Sir John Baddeley, 1st Baronet
Baddeley was alderman of Farringdon Within and a member of the Court of Common Council from 1886. He was nominated Sheriff of the City of London in 1908 and was made a Knight Bachelor in the following year. In 1921, Baddeley was appointed the 593rd Lord Mayor of London. After the end of his tenure in the following year, he was created a baronet, of Lakefield, in the Parish of St Mary, Stoke Newington, in the County of London on 24 November. Baddeley was a Commander of the Swedish Royal Order of Vasa and of the Russian Order of St Anna. He served as Justice of the Peace for the County of London.
On 13 August 1868, he married firstly Mary Elizabeth Locks, daughter of William Locks, and had by her nine children, four daughters and five sons. After her death in 1906, Baddeley remarried Florence Bertha Mathews, daughter of Joseph Douglas Mathews on 25 July 1912. He died in 1926 and was succeeded in the baronetcy by his oldest son John.
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|Lord Mayor of London
1921 – 1922
Edward C. Moore
|Baronetage of the United Kingdom|
1922 – 1926
John William Baddeley