played in four first-class matches, including in the 1840 University Match. [48]
Charles Clayton 1850 A lone first-class match for the Gentlemen of Kent is all that is known about Clayton's cricketing career. [49]
William Clement 1848 One first-class match for Hampshire. Clement played club cricket in the county in the early 1850s. [50]
Francis Clifford 1849–1860 Clifford played in a total of 53 known first-class matches, almost all of them for Kent sides. Brother of William Clifford.
William Clifford 1834–1841 Played 29 first-class matches, primarily for Kent sides. Brother of Francis Clifford.
Stephen Clissold 1844–1848 Made eight first-class appearances, six for Cambridge University and two for MCC. [51]
George Coates 1844–1855 Played in 24 first-class matches, including 13 for Yorkshire sides and eight for Sheffield.
James Cobbett 1826–1841 Played in 100 first-class matches for a range of sides, mainly for MCC, where he was a professional bowler for 16 seasons, and England XIs. Considered one of the best all-rounders of his era. [52]
John Cocker 1842 A single first-class match for a Kent side in 1842. Cocker, who was also known as Joe, emigrated to South Australia in 1846 and was the secretary of Adelaide Cricket Club, was the first groundsman at the Adelaide Oval and was influential in the game in South Australia. [53]
John Coker 1840–1844 Played 11 first-class matches. [54]
Arthur Coleridge 1850 A single first-class match for Cambridge University. Coleridge is better known as an amateur musician.
Charles Coleridge 1848–1852 Played in 11 first-class match, five of which were for Oxford University.
Frederick Coleridge 1847–1850 Played in two first-class matches, both for Oxford University.
Charles Coltson 1843–1851 Made 13 appearances in first-class matches, mostly for Surrey sides.
William Commerell 1843–1846 Played in five first-class matches.
Francis Compton 1848–1854 Played in six first-class matches before becoming a Member of Parliament in Hampshire.
George Cooke 1849–1853 Played in 18 first-class matches, mainly for Manchester and Lancashire sides.
Henry Cooke 1844–1848 Played in five matches for Manchester sides. Other than his name, no biographical information is known. [55]
C. Cooper 1848 Played in one first-class match for a Hampshire XI. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical details are known. [56]
Henry Cornwell 1844–1849 Played in 11 first-class matches, mainly for sides from Cambridge. [57]
Allan Cowburn 1841 Played three first-class matches for Oxford University.
Thomas Craven 1837–1851 Played in 14 first-class matches. [58]
Charles Creswell 1836–1843 Played in 11 first-class matches.
Charles Crofts 1840–1843 Played in three first-class matches, once for Sussex and twice for Cambridge University.
Andrew Crossland 1844–1857 Played in eight first-class matches, five for Yorkshire sides.
Charles Currer 1846–1852 Made six first-class appearances, three of which were for Oxford University. Later changed his name to Charles Roundell and became a Member of Parliament.
Sir Frederick Currie, 2nd Baronet 1845–1846 Six first-class matches, including for Cambridge University.
Herbert Mascall Curteis 1841–1860 A total of 57 first-class matches, mainly for Sussex.

D[edit]

Name Seasons Comments Ref
Joseph Dacre 1845–1846 Made three appearances in first-class cricket, all of them for Cambridge University. [59]
Samuel Dakin 1840–1855 Played in 45 first-class matches for a wide range of teams, most frequently for MCC or The North.
George Dallas 1848–1850 Played in three first-class matches.
Harrison Dalton 1846 A single first-class match for MCC.
James Dark 1815–1843 Played in 17 matches before going on to own Lord's, which he developed as a ground.
Earl of Darnley 1848 Played a single match for the Gentlemen of Kent. Part of the Bligh family which had a long association with Kent cricket. [60]
John Davidson 1828–1845 Played in six first-class matches.
William Davies 1844 A single first-class match for the West of England. Davies is also known to have played for Herefordshire in non-first-class matches.
William Davies 1846–1848 Played in nine first-class matches for Oxford University. [61]
James Davis 1843–1850 Made four first-class appearances, three of which were for Surrey sides.
Daniel Day 1842–1852 Played in 50 first-class matches, the majority for Surrey and Hampshire sides.
Henry Deacon 1840–1842 Played in five first-class matches. [62]
William Deacon 1847–1850 Played in 13 first-class matches, including nine for Cambridge University and three for the Gentlemen of Kent. [63]
Jemmy Dean 1835–1861 Played in 305 first-class matches, most frequently for Sussex or MCC. Helped form the United All-England XI with John Wisden. [64]
George Deane 1848 A single first-class match for a Hampshire side. Deane was the first first-class cricketer to reach the age of 100 years old.
James Dearman 1826–1846 Played 22 first-class matches, primarily for Sheffield or Yorkshire sides.
William Denison 1832–1847 Played in eight first-class matches.
Lambert Denne 1850–1863 Played in 14 first-class matches, most frequently for Kent sides.
William de St Croix 1839–1843 Made 15 first-class appearances, 12 of which were for Cambridge University.
Henry des Voeux 1844 Two first-class appearances for Oxford University.
Edward Dewing 1842–1848 Most of the 38 first-class appearances Dewing played in were for MCC or Cambridge University.
John Dicker 1840–1844 Played in three first-class matches, two of which were for Kent sides.
George Dickins 1848–1864 Played seven times in first-class cricket, generally for Kent sides.
Alfred Diver 1843–1866 Played in 84 first-class matches for a wide range of sides.
John Dolignon 1832–1844 Five first-class appearances.
William Dorrinton 1836–1848 Made 94 first-class appearances, mainly for Kent and MCC.
Edward Dowell 1844–1845 Played five first-class matches for Cambridge University.
Burrell Driver 1847–1853 Six matches for Surrey sides.
George Druce 1842 A single match for Cambridge University. Went on to become a Queen's Counsel.
Lord Drumlanrig 1841 MCC member who played twice of the club in first-class matches, both times against university sides.
Alfred Dryden 1841–1843 Played a total of seven first-class matches, all for Oxford University.
Charles du Cane 1848–1855 Four matches for Oxford University and one for the Gentlemen of England in first-class matches.
John Dudlow 1841 A single match for a Kent XI.
Huntley Duff 1844–1846 Played once for MCC and once for the Gentlemen of England
Thomas Dury 1846 Played a single first-class match for an England XI. [65]
Frederick Dyer 1849–1854 Four first-class matches, all for the Gentlemen of Kent. [66]
Thomas Dykes 1844 Two matches, one for Cambridge University and the other for MCC. [67]

E[edit]

