Is there no limit to the achievements of we Hartleys?
I was googling the name to see if there was any info on my grandfather. (Well, it's possible - an Oxford man, vicar of Otley amongst other places; died in Ilkley before I was born.) And came across another George Hartley, the subject of a book at Amazon. Published last August, and yours for a bargain £23.00.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. George Edward Hartley (23 July 1909 - 25 August 1992) was an English cricketer. Hartley was a right-handed batsman who bowled right-arm slow. He was born in Walsden, Yorkshire. Hartley made a single in the 1935 Minor Counties Championship for Denbighshire against Durham. Later, following World War II, Hartley made his only first-class appearance for the Marylebone Cricket Club against Cambridge University in 1946. In this match, he scored 3 runs in the MCC first-innings, before being dismissed by Barry Trapnell, while in their second-innings he scored the same number of runs and was dismissed by the same bowler.
And...that's it? Career statistics in first-class cricket: played 1; scored 6; average 3. And out both times to bowler Barry "Trappers" Trapnell.
Even the most obsessive collector of cricket books would, I think, baulk at this one.