Edward Barnaby Gudgeon (11 June 1821 - 17 October 1890) was a bank official and businessman.

The youngest son of Robert Gudgeon of Winchester, Hampshire, he moved to London, where he became a cashier at the Bank of England. He settled in the Camberwell area of south London. He was appointed the Liberian Consul-General in London.

In 1882 he was elected to the London School Board as one of the representatives for the Lambeth Division, which included Camberwell. He served a single three-year term.

He died in Camberwell aged 70.

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