Edward Hussey (cricketer)
He was educated at Westminster and lived at Ashford in Kent. He had a long but infrequent career as a useful batsman and seems to have been a stalwart of Kent cricket, sometimes perhaps as a patron. His first known game was in 1773 and his last in 1797.
- Fresh Light on 18th Century Cricket by G B Buckley (FL18)
- Scores & Biographies, Volume 1 by Arthur Haygarth (SBnnn)
- The Dawn of Cricket by H T Waghorn (WDC)
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