British fencerDied when: 62 years 188 days (750 months)
Star Sign: Pisces
Egerton Castle M.A., F.S.A. (12 March 1858 – 16 September 1920) was a Victorian era author, antiquarian, and swordsman, and an early practitioner of reconstructed historical fencing, frequently in collaboration with his colleague Captain Alfred Hutton.
Castle was the captain of the British épée and sabre teams at the 1908 Summer Olympics.He was born in London into a wealthy family; his maternal grandfather was the publishing magnate and philanthropist Egerton Smith.
He was a lieutenant in the Second West India Regiment and afterwards a captain in the Royal Engineers Militia.He was also an expert on bookplates and a keen collector.
Egerton Castle co-authored many novels with his wife, Agnes (née Sweetman).