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Henry James Tattersall (21 December 1892 – 5 November 1971) was a New Zealand cricketer. He played six matches of first-class cricket for Auckland and Wellington between 1913 and 1928. He toured Australia with the New Zealand team in 1913-14 as the second wicket-keeper, but did not play in any of the four first-class matches against state teams. Before World War I he worked as an engineer in an Auckland foundry. During the war he served overseas in the New Zealand Expeditionary Force as a sergeant.

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  • Henry James Tattersall (21 December 1892 – 5 November 1971) was a New Zealand cricketer. He played six matches of first-class cricket for Auckland and Wellington between 1913 and 1928. He toured Australia with the New Zealand team in 1913-14 as the second wicket-keeper, but did not play in any of the four first-class matches against state teams. Before World War I he worked as an engineer in an Auckland foundry. During the war he served overseas in the New Zealand Expeditionary Force as a sergeant.
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  • Henry James Tattersall (21 December 1892 – 5 November 1971) was a New Zealand cricketer. He played six matches of first-class cricket for Auckland and Wellington between 1913 and 1928. He toured Australia with the New Zealand team in 1913-14 as the second wicket-keeper, but did not play in any of the four first-class matches against state teams. Before World War I he worked as an engineer in an Auckland foundry. During the war he served overseas in the New Zealand Expeditionary Force as a sergeant. After the war he settled on 557 acres at Akitio which he had been granted after a ballot under the Discharged Soldiers Settlement Act. In April 1921 he married Muriel Childs. They had a son in 1922 but separated soon afterwards and divorced in 1927. He moved to Wellington.
  • Henry James Tattersall (21 December 1892 – 5 November 1971) was a New Zealand cricketer. He played six matches of first-class cricket for Auckland and Wellington between 1913 and 1928. He toured Australia with the New Zealand team in 1913-14 as the second wicket-keeper, but did not play in any of the four first-class matches against state teams. Before World War I he worked as an engineer in an Auckland foundry. During the war he served overseas in the New Zealand Expeditionary Force as a sergeant. After the war he settled on 557 acres at Ākitio which he had been granted after a ballot under the Discharged Soldiers Settlement Act. In April 1921 he married Muriel Childs. They had a son in 1922 but separated soon afterwards and divorced in 1927. He moved to Wellington.
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