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Descendants of Evan Ap Evans

Generation No. 7 Continued

62. EDWARD EDWARDS7 EVANS (JOSIAH JAMES6, THOMAS5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, THOMAS2, EVAN AP1) was born September 05, 1825 in Darlington County, South Carolina, and died April 19, 1896 in Darlington Co., South Carolina. He married SALLY CHESTNUT TAYLOR. She was born October 11, 1830, and died July 15, 1894 in Darlington Co., South Carolina.

Children of EDWARD EVANS and SALLY TAYLOR are:

109. i. ROSA8 EVANS, b. October 15, 1849; d. March 21, 1934, Darlington County, South Carolina

ii. EDWARD EVANS, b. June 11, 1852, Darlington Co., South Carolina; d. January 07, 1861, Darlington Co., South Carolina.

iii. SALLY CHESNUT EVANS, b. February 01, 1853, Darlington Co., South Carolina; d. November 04, 1947, Darlington Co., South Carolina.

iv. ALICE T. EVANS, b. 1858.

v. JOHN TAYLOR EVANS, b. October 19, 1860, Darlington Co., South Carolina; d. November 21, 1910, Darlington Co., South Carolina.

vi. J.F. EVANS, b. 1862

vii. JOSIAH JAMES EVANS, b. February 10, 1863, Darlington County, South Carolina; d. September 08, 1894, Darlington County, South Carolina

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63 REBECCA ANN7 EVANS (JOSIAH JAMES6, THOMAS5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, THOMAS2, EVAN AP1) She married MR IRBY.

Children of REBECCA EVANS and MR IRBY are:

i. JOSIAH8 IRBY.

ii. CHRISTOPHER IRBY

iii. THOMAS IRBY

iv. WILLIAM IRBY.

v. ANN IRBY

vi. CHARLES IRBY

vii. JOSEPH IRBY

viii. ELIZABETH IRBY.

ix. HARRIET IRBY

x. JAMES IRBY.

xi. SARAH IRBY

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64 THOMAS EVANS BEDGEGOOD7 PEGUES (ELIZABETH HODGES6 EVANS, THOMAS5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, THOMAS2, EVAN AP1) was born December 09, 1812 in Cheraw District, SC, and died December 07, 1874 in Cheraw District, SC. He married CHARLOTTE JOHNSON PEGUES October 23, 1834 in Cheraw, South Carolina, daughter of MALACHI PEGUES and CHARLOTTE JOHNSON. She was born October 12, 1814 in Cheraw District, SC, and died March 24, 1883.

Children of THOMAS PEGUES and CHARLOTTE PEGUES are:

i. FLORENCE8 PEGUES

ii. JOHN PEGUES.

iii. CATHERINE PEGUES, b. November 27, 1845

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65 REBECCA ANNE EVANS7 PEGUES (ELIZABETH HODGES6 EVANS, THOMAS5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, THOMAS2, EVAN AP1) was born January 14, 1816 in Cheraw District, SC, and died May 01, 1889 in Oxford, Miississippi. She married ALEXANDER HAMILTON PEGUES November 25, 1844 in Dallas County, Alabama, son of MALACHI PEGUES and CHARLOTTE JOHNSON. He was born June 05, 1808 in Marlboro District, SC, and died November 03, 1871 in Oxford, Miississippi.

Children of REBECCA PEGUES and ALEXANDER PEGUES are:

i. ELIZA8 PEGUES, b. 1845

ii. EVANS PEGUES, b. 1847.

iii. ELLA PEGUES, b. December 04, 1848; d. January 1933.

iv. LUCIUS PEGUES, b. 1850.

v. ALEXANDER PEGUES, b. 1857

vi. MALACHI PEGUES, b. 1859.

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66 CATHERINE BEDGEGOOD7 PEGUES (ELIZABETH HODGES6 EVANS, THOMAS5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, THOMAS2, EVAN AP1) was born September 11, 1817 in Cheraw District, Chesterfield County, SC, and died May 24, 1878 in Dallas County, Alabama. She married ALEXANDER WILLIAM ELLERBE February 02, 1835 in Cheraw, South Carolina. He was born April 14, 1816 in Cheraw District, SC, and died April 07, 1865 in Alabama.

Child of CATHERINE PEGUES and ALEXANDER ELLERBE is:

110. ELIZA EVANS8 ELLERBEE

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67 CHRISTOPHER CLAUDIUS7 PEGUES (ELIZABETH HODGES6 EVANS, THOMAS5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, THOMAS2, EVAN AP1) was born August 23, 1823 in Cheraw District, SC, and died July 15, 1862 in Richmond, Virginia. He married CAROLINE COLEMAN. She was born 1826 in Camden, SC.

