Full name Archibald Philip Douglas
Born June 7, 1867, Norwood Green, Middlesex
Died January 24, 1953, Haines Hill, Taunton, Somerset (aged 85 years 231 days)
Major teams Europeans (India), Middlesex, Surrey
Batting style Right-hand bat
Education Dulwich College
|First-class span||1887 - 1911/12|
Colonel Archie Douglas, was one of four brothers who played for Middlesex. In the Dulwich XI from 1882 to 1884, he headed the batting averages in the last season, and did the same at Woolwich the next two years. On a few occasions in 1886 and 1887 he assisted Surrey, and afterwards appeared for Middlesex, the county of his birth. He also played much military cricket in India. During the Great War, when serving as Colonel of Royal Artillery (Indian Army), he was mentioned in dispatches and awarded the C.M.G. and the Serbian Order of the White Eagle (Fourth Class).
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