Thank you to Deborah A. Sabalo for providing
the following information:
"Horatio Ross, and his son, Edward, were
leading lights in the Volunteer movement. Edward, one of Horatio's five sons, was
the winner of the first Queen's Prize in 1860.
Horatio was captain of a number of
winning teams at Wimbledon in the 1860's and 70's.
Another early photographer, Roger
Fenton, took photographs of that first meeting, including his
Deborah A. Sabalo who is currently
studying for M.Phil in History at York University on the social
history of the annual rifle contest at Wimbledon in the years 1860-1889.