Children of CHRISTOPHER PEGUES and CAROLINE COLEMAN are:

i. CHARLES EDWARD8 PEGUES, d. 1870, St Paul, MN.

ii. FANNY GREY PEGUES, m. JOHN WALTHALL, October 18, 1871

iii. CHILD PEGUES

iv. ALEXANDER ELLERBE PEGUES, d. 1854.

v. LUCY MATHEWS PEGUES, d. July 29, 1861

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68 JOSIAH JAMES7 PEGUES (ELIZABETH HODGES6 EVANS, THOMAS5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, THOMAS2, EVAN AP1) was born July 19, 1825 in Chesterfield District, South Carolina, and died May 24, 1906. He married (1) CORNELIA CAROLINE ALSTON November 29, 1848 in Clarke County, Alabama. She was born December 28, 1824, and died January 17, 1852 in Marengo County, Alabama. He married (2) CAROLINE MADERA FITTS February 18, 1854. She was born December 29, 1824 in South Carolina.

Children of JOSIAH PEGUES and CAROLINE FITTS are:

i. HARRY H8 PEGUES

ii. CHILD PEGUES

iii. JOSEPH EVANS PEGUES

iv. SAMUEL FITTS PEGUES

v. IDA PEGUES

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69 SAMUEL WILDS GILLESPIE7 PEGUES (ELIZABETH HODGES6 EVANS, THOMAS5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, THOMAS2, EVAN AP1) was born April 08, 1836 in Cheraw District, SC, and died October 20, 1900 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. He married ANNIE ELIZABETH SAUNDERS December 14, 1859 in Oxford, Mississippi. She was born October 06, 1840 in Darlington, SC, and died June 28, 1939 in Selma, Alabama.

Notes for SAMUEL WILDS GILLESPIE PEGUES

File contributed for use in USGenWeb Archives by: Stephen Lee leeactive@aol.com January 20, 2004, 12:25 am Wilcox Progressive Era, Thursday, May 21, 1908 Mrs. C. P. Irby Dead.

Uniontown Canebrake Herald.

Died, Sunday, May 3, 1908, Mrs. Christopher Perry Irby, at the age of forty- two years and seven months. Miss Mary Vernon Pegues was born eleven miles from Uniontown, at "The Cedars," on July 4, 1865. She was the eldest daughter of Captain Samuel Wise Pegues and Annie Elizabeth Sanders, and grand daughter of Christopher Butler Pegues and Elizabeth Evans, the latter of whom moved here from Cheraw, S. C., in 1840. Her grandparents built one of the first Episcopal churches in Alabama, known as St. David's. Mrs. Irby's father married shortly before the war, during which he served as commander of Company D, 3rd Alabama Calvary.

Mr. and Mrs. Irby were married in 1885, and moved to Gee's Bend, Wilcox county, where they lived for fourteen years, coming to Uniontown in 1899. Of the seven children born to bless this union, five still survive - Mrs. J. B. Chambers, Mrs. Benj. F. Hatch, Jr., Misses Annie and Mary, of this city, and Christopher P., of Atlanta. Mrs. Irby also left to mourn, her mother, Mrs. Annie Pegues, sisters, Misses Annie and Lizzie, Mrs. Harry Reid and Mrs. John A. Fuller, of Selma, and three brothers, Harry T., of Mobile, Walter, of Ensley, and Christopher B., who is now in the Philippines.

Mrs. Irby will be missed by colleagues in religious work, to whom she was always a blessing and an inspiration. Her work here is ended, and yet one may say that it is only begun, for "her works shall live after her."

Additional Comments: Wilcox Progressive Era Newspaper Microfilm located at the Alabama Department of Archives and History, Montgomery, Alabama.

Children of SAMUEL PEGUES and ANNIE SAUNDERS are:

i. NELL8 PEGUES

ii. ANN OR ANNIE E PEGUES.

iii. HENRIETTA PEGUES

iv. HARRY TOULMIN PEGUES.

v. CHRISTOPHER BUTLER PEGUES, b. November 02, 1860; d. November 15, 1908.

vi. WALTER PEGUES, b. January 08, 1862; d. June 03, 1917

111 vii. MARY VERNON PEGUES, b. July 04, 1865, The Cedars, Dallas, Alabama; d. May 03, 1908, Uniontown, Alabama.

viii. SAMUEL WILDES PEGUES, b. 1867; d. 1872

ix. JOHN ALEXANDER ELLERBE PEGUES, b. April 13, 1871; d. September 01, 1872

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70 SUSANNAH SUSIE7 EVANS (ABEL EDWARD6, THOMAS5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, THOMAS2, EVAN AP1) was born October 22, 1824 in South Carolina, and died January 03, 1896 in Old City Cemetery,Morehouse, Louisiana. She married JOHN BAYNARD TURPIN. He was born April 10, 1809, and died February 21, 1884 in Bastrop, Morehouse County, LA.

