THEODORE W. EVANS


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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