Reverend Keelinge Addison DEAKIN - Media
Deakin, Keelinge Addison
From a locket
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Cofton-Hackett Vicarage built in 1882.
A gift to the church by John Bickerton Deakin and Elizabeth Deakin, the parents of Rev. Keelinge Deakin. The home of Keelinge and Annie Deakin from 1882 to 1916. Now called the Old Vicarage, 10 Cofton Church Lane, Cofton-Hackett, Worcestershire.
Photo 2007.
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An overview of the Vicarage taken from GoogleEarth.
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Cofton church
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The Cross and plaque on the right are a memorial to their son John (Jack) Keelinge who died in World War I. 2007
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Watch presented by the Barnt Green Cricket Club on his retirement as the first captain of the Club. Initials K A D engraved.
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Inscription reads
Presented to Rev. K.A. Deakin M.A. by the members of the Barnt Green Cricket Club 29th April 1895
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Photo dated September 16th, 1907
I believe this is a photo of an informal cricket team made up of ministers.
Reverend K. A. Deakin is seated second from the left. He is still playing cricket at age 62. He retired as captain of the Barnt Green Cricket team in his 50th year.
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