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Full name Kenneth Edgar Mylne Barker
Born October 27, 1877, Godstone, Surrey
Died August 6, 1938, Blakeney, Norfolk (aged 60 years 283 days)
Major teams Cambridge University, Surrey
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm fast-medium
Education Uppingham; Cambridge University
BARKER, MR. KENNETH EDGAR MYLNE, who died on August 6, aged 60, went from Uppingham to Cambridge but did not get his Blue. He played once for Surrey, was well known in club cricket, and appeared in the London County Eleven with W. G. Grace.
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