Brocklesby Park Cricket Club

Captain Francis Willmer McAulay


(1909 - 1914)

Father: Samuel McAulay

Educated: The Leys School, Cambridge; St. John's College (Cambridge)

Military Service:

At the outbreak of war, McAulay promoted to Captain in the Royal Field Artillery and in May 1915, was sent to France and served with "B" Battery, 230th Brigade as a telephonist and Battery Commander.

On the 21st May 1916 at 0930, he was killed in action aged 25, when the telephone dugout in which he was sheltering collapsed when it was hit directly with a shell.

He is buried at Foncquevillers Military Cemetery, Pas de Calais, grave reference I. D. 11.

Biography: Seven almshouses were built in his memory at Aylesby, they are now Grade II listed. English Heritage listing


Photo of FW.McAulay

Overall Batting Record


Mat Inn NO Runs Ave HS 0 50 100 4s 6s Ct St RO
Friendly 36 34 2 706 22.06 82* 7 5 0 0 0 1000
Total 36 34 2 706 22.06 82* 7 5 0 0 0 1000

Overall Bowling Record

Mat Inn Balls Mdns Runs Wkts Ave Strike RPO Best 3W 5W
Friendly 36 4 ? ? ? 4 ? ? ? 1/? 0 0
Total 36 4 ? ? ? 4 ? ? ? 1/? 0 0

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