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Full name Edward Montagu Butler
Born December 3, 1866, Harrow-on-the-Hill, Middlesex
Died February 11, 1948, Rogate, Sussex (aged 81 years 70 days)
Major teams Cambridge University, Middlesex
Batting style Right-hand bat
Education Harrow School; Cambridge University
Edward Montagu Butler, died February 11, after one day's illness, at Rogate, near Peterstield, aged 81. Played for Harrow 1883-85 (captain), and Cambridge 1888-89; Cambridge County 1894. Played for Middlesex two matches in 1885. Winner of the Public Schools Racquets Championship vvith C. D. Buxton in 1884 and with E. Crawley 1885. Represented Cambridge at racquets in the singles 1889, doubles 1888-89, and also against Oxford in the tennis doubles 1889. Amateur racquets champion 1889 and winner of the Championship with M. C. Kemp in 1892. Assistant Master at Harrow 1892-1919.
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