Name Seasons Comments Ref
John Earl 1844–1845 Played in two first-class matches for Manchester against Yorkshire XIs. Father of John H Earl. [68]
John H. Earl 1849–1852 Played in two first-class matches, one for Manchester in 1849 and one for Lancashire in 1852. Son of John Earl. [69]
Alfred Earnshaw 1846–1847 Five matches for Surrey sides.
Charles Ormston Eaton 1847–1853 Made three first-class appearances, two for MCC and once for an England XI
Frederick Eden 1850 A single first-class match for Oxford University. Cousin of Frederick Morton Eden. [70]
Frederick Morton Eden 1849–1853 Played in nine first-class matches for Oxford University and MCC. Cousin of Frederick Eden. [71]
David Edwards 1826–1843 Played 26 first-class matches, all for Cambridge-based sides.
Robert Edwards 1849–1850 Played four matches for Cambridge University. [72]
W. Edwards 1832–1843 Played in seven first-class matches, mainly for the Cambridge Town Club. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical details are known. [73]
T. C. Elliott 1844–1850 Played in four first-class matches for Hampshire sides. Other than a surname and initials, no biographical details are known. [74]
Thomas Ellis 1849–1851 Played eight times for Yorkshire in first-class cricket.
Michael Ellison 1846–1855 Played 16 times in first-class cricket and later was influential in the forming of Yorkshire County Cricket Club.
Charles Elmhirst 1848 An officer in the British Army who later rose to the rank of lieutenant-colonel, Elmhirst played a single first-class match for Manchester.
Edward Elmhirst 1834–1843 Played in 15 first-class matches.
M. Erle 1849 A single match for MCC. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical details are known. [75]
William Evershed 1845–1849 Made three first-class appearances and played primarily for Petworth in other matches.
Mortimer Ewen 1839–1844 Played in seven first-class matches, six of which were for Sussex.

F[edit]

Name Seasons Comments Ref
Frederick Fagge 1833–1853 Played in 44 first-class matches, primarily for Kent or the Gentlemen of Kent.
Valentine Faithfull 1841 A single match for Cambridge University is all that is known of Faithfull's cricket. He became a clergyman.
Nicholas Felix 1830–1852 Made 132 first-class appearances, 52 of which were for Kent and 23 for Surrey. Felix was a pseudonym: his actual surname was Wanostrocht. Described as "one of the most remarkable cricketers of all times". [76]
Harvey Fellows 1847–1869 Played in 67 first-class matches for a wide variety of amateur sides, most frequently for MCC.
William Fenn 1848–1853 Played 12 first-class matches, nine for Cambridge University and three for the Gentlemen of Kent. [77]
Francis Fenner 1829–1856 Played 54 first-class matches, most frequently for Cambridge-based sides. Established Fenner's ground in Cambridge.
William Ffolkes 1845 Played twice for the West.
John Fiennes 1850–1852 Two first-class matches for MCC. [78]
George Figg 1850–1866 Played throughout East Anglia in club cricket, including for both Norfolk and Suffolk, and was the professional at Norwich and Norfolk Cricket Club between 1850 and 1872. Made 11 first-class appearances, one for Middlesex and ten for Sussex. [79]
Charles Fitzwilliam 1849 A single first-class match for MCC.
Henry Flear 1843 A single first-class match for Nottinghamshire.
William Ford 1839–1849 Played in six first-class matches. Three sons, William Justice Ford, Augustus Ford and Francis Ford all played first-class cricket. [80]
B. S. Foster 1845 Played in one first-class match for the West of England cricket team as well as in other matches for Lansdown and for Somerset XIs. Other than a surname and initials, no biographical details are known. [81]
Henry Staples Foster 1844–1850 Played in seven first-class match, mainly for Cambridge sides and all in the city. [82]
John Foxcraft 1837–1842 Played four times for Nottinghamshire sides.
Henry Francis 1849–1862 A total of seven first-class matches, all for Cambridge or Cambridgeshire sides. [83]
William Franks 1845–1848 Seven first-class matches, all for MCC. [84]
James Freeling 1843–1844 Three first-class matches.
Charles Thomas Freer 1842–1846 Eight matches for MCC. [85]
Thomas French 1841–1844 Made ten appearances in first-class cricket, nine for Cambridge University and one for the Cambridge Town Club.
Henry Frere 1850–1868 Amateur who played 13 first-class matches, including for Hampshire and Sussex.
Henry Fuller 1841 A single first-class match for the Cambridge Town club. [86]

G[edit]

Name Seasons Comments Ref
Edward Gale 1843–1845 Seven first-class matches for Hampshire.
Frederick Gale 1845 A noted cricket writer who played two first-class matches, one for Kent and the other for the Gentlemen of Kent.
George Galloway 1837–1844 Played in four first-class matches.
Gloucester Gambier 1838–1844 Played in three first-class matches. [87]
Edward Garland 1846–1853 Both of Garland's matches were for Surrey sides.
William Garrat 1832–1845 Made a total of 32 appearances in first-class matches, most frequently for Nottinghamshire-based sides.
Henry Garth 1844 An Old Etonian who was born Henry Lowndes, Garth played in a single first-class match for MCC. Brother of Richard Garth. [88]
Richard Garth 1839–1844 Played in 21 first-class matches, mostly for MCC and Oxford University. Brother of Henry Garth.
Charles Gausden 1847–1851 All five of his first-class matches were for Sussex.
Augustus George 1844–1849 Played in 26 first-class matches for a variety of amateur sides, most frequently MCC.
John Gibson 1837–1842 Made a total of four first-class appearances, three of which were for Nottinghamshire-based sides.
John Gilbert 1843–1848 Played four times for Nottinghamshire sides, setting a record for the most runs scored in an innings for Notts on his debut. The record stood for 16 years. [89]
Joseph Gillott 1848 Played for Sheffield between 1846 and 1850, making a single first-class appearance for the side against Manchester.
William Gillow 1847 A single match for Gentlemen of Kent at the 1847 Canterbury Cricket Week is all that is known of Gillow's cricketing career. [90]
Arthur Girling 1841–1848 Most of Girling's eight first-class matches were for Manchester.
John Glennie 1848 A single first-class match for Cambridge University is all that is known of Glennie's cricket career.
Charles Goldie 1846 A single first-class appearance filling in for an absent player.
Billy Good 1831–1847 Played in 68 first-class matches, most frequently for MCC.
Charles Gordon 1844–1862 Played in 27 first-class matches.
George Gowan 1849–1862 Played once for MCC in 1849 and once for the Gentlemen of the North in 1862.
William Green 1841–1842 Two matches for Kent sides.
James Greenwood 1842–1847 All seven of Greenwood's first-class matches were for Hampshire sides.
Edward Grimston 1832–1849 Played in 32 first-class matches, mainly for MCC. Brother of James and Robert Grimston.
Francis Grimston 1843–1851 Made 18 first-class appearances.
James Grimston, 2nd Earl of Verulam 1830–1849 Made 21 first-class appearances, most frequently for MCC. Brother of Edward and Robert Grimston. Succeeded his father as 2nd Earl of Verulam in 1845. MCC President in 1837–38 and 1867–68.
Robert Grimston 1836–1855 Played in 63 first-class matches, most frequently for MCC or the Gentlemen of England. MCC President 1883–84 and the only President of the club to have died in office. Brother of Edward and James Grimston.
Robert Groom 1846 Both of Groom's first-class matches were for Surrey sides.
Frederick Gruggen 1844–1845 Four first-class matches for Cambridge University.
James Grundy 1850–1869 Played for Nottinghamshire, missing only one match played by the county between 1851 and 1867. Grundy was a professional and employed as a bowler at Lord's from 1851, he played over 120 of his 298 first-class matches for MCC. [91]
Lord Guernsey 1847–1856 Played in 21 first-class matches, most frequently for MCC, which he was President of in 1850/51.
Joe Guy 1837–1854 Made 148 first-class appearances, most commonly for England sides or teams from Nottinghamshire.

