Evans [05220114]


May 1835: Directory of Alfreton, with the hamlet of Swanwick, the chapelry of Riddings, Shirland with Higham and Neighbourhoods. Shopkeepers and Dealers in Groceries and Sundries: Henry Evans, Greenhill Lane


November 1840: ‘A List of Packets and Passengers received on board the H.Cos. Steamer Victoria at Bombay for the Red Sea’: Passengers: Lieutenant Evans


12 January 1854: A Correct List of the Poll, at the Election of a Knight of the Shire, for the Eastern Division of the County of Gloucester. Cheltenham Polling District: Parish of Charlton Kings: Abode: Charlton Kings: Joseph Evans. Parish of Cheltenham: Abode: Shurdington: John Evans; Abode: Farm Street, Birmingham: Thomas Evans.


27 October 1866: The Register of Electors to Vote in the Choice of a Member or Members to Serve in Parliament, for the City of Gloucester, for 1866-7. The List of Freemen entitled to vote in the election of members to serve in Parliament for the City of Gloucester: Alfred Evans, Hare Lane; Arthur Evans, Kingsholm; Arthur Evans junior, Hare Lane; Charles Evans, Hare Lane; Charles Evans junior, Hare Lane; Charles Hill Evans, Windmill Parade; John Horatio Evans, Lower Barton Street; Thomas Evans, Southgate Street; William Evans, Albert Street; William Henry Evans, Quay. Occupiers: Hamlet of Barton St Mary: John Evans, house, Albert Street; Thomas Evans, coach house and stable, Barton Street; William Evans, house, Cambridge Street. Occupiers of houses in the hamlet of Barton St Michael: Thomas Evans, M.D., for a house in Barton Street. Occupiers of houses in St Catherine’s parish: Charles Evans for a house in Park Street. Occupiers of houses in Holy Trinity parish: Henry Evans of Taynton, for a house in Berkeley Street. Occupiers of houses in the parish of St Mary de Crypt: Thomas Evans of Southgate Street, for houses in Southgate Street and Southgate Street. Occupiers of property in the parish of St Mary de Grace: James Evans of Longsmith Street, for counting house, office and warehouse in Bull Lane. Occupiers of property in the parish of St John the Baptist: Frederick Evans, for a house in Hare Lane. Occupiers of property in the parish of St Mary de Lode and College Precincts: Evan Evans, for a house in College Gardens. Occupiers of property in the parish of St Nicholas: Llewellin Evans, for a house 38 Westgate Street; William Henry Evans, for a house in Quay Street. Occupiers of property in South Hamlet: Jasper Evans, for a house in High Orchard; Llewellen Evans, for a warehouse and office in High Orchard.


7 April 1879: Deserters from Her Majesty’s Service: A reward of from 5s to 20s is offered for the apprehension of Thomas Evans, [Reg. No:] —, 27th Brig. Dep; [born:] Colchester; [trade] labourer; [age] 23¼; [size:] 5[ft] 7½[in]; [hair:] black; [eyes:] blue; [face:] fresh; [coat & trousers:] check; [date of desertion:] 9 March 1879 [at] Leicester; [marks & remarks:] recruit, attested;

Alfred Evans, [Reg. No:] 383, 21st Foot; [born:] Bradford, York; [trade] boot rivetter; [age] 18; [size:] 5[ft] 5¼[in]; [hair:] brown; [eyes:] brown; [face:] fresh; [coat & trousers:] regimental; [date of desertion:] 17 March 1879 [at] Curragh; [marks & remarks:] broke out of guard-room;

Deserter from the Flint Militia —  absent from training: Thomas Evans, [Reg. No:] 2632, Flint Militia; [born:] Flint; [trade] labourer; [age] 24; [size:] 5[ft] 5[in]; [hair:] brown; [eyes:] blue; [face:] fresh; [coat & trousers:] —; [date of desertion:] 24 March 1879 [at] Mold; [marks & remarks: blank]


