Sir Frederick Hervey-Bathurst, 3rd Baronet

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Frederick Hervey-Bathurst
Personal information
Full name Frederick Hutchison Hervey-Bathurst
Born (1807-06-06)6 June 1807
Isles of Scilly, Cornwall, England
Died 29 October 1881(1881-10-29) (aged 74)
Clarendon Park, Wiltshire, England
Batting style Right-handed
Bowling style Right-arm roundarm fast
Relations Sir Frederick Thomas Arthur Hervey-Bathurst (Son), Lionel Hervey-Bathurst (Son), Hervey Tudway (Great-grandson)
Domestic team information
Years Team
1842–1861 Hampshire (pre-county club)
1832–1855 Marylebone Cricket Club
Career statistics
Competition FC
Matches 92
Runs scored 817
Batting average 5.92
100s/50s –/–
Top score 46
Balls bowled 4,817
Wickets 349
Bowling average 13.02
5 wickets in innings 32
10 wickets in match 8
Best bowling 7/?
Catches/stumpings 41/–
Source: Cricinfo, 3 May 2010

Sir Frederick Thomas Arthur Hervey-Bathurst, born Frederick Hutchison Hervey (6 June 1807 – 29 October 1881) was a famous English cricketer. Hervey-Bathurst was a right-handed batsman who bowled right-RM roundarm fast.

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Portrait of Sir Frederick as a young man

Hervey-Bathurst made his first-class debut in 1831 for the Bs against an early England side.

He made his debut for the Marylebone Cricket Club against the Cambridge Town Club. Hervey-Bathurst would represent the MCC in 28 first-class matches up until 1855. In his 28 matches for the club, he scored 306 runs at a batting average of 7.46 and with a high score of 34. With the ball he took 63 wickets at a bowling average of 12.00, with best figures of in an innings of 6/?.

In 1842, he made his debut for pre-county club Hampshire against the Marylebone Cricket Club. Hervey-Bathurst represented Hampshire in 12 first-class matches between 1842 and 1861. In his 12 matches, he scored 203 runs at an average of 9.22 and a high score of 46. With the ball he took 72 wickets at an average of 14.23, with a best return of 7 wickets in an innings, although his exact best figures are unknown.

Hervey-Bathurst was one of three local gentlemen, Thomas Chamberlayne and Sir John Barker-Mill, who financed the development of the Antelope Ground and installed the former Hampshire and Surrey cricketer Daniel Day in the Antelope Hotel.[1]

As well as representing the above major sides, he also represented the Gentlemen in 20 Gentlemen v Players fixtures, where he took 73 wickets at an average of 11.25, with best figures of 7/?. He also represented the Gentlemen of England in 12 first-class matches, where he took 88 wickets at an average of 19.40, with a best return of 6 wickets in an innings. Hervey-Bathurst also represented A to K, England, the Gentlemen of Marylebone Cricket Club, the Gentlemen of the South, the South of England and the West of England.

In his overall first-class career he played 92 matches, scoring 817 runs at an average of 9.92, with a high score of 46. With the ball he took 349 wickets at an average of 13.02, with 32 five wicket hauls, 8 ten wicket hauls in a match and a best return of 7 wickets in an innings, although his exact figures are unknown.

Hervey-Bathurst died at Clarendon Park, Wiltshire on 19 October 1881.

Family

Hervey-Bathurst was the start of a cricketing family. He was the father of Frederick Hervey-Bathurst, 4th Baronet who represented both the MCC and the pre-county club Hampshire team as well as Hampshire County Cricket Club. His other son, Lionel Hervey-Bathurst represented Hampshire in two first-class matches in 1875. His great-grandson Hervey Tudway played one first-class match for Somerset in 1910 and would go onto fight in the First World War where he was to be killed in action in 1914.

References

  1. "Antelope Ground, Southampton, England". www.cricinfo.com. Retrieved 5 June 2010.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>

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Baronetage of England
Preceded by
Sir Frederick Anne Hervey-Bathurst
Baronet
(of Larinston in the County of Southampton)
1824–1881
Succeeded by
Sir Frederick Thomas Arthur Hervey-Bathurst