The Hammick Baronetcy, of Cavendish Square, London, is a title in the Baronetage of the United Kingdom. It was created on 25 July 1834 for the noted surgeon and physician Stephen Hammick. Two other members of the Hammick family may also be mentioned. Sir Murray Hammick, seventh son of the second Baronet, was in the Indian Civil Service. Alexander Robert Hammick (1887–1969), younger brother of the fourth Baronet, was a Rear-Admiral in the Royal Navy.
Hammick baronets, of Cavendish Square (1834)
- Sir Stephen Love Hammick, 1st Baronet (1777–1867)
- Sir St Vincent Love Hammick, 2nd Baronet (1806–1888)
- Sir St Vincent Alexander Hammick, 3rd Baronet (1839–1927)
- Captain Stephen Frederick Hammick (1879–1916), killed in action during WWI, and only son of the 3rd Baronet.
- Vice-Admiral Robert Frederick Hammick (1842–1922), 2nd son of the 2nd Baronet and father of the 4th Baronet.
- Sir George Frederick Hammick, 4th Baronet (1885–1964)
- Sir Stephen George Hammick, 5th Baronet (1926–2014)
The recent heir to the baronetcy is Jeremy Charles Hammick (born 1956), youngest, but surviving, son of the 5th Baronet.
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- The London Gazette: . 15 July 1834.