Scored the 1st Test match at the MCG with William Plummer. Born in Cockermouth, Cumberland, England in 1839. His father was born on the Isle of Man. The second eldest of 13 children, the family emigrated to Melbourne when he was 2. He was a barman at the Black Eagle Hotel in the early 1860s and took over the licence for running the hotel in 1865 from his father, William. He was also manager of the Setting Sun Gold Mining Company. He was the scorer in the first two Test matches but have not found a club he was associated with. He died in 1901 at the age of 61 leaving an estate worth 2,170 pounds.