Full name John Maxwell Campbell
Born October 3, 1870, Kensington, London
Died March 6, 1954, Amersham, Buckinghamshire (aged 83 years 154 days)
Major teams London County, Middlesex
Also known as Ian Maxwell Campbell
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm medium
Education Dulwich College
Relation Father - F Campbell
|First-class span||1900 - 1902|
Colonel Ian Campbell played for London County, MCC and once for Middlesex with little success, although he claimed to have twice bowled out WG Grace. He served in the Territorial Force from 1894 to 1907 and then on the western front with the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, reaching the rank of lieutenant-colonel by the time he retired in 1929. He was twice chairman of the Wine and Sprit Association and wrote two books on the subject.
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