Jeffrey Evans
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Jeffrey Evans
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Jeffrey Evans served in the United States Air Force in the Vietnam War
Service started: 377th Combat Support Group, Saigon
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Jeffrey Evans served in the United States Air Force in the Vietnam War
Service started: 366th Combat Support Group, DaNang
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Jeffrey Evans grew up in Queens, New York, graduated from PS117 grade school in June 1956, then moved in 1957 at the age of 12 and attended High Schools in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Enlisted in the US Air Force in February 1963 and retired in October 1983. Went to Basic Military Training (BMT) 8 weeks at Lackland AFB, San Antonio, Texas, then graduated from the Air Policeman Course 7 weeks also at Lackland AFB, San Antonio, Texas. Cross-trained career fields and graduated from the General Accounting Course 11 weeks in 1967 at Sheppard AFB, Wichita Falls, Texas. Was an Air Policeman (Security and Law Enforcement) for four years and then an Accounting and Finance Supervisor. Served separate tours of duty in Saigon and DaNang, South Vietnam 1970-1972 & 1973 respectively, five short tours in South Korea, and a long three year tour at Kadena Air Base, Okinawa, Japan. Received the award of the Air Force Commendation Medal (AFCM) twice, once for meritorious service 1974-1977 at Bergstrom AFB, Austin, Texas and the second for meritorious service at Kwangju Air Base, Korea 1982-1983. Was a Site Registrar for Central Texas College, as an Army contractor located at the Osan Air Base Education Center, South Korea from 1983-1985. In 1985 was selected and hired for a Federal employee position assigned at Seoul, South Korea. Also, spent one year 1995-1996 assigned at Fort Bliss, El Paso, Texas. Retired from the Federal Service December of 2005. Received the US Army Korean Civilian Service Medal. Completed four budget courses (240 hours) at the US Army Finance and Accounting School at Ft. Benjamin Harrison, Indianapolis, Indiana, and basic and advanced Position Classification courses (120 hours) at the USDA in San Francisco, California. Have completed courses in basic and advanced Microsoft Word, EXCEL and PowerPoint. He received his High School GED from the Minneapolis Public Schools in 1967. Have received an Associate Degree in Liberal Arts from the University of Maryland 1979; awarded credits towards an Associate in Applied Science in Resource Management Technology from the Community College of the Air Force (CCAF) 1983; a Bachelor of Science in Business and Management from the University of Maryland 1985. Was a ten year member of the American Society of Military Comptrollers (ASMC). Is a life-member of the VFW (Veterans of Foreign Wars) Post 2485. Just like Abraham Lincoln's wife said of him, his also says, "His hobby is cats."

"GOD BLESS AMERICA!"

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Hi, cousin Jeffrey,

I hope i haven't driven you away from the children of Bartholomew Hyatt in Somerset by my recent activities there. I'm looking at the Hyatts of Somerset in hopes of finding the origins of my ancestor Thomas Hyatt, who appeared in Stamford, Connecticut in 1640. Not looking that good for Bartholomew so far from my perspective his son Thomas was born in 1623, too late to have been the Stamford man. But we share an interest: Thomas's son Thomas married Mary the daughter of Matthias St. John in Norwalk, and Matthias is your ancestor. I'd love to learn more about the Hyatts of Somerset, particularly the Shepton Mallet contingent. Impressed by your service in the USAF. I also served in--or rather in a destroyer just offshore of--Viet Nam in the late 60's.

posted by Halsey Bullen
Hello, we are 11th cousins, once removed through the Skeels/Evans line in Onarga, Illinois!
Hi. I noticed that you made some changes to the profiles...

0 December 2020 00:05: Jeffrey Evans thanked You for this 11:58: You added Charles F. Evans (1867-1945) as father for Dorothy Gladys (Evans) Price (1910-1999). [1 thank-you received] 19 December 2020 23:53: Jeffrey Evans thanked You for this 12:07: You edited the Biography for Charles F. Evans (1867-1945). (Adding sources.) [1 thank-you received] 23:53: Jeffrey Evans thanked You for this 12:11: You added Katherine A. (Farley) Evans (1877-1950) as mother for Dorothy Gladys (Evans) Price (1910-1999). [1 thank-you received] 23:52: Jeffrey Evans thanked You for this 12:11: You added Katherine A. (Farley) Evans (1877-1950) as spouse for Charles F. Evans (1867-1945). (Connected spouses while adding mother) [1 thank-you received]

Please let me know if you want me to make you manager of any of these, as they are really not my relations.

Patricia

Hi Jeff,

Thanks for adding Find A Grave source for John Harding (https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Harding-94). Cheers :) kathy

Hello!

Thank you for improving my Evans family entries. I have been attempting to get all the people and relationships down first, then go back and add sources. My main tree is on ANCESTRY, but it is too big to automate, so I am going family by family.

posted by Barry Fellner II
Thank you for improving the Evans site by posting the Findagrave.com memorial number.

Jewell Thomas Meadows

posted by Jewell Meadows
Hi Jeffrey,

Was wondering how we are/if connected through Mary Jane Evans Harvey...so I checked the "relationship finder" and found we are not yet connected through Mary Jane, but we are 8th cousins 2x removed through John Bowater (great grandfather). I will continue to connect Mary Jane and see if it leads to another relationship connection. Do you know how you are connected to Mary Jane? Best Regards, Joyce (Jakeway-65)

Hi Jeffrey,

Since you manage a number of Prentiss profiles I invite you to check-out the new One Name Study for the Prentice surname. https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Space:Prentice_Name_Study

Best - RP

posted by Ronald Prentice
Noticed your thanks and looked at "Relationship to me" to see if or how we connect. My mom's mom's maiden name is Evans so I thought the connection would be through her. But we're related through the line for my father's mother, a Jarvis. Loving Wiki's easy surprises, Cherie

See: https://www.wikitree.com/index.php?title=Special:Relationship&action=calculate&person1_name=Evans-7055&person2_name=Worth-1434

posted by Cherie Worth
Thanks for the help with W T Evans. Do you have a connection to him? He would be a great great uncle to me.
posted by Richard Barton
Thanks for the leads on John Moorhead, although most were actually for his cousin, Cpl John E Moorhead in the same unit and from the same county. I tracked down the source for some of your additions, but links/sources/citations are still needed for others.
posted by Ron Rowland
Thank you for updating David M Evans info on my tree. Looks like I can only go as far as his father on that line.

I have more lines back to Wales and Sussex, England in the mid-1600's, in the printed documents I have.

Most appreciated for your help!

posted by Cassandra Hunter
Thanks Jeff for adding info to my Turner/Haines line. Looks like we are 9th cousins. My email: [email address removed]
posted by Donald Howard
Jeff, thank you for your service to our country. I don't know how to add a salute or shake hands emoji here, but know that I admire anyone that was in the service. Also - my ex-husband and I lived in Wichita Fall, Texas when he was in the Air Force in 1968. It was hot, and I was pregnant.
posted by Cheryl (Smith) Hess
We’re 8th cousins once removed, how about that?!
posted by Heather Husted
Hi Jeffrey, Thanks for adding the sources to the Evans family profiles I created. I should be able to find most of those sources on Family Search as well. They are not my family (just a rabbit hole I fell down), so if you would like to take over the profiles, just ask to be put on the trusted list. I'll add you as PM and bow out.
posted by Leslie Torkelson
Hi Jeff: Thanks for your email. I like the maker that is on John L. Miller's profile too. Let's just keep that one. ...M.
posted by Marie Chantigny
Hi: Jeff I see you added sources for the profile of John Lemon Miller-66002. Thanks a bunch.

It looks like there are 2 grave markers for him. What do you think? Should we put the other grave stone on the profile?..M.

posted by Marie Chantigny
Jeffrey there are several sources fir my Aunt Netta

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