John Louis Crommelin-Brown (20 October 1888 – 11 September 1953) was an English schoolmaster, poet and cricketer who played for Derbyshire between 1922 and 1926. Crommelin-Brown was born in Delhi, India, and educated in England at Winchester College. On leaving Winchester in 1908 he published Wykehamian Poems and Parodies which included parodies of Rudyard Kipling, Longfellow and Walt Whitman. He went to Cambridge University, where he wrote lyrics for the Cambridge Footlights During the First World War he served as a lieutenant in the Royal Garrison Artillery and wrote war poetry.

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  • John Louis Crommelin-Brown (20 October 1888 – 11 September 1953) was an English schoolmaster, poet and cricketer who played for Derbyshire between 1922 and 1926. Crommelin-Brown was born in Delhi, India, and educated in England at Winchester College. On leaving Winchester in 1908 he published Wykehamian Poems and Parodies which included parodies of Rudyard Kipling, Longfellow and Walt Whitman. He went to Cambridge University, where he wrote lyrics for the Cambridge Footlights During the First World War he served as a lieutenant in the Royal Garrison Artillery and wrote war poetry. Crommelin-Brown became a master at Repton School and made his debut for Derbyshire in the 1922 season. In his debut match against Worcestershire he scored 56 and took a wicket. He did not play again until the 1924 season, and he only played during the school holidays in that and the 1925 and 1926 seasons. He was a right hand batsman and played 28 innings in 16 first class matches. His highest score was 74 and his average 25.34. He bowled rarely, taking one wicket in total. Crommelin-Brown died at Old Town, Minehead, Somerset, England aged 65. Crommelin-Brown's son-in-law John Eggar, another Repton master, played cricket for Derbyshire after the Second World War. (en)
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  • John Louis Crommelin-Brown (20 October 1888 – 11 September 1953) was an English schoolmaster, poet and cricketer who played for Derbyshire between 1922 and 1926. Crommelin-Brown was born in Delhi, India, and educated in England at Winchester College. On leaving Winchester in 1908 he published Wykehamian Poems and Parodies which included parodies of Rudyard Kipling, Longfellow and Walt Whitman. He went to Cambridge University, where he wrote lyrics for the Cambridge Footlights During the First World War he served as a lieutenant in the Royal Garrison Artillery and wrote war poetry. (en)
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