Mavis Jane Evans

     Mavis Jane Evans married Alan William Clark, son of Alfred William Clark and Amelia Edith Sargeant, in 1933 in Victoria.

Melba Evans

(1900 - )
     Melba Evans was born in 1900 in West Melbourne, Victoria. She was the daughter of John Edwin Evans and Ellen MacMillan.

Nance Ellen Evans

(1902 - )
     Nance Ellen Evans was born in 1902 in West Melbourne, Victoria. She was the daughter of John Edwin Evans and Ellen MacMillan.

Ouida Coralie Evans

(circa 1879 - 1956)
     Ouida Coralie Evans was born circa 1879.
     Ouida Coralie Evans married Percy D'Esterre Hodgkins, son of William Mathew Hodgkins and Rachel Owen Parker, in 1903 in New Zealand.
     Ouida died in 1956 in New Zealand.

Ralph Whitfield Evans

(1870 - 1882)
     Ralph Whitfield Evans was born in 1870 in St Kilda, Victoria. He was the son of Evan Evans and Mary Louise Johnson Wintle.
     Ralph died in 1882 in Geelong, Victoria.

Richard Evans

(29 April 1804 - )
     Richard Evans was christened on 29 April 1804 in Baschurch, Shropshire. He was the son of Arthur Evans and Mary Unknown (Evans).

Samuel Evans

     Samuel was a pauper.
     Samuel Evans married Mary Unknown (Evans). Samuel was present at Ann Evans's christening on 21 December 1777 in Baschurch, Shropshire. Samuel was present at William Evans's christening on 24 July 1785 in Baschurch, Shropshire.

Children of Samuel Evans and Mary Unknown (Evans)

Sarah Evans

(9 February 1846 - 29 December 1929)
     Sarah Evans was born on 9 February 1846 in Ladywell Walk, Birmingham, Warwickshire, England. She was the daughter of John Evans and Sarah Baker. Sarah Evans was christened on 23 February 1846 in St Martin's, Birmingham. Sarah Evans, born 9 February 1846, daughter of John & Sarah, abode: Lady Well Walk, saddler. George, Frances, Sarah and John were listed as the children of John Evans in the 1851 census in Warwick Street, Bordesley, Aston, Birmingham. George, Clara, Charles, John, Frances and Sarah were listed as the children of John Evans in the 1861 census in 78 Moseley Street, Deritend, Aston, Birmingham.
     Sarah Evans arrived per "Norfolk" on 14 November 1865 at Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Among the steerage passengers was Sarah Evans aged 19, listed after William (41) & Thomas (34) Anderson, merchants on "The Norfolk" (953 tons, 3000 feet) which departed 21 Aug 1865 from Plymouth (& London) & arrived Melbourne 14 Nov 1865. The master was Tonkin and she carried 44 cabin passengers and 93 steerage passengers. The 'next passenger was William Jones aged 27 a draper, followed by Sophia Mudge, wife aged 43. The following eleven people were all merchants including Thomas Gruby aged 32. The ship carried 41 adult passengers, 3 children and 1 infant. Apart from 9 Scots and 1 Irish they were all English.
     Sarah Evans married George Ruby, son of George Ruby and Ann Sergeant, on 26 October 1868 in Main Rd, Ballarat East, Victoria. By Baptist rites, at the residence of the groom,George was described as a hosier & haberdasher. Sarah was of 24 Swanston St Melbourne (the business of Wm Anderson hosier). The wedding was witnessed by Jane Anderson. Sarah Evans was listed in a directory dated 1904 as Mrs Sarah Ruby at 5 Moreland Rd West, Coburg. She was listed in a directory dated 1905 as Mrs Sarah Ruby at 3 Grandview Tce, Moreland Rd, West Coburg. Miss F Ruby, music teacher & Mrs Sarah Ruby, h.d. 5 Grandview Tce, Moreland Rd, W. Coburg.
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     Sarah and George were registered as Geo & Sarah Ruby, agent & h.d. Yarram at Yarram, Victoria, on the 1908 electoral roll. He was not listed in the 1912 electoral roll.
     Sarah was registered as Sarah Ruby, at 24 Moreland Rd at Moreland, Victoria, on the 1908 electoral roll. The unmarried children were also listed. She was listed in a directory dated 1923 as Mrs Sarah Ruby at 124 Murray Street, Caulfield, Victoria.
     Sarah died on 29 December 1929 in 59 Wattletree Rd, Malvern, Victoria, aged 83. Her usual residence was 124 Murray St, Caulfield, she had diabetes but it was a sudden death. RUBY. - On the 29th December (suddenly), at the residence of her daughter (Mrs. L. J. Hooper), Warrawee, 59 Wattletree road, Malvern, Sarah, relict of the late George Ruby, and loving mother of Clara (Mrs. J. Nelson), Ada (Mrs. A. F. Levens), George, Albert, Charles, Lillian (Mrs. L. J. Hooper), Elsie, Hilda (Mrs. J. Barratt), and Ernest, late of Yarram and Matagoon?, 124 Murray street, Caulfield (Privately interred Brighton Cemetery, 30th December, 1929.) . She was buried on 30 December 1929 in Brighton, Victoria.
     Her will was proved on 13 March 1930 at Victoria.
     Elsie May Ruby wrote in 1976 "Came to Melbourne to help a cousin in his drapery shop. The 3 month journey was tiresome for a girl of 16 who was often sea-sick, because of this she never had a desire to return to England. Sarah was musical and during the trip out would often entertain the crew and passengers with her singing. The writer's recollection of "Ma" as she was affectionately known, is that of a petite figure about 80 years old without a grey hair. "Ma" also had a stroke and died a few days later at 84".

