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Evans Genealogy & History

Evans is a Welsh patronymic surname, meaning "son of Evan", the Welsh version of John, though it was more commonly taken as part of a conversion to Christianity indicating religious kinship to John the Baptist than as a sign of having a father named Evan or John. Evans family history starts with John Yevans, recorded in Monmathshire in 1533, though the family tree extends beyond that. A few famous members of Evans genealogy are Confederate Generals Clement Evans and Nathan Evans (no immediate relation), English novelist Mary Anne Evans, and British biological Nobel laureate Martin Evans.

Evans Birth Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
A David Evans-- --, 1923June 1,1989CA
B Joan Evans-- --, 1927July 4,2004IN
C Amelia Evans-- --, 1935August 5,2003MI
David Evans-- --, 1924October 1,1988AK

Evans Death Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
E Brooke Evans-- --, 1922January 10,2000Pottstown,PA
F Cleon Evans-- --, 1920February 20,2000Dublin,GA
Gloria Evans-- --, 1942October 1,1993Alexandria,VA
H Allen Evans-- --, 1932August 13,2009Longmont,CO

Evans Marriage Records

NameSpouseMarriage DateLocation
Alphonso EvansLouisa SmithOctober 7,1935Wake, NC
Bruce EvansHaywood WalkerOctober 6,1937Wake, NC
Dwight EvansIrene PughJuly 14,1945Wake, NC
John EvansLula RoweJune 13,1931Wake, NC

Most Common Surnames After Evans

39th: Carter40th: Murphy
41st: Parker42nd: Turner
43rd: Peterson44th: Morris
45th: Cook46th: Stewart
47th: Collins48th: Rogers

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