|First-class span||1939 - 1939|
JEWELL, MR. JOHN MARK HERBERT, who died at Durban on October 28, played in two matches for Worcestershire in 1939, his highest score being 24 v. West Indies. Born at Bloemfontein in 1917, he was the son of J. E. Jewell, who played for Orange Free State from 1911 to 1926, and nephew of M. F. S. and A. N. Jewell. Joining the R.A.F. in 1938, he served throughout the war and was released with the rank of Squadron-Leader and awarded the M.B.E. He was for two years a prisoner of war.
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