Edward Darell (1728–1814) was an English merchant and Governor of the Bank of England from 1787 to 1789.
He was the son of Robert Darell of Richmond, and his wife Mary Porten, daughter of James Porten, and sister of Judith Porten who was Gibbon's mother. He had a younger brother Robert, born in 1734. He was a first cousin of Edward Gibbonwho made Darell one of his three executors in his will of 1791.
Darell's London address was New Street, Hanover Square in 1803. His brother Robert, of Sackville Street, had died in 1801, and had served as deputy governor of the South Sea Company. They had been in business together at 4 Union Court, Old Broad Street.
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- s:Porten, Stanier (DNB00)
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- The Autobiography and Correspondence of E. G. ... Reprint of the Original Edition. [Edited by A. Murray.]. 1869. p. 176.
- Kent's Directory. H. Kent. 1803. p. 230.
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