Full name John Tudor Gwynn
Born November 13, 1881, Ramelton, Co Donegal, Ireland
Died May 17, 1956, Bangor, Co Down, Ireland (aged 74 years 186 days)
Major teams Europeans (India)
Education St Columba's College; Trinity College, Dublin
|First-class span||1919/20 - 1920/21|
John Gwynn was a batsman who came from a remarkable Dublin cricketing family. A civil servant, his two first-class appearances came while he was working for the civil service in India.
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