Notes for SUSANNAH SUSIE EVANS:

Misc: Letter from Susannah Evans Turpin to her sister Ann Eliza Evans Pipes,

May 1851, Morehouse Parish, La

Submitted by: Larrie Spier Curry lscurry@kih.net

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Transcription of letter from Susannah Evans Turpin to her sister Ann Eliza Evans Pipes. Susannah has recently moved from Claiborne Co., MS to Morehouse Parish, LA. Ann Eliza remains in Claiborne Co. In early 1848, Ann Eliza had gone to Claiborne, from the family home in Wilcox Co., AL, to stay with Susannah and her husband Baynard Turpin. There she met Isaac N. Pipes and married him in early 1849, soon after the Evans family moved from Wilcox Co. to Morehouse Parish, LA. Apparently Susannah and her family have only recently joined them there. Note: Line breaks have not been preserved; page breaks are noted. Most misspellings have not be noted with (sic), because they are so commonplace. Some punctuation is added for clarity.

Larrie Curry Family names: EVANS, PIPES, TURPIN, BAGNELL, ABY (?), WILSON, THOMAS,COLEMAN, MATTHEWS, CROOKSON, BEANE, DEBARDELEBEN

Saturday night May 3rd 1851

My Dear Sister

This is the third time I have writen to you Since I have been in Louisianna (sic) without receiveing one word from you Yes you may Say it is the fourth time for I had a letter writen to last week and carried it down to Pa's to send to you but when I got there Mother had received a letter from you and I concluded not to send it but answer yours to her, We have all enjoyed very good health Since we have been here and Pa's family are all well I am very Sorry to hear of your indisposition but I hope by the time you receive this you will be in better health mother requests me to Say to you that if she can get offany way in the world (and I think she can) She will come over to see youin the (?) as soon as She can get through the swamp I have promisedher to keep house for her while she is gone, and she says you must beready to come back with her not to make any excuse but be ready. My Dear Sister I think if you would get Mr. Pipes to consult Dr Aby or Wilson and explain to them your case exactly I know they can give you something 9 that will releive you if I was sick I would not think of depending onDr. Thomas in (page 2) your case because I know he knows nothing about it. Mrs. Bagnall [Ann Eliza's mother-in-law] Depended on Coleman it (sic) that case of Elens and he did not know what was the matter with her If you will take my advise you will quit Thomas and try Drs Aby or Wilson if you are not able get Mrs. Bagnall to go and see one or the of them (sic) and explain your case to them and I am sure they can do something for you,I am glad to hear Orline [Orline Augusta Pipes, b. 1 Sept 1850] is growing finely it appears to me I would give a greatdeal to see her -She feels almost like my own child. Frank [Susannah's son, Frank W.Turpin, b. Aug 1850] is not so much before her as you seem to think he has but four teeth but can sit alone and stand up by a chair if you put him up to it, Martha and Evans [Susannah's children, Martha Turpin b.before 1849 and and Solomon Evans Turpin, b July 1846] both enjoy very fine health so far - Martha is as fat as she can be her face is broader that it is long (sic) and as rosy as it can be. She frequently speakes of you and Orline and wants to see you very much I was wishing to day only well and here to go a fishing with me we have a nice stream within a half mile of us the gallion I was down in sight of the Bridge today where we cross in going to lake Providence I expect you recollect it. I believe it is given up that Mother and I have the best garden about here except(page 3)

Dr. Mathews in Bastrop I have had Peas for the last two weeks and Irish Potatoes and other early vegetables. This is a great country for chickens I have 170 and I believe Mother has about the same She had 15 turkeys last week and was to have some more to come off this week, Tell Mrs. Bagnall I know if she was here she could raise a great many chickens She is such a great hand with Poultry. We have had a very cold late spring. Mr. Turpins [Baynard Turpin, her husband] cotton looks badly and is dieing out very much but his corn is fine he finished hilling last week and has commence scrapeing his cotton I am all alone he had gone out fine (?) hunting there are a great many Deer around us. Tell Mr. Pipes he has writen to him twice or three times to my certain knowledge but never has receive but one letter from him and that was writen in New Orleans. Mother is very anxious that you should come on here and seems determine to go after you. We are all very anxious to see you. There is not a day passes over my head but I think of you and would give any thing to see you, Brother has gone to Ala after Miss Letty (Lotty?) we begin to look for him tomorrow the Boat will be up then Sunday The fine hunters brought in a fine Deer last night thequarters are as large as (page 4)

a good size yearling. Mr. Turpin says his corn is knee high an he is the only one in the Parish who has scraped any cotton yet,I intended to send this letter to Bastrop this morning to go down on the Boat but it is raining and I am afraid I will Miss the opportunity of Sending it by the Boat and I do not know when you will get it for it appears that we cannot get a letter any other way,Tell Cousin Ann I congratulate her and Mr. Beane. Cousin Will is very much pleased at it, Aunt Eliza has been in very bad health ever since she has been here but I think her health is inproveing some at this time. Clementine Crookston that was she married Debardeleben (?) lost her baby last week Borne dead. I believe I have writen you all the news give my love to all friends to Mrs. Bagnall [Mary Hynum Pipes Bagnell]in particular and tell her she must write to me and she must try and come out here this fall to see us I should be extreamly glad to seeher. Evans frequently speaks of Sammy [Sam Bagnell, Jr., half-brother of Isaac Newton Pipes] and wants to see him - Mother Pa and the childrensends their love and says you may look for her - Mr. Turpin sends his love to you, Mr. Pipes and Orline and says kiss Orline for him it seems to me I could write ever on I want to see you so much kiss Orline a Dozen times for me give my love to Mr Pipes and accept the same fromYour Affectionate Sister

