Full name Frederic Isherwood
Born August 13, 1858, Over Darwen, Lancashire
Died February 20, 1927, Blackley, Manchester, Lancashire (aged 68 years 191 days)
Major teams Lancashire
Batting style Right-hand bat
|First-class span||1881 - 1881|
Fred Isherwood is one of those who barely scratched the surface of the record books, his one appearance for Lancashire against Kent in 1881 resulting in a duck in his only innings. He did continue to play a good standard of club cricket.
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