Person    | Male  Born 3/9/1917  Died 13/4/1992

W. Stuart Surridge

Categories: Sport / Games

Born Walter Stuart Surridge at Herne Hill. First-class cricketer who played for Surrey, who won the title every year he was captain, 1952-6. Died Derbyshire on a visit to his family's bat-making factory.

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