Charles Gregory, Charles Walter Gregory, and Gregory's Roses blue plaque in Chilwell

Former offices of the world famous Chilwell Mark Gregory's Roses established here 1897 by Charles Gregory 1867-1940 and continued by his son Charles Walter Gregory 1908-1980

Charles William Gregory (30 September 1878 – 14 November 1910) was an Australian cricketer who played for New South Wales.In November 1906, Gregory scored 383 for New South Wales against Queensland, at the time an Australian record.Gregory was born in Sydney; he died at the age of 32 in the Darlinghurst region of the same city.Four of his relatives played Test cricket for Australia: his brother Syd won 58 caps, his cousin Jack 24, his uncle Dave three and his father Ned one. Two more uncles, Arthur and Charles, had short first-class careers.

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