'Evans02'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Evans of Bury St. Edmunds, Evans of Kingsland, Evans of Lethdrddu, Evans of North Tuddenham, Evans of Trefeilir
[We are not aware of any connection between the families shown below. They share the page for our convenience.]

1. John
A. Evan
  m. Dorothy (dau of Griffith ap Robert, of Llethrddu)
  i. Richard (ap) Evans
  m. Gwen Hughes
  a. William Evans 'of Lethrddu' (b 1691-2, d 07.08.1748)
m. (10.1723) Margaret Morgan (dau of William Morgan, Chancellor of Bangor)
  (1) Charles Evans of Trefeilir, Sheriff of Carnarvonshire (b 1725-6, bur 18.09.1802)
  m. (14.07.1761) Elizabeth (b 1739-40, bur 01.03.1805, dau/heir of Hugh Lewis of Pont Newydd)
  (A) Hugh Evans in Holyhead, Sheriff of Anglesey (bpt 08.07.1766, d 20.01.1831, 3rd son)
  m. Elizabeth Baynton Rolt Furness (dau of Capt. James Furness of Holyhead by Anne, dau of Sir Edward Baynton of Wiltshire)
  (i) Charles Henry Evans of Trefeilir & Henblas Sheriff of Anglesey (b c1794, d 01.11.1855, 2nd son) had issue
  m. (27.01.1832) Henrietta Warren (dau of John Warren, Dean of Bangor)
(ii) Mary Evans
  m. (16.09.1838) W.H. Warren (RN)
  (iii)+ other issue - James Furness (bpt 23.02.1797, d 17.04.1798), Anne Margaret (bpt 07.03.1800, d 29.08.1813)
  (B)+ other issue - William (bpt 27.07.163, bur 13.04.1803), Charles (d 24.01.1807), John (bur 18.09.1802, cleric), Elizabeth (bpt 28.05.1761, bur 13.10.1803), Anne (d tyoung), Margaret (bpt 28.06.1762, d unm 19.10.1798), Mary (d young), Jane (bpt 21.06.1768)
  (2) Richard Evans (b 1730, d 23.08.1797, rector of Kingsland, prebendary of Bangor & Hereford)
  m. Jane (b 1744, d 31.05.1827, dau of Robert Lloyd of Cefn by Susannah, dau of Henry Butler of Llysfaen)
  (A) William Evans (rector of Kingsland, vicar of Vowchurch, 2nd son)
  m. Margaret Leaford Goodwin (dau of Anthony Goodwin of Wickworth)
  (i) Margaret Leaford Evans (b 1801, d 1832)
  m. Rev. Philip Whitcombe
(ii)+ other issue - Richard Davies, William Rowland, Jane Elizabeth (d unm)
  (B) Edward Evans (b 1778, d 1852, Major) had issue
  m. Ann Weaver (b 1778, d 12.1855, dau/heir of John Weaver of Eyton Hall)
  (C)+ other issue - Richard Davies (dsp 1821, rector of Kingston), Robert (d infant), Susannah, Jane (d infant), Arabella (d infant)
  (3) William Evans of Glan Alaw, Sheriff of Anglesey (d 28.02.1807)
  m1. Jane (d 06.04.1806, dau of Owen Davies of Plas ucha)
  (A)+ issue (d infant) - William (bpt 29.089.1766), Henry (bpt 07.06.1769, bur 21.07.1769), Elizabeth (bur 30.06.1766)
  m2. (19.02.1807) Margaret
  (D) William Evans (bpt 30.06.1771, dsp)
  (4) Dulcibella Evans
  m. Henry Rowlands (vicar of Llanidan)
  (5) Elizabeth Evans



BLG1862 reports that this family "is of Welsh extraction, and was originally seated in Carmarthenshire, whence a branch removed in the reign of James I to Ireland. Another scion", who settled in Suffolk about 1695, was ...
Thomas Evans of Bury St. Edmunds
m. (1697) Hannah Case (dau of Thomas Case of Eton Bardolph)
1. Thomas Evans of Bury St. Edmunds, 1st of Tuddenham (Norfolk) (d 23.02.1768, Recorder) the first mentioned by Carthew
m. (1725) Elizabeth Denny (dau/heir of Samuel Denny of Eye, m2. Edmund Jenny of Bungay)
  A. Thomas Browne Evans of North Tuddenham, Sheriff of Norfolk (d 1827)
  m. (1787) Mary Hase (d 09.04.1798, dau of Edward Hase by Virtue of Sall House, niece of Sir J. Lombe of Great Melton, Bart)
  i. Thomas Browne Evans of North Tuddenham & Dene (Oxfordshire) (b 31.05.1789, d 08.08.1871) had issue
  m. Charlotte Simeon (d 1860, dau of John Simeon (Master in Chancery))
  ii. Edward Evans, later Lombe (a 1827, dsp, Rector of Eriswell & Eccles)
  m. "a French lady"
  iii. Henry Evans, later Lombe of Bylaugh Park & Melton Hall (b 26.06.1792, d 10.10.1878, Rector of Lyng) had issue
  m. (19.10.1818) Sophia Cubitt (d 04.1880, dau of Thomas Cubitt of Honing Hall)

Main source(s):
(1) For upper section (uploaded 28.08.10) : Griffith's Pedigrees (Llethrddu (p135) & Henblas (p122))
(2) For lower section (uploaded 03.07.22) : BLG1862 ('Evans of Tuddenham and Dene'), 'The Hundred of Launditch and Deanery of Brisley' (G.A. Carthew, 1877, Part 3, 'Evans', p403)
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