H[edit]

Name Seasons Comments Ref
Hadden 1842–1843 Played in two first-class matches, one for the Gentlemen of Nottinghamshire in 1842 and then for a Hampshire side against Nottingham the following year. Other than a surname, no biographical details are known. [92]
Hagger 1845 Played a single first-class match for a Cambridge Town and Country Club side. Other than a surname, no biographical details are known. [93]
Israel Haggis 1834–1849 Played in 20 first-class matches, mainly for Cambridge-based sides. [94]
John Hall 1844–1863 Played four times in first-class cricket for Yorkshire sides.
William Hammersley 1847–1854 Hammersley played 29 of his first-class matches in England before emigrating to Australia where he played for Victoria.
Charles Hammond 1841–1854 A total of 49 first-class matches, the majority for Sussex.
R. Hampson 1845 Played one first-class match for Manchester as well as appearing in occasional other matches for the team between 1827 and 1855. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical details are known. [95]
Octavius Hanbury 1849 A single first-class match for Oxford University.
Archibald Harenc 1840–1859 Played in 14 first-class matches, generally for amateur sides such as the Gentlemen of Kent, as well as a number of other matches for the same side. Also played a non-first-class match for Canada against the United States in 1845 at McGill University in Montréal. Brother of Charles, Edward and Henry Harenc. [96]
Charles Harenc 1830–1849 Played in 56 first-class matches, most frequently for the Gentlemen of Kent and for Kent sides both before and after the formation of Kent County Cricket Club. Had captained Harrow School and went on to play a number of non-first-class matches for sides such as I Zingari. Brother of Archibald, Edward and Henry Harenc. [97]
Edward Harenc 1837–1841 Played in four first-class matches, once for the Gentlemen of Kent in 1837 and three times for Cambridge University in 1840 and 1841. Brother of Archibald, Charles and Henry Harenc.
Edward Hartnell 1844–1862 Made his 22 first-class appearances for a wide variety of amateur sides.
Edward Hartopp 1841–1857 Hartopp's 69 first-class matches were played for a variety of sides, most frequently MCC.
Frederick Haslett 1837–1841 Six first-class matches for Sussex teams.
Thomas Hassell 1847 A single first-class match for Kent.
George Fowler Hastings 1843 A single first-class match for Hampshire. Hastings became a Vice-Admiral in a long naval career.
Charles Hawkins 1838–1845 Played in 57 first-class matches, most frequently for Sussex or England XIs.
John Hay 1843 Old Etonian who played once for MCC. [98]
Arthur Haygarth 1844–1861 Haygarth wrote about cricket as well as playing. He made 136 first-class appearances for a range of amateur sides.
Daniel Hayward 1832–1851 Appeared in 24 first-class matches, primarily for Cambridge-based sides.
John Heath 1842–1854 Most of Heath's 26 first-class matches were for Surrey sides.
Thomas Heath 1828–1848 Played in 20 first-class matches for sides from Nottinghamshire.
William Hemming 1848 Three matches for Cambridge University.
Sir Frederick Hervey-Bathurst, 3rd Baronet 1831–1861 Played in 92 first-class matches, most frequently for Gentlemen's sides and MCC.
Henry Hildyard 1843–1846 A total of five matches, four for Oxford University and one for MCC.
Lord Edwin Hill 1841–1843 Played six first-class matches for MCC.
William Hillyer 1835–1853 Played in 230 first-class matches, most frequently for MCC and Kent. Considered "one of the greatest bowlers of his period". [99]
Edmund Hinkly 1846–1858 Played in 43 first-class matches, most of them for Kent for whom he took 10 wickets in an innings in 1848, the first time that anyone is recorded as having done so in first-class cricket. Hinkly was a professional who toured with the All-England Eleven, often playing as a given man for the teams opponents.[a]
Arthur Hoare 1844–1849 Played in 21 first-class matches, 12 of which were for Cambridge University.
Charles Hoare 1846–1858 Made 26 appearances in first-class matches, most frequently for Surrey sides.
James Hodson 1838–1854 Played in 54 first-class matches, 51 of which were for Sussex.
John Holdsworth 1844 A single first-class match for a Yorkshire side. Very little is known about Holdsworth other than he was born in 1811 and died in 1884. [100]
Frederick Hollands 1849–1859 A left-arm spin bowler who played most of his 31 first-class matches for Kent.
Lewis Hollingworth 1845–1846 Made just three first-class appearances, all for Kent.
William Hollis 1841–1843 Played in seven first-class matches, once for Kent and then six times for MCC as a wicket-keeper during the single season he was a professional at the club.
Robert Honywood 1845–1847 Seven first-class matches for Oxford University.
Phipps Hornby 1842 A single first-class match for a Hampshire side.
William Hounsell 1849–1850 Both of Hounsell's first-class appearances were for Hampshire XIs.
Charles Howard 1844 A single first-class match for Kent.
Ferdinand Huddleston 1841–1843 Made four first-class appearances.
George Hughes 1845 A single match for Oxford University.
Thomas Hughes 1842 The author of Tom Brown's Schooldays, Hughes was a keen cricketer but only played in one first-class match whilst at Oxford University.
Thomas Fiott Hughes 1843–1845 Eight first-class matches, all for Cambridge University. [101]
Abraham Hume 1839–1844 Played in 12 first-class matches for Cambridge University or MCC.
George Humphry 1845–1850 Five first-class matches for Hampshire sides. Brother of William Humphry.
William Humphry 1848–1854 Eight of Humphry's 14 first-class matches were for Sussex. Brother of George Humphry.
Tom Hunt 1845–1858 Played in 39 first-class matches, generally for northern sides.
Benjamin Huntsman 1846–1852 Played in seven first-class matches, six for Sheffield and one for a Yorkshire XI. [102]
Edmund Hurst 1843 A single match for Oxford University is all that is known of Hurst.[b] [103]
John Hurst 1843 A single match for Oxford University.[b] [104]
Richard Hurst 1843 A single match for Oxford University.[b] [105]
H. Hurt 1846–1849 Played three first-class matches, two for Sheffield and one for a Yorkshire XI. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical details are known. [106]
William Hutt 1842 A single match for the Cambridge Town Club. [107]

