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Full name John Dunn
Born June 8, 1862, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
Died October 10, 1892, Sand Is, Pescadores, Formosa (aged 30 years 124 days)
Major teams Hong Kong, Surrey
Batting style Right-hand bat
John Dunn played for Surrey before he was posted to Hong Kong by the army in 1889. He then played for Hong Kong and, in 1892, travelled to Shanghai to play and on the return journey his ship, the P&O liner Bokhara, was swamped and sank. Only 23 of the 148 passengers and crew survived and Dunn was not among them.
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