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This branch of the family assumed the name of Baden-Powell as their surname in 1870.

BADEN POWELL, eldest son of Baden and Hester Powell (see Chart Pedigree),
bn. at Stamford Hill, Middlesex, 22nd Aug., 1796.    Oriel Coll., Oxon., B.A.
1st class Math. 1817, M.A. 182o. Clerk in Holy Orders, and Vic. of Plumstead, Kent,
1821-27. Savilian Professor of Geometry Oxon., 1827-6o.    F.R.G.S., F.R.Ast.S.,
V.P.R.S. On the Royal Commission for Oxford, 1851. A Mercer by Patrimony, [822. Was an author of many works on Theology and Physical Science. He died 11 th June, 186o, at 6, Stanhope Street, London, W., and was buried at Kensal Green, having married 1stly, 17th July, 1821, at St. John's, Hackney, Eliza, daughter of Vincent Francis Rivaz, Esq., of Hackney ; she died 13th March, 1836, without issue, and was buried at St. Peter's-in-the-East, Oxford.
BADEN POWELL married, 2ndly, at Speldhurst, 27th Sept., 1837, Charlotte, daughter of William Pope, of Hillindene, Middlesex, Esq. ; she died 14th October, [844, and was buried at Speldhurst, leaving issue one son and three daughters.

1. BADEN HENRY, bn. 23rd Aug., 1841.    St. Paul's School, 1856 ; Indian
Civil Service; 186o ; Conservator of Forests, Punjab ; Judge of Chief Court, Lahore ; Companion of the Order of the Indian Empire, 1883. Retired, 1889. An author of several works on Indian law, land tenure, &c.

1. CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH, bn. 14th Sept., 1838.

2. LOUISA A NNE, bn. 18th Mar., [843. Married 27th November, [863, to Thomas Godfrey Pembroke Pope, Clerk in Holy Orders, English Chaplain at Lisbon, and Canon of Gibraltar ; and has issue two sons and one daughter.

3. LETITIA MARY, bn. 4th June, [844 ; died 2nd Sept., 1865.

BADEN POWELL married, 3rdly, loth Mar., [846, at St. Luke's, Chelsea, Henrietta Grace, daughter of Vice-Admiral W. H. Smyth, K.S.F., D.C.L., F.R.S., sister to Professor Piazzi Smyth, Astronomer Royal for Scotland ; and great-niece of the first Lord Nelson.
Mrs. Baden-Powell now resides at 8, St. George's Place, Hyde Park Corner, W., having outlived her husband, by whom she has had issue seven sons and three daughters.

2. HENRY WARINGTON SMYTH, bn. 3rd Feb., 1847. St. Paul's School, 1857. Is a Master Mariner and Lieutenant Royal Naval Reserve. Barrister of the Inner Temple, 1876, of the Admiralty Bar. A member of the Shipwrights' Company, and



Associate of the Institute of Naval Architects ; F.R.G,S. Of 8, St. George's Place, Hyde Park Corner. Athenaeum Club.

3. SIR GEORGE SMYTH, Knight, bn. 24th Dec., 1847.    St. Paul's School,
1858 ; Marlborough Coll., 1864-66 ; Ball. Coll., Oxon., B.A. 1875, Chancellor's Prize, 1876, M.A. 1878 ; Special Commissioner to West Indies, 1882-4, and to Malta, 1887. M.P. for Kirkdale Division, Liverpool, in Conservative interest, 1885 ; Companion of the Order of St. Michael and St. George, 1884, and Knight Commander, 1888. F.R.G.S., F.R.C.I. An author on political, financial, and colonial subjects. Of 8, St. George's Place. Carlton and Athenaeum Clubs.

4. AUGUSTUS SMYTH, bn. 2nd May, 1849 ; d. 3rd April, 1863.

5. FRANCIS SMYTH, bn. 29th July, 185o.    St. Paul's School, 1861-2 ; Marl-
borough Coll., 1865-68 ; Ball. Coll., Oxon., B.A. 1876, M.A. 1878. Barrister of the Inner Temple, 1878. A painter and sculptor. Of 8, St. George's Place. Isthmian Club.

6. JOHN PENROSE SMYTH, bn. 21st Dec., 1852 ; d. 14th Dec., 1855.

7. ROBERT STEPHENSON SMYTH, bn. 22nd Feb., 1857. Charterhouse, 1871-76 ; Captain in the 13th Hussars, 16th May, 1883 ; Intelligence Officer Zulu operations, 1887; Assistant Military Secretary South Africa, 1888 ; Secretary to Special Mission to Swaziland, 1889 ; Military Secretary and A.D.C. Malta, 1890. A Mercer by Patrimony. Naval and Military Club.

