Richard Evans

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updated February 06, 2019
Richard Evans married Mary Elizabeth Leech, and they gave birth to Margaret Evans. We know that Richard Evans had been residing in Australia.

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Died: 1856
Australia

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Richard Evans married Mary Elizabeth Leech, and they gave birth to Margaret Evans. We know that Richard Evans had been residing in Australia.
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Other Richard Evanses

Richard Harley Evans
Born: Nov 26, 1948
Richard Whittington Evans
Nov 9, 1927 - Sep 26, 1981
Richard Evans
1766 - 1839
Richard William Picton Evans
around 1872 - Sep 13, 1918
Richard William Evans
around 1882 - Oct 26, 1914
Richard William Evans
around 1892 - Aug 17, 1915
Richard William Evans
around 1869 - Apr 8, 1915
Richard William Evans
around 1859 - Apr 25, 1918
Richard Wilfred Evans
around 1916 - Oct 20, 1944
Richard Thomas Evans
around 1925 - Dec 17, 1943
Richard Thomas Evans
around 1898 - Feb 21, 1917
Richard Stanley Evans
around 1892 - Aug 10, 1915
Richard Sidney Reider Evans
around 1920 - Jun 21, 1943
Richard Salathiel Evans
around 1918 - Sep 7, 1944
Richard Roy Evans
around 1918 - Mar 20, 1945
Richard Rowland Evans
Died: Jan 25, 1942
Richard Ronald Evans
around 1917 - Apr 18, 1943
Richard Ralph Evans
around 1898 - Aug 20, 1919
Richard Parry Evans
around 1894 - May 14, 1917

Other Evanses

Ann Evans
Died: 1856
Australia
William Evans
Australia
Ann Julia Evans
Australia
Charlotte Evans
1855 - 1856
Australia
John Evans
Australia
Ellne Evans
Australia
Hannah Evans
1829 - 1857
Sea, Australia
Curry William Evans
Sea, Australia
Mary Evans
Sea, Australia
John Evans
1822 - 1857
Sea, Australia
Daniel Evans
1811 - 1857
Australia
George James Evans
1856 - 1857
Australia
George Evans
Australia
Eliza Evans
Died: 1857
Australia
Charles Evans
Australia
Eliza Evans
Australia
Harriet Evans
Died: 1857
Australia

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1821 - 1856
Australia
Robert Strachan
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William Owens
1855 - 1856
Australia
William Owens
Australia
Henrick Burgdorf
1828 - 1856
Australia
George Judd
1812 - 1856
Australia
Edith Roberts
1817 - 1856
Australia
Jeremiah Omullane
1845 - 1856
Australia
Arthur Omullane
Australia
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1829 - 1856
Australia
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1850 - 1856
Australia
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