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Husband: Hugh S. EVANS {1,2,3} [See Notes] Birth: 24 Dec 1807 {4,5} Marriage: 14 May 1834 Mary WHITE {5} Death: 31 Dec 1891 Greenfield, Highland, Ohio {5,6} Burial: Greenfield Cemetery, Greenfield, Highland, Ohio {7,7}
Father: Amos EVANS {7} Mother: Eilzabeth (---) {7}
Wife: Mary WHITE {7,8,9} [See Notes] Birth: 13 Oct 1814 {9,10,11} Marriage: 14 May 1834 Hugh S. EVANS {11} Death: 11 Dec 1894 Greenfield, Highland, Ohio {11,11} Burial: Greenfield Cemetery, Greenfield, Highland, Ohio {12,12}
Father: Charles WHITE {13,14,15,16,17,18,19,20,21,22} Mother: Charlotte DOWNS {23,24,24,25}
Children
F Elizabeth H. EVANS {26,26} [See Notes] Birth: abt 3 May 1835 {26} Death: 3 May 1862 Greenfield, Highland, Ohio {27,27} Burial: Greenfield Cemetery, Greenfield, Highland, Ohio {27,27}
F Ann C. EVANS {28} Birth: abt 1837 {28}
F Drusilla Downs EVANS {28,29,30} [See Notes] Birth: 30 May 1839 {30} Marriage: 1865 William F. CRISPIN {30} Death: 16 May 1872 Greenfield, Highland, Ohio {30,30} Burial: Greenfield Cemetery, Greenfield, Highland, Ohio {30}
F Mary E. EVANS {31} Birth: abt 1845 {31}
F Olga Forester EVANS {31,32,33,34} [See Notes] Birth: abt 1856 Greenfield, Highland, Ohio {34,34} Death: 13 Sep 1917 {34,34}
* Small numbers in brackets { } after names and events refer to source citations below.


CITATIONS
* Numbers in brackets { } indicate the number reference in Bibliography.
  1. Application for Membership to The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution. {1} National Number 65071, 5-Feb-1908.
  2. 1850 Federal Census, Ohio, Highland County, Madison, M432_694, Page 146, Image 204. {2} Line 26.
  3. 1870 Federal Census, Ohio, Highland County, Madison, M593_1222, Page 200, Image 402. {3} Line 35.
  4. Application for Membership to The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution. {1} National Number 92548, 3-Apr-1912.
  5. Gunn, Dale C. Transcription of Cemetery Markers, Greenfield Cemetery, Greenfield, Highland, Ohio. (Friday, 4-Sep-2009). {4} Grave monument states 23 Dec 1807.
  6. Gunn, Dale C. Transcription of Cemetery Markers, Greenfield Cemetery, Greenfield, Highland, Ohio. (Friday, 4-Sep-2009). {4}
  7. Greenfield, Highland County, Ohio. Greenfield Cemetery Records. {5} Number 4650. (http://www.greenfieldohio.net/Cemetery_Records.html : Accessed 26-Jun-2009) Filename: http://www.greenfieldohio.net/cemetery.pdf.
  8. 1850 Federal Census, Ohio, Highland County, Madison, M432_694, Page 146, Image 204. {2} Line 27.
  9. 1870 Federal Census, Ohio, Highland County, Madison, M593_1222, Page 200, Image 402. {3} Line 36.
  10. Greenfield, Highland County, Ohio. Greenfield Cemetery Records. {5} (http://www.greenfieldohio.net/Cemetery_Records.html : Accessed 26-Jun-2009) Filename: http://www.greenfieldohio.net/cemetery.pdf Cemetery record has birthdate of 13 Oct 1814.
  11. Gunn, Dale C. Transcription of Cemetery Markers, Greenfield Cemetery, Greenfield, Highland, Ohio. (Friday, 4-Sep-2009). {4} Grave monument has birthdate of 13 Oct 1814.
