Reginald Evans-Vaughan (1892-1967)

Reginald Wynne Evans-Vaughan was born in Chicago, USA on 11 October 1892 to Arthur Wynne Evans-Vaughan (an Englishman) and Harriet Eloise More of Milwaukee. When Evans-Vaughan was a child the family emigrated to England, initially living in Totnes in Devon and then settling in Bexhill, East Sussex.

He was articled to Ralph Gaby from 1910 and enlisted in the Royal Sussex Regiment in 1914. He served in France in 1915, Egypt in 1916 and subsequently the whole of the Palestine Campaign. He was wounded at ‘The Keep’, la Boiselle on 24 July 1916.

Between 1920 and 1927 he ran his own Bexhill practice before joining Allen Hardwicke as a partner at Gaby Hardwicke (which was accordingly retitled Gaby, Hardwicke & Evans-Vaughan) upon Ralph Gaby’s death. He left the partnership in 1940 and then practised at 24 Warwick Row, Coventry for a year. There is no record of him practising as a solicitor beyond 1941.

He died in Portsmouth, Hampshire in 1967, aged 74. 

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