John Bevan (New Zealand politician)
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Bevan was born in Jersey on the Channel Islands in 1837 into a Welsh family. He received his education at Jersey Grammar School and emigrated to Victoria in Australia in 1857 before moving to Hokitika in New Zealand in circa 1865. He entered a partnership with Michael Pollock and they traded under the banner of Pollock and Bevan in Hokitika's Revell Street.
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