25 March 1880: Bill of sale by Thomas Evans, 50 Isaac Street, Park Road, and stables, 20 Kirk Street, Kirkdale Road, Liverpool, teamowner, in favour of Woolf Levy; and a bill of sale by Thomas William Evans, 37 Liverpool Road, Eccles, near Manchester, M.D., in favour of Union Loan, &c., Co.; and a bill of sale by Laura Anne Evans, 135 Church Street, Fulham, teacher of music, in favour of London & Westminster Loan, &c., Co.; and a bill of sale by Christopher Evans, 7 Lower Vauxhall, Wolverhampton, general dealer, in favour of Jonas Hart; and a bill of sale by Benjamin Evans, 13 Morgan Row, Cwmbach, near Aberdare, Glamorgan, butcher, in favour of Julius Praag; and a bill of sale by David Hugh Evans, Hendy, near Pontardulais, Carmarthen, butcher, in favour of Isaac Seline; and a bill of sale by John Evans, 7 Bowen Street, Hafod, Swansea, Glamorgan, copperman, in favour of Hyman Freedman; and a bill of sale by William Evans, Bridge Street, Pontardulais, Glamorgan, mechanic, in favour of Isaac Seline; and a bill of sale by William Evans, Westdown, Stamael, near Kidwelly, Carmarthen, farmer, in favour of David Barnett; and a bill of sale by David Morris, The Gloster Arms, Aberdare, Glamorgan, victualler, in favour of Evan Evans


25 March 1880: County court judgment against John Evans, Wantage, Berkshire, butcher


25 March 1880: Holder: Peter Moir & Son, auctioneers, &c., Edinburgh. Acceptor or Promiser: James T. Evans, ridingmaster, Church Lane, Edinburgh


15 June 1894: Local Yachting News, Dartmouth. Yachts that have been in harbour during the week are:- Abona, s.s., Mr Sheldon; Erne, cutter, Hypatia, yacht, Mr Benmore; Corinna, s.s., Mr Lambe; Vanity, cutter, Mr J. E. Vaughan; Siesta, schooner, Mr S. Brown; Arelia, schooner, Mr E. B. Forbes; Erl King, s.s., Major A. H. Davis; Ellida, yawl, Mr Corrie; Blandusia, s.s., Mr E. T. Cradock; Sybil, cutter, Mr Hacon; Sea Snake, s.s., Mr Kennerley; Joraida, schooner, Mr Gardner; Enchantress, schooner, Mr Belbin; Galatea, cutter, Lieut. Henn, R.N.; Cithona, s.s., Mr Evans; Semibreve, 1/2-rater, Colonel Gibbs; Aquila, yawl, Mr Popham; Kathleen, cutter, Mr P. Dean; Editha, 1-rater, Mr Wilton; Viva, 1-rater, Mr Ditcham; Chloris, yawl, Mr W. Garfit; Lady Godiva, yawl, Mr Hannyngton; Cassandra, s.s., Mr F. M. Huth; Moorhen, 1-rater, Capt. Orme Webb; Corinnette, 1/2-rater, Mr Lambe.

Hoylake Sailing Club. The first race of the season for the C class (decked yachts) came off on Saturday last. The starters were:- Irene, Mr C. H. Lancaster, scratch: Bedouin, Mr Fred Evans, 1 minute; Doris, Mr J. R. G. Langdow, 3 minutes; Kittiwake, Mr C. and J. Ridchalgh [sic]; Daphne, Mr J. Nelson Davies, 6½ minutes; Imp, Mr J. Halton Hall, 8 minutes; Gaiety Girl, Mr Fenner, 8 minutes. The two latter ships are the new Southport ¾-raters, designed by Mr W. Scott Hayward. The course was the outside one of about 11 miles. They were started at 2.30 with a nice light breeze about N.W., and Irene, determined to lose no time in wiping off her penalties, was first across the line, with Imp second and Doris last, a somewhat straggling start. It was a broad reach at R 3 Red buoy, and a close hand to Spencer Spit, then a run to L 1. Irene walked away all the time, and Doris, for the first time in her life, found herself beating Bedouin, while the yawl Daphne was hanging on to Kittiwake well. The two little raters were hopelessly out of it, but of the two Imp was doing best. There was no change in positions, Irene winning first prize and Doris second.


