- Percy Everett
Sir Percy Winn Everett (1870 –
1952-02-23) was an editor-in-chief for the house of Pearsonand an active Scouter. He is most known as the Deputy Chief Scout.
Everett first met general R.S.S Baden-Powell in 1906. He was assigned by Arthur Pearson to support Baden-Powell in writing "
Scouting for Boys", published in 1908, among others by participating for a day in the Brownsea Island Scout campthe year before. [cite web | url = http://www.scouting.milestones.btinternet.co.uk/biogs-c-e.htm | accessdate = 2007-02-03 | title = The first Deputy Chief Scout. B-P's 'Right-hand' | publisher = Scouting Milestones]
Everett, already well involved in Scouting and living in
Elstree, became the first Scoutmasterof the 1st Elstree Scout group on 1908-03-13[cite web | url = http://www.borehamwoodtimes.co.uk/mostpopular.var.1148104.mostviewed.be_prepared_for_100_years.php | title = Be prepared... for 100 years | first = Emma | last = Hutchings | publisher = Borehamwood and Elstree Times | date = 2007-01-25 | accessdate = 2007-02-04]
In 1919, Everett organized the first
Wood Badgeleadership training in Gilwell Park.
In 1930, Everett was knighted.
In 1948, Everett wrote "The First Ten Years", 88 pages, published by the
East Anglian Daily Times, about the first ten years of Scouting.
Baden-Powell conferred the six-bead
Wood Badgeonto Everett, which he passed on in 1948 to Gilwell Park's Camp Chief John Thurman, to be worn as badge of office by the person responsile for leader training. [cite web | url = http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&ct=res&cd=3&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.scoutbase.org.uk%2Flibrary%2Fhqdocs%2Ffacts%2Fpdfs%2Ffs145001.pdf&ei=Sx_FRabyAouiQd6W1LEP&usg=__YsDuYn7cNiWiymLxS1Zq6ueJbww=&sig2=5xiwAr5iKMyc9_lYJpnp9A | format = PDF | title = The origins of the Wood Badge | publisher = The Scout Association| date = August 2003 | accessdate = 2007-02-04]
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