- Susanna Turpin

More About BAYNARD TURPIN:

Burial: Old City Cemetery

Children of SUSANNAH EVANS and JOHN TURPIN are:

i. THOMAS B8 TURPIN, b. June 07, 1853, Bastrop, Morehouse County, LA; d. February 22, 1880, Bastrop, Morehouse County, LA.

Notes for THOMAS B TURPIN

Burial: Old City Cemetery

112 ii. FRANK W TURPIN, b. August 24, 1850; d. October 29, 1908, Bastrop, Morehouse County, LA.

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71. GEORGE REEVES7 EVANS (ABEL EDWARD6, THOMAS5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, THOMAS2, EVAN AP1) was born Abt. 1828 in Wilcox County, Alabama, and died 1891 in Louisiana. He married LUCY NICHOLS. She was born 1852.

Notes for GEORGE REEVES EVANS:

Name: GEORGE EVANS

Land Office: MONROE

Sequence #: 1

Document Number: 21309

Total Acres: 162.6

Signature: Yes

Canceled Document: No

Issue Date: July 02, 1860

Mineral Rights Reserved: No

Metes and Bounds: No

Statutory Reference: 3 Stat. 566

Multiple Warantee Names: No

Act or Treaty: April 24, 1820

Multiple Patentee Names: No

Entry Classification: Sale-Cash Entries

Land Description: 1SENW LOUISIANANo 6 N 2 W13

2 NSW LOUISIANANo 6 N 2 W13

3 NESE LOUISIANANo 6 N 2 W14

More About GEORGE REEVES EVANS:

Census: 1880, Morehouse County, LA

Children of GEORGE EVANS and LUCY NICHOLS are:

113. i. ANNIE8 EVANS, b. December 29, 1870; d. February 05, 1949, Bastrop, Morehouse County, LA

114. ii. JOSIAH JAMES EVANS, b. June 15, 1868; d. December 25, 1924, Bastrop, Morehouse County, LA

iii. GRACE EVANS, b. 1866.

iv. LULU EVANS, b. 1867

v. JAMES EVANS, b. 1868

vi. CHARLES EVANS, b. 1873.

vii. CLARA EVANS, b. 1875.

viii. MARTHA EVANS, b. 1876

ix. ELLIE EVANS, b. 1878

x. FLORA EVANS, b. 1879

xi. LEANN OGETHORPE, b. 1774, Louisiana

Notes for LEANN OGETHORPE

Orphan

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72. ANN ELIZABATH PEGUES7 EVANS (ABEL EDWARD6, THOMAS5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, THOMAS2, EVAN AP1) was born 1832 in Wilcox County, Alabama, and died October 10, 1913 in Bastrop, Morehouse County, LA.. She married ISAAC NEWTON PIPES November 21, 1849 in Bastrop, Morehouse, LA. He died February 18, 1888 in Morehouse County, LA.

Notes for ANN ELIZABATH PEGUES EVANS:

They lived in Claiborne Co., Mississippi until the late 1860's and then moved to Morehouse Parish, Louisiana.

Notes for ISAAC NEWTON PIPES:

Isaac Newton was a soldier in the Civil War and it is said that he rode with Nathan Bedford Forrest's Cavalry. He was in fact a member of the 4th Mississippi Cavalry with his brother James.

Burial: Bastrop, Morehouse County, LA

Children of ANN EVANS and ISAAC PIPES are:

i. ORLENE AUGUSTA8 PIPES, b. September 01, 1850, Jefferson Co., Mississippi; d. June 25, 1879, Morehouse Parish, Louisiana; m. WILLIAM C ANDREWS, 1869, Morehouse Parish, Louisiana.

ii. CHARLES ABNER PIPES, b. March 23, 1852, Jefferson Co., Mississippi; d. April 20, 1865, Claiborne Co., Mississippi.