September 1896: Henry Phillip Evans [born 9 January 1878], of Post Office, Cavendish, cabinet maker, registered with the National Deposit Friendly Society. Still contributing through to December 1929


11 June 1903: Marriage, at St George’s, Wembdon, by the vicar, the Reverend J. M. Evans, A. J. Taylor son of the late Mr Samuel Taylor, of Bridgwater, to Annie Cook daughter of the late Captain Cook, also of Bridgwater


1 February 1906: Postcard to Miss M. A. Evans, Post Office, Llwynhendy, Llanelly: ‘Glad you reached Llwyn alright   Maggie was good to meet you at Llanelly. Didn’t I tell you she would be there. Went next door yesterday. The damage was four, four and a half. I don’t think you can grumble at that. The head cook came yesterday, I think we have been lucky. Love to all   Gwennie   What ho: the curate   Hard lines   Is Syd still existing?’


September 1909: Clergy: The Reverend Canon Foster, Rural Dean of Gloucester, All Saints’ Vicarage; the Reverend Alfred H. Cheesman, 17 Derby Road (editor of the parish magazine); the Reverend Harold E. Evans, 31 Alfred Street. Churchwardens: Mr E. Hawkins, Acton Villa, Regent Street; Mr Read, Throstle Nest, Weston Road. Verger: Mr E. Huggins, 26 Stratton Road.


31 July 1914: Falmouth Visitors List: King’s Hotel: Mr and Mrs L. Nunn, Mr Barton, Mr Jollan and chauffeur, Mr and Mrs Corrie, Messrs Cross, Franklin, Pugh, Gresty, Spanner, Wright, Evans, Braund

Falmouth Visitors List: Boscawen Private Hotel: Mr and Mrs G. S. Davis, Miss Dowell, London; Mr Patrick Brown, Miss Brown, Streatham; Miss Evans, Cheltenham; Mr and Mrs Alexander Stephen, Miss Stephen, London; Signor Edoardo Salerni, Rome; Miss M. H. Marris, Birmingham; Mrs L. Cumine, Mr Cumine, Miss Cumine, Sedburgh; Mr W. H. Powell, London; Miss Joce, Miss E. Joce, Mr Owen Joce, Wimbledon; Miss Burbridge, Mrs Gordon, London.


January 1915: Miss Maude Evans, comedienne, mandoliniste and banjoist, 5 Finsbury Park Road; Dudley Evans, honorary member, 253 Lavender Hill, Clapham Junction – Honorary members, who must not be performers in any way connected with the musical profession, may be elected at the discretion of the Committee and shall pay an Annual Subscription of 21/-. Such Honorary Members shall not be entitled to participate in any of the benefits of the Association, but shall be entitled to come to the At Homes or Social Gatherings and to introduce to such gatherings as many friends as the Committee may from time to time deem advisable.


November 1923: News of Old Girls: Nora Evans (1918) is still teaching at the Hulme Grammar School. She gave us all very great pleasure at the Social this year by her clever impersonation of ‘Em’ly’ in ‘between the Soup and the Savory’, and we thank her heartily.

Old Girls’ Society: ‘The Annual Social was held, as usual, on the first Friday in October this year. Three dramatic performances were given – (1) a reading from “Pride and Prejudice”, by Miss Davies-Colley and Miss Lea; (2) “Mechanical Jane”, by Miss Burns, Miss Gorsuch and Miss Flynn; (3) “Between the Soup and the Savoury”, by Nora Evans and Ethel and Minnie Pilling. After supper came dancing, and also some delightful songs by Mrs Johnson (Kathleen Musk).’


April 1925: Heaviley School: Don’t forget the Anniversary Quarter-Day, Sunday, April 5, at 2.15 p.m. Speaker, Rev. Reece Evans, of Buxton Road Congregational Church. A good attendance is earnestly desired.