I[edit]

Name Seasons Comments Ref
John Ibbetson 1845 Both of Ibbetson's first-class appearances were for Yorkshire sides. [108]
Townsend Ince 1849 A single match for MCC. [109]
William Ingle 1845 A solitary match for a Yorkshire XI. [110]

J[edit]

Name Seasons Comments Ref
George Jackson 1844 Played a single match for the Gentlemen of Kent during the 1844 Canterbury Cricket Week. [111]
William Jackson 1844–1848 Played four times for teams from Nottinghamshire, including twice for the county club.
George Jarvis 1826–1841 Played in a total of 37 first-class matches, generally for sides from Nottinghamshire.
Henry Jenner 1839–1842 Played in four first-class matches. [112]
Charles Jenyns 1849–1850 Six first-class matches, all for sides associated with Cambridge University. [113]
William Jervis 1848–1873 A total of five matches at first-class level. Was President of Derbyshire from 1871 to 1887.
Isaac Johnson 1840–1843 Played three times for Nottinghamshire.
John Johnson 1848 A pair of first-class matches for Nottingham.
Richard Johnson 1850 Two first-class matches for Cambridge University.
Alfred Jones 1847 Jones played twice for Kent in 1847, on both occasions against Surrey. He is believed to have been from Canterbury, but no biographical information, other than his name, is known. [114][115]
Morgan Jones 1849–1850 Played in two first-class matches for Oxford University.
John Jones-Bateman 1848 A single match for Cambridge University.
Rowland Jones-Bateman 1846–1849 Nine first-class appearances.
Jonathan Joy 1849–1867 A total of 11 first-class matches for sides from Yorkshire.

K[edit]

Name Seasons Comments Ref
Robert William Keate 1832–1853 Played in 39 first-class matches, 21 of which were for MCC.
Richard Ker 1841–1842 A total of three first-class matches, all for Oxford University.
George Kettle 1839–1851 A total of 15 first-class appearances.
George King 1842–1864 King played 19 times at first-class level, 18 of which were for Sussex.
Robert Turner King 1846–1851 King played 46 first-class matches for a variety of sides. He played most frequently for Cambridge University.
Henry Robert Kingscote 1825–1844 Made 33 first-class appearances. President of MCC 1827/28.
John Kirwan 1836–1842 Made 18 first-class appearances, 14 of which were for Cambridge University.
Henry Knatchbull 1827–1849 Played in 41 first-class matches for a wide range of sides
Brook Knight 1844–1845 Amateur who played in five matches.
Roger Kynaston 1830–1854 Played in 166 first-class matches, including 111 for MCC and more for related sides. Secretary of MCC between 1842 and 1858.

L[edit]

Name Seasons Comments Ref
John Lambert 1842 Played in two first-class matches for MCC as well as a number of other matches for the club after leaving Harrow School. [116]
M. Lambert 1845 Played a single match for a Yorkshire XI. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical details are known. [117]
Matthias Lancaster 1850 A single first-class match for the Gentlemen of Kent. [118]
George Langdon 1839–1842 15 first-class matches played, mainly for Sussex sides.
Charles Langton 1849 A pair of first-class matches for Lancashire sides.
William Lautour 1838–1849 Played in 18 first-class matches for a range of amateur sides.
Richard Layton 1847–1849 Two first-class matches, one for Suffolk and one for the All England Eleven. [119]
Francis Lear 1843–1844 PLayed in four first-class matches.
George Lee 1842–1860 Three first-class matches for three different sides. Brother of Henry Lee.
Godfrey Lee 1837–1845 Played in eight first-class matches, most frequently for Oxford University.
Henry Lee 1842 A single first-class appearance for an England XI. Is known to have played for teams based in Yorkshire in other matches between 1847 and 1871. Brother of George Lee. [120]
John Lee 1845–1850 A total of 36 first-class matches, 17 of them for Cambridge University.
Charles Leech 1847 A single first-class match for Suffolk [121]
John Lefeaver 1841–1854 Nine first-class matches for Kent.
James Leith 1846–1849 Played in ten matches for Cambridge University.
Richard Lenton 1828–1841 Played in three first-class matches for Cambridge-based sides.
Charles Leslie 1841 A solitary first-class match for Oxford University.
John Leslie 1843 Played in three first-class matches. Brother of Charles Leslie. [122]
Thomas Lewis 1837–1846 Played in two first-class matches, one for the Gentlemen in 1837 and one for a Surrey side in 1846.
George Liddell 1840–1852 Played in 25 first-class matches, most frequently for MCC.
James Lillywhite 1850–1860 Played 20 first-class matches, mostly for Sussex. James Lillywhite's Cricketers' Annual is named after him and was published by his family. Son of William Lillywhite and brother of John Lillywhite.
John Lillywhite 1848–1873 Played in 185 first-class matches, including 100 for Sussex. Son of William Lillywhite and brother of James Lillywhite.
William Lillywhite 1825–1853 Played in 237 first-class matches, mainly for Sussex, MCC and England XI. One of the first major rounder bowlers. Father of James and John Lillywhite.
Henry Lindow 1849 Four first-class matches.
Charles Lloyd 1833–1850 Played in five first-class matches, four of which were for MCC.
Charles Loch 1845–1848 Five matches for Oxford University. [123]
Tom Lockyer 1849–1866 Played in over 200 first-class matches, including over 100 for Surrey sides.
Lord Henry Loftus 1841–1842 Irish cricketer who played in five first-class matches, three of them for Oxford University and two for the MCC.
Frederick Long 1836–1841 Played in five first-class matches, four of them for Cambridge University and one for the Cambridge Town Club.
Richard Long 1845–1846 Eleven first-class matches for a variety of sides, including five for Cambridge University.
Richard Lowndes 1841 Two first-class matches for Oxford University. Brother of Samuel Lowndes. [124]
Samuel Lowndes 1846–1847 Played three matches for MCC. Brother of Richard Lowndes. [125]
Alfred Lowth 1836–1841 Played in eight first-class matches.
Henry Lowther 1819–1843 47 first-class matches, primarily for MCC sides.
J W Maxwell Lyte 1846 One match for an England XI. Other than a partial name his identity is unclear. [126]

M[edit]

