Edward Wallis (c. 1787 - 1868) was a British publisher, mapmaker, and game manufacturer. The son of publisher John Wallis (1745 - 1818), Wallis joined his father's business in 1813, operating as Wallis and Son or John and Edward Wallis. Wallis and his brother John divided their father's business after his death in 1818. Edward continued creating, publishing, and selling maps, games, and other printed material until he retired in 1847 when he sold his business to John Passmore. His brother John Wallis Jr. only worked in the publishing trade in a separate business for a few years before moving to Sidmouth, where he opened a circulating library and reading room called the Marine Library. He also published lithographs and aquatints.