Children of Sarah Evans and George Ruby

Sarah Evans

(26 November 1836 - before 18 September 1843?)
     Sarah Evans was born on 26 November 1836 in Rea St, Birmingham, Warwickshire. She was the daughter of John Evans and Sarah Baker. Sarah Evans was christened on 22 December 1836 in St Martin's, Birmingham.
     Sarah died before 18 September 1843? In Fox Street, Birmingham, Warwickshire. She was buried on 18 September 1843 in Birmingham. The age of 18 years suggests another family.

Thomas Evans

(15 April 1709 - before 31 July 1786)
     Thomas Evans was christened on 15 April 1709 in Baschurch, Shropshire.
     Thomas Evans lived at Pescott, Baschurch, Shropshire.
     Thomas died before 31 July 1786 in Baschurch, Shropshire. He was buried on 31 July 1786 in Baschurch. Thomas Evans of Pescott.

Child of Thomas Evans

Thomas Evans

(circa 1743 - 13 March 1807)
     Thomas Evans was buried in Baschurch. He was born circa 1743 in Baschurch, Shropshire. He was the son of Thomas Evans.
     Thomas Evans married Elizabeth Unknown (Evans). Thomas was present at Thomas Evans's christening on 1 August 1774 in Baschurch, Shropshire.
     Thomas Evans lived at Pescott, Baschurch, Shropshire, 1794. Baschurch acreage 1794 (+ map) Shropshire Record Office 4422/Pa/1&2 Pescott township, parish of Baschurch - p.34 Mr Thos Evans, p.36 ditto.
     Thomas died on 13 March 1807 in Baschurch, Shropshire.

Children of Thomas Evans and Elizabeth Unknown (Evans)

Thomas Evans

(1 August 1774 - 10 July 1836)
     Thomas Evans married Leonora Unknown (Evans). Thomas Evans was christened on 1 August 1774 in Baschurch, Shropshire. He was the son of Thomas Evans and Elizabeth Unknown (Evans).
     Thomas died on 10 July 1836 in Pescott, Baschurch, Shropshire, aged 61. He was buried on 14 July 1836 in Baschurch, Shropshire.

Tom Evans

(1859 - )
     Tom Evans was born in 1859 in Collingwood, Victoria.

William Evans

(between 1780 and 1785 - before May 1819)
     William Evans was born between 1780 and 1785 in Baschurch, Shropshire. He was possibly christened on 2 May 1781 in Baschurch. William & Lydia, son & daughter of William & Elizabeth Evans, Little Ness, pauper. He may have been also christened on 24 July 1785 in Baschurch. William, son of Samuel & Mary Evans, pauper.
     William Evans married Sarah Unknown (Evans) before 1810. A Jane Evans of Walford Heath, Baschurch, aged 4 was buried 6 Feb 1815. A William Evans married Sarah Bassett, 11 June 1806 at Christ Church, Wellington, There is no suitable marriage at Baschurch. Another possibility is to Sarah Jones on 14 Feb 1809 at St Mary'S, Shrewsbury.
     William Evans lived at Eyton Lane, Baschurch, 1810.
     William died before May 1819. A William Evans aged 34 was buried at Wellington on 05 Jun 1816.

