The Baronetcy of Oxenden of Dene, Kent
was created in the Baronetage of England on 6 May 1678 for Sir Henry Oxenden Kt. who was Member of Parliament
1645-8, for Kent
1656-8 and for Sandwich
Oxenden of Dene (1678)
- Sir Henry Oxenden, 1st Baronet (1614-1686)
- Sir James Oxenden, 2nd Baronet (1641-1708). Member of Parliament for Sandwich 1679-81, 1689-90 and 1701-2 and for Kent in 1698-1700.
- Sir Henry Oxenden, 3rd Baronet (1645-1709). Brother of the 2nd Baronet. He was Deputy Governor of Bombay.
- Sir Henry Oxenden, 4th Baronet (1690-1720). Son of George Oxenden, Master of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, who was the third son of the 1st Baronet. Member of Parliament for Sandwich 1713-20.
- Sir George Oxenden, 5th Baronet (1694-1775). Member of Parliament for Sandwich 1720-54.
- Sir Henry Oxenden, 6th Baronet (1721-1803). Inherited the Kentish estate of the Dixwell Baronets at Broome House which became the family seat.
- Sir Henry Oxenden, 7th Baronet (1756-1838)
- Sir Henry Chudleigh Oxenden, 8th Baronet (1795-1889)
- Sir Henry Montagu Oxenden, 9th Baronet (1826-1895)
- Sir Percy Dixwell Nowell Dixwell-Oxenden, 10th Baronet (1833-1924)Extinct on his death
- Debrett's Baronetage of England 7th Edition (1839) pp 140-1 Google Books.