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Astley, Sir John Dugdale, third baronet (1828–1894), sportsman, a descendant of Thomas de Astley, who was slain at Evesham in 1265, and of Jacob Astley, Lord Astley, was the eldest son of Sir Francis Dugdale Astley, second baronet (1805–1873), of Everleigh, near Marlborough...

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Sir John Dugdale Astley, third baronet (1828–1894) by Franz Baum, in or after 1887 ? National Portrait Gallery, London

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Bentinck, Lord Henry William Cavendish-Scott- [known as Lord Henry Bentinck] (1804–1870), sportsman and politician, was born on 9 June 1804, the fourth son of William Henry Cavendish-Scott-Bentinck, the fourth duke of Portland (1768–1854), and his wife, Henrietta (d. 1844), elder daughter and coheir of ...

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Bentinck, Lord (William) George Frederic Cavendish-Scott- [known as Lord George Bentinck] (1802–1848), politician and sportsman, was born on 27 February 1802 at Welbeck Abbey, Nottinghamshire, the fifth child and second surviving son of William Henry Cavendish-Scott-Bentinck, fourth duke of Portland (1768–1854), and his wife, ...

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Lord (William) George Frederic Cavendish-Scott- Bentinck (1802–1848) by Samuel Lane, c. 1836 ? National Portrait Gallery, London

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Berkeley, (George Charles) Grantley Fitzhardinge (1800–1881), politician and sportsman, was born at Cranford House, Hounslow, Middlesex, on 10 February 1800, the sixth son of Frederick Augustus Berkeley, fifth earl of Berkeley (1745–1810), and the second legitimate son after the earl's marriage, on 16 May 1796, to ...

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Mary Amelia Cecil, marchioness of Salisbury (1750–1835) by Sir Joshua Reynolds, 1780–81 [altered, 1787–9] The Marquess of Salisbury

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Cecil [née Hill], Mary Amelia [Emily Mary], marchioness of Salisbury (1750–1835), political hostess and sportswoman, was born and baptized in Dublin on 16 August 1750, the eldest daughter of Wills Hill, second Viscount Hillsborough and successively later first earl of Hillsborough and first marquess of Downshire...

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Chaplin, Henry, first Viscount Chaplin (1840–1923), politician and sportsman, was born on 22 December 1840 at Ryhall, near Stamford, the third child but the eldest surviving son of the Revd Henry Chaplin (1789–1849), vicar of Ryhall, and his wife, Caroline (d. 1858)...

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Henry Chaplin, first Viscount Chaplin (1840–1923) by Sir Arthur Stockdale Cope, 1908 ? National Portrait Gallery, London

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Cook, Sir Theodore Andrea (1867–1928), journalist and sportsman, was born on 28 March 1867 at Exmouth, Devon, the second son of Henry Cook (d. 1884), an assistant master at a preparatory school in Exmouth, and his second wife, Jane Elizabeth Robins, an artist who had exhibited at the ...

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Cooper, John Astley (bap. 1858, d. 1930), propagandist for athleticism, was born in Adelaide, South Australia, and baptized on 21 April 1858, the eldest of the six children of the Revd Astley Cooper (1832/3–1915), the English-born vicar of St Mary's Church, Adelaide, Australia...

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Cotton, Sir St Vincent, sixth baronet (1801–1863), sportsman and gambler, was born at Madingley Hall, Madingley, Cambridgeshire, on 6 October 1801, the fourth child and second (but eldest surviving) son of Admiral Sir Charles Cotton (1753–1812) and his wife, Philadelphia (1762/3–1855), eldest daughter of ...

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Crawley, Leonard George (1903–1981), sportsman and golf journalist, was born at Nacton, Suffolk, on 26 July 1903, the eldest in the family of three sons and a daughter of John Kenneth Crawley, land agent, and his second wife, Cecily Frances Booker. He was educated at ...

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Davin, Maurice (1842–1927), sportsman and farmer, was born on 29 June 1842 at Deerpark House, Carrick-on-Suir, co. Tipperary, the first of five children of John Davin (1814–1859), farmer, and his wife, Bridget Walsh (d. 1884). His parents were both natives of Carrick-on-Suir...

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Charlotte Dod (1871–1960) by unknown photographer, 1886 [at the West of England Championships, Bath] Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum (Alan Little)

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Dod, Charlotte [Lottie] (1871–1960), sportswoman, was born on 24 September 1871 at Lower Bebington, Cheshire, the fourth and youngest child of the two sons and two daughters of Joseph Dod (d. 1879), a Liverpool cotton broker and banker, and his wife, Margaret Aspinall (...

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John Sholto Douglas, ninth marquess of Queensberry (1844–1900) by Richard William Thomas, pubd 1896 Horsham Museum (Horsham District Council); photograph National Portrait Gallery, London

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Douglas, John Sholto, ninth marquess of Queensberry (1844–1900), sportsman and controversialist, was born in Florence on 20 July 1844, the first son of Archibald William Douglas, eighth marquess (1818–1858), and Caroline Margaret (1821–1904), daughter of Lieutenant-General Sir William Clayton of Harleyford, Buckinghamshire. He was the brother of the author and traveller ...

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John William Henry Tyler Douglas (1882–1930) by Bassano, 1924 ? National Portrait Gallery, London