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Agnes L. Evans

Agnes L. Evans, daughter of Susan Leona McClain and Lon Evans, was born June 24, 1902. She married Bland Mayfield, a farmer and rancher. They live at Garvin, Oklahoma and have three children: George Robert, Eugene Evans, and Theresa Alois.

George Robert Mayfield, son of Agnes Evans and Bland Mayfield, was born September 11, 1926. He married Mary Louise Knox and they live at Hugo, Oklahoma with their two sons, Sammy Ray, born September 14, 1960 and Randy Lee, born April 18, 1965.

Eugene Evans Mayfield, son of Agnes Evans and Bland Mayfield, was born September 25, 1928.

Theresa Alois Mayfield, was born March 7, 1930. She married Wilburn Johnson and they had three children: Kenneth, born October 23, 1947; Richard B., born March 19, 1950; and Roberta Sue, born September 11, 1953. Theresa Alois then married Charles Gatlin and they have three children: Charles Vernon, born January 21, 1958; Terri Y., born September 19, 1960; and Gary, born April 4, 1962.

Ethel O. Evans, daughter of Susan Leona McClain and Lon Evans, was born February 2, 1904. She is a practical nurse and lives as Sunray, Texas. She and her husband, Joe Truitt, have one son, George Walter.

George Walter Truitt, son of Ethel O. Evans and Joe Truitt, was born January 14, 1932. He is an engineer at the Bell Helicopter Plant in Bedford, Texas. He and his wife, Mary Ethel McKimmey, have three children: George Austin, born April 16, 1954; Julie Prentice, born February 26, 1961; and Laura Carol, born June 10, 1962.

Clarence M. Evans, son of Susan Leona McClain and Lon Evans, was born at Skullyville, Indian Territory on September 5, 1906. During World War II he served for two years with the 184th Infantry Battalion, 7th Division in the Pacific. He is now employed as a driller by the V. E. Wagner Well Service, Inc., of Pampa, Texas. He and his wife, Golda Gibson, now live in White Deer, Texas where she is a postal clerk.

Mary S. Evans, daughter of Susan Leona McClain and Lon Evans, was born in McCurtain County, Oklahoma, March 22, 1909. She taught School in Bryan and Choctaw Counties, Oklahoma, and at Webb School in McLean, Texas. She is now employed as a social worker for the Department of Public Welfare at Canadian, Texas. She married B. Lewis Webb, a rancher.

Hope D. Evans, daughter of Susan Leona McClain and Lon Evans, was born at Millerton, Oklahoma, January 2, 1911. She and her husband, William Stanley LaShier, head timekeeper for the Santa Fe Railroad, now live at Amarillo, Texas, where she is employed as a dental assistant. They have one son, William Stanley, Jr.

William Stanley LaShier, Jr., son of Hope D. Evans and William Stanley LaShier, Sr., was born at Amarillo, Texas, August 6, 1933. He and his wife, Patricia Sue Stooksberry, now live at Austin, Texas, where he is employed as a teacher at the University of Texas. They have two children, William Scott, born May 26, 1961 and Cathryn Hope, born July 25, 1963.

Woodrow A. Evans, son of Susan Leona McClain and Lon Evans, was born in McCurtain County, Oklahoma, February 3, 1913. During World War II he served with the United States Coast Guard. He first married Dessie Christian and they had one child, Linda Kay, born December 16, 1942. He later married Marie Cole and they have one adopted daughter, Vickie Lynn, born January 1, 1954. Woodrow lives in Amarillo, Texas where he is employed by the Texaco Company.

Juanita Sue Evans, daughter of Susan Leona McClain and Lon Evans, was born at Millerton, Oklahoma, March 17, 1918. She married Harry Keaton, Sr., who is a farmer and also owns Keaton Auto Supply. They live in Dalhart, Texas and have one son, Harry Keaton, Jr., born December 22, 1942.

Sources

Carter, The Territorial Paper of the United States
Foreman, Removal of Indians to the West
Toulmins, Digest of 1823
Wright, The Chronicles of Oklahoma
Gideon, History of Indian Territory
Alabama Department of Archives and History
Georgia Department of Archives and History
Tennessee Department of Archives and History

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