1 April 1931: representatives of the four Territorial battalions invited to the trooping of the colour of the First Battalion Sherwood Foresters at Shorncliffe: 5th Battalion: C.Q.M.S. J. Evans, C.Q.M.S. H.Barnett, Sgt T. Reynolds, Sgt B. Symonds and Sgt W. Hilliard; 6th Battalion, C.Q.M.S. C. F. Cooper, C.Q.M.S. R. Edge, C.Q.M.S. J. B. Spencer, Drum Major W. Hopkinson and Sgt G. W. Williams; 7th Battalion, Bugle-Major T. Allwood and Sgt E. Pritchett; 8th Battalion, R.Q.M.S. T. Powell, C.S.M. G. E. Bee, C.Q.M.S. E. M. Griffen and C.S.M. A. J. Bayliss;

Rural council elections: Clowne: Creswell: candidates: Mrs G. E. Wood, J. A. Rogers, R. Parkes, J. T. Rice, W. J. Evans, W. T. Jones, H. White, J. McDermott, H. W. Cooper, E. Johnson, W. Keyworth


January 1932: Candidate for membership of the Cyclists’ Touring Club: F. Evans, 46 Delaford Road, S.W.6


January 1936: Valete: VI Sc.: L. W. Evans, prefect, cricket 2nd XI, has become a dockyard apprentice; V C.: J. Evans is a dockyard apprentice;

Examination Successes: Oxford School Certificate Examination Results 1935: Certificate with Honours and Matriculation Exemption: A. B. Banks, A. L. Barlow, K. F. J. Belt, R. A. Coleman, C. D. Coomey, A. Cope, K. Farrell, R. F. Hammond, H. Littlefield, M. G. Lovell, E. Newbery, W. L. Oakshatt, E. E. H. Osgood, R. Reeds, R. L. Vaughan, D. J. Wilkes, E. Wilkinson, K. F. Wood, G. B. D. Wroe. Certificate with Honours: W. P. Padbury. Certificate with Matriculation Exemption: R. E. Connor, F. H. Elsey, R. James, R. Lacey, V. Lillie, F. W. Newman, D. Vick. Certificate: E. K. Barnfield,  J. E. Boxall, B. Chamberlin, F. L. G. Dickson, B. E. Dyer, G. S. Englefield, H. R. Evans, A. Flower, R. W. Godfrey, J. Grace, B. E. Hébert, J. M. Holder, T. Ireton, L. Jeffries, J. J. R. Kelsey, H. W. Laishley, H. Morrow, N. Norris, E. H. Peters, A. E. Smith, E. H. Sutton, R. Tallack, L. Wilman. Distinctions: English – G. B. D. Wroe; Mathematics – C. D. Cooney, A. Cope, K. Farrell, H. W. Laishley, W. L. Oakshatt, R. L. Vaughan, G. B. D. Wroe; Latin – G. B. D. Wroe; Physics – K. Farrell; Geography – G. B. D. Wroe; Additional Mathematics – K. Baisbrown, J. H. C. Nightingall, S. E. Prior. The following Special Candidates passed in Additional Mathematics: K. Baisbrown, L. J. Evans, L. C. Ley, E. R. Nicholas, J. H. C. Nightingall, B. A. Page, S. E. Prior, G. W. Rose

Examination Successes: Dockyard & Artificer Apprentices Examination, 1935: D. W. Devonshire, K. P. Farrell, E. S. Homyer, R. S. Blanchard, E. R. Nicholas, P. T. King, L. J. Evans, R. Connor *, A. J. Cope, R, C, Horswell *, E. E. H. Osgood, E. R. Wilkinson, G. F. Kidd, K. S. C. Hancock, C. A. Little, V. O. Lillie, R. S. Paradise, J. A. Grace, D. L. A. Vick, W. J. Cochran, M. B. G. Flack, W. L. Oakshatt *, W. P. Padbury, W. T. A. Greer, R. T. James *, W. H. Childs *, J. E. Raggett *, R. J. Lacey, K. G. Franklin, W. L. Prangnell, W. K. Richards, J. James, H. Colyer, M. Sweetman, S. H. New *, A. E. Catmore *, R. A. Morris *, C. A. T. Russell *, R. Farmer, M. Smith *.

