List of English cricketers (1787–1825)

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This is a list of English cricketers who played first-class cricket between the 1787 and 1825 seasons. The sport of cricket in this period had already acquired most of its modern features such as eleven-a-side, the three-stump wicket and the lbw law, although pitch preparation was rudimentary and play was largely dictated by the weather. The main difference was in bowling which was still mostly underarm, the key development of the period being the movement towards roundarm bowling which began in the late eighteenth century and was gathering pace by 1825.

The principal club throughout the period was Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) which was founded in 1787. MCC organised the early Gentlemen v Players matches and most of the games played by occasional XIs such as those led by Colonel Lennox, Lord Frederick Beauclerk, George Osbaldeston and others. Inter-county cricket was rare during the Napoleonic Wars and there were no formally constituted county clubs at the time, but the main centres at county level were Berkshire, Essex, Hampshire, Kent, Middlesex, Surrey and Sussex. Towards the end of the period, Cambridge University became prominent, especially through its series of matches against the Cambridge Town Club. In the north of England, cricket was developing through town clubs which became the focal points of the game in their respective counties, especially Nottingham Cricket Club and Sheffield Cricket Club.

The players included are those known to have played in matches which were given retrospective first-class status between 1787 and 1825 inclusive.[A]

A[edit]

Name Seasons[B] Comments Ref[C]
Abbott 1802–1804 Played for Lord Frederick Beauclerk's XI in 1802 and for an England XI in 1804. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [6][7]
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. [8][9]
Allen 1820 Two matches for Cambridge University. Other than a surname and his college (Pembroke College, Cambridge), no biographical information is known. [10][11][12]
W. Allen 1787–1793 Three first-class matches, including one for Essex, one for Middlesex and one for Hornchurch Cricket Club. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [13]
Stephen Amherst 1783–1795 31 appearances, mainly for Kent. An important patron of the game in Kent.
Charles Andrew 1814–1824 Six matches, five of which were for Sussex. [14]
Charles Anguish 1789–1795 32 appearances, mainly for MCC.
Annett 1788–1792 Six appearances, including four for Hampshire. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [15]
William Ashby 1808–1830 45 appearances, mainly for Kent and England sides. Played nine times for the Players in early Gentlemen v Players matches.
Ashurst 1802 One first-class appearance for Charles Lennox's XI. Also known to have played for MCC. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [16]
Thomas Assheton Smith I 1787–1794 43 appearances, mainly for MCC and Hampshire.
Thomas Assheton Smith II 1798–1820 40 appearances, mainly for England XI, MCC and Hampshire.
Henry Hervey Aston 1791–1793 Thirteen appearances, mainly for MCC. [17]
Henry Attfield 1773–1788 Played in 20 first-class matches, most frequently for Surrey sides. [18]
Robert Ayling 1796 Two appearances for Kent. Brother of William Ayling. [19]
W. Ayling 1825–1826 Three matches for Sussex. [20]
William Ayling 1800–1810 22 appearances, 14 of which were for England sides. [21]
James Aylward 1773–1797 107 appearances, mainly for Hampshire, Kent and England XIs.

B[edit]