Name Seasons Comments Ref
Archibald Macdonald 1841 A single first-class match for MCC. [127]
William Mackworth 1845–1848 A pair of first-class appearances, one for Cambridge University and one for Manchester.
Claude Magnay 1841 A lone first-class match for Cambridge University is all that is known of Magnay's cricket career.
Charles Maitland 1842–1843 A pair of matches for MCC. [128]
Henry Maltby 1842–1844 Five matches, four for the Gentlemen of Nottinghamshire and one for Nottinghamshire.[c]
Walter Marcon 1843–1844 Six first-class matches, four of them for Oxford University.
Tom Marsden 1826–1841 Played 45 first-class matches.
Alexander Marshall 1849–1860 Played in 26 first-class matches, predominantly for Surry sides.
Henry Marshall 1844–1845 Five first-class matches for MCC. Brother of John Marshall. [130]
John Marshall 1837–1845 Played in six first-class matches. Brother of Henry Marshall.
Edward Martin 1843–1851 41 first-class matches, 31 of them for Kent.
J. Martin 1846 Played twice in first-class matches for Manchester. Other than a surname, no biographical details are known. [131]
Will Martingell 1839–1860 Played in 182 first-class matches, most frequently for Surrey and Kent; he played 49 times for each in first-class matches. An excellent bowler, Martingell went on to coach the game.
William Mason 1832–1842 Made 11 first-class appearances for Sussex sides.
William Massey 1837–1842 Played in 13 first-class matches, nine for Cambridge University. [132]
Henry Mayne 1833–1849 Made 18 appearances in first-class matches, including seven for MCC.
John Mayo 1850–1851 Five of Mayo's six matches were for MCC. [133]
T. McConnell 1844 A single first-class match and four other matches, all for Manchester, are all that is known about his cricket career. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical details are known. [134]
Patrick McIntyre 1847 Played in both of Suffolk's first-class matches in 1847. [135]
Edward McNiven 1846–1851 Played in 12 first-class matches, mostly for Cambridge University.
Frederick Metheun 1843 A single match for MCC.
Charles Meymott 1846–1847 Two matches, both for Surrey sides.
Frederick Micklethwait 1836–1848 Made six first-class appearances. Brother of Sotherton Micklethwait.
Sotherton Micklethwait 1843 A single first-class match for Cambridge University. Brother of Frederick Micklethwait.
John Barker Mill 1842 A single first-class match for Hampshire.
George Milles 1849 Milles, who became the first Earl Sondes in 1880, owned the St Lawrence Ground in Canterbury. His family was closely associated with Kent County Cricket Club and he played in a single first-class match for the Gentlemen of Kent. He played frequently in other matches for I Zingari.
Barrington Mills 1841–1845 Played eight matches for Oxford University and three for MCC.
Richard Mills 1825–1843 A total of 47 first-class matches, primarily for Kent sides.
William Mills 1840–1844 Played in 16 first-class matches, 11 of which were for Cambridge University.
George Millyard 1835–1842 Played in 50 first-class matches, most frequently for Sussex sides.
John Minter 1843 Played once for the Gentlemen of Kent during the 1843 Canterbury Cricket Week. [136]
Henry Moberly 1842–1845 Played ten times for Oxford University.
Thomas Moncreiffe 1841–1852 Six of his seven first-class matches were for MCC.
William Moncrieff 1847 Born in Queensland, Moncrieff played one match for MCC. [137]
Moody 1843 A single first-class appearance for Sussex. Other than a surname, no biographical details are known. [138]
George Morley 1848 Played a single match for a combined Oxford and Cambridge Universities side. [139]
Elliot Morres 1850–1851 Played three times for Oxford University. [140]
P Morris 1842 Played in one first-class match as well as one other match, both for Sussex sides. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical details are known. [141]
Charles Morse 1842–1862 A total of 40 first-class matches.
Thomas Lloyd-Mostyn 1849–1853 Four first-class matches, three for MCC and one for Oxford University.
Pierrepont Mundy 1838–1853 Played in nine first-class matches. [142]
Daniel Murcutt 1837–1842 Played five time for Cambridge Town Club sides. [143]
William Musters 1829–1848 Played in 10 first-class matches, most frequently for Nottingham or Nottinghamshire sides.
Alfred Mynn 1832–1859 Nicknamed the "Lion of Kent", Mynn made 212 first-class appearances, most frequently playing for Kent both before an after the formation of the first county club in 1842. Brother of Walter Mynn.
Walter Mynn 1833–1852 Played in 75 first-class matches, most frequently for Kent or the Gentlemen of Kent. Brother of Alfred Mynn.

N[edit]

Name Seasons Comments Ref
James Naper 1846 A single first-class match for MCC. [144]
Charles Napier 1838–1841 Played in eight first-class matches. [145]
Edwin Napper 1839–1862 Played in 128 first-class matches, 92 of them for Sussex. Brother of William Napper.
William Napper 1842–1860 Made 63 first-class appearances, mainly for Sussex. Brother of Edwin Napper.
Jones Nash 1847–1853 Six first-class matches, all for the Gentlemen of England against the Gentlemen of Kent. Nash played for Hertfordshire in club cricket.
Neale 1842 Played in one match for an England XI. [146]
Joseph Need 1841–1855 Two matches, both for Nottinghamshire as a wicket-keeper.
T. Needham 1843 A single match for a Midland Counties side against MCC. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical details are known. [147]
Henry Nethercote 1839–1854 Played in 18 first-class matches
Henry Neville 1844 A single first-class match for MCC. [148]
Newman 1845 Played in a single first-class match for Petworth. [149]
John Nicholson 1845 Three matches, all for Cambridge University. Brother of Ralph, Richard and William Nicholson.
Ralph Nicholson 1841–1842 Four first-class appearances. Brother of John, Richard and William Nicholson. [150]
Richard Nicholson 1837–1841 Played twice in first-class matches. Brother of John, Ralph and William Nicholson. [151]
William Nicholson 1845–1869 Played in 148 first-class matches, most frequently for MCC sides. Brother of John, Ralph and Richard Nicholson. President of MCC 1879/80.
Thomas Nixon 1841–1859 A total of 54 first-class matches, most frequently playing for MCC.
William South Norton 1849–1870 Influential in the development of Kent County Cricket Club in its early years, Norton played 87 first-class matches, most of them for Kent or the Gentlemen of Kent.
Francis Noyes 1842–1848 A total of 21 first-class matches, most frequently for Nottinghamshire sides.[d]

O[edit]

Name Seasons Comments Ref
Charles Oakeley 1848 A solitary match for Oxford University. [153]
Joseph Oates 1844 Oates was born in 1824 at Leeds and died in 1859 at Hunslet.[154] [154]
Cyril Onslow 1841 A single first-class match for a Kent XI.
Thomas Frederick Onslow 1848–1849 Two matches for Hampshire teams.
Augustus Orlebar 1845 A single match for Oxford University. [155]
Henry Osborn 1845–1860 Six matches, two for Petworth and four for Sussex.
John Oscroft 1834–1848 Nine first-class matches played for Nottinghamshire-based sides.
George Ottey 1844–1847 Ten first-class matches, all for Cambridge University.
Charles Oxenden 1844–1856 Nine first-class matches, seven for the Gentlemen of Kent and two for the Gentlemen of Kent and Sussex, all against Gentlemen of England sides and primarily during Canterbury Cricket Weeks.

