Capt Philip Beynon
(1819-1883)
Emma
(-)
Daniel Thomas Evans
(-)
Mary Beynon
(-)

Edward Evans C.B.E.
(1883-1960)

 

Family Links

Spouses/Children:
Victoria Evelyn Muir

Edward Evans C.B.E.

  • Born: 11 Jan 1883, Manchester, , Lancashire, England, St George
  • Marriage: Victoria Evelyn Muir on 13 Nov 1915 in St Peter Ad Vincula Chapel, Tower Of London
  • Died: 30 Mar 1960, Ruislip, Middlesex, England, United Kingdom, Pinner aged 77

bullet   Another name for Edward was Ned.

picture

bullet  General Notes:

Edward Evans developed the British deaf-blind alphabet.

picture

bullet  Noted events in his life were:

• Place, 1883, Manchester, , Lancashire, England (101 Chapmans Street).

• School: Llanelli Science Schools.

• Hobbies: Captain Llanelli Rugby Club, 1905 abt, Llanelli, Carmarthen, Wales, United Kingdom.

• School: St Pauls College, Cheltenham: Cheltenham, , Gloucestershire, England.

• Education: London University: London, , Greater London, England. teacher training

• Military Service: Royal Artillery, 1915 abt. 42

• Occupation, 1930-1943, Gorleston, , Norfolk, England, The House, East Anglican Schools. Head Master and Superintendent of Blind and Deaf Schools.

• Occupation, 1945-1959, Lowestoft, , Suffolk, England. Member of Parliament (Labour)

• Honours, 1949. C.B.E.

• Place: Pinner, London, UK, 128 Waxwell Lane.


picture

Edward married Victoria Evelyn Muir, daughter of Robert Muir and Mary Gordon, on 13 Nov 1915 in St Peter Ad Vincula Chapel, Tower Of London. (Victoria Evelyn Muir was born on 12 Jan 1887 in Tradeston, Lanark, Scotland, United Kingdom 43 and died in 1953 38,44.)


last updated 06 Apr 2008

Hit Counter


Home | Table of Contents | Surnames | Name List

This Web Site was Created 6 Apr 2008 with Legacy 6.0 from Millennia

www.hansswift.com useful links other pages software

 

 

> Cyndi's Lists

> GenForum

> LDS Family Search

> Ancestry.com surnames

> 1901 UK census

> 1837online

> old UK maps

> UK National Archives

> UK churches (1)

> old London photos

> genealogy printers

 

> Home

> Genealogy

> Family Stories

> Documents

> Contact me

These pages

were

made using

Legacy

software, which

is the one

I prefer.

It has a

free version.