Baden Powell (/
Baden-Powell family, known for the Scout movementEdit
- Baden Powell (mathematician) (1796–1860), mathematician, clergyman and liberal theologian. By his third marriage father of the following:-
- Robert Baden-Powell, 1st Baron Baden-Powell (1857–1941), hero of the Siege of Mafeking and founder of the Scout movement, often referred to as "B-P".
- Warington Baden-Powell (1847–1921), barrister and first head of the Sea Scouts.
- George Baden-Powell (1847–1898), politician, who also served in the Colonial Service.
- Frank Baden-Powell (1850–1933), barrister and artist.
- Agnes Baden-Powell (1858–1945), noted for her work in establishing the Girl Guides movement.
- Baden Baden-Powell (1860–1937), military aviation pioneer.
- Olave Baden-Powell (1889–1977), Daughter in law and B-P's wife, World Chief Guide.
- Arthur Robert Peter Baden-Powell, 2nd Baron Baden-Powell (1913–1962).
- Robert Crause Baden-Powell, 3rd Baron Baden-Powell (born 1936).
- David Michael Baden-Powell, the heir presumptive to the title (born 1940).
- Baron Baden-Powell, an honorific title given to the head of the family.
- Baden Powell (guitarist) (1937–2000), Brazilian musician
- Arthur William Baden Powell (1901–1987), New Zealand malacologist, naturalist and palaeontologist
- Baden Powell (politician) (1900–1955), Australian politician
- Baden Powell (footballer) (1931–2014), English footballer
- Baden Henry Powell (1841-1901), English civil servant in Bengal