Sir David Martyn Evans-Bevan (4 March 1902 – 9 September 1973) was a wealthy industrialist from south Wales. He was the owner of the Vale of Neath Brewery, and purchased Margam Castle from the Talbot family.
David Evans-Bevan inherited the Vale of Neath Brewery from his father, Evan Evans-Bevan. David married Eira Winifred Glanley, daughter of Sidney Archibald Lloyd Glanley, in 1929.
In 1942 he acquired the Margam estate.
David Evans-Bevan bought two Spitfires to help the war effort, and was known for his help towards the council.
In 1967, Sir David sold the brewery to Whitbread, and it finally closed in 1972.
David Evans-Bevan died in September 1973, aged 71, and was succeeded in the baronetcy by his son Martyn. His widow, Eira, died on 24 December 2001.
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- Leigh Rayment's Peerage Pages [self-published source][better source needed]
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