Children of William Evans and Sarah Unknown (Evans)

William Evans

(before 1760 - after 1791)
     William Evans lived at Little Ness, Baschurch, Shropshire. He was born before 1760 in Shropshire.
     William Evans married Elizabeth Unknown (Evans) in Shropshire. William was present at Lydia Evans's christening on 22 February 1780 in Baschurch, Shropshire. William was present at William Evans's christening on 2 May 1781 in Little Ness, Baschurch Shropshire. William was present at Jane Evans's christening on 6 May 1785 in Baschurch, Shropshire. William was present at Edward Evans's christening on 4 January 1790 in Baschurch, Shropshire. Edward, son of William & Elizabeth Evans, Little Ness, pauper. William was present at Edward Evans's christening on 10 April 1791 in Little Ness, Baschurch Shropshire.
     William died after 1791 in Shropshire.

Children of William Evans and Elizabeth Unknown (Evans)

William Evans

(2 May 1781 - )
     William Evans was christened on 2 May 1781 in Little Ness, Baschurch, Shropshire. He was the son of William Evans and Elizabeth Unknown (Evans).

William Evans

(24 July 1785 - )
     William Evans was christened on 24 July 1785 in Baschurch, Shropshire. He was the son of Samuel Evans and Mary Unknown (Evans).

William Evans

(7 January 1798 - )
     William Evans was christened on 7 January 1798 in Baschurch, Shropshire. He was the son of Arthur Evans and Mary Unknown (Evans).

William Evans

(circa 1769? - circa 5 July 1805)
     William Evans was born circa 1769?.
     He was in business with George Trull.
     William Evans had a long term relationship with Martha Copperwheat, daughter of Robert Copperwheat and Martha Butler. William Evans as a cook in 1805.
     William Evans made a will dated 2 July 1805 in Bearbinders Lane, London. His will with codicils makes Martha Copperwheat one of his executors and mentions his natural son William Evans, along with his separated wife Elizabeth Evans and daughter Katharine Elizabeth Evans. In the Name of God Amen I William Evans of Bearbinder Lane London Cook being of sound disposing Mind Memory and Understanding thanks be given to Almighty God for the same do make and publish this my last Will and Testament in manner following that is to say as to my Worldly Effects which it hath pleased God to bestow on me I dispose thereof as follows after payment of all my just Debts Funeral Expences and the Expences of Proving this my Will and all other incident Charges Attending the same I give and bequeath unto George Gregory of Spital Fields Market in the County of Middlesex Green Grocer and Martha Copperwheat of Bearbinder Lane London Victualler the sum of three hundred pounds In Trust that they my said Trustees do and shall lay out and invest the same in their Names in the Public Funds and do and shall pay and apply the Interest and Dividends thereof as the same shall become due and payable for and towards the support Maintenance and Education of my Daughter Katherine Elizabeth Evans until she shall arrive to the age of twenty one years and when and so soon as she shall arrive to the Age of twenty one years upon Trust that they my said Trustees or the Survivor of them or the Heirs of such Survivor do and shall pay assign and transfer the said sum of three hundred pounds or the Stocks Funds or Public Securities wherein the same shall be then invested unto my said Daughter Katherine Elizabeth Evans to and for her own sole use and benefit I give and bequeath to my natural Son William Evans the sum of two hundred pounds to be paid to him when and so soon as he shall attain the age of twenty one years I give and bequeath to my Wife Elizabeth Evans the sum of an hundred pounds three per Cent Consolidated Bank Annuities now standing in my Name in the Books of the Governor and Company of the Bank of England which I direct shall be paid to her within three Months after my decease in lieu and full satisfaction of all provisions made or intended to be made for her under certain articles of agreement for a separation between her and me bearing date the third day of of November one thousand eight hundred and also in full of all dower or thirds which she shall or may be any ways intitled unto and my Mind and Will is that I may be decently interred by my Executors in Islington Church Yard in the County of Middlesex all the rest residue and remainder of my personal Estate and Effects of what nature or kindsoever the same may be and consist of at the time of my decease and not herein before given or disposed of I give and bequeath the same and every part thereof unto the said Martha Copperwheat and I do hereby nominate constitute and appoint the said Martha Copperwheat and the said George Gregory joint Executors of this my last Will and Testament hereby revoking and making void all former and other Will or Wills by me at any time heretofore made ratifying allowing and confirming this to be my only true and last Will and Testament In Witness whereof I the said William Evans have to this my last Will and Testament contained in two Sheets of paper to the first set my Hand and to the last my Hand and Seal this Sixth day of April in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and four Wm Evans Signed Sealed Published and Declared by the Testator William Evans as and for his last Will and Testament in the presence of us who in his presence and at his request have subscribed our Names as Witnesses hereto J Dalton Spitalfields
Tho[ma]s J Dalton
I give and bequeath to my Wife Elizabeth Evans the sum of one hundred pounds three per Cent Consolidated Bank Annuities now standing in my Name in the Books of the Governor and Company of the Bank of England in addition to the one hundred already bequeathed and which I direct shall be paid within three Months after my decease provided that either my Daughter Katherine Elizabeth Evans or my natural Son William Evans or both of them should die before they arrive to the Age of twenty one years then I give and bequeath the respective sum or sums to which they would have become intitled to by this my Will had they arrived to the Age of twenty one to Matthew Copperwheat of Bearbinder Lane aforesaid In witness whereof I have set my Hand and Seal this seventeenth day of January in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and five Wm Evans Signed Sealed Published and Delivered by the Testator William Evans as and for his last Will and Testament in the presence of us who in his presence and at his request have signed our Names as Witnesses hereto H Messenger E Carter

