Full name Arthur Temple Lyttelton
Born January 7, 1852, Westminster, London
Died February 19, 1903, Petersfield, Hampshire (aged 51 years 43 days)
Major teams Marylebone Cricket Club
Also known as The Bishop of Southampton
Batting style Right-hand bat
Relation Father - GW Lyttelton, Brother - CG Lyttelton, Brother - GWS Lyttelton, Brother - RH Lyttelton, Brother - E Lyttelton, Brother - Hon.A Lyttelton, Nephew - NS Talbot, Nephew - JC Lyttelton, Nephew - CF Lyttelton
|First-class span||1872 - 1872|
The Right Rev. The Hon. Arthur Temple Lyttelton, DD, Bishop of Southampton, died, after a prolonged illness, at the Castle House, Petersfield, on February 19th. He was the fifth son of the fourth Lord Lyttelton, and was born in London on January 7th, 1852. His first appearance at Lord's was for Eton against Harrow in 1870. Scores and Biographies (vol. xi, p. 404) says of him:-- Like the rest of the family he is a fine free hitter, and an excellent field at long-leg, or middle-wicket-off. Height 5ft. 11½ inches; weight 12st. 8lbs.
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