Herbert Haydon Wilson
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|Gold||1908 London||Team competition|
Youngest son of Sir Samuel Wilson, of Victoria, Australia.
He served in the South African Campaign 1899-1901 (twice Mentioned in Despatches), and was in March 1901 appointed a Companion of the Distinguished Service Order (DSO) for gallantry in defence of posts in the Boer attack on Lichtenburg
In the 1908 Olympics, he was a member of the British polo team Roehampton, which won the gold medal.
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