EVANS, William, 1750-1817

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William Evans was born on December 4, 1750 to John and Elizabeth Evans, then or later of Kings Heath, Woros(1).  He became a woolstapler in Coventry and lived, after his marriage, in Warwick (2).
William Evans was born on December 4, 1750 to John and Elizabeth Evans, then or later of Kings Heath, Woros(1).  He became a woolstapler in Coventry and lived, after his marriage, in Warwick (2).
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He married Hannah Lamley (1751-1828) in 1790(3).  They had one child(4).  Evans was a representative of Warwick Leicester & Rutland Quarterly Meeting to the Yearly Meeting in 1791, 1802 and 1806 (5).
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He married [[EVANS, Hannah, 1752?-1828|Hannah Lamley]] (1751-1828) in 1790(3).  They had one child(4).  Evans was a representative of Warwick Leicester & Rutland Quarterly Meeting to the Yearly Meeting in 1791, 1802 and 1806 (5).
He died on December 9, 1817, at the age of sixty-seven(6).
He died on December 9, 1817, at the age of sixty-seven(6).

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William Evans (December 4, 1750 - December 9, 1817) was a woolstapler and representative of Warwick Leicester & Rutland Quarterly Meeting from Warwick, England.

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  • Name: William Evans
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  • Gender: M
  • Birth date: 4 December 1750
  • Place of birth:
  • Nationality: England
  • Spouse(s): Hannah Lamley (m., 1790)
  • Children: Lamley (1793)
  • Meeting: Warwick Leicester & Rutland Quarterly Meeting
  • Branch: Pre-separation
  • Disowned date: --
  • Death date: 9 December 1817
  • Place of death:
  • Works by:

Biography

William Evans was born on December 4, 1750 to John and Elizabeth Evans, then or later of Kings Heath, Woros(1). He became a woolstapler in Coventry and lived, after his marriage, in Warwick (2). He married Hannah Lamley (1751-1828) in 1790(3). They had one child(4). Evans was a representative of Warwick Leicester & Rutland Quarterly Meeting to the Yearly Meeting in 1791, 1802 and 1806 (5). He died on December 9, 1817, at the age of sixty-seven(6).

References and notes

  • (1) Warwick Leicester & Rutland QM Births Digest: no place of birth, parents abode, or occupation are given. His parents are described as "late of Kings heath" in the entry relating to his marriage (1790): Kings Heath is close to Kings Norton
  • (2) Described as woolstapler, of Coventry, in the entry relating to his marriage; William and Hannah Evans appear to have lived at Warwick from 1790 onwards
  • (3) 2 The marriage was at Warwick on 7 October 1790: he is described as of Coventry, woolstapler, son of John & Elizabeth Evans, late of Kings heath, Co of Worcester; she is described as daughter of William & Mary Lamley (decd) late of Bloxham, co of Oxford (Warwick Leicester & Rutland QM Marriages Digest)
  • (4) Listed in Warwick Leicester & Rutland QM Births and Burials Digests as follows:

Lamley qv b 20 June 1793 d 5 Aug 1815 aged 22 yrs

  • (5) List of representatives to Yearly Meeting 1668-1861 (typescript, Friends House Library)
  • (6) Warwick Leicester & Rutland QM Burials Digests he is described as a woolstapler


There is no reference to him in J Friends Hist Soc vol 1-53

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