I William Evans as a further Codicil to my last Will and Testament do hereby give and bequeath to my Wife Elizabeth Evans instead of the sum of two hundred pounds three Per Cent I give to my said Wife the sum of four hundred pounds three per Cents to be paid as mentioned in my said Will I also give and bequeath to Ann Copperwheat the sum of fifty pounds Cash over and above any sum or sums of Money given and bequeathed to her by my said Will to be paid to her within Six Months after my decease I give and bequeath to my Executor George Gregory the sum of two hundred pounds three per Cent Consolidated Bank Annuities I give
and bequeath to Walbrook Charity School the sum of ten pounds I give and bequeath to Mr Money Abchurch Lane my Fowling Piece I give and bequeath to Mr Matterson a Musket or Gun of mine In Witness whereof I the said William Evans have hereunto set my Hand and Seal the second day of July in the Year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and five Wm Evans Signed Sealed Published and Declared by the Testator as and for a Codicil to his last Will and Testament hereunto Annexed J Dalton Spitalfields Susanna Harris.
This Will was proved at London with two Codicils the Sixth day of July in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and five before the Worshipful Samuel Pearce Parson Doctor of Laws and Surrogate of the Right Honorable Sir William Wynne Knight also Doctor of Laws Master Keeper or Commissary of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury lawfully constituted by the Oaths of Martha Copperwheat Spinster and George Gregory the Executors named in the said Will to whom administration was granted of all and singular the Goods Chattels and Credits of the said deceased having been first sworn duly to Administer.

     William died circa 5 July 1805. T was supposed to be in Brazil, but the will and burial suggest it was London, the Brazil connection was more likely his son.
     His will was proved on 6 July 1805 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. He was buried on 7 July 1805 in St Mary, Islington, London. William Evans, aged 36. He asked to be buried at Islington in his will.

Child of William Evans

Child of William Evans and Martha Copperwheat

William Evans

(say 1798 - )
     William Evans was born say 1798. He was the son of William Evans and Martha Copperwheat.
     In Matthew Gambell's will dated 30 August 1824 in London, William Evans was named as heir; The will of Matthew Gambell of Craven Buildings, Hoxton? in the parish of St Leonard Shoreditch, Middlesex, collector being of sound mind and in good health ...
I give ... to my dear wife Martha Gambell my freehold estate and situate and being formerly no. 3, no. 2 and no. 5 ... Place in the parish of ... Bethnal Green, Middlesex for her own use
I devise and bequeath unto my dear wife Martha Gambell ... estate and situated being formerly Collyers? Row? but now ...bury Road in the parish of St Matthew Bethnal Green, being no. 11, no. 12 & no. 14 for her own sold and separate use and ... in case she marry again and at .. give unto my daughter in law Mary Ann Trull the ... no. 14 ... now in the occupation ... in case she should marry ... without her husband interference ... with the said freehold property and at her death to her heirs for ever.
I will give ... unto my son in law Geo Trull the two houses no. 11 and no. 12 Stepney Road Hackney Road at the ... of his ... and at his death to his heirs for ever.
I will give ... unto my daughter in law Mary Ann Trull my freehold estate and situated no. 101 High St, Shoreditch in the occupation of ... Barber for her own sole and separate use ....
I give ... unto Wm Evans my son in law fifty? pounds at the .... of his mother? in survive ...
I give ... unto Louisa Denty my daughter in law fifty pounds at the death? of her mother in ... I give unto my two cousins Elizabeth & Deborah Hershaw?? five pounds each and a mourning ring each in case they should survive me
I give unto ... of Hoxton Town ... five pounds and a mourning ring in case he should survive me
I give unto Richard Palmer of Princes? Street, currier five pounds and a mourning ring in case he should survive me ... .... and a ..
I will give and desire and bequeath unto my dear wife Martha Gambell both real and personal property and effects belong to me whatsoever and wheresoever druing her natural life and at her decease my dear daughter in law Mary Ann Trull and appoint my dear wife Martha Gambell and Mary Ann Trull my daughter in law ly two executrix of this my last will and testament ... signed 20 day of August 1824, Matthew Gambell in the presence of John Phillips, 46 Gloucester St. Deborah Garrett, Gloucester St, Sarah Phillips, Gloucester St.
This is a codicil ... to my last will and testament bearing date 30 August 1824 I further will and bequeath to my dear wife Martha Gambell the freehold house and premises situated no. 17 North ... Street... Road in the parish of Islington now in the occupation Mr George Atkinson for her own use and benefit ... 29 January 1829, Matt: Gambell. Signed in the presence of Edmd Homersham, North Place, Kingsland Road, Harriett How... servant to M Gambell, the ...
Street being struck? out before signature?

