intestate and as such entitled to Waiver? in the lands in the bill named. But they have no knowledge of the Conveyance to the Complainant (sic) by said widow of her right of Dower and therefore neither admit or deny that any such assignment was ever made and required proof of the same. These Defendants being of tender years pray the court to protect their interest in this behalf.
And afterwards pat? the Term last aforesaid of said Court came the Complainant (sic) and also came the Defendants by their said Guardian ad litem and the said Complainant exhibited before the Court his proof of said assignment and the Court being satisfied that all of the right of said Widow to Dower in the real Estate of said Nathaniel Rigby decd in the bill named hath been conveyed to the Complainant by Deed duly executed and acknowledged by said widow. It is ordered and decreed by the court that the said Complainant have set off and assigned to him by metes and bounds one equal third part of said lands in the bill named to be held by him as tenant in Dower during the life of the said Jane Rigby Widow of said Intestate in the same manner and by the same tenure as the said Widow Would otherwise be entitled to hold the same were the same assignment to her and upon her petition. It is further decreed by the Court that an order issue to the Sheriff for the assignment of said Dower pursuant to this order and to the statute in relation to Dower. Commanding the Sheriff that by the Oath of three disinterested men of the vicinity who are not of kin to either of the parties interested he cause said Dower to be set off and assigned to the Complainant in manner aforesaid and this cause is continued until the next term for the further order of this court in the premises
And afterwards, to wit, on 23d day of March AD 1833 a writ of Dower issued from said Court directed to the Sheriff of the county aforesaid which is in the words and figures following, to wit,
The State of Ohio, Fairfield County
To the Sheriff of said County, Greeting:
on the petition of Horatio Evans showing to the Court that he was the assignee of Jane Rigby who was the Widow of Nathaniel Rigby decd and entitled to Dower in the real estate of the said Nathaniel decd to wit. in 100 acres of the SW quarter of Section No 7 in Town No 14 in Range No 19 beginning at the South West Corner of said quarter thence No 160 perches thence east so far that a line due South to the South line of said Section. Thence west to the beginning will include 100 acres. It is ordained by the Court that by the Oaths or affirmations of three men of your Bailiwick who are not of kin to either of the partiesPage 270
you set off the said Horatio Evens assignee of the said Jane Rigby the right of Dower of the said Jane
in the lands aforesaid by metes and bounds to be held by him during the natural life of the said Jane, so that he may have no more than one third part thereof having due regard to the quality and quantity of the same and have your proceedings therein before the said Court at the next term thereof.
SEAL Witness the Hon F. Grinke? President of said Court this 23d day of March AD 1823 Hugh Boyle Clk
And afterwards to wit at the May Term AD Eighteen Hundred and thirty three of said Court the Sheriff aforesaid returned into court the writ aforesaid with his return endorsed thereon, with the Report of Freeholder, assigning said Dower which return of the Sheriff is as follows, to wit:
The State of Ohio, Fairfield County
In Obedience to the Command of the foregoing writ I summoned Jacob Walter, Henry Kemp and Jacob Bucher all free holders in the county and caused them to appear on the foregoing described premises on the 28th day of March AD 1833 and then and there administered to them an oath in due form of law well and truly to discharge their duties according to the statues in such cases made and provided and after a careful examination of the said premises they have set off and assigned to Horatio Evans assignee of Jane Rigby widow of Nathaniel Rigby decd the Right of Dower as ordered and made their Report to me under their hands and seal and also a plat of the same is hereunto attached and mad a part of this Return.
Given under my hand and seal this 22d day of March AD 1833.
Nathan Weathersby Shff T.C.?
Sheriff fees Service of writ 35 milage 35 Summoning appr? 100 Return 35 2.03?
The report of the Freeholders is as follows, to wit:
In pursuance of an order from the Court of Common Pleas for Fairfield County on the petition of Horatio Evans vs the heirs of N. Rigby. as assignee of Jane Rigby Widow of said deceased who is entitled to right of Dower He is Expicped? in said order. We the undersigned being summoned by the Sheriff of said County and being by him duly Sworn proceeded to set off to
set off to said Horatio Evans assignee of said Jane Rigby the Right of Dower in one hundred acres of Land. A part of the SW quarter of section No 7 Township No 14 Range No 19 which said One hundred Acres of Land is described as follows beginning at the S.W. Corner of said quarter Sect thence North 160 Perch thence east so far that a line due South
to the South Line of said Section and thence West to the beginning will include 100 acres which said tract of Land we have laid off as said right of Dower is off the North End of Said Original Tract - Containing thirty three acres and three hundredths (sic) of Land and particularly described by course and distance in the Within asculect? plat which is made a part of the report. Which tract of Land so set off is the one third part in quantity and quality of said original tract. which we respectfully submit at B the Fence running east and west near the south boundary of said Dower land to bee moved on said line as a line fence and is a part of our Report.
witness our hands and seals this 28th March AD 1833.