P[edit]

Name Seasons Comments Ref
Elgar Pagden 1846–1848 Four matches for Manchester sides, all against Sheffield.
Henry Parker 1839–1854 Played in a total of 17 first-class matches, most frequently for Cambridge University or the Gentlemen of Kent.
Butler Parr 1835–1854 Made 23 first-class appearances, generally for Nottinghamshire-based sides.
George Parr 1844–1870 Known as the Lion of the North, Parr was considered the greatest batsman of his time and played in over 200 first-class matches in a career which lasted from 1844 to 1870. These included both of Nottingham's 1848 matches as well as 53 for Nottinghamshire.
Samuel Parr 1840–1855 Played in 25 first-class matches, generally for Nottinghamshire-based sides.
Edwin Patchitt 1840–1843 Played four times for Nottinghamshire sides.
John Patteson 1849 Played in the 1849 University Match for Oxford.
Edwin Paul 1850 A solitary match for a Middlesex side. [156]
John Paxton 1849 A single match for the North in the North v South fixture of 1849.
Charles Payne 1848 A single match for Cambridge University.
Sir Robert Peel, 3rd Baronet 1843 The son of the British Prime Minister, Peel played one first-class match for MCC. [157]
Oliver Pell 1844–1848 Played in 39 first-class matches, most frequently for Cambridge University and MCC.
John Penikett 1850–1851 Four first-class matches for Sussex.
John Peto 1847 A single match for a Surrey side.
Edward Pickering 1827–1844 Played in 15 first-class matches. Brother of Percival and William Pickering.
George Pickering 1843 A single match for MCC. [158]
Percival Pickering 1843 A single first-class match for the Surrey Club side. Brother of Edward and William Pickering.
William Pickering 1840–1848 Made 29 first-class appearances. Brother of Edward and Percival Pickering.
Henry Pickford 1844–1847 Played in 11 matches for north-west sides.
George Picknell 1835–1854 Played in 81 first-class matches, 73 times for Sussex. Brother of Robert Picknell.
Robert Picknell 1837–1845 Made 18 first-class appearances, all for Sussex. Brother of George Picknell.
Fuller Pilch 1820–1854 One of the leading batsmen of his time, Pilch, who was originally from Norfolk, was recruited to play for Kent sides before the foundation of Kent County Cricket Club. Played in a total of 229 first-class matches for a number of sides, most frequently for Kent. Uncle of William Pilch. [159]
William Pilch 1840–1857 Played 52 times, mostly for Kent. Nephew of Fuller Pilch.
Francis Pipe-Wolferstan 1846 A single first-class match for Oxford University.
James Pollitt 1847–1851 A total of 9 first-class matches, generally for sides associated with MCC.
Frederick Ponsonby, 6th Earl of Bessborough 1834–1856 Played in 67 first-class matches. Brother of Spencer Ponsonby
Spencer Ponsonby 1841–1864 Made appearances in 62 first-class matches for a wide variety of sides. Brother of Frederick Ponsonby.
Poole 1842 Played a single match for Oxford University. Other than a surname, no biographical details are known. [160]
George Porcher 1848–1851 Two matches, both for MCC. [161]
Henry Porter 1842–1843 Played in three first-class matches for Nottinghamshire sides.
James Porter 1844–1845 Three first-class matches, all for Yorkshire sides.[e] [162]
Alfred Potter 1849 Four matches for Cambridge University.
Edward Prest 1850–1859 Seven first-class matches. Brother of William Prest
William Prest 1850–1862 A total of 13 first-class matches, generally for Cambridge-based sides including the University.
Price 1828–1842 Played in four first-class matches. Was probably a Captain in the British Army, but other than this and his surname, no biographical information is known. [163]
G. Proctor 1841 Played in three first-class matches for MCC as well as in other matches for the Gentlemen of Sussex. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical details are known. [164]
Charles Pryor 1833–1859 Made 31 first-class appearances, almost all for Cambridge-based sides.

R[edit]

Name Seasons Comments Ref
William Randall 1849 A single match for Sussex.
Cyril Randolph 1844–1848 Played 11 times in first-class cricket, mostly for Cambridge University.
John Randolph 1842–1864 A total of 11 first-class matches.
Leveson Randolph 1845 A single match for Oxford University.
Charles Rashleigh 1847 A solitary first-class matches for the Gentlemen of Kent. [165]
Jonathan Rashleigh 1841–1842 Four first-class matches, all for Oxford University.
Abram Rawlinson 1849–1853 A pair of first-class matches for MCC. [166]
Henry Raymond-Barker 1841–1847 Eight first-class matches.
A. Ready 1843 Played a single match for MCC. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical details are known. [167]
Sam Redgate 1830–1846 Considered one of the best bowlers of the 1830s, Redgate played in 78 first-class matches, primarily for Nottinghamshire sides and the Cambridge Town Club. [168]
Edmund Reeves 1848–1852 Played in 21 first-class matches, most frequently for Surrey sides.
J. Richardson 1840–1843 Played in five first-class matches. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [169]
Arthur Ridding 1846–1850 Played 13 times for Oxford University. Brother of Charles and William Ridding.
Charles Ridding 1845–1864 Played 29 first-class matches, including 12 for Oxford University. Brother of Arthur and William Ridding.
William Ridding 1849–1861 Ten of his 17 first-class matches were for Oxford University. Brother of Arthur and Charles Ridding.
Robert Ringwood 1840–1849 Played in 16 matches for Cambridge-based sides. [170]
Stephen Rippingall 1845 Three first-class matches, all for Cambridge University.
R. Roberts 1848 A single first-class match for the Surrey Club. Roberts is known to have played for the club in other matches between 1848 and 1858 and for the Gentlemen of Surrey amateur side. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical details are known. [171]
Reuben Roby 1847 A single first-class match for an England XI. [172]
George Rogers 1850–1854 Nine first-class matches.
Daniel Rowland 1849–1868 Both of Rowland's first-class matches were for Lancashire sides.
Henry Royston 1843–1862 Played in 68 first-class matches, mostly for MCC sides.
Lord Charles Russell 1833–1851 Played in 11 first-class matches, mainly for MCC. MCC President 1835/36.
T. Russell 1841 Played as a wicket-keeper for an England XI against one from Kent. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical details are known. [173]

S[edit]

