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Rebecca Orinda John Evans
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Birth: Aug. 20, 1852
Death: Jun. 18, 1903

Received in an email from Nancy in Carthage. Many thanks, Nancy.

Carthage Evening Press
June 18, 1903

Passed Away at the Home of Her Son Today - Funeral at Dudenville.

Mrs. Rebecca Orinda Evans, wife of Gilman Evans the well known farmer and banker, died at 6:45 this morning at the home of her son George, on Highland Avenue in southwest Carthage.
She had been sick several months with heart trouble and other complications and had been in Carthage about three weeks. Her husband and her son were with her at the end.
Other relatives live near the Dudenville home, and the funeral will be held there at 11 o'clock Saturday morning. It is a 20 mile drive and the funeral party will start from Carthage about 7 a.m. A Dudenville minister will be in charge.
Mrs. Evans was a Jasper county pioneer, having come here from Illinois in 1866. She was married in 1871 and with her husband settled on their farm six miles south of Golden City. She and her husband formerly lived for a number of years in this city. She was 51 years of age, and is survived by her husband and her son George Evans of the Post-Evans Drug Company 
Family links: 
  Elizabeth Fell John (1804 - 1876)
  Gilman Evans (1839 - 1911)
  George Albert Evans (1871 - 1934)*
  Aaron Ellis John (1828 - 1886)*
  William John (1832 - 1873)*
  Lemuel Dickson John (1849 - 1927)*
  Rebecca Orinda John Evans (1852 - 1903)
*Calculated relationship
Dudenville Cemetery
Dade County
Missouri, USA
Maintained by: Judy
Originally Created by: Doris Snyder
Record added: Mar 15, 2011
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Rebecca Orinda <i>John</i> Evans
Added by: Doris Snyder
Rebecca Orinda <i>John</i> Evans
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