Notes for CHARLES ABNER PIPES:

His obituary, supplied to me by Larrie S. Curry, read as follows: [handwritten funeral notice, original] Obituary / died on Thursday evening the 20th of April, at the residence of his Parents, near Willow Springs, Claiborne County, of confluent Small Pox, Charles A. Pipes, only son of Isaac N and Ann Eliza Pipes, aged Thirteen years and twenty-seven days. The death of this bright and intelligent youth was rendered more distressing to his bereaved mother, from the absence of her husband, now battling in defense of his country under command of the gallant Forest, and ignorant of the great affliction in store for him -- what consolation can we offer to the bereaved Parents, other than reliance on the great Dispenser of our destinies, who "chastens and purifies through affliction." iii. MARY SUSANNA PIPES, b. April 06, 1855, Jefferson Co., Mississippi; d. July 22, 1957, Morehouse Parish, Louisiana; m. DR. J S ANDREWS, Bef. 1876, Louisiana.

iv. JOSIAH EVANS PIPES, b. October 23, 1856, Claiborne Co., Mississippi; d. February 03, 1862, Claiborne Co., Mississippi.

v. MARTHA EVANS PIPES, b. May 27, 1858, Claiborne Co., Mississippi; d. Morehouse Parish, Louisiana; m. DAVID IVEY.

Notes for MARTHA EVANS PIPES:

buriel in Old Cemetery, Bastrop, Louisiana.152

vi. EMMA CELESTIA PIPES, b. November 26, 1860, Claiborne Co., Mississippi; d. August 02, 1862, Claiborne Co., Mississippi.

vii. ANNIE CORNELIA PIPES, b. November 26, 1860, Claiborne Co., Mississippi; d. November 26, 1860, Claiborne Co., Mississippi.

viii. EVANS PIPES, b. August 02, 1866, Morehouse Parish, Louisiana; d. February 12, 1958, Morehouse Parish, Louisiana.

Notes for EVANS PIPES:

He was not married. He is buried in the Mer Rouge Cemetery From Bastrop go east 2.2 miles on Mer Rouge RD, At top of Red Hill, turn left on Mer Rouge Cemetery RD, Arch over Drive, then travel .2miles to cemetery.

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73. DAVID MANDVILLE7 EVANS (ABEL EDWARD6, THOMAS5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, THOMAS2, EVAN AP1) was born August 11, 1833 in Wilcox County, Alabama, and died December 01, 1907 in Bastrop,Morehouse County, LA.. He married FLORA FLOWERS KELLEY March 05, 1868 in Oakland Plantation, Warren MS. She was born 1842.

Notes for DAVID MANDVILLE EVANS:

Burial: Christ Church Cemetery - Block 2

Children of DAVID EVANS and FLORA KELLEY are:

i. ELMIRA JANE MINNIE8 EVANS, b. January 23, 1869; d. November 22, 1952, Bastrop, Morehouse County, LA; m. EDWIN LEE GLADNEY; b. June 04, 1868; d. August 09, 1939, Bastrop, Morehouse County, LA..

Notes for ELMIRA JANE MINNIE EVANS:

Burial: Christ Church Cemetery - Block 2

Notes for EDWIN LEE GLADNEY:

Burial: Christ Church Cemetery - Block 2

ii. DAVID EVANS, b. 1871.

iii. GOLDSBORO EVANS, b. 1872.

iv. BESSIE EVANS, b. 1874.

v. FLORA EVANS, b. 1875.

vi. ABEL EVANS, b. 1876.

vii. WILLIAM EVANS, b. 1877.

viii. ETHEL EVANS, b. 1879.

74. ANN E J7 EVANS (ENOCH6, ENOCH JAMES5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, THOMAS2, EVAN AP1) was born January 25, 1823 in North Carolina, and died November 07, 1893. She married JAMES LEWIS COTTRELL December 29, 1840 in Perry County, Alabama. He was born April 09, 1820 in Pleasant Grove, North Carolina, and died December 02, 1889 in Cherokee County, Texas.Notes for ANN E J EVANS: 1860 US Census: 13 Jun 1860 Sumpter, page 300, Trinity County, Texas, A.E. Cottrell, 37 years of age, born North Carolina, household of Jas. L. Cottrell

Mrs. Ann E. Cottrell was appointed Postmaster of Mud Creek, Smith County, Texas on December 11, 1877, replacing Robert L. McKinley. She served until service was discontinued on December 23, 1878. Service was re-established on June 2, 1879, when she was again appointed as Postmaster. A new Postmaster was appointed on December 9, 1879. Ann E. J. Evans, daughter of Enoch James Evans and Ann Hicks, born 28 January 1823, died 7 November 1893, buried City Cemetery, Jacksonville, Cherokee County, TX, is shown to be the spouse of James Lewis Cottrell by J. L. Daniel. She is shown as A. E. Cattrell, living with James L. Cattrell on the 1860 Trinity County, TX Federal Census, she is shown as age 37, born North Carolina

More About ANN E J EVANS:

Burial: Jacksonville City Cemetery, Cherokee County, Texas

Occupation: Schoolteacher

Notes for JAMES LEWIS COTTRELL:

1860 US Census: 13 Jun 1860 Sumpter, page 300, Trinity County, Texas, Jas. L. Cottrell, 40 years of age, born North Carolina, district clerk, real estate value $1000, personal property value $200, head of household According to Bible record, died at G.B. Coxon's residence on December 2, 1889 - aged 69 years, 7 months, and 23 days.

