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Marriage: Children:
  1. Lucy Ann Evans: Birth: 28 MAY 1825 in Washington County, IN. Death: 29 APR 1910 in Marion Twp., Putnam County, IN

  2. Louisa Evans: Birth: 17 MAY 1827 in Washington County, IN. Death: 04 FEB 1901 in Spencer, Clay County, IA

  3. William Evans: Birth: 1829 in IN. Death: 1898 in Appanoose County, IA

  4. Henry R. Evans: Birth: FEB 1831 in IN. Death: AFT 1900

  5. James Evans: Birth: FEB 1833 in IN. Death: BET 1900 AND 1910 in MO

  6. Triphena Evans: Birth: 12 APR 1835 in IN. Death: 25 SEP 1898 in Lucas County, IA

  7. Sarah Evans: Birth: 19 AUG 1837 in IN. Death: 24 AUG 1908 in Centerville, Center Twp., Appanoose County, IA

  8. Thomas Evans: Birth: 1839 in IN. Death: AFT 1880

  9. Mary C. Evans: Birth: APR 1846 in IN. Death: AFT 1920

1. Title:   Ancestors of Donald R. Hickman
Author:   Donald R. Hickman
2. Title:   Probate Records of Montgomery County KS
3. Title:   6th Census of the United States, 1840.
Page:   Indiana, Putnam County, Madison Twp. Page 389
Author:   United States Census Office
4. Title:   1846 Iowa State Census
5. Title:   7th Census of the United States, 1850.
Page:   Iowa, Monroe County, District 13 Page 652, Family 367
6. Title:   1856 State Census of Iowa
Page:   7
Publication:   Name:;
7. Title:   8th Census of the United States, 1860.
Page:   Iowa, Monroe County, Jackson Twp., Osprey Roll 336, Page 184, Family 1263
Author:   United States Census Office
8. Title:   9th Census of the United States, 1870.
Page:   Indiana, Putnam County, Jefferson Twp., Mt. Meridian Roll 353, Page 155B, Family 65
Author:   United States Census Office
9. Title:   10th Census of the United States, 1880
Page:   Indiana, Putnam County, Marion Twp. SD 4, ED 154, Page 3, Family 20 Roll T9-0306, page 424C
Author:   United States Census Office
10. Title:   Ancestral File
Author:   Church of Latter Day Saints
Publication:   Name:;

a. Note:   H00242
Note:   From "The Hickmans", by Donald Roger Hickman (
  So the young family of Solomon [Hickman], Louisa [his wife] and 1 1/2 year old William Henry, along with Louis'a parents [Robert Evans and Margaret Warinner] and their other seven children set out of Iowa in the early spring of 1849. They crossed the state of Illinois in their wagons until they reached the Mississippi river, "The Father of All Waters" as the Indians called it. ... They still had a hundred miles to go to even reach John [Evans] 's place in Wapello County. Covered wagons without number streamed across the prairie from the east. AFter stopping at John's where they stayed a short while, they were eager to push on to the west in order to find some good land. The futher west they went, the fewer cabins and farms they saw. They stopped at a point on the north side of the Chariton river running northwest to southeast, where on 24 June 1849 Solomon paid the government $200 for 160 acres in Lucas County. Louisa's father Robert did the same for Monroe County land that was just on the other side of the county border. Today part of his former property is submerged in the form of Lake Rathbun... Seen today, the property is no longer farmed and appears as though it never was. Wildlife such as turkeys and other small animals can be found in the adjoining woods. It is in a beautiful lakefront location with a georgeous view. is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.