Full name Herbert Ivor Powell Edwards
Born March 12, 1884, Westminster, London
Died September 24, 1946, Cowes, Isle of Wight (aged 62 years 196 days)
Major teams Sussex
Also known as Herbert Ivor Powell-Edwards
Batting style Right-hand bat
Education Winchester School; Oriel College, Oxford
|First-class span||1908 - 1908|
Herbert Edwards was educated at Winchester where he failed to make the XI but that did not prevent him making one appearance for Sussex against Kent in the 1908 Canterbury Week. He served in the army for more than two decades, winning the DSO while serving at Gallipoli. He attained the rank of colonel in the territorial army.
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