Literary & Debating Society. ‘The most popular meeting of term, possibly the most popular in the Society’s history, took place on November 15th, when a “Grousers’ Night” was held. Judging by the attendance, members and others were far from satisfied with the School and its rules. Moyes complained of the lack of interest taken in certain sections of the School; O’Leary lamented the lack of respect for tradition and authority in the school; Hébert demanded a complete revision of school rules, while Mr Evans deplored the absence of manners among boys of the school. Read, as usual, attacked all and sundry; Jones spoke on behalf of the prefects, for whom Mitchell saw no use; Hicks called for more intensive training of school teams, while Mr Walker complained of wasted time. Stainer and Lowe attacked the present prefectorial system, and Bennett asked for a graded system of conduct marks. The Headmaster replied, promising to give attention to any wrongs that required setting right.’

Old Nortonians: Secretary, E. Evans, Esq., 62 Kingston Crescent. The Annual General Meeting was held at the School on October 17th. The election of officers resulted in Mr Bishop assuming the role of Chairman, thus occupying the only office which he has so far not been called upon to fill. His election was a popular one. The thanks of the Association are again due to Mr Evans for undertaking the arduous office of Secretary and Treasurer.


3 February 1937: Syvia Evans, aged 11, Bridge Nook, Ordsall Road, enrolled in the 1st Retford Company of Girl Guides.


17 May 1945: Next Week’s Calls. Moss Empires: Leeds, Theatre Royal – Francis Laidler’s “Humpty Dumpty”. Norman Evans, Betty Jumel. etc. (5.30. Mats. Mon., Tues., Wed., Thurs. and Sat., 1.30.)


December 1945: Candidate for membership of the Cyclists’ Touring Club: Miss M. Evans, 1/18 Irving Street, Birmingham 16


12 June 1951: M. Evans, soprano, The Alexandra Choir


15 April 1953: County court judgments against Richard Evans, 134 Brassey Road, Winton, Bournemouth; and against Lawrence Evans, Hillside House, Farnborough, builder and contractor; and against Miss K. Evans, 16 Bury Place, Holborn; and against John Thomas Evans, 50 York Place, Newport, Monmouthshire; and against Mr P. and Miss/Mrs N. Evans, 38 Cardiff Street, Newport, amusement caterers; and against Reginald Wilfred Evans and Doris his wife, Handel House, Freehold Land, Pontnewynydd; and against Frank Edward James Evans, 52 Moreton Road, Bushbury, Wolverhampton, clerk; and against Mr J. Evans, 8 School Lane, Bushbury, Wolverhampton; and against Albert Evans, 53 Thompsons Avenue, Edlington, Yorkshire, miner; and against Mr A. C. Evans, Handicraft Supplies, 15 Hanover Street, Merthyr Tydfil; and against Mr T. Evans, Tyr Gelie Farm, Ynysybwl, Glamorgan


January 1957: Members of the Amateur Fencing Association: Flight Lieutenant John J. Evans; L. F. Evans; R. D. Evans


4 October 1963: Bronwen Evans, dancer, Covent Garden Opera Ballet; Edgar Evans, artist


12 December 1964: Notice of marriage between Kenneth George Brittain, 20 [born 23 September 1944], bachelor, 23932385 fusileer (Royal Welsh Fusileers), 4 Cross Street, Ynysyboeth, near Abercynon, and Ann Evans, 21 [born 9 December 1943], machine operator (aero zipp factory), 34 Lower High Street, Bedlinog: intended to be solemnized at Bethel Full Gospel Mission, Bedlinog, Gelligaer.


9 November 1968, Alun Evans, Liverpool Fan Club, c/o Carolyn and Judith, 24 Ludlow Road, Bridgnorth, Salop


20 February 1976, Micky Evans, footballer, Crewe Alexandra. “Micky Evans hasn’t missed a League match this season and is now considered one of the most complete defenders in the Division. Hails from West Brom and joined Walsall, but he came to the front at Swansea and followed former ‘Swans’ manager Harry Gregg to Crewe. Stands six feet in height.”


18 December 1976, Mick Evans, footballer, Crewe Alexandra


7 May 1977: Micky Evans, footballer, Crewe Alexandra


29 September 1990: Programme for a performance of Terence Rattigan’s Flare Path, at King’s Head Theatre Club, 115 Upper Street, Islington: