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Death of Dr E. Prichard Evans, Mountain Ash. It is with great regret we announce the death of Dr. Edward Prichard Evans, J.P., which took place at hi& residence, Duffryn Ffrwd, Mountain Ash, at 11 o'clock on Wednesday morn- ing. The deceased gentleman had re- sided at Mountain Ash for 33 years. He was the son of the late Thomas Puchard Evans, and was born at Iroedyrhiw House, Ystrad Mynach, on January 29th, 1854. He was educated at Cowbridge Grammar School, Normal "M College, Swansea, and gained his first jfl practical experience at the famous Mid- W ulesex Hospital, London. His degrees- College, Swansea, and gained his first. College, Swansea, and gained his first jfl practical experience at the famous Mid- W ulesex Hospital, London. His degrees- were M.R.C.S. (England), L.R.C.P. (Edinboro'), and L.S.A. Surgeon. He was made J.P. for Glamorgan County in 1891, and held the position of Medical Officer of Health to the Mountain Ash District Council for manv vears. He was a partner of the late' Dr. E. W. S. Davies, succeeding that gentleman in his practice and also in the position of Medical Officer of Health. He was vurgeon to Messrs. Nixon's Mountain Ash Colliery workmen, and the G.W.R. Prov. Society, and was medical referee to several Insurance Companies. The genial doctor was greatly interested in sport, and was a capital shot. It will undoubtedly be a great surprise to many of the people of Mountain Ash to know that he was for some little time a Lieut. in the now defunct 2nd Glam. Rifle Volunteers. He was a member or the executive of the East GIam. Agricultural Society. The doctor had been confined to the house for about 9 months, and was medically attended by his partner. Dr. Arthur T. Jones. and Dr. Trevor Cory, Aberdare. There are five children surviving him: Mrs Ernest Thomas, Whitchurch, Cardiff; Lieut. T. Windsor Prichard Evans; Miss Kitty Evans, Mr. Austin Prichard Evans, Medical Student, Cardiff, and Mi. Lindsay Prichard Evans, Student ot Mining.

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