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Full name Charles Molesworth Tuke
Born May 23, 1857, Chiswick, Middlesex
Died January 24, 1925, Chiswick, Middlesex (aged 67 years 246 days)
Major teams Middlesex
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm fast
Education St Paul's; St George's Hospital
Dr. Charles Molesworth Tuke, born at Chiswick on May 23, 1857, died on January 24, after a long illness, aged 67. In Scores and Biographies it was said of him: " Is a very fast round-armed bowler 'with a whip from the wrist'; an average bat, and fields generally at short slip or cover point." In 1882 he appeared, though not with much success, in seven matches for Middlesex.
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack
Dr. Charles Tuke maintained Chiswick House in Middlesex as a private asylum for more than three decades and was a government consultant in insanity among ex servicemen.
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