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Harry Bourne, Pease Pottage cricket club
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Harry Bourne, Pease Pottage cricket club

My uncle, Harry Bourne, lived at Woodhurst in Pease Pottage, where his father was head gardener for many years. He was a keen cricketer and a regular member of the village team.
The picture shows him in his cricketing gear proudly carrying the club's quartered cap.
The Large Version shows a close up of the cap with the “P.P.” initials clearly visible.

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Picture added on 18 September 2014 at 14:38
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