Jacob Waller SEAL
Henry Kemp SEAL
Jacob Bucher SEAL
A part of the S.W. quarter of Sect No. 7 T 14 R 19
Here is a map, showing the Right of Dower Jane Rigby’s 33 33/100 assigned to Horatio Evans
Surveyors office Fairfield County March 28 1833
I do hereby certify the foregoing to be an accurate plat and description of the Right of Dower set off to Horatio Evans as assigned of Jane Rigby widow of Nathaniel Rigby decd being 33 33/100 Acres off the North end of an Hundred Acre Tract Surveyed under the Direction of Henry Kemp, Bucher & Jacob Watters
Attest Jonathan Flattery C.S.?
And the Court at their last aforesaid after examining said report of said freeholders and the plat of Survey find the same correct approved of and confirm the same and order and direct that said Horatio Evans be endowed of said dower so as aforesaid set off and assigned during the natural life
of said Jane Rigby Widow as aforesaid and that the plat so be recorded at large.
Evans in Fairfield County, Ohio. Amos Evans
19 Feb 1818: married by Andrew Wick____ JP, Kitty Collins.
1820: census - p88 Greenfield Township, Fairfield County, Ohio: 1 male under 10; 1 male 26-45; 1 female under 10; 1 female 16-26; 1 in agriculture.
10 Feb 27 June 1836: estate Number 1643 Fairfield County, Ohio.
Accepts Jacob Mathias for wife Nancy Jane was Evans.
Isaac $10.00 my share.
James $10.00 my share.
William $9.92 my share.
John $10.00 my share.
Widow Jane Evans $5 maintenance for 1 year 22 May 1837.
Widow Jane Dagon? $5 maintenance for 1 year - 6 Jan 1838.
10 Sept 1858: Jane Dagon, widow of Amos Evans.
10 Feb 1856: married Fairfield County, Ohio by Aaron Fenstermaker, JP, Rachel M. Miller. igi
1830: census Pleasant Township, Fairfield County, Ohio - 2 males 5-10 (1820-1825); 1 male 15-20 (1820-1815); 1 male 20-30 (1800-1810); 1 male 40-50 (1770-1780); 1 female under 5 (1825-1830; 2 females 15-20 (1810-1815); 1 female 30-40 (1790-1800); 1 female 50-60 (1770-1780).
7 Jan 1830: married by John Stevens JP, Anne Long, both of this county. Fairfield County, Ohio Marriage Bk3 p165.
25 June 1805: married Fairfield County, Ohio, Kitty Harrison. igi
18 Nov 1811: married Fairfield County, Ohio, Elenor Croney. igi
13 Sept 1839: married Fairfield County, Ohio, Adam Berry. igi
+17 Sept 1839: married #1331 Fairfield County, Ohio, Sarah Failer.
+18 Dec 1805: deed from William and Jane McColuney of Brook County, Virginia to George Evans of Green County, Pennsylvania for $1100 1100A on the waters of Onel Creek in Ohio beginning at the SE corner of the 2nd ¼ of T6 R12 United States Military Land...Fairfield County, Ohio Deed Book E p41.
1830: census - Madison Township, Fairfield County, Ohio: 1 male 5-10; 1 male 10-15; 1 male 40-50; 2 females 10-15; 1 female 15-20; 1 female 40-50; 1 female 50-60.
+11 July 1848: married #4061 Fairfield County, Ohio Abigail Weeks.
+9 Feb 1836: married by J. W. Eastman, Juliett Morris. Fairfield County, Ohio Marriage License #2591.
