My grandmother's uncle, Alexander (Alec) Morgan was a very keen cricketer.
He left his family home in Australia in 1886 and joined his uncle, Thomas Kelly, in New Zealand and he apparently traveled back to Melbourne frequently to visit his family who owned the original Cross Keys Hotel in North Essendon.
In later years Alec was accountant for the New Zealand Treasury Department.
His keen interest in cricket continued throughout his life and he became very involved with the Treasury cricket team.
This Honorary Members Ticket to the MCC was dated only 18 months before his death in 1929.
A young Alec Morgan standing back row, second from left.
The photo below is of the Treasury Cricket Team, Wellington New Zealand, 1910. Alec Morgan standing at the right wearing the bowler hat and big moustache.