More About JAMES LEWIS COTTRELL:

Burial: Jacksonville City Cemetery, Cherokee County, Texas

Children of ANN EVANS and JAMES COTTRELL are:

115. i. ESTELLE8 COTTRELL.

ii. ANN S COTTRELL, b. Abt. 1844, Alabama.

Notes for ANN S COTTRELL:

1860 US Census: 13 Jun 1860 Sumpter, page 300, Trinity County, Texas, Ann S. Cottrell, 16 years of age, born Alabama, attended school within the year, household of Jas. L. Cottrell

Ann S. Cattrell is shown to be living with James L. Cattrell and A. E. Cattrell on the 1860 Trinity County, TX, Sumter Township, Federal Census. She is shown as age 16, born Alabama. She is shown as Anna Cottrell, age 26 still living at hoe in the 1870 Cherokee County, TX Federal Census

iii. JAMES T COTTRELL, b. Abt. 1846, Alabama.

Notes for JAMES T COTTRELL:

1860 US Census: 13 Jun 1860 Sumpter, page 300, Trinity County, Texas, Jas. T. Cottrell, 14 years of age, born Alabama, attended school within the year, household of Jas. L. Cottrell He is not living at home in the 1870 Cherokee County, TX Federal Census 116. iv. ELEANOR JOSEPHINE COTTRELL, b. July 06, 1848, Dallas County, Alabama; d. April 06, 1927, Cherokee County, Texas. v. CARMELA COTTRELL, b. Abt. 1850, Alabama.

Notes for CARMELA COTTRELL:

Carmela Cattrell is shown to be living with James L. and A. E. Cattrell on the 1860 Trinity County, TX Federal County Census. She is shown as age 10, born Alabama. Carmella is not shown on the 1870 Cherokee County, TX Federal Census

117. vi. FANNIE COTTRELL, b. May 18, 1850, Dallas County, Alabama; d. October 01, 1881, Jacksonville, Cherokee County, Texas.

118. vii. CORINNE COTTRELL, b. Abt. 1852, Alabama.

viii. HERBERT COTTRELL, b. Abt. 1857, Alabama.

Notes for HERBERT COTTRELL:

Herbert Cantrell is shown to be living with James L. and A. E. Cattrell on the 1860 Trinity County, TX Federal Census. He is shown as age 3, born Texas. He is still living at home in the 1870 Cherokee County, TX as age 14, born Alabama. There is a difference in the location of his birth. Believe Alabama is correct.

ix. IRENE H COTTRELL, b. Abt. 1859, Alabama; m. J R DENNISON, September 09, 1884, Cherokee County, Texas.

Notes for IRENE H COTTRELL:

Green Cattrell is shown as living with James L. and A. E. Cattrell on the 1860 Trinity County, TX Federal Census. She is shown as age 1, born TX. She is shown as Irene Cottrell, age 11, born Alabama on the 1870 Cherokee County, TX Federal Census

75. JOHN CRAIG7 EVANS (WILL JOHN6, ENOCH JAMES5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, THOMAS2, EVAN AP1) was born September 30, 1822 in Chesterfield, South Carolina, and died April 24, 1886 in Cheraw, Chestefield County, South Carolina. He married ANNE ELIZA LACOSTE October 30, 1845, daughter of AUGUSTAS LACOSTE and MARGARET FORT. She was born 1824 in South Carolina, and died 1902.

Notes for JOHN CRAIG EVANS:

Listed in the 1850 Chesterfield County Census. August 9,1850 page 104B , line3 housing and family 81 age 27,Merchant, $1800 val ,born in.SC

1880 Court House,Chesterfield County,SC Census has him born 1822,SC,age58,retail merchant,married,parents born inSC.

1880 Court House,Chesterfield County,SC Census has a June Adams,Born 1850,SC,age 30, cook-servant, black,employee, bothe her parents born in SC. living with the Evans.

1880 Census;

Jno. C Evans; 58 born in SC, Retail Merchant

More About JOHN CRAIG EVANS:

Census: 1850, Chester District, SC

Notes for ANNE ELIZA LACOSTE:

Listed in the 1850 Chesterfield County Census, age 24,born in SC 1880 Court House,Chesterfield County,SC Census has her born 1824,SC,age56,keeping house,both parents born in SC.

Children of JOHN EVANS and ANNE LACOSTE are:

119. i. AUGUSTAS L8 EVANS, b. 1847, South Carolina.

ii. M E EVANS, b. June 1850, South Carolina.

Notes for M E EVANS:

Listed in the 1850 Chesterfield County Census age 2/12, born in SC

iii. A J EVANS, b. 1857, South Carolina.

Notes for A J EVANS:

1880 Court House,Chesterfield County,SC Census has her born 1857,SC , age 23,at home ,single.

iv. H S EVANS, b. 1859, South Carolina.

