Hi Chris, yeah, I mentioned him to Rob before I knew that the Morgan Evans he had found was a surgeon. I was interested in the Morgan Davies Evans chemist in the West end too before Rob sent me the full details of age and occupation.
BTW re the medical student lodger at Turner St, there are 2 Francis Jackson's in the 1913 medical register, one Francis Seymour and one Francis william, I see Francis as well.
The London Hospital entry showed Morgan Evans aged 27, so he would have been born in 1861 or thereabouts. Going back to the previous census (when Evans would presumably still be in training) I could find no man of this name in the England census of appropriate age who had a medical connection.
However, his name suggests strongly a Welsh origin so I searched the 1881 Welsh census for a Morgan Evans born 1861 (+ or - 1 year) and there were 9 results. 8 of these were manual labourers (blacksmith, colliers etc.) but the one below caught my eye:
Faldy, Llandegley, Radnorshire
Head: John Samuel M Evans aged 62 born Tregaron - Surgeon and farmer of 75 acres
Wife: Caroline Evans aged 58 born Llanfihangel
Children: Elizabeth C Jackson (Married) aged 29
Richard T Evans aged 23 - Farmer's son John Morgan Evans aged 19 - Medical Student
Hannah Ellen Evans aged 17
All born in Llanfihangel
John Martin M Evans aged 7 born Llandegley
Blanche E Jackson aged 2 born Liverpool
The fact that the married daughter's name is Jackson, the same as the family at 89 Turner Street where Morgan Evans lodged, may be significant.
Here is the family in 1891:
Falday, Llandegley, radnor
Head: John S M Evans aged 79 born Llangeitho - Physician and Surgeon registered
Wife: Caroline Evans aged 68 born Llanvihangel
John M Evans aged 29 (Unmarried) - General practitioner (Registered)
Hannah E Evans aged 27
Blanche E Jackson aged 12
Katherine A Jackson aged 11
Melrose, High Street, Cefnllys, Radnor
Head: John M Evans aged 39 (Unmarried) born Llandegley - Physician
Mary E Bennett aged 27 born Welshpool
Herbert J Smith aged 20 born Montgomery - Coachman