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Thomas Blatherwick Redgate (1809 – 16 February 1874) was an English first-class cricketer active 1840 who played for Nottingham Cricket Club (aka Nottinghamshire). He was born and died in Calverton, Nottinghamshire. He played in two first-class matches. [1]

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