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John Templeton Jr. M.D. (L) awards Professor Charles Taylor from Montreal Canada and 2007 Templeton Prize Laureate from McGill University the $1.5 million dollar award to advance his studies on the relationship of language to art and theology, in New York on March 14, 2007. (UPI Photo/Ezio Petersen)
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Charles George Taylor (21 November 1816 at Turnham Green, Middlesex – 10 September 1869 at Frensham Hill, Surrey) was an English cricketer in the mid-19th century who played, as an amateur, mainly for Sussex and MCC, having begun his career at Cambridge University. He was a good all-rounder who batted right-handed and bowled right-arm slow, roundarm style.

Taylor made his known debut in the 1836 season and had 125 known appearances in major matches to the 1859 season. He scored 3088 runs @ 14.29 with a highest innings of 114, which was one of two centuries he achieved. He took 69 catches and 287 wickets with a best tally of eight in one innings. He is known to have taken 10 wickets in a match on six occasions.

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