Edward Wakefield (disambiguation)

Edward Wakefield may refer to:

* Edward Birkbeck Wakefield, 1903–1969, British civil servant and Conservative Member of Parliament
* Edward Gibbon Wakefield, 1796–1862, an influential force in the colonization of South Australia, Canada, and New Zealand
* Edward Jerningham Wakefield, 1820–1879, son of Edward Gibbon Wakefield, New Zealand politician and author of "Adventures in New Zealand"
* Edward Wakefield (politician), 1845–1924, son of Felix Wakefield, New Zealand politician and journalist


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