Name Seasons Comments Ref
Thomas Bache 1816–1822 11 first-class appearances, mainly for MCC. [22]
James Baker 1816–1828 15 first-class appearances, mainly for Sussex and Kent teams. [23]
Samson Baker 1823 One appearance for a Kent side [24]
Barker 1787–1793 Four first-class matches, two for Essex, one for Hornchurch and one for R Leigh's XI. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [25]
George Barnard 1825–1826 Two matches for Cambridge University against Cambridge Town. Had captained the Eton College side whilst at school and died in 1827 without completing his degree. The brother of Henry and John Barnard. [26]
Henry Barnard 1815–1823 Five first-class matches, two for Kent and Old Etonians and one for MCC. Brother of George and John Barnard. [27]
John Barnard 1815–1830 18 matches for a variety of sides, including seven for MCC sides. Brother of George and Henry Barnard. [28]
Charles James Barnett 1820–1837 29 matches, mainly for MCC sides. First known President of MCC.
Richard Barry, 7th Earl of Barrymore 1791–1792 Two appearances for Brighton Cricket Club. [29]
William Bartholomew 1773–1789 Played in four first-class matches, two for Surrey, one for Chertsey and one for an England XI. [30]
J. Barton 1802–1810 Played in two first-class matches. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [31]
William Barton 1795–1817 37 matches for a wide variety of sides.
Bates 1789 One appearance for East Kent. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [32]
Horace Bates 1822–1832 Nine appearances for the Bs and Kent sides.
William Battcock 1814–1817 Two appearances, one for a Sussex side. [33]
Thomas Battersbee 1822 One first-class appearance for a Kent side. [34]
Robert Battiscombe 1819–1821 Two appearances for Cambridge University against Cambridge Town Club.
Baxter 1819–1822 Three first-class appearances for Cambridge Town Club against Cambridge University. Is also known to have played against Bury St Edmunds in 1821 in non-first-class matches. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [35]
John Bayley 1822–1850 83 appearances, mostly for MCC.
Sir John Bayley, 2nd Baronet 1817–1832 Played in 11 matches for a variety of sides. MCC President in 1844/45. [36]
Charles Bayly 1825 One first-class match for Sussex. [37]
Henry Beagley 1825–1833 Professional from Hampshire who played in six first-class matches. Brother of John and Thomas Beagley.
John Beagley 1823–1826 Hampshire professional who played in six first-class matches. Brother of Henry and Thomas Beagley.
Thomas Beagley 1816–1839 Hampshire professional who played in 70 first-class matches for a variety of sides, including England XIs and the Players in early Gentlemen v Players matches. Brother of Henry and John Beagley.
Lord Frederick Beauclerk 1791–1825 A key figure in the early years of MCC and considered "one of the best single-wicket cricketers of his time". Played in 130 first-class matches. [38]
William Beauclerk, 9th Duke of St Albans 1817 One first-class match for Hampshire. Nephew of Lord Frederick Beauclerk. [39]
Charles Beckett 1816–1817 Two first-class matches for Old Etonians.
Richard Beckett 1804–1807 Nine first-class appearances for MCC. Killed at the Battle of Talavera in 1809 whilst serving with the Coldstream Guards - the first known cricketer to have died in battle. [40]
William Bedster 1777–1794 59 first-class appearances for a variety of sides.
John Beeston 1794–1808 Ten first-class appearances, mainly for Middlesex sides. Also known as James Beeston. Brother of W Beeston. [41]
R. Beeston 1790 One match for Middlesex. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [42]
W. Beeston 1790–1799 Four matches, two for Middlesex sides, one for Old Etonians and one for an England XI. Brother of John Beeston. No first name or dates are known. [43]
Billy Beldham 1787–1821 Played in 189 first-class matches as a professional. Was considered the leading batsman of his era. Brother of George Beldham. [44]
George Beldham 1800–1805 Farmer who played in three first-class matches. Brother of Billy Beldham. [45]
John Beldham 1794–1795 Three first-class appearances for Surrey. [46]
James Bennett 1798–1803 Five matches, three for Hampshire. Cousin of John Bennett.
John Bennett 1797–1818 Played in 61 first-class matches, mainly for England XIs and for Hampshire.
C. Bentley 1809–1832 Played in three first-class matches, two for the Bs, as well as in one known match for MCC against Suffolk in 1827. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [47]
Henry Bentley 1804–1822 Played in 67 first-class matches for a variety of sides, including 25 for England XIs. Brother of John Bentley.
John Bentley 1807–1817 Played in 13 first-class matches, five for Middlesex. Brother of Henry Bentley. His son, Charles Bentley, played once for Middlesex in 1851.
Richard Berens 1819–1833 Four first-class matches, one for Hampshire in 1819 and three for the Gentlemen of Kent between 1830 and 1833.
Berry 1825 One first-class match for Godalming Cricket Club. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known.
Bexley 1794 Played in one first-class match for Oldfield Cricket Club. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [48]
Henry Bird 1819–1826 Six first-class appearances for Cambridge Town Club.
William Bird 1821–1822 Two first-class appearances for Cambridge Town Club.
Hon. Edward Bligh 1789–1813 Played in 76 first-class matches, mainly for MCC, England XIs and Kent. Brother of John Bligh, part of the Darnley family which was later influential in the development of Kent County Cricket Club.
Edward Bligh 1819 One match for Cambridge University.
John Bligh, 4th Earl of Darnley 1789–1796 Played in 24 first-class matches, mainly for Kent and MCC. Father of John Duncan Bligh and brother of the Hon. Edward Bligh and part of the Darnley family which was later influential in the development of Kent County Cricket Club.
John Duncan Bligh 1822 One match for MCC. Son of John Bligh, 4th Earl of Darnley.
Bliss 1795 One match for a Surrey side. Described as Bliss of Ripley. Other than this detail and a surname, no biographical information is known. [49][50]
Blundell 1812 One first-class match for G Osbaldeston's XI. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [51]
Blunt 1792 One match for MCC. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [52]
Bond 1810 One match for Captain Blagrave's XI. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [53]
Bonick 1789 One match for Surrey. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [54]
John Boning 1822–1847 Played in 35 first-class matches for Cambridge Town based teams.
Francis Booker 1773–1790 45 first-class appearances, mainly for England XIs and Kent sides.
John Boorman 1772–1793 Played in 55 first-class matches, mainly for Kent sides. Recorded by CricketArchive as James Boorman. [55]
George Booth 1798–1804 Made eight first-class appearances, five of which were for England XIs.
James Borradaile 1822 Two appearances for MCC sides.
William Borradaile 1815–1832 Three first-class matches.
John Bott 1807–1808 Three appearances for Middlesex sides.
Abraham Boult 1787 One first-class appearance for Middlesex. Other than a name, no biographical information is known.
George T. Boult 1786–1795 Made 20 first-class appearances. [56]
Z. Boult 1787 One first-class appearance for Middlesex. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [57]
Charles Bowdler 1809 One first-class appearance for Surrey.
H. Bowley 1823–1824 Three first-class matches for Sussex and one other match for East Sussex in 1824. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known.
William Bowra 1775–1792 Made 50 first-class appearances, mainly for Kent and England XIs
John Bowyer 1810–1828 Played in 18 first-class matches.
Thomas Boxall 1789–1803 Played in 89 first-class matches, mainly for England XIs and for Kent.
Brades 1795 One first-class match for Oldfield Cricket Club. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [58]
John Brand 1815–1828 Played 28 times in first-class matches, mainly for MCC sides. Played five times for the Gentlemen in early Gentlemen v Players matches.
James Bray 1816–1828 Eight first-class matches.
William Brazier 1774–1794 50 first-class matches, mainly for Kent sides. [59]
William Brereton 1820 One first-class appearance for Norfolk in 1820 in a side put out by Holt Cricket Club. [60][61]
James Brett 1810 One first-class match for an England XI. He is also known to have played a non-first-class match for St John's Wood in the same year but, other than his name, no biographical information is known. [62]
Briden 1798 One first-class match for Surrey. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [63]
Harry Bridger 1795 One first-class match for Middlesex. Other than his name, no biographical information is known. [64]
Samuel Bridger 1804–1825 Made 21 first-class appearances, mainly for Surrey sides.
Bridges 1808 One first-class match for Homerton Cricket Club. Played for Homerton in other matches between 1804 and 1808 and once for a Surrey side against an England XI in 1808. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [65]
Bridges 1819–1820 Made two first-class appearances for Cambridge Town Club. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [66]
Jem Broadbridge 1814–1840 Professional who made 102 first-class appearances, primarily for Sussex, and one of the first bowlers to make their name through bowling roundarm deliveries. Brother of Robert and William Broadbridge. [67]
Robert Broadbridge 1822–1824 Four first-class appearances, three for Sussex. Brother of Jem and William Broadbridge.
William Broadbridge 1817–1830 Played in 25 first-class matches, mainly for Sussex.
Brown 1797 One match for C Lennox's XI. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [68]
Brown 1814 Played in one first-class match for G Osbaldeston's XI. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [69]
George Brown 1819–1838 Played in 52 first-class matches, mainly for Sussex.
B. A. Browne 1817 Played in one first-class match for the Bs. Other than a surname and initials, no biographical information is known. [70]
T. Browning 1795 One first-class match for Kent. Brother of William Browning. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [71]
William Browning 1791–1795 Played in one first-class match for the Gentlemen of Kent in 1791 and one for Kent in 1795. Brother of T Browning. Other than his name, no biographical information is known. [72]
Hon. Robert Brudenell 1790–1793 Nine matches as an amateur between, five of which were for MCC.
Beau Brummell 1807 One first-class match for a Hampshire side.
C. Brunton 1820 One first-class appearance for Norfolk in 1820 in a side put out by Holt Cricket Club. [61][73]
E. H. Budd 1808–1831 Made 72 first-class appearances for a variety of sides. Described as an "accomplished all-rounder". [61]
William Bullen 1773–1797 Played 113 first-class matches, mainly for Kent and England XIs. [74]
Anthony Buller 1797 One first-class appearance for C Lennox's XI.
Samuel Bullock 1825–1827 Three first-class appearances for Cambridge based teams.
J. Burbage 1825 One first-class match for Cambridge Town Club. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [75]
John Burgess 1794–1795 Made two first-class appearances, one for Kent and one for Sir Horatio Mann's XI. Other than his name, no biographical information is known. [76]
Thomas Burgoyne 1797–1816 Made 17 first-class appearances for a variety of sides.
Peter Burrell, 1st Baron Gwydyr 1787–1790 Seven first-class appearances.
Henry Burrows 1801–1815 Three first-class matches.
Henry Burslem 1810–1813 Two first-class matches.
James Burt 1825–1832 Amateur who made 13 first-class appearances.
Anthony Burton 1822 Two first-class appearances for Kent.
Butcher 1787–1793 Made 23 first-class appearances for a variety of sides, including eight for Surrey. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [77]
Butler 1789–1801 Made 13 first-class appearances, seven of which were for Middlesex. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [78]
Butterly 1787 One first-class match for TA Smith's XI. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [79]
Archibald Button 1804 Born at West Thurrock in Essex in 1770, made one first-class appearance for Hampshire in 1804. [80]
Zachariah Button 1793–1798 Played in two first-class matches.

C[edit]

Name Seasons Comments Ref
Benjamin Caesar 1824–1830 Played 11 first-class matches for Surrey teams. His sons, Julius and Frederick Caesar played first-class cricket
Will Caldecourt 1821–1844 42 first-class matches, mainly for MCC and England XIs.
Cantrell 1789–1792 Played in nine matches for Middlesex, seven of which are deemed first-class. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [81]
Hon. Edward Capel 1790 Three matches, two for MCC and one for an England XI.
William Capel 1808 One first-class match for Homerton.
Capron 1792 Played in three first-class matches for Brighton Cricket Club and in other matches for teams in the Brighton area between 1790 and 1792. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [82]
Carpenter 1789 One first-class match for Hampshire. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [83]
Carr 1789–1791 Four first-class matches, three for Hornchurch and one for Essex. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [84]
Carter 1793–1795 Four first-class matches played, two for Oldfield Cricket Club, one for Berkshire and one for Middlesex. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [85]
Edmund Carter 1809–1816 Played in 11 first-class matches.
G. N. Caswell 1818 Made one first-class appearance for William Ward's XI and played three non-first-class matches for MCC, all in 1818. Other than a surname and initials, no biographical information is known. [86]
Brownlow Cecil, 2nd Marquess of Exeter 1817 Played in one first-class match for William Ward's XI.
Charles Challen 1814 One first-class match for G Osbaldeston's XI.
William Challen 1814 One first-class match for Lord F Beauclerk's XI.
Charles Chapman 1825–1831 Six first-class matches, all for Cambridge University. Captained Eton as a schoolboy.
William Chapman 1803 Made one first-class appearance for a Nottingham and Leicestershire side and played for Nottingham Cricket Club in other matches between 1791 and 1817. Other than his name, no biographical information is known. [87]
Richard Cheslyn 1825–1846 Made 10 first-class appearances.
Chitty 1800 Known to have played once for a Surrey team at Lord's against a team representing the rest of England in August 1800. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [88][89]
J Church 1789–1795 Made three first-class appearances, two for East Kent and one for MCC. Kent. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [90][91]
Clair 1797–1803 Two matches for Hampshire. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [92]
George Claridge 1818–1829 Played in 10 first-class matches, eight of which were for Kent.
Thomas Clark 1787–1791 Made seven first-class appearances, six for Hornchurch and one for Essex.
Clarke 1790 A single appearance for Middlesex against MCC. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [93]
Clarke 1818 One appearance for MCC. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [94]
Clements 1787–1790 Made five firs-class appearance, four for Honrchurch and one for Essex. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [95]
Robert Clifford 1777–1792 71 first-class matches, mainly for Kent sides.
Clifton 1817 One first-class appearance for Old Etonians. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [96]
Benjamin Clifton 1798 Eight first-class appearances, all in 1798. Five were for MCC.
Close 1817 One first-class appearance for EH Budd's XI. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [97]
Charles Cochran 1819 One first-class match for Epsom Cricket Club.
Samuel Cockerill 1817–1819 Two first-class matches.
Christopher Codrington 1797 Played in five first-class matches. Changed his name to Christopher Bethell-Codrington in November 1797. [98]
G. Cole 1811 One match for G Osbaldeston's XI. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [99]
J. Cole 1784–1788 Two first-class matches, one for Hampshire in 1784 and one for and England XI in 1788. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [100]
George Coles 1819–1820 Three first-class matches for Cambridge University.
Collins 1809–1810 Played three first-class matches. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [101][102]
David Collins 1791–1810 Six first-class matches. Other than his name, no biographical information is known. [103][104]
Thomas Colyear, 4th Earl of Portmore 1792–1793 Recorded as Lord Milsington on scorecards. Made three first-class appearances.
William Cookesley 1822–1827 Four matches for Cambridge University.
G. Cooper 1797–1807 Six first-class appearances as well as playing in other matches for MCC. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [105]
Silas Cooper 1805–1815 Two first-class appearances, one for an England XI in 1805 and the other for Sussex in 1815.
Courtnay 1825–1826 Two first-class appearances, one for Godalming in 1825 and the other for Sussex the following year. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [106][107]
William Courtenay, 10th Earl of Devon 1797 One first-class match for C Lennox's XI.
Thomas Coventry 1800–1801 Two games for England XIs.
Cowell 1817–1828 Played four matches, three for MCC sides. Served in the British Army as a Major, but other than this and his surname no biographical information is known. [108]
J. Cox 1817 One match for MCC. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [109]
John Crawte 1788–1803 A total of 57 first-class matches, most frequently for Kent, Surrey and England XIs.
Thomas Crimble 1823–1825 Two matches for Hampshire sides.
Cropley 1822 One match for the Cambridge Town Club. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [110]
Frederick Crowder 1817–1820 Three first-class matches.
Henry Crosoer 1786–1790 Eight first-class matches, mainly for Kent sides.
Charles Cumberland 1791–1804 26 first-class matches, mainly for MCC sides.
Frederick Cuthbert 1816–1817 Played in three first-class matches.