Name Seasons Comments Ref
Henry Sampson 1840–1857 Played in 38 first-class matches.
Philip Sankey 1848–1852 Four first-class matches.
Arthur Savile 1839–1841 Played in six first-class matches.
Edward Sayres 1838–1842 Played in 24 first-class matches. Brother of John Sayres.
John Sayres 1841 A single match for MCC. Brother of Edwin Sayres. [174]
Alfred Scott 1844 Played in a single match for the Gentlemen of Kent. [175]
Viscount Seaham 1840–1846 Played in three first-class matches for MCC. [176]
James Seakins 1847 Played for Suffolk in both of their 1847 first-class matches. [177]
Richard Seddon 1845–1847 Played in 14 matches.
Thomas Selby 1839–1841 Played three first-class matches for Kent sides.
William Selby 1848 A single match for a Nottinghamshire XI.
Tom Sewell 1830–1853 Played in 117 first-class matches, most frequently for MCC or England sides.
William Sewell 1841–1844 Just two first-class matches. [178]
John Shaw 1845 A single first-class match for a Yorkshire XI.[f] [179]
R. Shawe 1845 Is known to have played in two matches for Petworth, one of which was first-class. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical details are known. [180]
Sir Michael Shaw-Stewart, 7th Baronet 1850 A single match for MCC
Shepherd 1844–1845 Played in two first-class matches for Manchester. Other than a surname, no biographical details are known. [181]
John Sheppard 1845–1846 Two first-class matches. [182]
John Sherman 1809–1852 Played 27 first-class matches. Uncle of Tom Sherman.
Thomas Sherman 1846–1870 Made 82 first-class appearances, mainly for Surrey sides. Nephew of John Sherman.
Henry Simonds 1849–1850 A pair of matches for Cambridge University. [183]
Henry Skelton 1846 A single first-class match for a Sheffield side. Brother of Richard Skelton. [184]
Richard Skelton 1846–1854 Played in 22 first-class matches, mainly for Sheffield and Yorkshire sides. Brother of Henry Skelton.
Thomas Smelt 1848–1852 Two matches for Manchester.
Alfred Smith 1841–1852 Played 14 times in first-class cricket, primarily for Sussex and Petworth.
C. Smith 1846 A single first-class match for Sheffield is all that is known about him other than his surname and initials. [185]
F. C. Smith 1844–1845 Played in three first-class matches for a West of England side. Other than a surname and initials, no biographical details are known. [186]
J. Smith 1844–1845 Played in two first-class matches, one for the Gentlemen of Nottinghamshire and one for the North. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical details are known. [187]
John Smith 1845 A solitary first-class match for a Yorkshire XI. Brother of Paul Smith.
Paul Smith 1846 Played twice for Sheffield at first-class level. Brother of John Smith.
R. B. Smith 1842–1845 Played in five first-class matches, four for Hampshire sides and once for MCC against a Hampshire XI, as well as other matches for Hampshire sides. Other than a surname and initials, no biographical information is known. [188]
Villiers Smith 1844–1849 14 first-class matches, 11 of them for Oxford University.
William Smith 1840–1857 Played seven times for Kent.
Raymond Smythies 1850–1854 Three first-class matches.
Thomas Snow 1844 A single match for a Cambridge Town side. [189]
Stephen Soames 1846–1853 Played in 11 first-class matches
Edmund Sopp 1843–1847 A total of 24 first-class matches, all but one of them for Petworth or Sussex.
J. Spenceley 1846–1848 Played twice for the Surrey Club. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical details are known. [190]
Joseph Spencer 1843–1844 Played in two first-class matches, once for the Gentlemen of Kent and once for the Gentlemen, as well as playing for the Royal Artillery Cricket Club in 1840. [191]
Francis Stacey 1850–1863 A total of 15 first-class matches.
Henry Stenton 1846 A single first-class match for a Gentlemen of Southwell side - the only match the side played which has been awarded first-class status.
Arthur Stone 1849 Just the one first-class match for MCC. [192]
William Strahan 1832–1849 Born William Snow, played 26 first-class matches.
Lord Strathmore 1844–1857 Six first-class matches. Brother of Claude Bowes-Lyon.
Richard Sutton 1850–1857 Five first-class matches, four of which were for MCC.
Robert Sutton 1846 A single first-class match for a Gentlemen of Southwell side - the only match the side played which has been awarded first-class status.
Edward Swann 1843–1848 A total of 14 first-class appearances, all but one for Kent or the Gentlemen of Kent.
William Sykes 1844–1849 Played five times in first-class matches.

T[edit]

Name Seasons Comments Ref
Edward Taswell 1847–1863 Nine first-class matches, all for Kent-based sides.
Charles Taylor 1836–1859 Played in 125 first-class matches.
H. Taylor 1848 Played in just one first-class match, for Sheffield. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical details are known. [193]
Henry Taylor 1843 A single first-class match for Sussex.
James Taylor 1834–1844 Played in 28 first-class matches, most frequently for Sussex sides.
John Taylor 1844 A pair of matches for Cambridge University. [194]
S. Taylor 1848–1863 Played in 11 first-class matches, most frequently for MCC. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical details are known. [195]
Thomas Taylor 1850–1851 Played six times, four for MCC.
Frederick Thackeray 1837–1854 Played in 38 first-class matches, mainly for Cambridge University and MCC.
Christopher Theakstone 1848–1849 Played in two first-class matches for a team representing Hampshire
John Thompson 1848 Two matches for Sheffield.[g] [196]
Bob Thoms 1850–1851 More notable as a long-standing umpire, Thoms played three first-class matches.
John Thornhill 1840–1842 Played twice for MCC. [197]
Cris Tinley 1847–1874 A slow bowler rated as one of the best of his era, Tinley played in 117 first-class matches, most frequently for Nottinghamshire. Brother of Francis Tinley.
Francis Tinley 1844–1856 A professional at a number of cricket clubs, Tinley played 19 first-class matches. Brother of Cris Tinley.
Henry Torre 1839–1841 Played six times for Oxford University in first-class matches. [198]
Thomas Townley 1847–1848 Played in ten first-class matches.
George Townsend 1843–1850 Played four first-class matches for Hampshire sides.
Richard Townsend 1850 A single first-class match for Oxford University.
William Townsend 1842–1843 All four first-class matches were for Oxford University.
James Traill 1848–1849 Played in three first-class matches, two for the Gentlemen of Kent and one for Oxford University.
Walter Trevelyan 1842–1851 Played ten times in first-class matches, six of which were for Cambridge University.
Thomas Tuck 1832–1842 Played in nine first-class matches. [199]
John Turner 1841 Played twice for Cambridge University.
Frederick Twynham 1848–1850 Played three matches for Hampshire sides.

U[edit]

Name Seasons Comments Ref
William Usmar 1841 A single match for a Kent XI. Usmar played regularly for Town Malling.

