|Known for||Olympic archer|
Richard Henry Bagnall-Oakeley was born in December 1865. the youngest child of the Reverend William and Mary Ellen Bagnall-Oakeley. Bagnall-Oakeley entered the double York round event in 1908, taking 21st place with 374 points. He also participated in the Continental style event but his result is unknown. He was a member of the Royal Toxophilite Society.
He died in 1947 in Gloucestershire.
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