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Full name Frederick William Maude
Born February 28, 1857, Plumstead, London
Died February 9, 1923, St Pancras, London (aged 65 years 346 days)
Major teams Middlesex
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm medium
Height 6 ft 3 in
Frederick Maude, born at Plumstead, in Kent, on February 28, 1857, died in London on February 9. His height was 6ft. 3ins. and weight 12st. 4lbs. He never played for his native county, and his first match at Lord's was for MCC v Northamptonshire in August, 1882. He was educated in Germany and was a fine and free hitter, a useful medium-paced bowler and a good field at short-slip. Playing for MCC v. Wiltshire at Lord's in August, 1886, he scored 146 in his first innings and 143 in his second. Between 1885 and 1895 he stood four times for Parliament as a Liberal and a Liberal-Unionist, but was not returned. He was a Baron of the Cinque Ports.
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