William Henry Guy (19 July 1890 – 1 August 1968) was a Labour Party politician active in the East End of London.

Born in Limehouse, he was the son of Thomas William Guy, a blacksmith, and his wife, Agnes née Wilkins. In 1911 he married Blanche Louisa Whitfield.

He represented Poplar at borough, county council and parliamentary level: he was member of parliament for Poplar South from 1942–50, London County Council councillor for Poplar South from 1934–49 and for Poplar from 1949–65 and a member of Poplar Borough Council, serving as Mayor of Poplar for 1953-54.[1]


  1. "Obituary: Mr W. H. Guy". The Times: p. 8. 3 August 1968. 
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