|Full name||Thomas Charlesworth Allsopp|
18 December 1880|
|Died||7 March 1919
|Batting style||Left hand batsmen|
|Bowling style||Slow left-arm orthodox|
|Domestic team information|
|1904||Marylebone Cricket Club|
|Source: , 9th August 2008|
Thomas Charlesworth Allsopp (18 December 1880 – 7 March 1919) was an English first class cricketer and footballer who played First Class cricket for Leicestershire County Cricket Club and Marylebone Cricket Club. His highest score of 32 came when playing for Leicestershire in the match against Hampshire County Cricket Club. His best bowling of 6/85 came when playing for Leicestershire in the match against London County.
He also played 2 matches for Norfolk against Essex second XI team.
In May 1911, Allsopp took ownership of the Hero of Redan pub in Thorpe Road, Norwich. He served as a sergeant in the Queen's Royal Regiment (West Surrey) and the Labour Corps during the First World War. After returning home from the war, he fell victim to the 1918 flu pandemic and died in Norwich on 7 March 1919. He was buried with military honours in Earlham Road Cemetery, Norwich.
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