D[edit]

Name Seasons Comments Ref
Dalby 1820 Two matches for Cambridge Town Club. Other than a surname, no biographical details are known. [111]
Dale 1789–1809 Nine first-class appearances, eight of which were for Middlesex. Other than a surname, no biographical details are known. [112]
James Dale 1823–1827 Played nine matches for Sussex.
John Dampier 1786–1787 Three first-class matches for the White Conduit Club.
Benjamin Dark 1814–1826 Six first-class appearances. Brother of James Dark.
James Dark 1815–1843 Played in 17 matches before going on to own Lord's, which he developed as a ground. Brother of Benjamin Dark.
Davidson 1784–1787 Three first-class appearances, one for each of England, Hornchurch and Essex. Other than a surname, no biographical details are known. [113]
J. Davies 1825–1832 Played 10 matches for Cambridge based teams, occasionally as a wicket-keeper. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical details are known. [114]
S. Davis 1804–1809 Three appearances for teams associated with MCC. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical details are known. [115]
Davy 1787–1788 Played in four first-class matches, including two for Surrey, one for the Earl of Whinchilsea's XI and one for White Conduit Club. Other than a surname, no biographical details are known. [116]
Davy 1804 Played one first-class match for a Hampshire side. Other than a surname, no biographical details are known. [117]
Henry Dawson 1816–1819 Played in two first-class matches.
James de Visme 1825 One first-class match for the Gentlemen.
Dean 1787–1790 Played in four first-class matches, three for Kent sides and once for Middlesex. Other than a surname, no biographical details are known. [118]
John Deedes 1822–1829 Made 12 first-class appearances. Brother of William Deedes senior.
William Deedes senior 1817–1826 Made 24 first-class appearances and went on to be President of MCC.
George Dehaney 1789–1793 A total of 16 first-class appearances, most frequently playing for MCC sides.
Robert Denn 1787–1793 10 first-class matches, mostly for Hornchurch and Essex sides.
David Denne 1823 Played twice in first-class matches for Kent.
Joseph Dennis 1803–1829 Made seven first-class appearances for Nottingham sides.
Charles Dilloway 1825 One first-class appearance for Sussex. Brother of John Dilloway.
John Dilloway 1825 One first-class appearance for Sussex. Brother of Charles Dilloway.
John Dolphin 1825–1834 Six first-class matches, four of which were for Cambridge University between 1825 and 1827.
Charles Douglas, 3rd Baron Douglas 1797–1798 Four first-class appearances for sides associated with MCC.
Downham 1795 One first-class appearance for R Leigh's XI. Other than a surname, no biographical details are known. [119]
J. Drew 1795 Two first-class appearances in 1795 for Sir Horatio Mann's XI as well as three appearances in other matches for MCC in the same year. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical details are known. [120]
G. Drummond 1787–1795 Played in seven first-class matches for a variety of sides - never more than once for the same team. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical details are known. [121]
Charles Duff 1824–1830 Twelve appearances for Sussex sides.
Timothy Duke 1823–1828 Five first-class matches for Kent.
Francis Dunham 1815 One first-class match for an England XI.
George Dupuis 1787–1792 Played in four first-class matches.
John Durnford 1825 One first-class match for Cambridge Town Club.
Dyer 1814 One match for Lord F Beauclerk's XI. Other than a surname, no biographical details are known. [122]
W. C. Dyer 1821–1825 Six first-class appearances for a variety of sides. Other than a surname and initials, no biographical details are known. [123]
John Dyke 1822 One match for Kent. Brother of Percyvall and Thomas Dyke.
Percyvall Dyke 1822–1837 Played in 21 first-class matches, most frequently for Kent sides. Brother of John and Thomas Dyke.
R. Dyke 1819 Played in one first-class match for Epsom and in one other match for Old Etonians, both in 1819. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical details are known. [124]
Thomas Dyke 1824–1827 Played in two first-class matches, one for MCC and one for Kent. Brother of John and Percyvall Dyke.

E[edit]

Name Seasons Comments Ref
Gilbert East 1786–1794 Made 12 appearances in first-class matches.
J. Eavers 1800–1802 Made three first-class appearances, one each for J Gibbons' XI, F Beauclerk's XI and W Turner's XI. Other than surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [125]
Ellis 1815 Played in one match for Middlesex. Other than his surname, no biographical information is known. [126]
Richard Elmhirst 1822 One first-class match for Cambridge University.
Elyard 1802 One first-class match for Lord F Beauclerk's XI. Is known to have played non-first-class cricket between 1801 and 1807 for the Montpelier Cricket Club, Middlesex and Homerton, occasionally as a wicket-keeper. Other than his surname, no biographical information is known. [127]
John Evans 1822–1823 Professional who played four times for Kent in first-class matches.
Henry Everett 1812–1839 Played in 10 first-class matches.

F[edit]

Name Seasons Comments Ref
Henry Faithful 1823 Two first-class appearances for Sussex.
George Fauquier 1819–1821 Four first-class appearances for Cambridge University.
George Fenner 1821 Played once for Cambridge Town Club. Brother of James Fenner and step-brother of Francis Fenner.
James Fenner 1821 Played once for Cambridge Town Club. Brother of George Fenner and step-brother of Francis Fenner.
William Fennex 1786–1816 Made 88 first-class appearances for a variety of teams, including playing 41 times for England XIs and 13 times for Middlesex.
Richard Fielder 1790–1801 Played in 20 first-class matches, most frequently for Kent and for England XIs.
George Finch, 9th Earl of Winchilsea 1786–1804 Played in 128 first-class matches. A founder member of MCC and guarantor for Thomas Lord during the establishment of Lord's. [128]
J. Finch 1792–1795 Played in 13 first-class matches, most commonly for Oldfield or Berkshire. Other than a surname, no other biographical information is known. [129]
Henry Fitzroy 1788–1793 Made 41 first-class appearances, most frequently for MCC.
Thomas Flavel 1821–1828 22 first-class matches, most frequently for Godalming.
Flint 1789 One match for Hampshire. Other than a surname, no other biographical information is known. [130]
Henry Floyd 1817 One first-class match for EH Budd's XI.
Forster 1825 Played twice for Hampshire. Other than a surname, no other biographical information is known. [131]
Francis Foster 1789 One match for Hampshire.
Frances 1811 Played one first-class match for G Osbaldeston's XI. Other than a surname, no other biographical information is known. [132]
Richard Francis 1773–1793 Played 47 first-class matches [133]
Andrew Freemantle 1788–1810 Made 134 first-class appearances, most frequently for England XIs and Hampshire teams.
French 1790 One match for the Earl of Darnley's XI. Other than a surname, no other biographical information is known. [134]
Robert Frost 1820 One match against MCC for Norfolk, part of a side put out by the Holt club. [61][135]

