Brigadier Andrew Terence Juxon-Smith (30 November 1931 – 1996) was a politician and military officer in Sierra Leone. He was briefly (27 March 1967 to 18 April 1968) Chairman of the National Reformation Council and acting Governor-General, equivalent to head of the Sierra Leonean state. He was additionally Minister of Finance of Sierra Leone. He and the Council were overthrown in April 1968 by a group of low-level military officials led by John Amadu Bangura that restored Sierra Leone to rule by parliament under Siaka Stevens. He was a member of the Creole people, though he also had Sherbro and Mende ancestry. He later moved to the United States and died in Stapleton, New York.
|Governor-General of Sierra Leone|
28 March 1967 – 18 April 1968
|Preceded by||Henry Josiah Lightfoot Boston|
|Succeeded by||John Amadu Bangura|
Andrew Terence Juxon-Smith
November 31, 1931
Freetown, Sierra Leone
Stapleton, New York, U.S.
|Alma mater||Royal Military Academy Sandhurst|
Juxon-Smith's life is the subject of the short documentary 'A Forgotten Past', directed by Andreas Hadjipateras in 2018.
Henry Josiah Lightfoot Boston
| Governor-General of Sierra Leone
John Amadu Bangura (acting)