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PostSubject: Captain Henry Boyd Sutherland 4th Regiment Foot   Tue Jan 05, 2010 9:19 pm

Here is one for all you cricket fans.

Captain H B Sutherland served with the Battalion throughout the War.
Captain H B Sutherland at Greytown; he was invalided home after meeting with an accident at Maritzburg, where he was acting garrison Adjutant.

MR. HENRY BOYD SUTHERLAND, late Captain in the King's Own Royal Lancaster Regiment, died at St. Leonard's-on-Sea on August 27, aged 71. He was in the Eton XI in 1861 and two following years, and in 1863 it was said of him:-- A very steady and excellent bowler. Uncertain as a bat, being rather fond of THE hit. Takes point well. In his six Public School matches--v. Harrow and Winchester--he made 68 runs in ten innings and took twenty-one wickets. Against Winchester in 1861 his analyses were six for 19 and three for 12. In 1871 he played in one match for Kent. His elder brother, Mr. C. L. Sutherland, appeared for Eton in 1855, 1856, and 1858.

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The Eton XI from the 1861 cricket match against Harrow. From left to right (standing) Grey, George Hustler Tuck (1843 - 1920), G S Smith, Henry Boyd Sutherland (1844 - 1915), S F Cleasby, Richard Arthur Henry Mitchell (1843 - 1905), Lionel Garnett (1843 - 1912), Alfred Lubbock (1845 - 1916), C S Smith. (Reclining) John St John Frederick (1846 - 1907), Henry William Hoare (1844 - 1931). (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

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The Eton XI from the 1862 cricket match against Harrow. From left to right (standing) G H Tuck, Alfred Lubbock (1845 - 1916), S F Cleasby, W S Prideaux. (Seated) Henry Boyd Sutherland (1844 - 1915), Lionel Garnett (1843 - 1912), the Honourable N G Lyttelton, John St John Frederick (1846 - 1907), Edward William Tritton (1844 - 1901), L W Dent, Arthur Stanley Teape (1843 - 1885). (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

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South Africa Medal 1877-1879, No clasp, on a Hunt & Roskell silver buckle. Captain H.B. Sutherland, 2/4th Foot £585.00 Dixons Medals
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