George Maurice Beaufoy (1893- 17 April 1941) was a businessman and local politician.

He was the middle son of Mark Hanbury Beaufoy, vinegar manufacturer, member of parliament and of the London County Council.

He was a Municipal Reform Party member of the London County Council from 1925-34: as a councillor for Lambeth, Kennington from 1925–28 and as an alderman from 1928-34.

In 1932 the Beaufoy's vinegar business was merged with Grimble & Co, with Beaufoy becoming the first chairman.[1]

He was killed during an air raid in the Second World War when a bomb fell on the family vinegar yard in Lambeth.


  1. Beaufoy Vinegar Factory. The Vauxhall Society.