Edward Beveridge Binnie (1884 in Stanley, Falkland Islands — 1956 in Sandefjord, Norway) was the second resident magistrate of South Georgia, serving from October 1914 to April 1927, during which time he resided at King Edward Point.
In 1923, Binnie vacationed in Norway, where he met and married Margrethe Larsen; she came with him to the sub-Antarctic territories, but became homesick, and in 1927 he resigned his post so that they could move back to Norway.
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