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Re: Moses Evetts - 1850 Smith County Tenn.
Posted by: PAT EVETTS (ID *****6705) Date: August 20, 2004 at 11:33:59
In Reply to: Re: Moses Evetts - 1850 Smith County Tenn. by Tom Evitts of 263

Tom,

I too am looking for our "lost" Evetts'. My husband's grandfather's name was Moses Aaron Evetts (b. TX 3-5-1865 d. TX 3-13-1950). His father was William Evetts (b. TN Abt.1823 d.?). He married Keziah (AKA Kizzy, Kacy) Donoho (b. TX Abt.1834 d.?).

I believe that William Evetts came to Texas AFTER the earlier Evetts migration FROM TN to TX (Abt. 1830), as I can not tie to any of the genealogical research being conducted on the Evetts family (and there is considerable of research here) in Texas. He first shows up in Texas in the 1850 census in Cherokee County, TX.

He would be the right age to be the son of Moses Evetts of TN, but that is just a guess.

If you have ANY information on a William Evetts (b. TN Abt. 1823) I would greatly appreciate it.

Thank You,
Pat Evetts


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