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Name  James Brook
Education  Norwich School
Parents  Thomas Brooke
Died  June 11, 1868, Burrator
Role  White Rajahs

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Books  The Private Letters of Sir James Brooke, Rajah of Sarawak V1: Narrating the Events of His Life from 1838 to the Present Time
Cousins  Thomas Wyatt the Younger
Similar People  Charles Brooke - Rajah of, Charles Vyner Brooke, Maha Bandula, Thomas Wyatt the Younger

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James William Brook (1 February 1897 – 3 March 1989) was an English first-class cricketer, who played one match for Yorkshire against Glamorgan at Bramall Lane, Sheffield in 1923.

Born in Ossett, Yorkshire, England, Brook was a right-handed batsman, he scored a duck in his only innings, and did not bowl his right arm medium pace. Yorkshire won by an innings. He played for Yorkshire Second XI from 1921 to 1924, and for the Yorkshire Council in 1920. Brook played for his home town side for many years.

Brook died at the age of 92, in March 1989 in Selby, Yorkshire.


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