William Sutton Gover (17 November 1822 - 24 November 1894) was a businessman and local politician.
Gover entered business as a brushmaker, later moving into property. He subsequently became an actuary and managing director of the British Equitable Assurance Company and chairman of the House Property & Investment Co. and of the Perpetual Investment Building Society.
He was elected to the common council of the City of London for Vintry ward and served as one the city's representatives on the London School Board from 1870-1873 and from 1876-1882. He was also a freemason and active High Church Anglican.
His brother, Henry Gover, was also a director of the British Equitable Assurance Company and of the school board.
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- Kenneth W Falg jr. Pillars of the Profession: Charles Trenerry, William Sutton Gover, and Frederick Hendriks. Contigencies. American Academy of Actuaries.