Evans Family Cemetery
Notes:Located on the south side of Matthews Chapel Rd. (Router 692) approx. 1 mi. east of Christanna Hwy (Route 46). It about 0.5 mi. off the road down a timber company path, which is gated and usually locked.
Latitude:36º 37' 48.8" N   (36.630222)
Longitude:77º 51' 2.2" W   (-77.850611)
GNIS ID:1466352
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David E. Clary31 Oct 1943 —31 Oct 1943

Julia Mason Evans Clary28 Jul 1884 —26 Jan 1941
Julia Mason Evans, wife of George Edward Clary, CWS f BCV, p. 189.

Shelton Ronald Clary13 Jul 1943 —13 Jul 1943
Notes: Son of George Edward Clary and his second wife.

William Henry Clary1926 —1926
Notes: Died age 2 months, 19 days. Infant son of George E. and Julia Clary. His still-born brother David Edward Clary is here, too.

Maria O. Evans Edmunds1 Jul 1871 —5 Mar 1904
Maria O. Evans, wife of Tamlin Edmonds, CWS f BCV, p. 189.

Addie C. Edwards5 Nov 1886 —7 Jul 1888

John W. Evans8 Aug 1838 —1918
Pvt. John W. Evans, CWS f BCV, p. 189. Notes: Confederate headstone. His second wife, Julie Catherine Fields Edmunds, was the first person buried here.
 
According to Lillian W. Clary and Shirley C. Clary, other adults reportedly buried here are the following.
Jane Ellen Edmonds, wife of George Evans, daughter-in-law of John and Julia Evans.
Fannie Evans, husband Wilbur Wade Hampton, and their son, James Wilkins Hampton.
Brothers John Lawsie Evans and Sidney Jackson Evans.
Curtis Mason and his wife, Ethel Edmonds.
 

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