G[edit]

Name Seasons Comments Ref
William Hall Gage 1802 Grandson of Sir William Gage, 7th Baronet, a major patron of cricket in the early 18th century. One match for Lord F Beauclerk's XI.
Gates 1794–1807 Played in eight first-class matches, mainly for Oldfield Cricket Club. Seven of his matches took place between 1794 and 1795, with a single match for MCC following in 1807. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [136]
John Gibbons 1797–1801 Twelve first-class appearances for teams associated with MCC.
Gibbs 1787 A single first-class appearance for Middlesex. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [137]
Gibbs 1807 His only match was for Surrey. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [138]
S. Gill 1792–1795 Played in 11 first-class matches for Oldfield Cricket Club and Berkshire. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [139]
Gillan 1809 One match for an England XI. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [140]
Goddard 1803–1808 Played in six first-class matches, five for Hampshire and one for Middlesex and is known to have played in two other matches for Rochester Cricket Club against MCC in 1800. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [141]
John Goldham 1791–1812 Played 26 first-class matches, generally for teams associated with Middlesex or MCC.
John Goldsmith 1792 One match for Surrey.
Goodhew 1791–1795 Played in three first-class matches for Kent. Is known to have played one other match for a London side in 1797 and six matches in 1800, two for Rochester against MCC and four for Kent sides against England XIs in matches where Kent fielded up to 23 players. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [142]
Charles Gordon, 10th Marquess of Huntly 1818–1843 Played 33 first-class matches, most frequently for MCC sides. Son of George Gordon.
George Gordon, 9th Marquess of Huntly 1787–1792 Played in three first-class matches. Father of Charles Gordon.
Gore 1814 Played one match for G Osbaldeston's XI. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [143]
John Gouldstone 1789–1793 Twelve first-class matches for Hornchurch and Essex sides.
Goules 1817 Played one match for EH Budd's XI. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [144]
Bellingham Graham 1815 One match for Middlesex.
N. Graham 1787–1801 Played in 53 first-class matches, most frequently for Middlesex and sides associated with MCC. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [145]
Grange 1790–1792 Played in eight first-class matches, seven for Middlesex sides and once for a Gentlemen of England XI against Old Etonians. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [146]
Greathead 1808 A single first-class match for an England XI. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [147]
William Greenway 1819–1820 Played in three first-class matches for Cambridge University.
John Greenwood 1820–1821 Played in two matches for Cambridge University.
William Greenwood 1818–1828 Played twice, once for Hampshire against MCC in 1818 and once for Hampshire against an England XI in 1828.
Gregory 1791–1792 Five appearances in first-class matches for Brighton Cricket Club. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [148]
Grenway 1819 A single match for Hampshire. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [149]
Algernon Greville 1815–1823 Played in seven first-class matches for six sides. Was MCC President 1828/29. Brother of Charles Greville. [150]
Charles Greville 1819–1827 Played five times, three times for MCC and twice for the Gentlemen. Brother of Algernon Greville.
Grinham 1798 Played in two matches for Hampshire. Other than a surname (which has two possible spellings), no biographical information is known. [151]
James Grinham 1822–1835 Played in 13 first-class matches, nine of which were for Godalming.
Grinstead 1789 One match for a Kent XI at Bourne Paddock. Also known as Greenstreet by Haygarth, no other biographical information is known. [152][153][154]
Groombridge 1793 Two first-class matches, one for Hornchurch and one for an Essex XI. Is known to have played one other match for a London side in 1789. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [155]
Grover 1809 A single first-class match for a Surrey XI as well as three known other matches. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [156]
John Grover 1790 One match for MCC. [157]
John Gunnell 1810 A single first-class match for Surrey.
W. Gunnell 1797 One first-class match for an England XI and a club match for Mitcham in 1813. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [158]
Philip Gurdon 1820–1822 Two first-class matches, one for Norfolk in 1820 and one for Cambridge University in 1822. Brother of William Gurdon.
William Gurdon 1825 A single first-class appearance for Cambridge University. Brother of Philip Gurdon.
John Guthrie 1819–1820 Two first-class appearances for Cambridge University.

H[edit]

Name Seasons Comments Ref
Edward Hale 1789–1797 Played in three first-class matches for Hampshire.
Hall 1797 Played in one first-class match for C Lennox's XI and is known to have played one other match for a London side in 1789. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [159]
James Hall 1821–1838 A total of 12 matches for Cambridge based sides.
John Hammond 1790–1816 Played in 123 first-class matches, most frequently for England XIs, including the first two Gentlemen v Players fixtures.
Harry Hampton 1800–1811 Six first-class appearances, including three for England XIs. Brother of J Hampton.
J. Hampton 1793–1816 Played 45 first-class matches, including 18 for Surrey. Brother of Harry Hampton but, other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [160]
R. Hampton 1802 One first-class match for W Barton's XI in 1802. Is also known to have played in a 22-a-side match for Surrey. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [161]
Henry Hannington 1819–1821 Two first-class matches for Cambridge University.
William Harbord, 2nd Baron Suffield 1791 Three first-class matches.
James Harding 1792–1810 Played in 36 first-class matches, most frequently for Surrey sides. Brother of John Harding.
John Harding 1809 One first-class match for Surrey. Brother of James Harding. Other than his name, no other biographical information is known. [162]
David Harris 1782–1798 A total of 78 first-class appearances, most frequently for Hampshire and England sides.
Hart 1792 Known to have played in one match for Brighton. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [163]
Harvey 1792–1793 Played in four first-class matches, two for each of Hornchurch and Essex. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [164]
F. Hatton 1815 A single match for MCC. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [165]
Hawkins 1786–1787 Four first-class appearances, including two for Hampshire, one for White Conduit Club and one for the Earl of Winchilsea's XI. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [166]
Hawkins 1817 One match for W Ward's XI. Possibly a captain in the British Army but, other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [167]
John Heathcote 1820 Two first-class matches for Cambridge University.
Edward Heneage 1796 Played in one first-class match for a Surrey side.
Hennell 1817 One first-class match for an England XI. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [168]
Henry Herbert, 3rd Earl of Carnarvon 1822 Played in one match for an MCC side.
Hesketh 1816 Played in one first-class match for a Gentlemen of England side and is known to have played other matches for Old Etonians and W Ward's XI in 1817. Served as a Major in the British Army but, other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [169]
Philip Hewett 1820 Played in one match for Cambridge University.
Higgs 1789–1790 Played in three first-class matches, two for Hornchurch and one for an Essex team. Other than a surname, which is also recorded as Hicks, no biographical information is known. [170]
Hill 1825 Played once for Sussex. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [171]
Hines 1822 One appearance for a Kent side. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [172]
George Hoare 1807–1812 Five appearances, mostly for teams associated in some way with MCC.
Henry Hoare 1823–1824 Three first-class matches for MCC sides.
Hockley 1799–1805 Six first-class matches for a variety of sides, including both Surrey and Hampshire. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [173]
Hodgson 1817 Played in two first-class matches, one for Hampshire and one for EH Budd's XI. Served as a Captain in the British Army but, other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [174][175]
Holden 1818 One match for W Ward's XI. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [176]
C. Holland 1808 Played on one first-class match for Homerton in 1808 and in 13 other matches for the same team from 1799 to 1807. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [177]
Henry Holland 1807–1825 Six first-class matches, four for Hampshire and two for Godalming.
George Hollest 1821 One match for Cambridge University.
Charles Holloway 1816–1822 Thirteen first-class matches, ten of which were for Hampshire.
Honer 1822 Two matches for Godalming. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [178]
Hooker 1795 Three first-class matches, one for each of Kent, R Leigh's XI and the Earl of Darnley's XI. Played other matches between 1799 and 1807 for Rochester and for Kent teams, including six matches against England when Kent fielded up to 23 players in each match. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [179]
William Hooker 1823–1833 Played in 26 first-class matches, most commonly for Sussex.
William Hopkins 1825–1828 Four first-class matches, three for Cambridge University and one for an England XI.
Hopkinson 1817 Two first-class matches, one for MCC and one for EH Budd's XI. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [180]
James Hopper 1822–1827 Three matches for Kent.
Horsey 1788–1789 Played in two matches for Hampshire sides. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [181]
Richard Hosmer 1780–1791 Made 18 first-class appearances, mainly for Kent sides. [182]
H. C. Howard 1815–1816 Two matches for Middlesex sides. Other than a surname and initials, no biographical information is known. [183]
R. Howard 1804 Played in one first-class match for Surrey in 1804 and four other matches for the same team between 1802 and 1803. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [184]
Thomas Howard 1803–1829 Made 88 first-class appearances, mainly for England XIs and Hampshire sides.
Hudson 1792 Played in two matches for Brighton, one of which is considered first-class. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [185]
Hull 1821 Played in two first-class matches for Godalming. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [186]
George Hume 1821–1822 Two matches for Cambridge University.
Hunt 1788–1789 Played in four first-class matches, two for MCC and one each for Hampshire and an England XI. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [187]
Edward Hussey 1773–1797 18 first-class appearances, mainly for Kent and MCC sides. [188]
Hyde 1791 One first-class for Brighton. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [189]

