Full name Henry Thomas Lane
Born May 17, 1793, Marylebone, London
Died February 15, 1834, Middleton House, Sussex (aged 40 years 274 days)
Major teams Gentlemen, Hampshire, Kent
|First-class debut||EH Budd's XI v W Ward's XI at Lord's, Jun 1-2, 1818 scorecard|
|Last First-class||Gentlemen v Players at Lord's, Jun 25-27, 1827 scorecard|
Henry Lane was a well-liked character who was 31 when he became MCC president in 1824, but that was the height of his cricketing fame as he failed to make any impression on the field and died while a comparatively young man.
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