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Viola Jane Evans
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Birth: Nov. 24, 1883
Death: Nov. 3, 1899

EVANS, Viola Jane Born 11-24-1883 Died 11-3-1899 dau of Daniel S. & Emma Maria Evans

EVANS, VIOLA JANE
Born November 24, 1883, to Daniel and Emma Wafler Evans; died Nov. 3, 1899. She was sixteen years and six days old (?). About two months ago she was taken slightly ill, but nothing serious was anticipated; but when a rapid decline set in, and a counsel of physicians was held, it was decided that quick consumption had wrought its work so well that there was no hope for recovery. She was confined to her bed but two weeks, and suffered very little, a fact which was a comfort to her loved ones. Miss Evans united with the M.E. church in 1896, and since has been a sweet spirited, devoted Christian. She was a member of Mrs. E.I. Weaver's Sunday School class. Beloved by all who knew her, in her sickness, she was surrounded by many friends who hoped in vain for her return to health. Lot 169 
 
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 Parents:
  Daniel S Evans (1849 - 1923)
  Emma Almira Wafler Evans (1854 - 1932)
 
 Siblings:
  David Clarence Evans (1875 - 1959)*
  Harry Daniel Evans (1877 - 1956)*
  Harvey Evans (1881 - 1962)*
  Viola Jane Evans (1883 - 1899)
  Nora B Evans Evans (1888 - 1984)*
  Clair M Evans (1895 - 1981)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Until the Day Dawn Cemetery
Angelica
Allegany County
New York, USA
Plot: Lot 169
 
Created by: Zoe Tom
Record added: May 21, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 70193991
Viola Jane Evans
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