General Cecil Lonsford
Sweet-Escott
Male
England
1878-04-22
Taunton, Somerset, England
1933-10-23
Cardiff, Wales


About

A brewer by profession, Cecil Sweet-Escott served in the Royal Navy during World War I. He had sixteen siblings, several of whom also took part in lawn tennis tournaments.



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Archive statistics 1905 - 1923
3
35
23


Tournament wins 1907 - South Wales and Monmouthshire Championships (Amateur)
1906 - South Wales and Monmouthshire Championships (Amateur)
1905 - South Wales and Monmouthshire Championships (Amateur)


Tournaments Welsh Championships - 1923 Welsh Championships - 1920 South Wales and Monmouthshire Championships - 1920 Glamorgan - 1920 Welsh Championships - 1910 South Wales and Monmouthshire Championships - 1910 Welsh Championships - 1909 Warwickshire Championships - 1909 Welsh Championships - 1908 Welsh Championships - 1907 South Wales and Monmouthshire Championships - 1907 Welsh Championships - 1906 South Wales and Monmouthshire Championships - 1906 Welsh Championships - 1905 South Wales and Monmouthshire Championships - 1905

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