Randall Johnson

Randall Johnson

Peter Randall Johnson, born at Wellington, New Zealand on 5 August 1880 and died at Sidmouth, Devon on 1 July 1959, was a cricketer who played for Cambridge University, Somerset and several amateur sides in a long first-class cricket career that stretched from 1900 to 1927. During his career, he appears to have been known, somewhat formally, as "P. R. Johnson"; modern websites refer to him as "Randall Johnson". Somerset colleague Jack MacBryan, who didn't like him, called him "Peter Johnson". Wikipedia*

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Randall Johnson has one video in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 2002 Forum.

Appearances by Title:c. April 9, 2002 - Present Fellow, Foundation, Congressional Black Caucus Videos: 1

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