8. BADEN FLETCHER SMYTH, bn. 22nd May, 186o. Charterhouse, 1873-77. Lieutenant in Scots Guards, 29th July, 1882 ; Nile Expedition 1884-5 ; in Guards Camel Corps ; Medal, Clasp, and Khedive's Star ; A.D.C. to Sir Ant. Musgrave, 1888, and Private Secretary to Sir Henry Norman, 1889, in Queensland. A Mercer by Patrimony. Guards' Club.

4. HENRIETTA SMYTH, bn. 28th Oct., 1851 ; d. 9th March, 1854.

5. JESSIE SMYTH, bn. 25th Nov., 1855 ; d. 24th July, 1856.

6. AGNES SMYTH, bn. 16th Dec., 1858, is a member of the Mercers' Company by Patrimony.



CHARLES POWELL, 2nd son of Baden and Hester Powell (see Chart Pedigree), was born 30th July, 1807. Trin. Coll., Oxon., B.A. 1829, M.A. 1833 of Speldhurst, Tunbridge Wells ; a J.P. for Kent. Was Master of the Mercers' Company, 1853, and again in 1882. He died 17th March, 1885, and was buried at Speldhurst, having married, 28th October, 1851, at Fillongley, Emily Ann (bn. 25th Feb., 3824), daughter of James Eyre Watson, of Fillongley Grange, co. Warwick, Esq., J.P. (see Baden Pedigree). She died 21st May, 1890, and was buried at Speldhurst ; having had issue :—

GEORGE BADEN, bn. 26th Nov., and died 27th Nov., 1852.

I. CHARLES WATSON, bn. 26th Nov., 1852 . Winchester, 1865-69 ; Merton Coll., Oxon., B.A. and M.A. 1878. Of the Inner Temple, London. Member of Union Club, S.W. ; J.P. and Commissioner of Taxes for Kent. A Mercer by Patrimony.
The Manor House, Speldhurst, Tunbridge Wells.

Married 22nd August, 1888, at Crowborough, Sussex, Elizabeth Constance, 2nd daughter of Colonel Heber Drury ; and had issue :--

(I) Charles Baden Drury, bn. 15th Sept., 1889. educ. Bedales
Served as a Private in the 21st Bn., Middlesex Regiment. Service Number: 19740
Died 14 August 1916 aged 26. Buried in Maroc British Cemetery, Grenay, France. I. G. 20.

(2) Gerald Frederic Watson, born. 24th Apr., 1891.
Served as a Major in the 1st Kent Cyclist Battalion
Attached to 
8th Bn. Queen's Own (Royal West Kent Regiment)
Died 28 July 1917 aged 26 
Buried in Dickenbusch New Military Cemetery Extension. Belgium. II. F. 22.



HENRY POWELL, 3rd son of Baden and Hester Powell (see Chart Pedigree), was born 6th March, 1809. Of Exeter Coll., Oxon., B.A. 1831, M.D. 1839. Was in practice first at Tunbridge Wells, subsequently at Coventry, and afterwards at Brighton. A Mercer by Patrimony. He died at Brighton, 18th May, 1867, and was buried at Speldhurst, Kent, having married on l0th January, 1842, at Tottenham, Middlesex, Mary Sophia, daughter of James Eyre Watson, of Fillongley Grange, co. Warwick, Esq., J.P. (see Baden Pedigree), by whom he had issue five sons and five daughters. Mrs. Powell now resides at the Croft, Crowborough, Sussex.

I. JAMES BADEN, bn. 3rd Dec., 1842.    Bradfield, 1856-61 ; Exeter Coll., Oxon., M.A. 1869 ; ordained Deacon, 1867, and Priest, 1870 ; Curate St. Paul's, Walworth, 1871-80 ; Senior Assistant Curate and Precentor at St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, 1881. Is a Mercer by Patrimony.

2. HENRY WATSON, bn. 6th January, 1847. Bradfield, 1858-64 ; now of West Tamworth, Queensland, Agent for Government Lands. Is a Mercer by Patrimony. He married, 22nd Feb., 1873, at Bathurst, New South Wales, Marion Constance Sarah, daughter of Richard Machattie, M.D., of Bathurst, N.S.W., by whom he has had issue five sons and three daughters.

