The Nightingale Baronetcy, of Newport Pond in the County of Essex, is a title in the Baronetage of England. It was created on 1 September 1628 for Thomas Nightingale, High Sheriff of Essex in 1627. The fourth Baronet was a Director of the Honourable East India Company. On his death in 1722 the family estates devolved on his cousin Robert Gascoyne. The title should have passed to Edward Nightingale, son of Geoffrey Nightingale, younger son of the first Baronet. However, it was not until 1797 that a later descendant, Edward Nightingale, managed to establish the succession and became the tenth Baronet.
Manners Ralph Wilmott Nightingale (1871–1956), grandson of Thomas Henry Nightingale, second son of the eleventh Baronet, was a Major-General in the Army. The present baronet, Sir Charles, is a former civil servant.
Nightingale Baronets, of Newport Pond (1628)
- Sir Thomas Nightingale, 1st Baronet (died 1645)
- Sir Thomas Nightingale, 2nd Baronet (1629–1702)
- Sir Bridges Nightingale, 3rd Baronet (died c. 1715)
- Sir Robert Nightingale, 4th Baronet (died 1722)
- Sir Edward Nightingale, 5th Baronet (1658–1723)
- Sir Gamaliel Nightingale, 6th Baronet (died c. 1730)
- Sir Edward Nightingale, 7th Baronet (1696-c. 1750)
- Sir Edward Nightingale, 8th Baronet (1726–1782)
- Sir Gamaliel Nightingale, 9th Baronet (1731–1791)
- Sir Edward Nightingale, 10th Baronet (1760–1804) (established claim to title in 1797)
- Sir Charles Ethelston Nightingale, 11th Baronet (1784–1843)
- Sir Charles Nightingale, 12th Baronet (1809–1876)
- Sir Henry Dickonson Nightingale, 13th Baronet (1830–1911)
- Sir Edward Manners Nightingale, 14th Baronet (1888–1953)
- Sir Geoffrey Slingsby Nightingale, 15th Baronet (1904–1972)
- Sir Charles Athelstan Nightingale, 16th Baronet (1902–1977)
- Sir Charles Manners Gamaliel Nightingale, 17th Baronet (born 1947)
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