William Samuel Evans 1918-2002
A Thumbnail Biography by David C. Procuniar
All Rights Reserved Last updated: 31 Aug 2001
William Samuel Evans, the son of William Lewis Evans (1873-1957) & Della F. Ferguson (1875-1956); William was born on 23 Jan 1918 in Montgomery County, Dayton, Ohio, died on 04 Jan 2002 in Stamford, Conn. William married "Countess" Eva Elvira Esterhazy on 07 Jun 1959 in New York City, NY. Eva was born on 19 Apr 1927 in Vienna, Austria.
Alexander William Evans 1963 Stamford, Connecticut
Eva Elizabeth Evans 1966 Stamford, Connecticut
William is my 2nd cousin once removed (2C1R) (David Charles Procuniar), he served in WW II as a Communication Navigator USAF (Lieutenant), in 1992 he was living in Darien, Connecticut (North East of Stamford). William sent me a letter saying is wife (Eve) was of Royalty, related to King Ludwig I of Bavaria; he also said that when he married Eva it was stated on the licence that she was from Ceklis, Czechoslovakia (1959)
William's family brought his body back to Dayton, Ohio so he could be buried in Woodland Cemetery next to his parents graves. His wife told me that this was William's last wish to be buried with his parents. After Williams death his wife Eva sent me a letter with some family history for the Evans lineage which I received Sept 3, 2002.
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William Samuel Evans, Darien, Connecticut
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