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Frederick Stephenson (cricketer)

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Died  10 March 1911
Service/branch  British Army
Name  Frederick Stephenson
Allegiance  United Kingdom
Rank  General
Frederick Stephenson
Commands held  Home District British Troops in Cairo
Battles/wars  Crimean War Second Opium War Mahdist War

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Frederick Stephenson (April 24, 1853 – July 1927) was an English cricketer active from 1875 to 1877 who played for Lancashire. He was born in Todmorden. He appeared in two first-class matches as a lefthanded batsman who bowled left arm fast with a roundarm action. He scored no runs and held two catches. He took one wicket with a best analysis of one for 17.


Stephenson made his debut in first-class cricket for Lancashire against Kent at the Catford Bridge in 1875. A second and final first-class appearance for Lancashire came against Derbyshire at Derby in 1877.

He died in July 1927, aged 74.

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