EVANS, Mary Binns, 1796-1852

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Mary Binns Evans (May 3, 1796 - August 17, 1852) was a Welsh Friend and meeting elder from Neath in the traditional county of Glamorgan.


Mary Binns Evans
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Gender: F
Birth date: 3 May 1796
Place of birth: Neath, Glamorgan County, Wales
Death date: 17 August 1852
Place of death: Neath, Glamorgan County, Wales
Nationality: Wales
Meeting:
Branch:
Disowned date:
Spouse(s): William Evans (m. 1828)
Children:

Biography

Mary Binns Rees, the daughter of Evan (1745-1816) and his wife Elizabeth (born Williams, 1753-1836) Rees of Neath in the county of Glamorgan was born there May 3, 1796(1). She was married in 1828 to William Evans, a grocer of Birmingham and there were three children(2). She was an elder of her meeting(3). Mary Binns Evans died at Neath on August 17, 1852, at the age of fifty six.

References and notes

  • (1) Hereford, Worcester & Wales GM Births Digest: her father is described as an ironmonger
  • (2) For marriage and children see EVANS, William. (1798-1839)
  • (3) Annual Monitor 1853, p 114: 3 line entry for death
  • (4) Digest of Deaths: she is described as the widow of William


N.B. There is no reference to her in J Friends Hist Soc vols 1-53

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