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Thomas Trueman

Thomas Trueman

English cricketer
Thomas Trueman
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Intro English cricketer
Is Athlete Cricketer
From United Kingdom
Type Sports
Gender male
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This is a complete list, in alphabetical order, of cricketers who played for Nottingham Cricket Club in first-class cricket matches. Nottingham played a total of 15 first-class matches, 13 of them between 1826 and 1834 and two in 1848 after the establishment of Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club in 1841.

Teams played under the Nottinghamshire name from 1829 onwards and many of the players listed also played for Nottinghamshire teams. A Nottinghamshire and Leicestershire combined team also played one match in 1803 which has been given first-class status and Nottinghamshire sides played eight first-class matches between 1835 and 1840. Players who played in matches for these teams or Nottinghamshire only are not included in this list.

The details are the player's usual name followed by the years in which he played first-class matches for the side, and then his name is given as it would usually appear on modern match scorecards. Note that many players represented other teams besides Nottingham.

A

Name Seasons Comments Ref
Henry Attenburrow 1848 Played in two first-class matches, one for Nottinghamshire in 1847 and one for Nottingham the following year.

B

Name Seasons Comments Ref
Thomas Barker 1826–1834 Employed as a professional at Lord's, Barker played in 72 first-class matches, including 13 for Nottingham. He also played for Nottinghamshire sides as well as MCC and England XIs.
Peter Bramley 1826 First played for Nottingham in 1813, making his only first-class appearance for the side in 1826.
James Brittain 1827 First playing for the side in 1813, Brittain made his only first-class appearance for Nottingham in 1827.
Charles Brown 1848 Played twice for Nottingham. Made a total of 33 first-class appearances, most frequently for Nottinghamshire.
George Butler 1848 Butler made 36 first-class appearances, two of which were for Nottingham. He also played for Nottinghamshire and a range of other sides and was employed as a professional at Trent Bridge.
John Buttery 1848 A professional cricketer, Buttery played in only nine first-class matches, including one for Nottingham.

C

Name Seasons Comments Ref
John Chapman 1848 Played twice for Nottingham in 1848 when he was running the Trent Bridge ground.
William Clarke 1826–1834 Played almost 150 first-class matches and was extremely influential in both Nottingham and Nottinghamshire cricket, controlling cricket in the city from 1831 until 1846 when he moved to London and founded William Clarke's All-England Eleven.
Henry Crook 1837 Played a total of five first-class matches for Nottingham and Nottinghamshire sides.

D

Name Seasons Comments Ref
John Day 1829–1834 Played in six matches for Nottingham and another two for the county side.
Joseph Dennis 1826–1829 Played in seven first-class matches, six of which were for Nottingham and the other for the combined Nottinghamshire and Leicestershire side which played a single first-class match in 1803.

F

Name Seasons Comments Ref
Thomas Foster 1827–1828 Two matches for Nottingham are all that is known of Foster's cricket career.

G

Name Seasons Comments Ref
William Garrat 1832–1834 Four of Garrat's 32 first-class matches were made for Nottingham. He also played for Nottinghamshire.
Robert Gibson 1828 Played in a solitary first-class match for the club, the only cricket match he is known to have played in.
John Gilbert 1848 Played in both of Nottingham's first-class matches in 1848.
Billy Good 1831–1834 Played in 68 first-class matches, mostly after being employed at Lord's in 1834. He made his first-class debut for Nottingham and played five times for the side.
Charles Goodall 1826 Made his only first-class appearance for Nottingham.
Joe Guy 1848 Made almost 150 first-class appearances, including playing in both of Nottingham's 1848 matches.

H

Name Seasons Comments Ref
Thomas Heath 1828–1848 11 of Heath's 20 first-class matches were for Nottingham.
John Henson 1834 Played a single match in 1834. Other than a name, no biographical details or other matches Henson played in are known.
William Hewitt 1827–1829 Played in six first-class matches, all for the Nottingham side.
John Hilton 1829–1830 All three of Hilton's first-class matches were for Nottingham. His son, also called John, played once for the county side in 1865.

