Portrait from "The Graphic", 12 May 1888.

George Pitney Meaden
(c.1814 - 29 January 1890) was a printer and local politician in the Clapham area.

In 1867 Meaden was chosen as one of the representatives of the Wandsworth District Board on the Metropolitan Board of Works, serving until the body's abolition in 1889.

He died at his home in Clapham in 1890 aged 76.

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