Felix Calvert Ladbroke (1771 - 14 March 1840) was an English banker and amateur cricketer.
He was born in Idlicote, near Shipton-on-Stour, Warwickshire, the second son of Robert Ladbroke, banker and Member of Parliament for Warwick. His father later sold Idlicote and purchased estates in Surrey. Felix inherited 10,000 pounds on his father's death in 1814 and land, mainly in Surrey, from his cousin James Weller Ladbroke,
In 1815, Ladbroke scored one of the earliest known first-class centuries at the new Lord's Cricket Ground in the Middlesex v Epsom match on 24 & 25 August when he and Frederick Woodbridge made 116 and 107 respectively for Epsom.
- "LADBROKE, Robert (?1739-1814), of Pall Mall, Mdx. and Tadworth Court, Suss". History of Parliament Online. Retrieved 11 April 2012.
- "No. 18691". The London Gazette. June 1830. p. 1225.
- "No. 18554". The London Gazette. 27 February 1929. p. 373.
- Arthur Haygarth, Scores & Biographies, Volume 1 (1744-1826), Lillywhite, 1862
- CricketArchive – match scorecard. Retrieved on 18 October 2009.
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