J

Name Seasons Comments Ref
William Jackson 1848 Played a total of four first-class matches.
Charles Jarvis 1826 Jarvis' only first-class match was for Nottingham. Brother of George Jarvis.
George Jarvis 1826–1834 Played in 37 first-class matches, 13 of which were for Nottingham. Brother of Charles Jarvis.
John Johnson 1848 Played in both of the side's 1848 matches - the only first-class matches he played. Was influential in the development of Trent Bridge and was Secretary of the county club.

K

Name Seasons Comments Ref
Francis Kerry 1830 Kerry's only known cricket match was a first-class appearance for Nottingham.
John Kettleband 1826–1832 Played in nine first-class matches, all for Nottingham.

M

Name Seasons Comments Ref
William Musters 1848 A Church of England priest who played in 10 first-class matches, including both of Nottingham's 1848 matches.

N

Name Seasons Comments Ref
William North 1827–1828 North played in only three first-class matches, all for Nottingham. He compiled a reference work dealing with early Nottingham scorecards, a source for many of the early matches played by the side.

O

Name Seasons Comments Ref
John Oscroft 1834–1848 Four of Oscroft's nine first-class matches were for Nottingham, the others being for Nottinghamshire sides. He spent ten years employed as a professional cricketer, including in Edinburgh.

P

Name Seasons Comments Ref
George Parr 1848 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.

R

Name Seasons Comments Ref
Sam Redgate 1830–1834 A fast bowler who was "among the leading players of the 1830s". He made 78 first-class appearances.
George Rothera 1832–1834 Four of Rothera's first-class matches were for Nottingham.

S

Name Seasons Comments Ref
William Sheraton 1827–1831 Played in six first-class matches, all for Nottingham.
Hiram Slack 1831–1832 Both of Slack's first-class matches were for Nottingham.
George Smith 1826–1827 Played in three first-class matches, all for Nottingham.

T

Name Seasons Comments Ref
George Thorpe 1826 Thorpe's only first-class match was for Nottingham.
Francis Tinley 1848 A professional at a number of cricket clubs, Tinley played 19 first-class matches, including for Nottingham in 1848.
Thomas Trueman 1827 A single match in 1827. Other than a name and that he was christened in March 1802 at Nottingham, there are no biographical details.

U

Name Seasons Comments Ref
William Upton 1827–1828 Both of Upton's first-class matches were for Nottingham.

V

Name Seasons Comments Ref
Emmanuel Vincent 1828–1832 Most of Vincent's cricket was played for Sheffield or Yorkshire sides, but he played seven first-class matches for Nottingham between 1828 and 1832.

W

Name Seasons Comments Ref
Richard Warsop 1826 One of four brothers to have played for the side, Warsop is the only one who made first-class appearances for Nottingham. He had played in the 1803 Nottinghamshire and Leicestershire side alongside his brother Thomas.
Jonas Warwick 1848 One of Warwick's eight first-class appearances came for Nottingham.
William Woodward 1830–1834 Four of Woodward's six first-class matches were for Nottingham, the other two coming for the county side.
The contents of this page are sourced from Wikipedia article on 02 Jul 2020. The contents are available under the CC BY-SA 4.0 license.
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https://cricketarchive.com/Archive/Teams/1/1039/Players.html
https://www.trentbridge.co.uk/trentbridge/history/players/henry-attenburrow.html
https://www.trentbridge.co.uk/trentbridge/history/players/thomas-barker.html
https://www.trentbridge.co.uk/trentbridge/history/players/peter-bramley.html
https://cricketarchive.com/Archive/Players/36/36444/36444.html
https://www.trentbridge.co.uk/trentbridge/history/players/charles-brown.html
https://www.trentbridge.co.uk/trentbridge/history/players/george-butler.html
https://www.trentbridge.co.uk/trentbridge/history/players/john-buttery.html
https://www.trentbridge.co.uk/trentbridge/history/players/john-chapman.html
https://www.trentbridge.co.uk/trentbridge/history/players/william-clarke.html
https://www.trentbridge.co.uk/trentbridge/history/players/henry-crook.html
https://www.trentbridge.co.uk/trentbridge/history/players/john-day.html
https://www.trentbridge.co.uk/trentbridge/history/players/joseph-dennis.html
https://www.trentbridge.co.uk/trentbridge/history/players/thomas-foster.html
https://www.espncricinfo.com/england/content/player/13289.html
https://cricketarchive.com/Archive/Players/36/36815/36815.html
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