- "You agreed to stay and take Papa under your wing and train him in our ways. I know that you changed his life for the better."
- ―Eseosa, regarding Babatunde's meeting with Adéwalé.[src]
Babatunde Josèphe (1738 – unknown) was a member of the Saint-Domingue Brotherhood of Assassins. The son of Adéwalé and Bastienne Josèphe, he eventually fathered a son named Eseosa, who was also inducted into the Brotherhood. He is an ancestor to Milton Jones.
Conceived after a night of passion between his parents in Port-au-Prince, Babatunde initially grew up unaware of who his father was. Babatunde met Adéwalé when he returned to Port-au-Prince after the earthquake of 1751, and began training under his father to become a member of the Assassin Order.
- While Initiates states that Bastienne only started talking to Babatunde about his father when he was 15 and that Babatunde met Adéwalé as a grown man, he apparently met his father after the great earthquake of 1751, when Babatunde was fourteen.