Lord Harris

Full name:George Robert Canning Harris
Born:3rd February 1851, St Ann, Port of Spain, Trinidad
Died:24th March 1932, Belmont, Throwley, Kent, England
Batting:Right-hand batter
Bowling:round arm Right-arm fast
Biography:Succeeded his father as 4th Baron Harris of Seringapatam and Mysore, and of Belmont, in November 1872. Conservative junior minister India Office 1885-86 and War Office 1886-89. Governor of Bombay 1890-95. Lord-in-Waiting (government Whip) 1895-1900. Chairman, South African Consolidated Goldfields; Director, London, Chatham and Dover Railway and other companies. Appointed GCIE 1890, GCSI 1895 for services to the government of India, and CB 1918 for services to the Territorial Army in Kent. Chairman, County Cricket Council 1887-89. President of MCC 1895-96 (the first Test cricketer to hold the post), and MCC Treasurer 1916-32.
Education:Christ Church, Oxford University
Relations:Nephew: NE Haig; Son: GS Harris; Uncle: WM Jervis
Teams:England (Test: 1878/79-1884);
Kent (Main FC: 1870-1911);
Oxford University (Main FC: 1871-1874);
All teams
Eton College Captain: 1870
Kent Captain: 1875 - 1889
Kent cap: 1882
Lists of matches and more detailed statistics
Articles:Brief profile of Lord Harris
Pictures:Portrait of Lord Harris
 Lord Harris going out to bat, 1922
 Batting Portrait of Lord Harris

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