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Name: DAVIES-EVANS, Alan Gerwyn Seymour

Nee: bro of Herbert Davies-Evans

Birth Date: 15 Sep 1875 Brighton

Death Date: 10 Oct 1941 Isle of Wight

First Date: 1922

Profession: Coffee planter

Area: Nyeri, 1914 Chania Bridge

Married: In Durban 31 July 1905 Catherine Frances Harris b. 14 Aug 1882 Llandilo, d. 15 Nov 1963 Isle of Wight

Children: Lilian Geraldine Emily (Haworth) (18 Nov 1906 Aberystwyth-1979 Isle of Wight); Mary Pamela Hallyburton (13 Aug 1913 Nairobi-1967); Maud (18 Nov 1909)

Book Reference: Red 25, Red 31, Hut, EAMR, Land, Red 22, Nicholls, Leader14, Red Book 1912, Red 19, KAD

War Service: WW1 with EAMR A Sqdn. 2/9/14 - 27/4/15 - L/Cpl. 2/9/14; Cpl. 26/9/14

General Information:

Land - P.G. Dickinson leased 5566 acres at West Kenya, passed to A.G. Davies-Evans
Red 22 - Evans Davis - Nyeri
Nicholls - WW1 recruitment - Single, breech-loading rifles were laid out on a table in Nairobi House until Davies Evans, a veteran of the Boer War, insisted on having modern magazine rifles, some of which were hastily procured.
Barnes - EAMR has Alan Davis Davis-Evans, Corporal, No. 14
Red Book 1912 - Committee Member - Ruiru Farmers' Association - Davis Evans [sic]
Red Book 1919 - District Committees - Kyambu - A. Davies Evans
Hut has A. Davis-Evans 1920 Amboni, Nyeri
Red Book 1912 - A.D. Evans - Kyambu
Hut has A.D. Evans 1919 Kiambu
1939 England and Wales Register living with wife and daus in Newport, I of Wight
He was a mine manager in Durban at the time of his marriage.

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