Charlie Brown
Full names: Charles Barker
Date of birth: 29 Jan 1878
Place of birth: Kuruman
School: SACS
Springbok no: 74
Debut test province: Western Province
Date of death: 18 Jun 1944 (Age 66)

Test summary: Tests: 3 Tries: 0
First Test: 29 Aug 1903 Age:25 Forward against Britain at Wanderers, Johannesburg
Last Test: 12 Sep 1903 Age:25 Forward against Britain at Newlands, Cape Town
Test history:
DateAgePositionOpponentResultScoreVenueProv
29 Aug 190325ForwardBritainDraw: 10-10 Wanderers, JohannesburgWP
05 Sep 190325ForwardBritainDraw: 0-0 Kimberley Athletic Club Ground, KimberleyWP
12 Sep 190325ForwardBritainWin: 8-0 Newlands, Cape TownWP

Charlie Brown : Hamilton SP RFC History

Full name: Charles Barker Brown

Born: Kuruman, 29 January 1878

Deceased: Boksburg, 18 June 1944

Club: Hamiltons

Provinces: Western Province, Rhodesia

International career:1903: 3 tests

Charlie Brown’s mother was a parson’s daughter and his father came out with the London Missionary Society. Charlie Brown fought with the Roberts Horse regiment during the Anglo-Boer War. He was a forward and only one of three players who played for South Africa in all three tests in 1903.