Edwin Nash FRIBA (1814 – 1884) was an English Victorian ecclesiastical architect active in mid-nineteenth-century Kent, England. Most of his commissions were churches. He worked with architect John Nash Round) on St. John the Evangelist, Penge (1850). Thereafter he worked alone. He proposed Joseph Fogerty to be a Fellow of the Royal Institute of British Architects.
- St. John the Evangelist, Penge (1850, with J. N. Round). Nash added the gabled aisles in 1861, and the transepts in 1866.
- All Souls’ Church, Crockenhill, Kent (1851) .
- Restoration (1857) of St. Martin of Tours, Chelsfield, Kent, which “replaced the chancel arch, and rebuilt the northeast annexe as a vestry.”
- Rebuilding of St. James’s Church, North Cray, Kent, nave (1850–1852), northwest tower (1857), and chancel (1871).
- Restoration (1861–1863) of St. Mary’s Church, St. Mary Cray, Kent, which was further restored 1876 and 1895.
- St. John's Cottages, Penge, Kent, on Maple Road, built 1863 as almshouses. As with their predecessors, the cottages are now privately owned homes. On New Years Day 1959 No.8 was destroyed by a gas explosion killing one person. The cottage was rebuilt to closely resemble the original.
- Antonia Brodie. Directory of British Architects 1834-1914: L-Z (Continuum, 2001) p241.
- John Newman. West Kent and the Weald. The “Buildings of England” Series, First Edition, Sir Nikolaus Pevsner and Judy Nairn, eds. (London: Penguin, 1969), p.433.
- Newman, p.241.
- Newman, p.201.
- Newman, p.418.
- Newman, p.482.
- Housewife dies in Maple Road blast, 'Beckenham and Penge Advertiser', 8th January 1959, p1.