Charles Few (the younger) (c.1816 - 4 April 1887) was a solicitor and educationist.
His legal practice was based at Henrietta Street, Covent Garden, and he was a member of the local authority created for the area in 1855, the Strand District Board of Works. He represented the district on the Metropolitan Board of Works from 1855-1857.
He was a member of the first London School Board, elected to represent Lambeth in 1870. He stood down at the second school board election in 1873.
He was a governor of a number of charitable institutions including a school for blind orphans and a consumption hospital.
He died at his home "Lavington", Putney Heath, aged 71.
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