Julius Stafford-Baker is the name of two artists, father and son:
And the fact that both worked extensively in the same field, even with the son taking up his father's characters, "Tiger Tim and the Bruin Boys" in the 1950s, that series originated by his Father before 1900, after many years of other artists including Herbert Foxwell, has led most historians of comics into erroneous statements. Few of them have looked properly at the earliest days of Hendersons' publications, like Nugget and The Garland, and others like Topical Times and the US title 'Judge', all well before 1900. Its understandable as the copies at the Newspaper Library at Hendon are terribly fragile, almost to the point of handling equalling destruction. The name still runs in later generations, and many members of the family were/are professional artists.