2 Jan/12 Feb 1812: Isaac and Jane Morton married Fairfield County, Ohio by John Wallace JP.
+Dec Term 1812: Know all men by these Presents that We Isaac Evans, Samuel Swearingen and Richard Douglas, all of Ross County and State of Ohio are held firmly bond unto John M. Landburgh, Treasurer for the County of Ross and his Successors in office in the sum of Five Hundred Dollars, lawful money of the United States of America to be paid to the said Treasurer or his successors in Office. For which Payment well and truly to be made and done we bind Ourselves, Our Heirs, Executors and administrators firmly by these Presents signed with our Seals and dated this ____ day of ____.
Whereas the Court of Court of Common Pleas for Ross County aforesaid have this day an application of Horatio Evans, a minor child about the age of fourteen years, and he having chosen the aforesaid Isaac Evans his Guardian and likewise having appointed the Said Isaac Evans Guardian to Magmus Barnhouse and Augustus Barnhouse Minors under the age of fourteen years and Ordered him to be enter as such.
Now the Condition of the above obligation is such that if the said Isaac Evans shall discharge with fidelity the trust reposed in him by Tendering an accurate statement of all his transactions with a just and true account of the profits arising and deliver up the same to the court, at such time as they require, then this Obligation shall be void. Otherwise to be and remain in full form and effect in Law. In Presence of Jno. M. Langham Isaac Evans, Samuel Swearingen, N. Douglas.
[Our Horatio was seventeen rather than fourteen; he also had served in the War of 1812, but at either seventeen or fourteen he was a minor in the eyes of the law.]
+21 Jan 1817: deed from Isaac and Jane M. Evans of Ross County, Ohio to James Scott of Fairfield County, for $1057.50 105 3/4A - part of SW¼ S34 T14 R20. Fairfield County, Ohio Deed Book L p218.
+28 Jan 1817: deed from Isaac and Jane Evans of Ross County, Ohio to William Ewing of Fairfield County, Ohio for $120 61½A. Fairfield County, Ohio Deed Book L p359.
+2 Oct 1842: married #2332 Fairfield County, Ohio, Mary _oauck.
James B. Evans
13 Mar 1831: married Fairfield County, Ohio, Nancy Hathaway. igi
James H. Evans
+29 Aug 1847: married #3820 Fairfield County, Ohio, Eliza Rugh.
3 Dec 1837: married Fairfield County, Ohio, John Slagon. igi
9 May 1861: married by John Stukey, JP, Lydia V. Tipple. Fairfield County, Ohio Marriage Book 2 p251.
Job S. Evans
+28 Mar 1850: married Lancaster, Fairfield County, Ohio by Rev. Southerland, Amanda Deuten (____-5 May 1896).
14 Feb 1852: daughter Clara born.
23 Jan 1855: child Lockey born.
23 Jan 1855: son Charles born.
2 Mar 1857: son Edward born.
17 Feb 1860: son Newton born.
30 Jan 1862: daughter Amelia born.
1 Nov 1866: son William born.
25 Feb 1868: daughter Alice born.
1897: lived Millersport, Fairfield County, Ohio, age 75.
1899: lived 49 North 17th St. Columbus, Franklin County, Ohoi.
Served as private, C. Company, 46th Regt., Ohio Volunteers.
1850: census p673 #33 #36 Fairfield County, Ohio - Joel Evans 26, blacksmith, born Ohio.
Amanda 19 born Virginia.
Nubling, Henry 22 and Miller, Barney 30 both blacksmiths.
+8 Jan 1807: deed from Lucas and Sally Sullivant of Franklin County, Ohio to John Evans of Fairfield County, Ohio for $600 400A S1 T4 R12 for which Sullivant had a US patent. A witness was Washington Evans. Fairfield County, Ohio Deed Book F p56, Correction Bk F p421.
John Evans (1850 census Hocking Township, Fairfield County, Ohio igi)
ca 1829: son James born; 3 Feb 1853: married Fairfield County, Ohio, Christina Ebright. igi
ca 1830: daughter Mary A. born.
ca 1831: daughter Julia A. born; married Fairfield County, Oho 16 Mar 1854 Jacob D. Williams. igi
ca 1835: daughter Sarah J. born; married Fairfield County, Ohio 8 Jan 1854, Marcus Gully. igi
ca 1837: son George W. born.
ca 1841: son Joseph J. born; married Fairfield County, Ohio 9 May 1861, Mary E. Spangler. igi
ca 1843: daughter Emily born.
ca 1845: son John born.
