|c12 January 1857 at Stroud, Gloucestershire, England.|
|29 September 1945 at Stoke Pages, Bucks.|
|Philip Charles Evans (1809-1886)|
|Anne Thurtell (1820-1905)|
|Dorothy Iles (1856-1883) in 1881 in Chipping Sodbury, Gloucestershire, England.|
|Dorothy Winifred Anne Evans (b. 12 April 1882, m. Dowglass)|
|Harriette Emily Davis (1857-) on 17 October 1894 in Cardiff, Wales.|
|John Reginald Austen Evans (1895-)|
|Lionel Courtney Evans (1897-)|
|Lettice Mary Rutherford Evans (1901-1965) (m. Crossley)|
Teddy went into the family business at Brimscombe. Married Dorothy Iles [sister of Arthur’s wife, Anne] and subsequently Harriet Davis.
In the 1901 census, the 44-year-old Ebenezer (
woollen cloth manufacturer — employer) appears with his 44-year-old wife Harriett [sic], living at Inglewood House in the Parish of Thrupp (Stroud). Present were also: his daughter Dorothy, 18; his sons John, 5, and Lionel, 3; and daughter Lettice, 4 months. (Dorothy was born at Brimscombe, the others at Thrupp.) There were also three female servants: cook, housemaid and nurse (the first two from Glamorgan, like their mistress).