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Evans family file

[Willard Library, Evansville, Indiana]
Manuscript/Typescript Photocopy on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1987
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm of typescript and ms. collection (photocopy, [17] leaves) at the Willard Library, Evansville, Indiana.

Contents: General Robert M. Evans -- Letter, 1918 Jan. 2, Oakland City, Indiana, to I.E. Inglehart / W. M. Cockrum -- Letter, 1918 Jan. 3, [Evansville, Indiana], to Col. W. M. Cockrum / [I.E. Iglehart] -- Vanderburgh Court of Common Pleas and Vanderburgh Probate court [exceprts, re: estate of Robert M. Evans], 1842-1892 -- Family group sheets: John C. Evans (1800-1863), Thomas Evans (d. 1829), and Robert Evans (d. ca. 1801) / Dorothy McMachin.

General Robert M. Evans was born in Fredrick County, Virginia, in 1783. He moved with his parents to Kentucky as a child and to Tennessee in 1790. He married Jane Trimble of Kentucky in 1803. They moved to Gibson County, Indiana, in 1807, and later moved to Evansville, Indiana. In his will, probated in 1842, he divided his property between the children of Camilles C. Evans and the children of Julienne Stephens.

Robert Evans and his wife, Mary Hoge, had eight children. He died ca. 1801 in Tazewell County, Virginia. His grandson, John C. Evans, was born in Kentucky in 1800, the son of Thomas and Ann Crow Evans. He married Mary Ann Duffield, daughter of William and Mary Johnson Duffield, in Indiana in 1824. They had ten children, 1824-1847, born in Indiana, Illinois, and Iowa. He died in 1863 in Monroe County, Iowa.

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