  12. Greenfield, Highland County, Ohio. Greenfield Cemetery Records. {5} Number 4656. (http://www.greenfieldohio.net/Cemetery_Records.html : Accessed 26-Jun-2009) Filename: http://www.greenfieldohio.net/cemetery.pdf.
  13. Application for Membership to The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution. {1} DAR National Number 37023, 2-Oct-1901. Julianna White.
  14. Copy of handwritten information John R. Gunn. {6}
  15. Gottlieb, Agnes Effie (GUNN). Descendants of Private Charles White. (After 1938, New Mexico). {7}
  16. The History Of Hardin County Ohio. (Chicago: Warner, Beers & Co. 1883). {8} Page 1057 - 1058.
  17. 1840 Federal Census, Ohio, Highland County, Greenfield, M704, Roll 403, Page 24. {9}
  18. 1850 Federal Census, Ohio, Highland County, Madison, M432_694, Page 146, Image 204. {2} Line 33.
  19. Greenfield Ohio Historical Society. Greenfield, Ohio, 1799-1999. (2000. Paducah, Ky: Turner Pub. Co.). {10} Page 119.
  20. Klise, J. W.; Hough, A. E.; Northwestern Historical Association. The County of Highland: A History of Highland County, Ohio, from the Earliest Days. (Northwestern Historical Association, 1902). {11} Page 312-314.
  21. Williams Bros. History of Ross and Highland counties, Ohio: with illustrations and biographical sketches. (Cleveland, Ohio: Williams Bros., 1880). {12}
  22. Ayres, Elsie Johnson. The Hills of Highland. (Springfield, Ohio: H.K. Skinner & Son, 1971) G OH.91 HIG AYR. {13} Page 373, 409. Ref to ground breaking ceremony for construction of Belpre and Cincinnati Company railroad, 2 May 1851.
  23. Application for Membership to The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution. {1} National Number 37023, 2-Oct-1901. Julianna White.
  24. Ayres, Elsie Johnson. The Hills of Highland. (Springfield, Ohio: H.K. Skinner & Son, 1971) G OH.91 HIG AYR. {13} Page 409.
  25. U.S., Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970. (Ancestry.com. U.S., Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2011.). {14} about Charlotte Downs Volume: 247; SAR Membership Number: 49335.
  26. 1850 Federal Census, Ohio, Highland County, Madison, M432_694, Page 146, Image 204. {2} Line 28.
  27. Greenfield, Highland County, Ohio. Greenfield Cemetery Records. {5} Number 4646. (http://www.greenfieldohio.net/Cemetery_Records.html : Accessed 26-Jun-2009) Filename: http://www.greenfieldohio.net/cemetery.pdf.
  28. 1850 Federal Census, Ohio, Highland County, Madison, M432_694, Page 146, Image 204. {2} Line 29.
  29. 1850 Federal Census, Ohio, Highland County, Madison, M432_694, Page 146, Image 204. {2} Line 30.
  30. National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Lineage Book. {15} Volume XCIII, 92001 - 93000, 1912, Page 173. (Alice Louise McDuffee, Historian General, Washington, DC, 1927).
  31. 1850 Federal Census, Ohio, Highland County, Madison, M432_694, Page 146, Image 204. {2} Line 31.
  32. 1870 Federal Census, Ohio, Highland County, Madison, M593_1222, Page 200, Image 402. {3} Line 37.
  33. National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Lineage Book. {15} Volume LXVI, 65001 - 66000, 1908, Page 25. (Mary M. DeBolt, Historian General, Washington, DC, 1923).
  34. National Society, Sons of the American Revolution. Application for Membership. {16} SAR # 49335.

BIBLIOGRAPHY
* Numbers in brackets { } indicate the number reference in Repository List.
  1. Application for Membership to The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution. {1}
  2. 1850 Federal Census, Ohio, Highland County, Madison, M432_694, Page 146, Image 204.
  3. 1870 Federal Census, Ohio, Highland County, Madison, M593_1222, Page 200, Image 402.
