Albert Hornby

Full name:Albert Neilson Hornby
Born:10th February 1847, Brook House, Blackburn, Lancashire, England
Died:17th December 1925, Nantwich, Cheshire, England
Batting:Right-hand batsman
Bowling:Left-arm (unknown style), Right-arm (unknown style)
Occasional wicket-keeper
Education:Harrow School
Other Sports:Rugby Union for England, Manchester and Preston Grasshoppers; Football for Blackburn Rovers
Relations:Brother: CL Hornby; Brother: EK Hornby; Brother: CH Hornby; Brother: WH Hornby; Son: AH Hornby
Teams:England (Test: 1878/79-1884); Lancashire (Main FC: 1867-1899); Marylebone Cricket Club (Main FC: 1873-1898); Gentlemen of the North (Other FC: 1867-1879); North of the Thames (Other FC: 1868); Gentlemen (Other FC: 1869-1886); North (Other FC: 1869-1893); United North of England Eleven (Other FC: 1871); Gentlemen of England (Other FC: 1872-1894); All England Eleven (Other FC: 1876); England (Other FC: 1877-1884); Lord Harris' XI (Other FC: 1878/79); England XI (Other FC: 1880-1906); Over 30 (Other FC: 1881-1882); The Rest (Other FC: 1883); Married (Other FC: 1892); All teams
Lancashire Chairman: 1878 - 1898
Lancashire Captain: 1880 - 1893, 1897 - 1898
Lancashire President: 1894 - 1916
External link: Albert Hornby's Rugby Union international career and statistics
Lists of matches and more detailed statistics
Articles:Lancashire player number 30 - Hornby, Albert Neilson
 Brief profile of A.N.Hornby
 A profile of A.N.Hornby
Pictures:Portrait of Albert Hornby
 Last resting place of Albert Hornby

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First-Class Career Bowling (1867-1906)





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