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Charles Joseph Newbold

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Lt. Colonel Charles Joseph Newbold DSO (12 January 1881 – 26 October 1946) was an English rugby union international who played club rugby for Cambridge University and Blackheath. He played six international games for England between 1904 and 1905. During the First World War he served the British Army in the Royal Engineers. Early life Newbold was born in 1881 in Tunbridge Wells, England. One of eleven children, he was the second son of William Newbold (1828–1900) and Eleanor Isabel Newbold, née Fergusson (1862–1942) of East Grinstead, and was educated at Rose Hill in Tunbridge Wells and then Uppingham School. He entered Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge in 1900 and was awarded his BA in 1903. On leaving Cambridge in 1904 he joined brewing firm Guinness, becoming one of their early chemists at the Guinness Research Laboratory. His eldest sister Ethel Newbold (1882–1933) was a noted statistician and epidemiologist. Rugby career Newbold first came to note as a rugb
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