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Edward Terrell

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Edward Terrell (1902–1979) was a British Liberal politician, a successful barrister and magistrate with a flair for invention; by 1940 he had registered a number of patents relating to pens, ink bottles and peeling knives. When war came, he volunteered for the Royal Navy Volunteer Reserve (RNVR) and was commissioned as a lieutenant in the Special Branch of the Volunteer Reserve to run an information section. Early life He was the son of Thomas Terrell , who was a Liberal Member of Parliament. He graduated at London University and was called to the Bar by Gray's Inn in 1924. He first stood for Parliament at the 1929 General Election, when he was Liberal candidate for Watford. He came second, ahead of the Labour candidate. He did not contest the 1931 General Election but stood as Liberal candidate for Lambeth North at the 1935 General Election when he again finished second. From 1935 he was Recorder of Newbury. While still a civilian Terrell had outlined a scheme to the Adm
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