A.B.Crawford

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Title

A.B.Crawford

Subject

CAPTAIN ALEXANDER BASIL CRAWFORD
17th, West Yorkshire Regiment, Prince of Wales’ Own (2nd Leeds Pals). Killed: 10th May 1916, aged 24.

Description

CAPTAIN ALEXANDER BASIL CRAWFORD
17th, West Yorkshire Regiment, Prince of Wales’ Own (2nd Leeds Pals). Killed: 10th May 1916, aged 24.
Buried: St Vaast Post Military Cemetery, Richebourg-l’Avoue. III. F. 8.
School: 1902 – 1903
Register: Born 24th May 1891, admitted 14th January 1902, aged 10. Father: Alexander David Crawford, Stanton Hill, Mansfield. Occupation: Surgeon. Removed: Easter 1903.
First Class Cricketer, in 1907 and 1908 he was in the Oundle Eleven, and in 1911 appeared a few time for Warwickshire, making 140 runs in seven innings and taking thirteen wickets for 23.84 runs each. Against the West Indians he made 24 not out and took six wickets for 36 runs. Subsequently he appeared for Nottinghamshire, and in the match with the Australians in 1912 played an innings of 51.

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