Allport, Alfred

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Allport, Alfred

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12 September 1867-2 May 1949


Part of the Thames Cup winning crew of 1893. Also an English rugby union forward who played club rugby for Blackheath and international rugby for England. In 1890 Allport became one of the original members of the Barbarians Football Club. He also represented Surrey at County level.

He was born in Brixton, 1867, the third son of Franklin Thomas Allport and educated at London International College, Isleworth and Guy’s Hospital.

He was a doctor, attached to the Royal Army Medical Corps in the First World War, and later Honorary Consulting Surgeon to St Paul’s Hospital for Skin and Genito-urinary Diseases.

He was twice married: first to Edith Blanche Eicke, daughter of R. H. Fry (one son and two daughters); then to Madeline Annie, daughter of Charles Price (one son and two daughters).

He was a member of Argonauts Lodge.


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Allport, Alfred, (1867–2 May 1949), Hon. Consulting Surgeon to St Paul’s Hospital for Skin and Genito-urinary Diseases; Major RAMCV." WHO'S WHO & WHO WAS WHO. December 01, 2007. Oxford University Press. Date of access 16 Oct. 2019,

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