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Revision as of 15:50, 27 June 2007

John Evans was an English minister who was imprisoned and beaten for two days in 1657 for refusing to swear. He died in prison on January or March 14, 1664.


John Evans
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Gender: M
Birth date:
Place of birth: Englishbatch, near Bath, England
Death date: 14 January or March 1664
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Nationality: England
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Spouse(s): Katharine
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Sources

  • Besse, 1:151, l94, 597.
  • Bralisford, Quaker women, pp. 206, 210.
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