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Full name Charles John Smith
Born January 19, 1849, Marylebone, London
Died May 8, 1930, 54 Sandringham Road, Golders Green, Middlesex (aged 81 years 109 days)
Major teams Middlesex
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm fast (roundarm)
Education Harrow School
Relation Brother - AF Smith
Scores and Biographies summed him up thus: As a batsman he possesses an excellent style, and is a good free hitter, is a capital field anywhere, and bowls fast round-armed, being altogether an energetic and useful cricketer. In 1866 he was a member of one of the best sides Harrow ever had; that year they beat Eton by an innings and 136 runs, Cobden and Money bowling with great effect. He was unable to play at Lord's the next year as about a fortnight before the match he cut his foot severely on a concealed scythe in jumping a ditch. His county cricket was confined to a few appearances for Middlesex.
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