I[edit]

Name Seasons Comments Ref
Thomas Ingram 1787–1797 Played in 21 first-class matches for a variety of sides, most commonly those associated with Hornchurch, Essex and Surrey. [190]

J[edit]

Name Seasons Comments Ref
David James 1816–1817 Two first-class matches for Old Etonians.
J. James 1814–1818 Played in three first-class matches. Other than his surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [191]
W. Jeans 1817 One first-class match for Old Wykehamists. Other than his surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [192]
William Jefferies 1803 Made one first-class appearance for a Nottinghamshire and Leicestershire side. Also played for Nottingham in non-first-class matches.
Herbert Jenner 1825–1838 Played in 36 first-class matches, mainly for Kent sides and the Gentlemen. President of MCC in 1833/34
John Jenner 1807–1826 Six first-class matches, five of which were for Middlesex.
T. Johnson 1825–1834 Played in 17 first-class matches for Cambridge sides. Other than his surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [193]
William Jolliffe, 1st Baron Hylton 1825 Played in one first-class match for a Hampshire side.
Jones 1787 One match for Essex. Other than his surname, no biographical information is known. [194]
Jones 1824 Played one match for Godalming. Other than his surname, no biographical information is known. [195]
E. Jones 1793 A single match for the Earl of Winchilsea's XI. Jones was the vicar of Greetham in Rutland. [196][197]
Sir Thomas Jones 1814–1819 Played in six first-class matches for five different sides, twice for an England XI.
James Jordan 1822–1824 Played in nine first-class matches, four for Kent, three for the Players and two for England.
Henry Jupp 1824–1827 Two first-class appearances, one for Godalming in 1824 and one for an England XI in 1827.
Thomas Jutten 1791–1792 Played in five first-class matches for Brighton.

K[edit]

Name Seasons Comments Ref
John Lister Kaye 1787–1798 Made eight first-class appearances, five of which were for MCC.
William Keen 1821–1831 Played in 28 first-class matches, including 12 for Godalming and seven for Surrey.
Kennett 1789 Played a single match for East Kent. [198]
Daniel King 1814 Played once for G Osbaldeston's XI.
Henry Robert Kingscote 1825–1844 Made 33 first-class appearances. President of MCC 1827/28.
Douglas Kinnaird 1808–1822 Played 19 first-class matches.
Knight 1802 Played one first-class match for Lord F Beauclerk's XI. Other than his surname, no biographical information is known. [199]
Edward Knight 1822–1828 Made 13 first-class appearances. Brother of George T Knight.
George T. Knight 1820–1837 Played 23 first-class matches. Brother of Edward Knight.
Knowles 1797 A sole first-class match for the Earl of Winchilsea's XI as well as non-first-class matches for Hertfordshire, and Thursday Club sides. Other than his surname, no biographical information is known. [200][201]

L[edit]

Name Seasons Comments Ref
Felix Ladbroke 1804–1822 22 first-class appearances for a variety of sides.
James Ladbroke 1800–1826 Played in 19 first-class matches, 11 of which were for Godalming.
John Lambert 1794–1810 Nine first-class appearances, mainly for sides connected to MCC.
William Lambert 1801–1817 A total of 64 first-class matches played, most frequently for Surrey or England sides.
Charles Lanaway 1825–1838 Made 36 first-class appearances, 34 of which were for Sussex.
Henry T. Lane 1818–1827 Nine first-class matches. President of MCC 1824/25
Richard Lane 1820–1824 Played 12 times, mainly for MCC.
William Lascelles 1818 Made one appearance for EH Budd's XI.
James Lawrell 1803–1810 Played 21 first-class matches, most frequently for Surrey.
James Lawrence 1820 Played twice for Cambridge Town Club.
Richard Lawrence 1787–1795 Played in 12 first-class matches, mostly for Oldfield or Berkshire.
Lea 1807 Made his only first-class appearance for MCC. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [202]
John Leaney 1825–1826 Played twice for Kent.
William Leaney 1815 One appearance for Kent.
Lear 1808 Played his only known match for an England side. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [203]
Lee 1814 One known match, played for Lord F Beauclerk's XI. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [204]
Leeson 1803 Made his only known appearance in any cricket match for a Nottinahmshire and Leicestershire combined side against Hampshire at Lord's. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [205]
Stephen Lefeaver 1825 Two appearances for Kent.
J Leggatte 1789 A single known first-class match, for the Gentlemen of England against Middlesex. Is known to have played one other match for MCC against West Sussex in 1790. Other than a surname, which has two possible spellings, no biographical information is known. [206]
Richard Leigh 1806–1809 Five first-class matches.
Charles Lennox, 4th Duke of Richmond 1786–1802 A founder member of MCC, Lennox played in 46 first-class matches, most frequently for MCC, England sides and his own side. He was a guarantor for Thomas Lord when he established the first Lord's ground in 1787. [207]
George Leycester 1790–1808 Played in 50 first-class matches, most frequently for MCC and Surrey.
Thomas Liffen 1791–1792 Played in five first-class matches for Brighton. Other than his name, no biographical details are known. [208]
James Light 1825 Played in one match for Sussex.
Henry Lillywhite 1816–1825 Played seven first-class matches for Hampshire sides.
James Lillywhite 1821 One first-class match for Hampshire.
William Lillywhite 1825–1853 Played in 237 first-class matches, mainly for Sussex, MCC and England XI. One of the first major rounder bowlers.
John Littler 1791–1793 Played in eight first-class matches, primarily for Essex and Hornchurch.
Henry J. Lloyd 1815–1830 Made 34 first-class appearances, mainly for sides related to MCC. President of MCC 1822/23.
Thomas Lloyd 1792 Played in a single match for Berkshire. Other than his name, no biographical information is known. [209]
Thomas Lord 1787–1816 Played in 59 first-class matches, but is more notable for establishing Lord's as a cricket ground in 1787.
Thomas Lord junior 1815–1816 Five first-class appearances. Son of Thomas Lord.
George Louch 1773–1797 Played in 122 first-class matches for a wide variety of sides, with 39 matches played for MCC.
Henry Lowther 1819–1843 47 first-class matches, primarily for MCC sides.
Luck 1793 Played in three first-class matches for Kent and is known to have played in one match in 1800 for Woolwich Cricket Club. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [210]
Stephen Lushington 1799 Played in three first-class matches.

M[edit]

