George Gibson Galloway, was one of several amateurs who assisted in the finance of the County side and thus was given a place in the team for three matches in 1837; he also appeared - just once - for the Gentlemen of Nottinghamshire, in 1844. His record was similar (and similarly modest) to that of his contemporary John Foxcraft, with a highest score of 11 runs in eight innings and not used as a bowler. Galloway featured in local Nottingham cricket from 1826 to 1850.
His date of birth is not recorded but he was christened in February 1803; in 1842 he was elected, as a Liberal, to the town Council. His firm, a hosiery manufacturer, was in George St, Nottingham. In 1859 he emigrated in New Zealand but returned to Nottingham in 1866. George Galloway died in his home city in August 1867.
Nottinghamshire First-Class Number: 35