     William Evans was mentioned in the will of Martha Gambell dated 3 May 1850.
     William Evans lived at Bahia, Brazil, July 1854. He was in business as a produce and ship broker and an auctioneer. He married but had no children. He wrote to his nephew Geroge in Baltimore, Maryland from Bahia on 18 July 1854, commending and advising the latter, who at the age of 20 had already begun his business career with Robert D Brown Co., Dry Goods Commission Merchants.
     William died of yellow fever in Bahia.

Francis Evatt

     Francis Evatt married Margaret Warner, daughter of Major Edward Warner and Eleanor Magner. He was of Kilgriffe.

James Eve

     James Eve married secondly Mary Wafford on 17 June 1820 in St John, Hackney. Mary Wafford, single, & James Eve, widower of St Bride, by licence, in the presence of J? Wafford & Catherine Wafford. A Richard Wafford Eve was registered as a doctor 1 Jan 1859 - presumably a son, he was of Deptford then Brockley, London.

Johanna Everard

( - 14 June 1638)
     Johanna Everard married John Hamilton, son of Claud Hamilton (Baron Paisley) and Margaret Seton, in Mechlin, Spain. She remarried the 4th Lord Sempill. Johanna Everard was born. She was the daughter of Levimus Everard, Councillor of State to the King of Spain..
     Johanna died on 14 June 1638 in Letterkenny, Donegal, Ireland.

Catherine Everingham

     Catherine Everingham married Henry Vavasour, son of Sir Henry Vavasour and Joan Gascoigne.

Child of Catherine Everingham and Henry Vavasour

Elizabeth Ewbank

     Elizabeth Ewbank was born. W Highley states: She was the eldest daughter of William Ewbank Esq. a wealthy plantation owner. William Ewbank's family originally came from Yorkshire. William's wife's first name was Ann. Robin Ewbank has provided further information on the links between the Ewbanks, Steers and the Ashmeades.
     Elizabeth Ewbank married Col Charles Steer, son of Patriarch Steer, in 1799 in St Ann parish, Jamaica, West Indies.

Children of Elizabeth Ewbank and Col Charles Steer

John Ewine

     John Ewine married Jane Steer, daughter of Roger Steer, in 1661 in Darley, Derbyshire.

Elizabeth Eyre

(circa 1785? - )
     Elizabeth Eyre was born circa 1785?.
     Elizabeth Eyre married William Rich on 10 November 1803 in All Saints, West Markham, Nottinghamshire, England.

Children of Elizabeth Eyre and William Rich

Isabella Mary Eyre

(circa 1846 - 17 June 1931)
     Isabella Mary Eyre was born circa 1846 in Berkshire, England.
     Isabella Mary Eyre married Sir Archibald Hamilton Dunbar 8th Bart of Northfield, son of Sir Archibald Dunbar 7th Bart of Northfield and Keith Alicia Ramsay, on 15 July 1865. Isabella Mary Eyre was listed as Sir Archibald Hamilton Dunbar 8th Bart of Northfield's mother-in-law in the 1901 census in Northfield, Bournemouth, Hampshire, England.
     Isabella died on 17 June 1931.

Thomas Eyre

(say 1540 - )
     Thomas was described as a gentleman. He was born say 1540 in Yorkshire or Derbyshire.
     Thomas Eyre married Ellen Wilson, daughter of Christopher Wilson and Elizabeth Hattersley, on 19 October 1563 in Yorkshire.

Maria Eyres

     Maria Eyres married Robert Thornton, son of John Thornton and Lucy Watson. She was the daughter of Charles Eyres esq. He was MP for Colchester. They had no issue.