Full name Charles Frederick Lyttelton
Born January 26, 1887, Marylebone, London
Died October 3, 1931, Paddington, London (aged 44 years 250 days)
Major teams Cambridge University, Worcestershire
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm fast
Relation Grandfather - GW Lyttelton, Father - CG Lyttelton, Uncle - GWS Lyttelton, Uncle - AT Lyttelton, Uncle - RH Lyttelton, Uncle - E Lyttelton, Uncle - Hon.A Lyttelton, Brother - JC Lyttelton, Brother-in-law - GRR Colman, Brother-in-law - DG Wigan, Nephew - CF Lyttelton
|First-class span||1906 - 1910|
The Rev. Hon. Charles Frederick Lyttelton, born on January 26, 1887, died in London on October 3. Although a really good fast bowler he missed getting into the Eleven at Eton but at Cambridge, in 1908, met with more success and in a very close match which Oxford won by two wickets he took five wickets for 85. In a drawn game at Lord's next season he did not get a wicket. He occasionally assisted Worcestershire.
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