The Rowers of Vanity Fair/Baring J
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Baring, John (Lord Revelstoke)[edit | edit source]
“Barings” (Spy), August 11, 1898[edit | edit source]
[Vanity Fair biography TBD]
John Baring (1863-1929) coxed Eton in the Ladies' in 1880, at 8 stone 0 lbs. The next year, at 9 stone 7 lbs., he stroked the boat in the Ladies' and Grand with D.H. McLean.
External Links[edit | edit source]
- John Baring, 2nd Baron Revelstoke, in ThePeerage.com
- Canaletto, "A Regatta on the Grand Canal," c. 1740 Bequeathed to the National Gallery, London, by Lord Revelstoke.