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Brinton Name Meaning

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Reginald Brinton
was an English industrialist and cricketer, who played 13 first-class matches for Worcestershire in the early twentieth century. In July 1904 against Oxford University, Brinton made his highest first-class innings, scoring an unbeaten 72 in an imposing Worcestershire first innings of 490; nevertheless, Oxford won the game. This was, however, his last contribution of any real note: in the 18 remaining innings of his first-class career, Brinton never made more than 30, and after 1906 he played only one more match, against Middlesex in June 1909.
 
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