Evan Davies (Ebbw Vale MP)
Born in Beaufort, Davies began working as a coal miner when he was twelve years old. He became active in the Ebbw Vale and Sirhowy Colliery Workmen's Association, then later became full-time agent for its successor, the Ebbw Vale District of the South Wales Miners' Federation.
Davies was a supporter of the Labour Party, for which he was returned unopposed at the 1920 Ebbw Vale by-election. He held the seat until 1929, when he stood down, and was succeeded by Aneurin Bevan.
- Hansard 1803–2005: contributions in Parliament by Evan Davies
|Parliament of the United Kingdom|
| Member of Parliament for Ebbw Vale
1920 – 1929
|Trade union offices|
| Agent for the Ebbw Vale District of the South Wales Miners' Federation
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