|From History of Dane County, Wisconsin, publ. by Western
Historical Company, Chicago, 1880, page 984
THEODORE W. EVANS, M.D., was born near Easton, Monroe Co., Penn., Jan. 23, 1844; son of Abraham and Rebecca EVANS, who came to Dunkirk, Dane Co., Wis., in May 1852; both living where they first located; they emigrated from Pennsylvania to Wisconsin with a team. Theodore was educated at Albion Academy, where he spent four years; entered Michigan University in the winter of 1868-69; read medicine with Dr. Henry PALMER, of Janesville, about five years; graduated from Detroit Medical College in June 1871; after graduating he located at Monroe, Green Co., Wis.; was there three months; then removed to Stoughton, where he was engaged in practice until November 1878; since then in Madison; is the City Physician, and has held the position since July 1879. The Doctor was married in the city of Madison, June 4, 1872, to Louisa J. ALDEN; she was born in Janesville. Dr. EVANS is a member of the A.F. & A.M., and I.O.O.F. Temple of Honor; member of the State and County Medical associations, etc.
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