Person    | Male  Born 28/7/1854  Died 1/10/1929

Evan Evans Bevan

Categories: Industry

Countries: Wales

Evan Evans Bevan

Mine-owner in Dulais Valley, Wales, near Neath. Named his mine after his seven sisters. High Sheriff of Breconshire 1913. Father of David, who hyphenated his surname thus making it different from his father's. Died in Cadoxton House, St Cadwas.

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Evan Evans Bevan

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Evan Evans Bevan

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