George Edwards may refer to: George Edwards (actor) (1886-1953), Australian actor, George Edwards (American football) (born 1967), American football coach, George Edwards (Australian Lieutenant) (1795-?), lieutenant assigned to the Brisbane Convict settlement in the 1830s, George Edwards (Australian politician) (1855-1911), member of the Australian House of Representatives, Sir George Edwards (aviation) (1908-2003), British aviation designer and industrialist, Sir George Edwards (British politician) (1850-1933), English trade unionist and Labour MP for South Norfolk 1920-1922 and 1923-1924, George Edwards (basketball), college men's basketball coach, golf coach, and athletics administrator, George Edwards (cricketer) (born 1992), English cricketer with Surrey County Cricket Club, George Edwards (footballer born 1918) (1918-1993), English striker for Aston Villa, George Edwards (marching band director) (1948-2009), George Edwards (naturalist) (1694-1773), English naturalist and ornithologist, George Edwards (Welsh footballer) (1920-2008), former Welsh international footballer, George Edwards (writer) (1752-1823), physician and writer, George Edwards, born Ethan Kenning, American singer with late 1960s psychedelic rock band H. P. Lovecraft, George C. Edwards (born 1948), member of the Maryland State Senate, George Clifton Edwards, Jr. (1914-1995), U.S. federal judge, George D. Edwards (1890-1974), first president of the American Society for Quality, George E. Edwards (born 1918), head college football coach for the Kentucky State University Thorobreds, George H. Edwards (1860-1941), Mayor of Kansas City, Missouri (1916-1917), George Nelson Edwards (1830-1868), English writer and physician, George R. Edwards, American football and basketball coach, George W. Edwards (born 1939), sixteenth president of the Kansas City Southern Railway, George Wharton Edwards (1859-1950), American impressionist painter and illustrator, George Edwards (around 1820), alleged government spy and agent provocateur in the Cato Street Conspiracy

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