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Full name Edward Matheson
Born June 14, 1865, Charlton, London
Died February 26, 1945, Uffculme, Tiverton, Devon (aged 79 years 257 days)
Major teams Warwickshire
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm bowler
Education Clergy Orphan School, Canterbury
Edward Matheson's first-class career spanned 13 seasons and consisted of just two matches. He first turned out for South of England against the Australians in 1886, scoring 1 and 6. In 1899 he made his county debut, scoring 9 and 5 for Warwickshire against Gloucestershire.
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