Herbert Temlett Gamlin
February 12, 1878, West Buckland, Wellington, Somerset
July 12, 1937, Pylford Bridge, North Cheam, Surrey, (aged 59y 150d)
Right hand bat
Right arm offbreak
Herbert Gamlin played for Somerset three times a professional and, as his statistics show, made almost no impression, taking two wickets and scoring 7 runs in six innings, four of which were ducks. His only claim to fame was that he was the bowler who finally dismissed Archie MacLaren for 424 at Taunton, at the time the highest score by an Englishman in first-class cricket.
Batting & Fielding
Debut/Last Matches - Player