Jack Charles Barley (4 December 1887 – 26 October 1956) was an English cricketer born at Eton, Buckinghamshire: a right-handed batsman and wicket-keeper who played four first-class matches, all for different teams. He scored 12 runs in eight innings and made five dismissals: one stumping and four catches. Barley has one minor claim to fame: he shared in Worcestershire's record eleventh-wicket partnership - albeit one of just 9 - with Maurice Jewell in their 12-a-side match against Oxford University. He died at Surfers Paradise, Queensland, Australia on 26 October 1956.

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  • Jack Charles Barley (4 December 1887 – 26 October 1956) was an English cricketer born at Eton, Buckinghamshire: a right-handed batsman and wicket-keeper who played four first-class matches, all for different teams. He scored 12 runs in eight innings and made five dismissals: one stumping and four catches. His debut came for Sussex against Cambridge University in 1908; he had a quiet match, taking only one catch and scoring 0 and 1 with the bat. The following year he played for HDG Leveson-Gower's XI against Oxford University, for Worcestershire against the same opposition, and finally for Oxford University against Surrey. Barley has one minor claim to fame: he shared in Worcestershire's record eleventh-wicket partnership - albeit one of just 9 - with Maurice Jewell in their 12-a-side match against Oxford University. He died at Surfers Paradise, Queensland, Australia on 26 October 1956. From 1933 to 1941, Barley was the British Resident Commissioner in the Gilbert and Ellice Islands. Barley's tenure ended in December 1941 when the Japanese took control of the colony. (en)
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  • Jack Charles Barley (4 December 1887 – 26 October 1956) was an English cricketer born at Eton, Buckinghamshire: a right-handed batsman and wicket-keeper who played four first-class matches, all for different teams. He scored 12 runs in eight innings and made five dismissals: one stumping and four catches. Barley has one minor claim to fame: he shared in Worcestershire's record eleventh-wicket partnership - albeit one of just 9 - with Maurice Jewell in their 12-a-side match against Oxford University. He died at Surfers Paradise, Queensland, Australia on 26 October 1956. (en)
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