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|Gerald Boundy||Gerald Oscar Boundy, born at Great Torrington, Devon, on July 17, 1895 and died at the Royal Masonic Hospital, Hammersmith, London on February 8, 1964, played two first-class matches as a cricketer for Somerset in 1926 and 1930.|