Full name Henry Wynyard Kaye
Born May 21, 1875, Hyde Park, Westminster, London
Died April 21, 1922, Hatfield-Peverel, Essex (aged 46 years 335 days)
Major teams Middlesex
Batting style Right-hand bat
Education Winchester; Oxford University
|First-class span||1900 - 1900|
Dr Henry Kaye was educated at Winchester, where he was in the XI in 1893 and 1894. In his two matches with Eton, each of which Winchester lost by five wickets, he scored 5 and 14, 46 and 1. He did not obtain his blue for Oxford, but in the two trial games in which he appeared in 1895 he scored 33 and 11 in the Freshmen's match and 3 and 48 for XVII Freshmen v. The Eleven. He was a good field at cover-point and a hard-working cricketer. He married a sister of Col. Clive Wigram, another old Wykehamist cricketer.
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