20 Mar 1845: married #3133 Fairfield County, Ohio, Nancy Highland.
27 Dec 1853: married Fairfield County, Ohio, Hannah Morrel. igi.
John B. Evans son of Mary 1738-1812, buried Springbank, Union Township, Fairfield County, Ohio.
11 May 1766: born Maryland.
no date: married Miranda G. _______ (22 Jan 1781 Frederick County, Maryland-21 Feb 1817, buried Springbank, Union Township, Fairfield County, Ohio).
27 Dec 1841: died, buried Springbank, Union Township, Fairfield County, Ohio.
Jonathan Evans died 1 may 1843, 79y 6m 19d, buried Bacher cemetery, 1 mile west of Dumontville, Greenfield Township, Fairfield County, Ohio.
1830: census Pleasant Township, Fairfield County, Ohio - 1 male 10-15 (1815-1820); 2 males 15-20 (1810-1815); 1 male 20-30 (1800-1810); 1 female uder 5 (1825-1830); 2 females 5-10 (1820-1825); 1 female15-20 (1810-1815); 1 female 40-50 (1780-1790).
Mary Ann Evans
23 Mary 1835: married Fairfield County, Ohio, Isaac Earhart. igi
30 Mar 1830: married Fairfield County, Ohio, Nancy Tallman. igi
4 Feb 1806: deed of gift from Rhoday Evins of Licking Township, to her three youngest children: James, Lewis and Massey Evins - goods and chattels. Fairfield County, Ohio Deed Book E p261.
+14 Sept 1816: deed from Nathaniel and Rachel Clarke to Robert Evans, all of Fairfield County for $200 a lot in the town of Royalton, Fairfield County. Fairfield County, Ohio Deed Book L p216.
+24 Mar 1817: deed form Silas and Mary Allen to Robert Evans, all of Fairfield County, for $35 lot #37 in town of Roilton. Fairfield County, Ohio Deed Bk L p418.
+3 April 1818: deed from Robert and Sarah Evans to Amelia Lotspeich, all of Fairfield County, Ohio for $250 lot #18 in town of Royalton. Fairfield County, Ohio Deed Bk M p75.
22 July 1820: deed from Robert and Sarah Evans of Pickaway County, Ohio to George H. Busby of Fairfield County, Ohio for $500 Lot #37 in Royalton. Fairfield County, Ohio Deed Bk N p78.
30 Mar 1829: married by Robert Young JP, Delina Clainine. Fairfield County, Ohio Marriage Bk3 p162.
18 Sept 1806: married Fairfield County, Ohio, Thomas B. Gray. igi
ca 1811: born Ohio.
+5 Nov 1835: married #153 Fairfield County, Ohio, Mary A. Pepples (ca 1818 Ohio-____).
ca 1838: son William born.
ca 1841: son Louis born.
ca 1841: daughter Lois born Berne Township, Fairfield County, Ohio. igi
ca 1843: son Jonas born Berne Township, Fairfield County, Ohio 1 Jan 1863: married Fairfield County, Ohio, Catharine Moore. igi
ca 1843: son Jonas born.
ca 1845: daughter Sarah A. born Ohio.
ca 1846: daughter Manerva born Berne Township, Fairfield County, Ohio. igi
ca 1848: son Noah born.
1850: census - #187 #202 blacksmith, Bern Township, Fairfield County, Ohio.
William Evans (son of Solomon and Mary A. (Pepples) Evans)
ca 1838: born Ohio.
Louis Evans (son of Solomon and Mary A. (Pepples) Evans)
ca 1841: born Ohio.
Jonas Evans (son of Solomon and Mary A. (Pepples) Evans)
ca 1843: born Ohio.
Noah Evans (son of Solomon and Mary A. (Pepples) Evans)
ca 1848: born Ohio.
Thomas W. Evans
ca 1810: born Virginia, physician.
ca 1838: son Eli born Ohio.
ca 1840: child J. J. born Ohio.
ca 1842: child P. B. born Ohio.
11 July 1848: m/2 #4062 Fairfield County, Ohio, Elizabeth Rodahaffer (ca 1812 Virginia-____).
+28 Sept 1848: deed from Thomas W. Evans to John Rodehafer and Christian Funk all of Fairfield County, Ohio for $1000 lot #8 in the plat of partition of Rodehafer, etc. Fairfield County, Ohio Deed Bk 15 p329.
1850: census - Rushcreek Township, Fairfield County, Ohio.
