Dr Edmund Henry Hambly (24 March 1914 - 9 March 1985).

Born in Cornwall, the son of Edmund Hambly and his wife Gertrude Mary Hotten and grandson of Henry Albert Hambly and his wife Anne neé Trevan. He qualified as a doctor in 1937, eventually moving to Buckinghamshire in the 1940s.

A member of the London County Council representing Lewisham East 1946-49, and Lewisham South 1949-65. He sat a Labour Party councillor until August 1961 when he resigned from the party, and served the remainder of his term as a member of the Liberal Party.[1][2]


  1. "Labour L.C.C. Councillor Joins Liberals". The Times. 
  2. Letters. Journal Of Liberal History (Summer 2008). Retrieved on 8 March 2012.