|Full name||Thomas Fawcett Wray|
Cleasby, Yorkshire, England
|Died|| 6 September 1877 (aged 49–50)|
|Domestic team information|
|First-class debut||11 January 1858 Victoria v New South Wales|
|Last First-class||2 February 1860 Victoria v New South Wales|
Source: Cricinfo, 2 May 2015
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