Atholl Oakeley, or Sir Edward Atholl Oakeley, 7th Baronet of Shrewsbury (31 May 1900–January 1987) was a heavyweight wrestler and author. Born at Nantwich son of Captain Edward Francis Oakeley and Everilde Anne Beaumont. He was Britain's first heavyweight all-in wrestling champion, and held the title from 1930 to 1935. He became the European heavyweight champion in 1932. A colourful character, he also organised trips following the history of Lorna Doone by R. D. Blackmore. He died in Devon in 1987.
- The Facts on which R. D. Blackmore based Lorna Doone. 1969
- Blue Blood on the mat. 1971 (Autobiography)
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