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Full name Thomas Alan Chapman
Born May 14, 1918, Barwell, Leicestershire
Died February 20, 1979, Marandellas, Rhodesia (aged 60 years 282 days)
Major teams Rhodesia, Leicestershire
Batting style Right-hand bat
Fielding position Wicketkeeper
Thomas Alan Chapman, who played as a batsman for Leicestershire between 1946 and 1950 and then emigrated to Rhodesia, for whom he appeared in the Currie Cup, died
suddenly on February 19 in Marandellas, Zimbabwe. Born in Barwell on May 14, 1919, he was 59 years of age at his death.
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