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Edward Terry 1840-1907
Mayor of Ryde

 

Edward Terry, famous London actor was born in 1844 and died in 1912. He made his stage debut in 1863 and from 1868 until 1875 was the principal comedian at The Strand Theatre. From 1875 until 1885 he played in various burlesques at the Old Gaiety Theatre and in 1888 produced at the Edward Terry theatre Pinero's sentimental comedy 'Sweet Lavender', which allowed him with his most famous part, 'Dick Phenyl'.

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Check out this fellow - the Right Reverend Edward Terry -

He served as chaplain to the Right Honourable Sir Thomas Row, Lord Ambassador to the Great Mongul.  He was later rector of Church at Greenford in Middlesex.

He wrote a manuscript of his journey in 1622 to India which can be found here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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