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Full name Arthur Dunbar Whatman
Born February 13, 1873, Dorking, Surrey
Died May 28, 1965, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk (aged 92 years 104 days)
Major teams Lord Hawke's XI, RA Bennett's XI, RS Lucas' XI
Batting style Right-hand bat
Fielding position Wicketkeeper
Arthur Whatman was a sound wicketkeeper for many years for Suffolk, but his first-class experience was limited to three overseas tours with representative sides - two to the Caribbean and one to New Zealand. He was embroiled in a major controversy on his final trip when he became involved in a dispute with Canterbury's Arthur Sims over a controversial decision.
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