Name Seasons Comments Ref
J. Maddox 1791 A single first-class match for MCC. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [211]
Peregrine Maitland 1798–1808 Made 24 first-class appearances.
Noah Mann 1777–1789 Made 56 first-class appearances, 39 of which were for Hampshire. Father of Noah Mann junior.
Noah Mann junior 1807–1818 Nine matches, generally for MCC sides. Son of Noah Mann.
March 1807 One known match for MCC. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [212]
Marclew 1795 Played one match for Sir Horatio Mann's XI. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [213]
George Marten 1821 A single first-class appearance for Cambridge University.
Martin 1816 Two first-class matches, one for Hampshire and one for an England XI. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [214]
Sir Henry Martin, 2nd Baronet 1797–1813 Played in seven first-class matches.
J. Martin 1787–1793 Made 10 first-class appearances, mostly for Hornchurch and Essex. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known.
Richard Martin 1815 One first-class match for Sussex.
W. Martin 1819–1826 Played in seven first-class matches and three other matches for the Cambridge Town Club. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [215]
Stephen Masters 1815 One known match for Kent. [216]
William Mathews 1821–1830 Made 31 first-class appearances, most frequently for Godalming and England sides.
Matthews 1789 One first-class appearance for Middlesex. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [217]
May 1797–1798 Played in four matches for Hampshire. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [218]
S. Maynard 1823–1828 Five first-class appearances, four of them for Hampshire. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [219]
George Meads 1825–1836 Played 14 times for Sussex.
Medlicott 1819–1822 Played in two first-class matches and one other match for the Cambridge Town Club. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [220]
Francis Mellersh 1814–1830 Played in 11 first-class matches, nine of which were for Sussex.
Thomas Mellish 1793–1815 40 first-class matches.
J. Merchant 1791–1792 Played five times for Brighton. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [221]
Paul Methuen, 1st Baron Methuen 1816 A single first-class match for MCC.
Miles 1793 Played a single first-class match for an Essex side in 1793. Is known to have played other matches for Hornchurch in 1791. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [222]
John Miller 1791 Played one match for Old Etonians.
George Mills 1825–1831 A total of eight first-class matches, mainly for Kent. Brother of Richard Mills.
John Mills 1816–1820 Nine first-class matches.
Richard Mills 1825–1843 A total of 47 first-class matches, primarily for Kent sides. Brother of George Mills.
H. Mitchell 1816–1819 Four first-class matches, three of them for Hampshire. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [223]
Mitchell 1803–1809 Two first-class matches, one for Surrey in 1803 and one for an England XI in 1809. Is known to have played in two other matches for Surrey between 1802 and 1803. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [224]
Charles Mitford 1815–1817 Played in three first-class matches.
Monk 1792–1795 Made ten first-class appearances, seven for Oldfield and three for Berkshire. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [225]
George Henry Monson 1786–1792 A total of 10 first-class appearances.
Charles Montagu-Scott, 4th Duke of Buccleuch 1797 Played in three first-class matches.
Edward Morant 1793–1795 Played in three first-class matches, two of them for Oldfield.
Morgan 1802 Played a single first-class match for C Lennox's XI. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [226]
Morgan 1803 A single known cricket match for Nottinghamshire and Leicestershire. Served as a Major in the British Army but, other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [227][228]
Henry Morley 1815–1838 Played in 30 first-class matches.
Mott 1820 Played twice for the Cambridge Town Club. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [229]
John Moultrie 1820 A single first-class match for Cambridge University.
Munday 1792–1797 Played two first-class matches for Hampshire and one other match in 1796. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [230]
Robert Murcutt 1819–1820 Played in two first-class matches for the Cambridge Town Club.
Murray 1787–1789 Played three first-class matches, two for Hornchurch and one for an Essex side. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [231]

N[edit]

Name Seasons Comments Ref
J. Neale 1788–1792 Played in three first-class and one other match for Hampshire. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [232]
Molyneux Nepean 1808 Played in one first-class match for MCC.
J. Nesbit 1812 Played a single match for Lord F Beauclerks' XI. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [233]
Nethercliffe 1817 Played in a single match for a Hampshire side. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [234]
Christopher Nevill 1820–1822 Played three times for Cambridge University.
Richard Newman 1773–1793 Made 19 first-class appearances, mainly for Kent and MCC. [235]
Francis Nicholas 1821–1830 Played in 23 first-class matches, mainly for MCC sides.
Nicholson 1788 Played in one match for Kent. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [236]
Thomas V. R. Nicoll 1790–1794 12 matches, mainly for MCC sides.
Thomas Nicoll 1817–1835 Made 28 first-class appearances, mostly for MCC sides.
Thomas Nordish 1815–1823 Played twice for Kent.
John Nyren 1787–1817 Played in 16 first-class matches, but is more notable as an author. [237]

O[edit]

Name Seasons Comments Ref
Henry Oakes 1819 A single appearance for Cambridge University.
Oliver 1787 Played once for Middlesex in first-class matches and is known to have played in a 22-a-side match in 1803. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [238]
Oliver 1824–1828 Played in four first-class matches, three for Godalming and one for Surrey. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [239]
Denzil Onslow 1796–1807 Seven first-class appearances for six separate teams. Father of Denzil Onslow junior. [240]
Denzil Onslow junior 1821–1825 Made two first-class appearances for Cambridge University. Son of Denzil Onslow.
Thomas Onslow, 2nd Earl of Onslow 1801–1808 Three first-class appearances, two for MCC and one for Surrey.
George Osbaldeston 1808–1830 Described as "one of the leading figures in the game in the early 19th century", Osbaldeston played in 33 first-class matches, primarily for MCC, and was a "renowned" single-wicket player. [241]
John Otway 1824–1825 Played twice for the Gentlemen. Brother of William Otway.
William Otway 1824–1825 Played twice for the Gentlemen. Brother of James Otway.
Owen 1819 Played one first-class match for the Cambridge Town Club in 1819 and is known to have played one other match for the club in non-first-class cricket in 1821. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [242]
Charles Oxenden 1820–1822 Four first-class appearances for Cambridge University.
Graham Oxenden 1822 One first-class match for Cambridge University.
W. Oxley 1790–1793 Played in eight first-class matches, mostly for Hornchurch and Essex sides. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [243]

P[edit]

Name Seasons Comments Ref
Packer 1790 One match for Middlesex. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [244]
Henry Page 1819–1826 Seven first-class matches for Cambridge Town Club.
John Page 1819–1822 Five first-class matches for Cambridge Town Club.
Martin Page 1820–1834 Played in 13 first-class matches for Cambridge-based sides.
Henry Palliser 1822 A single appearance for an MCC side.
J. Palmer 1813 A single appearance for E Bligh's XI. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [245]
W. Palmer 1789 Seven first-class matches, mainly for Kent-based sides. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [246]
Park 1795 One first-class match for MCC. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [247]
Parker 1803–1806 Played in three first-class matches for Hampshire. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [248]
George Parry 1818–1829 Played in 16 first-class matches.
Parsons 1825 Played in one match for Godalming. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [249]
Payne 1815 A solitary match for MCC. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [250]
T. Payne 1795 One first-class appearance for Surrey and four appearances in other matches for the side between 1802 and 1803. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [251]
J. Pemberton 1816 One match for MCC. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [252]
Penniells 1809 One match for Surrey. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [253]
J. Peppercorn 1802–1804 Two first-class matches. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [254]
Petley 1802 One match for W Barton's XI. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [255]
William Peto 1822–1826 Nine matches, eight of them for Godalming.
Charles Pierpoint 1825–1827 Played four matches for Sussex.
Pike 1810 A sole first-class match for Colonel Bing's XI. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [256]
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. Brother of Nathaniel and William Pilch. [257]
Nathaniel Pilch 1820–1836 Played in all of Norfolk's six first-class matches alongside his brothers Fuller and William Pilch, his only first-class matches.
William Pilch 1820–1836 Played in all of Norfolk's six first-class matches alongside his brothers Fuller and Nathaniel. Made a total of eight first-class appearances.
John Pilcher 1787–1796 Played in 31 first-class matches, most frequently for Kent sides.
Alexander Pitcairn 1791–1792 Nine first-class appearances.
William Pitt 1822 Made two first-class appearances for MCC sides after captaining Eton College as a schoolboy.
John Pointer 1803–1810 Made 15 first-class appearances, mainly for Hampshire and England XIs.
John Pontifex 1807–1810 Played 12 matches. His nephew, also John Pontifex, played once for Godalming.
John Pontifex 1825 Played a single first-class match for Godalming. His uncle, also John Pontifex, played cricket.
J. Poulet 1811–1818 Made 15 first-class and seven other appearances, most frequently for teams associated with MCC. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [258]
James Powell 1818–1822 Played in eight first-class matches.
Littleton Powys 1801 Played once for Surrey.
Bulkley Praed 1822 Made one appearance for an MCC side.
T. Price 1816–1825 Six first-class appearances, four of which were for Hampshire. Other than a surname and intiial, no biographical information is known. [259]
Priest 1792 One match for Brighton. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [260]
Stephen Pryor 1820 One appearance for the Cambridge Town Club.
Richard Purchase 1773–1803 Made 113 first-class appearances. [261]

Q[edit]

Name Seasons Comments Ref
William Quarles 1820–1830 Played two first-class matches, one for Norfolk in 1820 and one for Suffolk in 1830.
Robert Quarme 1792–1793 Four first-class matches, three for Berkshire and one for Oldfield.
Quiddington 1807 A single first-class match for Surrey. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [262]

R[edit]

