Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Children and Grandchildren of Samuel and Nancy Evans

686. CALEB MAULE (MARY7 EVANS, SAMUEL6, MUSGRAVE5, EVAN4, THOMAS3, EVAN AP2 EVAN, IEVAN KNOWN AS EVAN ROBERT1 LEWIS) was born 1822. He married CYNTHIA ANN ROBBINS. She was born 1822.


Children of CALEB MAULE and CYNTHIA ROBBINS are:

i. MARY ELIZABETH MAULE, b. 1850; d. 1894; m. SAMUEL MUSGROVE EVANS; b. 1842.

ii. MARTHA JANE MAULE, b. 1854; d. 1939; m. GEORGE DANIEL SMITH; b. 1847; d. 1933.

iii. KATE MAULE, b. 1856; d. 1878; m. WILLIAM CAY.

iv. GARIE ANN MAULE, b. 1860; d. 1940; m. (1) CHARLES E. OBENCHAIN; m. (2) JOHN A. PURVIANCE; b. 1851.


687. LYDIA E. MALL (MARY7 EVANS, SAMUEL6, MUSGRAVE5, EVAN4, THOMAS3, EVAN AP2 EVAN, IEVAN KNOWN AS EVAN ROBERT1 LEWIS) was born 1827, and died 1907. She married THERIN KELSEY. He was born 1827, and died 1885.


Children of LYDIA MALL and THERIN KELSEY are:

i. CLARA KELSEY, b. 1851; d. 1905; m. EDWARD TASKER HOWARD; b. 1842.

ii. EDWARD KELSEY, b. 1853.

iii. MARY LOUISE KELSEY, b. 1860.

iv. CHARLES KELSEY, b. 1862.


688. CADWALLADER E. MAULE (MARY7 EVANS, SAMUEL6, MUSGRAVE5, EVAN4, THOMAS3, EVAN AP2 EVAN, IEVAN KNOWN AS EVAN ROBERT1 LEWIS) was born 1830, and died 1897. He married (1) MARTHA. He married (2) ISABELL TEXANA HENRY. She was born 1838, and died 1900.


Children of CADWALLADER MAULE and MARTHA are:

i. GEORGE MENIFEE MAULE, b. 1858; d. 1938; m. AMELIA ISABELL KELLEY; b. 1856; d. 1947.

ii. DANIEL QUINN MAULE, b. 1860.

iii. JAMES MAULE, b. 1861.


Children of CADWALLADER MAULE and ISABELL HENRY are:

iv. LIDDIE MAUL.

v. WILLIAM EDWARD MAUL, b. 1865.

vi. MARGARET MAUL, b. 1868.


689. ANNE E. MAULE (MARY7 EVANS, SAMUEL6, MUSGRAVE5, EVAN4, THOMAS3, EVAN AP2 EVAN, IEVAN KNOWN AS EVAN ROBERT1 LEWIS) was born 1823. She married WILLIAM M. EVANS, son of MUSGROVE EVANS and ABIGAIL BROWN. He was born 1821, and died 1884.


Children of ANNE MAULE and WILLIAM EVANS are:

i. SAMUEL MUSGROVE EVANS, b. 1842; m. MARY ELIZABETH MAULE; b. 1850; d. 1894.

ii. KATE ABI EVANS, b. 1843.

iii. MARY ELIZA EVANS, b. 1846.

iv. GEORGE WESLEY EVANS, b. 1848; d. 1925; m. KATE ISABEL MEANS; b. 1861; d. 1945.

v. THOMAS E. EVANS, b. 1853; d. 1870.


690. VINCENT LURAY EVANS (MUSGROVE7, SAMUEL6, MUSGRAVE5, EVAN4, THOMAS3, EVAN AP2 EVAN, IEVAN KNOWN AS EVAN ROBERT1 LEWIS) was born 1813. He married EMMA BROOKFIELD. She was born 1814, and died 1877.


Children of VINCENT EVANS and EMMA BROOKFIELD are:

i. HARRIETTE S. EVANS, m. THOMAS G. SIMPSON.

ii. SAMUEL BROWN EVANS, b. 1841; m. MATILDA J. MATTHEWS.


691. WILLIAM M. EVANS (MUSGROVE7, SAMUEL6, MUSGRAVE5, EVAN4, THOMAS3, EVAN AP2 EVAN, IEVAN KNOWN AS EVAN ROBERT1 LEWIS) was born 1821, and died 1884. He married (1) ANNE E. MAULE, daughter of JONATHAN MAULE and MARY EVANS. She was born 1823. He married (2) RHONDA MEANS HUGHES.


Children are listed above under (689) Anne E. Maule.


Child of WILLIAM EVANS and RHONDA HUGHES is:

i. CHANCE ANNE KATE9 EVANS, b. 1881.


692. GEORGE SPAFFORD EVANS (MUSGROVE7, SAMUEL6, MUSGRAVE5, EVAN4, THOMAS3, EVAN AP2 EVAN, IEVAN KNOWN AS EVAN ROBERT1 LEWIS) was born 1827, and died 1883. He married FRANCES E. MARKHAM. She died 1914.

From the University of California:

"General George S. Evans came to California in 1849 by way of Michigan and Texas, where he served in the Texas Rangers. Over the next ten years he was involved in mining, business, and eventually government work for both Tuolumne County and the State of California. He married Fannie Markham of Sonora in 1857. On October 16, 1861, he joined the California Volunteers at Camp Alert in San Francisco and was commissioned as a major, and later a lieutenant colonel, in the Tuolumne Rangers, Company E, Second Cavalry. Over the next two years he led three companies on Indian campaigns in Southern California and Utah. In 1863 he resigned his commission and returned to California, where he was involved in politics, serving as a state senator and the mayor of Stockton. In the 1880's he made an unsuccessful bid to be the Republican Party's gubernatorial candidate. He moved to San Francisco with his family in 1880, when he was appointed the State Harbor Commissioner. He remained there until his death in 1883."

From The California State Military Museum:

"In April 1862, Lieutenant Colonel George S. Evans led men from the Second Cavalry, California Volunteers into the Owens Valley to aid homesteaders and ranchers who were barely hanging on against attacks and ambushes by Paiute warriors. In the Fourth of July 1862, Col, Evans began the construction of a military post on Oak Creek in the heart of the valley. In honor of the day, he christened it Camp Independence. For the next several years companies of troopers from the Second Cavalry sallied forth from the camp to patrol the valley. During the spring and summer the action was frequent but usually of the skirmish variety, Each fall the Indians came in and made peace. They then lived off government rations until spring when they began their depredations again. There were dozens of skirmishes in the valley before Captain Moses A. McLaughlin developed a number of innovative tactics for dealing with the more than 500 Paiute warriors in the valley and the surrounding foothills."

A more extensive biography is on-line in the 1880 History of Tuolumne County.

Children of GEORGE EVANS and FRANCES MARKHAM are:

i. LIZZY HARTNEY EVANS, b. 1860; d. 1891.

ii. SUSIE L. EVANS, b. 1862; d. 1884; m. WALTER M. ORGAN.

iii. KATE MARIA EVANS, b. 1863; d. 1930; m. OZCAR HERMAN.

iv. FANNIE HALSEY EVANS, b. 1867; d. 1962; m. MARK GRAHAM LANE.

v. GEORGE STAFFORD EVANS, b. 1874; d. 1963; m. HATTIE MACMILLIKEN.

vi. WILSON BROWN EVANS, b. 1876.

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