The Baskerville family was a family of English gentry with their seat at Baskerville Hall near Grimpen in Dartmoor. The family is descended from Sir Hugo Baskerville, a notorious squire of the Civil War period. The only known surviving member of the family is Sir Henry Baskerville, Baronet.
- Sir Hugo Baskerville I (fl. 1647), family patriarch
- Hugo Baskerville II (fl. 1742)
- Sir Charles Baskerville (d. bef. 14 May 1889)
- Sir Henry Baskerville's father, younger brother of Sir Charles and older brother of Roger II.
- Rodger Baskerville II (d. 1876), younger brother of Sir Charles who died in Central America of yellow fever
- Sir Henry Baskerville (fl. 1889), nephew of Sir Charles
- Rodger Baskerville III (d. 1889)
- Rodger, John, and Elizabeth Baskerville, children of Hugo II (fl. 1742)
- Rear Admiral Baskerville, who served under Rodney in the West Indies (fl. 1762-1782)
- Sir William Baskerville, Chairman of the House of Commons Committee under Pitt (fl. either 1766-1768 or 1783-1804)
- A woman in blue silk painted by Sir Godfrey Kneller (fl. late 17th c.)
- A stout man in a wig painted by Sir Joshua Reynolds (fl. mid-late 18th c.)