(I) Henry Machattie, bn. 27th Feb., and died 2nd Mar., 1876.

(2) Eric Watson Machattie, bn. 24th Dec., 1876.

(3) Patrick Baden Machattie, bn. 1st June, 1882.

(4) Lancelot Kaye Machattie, bn. 26th Feb., 1887.

(5) Colin Keith Machattie, bn. 11th Aug., 1888.

(I) Muriel Constance, bn. 7th Ap., 1874.

(2) Una Grace, bn. 2nd July, 1878.

(3) Sibil Margaret, bn. 27th Jan., and died 16th May, 1886.


3. CHARLES EDWARD, bn. 14th Sept., 1851. Marlborough, 1865-67. An architect. Of Groombridge, Sussex. Is a Mercer by Patrimony. Married, 21st Sept., 1882, at St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, Constance Ada, daughter of Charles Fenton, M.D., of Doncaster, Yorkshire, and has issue a son and a daughter.



(I) Charles Leslie Baden, bn. 20th Mar., 1886.

(I) Constance Irene, bn. 9th Oct., 1883.

4. WILFRED, bn. 14th May, 1853. H.B.M.'s consul at Samoa, 1885-8, and consul at Stettin, 1889 ; F.R.G.S. Is a Mercer by Patrimony. Married, 8th Mar., 1881, at Petersham, near Sydney, N.S.W., Frances Elizabeth, daughter of Captain John Mansell, R.N., of Stanmore, near Sydney, by whom he has issue a son and a daughter.

(I) Wilfred Mansell, bn. 3oth Jan., 1882.

(I) Mary Linette, bn. 7th Apr., 1884.

5. CECIL CORNTHWAITE, born 30th Sept., 1857. Haileybury, 1871-72. A n electric
engineer. Is a Mercer by Patrimony.    Married, 28th Apr., 1887, at St. John's,
Withyham, Sussex, Sarah Christina Maria, daughter of John Henry Blake, of Anne-field House, co. Galway, Ireland, by whom he has issue a son.

(I) Malcolm Cecil, bn. 24th Feb., 1888.

1. HESTER MARY, bn. 25th Feb., and died 11th Dec., 1845.

2. MARY SOPHIA, bn. 23rd Aug., 1848.

3. HESTER ANN, bn. 28th Apr., 185o.

4. MADELINE, bn. 11th Jan., 1856. Married, 21st Apr., 1887, Edmund Francis Mackreth, Clerk in Holy Orders, Incumbent of St. Mary's, Buxted ; Vicar of All Souls', Brighton, 9th Jan., 1890 ; and has issue a daughter.

5. ELEANOR, bn. 1st Nov., 1859.
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ARTHUR POWELL, 2nd son of James Powell, of Clapton (see Chart Pedigree), bn. 4th Feb., 1812 ; Senior partner in Messrs. James Powell and Sons' glass works, Whitefriars, London ; a Governor of St. Bartholomew's, and Christ's Hospitals, and Treasurer of St. Luke's Hospital, London ; a member of the Council of Bradfield College, and of the Surrey County School, Cranleigh. Of Milton Heath, Dorking ; J.P. and Commissioner of Taxes for Surrey. Married, l0th May, 1842, at South Mailing, Lewes, Fanny Charlotte, da. of Peter G. Crofts, of Mailing House, Sussex, Clerk in Holy Orders ; and has had issue nine sons and two daughters.

1. ARTHUR CROFTS, bn. 22nd Oct., 1844. Bradfield, 1853-63, Brasenose College, Oxon., B.A. 1866, M.A. 1870. Partner in Messrs. James Powell and Sons, White-friars ; a Governor of St. Luke's Hospital, London. Of Townfield, Dorking ; J.P. for Surrey. Married, istly, 4th Aug., 1868, at Bradfield, Berks, Caroline, 2nd daughter of Thomas Stevens, Clerk in Holy Orders, Founder and first Warden of St. Andrew's College, Bradfield, and Rector of the parish. She died 8th July, 1877, leaving issue four sons and two daughters.

(I) Arthur Marriott, bn. 31st May, 1869. Charterhouse, 1882-88 ; New Coll., Oxon., 1888.

(2) Robert Markham, bn. 13th Aug., 1870. Bradfield, 1883-89.

(3) Thomas Vaughan, bn. 5th June, 1874 ; died 12th Sept., 1881.

(4) Reginald Crofts, bn. 30th March, 1876.

