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'''Thomas Evans''' (d. 1758) was a minister from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and spent a large part of the summer of 1758 in the neighbourhood of Egg Harbor (Tuckerton), New Jersey, in an effort to revive the meetings there. He died in the latter part of the same year.
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'''Thomas Evans''' (d. 1758) was a minister from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and spent a large part of the summer of 1758 in the neighbourhood of Egg Harbor (Tuckerton), New Jersey, in an effort to revive the meetings there. He died in the latter part of the same year.
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* '''Name:''' Thomas Evans<br/ >
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* '''Death date:''' 1758<br/ >
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* '''Place of death:''' Egg Harbor, New Jersey<br/ >
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==Sources==
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* Note in "The Journal of John Woolman," 1922, p.586
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* Note in [http://tripod.brynmawr.edu/record=b1456168| "The Journal of John Woolman," 1922, p.586]
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Thomas Evans (d. 1758) was a minister from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and spent a large part of the summer of 1758 in the neighbourhood of Egg Harbor (Tuckerton), New Jersey, in an effort to revive the meetings there. He died in the latter part of the same year.

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