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John Maunsell Richardson

Cricketer

Died when: 65 years 224 days (787 months)
Star Sign: Gemini

 

John Maunsell Richardson

John Maunsell Richardson JP DL (Great Limber, Caistor, Lincolnshire 12 June 1846 – Westminster, London, 22 January 1912), known to his friends as the "Cat", was a cricketer who played First-class cricket for Cambridge University, Member of Parliament and a steeplechase jockey who won two Grand Nationals as a rider in the 1870s.

Richardson was educated at Harrow and Magdalene College, Cambridge.


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