William Henry Fox was a chartered accountant and local politician.

A resident of Addison Road North in Kensington, he was a chartered accountant from 1880-1910, as part of the partnership of Fox & Kennedy, practising in the City of London and Westminster. He was made a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales in 1898 and a member of the Council of the Institute by 1904.[1] Following a series of speculative investments he was declared bankrupt in November 1910.[2]

He served a single three-year term as a Moderate Party Member of the London County Council representing Kensington North from 1895-98.


  1. List of members, 1904, Royal Charter and Bye-laws. Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales. 1904. p. 200. 
  2. "In Bankruptcy. Chartered Accountant's Failure". The Times: p. 4. 27 January 1911. 

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