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Newspaper cutting of
Tingewick's first cricket century

Contributed by Rob and Sue Lee (Rob is the great-grandson of Henry William Judd)

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Village side players

George Cox b 1849/51 in Preston Bissett, labourer
George Alcock, born 1846, landlord of the "White Hart"
George Pollard, born 1850, miller and farmer (farmhouse later known as The Gables, now sadly demolished)
Shugborough Newitt Steedenborn 1850, wheelwright (Back Street)
Joseph Paxton, born 1853, agricultural labourer at Sand Pit Hill
George Side, born 1872, grocer's assistant
William Holton not identified with certainty: possibly William born 1863 who may be the same person as this and/or this
George Doggett, born 1868 in Clophill (Bedfordshire), butler at Little Tingewick until after 1th 1891 census
Thomas Barnes, bp 1869, labourer (later railway platelayer)
Richard Coates, b 1858, painter and glazier
Alfred Roads, born 1872/3, painter and glazier
George Steeden, bap 1852, labourer (brother of Shugborough, above)
Thomas Aris, b 1848, shepherd
George Alcock, jun b. 1877 so only 12 when the match was played - son of the White Hart landlord

Club players

Edwin Judd bapt. 1870, cordwainer, later the local carrier, brother of Henry and Herbert below
W. Woodman is probably William born 1871, not Walter born 1876
Henry William Judd born 1866 teacher, later journalist in New Zealand and great-grandfather of the contributor of this cutting
Herbert Owen Judd bp 1863, shoemaker, brother of Henry above
Rev. Frederick Charles Impey Long M.A. born 1856 in Bala, Merioneth, curate-in-charge of the parish of Chetwode and Barton Hartshorn
John Thomas Barnes bp 1855, postmaster and grocer
Probably Frederick Hadland born 1844, brewer and landlord (with his brother John) of the Crown Inn
Charles William Francis Beale b. 1857/8 in London, groom / coachman at Tingewick House

Tingewick Club XI v Tingewick Village XIX This match was played at Tingewick on Thurs- day, September 11th, and resulted in an easy win for the club team, as the following scores will show:- Village XIX
G. Cox, run out ............................ A. Tombs, b. H.W. Judd ..................... G. Alcock, b. H.W. Judd .................... G. Pollard, b. H.W. Judd ................... S.N. Steeden, b. H.W. Judd ................. J. Paxton, c. H.W. Judd, b. H.O. Judd .... G. Side, b. H.W. Judd ...................... W. Holton, b. H.O. Judd .................... G. Doggett, run out ........................ T. Barnes, b. H.O. Judd .................... T. Tarman, b. run out ...................... R. Coates, b. H.W. Judd .................... A. Roads, run out .......................... W. Cadd, b. H.W. Judd ...................... H. Cross, run out .......................... G. Steeden, b. H.W. Judd ................... R. Lacy, run out ........................... T. Aris, c. H.O. Judd, b. H.W. Judd ........ G. Alcock, jun, not out .................... Extras ....................... 0 2 1 0 0 1 4 2 1 3 0 2 1 0 0 0 9 2 0 20 ----- 48
Club XI
E.A. Judd, b. G. Doggett ....................... W. Woodman, b. G. Side ....................... H.W. Judd, c. Turman, b. Doggett .......... H.O. Judd, c. Tombe, b. Side .................. Rev. C.I. Long, c. Roads, b. Doggett ...... J.T. Barnes, b. Doggett ....................... F. Harper, b. Steeden ....................... F. Hadland, b. Doggett ....................... C. Workman, b. Tarman ....................... G. Heritage, c. Cadd, B. Tarman ............ C. Beale, not out....................... Extras .......................

1880s photo of Tingewick Cricket Club

from the archives of Buckinghamshire County council

5 24 123 0 4 11 12 3 7 0 4 7 ----- 200