(I) Lucy Caroline, bn. 5th Sept. 1871.

(2) Beatrice Amy, bn. 22nd Mar., 1873.

ARTHUR CROFTS married, 2ndly, 25th July, 1885, at St. Mary's, Boltons, Kensington, Margaret, daughter of the Hon. J. Hart, C.M.G., of Adelaide, South Australia ; and has issue :—

(I) Margaret Joyce, bn. 17th May, 1888.


2. EDWARD COTTON, bn. 19th Apr., 1846. Bradfield, 1854-63. Partner in Messrs. Jones and Powell, wine merchants, of Star Yard, Carey Street. Of 20, Carlyle Mansions, Cheyne Walk, Chelsea. Married, 22nd May, 1890, at Southover, Lewes, Sussex, Anne



Caroline, elder daughter of Henry M. Ingram, of Southover, Clerk in Holy Orders and Rector of Aldrington ; and has issue :—

(I) Edward Ingram, bn. 19th Mar., 1891.


3. JAMES CROFTS, bn. 3rd Aug., 1847. Bradfield, 1855-64. A partner in Messrs. James Powell and Sons, Whitefriars ; of 13, Chester Street, Grosvenor Place, S.W. Married, 11th Nov., 1884, at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, Edith Purefoy, 3rd daughter of the late F. J. E. Jervoise, of Herriard Park, Hants, Esq., and has issue a son and a daughter.

(I) James Jervoise, bn. 2nd June, 1888.

(I) Ethel Mary Purefoy, bn: 15th Oct., 1885.


4. FRANCIS, bn. 15th Sept., 1849. Bradfield, 1858-62. Captain in Royal Navy (gazetted 30th June, 1889) ; Ashantee War, 1873-4 ; Medal. Married 26th Oct., 1875, at Cape Town, South Africa, Rebecca Wilson, daughter of J. W. Glynn, Esq., of Cape Town ; and has issue two sons and three daughters.

(I) Frank, bn. 10th Aug., 1876. Naval Cadet on H.M.S. Britannia. (2) John Glynn, bn. 27th Sept., 1884.

(I) Mary, bn. 2nd Dec., 1879.

(2) Phyllis, bn. 14th Nov., 1880.

(3) Ethel, bn. 26th Mar., 1882.


5. REGINALD HENRY, bn. 1st Feb., 1851. Bradfield, 1860-67. Land Agent, of



Lewes, Sussex. Married, 8th June, 1875, at St. Paul's, Brighton, Alice Mary, daughter of the Rev. John Turner, of Tiffield, Northants ; and has issue :—

(I) Marjorie Helen, bn. 13th Apr., 1877.


6. LEONARD GEORGE, bn. 17th Nov., 1852 ; died 9th Jan., 1854..


7. CLEMENT, bn. 23rd Nov., 1855. Bradfield, 1866-74 ; Oriel Coll., Oxon., B.A, 1879 ; ordained Deacon 1880 ; Priest 1881 ; Rector of Newick, Sussex, 1885. Married, 12th June, 1883, at Stoke next Guildford, Anna Carew, only daughter of the late S. S. Davenport, of Bognor, Sussex, Esq., and widow of the late Captain H. J. L. Turnbull, R.A. ; and has issue two sons,

(I) Geoffry Davenport, bn. 6th May, 1884.

(2) Richard Crofts, bn. 11th July, 1886.


8. HUBERT JOHN, bn. 13th May, 1858. Bradfield, 1870-76. Land Agent, of Lewes, Sussex. Married, 8th June, 1886, at the Parish Church; Kensington, Mabel, 2nd daughter of C. Francis Trower, of 7, Kensington Gate, W. ; and has issue a son and a daughter.

(I) Harold Osborne, bn. 20th Aug., 1888.

(I) Mabel Primrose, bn. 19th Apr., 1887.


9. GWEN MARKHAM, bn. 31st Mar., 1861. Bradfield, 1873-79. Partner in Messrs. Longbourne, Stevens and Powell, Solicitors, 7, Lincoln's Inn Fields ; a Captain 19th Middlesex Volunteers.



I. FANNY CATHERINE, bn. 14th June, 1843. Married, 19th April, 1866, Arthur Markham Nesfield, who died 16th June, 1874, and has issue one son and two daughters.


2. AMY GABRIELLE, bn. 22nd Feb., 1857. Married, 3rd Jan., 1882, Henry Walter Brock, M.A., Vicar of Otterbourne, Winchester, son of the Very Rev. Carey Brock, Dean of Guernsey, and has issue three sons and two daughters.



