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Henry George Evans, 1831-1906

Barbara Wicks Cady

Henry George Evans, 1831-1906

his wives, Anna Ramsey, Missouri Pool, Amelia Bethke, Henrietta Bethke, and their families

by Barbara Wicks Cady

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Published by B.W. Cady in [Havre, Mont.] (P.O. Box 1351, Havre 59501) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Evans family.,
  • Evans, Henry George, 1831-1906 -- Family.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    Statementby Barbara Wicks Cady.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCS71.E92 1992
    The Physical Object
    Pagination226 p. :
    Number of Pages226
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1218430M
    LC Control Number94216843

    She was born Mary Anne Evans but her pen name became George Eliot. She was born in the English Midlands in , the same year Queen Victoria first saw the light of day. Mary Anne's father Robert was an estate manager; the family had a good income'; she was the daughter of Robert's second by: 9. Soldiers of the First World War Links. A listing of links from records in the index to the and Censuses to the Soldiers of the First World War entries at the Library and Archives Canada web site.. Linking primarily done by Sean Delaney, Sandi Bellefeuille, and Adele Espina.

    “Such insights fill this book, which shows penetrating intelligence from first to last. Nancy Henry has managed, seamlessly but always with needed distinctions, to unite, in exacting interrelation and with edges sharp, George Eliot’s lived experience and imaginative experience.” (George Eliot-G.H. Lewes Studies, 1 September )Cited by: A native of Fermanagh, Ireland, Anna McBride Ramsey was a widow of a man named Mr. McBride, who was believed to have drowned in Quebec, Canada. She and her mother-in-law were from the same parish in Ireland. She became the first wife of Henry George Evans, who she met and married in DeWitt County, Illinois sometime.

    Third wife of Henry George Evans; they were married in sometime after the death of his second wife, Missouri Pool. They had one child, Lillie Emilie Jane or Minnie, who only lived for 3 months and 23 days. Before she married Henry, Amelia was working as a domestic servant in Decoria, Blue Earth County, Minn. She. William Evans has 62 books on Goodreads with ratings. William Evans’s most popular book is We Inherit What the Fires Left: Poems.


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