Charles Edwards

Charles Edwards may refer to:

  • Charles Edwards (writer) (1628?–1691?), Welsh writer and preacher
  • Charles Edwards (MP) (1825–1889), Member of Parliament for Windsor, 1866–1868
  • Charles Edwards (footballer) (1854–1943), Wrexham F.C. and Wales international footballer
  • Charles Edwards (British politician) (1867–1954), British Labour Member of Parliament for Bedwellty, 1918–1950
  • Charles Gordon Edwards (1878–1931), U.S. politician from the state of Georgia
  • Charles Edwards (Rastafarian) (1915–1994), influential leader of the Rastafari movement and head of the Bobo Shanti mansion
  • Charles Edwards (1933–1989), African American blues harmonica player; known as Good Rockin' Charles
  • Charles Uzzell Edwards (born 1968), Welsh graffiti artist
  • Charles Edwards (English actor) (born 1969), credits include Mansfield Park and An Ideal Husband
  • Charlie Edwards, fictional character in British series, Hotel Babylon

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Mansions Of Rastafari - Bobo Shanti
... Prince Emanuel Charles Edwards founded the Bobo Shanti order in Jamaica in 1958 ... It should be noted that Edwards established the Congress prior to Jamaica's independence in 1962 and through it and to today have been agitating for the return of those African son and ... He was called "Prince Emmanuel Charles Edwards by most members of the Bobo Shanti, without Mother or Father, a Priest of Melchezidek, the Black Christ in the Flesh ...
Thomas Charles-Edwards
... Thomas Mowbray Charles-Edwards FRHistS FLSW FBA (born 11 November 1943) is an emeritus academic at Oxford University ... He is a grandson of Thomas Charles Edwards, first Principal of the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth ...
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    I reckon this could mean another 10 million at the box office.
    —Blake Edwards (b. 1922)