Malcolm Stevenson (polo)

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Malcolm Stevenson was an American champion polo player in what was known as the Big Four.


He was born around 1880 to A. L. Stevenson and he had a brother Philip Stevenson. On October 3, 1901, he married Caroline Livingstone. In 1920, he married for the second time to Maud A. Kennedy, a day or two after being thrown from his polo horse.[1] He played in the 1927 International Polo Cup with James Watson Webb, Sr., Thomas Hitchcock, Jr. and Devereaux Milburn.[2] He was inducted into the Museum of Polo and Hall of Fame.


  1. ^ "Malcolm Stevenson Weds. Polo Player Marries Maud A. Kennedy. Second Marriage for Both". New York Times. January 18, 1920. Retrieved April 5, 2011. Stevenson had been thrown from his polo pony a day or two before the wedding, and lay unconscious for a time. It was feared that his injuries were such that 
  2. ^ "American Polo Lineup Settled For Cup Matches. Webb And Stevenson Officially Replace ...". Associated Press. August 23, 1927. Retrieved April 5, 2011. ... composed of Watson Webb, Tommy Hitchcock, Malcolm Stevenson and Devereaux Milburn, will ride out against the British in defense of the International cup in ...