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Edward Gower "Ned" Wenman was an English first-class cricketer whose career spanned the 1825 to 1854 seasons. A specialist wicketkeeper, he was a prominent member of the great Kent team of the 1840s which also featured Nicholas Felix, William Hillyer, Alfred Mynn and Fuller Pilch. Wenman is generally remembered as one of the greatest wicketkeepers of the 19th century. He came from a cricketing family, other first-class players being his cousins George and John, his son William and his brother Charles. In his first-class career, Wenman made 146 appearances, totalling 3,204 runs with a highest score of 73 not out and taking 45 wickets bowling occasionally with a slow underarm style. He held 118 catches and completed 87 stumpings.