Person:Cuthbert Whitaker (1)

Watchers
Sir Cuthbert Wilfred Whitaker
b.Abt 1873
m. May 1853
  1. Marian Whitaker1853 - 1929
  2. Elizabeth Mary WHITAKERAbt 1857 - 1895
  3. Edith Louisa WHITAKERAbt 1858 - 1937
  4. Thomas William WHITAKERAbt 1860 -
  5. George Herbert WHITAKER1862 - 1933
  6. Ethel Bertha WHITAKERAbt 1864 - 1900
  7. Mildred Septima WHITAKERAbt 1865 - 1906
  8. Arthur Cerdic WhitakerAbt 1869 - 1920
  9. Leonard Edgar WhitakerAbt 1870 -
  10. Edward Harold WHITAKERAbt 1871 -
  11. Winifrede WHITAKER1871 -
  12. Sir Cuthbert Wilfred WhitakerAbt 1873 - 1948
m. 1909
Facts and Events
Name Sir Cuthbert Wilfred Whitaker
Gender Male
Birth? Abt 1873
Christening[1] 9 Nov 1873 Enfield, Middlesex, EnglandSt Andrew's
Census[2] 1881 Enfield, Middlesex, England
Census[3] 1901 Finsbury (metropolitan borough), London, England1 South Place, East Finsbury
Marriage 1909 Hampstead, London, Englandto Lady Beatrice Ella DINHAM
Burial? 1948 West Norwood, London, EnglandWest Norwood Cemetery

Knighted 1946. Educated Lancing School and University College, Oxford (MA). Lt-Col. 3rd Battalion, King's Regiment (Liverpool). Served in France and North Russia. Common Councillor of the City of London. He wrote: "An Illustrated Historical, Statistical & Topographical Account of the Urban District of Enfield" Published by George Bell & Sons Ltd, York House, Portugal Street, London (the frontispiece gives his rank as Captain and the foreword indicates he was living at Elsynge Cottage, Enfield).

GRO Birth registration: Sept 1873 Edmonton 3a 225

Sir Cuthbert Wilfred Whitaker (26 May 1873«u»[1]«/u»-1950) was editor of Whitaker's Almanack. He held the position for fifty-five years, succeeding his father Joseph Whitaker when he died in 1895, and was in turn succeeded by a nephew on his death. He was Chairman of the City of London Food Control Committee during the «u»Second World War«/u», and was «u»knighted «/u» in 1946 for services to the «u»City of London Corporation «/u».

References
  1. LDS. IGI Source Media Type: Film, C067861.

    _TAG3: YES

  2. 1881 Census.

    Silver Street, Enfield, Middx
    Joseph Whitaker, head, M, 60, author and publisher, Shoreditch, Middx
    Jessie Whitaker, dau, U, 32, Shoreditch, Middx
    Edith D Whitaker, dau, U, 22, Lambeth, Surrey
    Ethel B Whitaker, dau, U, 17, Enfield, Middx
    Arthur C Whitaker, son, U, 12, scholar, Enfield, Middx
    Winifred Whitaker, dau, U, 9, scholar, Enfield, Middx
    Cuthbert Whitaker, son, U, 7, scholar, Enfield, Middx
    Charlotte Collins, servant, U, 38, cook dom servant, Tuddenham, Suffolk
    Lillian Lewis, servant, U, 21, Housemaid, Hapisbrugh, Suffolk
    Kate Brooks, servant, U, 15, housemain, Trent, Somerset _TAG3: YES

  3. 1901 UK Census.

    1 South Place, East Finsbury, London
    (among others - Head described as hotel manager)
    Cuthbert Whitaker, visitor, S, 27, Master of Arts, Enfield, Middx
    Leonard Whitaker, visitor, S, 25, MRLS, LRCP, surgeon, Enfield, Middx