Ernest Evans (politician)

Ernest Evans (Politician)

Ernest Evans (politician)

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Ernest Evans (1885 – 18 January 1965) was a Liberal Party politician from Wales.

Family and education

Ernest Evans was born at Aberystwyth, the son of Evan Evans, the Clerk to the Cardiganshire County Council and his wife Annie Davies. He was educated at Llandovery College, at the University College of Wales, and at Trinity Hall, Cambridge where he was President of the Union in 1909., 1922, p. 53 He was also active in Cambridge University Liberal Club, serving as its President between 1908 and 1909. In 1925, he married Constance Anne, daughter of Thomas Lloyd, draper, of Hadley Wood. They had three sons.

Career

On leaving university Evans went in for the law. He was called to the Bar in 1910 and he practised both in London and on the South Wales Circuit. He was sometime Chairman of Cardiganshire and Anglesey Quarter Sessions.Who was Who, OUP 2007 During the First World War he served with the Royal Army Service Corps in France from 1915–1918 and was promoted to the rank of Captain.

Politics

From November 1918 until December 1920 Evans served as private secretary to the Prime Minister David Lloyd George. In February...
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