||Frank Bartholomew Greer
||February 26, 1879
East Boston, Massachusetts, USA
||May 7, 1943
Winthrop, Massachusetts, USA
Frank Bartholomew Greer (February 26, 1879 – May 7, 1943) was an American rower who competed in the 1904 Summer Olympics.
A native of East Boston, Greer was a member of the East Boston Amateur Athletic Boat Club. On July 30, 1904, he won an Olympic gold medal in the single sculls competition with a time of 10:08.5 at the age of 25. The final was held at Creve Coeur Lake in Maryland Heights, Missouri, where he beat out James Juvenal (silver) and Constance Titus (bronze).
After his retirement, Greer coached at the Detroit Athletic Club and later in life became a sheriff at the Charles Street Jail in Boston.