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Heathcote, John Moyer (1834–1912), real tennis player, the eldest son of John Moyer Heathcote (1800–1892), of Conington Castle, near Peterborough, and his wife, the Hon. Emily Frances (d. 1849), third daughter of Nicholas William Ridley Colborne, first Baron Colborne, was born in ...

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Maskell, Daniel [Dan] (1908–1992), tennis player and broadcaster, was born on 11 April 1908 at 15 Everington Street, Fulham, London, the fourth and youngest son and seventh of eight children of Henry George Maskell (b. 1873), engineer, and his wife, Emma Pearce (1875–1922)...

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Milford, David Sumner (1905–1984), rackets and hockey player, was born in Oxford on 7 June 1905, the second of three children and younger son of Sir Humphrey Sumner Milford (1877–1952), publisher, and his first wife, Marion Louisa (d. 1940), daughter of Horace Smith...

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Uber [née Corbin], Elizabeth [Betty] (1906–1983), badminton player, was born at 17 Prince of Wales Road, Carshalton, Surrey, on 2 June 1906, the daughter of Gerald Corbin 1873-1924), a commercial clerk and later a stockbroker, and his wife, Mary Ethel née Johnson (1877–1949)...

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Wingfield, Walter Clopton (1833–1912), inventor of lawn tennis, was born on 16 October 1833, the eldest son of Clopton Lewis Wingfield (1800–1846) of Rhysnant Hall, Montgomeryshire, a major in the 66th regiment, and his wife, Jane Eliza, daughter of General Sir John Michell...