NATHANAEL POWELL, 3rd son of James Powell, of Clapton (see Chart Pedigree), bn. 15th Oct., 1813. A partner in Messrs. James Powell and Sons' glass works, Whitefriars, London ; an Alderman of the Essex County Council, 1889. Of Lucton's, Buckhurst Hill, Essex ; a J.P. and Deputy-Lieutenant for the county ; Treasurer S.P.C.K. Married, at Loughton, 22nd Aug., 1838, Agnes, 7th daughter of David Powell, of Bench House, Loughton, and has had issue five sons and eight daughters.

I. HERBERT NATHANAEL, bn. 4th July, 1841 ; died 27th Aug., 1850.

2. ROBERT ARTHUR, bn. 24th July, and died 25th Sept., 1848.

3. HARRY JAMES, bn. 24th Jan., 1853. Rugby, 1867-70.    Trin. Coll., Oxon.,B.A. 1873 ; partner in Messrs. James Powell and Sons, Whitefriars. Elected Jan., 1889, to represent Dulwich on the first London County Council. Of 5, Underhill Villas, Underhill Road, East Dulwich. Married, at St. Mary's, Chigwell, 26th Jan., 1875, Emma Elizabeth, daughter of Major W. S. Suart, R.E., of Bowles, Essex, and has issue one daughter.

(I) Muriel, bn. 29th Oct., 1875.


4. JOHN DAVID, bn. 31st Aug., 1855 ; died 7th June, 1856.


5. EDMUND NATHANAEL, bn. 2nd Sept., 1859. Winchester, 1873-77 ; Trin. Coll., Oxon., B.A. 1882, M.A. 1885 ; ordained Deacon, 29th Sept., 1883, and Priest, 1884. Mission Curate-in-Charge, Beckton, Essex, 23rd Apr., 1887 ; Vicar of St. Stephen's, Upton Park, E., 1891.

I. LOUISA AGNES, bn. 10th June, 1839 ; died 7th May, 1844.

2. ALICE CATHARINE, bn. 6th June, 1843.

3. MARIA, bn. 3rd Nov., 1846. Married, loth Sept., 1867, Fred George Read, of Harringey Park, Crouch End, 5th son of the late Edmund Read, of London, Esq., and has issue two sons and two daughters.

4. JANETTE MARY, bn. 5th Aug., 1849.

5. ANNIE LOUISA, bn. 14th Apr., 1851.

6. EMMA SOPHIA, bn. 29th May, 1857.

7. BEATRICE PRYOR, bn. 2nd Apr., 1862.

8. RACHEL CLARK, bn. 31st Aug., 1864.



HENRY PRYOR POWELL, 2nd son of David Powell, of Heath Lodge, Hampstead (see Chart Pedigree), bn. 14th Feb., 1847. Eton, 1859 ; Trin. Coll., Camb., B.A. 1867. Is a partner in Messrs. Cotesworth and Powell, 148, Leadenhall Street, Deputy-Lieutenant for City of London. Of 133, Harley Street. Married, 22nd July, 1875, at St. Andrew's, Wells Street, London, Helena Margaret, only daughter of
Eden Upton Eddis, of 65, Harley Street, London, Esq., and has    :—

I. EDEN BERNARD, bn. 11th June, 1878.

2. VALENTINE PRYOR, bn. 20th Feb., 1881.

3. RICHARD HENRY, bn. 15th Mar., 1884-

I. CICELY MARGARET, bn. 16th Aug., 1876. 2. ELIZABETH HELEN, bn. 21st Mar., 1890.


ROBERT WALTER POWELL, 3rd son of David Powell, of Heath Lodge,
Hampstead (see Chart Pedigree), bn. 29th Sept., 1850.    Eton, 1863-68. Trin.
Coll., Camb., B.A. 1872, M.A. 1875 ; ordained Dec., 1873, to Curacy of Ware, Herts. Vicar of Holy Innocents, Hornsey, 1877. Married, at Frant, 29th July, 1879, Mary Caroline, 3rd daughter of George Hankey, of Frant, Tunbridge Wells, Esq., and has issue :—

I. RONALD VANNECK, bn. 6th May, 1884-

2. ERIC WALTER, bn. 6th May, 1886.

1. OLIVE CAROLINE, bn. 17th Mar., 1881.

2. ELLEN, bn. 7th Nov., 1882.


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