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Leonard Foster Ward (24 March 1866 — 1 September 1945) was an English clergyman and cricketer who played first class cricket for Derbyshire in 1899. Ward was born in Middleton, Lancashire, the second son of Rev. Charles Bruce Ward and his wife Hannah Maria Blagg. His father had played first class cricket for Oxford University. He was educated at Denstone College and Selwyn College, Cambridge.[1] He made his cricketing debut in 1887 for Gentlemen of Derbyshire vs. Gentlemen of Canada. He was ordained deacon at St Albans in 1893, and priest in 1894. From 1893 to 1895 he was curate of Wrexham, Denbighshire. He then became curate of Whitfield, Derbyshire. Ward appeared in one first-class match for Derbyshire during the 1899 season, against Lancashire. He was bowled out for a duck in both of his innings, first by onetime Test cricketer Arthur Mold, and secondly by Test cricketer Albert Ward.[2] Ward left Whitfield in 1904 and became curate in charge at All Saints Church St. Helier, Jersey. He was vicar there from 1916 to 1945.[3] Ward died at St Hellier at the age of 79. Ward married Ruby Smith of Glossop, and had a family. His brother Cyril Ward (1863-1935) was a noted water colour painter.[4] His cousins Charles and Herbert were also first-class cricketers. References ^ Ward, Leonard Foster in Venn, J. & J. A., Alumni Cantabrigienses, Cambridge University Press, 10 vols, 1922–1958. ^ Leonard Ward at Cricket Archive ^ Jersey Heritage Trust D/Y/A/114/88 ^ Art net Persondata Name Ward, Leonard Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1866 Place of birth Date of death 1945 Place of death