Charles Mizen played in a couple of Minor County Friendlies for Glamorgan during 1891 as the Welsh county’s selectors rabn their eyes over the home-grown talent that could benefit the Club in their ongoing development.
A member of Cardiff CC, the accountant made his debut against Gloucestershire at the Arms Park during May 1891 making 10 and 1, before appearing six weeks later in the game at Swansea against the MCC. He scored 10 and 12, but was never selected again.
Charles never married and was the son of Walter Mizen, a stonemason and surveyor, who lived and worked in Clifton, the well-to-do suburb of Bristol – the area where Charles returned to during the late 1890s and spent the rest of his life.
MIZEN, Charles Arthur.
Born – Clifton, Bristol, 8 September 1858.
Died – Redlands, Bristol, 1 February 1941.
Batting and Fielding Record
Minor County Friendlies – 12 v MCC at St. Helen’s, Swansea, 1891.