George Henry Wilkinson (20 July 1885 – 27 June 1967), known as Sir George Wilkinson, 1st Baronet, of Brook in Witley in the County of Surrey from 1941, was a leading politician in the City of London.
The eldest son of George Henry Wilkinson, paper manufacturer. He worked in the family business until the age of 37, when he was able to retire and devote himself to civic affairs.
In 1923 he joined the Corporation of London as a common councilman for Queenhithe Ward and in 1933 became alderman for Aldersgate Ward. In 1937 he was elected as a Municipal Reform Party member of the London County Council to represent the City of London until 1944 and was Lord Mayor of London for 1940-41, during the height of The Blitz and was involved in the construction of deep shelters for munitions workers.