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Milo George Talbot (14 September 1854 – 3 September 1931) CB was an Irish first-class cricketer and army officer. The son of the 4th Baron Talbot of Malahide, he attended Wellington College and the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich before being commissioned as an officer in the British Army's Royal Engineers. Shortly afterwards he played the sole first-class cricket match of his career for the against the . Talbot served on the staff of General Ross during the Second Anglo-Afghan War and remained in that country as a member of the Afghan Boundary Commission. He returned to Britain as a staff officer before returning to active duty during the Anglo-Egyptian conquest of Sudan. During this time he was present at the Battle of Omdurman and served on secondment to the Egyptian Army as a Major-G

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  • Milo George Talbot (14 September 1854 – 3 September 1931) CB was an Irish first-class cricketer and army officer. The son of the 4th Baron Talbot of Malahide, he attended Wellington College and the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich before being commissioned as an officer in the British Army's Royal Engineers. Shortly afterwards he played the sole first-class cricket match of his career for the against the . Talbot served on the staff of General Ross during the Second Anglo-Afghan War and remained in that country as a member of the Afghan Boundary Commission. He returned to Britain as a staff officer before returning to active duty during the Anglo-Egyptian conquest of Sudan. During this time he was present at the Battle of Omdurman and served on secondment to the Egyptian Army as a Major-G
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  • Milo George Talbot (14 September 1854 – 3 September 1931) CB was an Irish first-class cricketer and army officer. The son of the 4th Baron Talbot of Malahide, he attended Wellington College and the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich before being commissioned as an officer in the British Army's Royal Engineers. Shortly afterwards he played the sole first-class cricket match of his career for the against the . Talbot served on the staff of General Ross during the Second Anglo-Afghan War and remained in that country as a member of the Afghan Boundary Commission. He returned to Britain as a staff officer before returning to active duty during the Anglo-Egyptian conquest of Sudan. During this time he was present at the Battle of Omdurman and served on secondment to the Egyptian Army as a Major-General. Talbot retired in 1905 but was recalled to duty during the First World War when he gave advice on plans for the Gallipoli Campaign and the defence of Sudan.
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