+1816: on tax list Fairfield County, Ohio 161A NE S2 T13 R20 and 161A SW S2 T13 R20, Jesse Willets and Frederick Pitchir original proprietors.
+1817: on tax list Fairfield County, Ohio - same land.
+1819: on tax list Fairfield County, Ohio - same land.
+1820: on tax list Fairfield County, Ohio - same land.
+8 Feb 1823: deed from Thomas Evans of Pickaway County, Ohio to John Huber, Jr. of Fairfield County, Ohio for $1500 161A NE¼ S2 T13 R20. Fairfield County, Ohio Deed Bk n p253.
1813: on tax list Fairfield County, Ohio - NE 161A S2 T13 R20 - tax $1.04 ¾ and 161A - SW S2 T13 R20 - tax $1.04¾.
1820: census Bushcreek Township, Fairfield County, Ohio: 2 males under 10; 1 male 26-45; 3 females under 10; 1 female 26-45.
+13 Oct 1823: deed from Thomas and Jane Evans of Pickaway County and Jacob Welsh of Fairfield County, Ohio for $1300 all the land in the SW¼ S2 T13 R20 US patent to Thomas Evans. Fairfield County, Ohio Deed Bk N p527.
1830: census Berne Township, Fairfield County, Ohio: 1 male under 5; 1 male 10-15; 1 male 15-20; 1 male 50-60; 2 females under 5; 2 females 5-10; 2 females 15-20; 1 female 40-50.
20 June 1848: Letters of administration issued to Samuel Jackson, Bond $300, Bail John Lamot and John Shriveis. Fairfield County, Ohio Administrators’ Docket Book 1 p250.
22 Nov 1855: married Fairfield County, Ohio, Margaret Fast. igi
William H. Evans
25 Nov 1841: married #2083 Fairfield County, Ohio, Caroline Eliak.
25 May 1815: married Fairfield County, Ohio by Jacob Rush JP, Mary Davis. Fairfield County, Ohio Marriage Book 2.
1820: census p 89 Greenfield Township, Fairfield County, Ohio: 1 male under 10; 1 male 16-26; 1 female under 10; 1 female 16-26, 1 in agriculture.
1830: census Bloom Township, Fairfield County, Ohio: 1 male 5-10 (1820-1825); 1 male 10-15 (1815-1820); 1 male 30-40 (1790-1800); 1 female under 5 (1825-1830); 1 female 10-15 (1815-1820); 1 female 30-40 (1790-1800).
Evans Marriages in Fairfield County, Ohio. 26 July 1809 (license): Mary and Benjamin Brightbill.
18 Nov 1811: Edward and Eleanor Croney by Gabriel Kounff MG.
14 Dec 1815: Thomas and Sally Cox by Levin Bett JP.
27 May 1817: John and Elizabeth Taylor by James H. Dickey MG.
27 Aug 1817: Lemuel and Jane Sanders by Stephen Timmons JP.
23 June 1818: Emanuel and Betsey Bixler.
4 Oct 1820: Harvey D. and Elizabeth P. Watson.
30 Mar 1829: Robert and Delina Clainine by Robert Young.
7 Jan 1830: David and Anna Long by James Stevens JP.
1830: Reuben of Zanesville and Nancy Tallman, only daughter of Samuel Tallman.