Notes for H S EVANS:

1880 Court House,Chesterfield County,SC Census has her born 1859,SC,age21,at home,single

v. WILLIAM ROBERT EVANS, b. 1862, South Carolina; m. FLORENCE VAREEN; b. South Carolina.

Notes for WILLIAM ROBERT EVANS:

1880 Court House,Chesterfield County,SC Census has him born 1863,SC,age 17,clerk in store,single.

76. ROBERT EDWARDS7 EVANS (WILL JOHN6, ENOCH JAMES5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, THOMAS2, EVAN AP1) was born October 26, 1836 in Chesterfield, SC, USA, and died December 07, 1899. He married REBECCA FORD ROBESON, daughter of THOMAS ROBESON and MARY FORD. She was born August 12, 1837 in South Carolina, and died May 26, 1916.

Notes for ROBERT EDWARDS EVANS:

Captain Robert E Evans served in the Cival War as 3rd lieutenant of infranty in company C under William Colt in 1861 and 12 months in the eighth regiment. He then organized company D and served as its Captain throuhout the remainder of the cival war.

1880 Court House,Chesterfield County,SC Census has him born 1837,SC,age 43,farmer,married,parents born in SC

Listed in 1850 Census Chesterfield County,SC

CENSUS YR: 1850 STATE or TERRITORY: SC COUNTY: Chesterfield DIVISION: Chesterfield District PAGE NO: 128a

REFERENCE: Enumerated October 8, 1850 by Wm Strother

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LN HN FN LAST NAME FIRST NAME AGE SEX RACE OCCUP. VAL. BIRTHPLACE MRD. SCH. R/W DDB

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29 460 460 Evans Robert E 13 M So Ca X

Name: R. E. EVANS

Age: 43

Estimated birth year: <1837>

Birthplace: South Carolina

Occupation: Farmer

Relationship to head-of-household: Self

Home in 1880: Court House, Chesterfield, South Carolina

Marital status: Married

Race: White

Gender: Male

Spouse's name: R. F. EVANS

Father's birthplace: SC

Mother's birthplace: SC

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Image Source: Year: 1880; Census Place: Court House, Chesterfield, South Carolina; Roll: T9_1225; Family History Film: 1255225; Page: 310A;

Enumeration District: 5; Image: .

Notes for REBECCA FORD ROBESON:

1880 Court House,Chesterfield County,SC Census has her born 1838 in SC,age 42,keeping house, parents born in SC.listed in 1850 Chesterfield County Census

Year: 1880; Census Place: Court House, Chesterfield, South Carolina; Roll: T9_1225; Family History Film: 1255225; Page: 310A; Enumeration District: 5; Image: .

Children of ROBERT EVANS and REBECCA ROBESON are:

120. i. THOMAS ROBESON8 EVANS, b. December 29, 1858, Chesterfield, SC, USA; d. January 20, 1936, Chesterfield County, South Carolina.

ii. J D EVANS, b. 1860, South Carolina.

Notes for J D EVANS:

1880 Court House,Chesterfield County,SC Census has him born 1860,SC,age 20,farming,single.

Year: 1880; Census Place: Court House, Chesterfield, South Carolina; Roll: T9_1225; Family History Film: 1255225; Page: 310A; Enumeration District: 5; Image: .

iii. J M EVANS, b. 1866, South Carolina.

Notes for J M EVANS:

1880 Court House,Chesterfield County,SC Census has him born 1866,SC,age 14,farming,single.

Year: 1880; Census Place: Court House, Chesterfield, South Carolina; Roll: T9_1225; Family History Film: 1255225; Page: 310A; Enumeration District: 5; Image: .

iv. R E EVANS, JR, b. 1869.

Notes for R E EVANS, JR:

1880 Court House,Chesterfield County,SC Census has him born 1869,SC,age 11, attending school..

Name: R. E. EVANS

Age: 11

Estimated birth year: <1869>

Birthplace: South Carolina

Occupation: At School

Relationship to head-of-household: Son

Home in 1880: Court House, Chesterfield, South Carolina

Marital status: Single

Race: White

Gender: Male

Father's name: R. E. EVANS

Father's birthplace: SC

Mother's name: R. F. EVANS

Mother's birthplace: SC

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v. MARION EVANS, b. 1872, South Carolina.

Notes for MARION EVANS:

1880 Court House,Chesterfield County,SC Census has him born 1872,SC,age 8.

Year: 1880; Census Place: Court House, Chesterfield, South Carolina; Roll: T9_1225; Family History Film: 1255225; Page: 310A; Enumeration District: 5; Image: .

vi. MARY R EVANS, b. 1874, South Carolina.

Notes for MARY R EVANS:

1880 Court House,Chesterfield County,SC Census has her born 1874,SC,age 6

Year: 1880; Census Place: Court House, Chesterfield, South Carolina; Roll: T9_1225; Family History Film: 1255225; Page: 310A; Enumeration District: 5; Image: ..

