Person    | Female  Born 26/7/1903  Died 11/6/1976

Amy Gentry

Categories: Sport / Games

Pioneer rower. Amy Constance Gentry was born 111 White Hart Lane, Barnes. Employed as a secretary by Vickers Armstrong in Byfleet, she was personal secretary to Barnes Wallis, when he was developing the bouncing bomb.

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Amy Gentry

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Amy Gentry

Amy Gentry, 1903 - 1976 pioneer rower lived here. Blue Plaque Rebellion {Logo...

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Charlie Paynter

Charlie Paynter

Football Manager. Born in Swindon. His family moved to London, where he played with the Victoria Swifts. He first became involved with West Ham Football Club as unpaid help in 1897. He was appointe...

Person, Sport / Games

1 memorial
British Olympic Association

British Olympic Association

Formed in the House of Commons.

Group, Sport / Games

1 memorial
Dennis Bergkamp

Dennis Bergkamp

Footballer. Born in Amsterdam. Nicknamed 'The Non-Flying Dutchman' because of his aviophobia. He played for Ajax in his home country and for Arsenal F.C. from 1995 to 2006. 

Person, Sport / Games, Netherlands

1 memorial
Paddington Recreation Ground

Paddington Recreation Ground

Noted as the earliest public athletic ground in London. It includes ten tennis courts, an athletics track, two artificial grass pitches, and two bowling greens.

Place, Community / Clubs, Sport / Games

1 memorial
Engineer Captain Charles Gerald Taylor, MVO.

Engineer Captain Charles Gerald Taylor, MVO.

A player at the London Welsh Rugby Football Club who was killed in WW1. A Wrexham paper has an article about Taylor: "Taylor was the first of 13 capped Wales players to lose their lives in the con...

Person, Armed Forces, Sport / Games

War dead, WW1
1 memorial