13 Mar 1834: James B. and Nancy Hathaway by Thomas Simms JP.
23 May 1835: Mary Ann and Isaac Earhart.
3 Dec 1837: Jane and John Slagon by G. Martin JP.
13 Sept 1839: Elizabeth and Adam Berry by Benjamin Hamphill JP.
17 Sept 1839: Evan G. and Sarah Failer.
29 Sept 1851: Mary Ann and Oliver S. Kencaster by J. A. Starling MG.
3 Feb 1853: James and Christina Ebright by A. M. Alexander MG.
27 Dec 1853: John and Hannah Morrell by Philip Gast.
16 Mar 1854: Juliana and Jacob D. Williams by John M. Green JP.
22 Nov 1855: William and Margaret Fast.
1 Aug 1858: Mary and George Bopp by John Stuckey JP.
9 May 1861: Joseph J. and Mary E. Spangler by N. H. Loose.
1 Jan 1863: Jonas and Catharine Morris by John Stuckey JP.
8 Oct 1865: Mary and Joseph H. Fry by William Mulenick.
Probate Index, Fairfield County, Ohio:
17 June 1837: Amos Evans #1643 Inv and sale Bk D Acct current bk Bk J Adm docket 1 p74 Inv bk 1 p541 Acct recorded Bk 6 p4
1831: Charles Evans (Minor) case #783½ General Probate V1 1802-1887
15 June 1842 David Evans #21 or Bk A Inv Bk D2 Acct Bk J2
Supreme Court Minute Bk 1803-22 lds #505915
Evans vs state of Ohio p140
John and David Evans vs State of Ohio - In Error this case was brought in this place from Pickaway county under advisement and is further taken under advisement. The decision to be certified from _____ county in this Circuit where the same may be had.
Ross County for Dec Term 1812 John Evans and David Evans vs state of ohio. Ann error on ____ brought from the county of Fairfield and pickaway under advisement. The court having examined the errors in this case assigned by the counsel for the plaintiffs in error, do consider that there is no error in the record and proceedings. And order the Judgements of the Court of Common Pleas in this case be affirmed. It is further ordered that the clerk of this court certify under the seal of this court the above order and Judgement to the clerk of this Supreme Court of the County of Fairfield to be by him entered of record who is hereby required to certify a cop of this order under seal to the clerk of the Supreme Court of the County of pickaway. And it is further ordered that the clerk of the Supreme Court of the County of Pickaway enter the above order and Judgment as of the Term of July last.
Evans - Ross County, Ohio. (Fairfield County taken from Ross County in 1800).
no date: married Margaret _______ (ca 1841 Illinois-____).
ca 1858: daughter Rosana born Illinois.
1860: census #1817 #6 Wabash Township, Clark County, Illinois.
1865: Illinois state census, Wabash Township, Clark County, Illinois - 1 male under 10 (1855-1865); 1 male 20-30 (1835-1845); 1 female 20-30 (1835-1845); $25 livestock; 1 person subject to military duty.
John Evans farmer.
ca 1785: born Virginia.
ca 1809: Chaney born Virginia.
ca 1846: son John W. born Illinois.
ca 1848: son Algernon born Illinois.
1860: census #343 #305 Melrose Township, Clark County, Illinois.
no date: married Minerva _______ (1820 Kentucky-____).
1855: son James D. born Indiana.
1857: son John born Indiana.
1851: son Thomas born Indiana.
1856: son Isaac born Indiana.
1860: census #482 #423 Melrose Township, Clark County, Illinois.
Lewis Evans farmer born Illinois.
no date: married Delilia _______ (ca 1835 Illinois.
ca 1852: daughter Mary G. born Illinois.
ca 1855: son Clifford born Illinois.
ca 1858: son George born Illinois.
1860: census #80 #76 Wabash Township, Clark County, Illinois.
Miles Evans farmer.
ca 1822: born Illinois.
no date: married Elizabeth _______ (ca 1824 Illinois-____).
ca 1847: daughter Angeline born Illinois.
ca 1848: son Henry/Harvey G. born Illinois.
1850: census #1019 #1019 Clark County, Illinois.
ca 1857: son William H. born Illinois.
1860: census #429 #326 Melrose Township, Clark County, Illinois.
Nixon Evans farmer.
ca 1815: born Illinois.
no date: married Minerva Bartlett (ca 1821 Illinois-____).
18 May 1841: son Irdel born Illinois, Co. I 79th Ill Vol. Infantry, discharged Spring 1861 Nashville, Tenn, Married 1 Oct 1867 Alice Drake, History of Crawford and Clark Counties, Illinois.
ca 1846: son James born Illinois.
1850: census #1007 #1007 Clark County, Illinois.
ca 1853: son Warren born Illinois (2/12 in 1850).
23 Nov 1853: m/2 Clarrisa Hungerford (ca 1833 New York-____).
ca 1855: son Charles born Illinois.
no date: m/3 Clark County, Illinois, Martha Bell.
1860: census #426 #373 Melrose Township, Clark County, Illinois.
Sophia M. Evans mantuamaker born Massachusetts.
ca 1835: son Willis W. born, harness maker, Illinois.
1860: census #137 #130 Wabash Township, Clark County, Illinois. William Evans farmer.
ca 1831: born Illinois.
no date: married Margaret A. _______ (ca 1833 Illinois-____).
1852: son Charles R. born.
1860: census #96 #91 Wabash Township, Clark County, Illinois.