Daniel Evans (bishop)

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Daniel Ivor Evans CBE (5 July 1900 – 30 July 1962)[1] was an Anglican bishop in South America in the mid 20th century.

Educated at St David’s College, Lampeter, Evans served in the RNVR during World War I and was ordained in 1924.[2] He began his career with Curacies at St John’s, Swansea and St Martin’s, Roath. After this he was Assistant Chaplain at St John’s, Buenos Aires and then Chaplain at Christ Church, Rio de Janeiro before being created an Assistant Bishop in The Diocese of Argentina and Eastern South America, with the Falkland Islands in 1939.[3] In 1946 he became its diocesan bishop[4] and died in post.


  1. ^ Rt. Rev. D. I. Evans The Times (London, England), Wednesday, 1 Aug 1962; pg. 14; Issue 55458
  2. ^ Crockford's Clerical Directory London, OUP, 1948
  3. ^ Consecration Of Two Bishops The Times (London, England), Saturday, 25 Feb 1939; pg. 9; Issue 48239
  4. ^ EVANS, Rt Rev. Daniel Ivor’, Who Was Who, A & C Black, 1920–2008; online edn, Oxford University Press, Dec 2007 accessed 26 May 2012