Rodger Baskerville was the youngest brother of Sir Charles Baskerville and member of the Baskerville family. He bore a strong resemblance to his infamous ancestor, Sir Hugo, both in physical appearance and personality, and was regarded as the black sheep of the family for his reprobate ways. After fleeing England to escape the law, he ended up in South America where he died of yellow fever in 1876. Though it was widely believed he died childless, he did in fact have a son, whom he named after himself.

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