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Thomas Stearn (20 November 1796, at Cambridge – 21 March 1862, at Cambridge) was an English professional cricketer who played first-class cricket from 1825 to 1840. He was mainly associated with Cambridge Town Club and made 22 known appearances in first-class matches. [1]

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  1. CricketArchive. Retrieved on 8 August 2009.

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