GEORGE OGG GAULD
President of the Nottingham Medico-
George Ogg Gauld:-
Medical Directory 1937
Born at 33, Hamilton Place, Aberdeen, on June 21st, 1873, G. O. Gauld was educated at Aberdeen Grammar School and Aberdeen University. He played cricket for Aberdeenshire in 1900, 1901 and 1902. His best performances with the ball, as a very fast right-
Batting M. Ins. NO Runs HS Aver. 100s 50s 0s ct st.
14 19 -
Bowling I. Overs Mdns. Runs Wkts. Aver. 5i 10m B/W
11 70.1 13 250 5 50.00 -
In 1920 he became a member of the Nottinghamshire C.C.C. Committee, finally retiring in 1947, and from 1922 to 1935 he was honorary secretary. in August 1934 Dr. Gauld was the medical practitioner involoved in the controversial withdrawal of Voce from the Nottinghamshire v. Australian match. Dr. Gauld resided at 16, The Ropewalk, and died at 7, Park Terrace, Nottingham, on June 16th, 1950.
Nottinghamshire Cricketers, 1821-