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Whittingham

Whittingham

Co-overseer of the Westminster Union workhouse in 1826.

At the Old Bailey we find, in 1802, Charles Whittingham as co-overseer of St. Andrew's workhouse in Shoe Lane.

And sometime 1881–1891 a W. B. Whittingham retired after 10 years as chairman of a Walthamstow local board concerned with workhouses. From British History Online.

Either or both of these could be our Whittingham.

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Whittingham

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Westminster Union Workhouse

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