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Full name Henry Rupert James Charlwood
Born December 19, 1846, Horsham, Sussex
Died June 6, 1888, Scarborough, Yorkshire (aged 41 years 170 days)
Major teams England, Sussex
Batting style Right-hand bat
|Test debut||Australia v England at Melbourne, Mar 15-19, 1877 scorecard|
|Last Test||Australia v England at Melbourne, Mar 31-Apr 4, 1877 scorecard|
Harry Charlwood appeared in the first two Tests, in 1876-77, as an attacking top-order batsman, occasional lob bowler and specialist cover fielder. He was the mainstay in a poor Sussex side for several seasons, but his county career ended prematurely in 1882 when he moved to Derbyshire and then Yorkshire.
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