77. ELIZABETH C7 WILSON (HANNAH KOLB6 EVANS, ENOCH JAMES5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, THOMAS2, EVAN AP1) was born Abt. 1817 in Darlington Co., South Carolina, and died August 09, 1840 in Darlington Co., South Carolina. She married ETTSEL LAWRENCE ADAMS. He was born August 11, 1815 in Charleston, SC, and died July 03, 1870 in Darlington Co., South Carolina.

Child of ELIZABETH WILSON and ETTSEL ADAMS is:

i. JOHN WILSON8 ADAMS, b. 1840, Darlington County, South Carolina; d. February 28, 1841, Darlington Co., South Carolina.

78. JOHN JAMISON7 WILSON (HANNAH KOLB6 EVANS, ENOCH JAMES5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, THOMAS2, EVAN AP1) was born June 15, 1820 in Darlington Co., South Carolina, and died April 17, 1907 in Darlington Co., South Carolina. He married MARY CAROLINE LACOSTE July 30, 1846. She was born February 26, 1828 in Darlington Co., South Carolina, and died 1908 in Darlington Co., South Carolina.

Children of JOHN WILSON and MARY LACOSTE are:

i. ELIZABETH CAROLINE8 WILSON.

ii. FORT EVANS WILSON.

iii. JOHN J WILSON.

iv. KATE A WILSON.

v. HANNAH KOLB WILSON, b. December 29, 1852, Darlington Co., South Carolina; d. June 07, 1886, Darlington Co., South Carolina.

vi. JAMES HARVEY WILSON, b. May 23, 1858, Darlington Co., South Carolina; d. July 29, 1863, Darlington Co., South Carolina.

vii. JOSEPH PALMER WILSON, b. January 07, 1860, Darlington Co., South Carolina; d. August 05, 1863, Darlington Co., South Carolina.

121. viii. MARY ELIZABETH WILSON, b. June 17, 1861, Darlington Co., South Carolina; d. February 19, 1923, Darlington Co., South Carolina.

ix. HENRY F WILSON, b. July 25, 1866, Darlington Co., South Carolina; d. July 09, 1887, Darlington Co., South Carolina.

x. LACOSTE WILSON, b. September 20, 1868, Darlington Co., South Carolina; d. September 06, 1874, Darlington Co., South Carolina.

xi. EDITH WILSON, b. December 05, 1871, Darlington Co., South Carolina; d. April 17, 1875, Darlington Co., South Carolina.

79. FURMAN EDWARDS7 WILSON (HANNAH KOLB6 EVANS, ENOCH JAMES5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, THOMAS2, EVAN AP1) was born February 17, 1826, and died January 31, 1897 in Darlington Co., South Carolina. He married JANE LIDE COKER. She was born August 16, 1831 in Darlington Co., South Carolina, and died November 22, 1923 in Darlington Co., South Carolina.

Children of FURMAN WILSON and JANE COKER are:

i. JAMES LIDE8 WILSON, b. 1851.

122. ii. JOHN FLAVEL WILSON, b. March 28, 1853, Darlington Co., South Carolina; d. August 22, 1932, Darlington Co., South Carolina.

iii. INFANT WILSON, b. June 05, 1855, Darlington Co., South Carolina; d. June 05, 1855, Darlington Co., South Carolina.

123. iv. WILLIAM COKER WILSON, b. June 26, 1856, Darlington Co., South Carolina; d. December 02, 1953, Darlington Co., South Carolina.

124. v. ANNIE ELIZABETH WILSON, b. March 28, 1859, Darlington Co., South Carolina; d. December 08, 1954, Darlington Co., South Carolina.

vi. MARION EVANS WILSON, b. 1862, Darlington Co., South Carolina; d. 1939, Darlington Co., South Carolina.

vii. CHARLES COKER WILSON, b. November 20, 1864, Darlington Co., South Carolina; m. ADELINE MCKENZIE SELBY.

viii. EDWARD FURMAN WILSON, b. Abt. 1866.

ix. FRANCES PUGH WILSON, b. 1867, Darlington Co., South Carolina; d. 1937, Darlington Co., South Carolina.

x. SUE STOUT WILSON, b. October 14, 1873, Darlington Co., South Carolina; d. April 13, 1974, Darlington Co., South Carolina. 80. NANCY7 HANKS (JAMES ABRAHAM THOMAS6, JOSEPH LUKE5, LUKE4, SARAH3 EVANS, CADWALADER2, EVAN AP1) was born February 05, 1784 in Campbell Co., KY, and died October 05, 1818 in Gentryville, IN. She married THOMAS LINCOLN June 12, 1806 in Washington Co., KY. He was born January 06, 1778 in Augusta Co., Virginia, and died January 17, 1851 in Farmington, IL. Child of NANCY HANKS and THOMAS LINCOLN is: 125. i. PRESIDENT ABRAHAM8 LINCOLN, b. February 12, 1809, Sinking Spring, Hodgenville, Hardin Co., KY; d. April 15, 1865, Washington, DC. -----------------------------------------------------------------------------

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