EVANS, Charles, 1824?-1894

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Charles Evans was born about the year 1824.  He was engaged in business in Huddersfield, but soon transferred to Letterfrack, Ireland, where he worked for many years amongst the poor of the West of Ireland.  In later life he lived with his invalid sister, Eliza, within the compass of North Somerset Monthly Meeting, by which he was recorded a minister.<br>
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Charles Evans was born about the year 1824.  He was engaged in business in Huddersfield, but soon transferred to Letterfrack, Ireland, where he worked for many years amongst the poor of the West of Ireland.  In later life he lived with his invalid sister, [[EVANS, Eliza, 1821-1894|
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Eliza (1821-1894)]], within the compass of North Somerset Monthly Meeting, by which he was recorded a minister.<br>
"His utterances in Meetings for Worship were marked by much earnestness, in which the Lord was exalted, and the Gospel of the grace of God, through a crucified and risen Saviour, clearly and lovingly set forth."<br>
"His utterances in Meetings for Worship were marked by much earnestness, in which the Lord was exalted, and the Gospel of the grace of God, through a crucified and risen Saviour, clearly and lovingly set forth."<br>
Charles Evans died on February 26, 1894.
Charles Evans died on February 26, 1894.

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Charles Evans (1824 - February 26, 1894) was a bussinessman and Quaker minister from Letterfrack, Ireland.

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  • Name: Charles Evans
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  • Gender: M
  • Birth date: about 1824
  • Place of birth:
  • Nationality: Irish
  • Spouse(s):
  • Children:
  • Meeting: North Somerset Monthly Meeting
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  • Disowned date: --
  • Death date: 26 February 1894
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Biography

Charles Evans was born about the year 1824. He was engaged in business in Huddersfield, but soon transferred to Letterfrack, Ireland, where he worked for many years amongst the poor of the West of Ireland. In later life he lived with his invalid sister, Eliza (1821-1894), within the compass of North Somerset Monthly Meeting, by which he was recorded a minister.
"His utterances in Meetings for Worship were marked by much earnestness, in which the Lord was exalted, and the Gospel of the grace of God, through a crucified and risen Saviour, clearly and lovingly set forth."
Charles Evans died on February 26, 1894.

Sources

  • Testimony of North Somerset & Wilts MM in YM Proc. 1895, p.142
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