Full name Henry Calder
Born April 14, 1858, South Stoneham, Hampshire
Died May 19, 1938, Southampton, Hampshire (aged 80 years 35 days)
Major teams Eastern Province, Hampshire, Western Province
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm slow
Relation Son - HL Calder
|First-class span||1882 - 1896/97|
Henry Calder was from a Hampshire cricketing family that could be traced back to the glory days of Hambledon. He played a handful of games for Hampshire as an amateur batsman and offspinner, with moderate success, and then after emigrating with his family to South Africa, he went on to captain Western Province in the Currie Cup. He returned to England at the outbreak of war in 1914. He was an accountant by profession.
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