  4. Gunn, Dale C. Transcription of Cemetery Markers, Greenfield Cemetery, Greenfield, Highland, Ohio. (Friday, 4-Sep-2009). {2}
  5. Greenfield, Highland County, Ohio. Greenfield Cemetery Records. (http://www.greenfieldohio.net/Cemetery_Records.html : Accessed 26-Jun-2009) Filename: http://www.greenfieldohio.net/cemetery.pdf . {3}
  6. Copy of handwritten information John R. Gunn. Typewritten page passed down from Alice Hardie, wife of John R. Gunn. . {2}
  7. Gottlieb, Agnes Effie (GUNN). Descendants of Private Charles White. (After 1938, New Mexico). Photocopy of typewritten paper. Two pages. Obtained from Colin D. Gunn Sep-2007. Originally from belongings of Alice (HARDIE) Gunn. Has "Alice" in script written in upper right corner. Presumably written by Agnes Effie (GUNN) Gottlieb. {2}
  8. The History Of Hardin County Ohio. (Chicago: Warner, Beers & Co. 1883). Containing A History of the County; Its Townships, Towns, Churches, Schools, Etc, General and Local Statistics; Military Record; Portraits of Early Settlers and Prominent Men; History of the Northwest Territory; History of Ohio; Miscellaneous Matters, Etc, Etc, Illustrated. . {4}
  9. 1840 Federal Census, Ohio, Highland County, Greenfield, M704, Roll 403, Page 24. {5}
  10. Greenfield Ohio Historical Society. Greenfield, Ohio, 1799-1999. (2000. Paducah, Ky: Turner Pub. Co.). Digital images. Google Book Search. Greenfield, Ohio, 1799-1999 By Greenfield Ohio Historical Society. (http://books.google.com/ : accessed 26 Mar 2008) .
  11. Klise, J. W.; Hough, A. E.; Northwestern Historical Association. The County of Highland: A History of Highland County, Ohio, from the Earliest Days. (Northwestern Historical Association, 1902). Digitized Feb 8, 2008; 535 pages (http://books.google.com/books?id=3DsVAAAAYAAJ : Accessed 15-Nov 2008) . {6}
  12. Williams Bros. History of Ross and Highland counties, Ohio: with illustrations and biographical sketches. (Cleveland, Ohio: Williams Bros., 1880).
  13. Ayres, Elsie Johnson. The Hills of Highland. (Springfield, Ohio: H.K. Skinner & Son, 1971) G OH.91 HIG AYR. {7}
  14. U.S., Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970. (Ancestry.com. U.S., Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2011.). Original data: Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970. Louisville, Kentucky: National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution. Microfilm, 508 rolls. {5}
  15. National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Lineage Book. {8}
  16. National Society, Sons of the American Revolution. Application for Membership. {9}

REPOSITORIES
  1. National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, DAR Library, 1776 D Street, NW, Washington, DC 20006-5303, 202-879-3229, searchservice(at)dar.org, http://www.dar.org/. Web site: http://www.dar.org/.
  2. Dale Christopher Gunn, 94 Washington St., Hudson, MA 01749, 978-562-8531 or 978-549-4159, dcgunn(at)gmail.com, http://dalecgunn.com/.
  3. Greenfield Ohio Web site, http://www.greenfieldohio.net/Welcome.html.
  4. Heritage Pursuit.com Web Site, http://www.heritagepursuit.com/Hardin/HarIndex.htm.
  5. Ancestrylibrary.com Web Site, http://ancestrylibrary.com/.
  6. Google Books, Google Inc., 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, 650-930-3555, press(at)google.com, http://books.google.com/books.
  7. Carnegie Public Library, 127 S. North Street, Washington Court House, OH 43160, (740) 335-2540, girtonpo(at)oplin.org, http://www.cplwcho.org/.
  8. Worcester Public Library, 3 Salem Square, Worcester, MA 01608,, 508-799-1655, http://www.worcpublib.org/.
  9. National Society Sons of the American Revolution, 1000 South Fourth Street, Louisville, Kentucky 40203,, 502-589-1776, mchristi(at)sar.org, http://www.sar.org/.

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