Name Seasons Comments Ref
Robert Radcliffe 1819 One appearance for Cambridge University.
Thomas Ray 1792–1811 Made 72 first-class appearances, mainly for England and Middlesex sides.
Thomas Razell 1809–1816 A total of three first-class appearances.
Charles Reed 1800–1810 Played in six first-class matches.
Humphrey Repton 1812–1817 Made eight first-class appearances, mainly for sides associated with MCC.
Michael Remington 1781–1791 Made seven first-class appearances. Brother of Benjamin and Thomas Remington. [263]
Frederic Reynolds 1795–1796 Played in two first-class matches. More notable as a playwright.
J Rice 1795–1797 Played in four first-class matches and 18 other matches, most frequently in other matches for the Thursday Club. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [264]
James Rice 1811–1813 Three first-class appearances. Other than his name, no biographical information is known. [265]
Richardson 1805–1807 Played in two first-class matches, once for Hampshire and once for Middlesex, as well as a 22-a-side match for Middlesex in 1803. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [266]
J. Ricketts 1816–1817 Played in two matches. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [267]
C. Ridet 1796 Played in a single match for Surrey. Other than a surname, which has two possible spellings, and initial, no biographical information is known. [268]
George Ring 1796 Two first-class appearances for England XIs. Brother of Joey Ring.
Joey Ring 1782–1796 89 first-class matches, most frequently for Kent and England XIs. Brother of George Ring. [269]
Roberts 1824–1825 Played in five first-class matches. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [270]
William Roberts 1816–1817 Two matches for Old Etonians.
Robinson 1816 A solitary first-class appearance for Middlesex. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [271]
Robert Robinson 1792–1819 Played 111 matches, most frequently appearing for Surrey or England XIs.
Charles Rocke 1822–1828 Played in six first-class matches.
Roffey 1802 One first-class match for W Barton's XI. Is known to have played in club matches for Woolwich and the Montpelier Club. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [272]
Samuel Rohde 1812 A single first-class match for G Osbaldeston's XI.
J. Roker 1825–1830 Played in five first-class matches, four for Surrey and one for Godlaming. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [273]
Edward Romilly 1825–1831 Played nine first-class matches.
C. Roots 1825 A single match for Sussex. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [274]
Rubegall 1794 One first-class match for Middlesex. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [275]
C. Russell 1795 A single match for an England XI. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [276]
J. Russell 1787–1793 Six first-class matches, mainly for Hornchurch. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [277]

S[edit]

Name Seasons Comments Ref
Sadler 1793 A single match for R Leigh's XI. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [278]
Sale 1791–1793 Four first-class matches, two for Old Etonians and two for Berkshire. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [279]
Sanderson 1797 One match for the Earl of Winchilsea's XI. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [280]
James Saunders 1822–1831 Played 54 first-class matches, most often for England XIs, Godalming and the Players.
Andrew Schabner 1811–1824 Played 15 times in first-class matches, mainly for sides associated somehow with MCC.
Scott 1793–1797 Played in three matches for MCC. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [281]
J. Scott 1819–1831 Made eight appearances for Cambridge-based sides. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [282]
Thomas Scott 1789–1798 Played 29 matches. [283]
Richard Searle 1823–1825 Played in three matches for Sussex.
William Searle 1821–1833 Made 48 first-class appearances.
Thomas Selby 1790 One first-class match for West Kent. [284]
William Sewell 1822–1827 Eight first-class appearances, four for Middlesex and four for the Gentlemen.
Edward Seymour 1819 A single match for Cambridge University. A notable physician and writer.
Thomas Shackle 1789–1809 29 first-class matches, most frequently for Middlesex.
D. Sharpe 1792 One first-class match for Brighton. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [285]
Sir John Shelley, 6th Baronet 1792–1795 Eight first-class appearances.
George Shepheard 1796 A single match for Surrey.
James Sherman 1810–1821 Played in 10 first-class matches.
John Sherman 1809–1852 Played 27 first-class matches.
Short 1801 One match for T Mellish's XI. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [286]
Simmons 1790–1791 Three first-class matches for Hornchurch. Other than a surname, which has two possible spellings, no biographical information is known. [287]
C. Slater 1787 Three first-class matches, two for Middlesex and one for a White Conduit Club side, as well as one other match for Berkshire in 1785. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [288]
John Slater 1825–1829 Played seven times, mainly for Sussex. Brother of William Slater.
William Slater 1814–1829 Played in 30 first-class matches, most frequently for Sussex.
John Slingsby 1815 Two first-class matches, one for Epsom and one for Lord F Beauclerk's XI.
Small 1788 One match for a Kent side against England. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [289]
Eli Small 1796 One match for the Earl of Winchilsea's XI.
Jack Small 1784–1810 Played 144 matches, mainly for England and Hampshire sides. Son of John Small.
John Small 1772–1798 Played 111 matches. Father of Jack Small.
Smith 1822 Two matches for Godalming. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [290]
Smith 1822 One match for the Players. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [291]
Smith 1825–1826 Two matches for Cambridge University. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [292]
Gustavus T. Smith 1815–1823 Five matches, three for MCC sides.
James Smith 1792–1800 Seven first-class matches.
Percy Smith 1825–1826 Played twice for Cambridge University.
T. Smith 1817 One match for Old Wykehamists. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [293]
Soane 1795 Two first-class matches, one for C Lennox's XI and one for an England XI. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [294]
Stephen Southon 1825–1826 Played four times for Kent.
G. Sparks 1806–1810 Played in six first-class matches. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [295]
John Sparks 1803–1829 Played in 50 first-class matches, most frequently for Surrey and England XIs.
Spencer 1793 A single first-class match for Hornchurch. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [296]
George Spencer-Churchill, 6th Duke of Marlborough 1817 One match for an England XI. Recorded as the Marquis of Blandford on scorecards.
St John 1825 A solitary first-class match for Godalming. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [297]
Daniel Stacey 1817–1820 Three first-class matches.
Stanford 1807 A single match for MCC. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [298]
Richard Stanford 1780–1787 Played in eight first-class matches for Kent sides.
Stanhope 1787–1798 Six matches, four for Middlesex and two for MCC. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [299]
Thomas Stearn 1825–1840 Played 22 first-class matches for Cambridge sides.
John Stevens 1789–1793 Played in 11 first-class matches for Essex and Hornchurch sides.
Lumpy Stevens 1772–1789 Played in a total of 83 first-class matches.
Robert Stevens 1797–1799 Three first-class appearances. [300]
Thomas Stevenson 1822 One match for Cambridge University.
Henry Stewart 1788–1806 Played three first-class matches for Hampshire. Brother of John Stewart.
John Stewart 1792–1797 Played twice for Hampshire. Brother of Henry Stewart.
R. Stewart 1791–1792 Played two first-class matches, once for the Gentlemen of England and once for MCC. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [301]
Robert Stone 1773–1790 Played in 10 first-class matches.
S. Stonehewer 1813 Played once for E Bligh's XI. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [302]
V. Strange 1816 Made one first-class appearance for MCC. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [303]
E. Streeter 1791–1792 Played twice for Brighton in first-class matches and twice in other matches for the same side. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [304]
William Streets 1803 One first-class appearance for a Nottinghamshire and Leicestershire side.
Richard Stringer 1803 One first-class appearance for a Nottinghamshire and Leicestershire side.
Strudwick 1805–1806 Played three first-class matches, two for Surrey and one for an England XI. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [305]
William Sturt 1815–1817 Three matches for Sussex.
Tom Sueter 1772–1790 Played 67 first-class matches, 54 of them for Hampshire.
Frederick Sullivan 1821 A single match for MCC.
George Sutherland-Leveson-Gower, 2nd Duke of Sutherland 1816 Made a single first-class appearance for EH Budd's XI. Recorded as Lord Sutherland on scorecards. [306]
J. Swan 1825–1826 Played twice for the Cambridge Town Club. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [307]
Sylvester 1792–1802 Made 15 first-class appearances, mainly for Middlesex and sides linked to MCC. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [308]

T[edit]

Name Seasons Comments Ref
George Talbot 1787–1791 Played in 20 first-class matches. [309]
Talmash 1790 One first-class match for Middlesex. Other than a surname, which is recorded at Talmege by CricketArchive and CricInfo, no biographical information is known. [310]
John Tanner 1797–1826 Played 45 first-class matches.
Taylor 1817 One match for Old Etonians. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [311]
Thomas Taylor 1775–1798 Played in 102 first-class matches, most frequently for Hampshire. [312]
Thompson 1792–1794 Nine first-class matches, six for Oldfield and three for Berkshire. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [313]
James Thumwood 1816–1826 Played 23 first-class catches, 12 of them for Hampshire.
John Thumwood 1816–1821 Played in eight first-class matches, five of them for Hampshire.
Edward Thwaites 1825–1837 Made 25 first-class appearances, most frequently for Sussex.
Timber 1792–1795 Made 10 first-class appearances, eight for Oldfield and two for Berkshire. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [314]
Todd 1804 One match for MCC. Served as a Captain in the British Army but, other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [315]
C. Towell 1791 Played in one first-class and three other matches for MCC. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [316]
Charles Town 1815–1823 Made three first-class appearances for Kent.
James Townsend 1821–1831 Made nine first-class appearances.
Thomas Tucker 1822 A single appearance in first-class matches for Cambridge University.
Henry Tufton, 11th Earl of Thanet 1793–1801 Played in 62 first-class matches. Brother of John and Sackville Tufton
John Tufton 1793–1798 Made 48 first-class appearances. Brother of Henry and Sackville Tufton.
Sackville Tufton, 9th Earl of Thanet 1791–1794 Played in five first-class matches. Brother of Henry and John Tufton.
Turnbull 1796 Two first-class matches for Surrey. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [317]
Robert Turner 1789–1797 21 first-class cricket, most frequently for Middlesex. [318]
W. Turner 1789–1809 Played in 15 first-class matches. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [319]
Thomas Twistleton 1794–1796 Appeared in four first-class matches for four separate teams.
Tyson 1790–1793 Four first-class appearances, three for MCC and one for Old Etonians. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [320]

U[edit]

Name Seasons Comments Ref
John Unstead 1825 One first-class match for Kent.
Arthur Upton 1795–1808 Made 36 appearances in first-class matches, most commonly for England XIs and MCC teams.
May Upton 1824 Played in one match for Sussex.

