EVANS, LLEWELYN IOAN: Presbyterian; b. at Treuddyn, North Wales, June 27, 1833; d. at Bala (43 m. s.w. of Liverpool), Merioneth, Wales, July 25, 1892. He studied at the Welsh Presbyterian College, Bala (1846-49), and at Racine College, Racine, Wis. (B.S., 1854; .A., 1856), and was graduated at Lane Theological Seminary, Cincinnati, O., in 1860. He was pastor of the Lane Seminary Church, 1860-63, and professor in Lane Seminary until 1892, of church history, 1860-63, of Biblical literature and exegesis 1863-71, of the Old Testament 1871-75, and of the New Testament after 1875. In 1892 he accepted a call to the Welsh Presbyterian College, but died four months afterward. He was a member of the Wisconsin legislature in 1856-57 and corresponding editor of The Christian Central Herald 1863-66. He translated and edited O. Zöckler's commentary on Job (New York, 1874); a posthumous volume of sermons Preaching Christ (1893) has a memoir by his colleague in Lane, H. P. Smith.