Théodore Varvier

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Theódore Varvier
Theodore Varvier en decembre 1911.jpg
Théodore Varvier in December 1911
Birth nameTheódore Varvier
Date of birth(1884-04-29)29 April 1884
Place of birth Lyon
Date of death25 August 1913(1913-08-25) (aged 29)
Rugby union career
International career
YearsTeamApps(Points)
France 6

Théodore Varvier (29 April 1884, in Lyon 25 August 1913 [1] ) was a French rugby union player, who played for the France national rugby union team.

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The French team for the England-France match on 28 January 1911. Varvier is seated in the middle row, third from the right. France 1911.jpg
The French team for the England-France match on 28 January 1911. Varvier is seated in the middle row, third from the right.

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  1. NB -Some sources say he died in WWI