V[edit]

Name Seasons Comments Ref
Henry Vernon 1848–1854 Played 34 times in first-class cricket for a range of amateur sides.
Godfrey Vigne 1819–1845 Played in 11 first-class matches, primarily for MCC sides.
J. Vincent 1848 A single first-class match for Sheffield. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical details are known. [200]

W[edit]

Name Seasons Comments Ref
William Wadsworth 1845–1862 Nine first-class matches.
Bernard Wake 1846–1851 Played in ten first-class matches for Sheffield and Yorkshire sides. [201]
Alfred Walker 1846–1860 Played 14 times in first-class cricket. Brother of Frederic and John Walker, nephew of Henry Walker.
Frederic Walker 1849–1860 A total of 34 first-class matches. Brother of Alfred and John Walker, nephew of Henry Walker.
Henry Walker 1832–1842 Played 12 times in first-class matches, most frequently for MCC sides. Uncle of Arthur, Frederic and John Walker.
J. Walker 1849 A single first-class match for a Lancashire side. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical details are known. [202]
John Walker 1846–1868 Played 87 first-class matches. Brother of Arthur and Frederic John Walker, nephew of Henry Walker.
Alexander Wallace 1850–1851 Three matches, all for Oxford University.
Bendyshe Walton 1847 Played in one of Suffolk's 1847 matches. Brother of Ellys Walton. [203]
Ellys Walton 1847–1849 Played two first-class matches, one for Suffolk alongside his brother Bendyshe Walton. [204]
Ward 1842 Played in a single first-class match for the Cambridge Town Club. Nothing further is known about his cricket career and, other than a surname, there are no biographical details known. [205]
C. Ward 1844 Played a solitary first-class match for a Yorkshire XI. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical details are known. [206]
J. Ward 1848 Played a solitary first-class match for a Hampshire XI. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical details are known. [207]
William Ward 1810–1845 Played in 130 first-class matches, scoring 278 for MCC against Norfolk in 1820, a score which remained a record in first-class cricket until WG Grace surpassed it in 1876. [208]
William Ward, 1st Earl of Dudley 1838–1842 Played in five first-class matches, all for Oxford University. President of MCC in 1864/65.
Jonas Warwick 1843–1848 Played nine first-class matches, mostly for Nottinghamshire-based sides.
Webb 1839–1841 Played twice for Cambridge Town Club. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [209]
Weir 1843–1845 Played in five first-class matches, all for Hampshire XIs and is known to have played other matches for Hampshire sides. Other than a surname, no biographical details are known. [210]
Richard Wellesley 1841 A solitary first-class match for MCC. [211]
Ned Wenman 1825–1854 A leading wicket=keeper and all-rounder who played in 146 first-class matches, 61 of them for Kent. [212]
White 1847 Played a single match, a first-class game for an England XI. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [213]
White 1850 Played in one match for Surrey. Other than a surname and the rank of Captain, no biographical details are known. [214]
A. White 1850 Played in a first-class match for a Hampshire XI. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [215]
Charles White 1850 A single match for a Surrey XI.
Charles Whittaker 1839–1848 Played in a total of 70 first-class matches, generally for Kent sides, including the Gentlemen of Kent and Kent County Cricket Club after its initial formation in 1842.
Frederick Whymper 1849–1852 Played eight times in first-class cricket, six for Cambridge University.
Thomas Wickham 1850–1851 A pair of first-class matches.
William Wickham 1844 A single first-class match for Oxford University.
Edward Wigan 1847 Played for an England XI against a Nottinghamshire side. [216]
George Wigzell 1849–1860 Played in 11 first-class matches, mostly for Kent.
Edmund Willes 1850–1867 Made 22 appearances in first-class matches.
Philip Williams 1844–1849 Half of Williams' 20 first-class matches were played for Oxford University.
Charles Willis 1847–1850 Made ten appearances in first-class cricket.
Edgar Willsher 1850–1875 A major force in the move towards overarm bowling, Willsher played in more than 250 first-class matches, 145 of them for Kent. Brother of William Willsher.
William Willsher 1847 A single first-class match for Kent. Brother of Edgar Willsher.
Alfred Wilson 1848–1855 Played 13 firt-class matches.
Fuller Maitland Wilson 1847–1853 Six of Wilson's seven first-class matches were for MCC.
T. Wilson 1845–1846 Played in three first-class matches, twice for Petworth and once for an England XI. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical details are known. [217]
Edward Turnour, 4th Earl Winterton 1834–1856 Played in 25 first-class matches, primarily for Sussex sides. [218]
Charles Winterton 1839–1861 Played in 18 first-class matches for the Cambridge Town Club. [219]
John Wisden The future published of Wisden Cricketers' Almanack, Wisden played 187 first-class matches for a range of sides.
J. Womack 1845–1852 Played in five first-class matches, once for a Yorkshire XI in 1845 and then on four occasions for Manchester sides. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical details are known. [220]
Charles Wombwell 1845–1848 Played just twice in first-class cricket. 1845–1863
J. Wood 1848–1851 Played in two matches for the Surrey Club. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical details are known. [221]
S. Wood 1844–1845 Played twice for the Gentlemen of Kent. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical details are known. [222]
Robert Wooller 1850 A single appearance for Sussex.
John Woolley 1845 Played in one first-class match for the North. [223]
W. Worrall 1848 Played in two first-class matches for Sheffield. [224]
George Worthington 1844 Two matches for Oxford University.
Edward Wright 1844–1848 Played in seven first-class matches, six for Manchester and one for Lancashire.
Henry Wright 1847–1858 Played 43 times in first-class matches for range of mainly northern sides.
Henry Wroth 1844–1846 A total of six first-class matches, all for Cambridge University.
Warwick Reed Wroth 1848 Two matches, one for Cambridge University and the other for MCC.
Arthur Wrottesley, 3rd Baron Wrottesley 1845 A solitary first-class match for MCC.
Halifax Wyatt 1850–1858 Six first-class appearances.
John Wynne 1838–1853 Played in 12 first-class matches. [225]
Thomas Wythe 1839–1841 Played in ten first-class matches, nine for MCC.

Y[edit]

Name Seasons Comments Ref
George Edward Yonge 1844–1853 Played in a total of 26 first-class matches, most frequently for Oxford University. Recorded in cricketing databases as Gerald Yonge, apparently in error.

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Details of players are not always complete for this period. In some cases cricket historians have made assumptions regarding the identity of players where just a surname was recorded on original scorecards. Although scorecard information is more complete from this period, bowling analyses are rarely provided in the detail which modern scorecards would do so.
  2. ^ The range of seasons the player was involved in first-class cricket are shown.
  3. ^ Where no specific reference is provided references can be found in the player's article. Further information can be found in Scores and Biographies, Volume 3 and/or Volume 4.
  1. ^ Most of the matches played by touring sides such as the All England Eleven were "odds matches" played against sides fielding more than 11 players - often 18 or 22.
  2. ^ a b c Three Hurst's made their only first-class appearances in the same match for Oxford University. Two of them, John and Richard, are known to have been born in Oxford and played club cricket in the area. It is not known if the three men were related and nothing is known at all about Edmund Hurst. There are no biographical details other than a name and he does not have an entry in Alumni Oxonienses.
  3. ^ The identity of the Henry Maltby who played for Nottinghamshire in 1843 is uncertain and it may be that two men with the same name played these matches.[129]
  4. ^ Biographical details for Noyes are incomplete.[152]
  5. ^ Only Porter's name is known and there are no other biographical details about his life.
  6. ^ Details about Shaw are extremely limited and he is not known to have played any other cricket. He is believed to have been born in Bradford.
  7. ^ No further biographical details are known about Thompson. He played for Sheffield in nine club matches between 1847 and 1858.

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