Herbert Jenner (born 23 February 1806 at Mayfair, London; died 30 July 1904 at Falfield, Gloucestershire) was an English amateur cricketer who played first-class cricket from 1825 to 1838. He changed his name to Herbert Jenner-Fust in 1864.
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... Herbert Jenner was the eldest son of the judge Herbert Jenner-Fust, Dean of the Arches ... Jenner was an all-rounder who was right-handed as both batsman and bowler ... In the 1820s, Jenner did not wear gloves or pads while keeping wicket ...
... Herbert Jenner-Fust (14 August 1841 — 11 November 1940) was an English cricketer who played for Gloucestershire ... Jenner-Fust made a single first-class appearance for the side, during the 1875 season, against Yorkshire ... Amongst Jenner-Fust's cricket-playing relatives are his brothers-in-law John, Percyvall and Thomas Dyke, his cousin Edwin, his father Herbert Jenner, his ...
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