V[edit]

Name Seasons Comments Ref
John Vallance 1791–1792 Five first-class matches for Brighton. Brother of Philip Vallance.
Philip Vallance 1791–1792 Six first-class appearances for Brighton. Brother of John Vallance.
Vane 1802 A single first-class match for Lord F Beauclerk's XI and two known club matches for the Monpelier Club. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [321]
Venner 1790 Made a single first-class appearance for East Kent. Recorded as Kennett by CricketAchive, other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [322][323]
Viger 1808–1814 Played a total of four first-class matches, three for Surrey and one for MCC. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [324]
Godfrey Vigne 1819–1845 Played in 11 first-class matches, primarily for MCC sides. Son of Thomas Vigne.
Thomas Vigne 1804–1832 Played in 60 first-class matches, mainly for sides connected to MCC. Father of Godfrey Vigne.
Vincent 1789 Three first-class matches, one for Surrey, one for an England XI and one for the Gentlemen of England, all in 1789. Is known to have played four other matches for Surrey sides between 1789 and 1802. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [325]
C. Vivian 1816 A single appearance for an MCC side. Other than a surname and an initial, no biographical information is known. [326]

W[edit]

Name Seasons Comments Ref
Walker 1790 One first-class match for East Kent. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [327]
Walker 1822 Played once for Kent. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [328]
Harry Walker 1786–1802 101 first-class appearances, most frequently for Surrey. Brother of John and Tom Walker.
John Walker 1789–1806 Played in 52 first-class matches, most frequently for Surrey. Brother of Harry and Tom Walker.
Tom Walker 1786–1810 Made 177 first-class appearances, most frequently for Surrey. Brother of Harry and John Walker.
Waller 1800–1803 Played twice for Surrey. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [329]
John Wallington 1817–1828 Played in four matches for four different teams.
Robert Walpole 1793–1808 Played in three matches for three different teams.
W. Wansell 1802 One match for W Barton's XI. Other than a surname initial, no biographical information is known. [330]
F. Ward 1817 Played twice in first-class matches, once for Hampshire and once for EH Budd's XI. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [331]
John Ward 1800–1806 Played 14 matches, 11 times for England XIs.
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. [332]
Charles Warren 1795–1826 Played in 23 first-class matches.
Robert Warsop 1803–1826 Played in two first-class matches, once for a Nottinghamshire and Leicestershire side in 1803 and once for Nottingham in 1826. Brother of Thomas Warsop. Recorded as Richard Warsop by CricketArchive. [333]
Thomas Warsop 1803 One first-class match for Nottinghamshire and Leicestershire. Brother of Robert Warsop.
T. Webb 1790–1808 Played six first-class matches, all for Middlesex. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [334]
Richard Welch 1791–1793 Played in seven first-class matches.
G. Wells 1814–1821 Played in 15 first-class matches. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known.
James Wells 1783–1800 Played in 21 first-class matches, including 10 for Surrey and 7 for Hampshire. Brother of John Wells.
John Wells 1787–1815 Made 149 first-class appearances, including 55 for Surrey. Brother of James Wells.
W. Wells 1791–1816 Played in nine first-class matches. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [335]
George Wenman 1825–1834 Nine first-class appearances, five of them for Kent. Brother of John Wenman and cousin of Ned Wenman.
John Wenman 1825–1838 Nine first-class appearances, five of them for Kent. Brother of George Wenman and cousin of Ned Wenman.
Ned Wenman 1825–1854 A leading wicket=keeper and all-rounder who played in 146 first-class matches, 61 of them for Kent. Cousin of George and John Wenman. [336]
West 1794 Played twice for Oldfield. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [337]
J. Weston 1787 Made a single first-class appearance for Middlesex. [338]
Wheeler 1794–1795 Played three times for Middlesex sides. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [339]
White 1789–1797 Played in three first-class matches, two for Hampshire and one for Kent. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [340]
Jacob White 1791 A single first-class match for Middlesex.
Joseph White 1806 A single match for Surrey. Other than his name, no biographical information is known. [341]
W. White 1787–1792 Played in ten first-class matches, eight of which were for Middlesex. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [342]
R. Whitehead 1795–1800 Played in 14 matches. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [343]
Wicks 1820 A single match for the Cambridge Town Club. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [344]
Henry Wilder 1817 A single match for Old Wykehamists. [345]
Wilkinson 1824 A sole first-class match for Sussex. Other than his surname, no biographical information is known. [346]
John Willan 1819–1830 Played in 13 first-class matches.
G. Willes 1815 A single match for Kent. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [347]
John Willes 1806–1822 Played in only five first-class matches, but is usually credited as the first person to bowl rounder style in a first-class match. [348]
Williams 1820 A member of Pembroke College, Cambridge who played in two matches for Cambridge University. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [349]
Williams 1798 Three first-class matches, two for MCC and one for an England XI. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [350]
Charles Williams 1823 A single match for MCC.
Wilson 1797 A single match for the Earl of Winchilsea's XI. Other than surname, no biographical information is known. [351]
Wilson 1809 A single first-class match for Surrey and one club match for the Montpelier Club. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [352]
Windebank 1805–1807 Four first-class matches, three for Hampshire and one for an England XI. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [353]
Windsor 1788 One appearance for an N to Z team. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [354]
Edward Winter 1794–1815 Made 12 first-class appearances, six of them for Oldfield.
Witcher 1797 Played a sole first-class match for Hampshire. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [355]
J. Witherdon 1817 A single first-class match for MCC along with one other match for the same side, both in 1817. Other than a surname and initial, no biographical information is known. [356]
Sir George Wombwell, 2nd Baronet 1792 One first-class match for MCC.
Wood 1789–1790 Played twice for East Kent. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [357]
Edward Woodbridge 1815–1819 Played in 10 first-class matches. Brother of Frederick Woodbridge.
Frederick Woodbridge 1815–1819 Made nine first-class appearances.
Woodburn 1804 One match for Hampshire. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [358]
Woodroffe 1799–1800 Played in four first-class matches. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [359]
Wooldridge 1798 One match for Hampshire. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [360]
Richard Wyatt 1787–1797 Played in 20 first-class matches.
George Wyndham 1820–1821 Two matches for Cambridge University.

Y[edit]

Name Seasons Comments Ref
Lord Yarmouth 1799 Appeared once for Surrey and once for an England XI.
Young 1801 One match for Surrey. Other than a surname, no biographical information is known. [361]

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;[1] in some cases sources do not agree and in others more recent research has invalidated entires in older sources.[2] A very small number of scorecards do not give the names of players at all.[3] Teams are also given different names in different sources on occasions[4] and the accounts of matches also differ.[5]
  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 on the player's article. Further information can be found in Scores and Biographies, Volume 1 or A list of all the principal Matches of Cricket that have been played (1790 to 1805).

References[edit]

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  1. ^ See, for example, the match at Hornchurch in 1787 (CricInfo) or that between Hampshire and Sussex in 1825 (CricInfo). The issue of identity is commonplace throughout the period.
  2. ^ See, for example, the note dealing with the identity of Jones on the scorecard for the match between the Earl of Winchilsea's XI and R Leigh's XI in 1793 (CricInfo) or the date of the match between England and Surrey in the same year (CricInfo).
  3. ^ See, for example, the scorecard for Cambridge Town v Cambridge University in 1817 (CricInfo; CricketArchive)
  4. ^ See, for example, the notes on the scorecard for the match between Kent and Hampshire in 1792 (CricInfo).
  5. ^ See, for example, the notes on the scorecard for Surrey v England in 1795 (CricInfo).
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