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Walter Edward Grimston (born 16 May 1844 at Pebmarsh, Essex; died 28 July 1932 at Colne Place, Earls Colne, Essex) was an English amateur cricketer.



He was mainly associated with I Zingari but did make 1 known appearance in first-class cricket for Southgate v. Cambridge University in 1868 [1]. He played for I Zingari from 1864 to 1879.

He was a right handed batsman (RHB) and an occasional wicketkeeper.


His father Edward played first-class cricket, as did three of his uncles James, Robert and Francis Grimston and his cousin Lord Hyde.


  1. ^ Arthur Haygarth, Scores & Biographies, Volume 10 (1867-1868), Lillywhite, 1869

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