Angus Edmund Duford - Born October 18, 1891 in Hawthorne, Ontario – Died May 21, 1950 in Ottawa, Ontario was a Canadian professional ice Hockey player.
Duford played at the center forward position and represented the Ottawa Senators in the National Hockey Association in 1913–1916. Over three seasons in the NHA Duford scored 13 goals in 45 games.
Duford fought with the Canadian military in World War I and was dangerously injured by an exploding shell in Somme, France, in 1917. It left his right side paralyzed and disabled his speech, and he never played Hockey again.