Ernest Tyldesley

Died aged 73

George Ernest Tyldesley (5 February 1889 – 5 May 1962) was an English cricketer. The younger brother of Johnny Tyldesley and the leading batsman for Lancashire. He remains Lancashire's most prolific run-getter of all time, and is one of only a few batsmen to have scored 100 centuries in the first-class game. In Test cricket, Tyldesley went on the 1928/29 Ashes Tour, where he played in one test. He also played in four Ashes matches in England, out of 14 Tests overall which included three centuries.

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cricketer of Lancashire County Cricket Club and cricketer of England national cricket team 1921-29

Commemorated on 3 plaques

Roe Green Independent Methodist Church The distinguished England Cricketers J. T. Tyldesley (1874) Ernest Tyldesley (1889) and Michael Vaughan (1976) were all baptised in this chapel.

Roe Green, Worsley, United Kingdom where they was baptised

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Here, from 1880 to 1911, lived the Tyldesley family. John Tommy & Ernest played cricket for Lancashire & England. Ernest was born here on 5th February 1889.

131 Greenleach Lane, Roe Green, United Kingdom where they was

The Tyldesley family home named to commemorate Ernest's county cricket debut for Lancashire (against Warwickshire) at Aigburth, Liverpool on 7th June 1909.

71 Lumber Lane, Roe Green, Manchester, United Kingdom where they was