Craig, Edward an English divine, graduated at St. Edmund's Hall, Oxford, and was curate at Glentworth and Saxvy; successively at Watton and Clapham; St. James's, Edinburgh; Staines, Burton-Latimer, and, lastly, perpetual curate of St. James's, Pentonville: in all which places he was eminently useful. He died in 1850. Among his writings are, Patriarchal Piety (1826): — Sermons (1828). See (Lond.) Christian Guardian, April 1850, page 199; Allibone, Diet. of Brit. and Amer. Authors, s.v.