Sir Percy Winn Everett (b. 22 April 1870 Rushmere, Ipswich - 23 February 1952 Elstree) was an editor-in-chief for the publisher, C. Arthur Pearson Limited and an active Scouter who became the Deputy Chief Scout of The Boy Scouts Association.
Everett first met Robert Baden-Powell in 1906 when assigned by Arthur Pearson to support Baden-Powell in writing Scouting for Boys. Everett participated for a day in the Brownsea Island Scout camp in 1907.
On 6 February 1903, Everett had a daughter called Geraldine Winn Everett (affectionately referred to as "Winn"). Her Godfather was the noted English journalist and writer, Bertram Fletcher Robinson. "Winn" became a prominent physician in Elstree where she died on 21 January 1998 aged 94 years (see  & ).
Baden-Powell conferred the six-bead Wood Badge onto 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 responsible for leader training.
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