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Brief profile of J.I.Patterson
by Don Ambrose


Player:JI Patterson

PATTERSON, John Irwin.
Amateur.
Born at The Royal Military College, Sandhurst, Berkshire, 11th March 1860.
Died at Woking, Surrey, 22nd September 1943.
The son of Colonel William Patterson, of the Royal Military College, Sandhurst, his elder brother William Henry, educated at Harrow, played for Oxford University and Kent 1878-1900. John was educated at Chatham House, Ramsgate, and went up to Pembroke College, Oxford, where he played in one match for the University in 1882, winning his blue. He played in seven first-class matches in total, six of them for Kent. He gained his B.A. in 1882, entered the Church, and was curate of St. Johnís, Chatham 1883-87, of York Town, Camberley 1887-88 and of St. Peterís, Bournemouth from 1889.
At the time of the 1881 Census he was visiting 11/12 West Street, Faversham, Kent, the house of William R. Lyddon, a widower, aged 32, physician and surgeon, and his brother Charles Lyddon, aged 19, a medical student. He is aged 21 an undergraduate of Oxford University. There is one domestic servant.

(Article: Copyright © 2003 Don Ambrose)

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