Evan son of John Evans Gent. & Elizabeth his wife (baptismal record)
Named in his father's Will (written 1825) as living in the town of Pwllheli in county Carnarvon.
Evan Evans of Pwllheli died aged 55 years (burial record).
Abstract of the Will of Evan Evans of Pwllheli in the Parish of Deneio in the County of Caernarfon, Tanner, written 20 Sep 1837, proved 1 Jun 1838.
Gives and bequeaths to his wife Margaret Evans his best gig with the harness belonging to it.
Gives and bequeaths to his wife Margaret Evans and his daughter Margaret Evans all his household furniture, plate, linen, china, share and share alike.
Gives and bequeaths £500 to his said daughter Margaret Evans, and the half ounce or one thirty second part of the sloop called Bodvel.
Gives and bequeaths £50 to his daughter Gwen Evans.
Gives and bequeaths £100 to his grandson Evan Evans, son of his daughter Gwen Evans.
All the rest, remainder and residue of his real and personal estate he gives, devises and bequeaths to his son John Evans whom he nominates, constitutes and appoints sole Executor of his last will and testament.
William Williams, Clerk
Evan Roberts, Penman
Thomas Williams, Llannor
On 29 Dec 1837 an inventory of the goods, effects and chattels of the late Evan Evans of Pwllheli in the Parish of Denio in the County of Caernarvon was taken by William Evans and Ellis Evans and valued to £969 10s. 4
Evan married Margaret WILLIAMS on or shortly after 20 Apr 1805 in Llanystumdwy, Caernarvonshire, Wales. (Margaret WILLIAMS was born about 1773, died on 30 Jan 1849 in Pwllheli, Caernarvonshire, Wales and was buried on 3 Feb 1849 in Abererch, Caernarvon, Wales, aged 76 years.)
Evan Evans, bach., tanner, Llanbedr, Merioneth to Margaret Williams, sp., Llanystumdwy, Caernarfonshire
Marriage Bond: 20 Apr 1805 (Bangor A 38/52 )