EVANS, Hannah, 1752?-1828

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'''Hannah Evans''' (1752? - February 2, 1828) was an English Friend and minister in Warwickshire County, England.
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'''Hannah Evans''' (1752? - February 2, 1828) was an English Friend and minister in Warwickshire County, England.
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Latest revision as of 19:42, 28 June 2007

Hannah Evans
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Alternative names:
Gender: F
Birth date: about 1752
Place of birth:
Death date: 2 February 1828
Place of death:
Nationality: England
Meeting: Warwick Middle Monthly Meeting
Branch: Pre-separation
Disowned date:
Spouse(s): William Evans
Children: Lamley (1793)

Hannah Evans (1752? - February 2, 1828) was an English Friend and minister in Warwickshire County, England.

Biography

Hannah Evans was born about 1752, and at an early age came to live in Warwick, where she attended Warwick Middle Monthly Meeting. "...her uniform consistency of conduct contributed much to render her Gift in the Ministry, which was but seldom exercised and mostly comprised in a few comprehensive sentences truly acceptable..." Her ministry was mainly confined to her Quarterly Meeting for Warwickshire, Leicestershire, and Rutland.

Sources

  • TCMD vol.5 p.293
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