|Comptroller-General of the Department of Trade and Customs|
October 1922 – March 1923
|Born||28 January 1861|
|Died||14 March 1923 (aged 62)|
Armadale, Melbourne, Victoria
Percy Whitton ISO (28 January 1861 – 14 March 1923) was a senior Australian public servant. He was Comptroller-General of the Department of Trade and Customs between October 1922 and his death in March 1923.
Life and career
Whitton was born in Hobart, Tasmania on 28 January 1861.
In October 1922 he took up the position of Comptroller-General of Customs.
On 14 March 1923, Whitton suffered a heart attack and died in his sleep at his home on Munro Street, Armadale in Melbourne. 
Whitton was appointed a Companion of the Imperial Service Order in June 1918 whilst Commonwealth Collector of Customs in Victoria.
- Whitton, Percy (1861–1923), Australian National University, archived from the original on 28 March 2015
- "Collector of Customs Mr. Whitton Appointed". Daily Herald. Adelaide, South Australia. 6 June 1910. p. 5.
- "Customs Chief Dead: Mr. Percy Whitton's Passing". The Telegraph. Brisbane, Queensland. 16 March 1923. p. 7.
- "Customs Department: Mr. Whitton's appointment". Kalgoorlie Miner. 13 October 1922. p. 1.
- "Death of Mr. Whitton: Comptroller of Customs". Tweed Daily. 16 March 1923. p. 3.
- "Search Australian Honours, Name: WHITTON, Percy, Award: Imperial Service Order", itsanhonour.gov.au, Australian Government, archived from the original on 16 August 2015
| Comptroller-General of the Department of Trade and Customs
1922 – 1923
Robert McKeeman Oakley