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Division of Evans

</tr></tr></tr></table> The Division of Evans was an Australian Electoral Division in New South Wales. The division was created in 1949 and abolished in 1977. It was named for George Evans, an early explorer. It was located in the inner western suburbs of Sydney, including Ashfield, Croydon and Drummoyne. It was a marginal seat, held by both the Australian Labor Party and the Liberal Party.

Members

Evans
Australian House of Representatives Division</th></tr>
Created</th> 1949
Abolished</th> 1977
Namesake</th> George Evans
Member Party Term
  Frederick Osborne Liberal 1949–1961
  James Monaghan Labor 1961–1963
  Malcolm Mackay Liberal 1963–1972
  Allan Mulder Labor 1972–1975
  John Abel Liberal 1975–1977

Election results