Sir Percy Vincent (1868 - 22 January 1943)
The son of a pharmacist in Watton, Norfolk, Vincent moved to London as a an apprentice draper. He subsequently established his own textile business and became a member of the Common Council of the Corporation of London.
Knighted in 1927, he was created a baronet "of Watton in the County of Norfolk" in 1936.
Made application for the 1940 Olympics (which in the event were cancelled) to be held in London ]
The Wikipedia page on the Vincent baronets is .