Full name Henry Moore Bungay Herbert
Born January 22, 1863, Southwark, London
Died November 30, 1884, St Pancras, London (aged 21 years 313 days)
Major teams Middlesex
Also known as birth registered as Henry Moore Bungey
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Henry Herbert was a batsman who played once as an amateur for Middlesex in 1883. He batted at No. 9 in the first innings against Gloucestershire and was caught and bowled for 1 by WG Grace; in the second innings he batted and No. 11 and was 0*. He died the following year aged 21.
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