Lord Tennyson

Full name:Lionel Hallam Tennyson
Born:7th November 1889, Westminster, Middlesex, England
Died:6th June 1951, Bexhill-on-Sea, Sussex, England
Batting:Right-hand batsman
Bowling:Right-arm fast
Biography:He succeeded as 3rd Baron Tennyson in December 1928
Education:Eton College; Trinity College, Cambridge
Relations:Cousin: ABS Tennyson; Uncle: CW Boyle
Teams:England (Test: 1913/14-1921); Marylebone Cricket Club (Main FC: 1913-1937); Hampshire (Main FC: 1913-1935); England (Other FC: 1913/14-1921); Marylebone Cricket Club South African Touring Team (Other FC: 1914); Army (Other FC: 1914); South (Other FC: 1919-1930); Gentlemen (Other FC: 1920-1935); The Rest (Other FC: 1921-1929); LH Tennyson's XI (Other FC: 1923-1927/28); Capped (Other FC: 1923); SB Joel's XI (Other FC: 1924/25); England XI (Other FC: 1926-1935); Sir J Cahn's XI (Other FC: 1928/29); Lord Tennyson's XI (Other FC: 1931/32-1937/38); HDG Leveson-Gower's XI (Other FC: 1932); All teams
Hampshire Cap: before 1944 (it is not known in which year his cap was awarded)
Wisden Cricketer of the Year: 1914
Hampshire Captain: 1919 - 1933
Lists of matches and more detailed statistics
Pictures:Portrait of Phil Mead (Left), Lord Tennyson and George Brown
 Player Portrait of Major The Hon LH Tennyson
 Portrait of Major The Hon LH Tennyson
 List of all pictures

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Test Career Batting and Fielding (1913/14-1921)
Test Career Bowling (1913/14-1921)

First-Class Career Batting and Fielding (1913-1937/38)
First-Class Career Bowling (1913-1937/38)





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