Bernard Richard Meirion Darwin 1876 - 1961

born in:
Downe, Bromley, Greater London, England, United Kingdom

Born at Downe, the only son of Sir Francis Darwin and Amy. Grandson of Charles Darwin. Wrote for the Evening Standard, Country Life, and The Times, before devoting himself to golf writing. Served in the Royal Army Ordnance Corps as a lieutenant in WW1. He accompanied the British amateur team which played in the first Walker cup match against the United States, though Britain lost, he won his match. Died at Filsham House Nursing Home, St Leonards, Sussex, on 18 October 1961.