Full name George William Lyttelton
Born March 31, 1817, Westminster, London
Died April 19, 1876, Marylebone, London (aged 59 years 19 days)
Major teams Cambridge University
Also known as 4th Lord Lyttelton
Relation Son - CG Lyttelton, Son - GWS Lyttelton, Son - AT Lyttelton, Son - RH Lyttelton, Son - E Lyttelton, Son - Hon.A Lyttelton, Grandson - NS Talbot, Grandson - JC Lyttelton, Grandson - CF Lyttelton, Great-grandson - CJ Lyttelton
|First-class debut||Cambridge University v Marylebone Cricket Club at Cambridge, May 26, 1836 scorecard|
|Last First-class||Oxford University v Cambridge University at Lord's, Jul 6-7, 1838 scorecard|
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