United States of America
Full name Charles Allerton Newhall
Born March 3, 1847, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Died September 27, 1927, Hudson, New York (aged 80 years 208 days)
Major teams American Born, Philadelphians
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm fast
Relation Nephew - WP Newhall
|First-class span||1878 - 1886|
Charles Newhall was the longest lived of four brothers who were instrumental in the development of cricket in Philadelphia after the Civil War, establishing the foundation for the glory years of the game around the turn of the century. Considered by contemporaries to be the fastest bowler of his time in the USA, he toured in 1884.
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