are you related to the Evans and green families from Southwark and surrounding areas ❓

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hi
WikiTree profile: William Evans
in Genealogy Help by
edited by Abby Glann
Well, if I can't recall Southwark, does that mean no?  LOL

I do have a line that I have seen a Evans and Green connection I believe in my Reid line.  New to Wikitree format and using it, I had to stop the upload of the Gedfile, as I haven't decided what to yet, and have gone onto the next.

As to my Evans line, of the sourced and double checked as I am doing, I am not seeing it yet.  But I have seen both names in my "trees."

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I haven't found any, but there is a whole branch of the Evans family which I have not adequately traced.  John Evans (1798-?) who is the brother of my GG Grandfather Benjamin (1801-1880).
by Howard Evans G2G Rookie (260 points)
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I do have some information on "an" Evans Family that came from Widnes, a good day's walk from Southwark, I know. lol. The family still lives there today as did their original family 200 years ago. Not sure, if there related to your Evans, but possible, as I have been told they bred like flies in the old day's.

Drew.
by Drew McClenaghan G2G4 (4.3k points)
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I'm not sure yet! :) The Greens I'm familiar with are from Clinton, Mississippi. I know some of this has been mapped out in detail by a great-uncle, but I suspect some of it may be more Burris-focused. I am actively working on this and will see what I can post.
by Alice Green G2G Rookie (230 points)
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I don't know. I have not traced them back very far.
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