Re: QUESTION TO BP's HISTORY
Mike D Tester (mike@MIKET.DEMON.CO.UK)
Thu, 20 Oct 1994 19:55:01 +0000
> almost everybody knows about first camp of scouts in Brownsea Island
> (15. July 1907).
> First four patrols were there about one month.
B.P. arrived on the Brownsea Island on 29th July, the first boys
arrived on 30th July, and the remainder on 31st.
The camp ended on the 8th August.
> Does anybody know names of these patrols?
> If they exist.
> Thank to everybody.
> Vladimir Sykora
> Internet: firstname.lastname@example.org
Baden-Powell divided the boys into four patrols as listed below:
Musgrave C. (Bob) Wroughton, patrol leader;
Cedric I Curteis; John Michael Evans-Lombe; Percy Arthur Medway;
Reginald Walter Giles; Simon Rodney;
Thoamas Brain Achton Evans-Lombe, patrol Leader;
Arthur Primmer; Albert Blandford; James H B Rodney;
George Rodney, patrol leader;
Herbert Watts; J. Alen Vivian; Terence Ewart Bonfield;
Herbert Emley; patrol leader;
Ethelbert James Tarrant; Herbert Collingbourne;
William Rodney; Humphrey B Noble.
B-P's nephew Donald Baden-Powell was designated adjutant
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