Full name Henry Maturin
Born April 5, 1842, Fanetglebe, Clondevaddock, Co Donegal, Ireland
Died February 24, 1920, Hartley Wintney, Hampshire (aged 77 years 325 days)
Major teams Hampshire, Middlesex
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm fast (roundarm)
|First-class span||1863 - 1882|
Dr Henry Maturin, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., who was born at Clondevaddock, Co. Donegal on April 5, 1842, died at Hartley Wintney, in Hampshire, on February 24. He played for Middlesex in 1863 and later for Hampshire, being a good batsman and field and a useful fast round-armed bowler. His career in great matches was short, but he kept up his cricket in village games until well past 70, often obtaining wickets. He played for Fourteen of Hampshire at the Oval in the only match lost by Surrey in the season of 1864.
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