Studio shots, no. 21: Nancy Coleman Evans.

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Nancy Coleman Evans (1900-1937).

In the 1900 census of Old Fields township, Wilson County: farmer Thomas Coleman, 34; wife Mollie, 24; and children Fannie, 10, Delany, 5, Allis, 4, and Nancy, 1 month.

In the 1910 census of Taylor township, Wilson County: on the mill path, farmer Thomas Coleman, 39; wife Mollie, 34; and children Fannie, 19, Lonnie, 14, Alace, 12, Nancy, 9, Johnnie, 8, Esquire, 5, Connie, 2, and Neva and Eva, 2.

In the 1920 census of Taylor township, Wilson County: farmer Levi Evans, 23; wife Nancy, 20; daughter Esther Q., 2; and sisters Fannie Battle, 26 and Mamie Evans, 16.

In the 1930 census of Jackson township, Nash County: farmer Levie Evans, 33; wife Nancy, 29; and children Esther, 12, Viola, 10, Rachael, 6, D.C., 4, and Harvey, 1.

Nancy Evans died 26 September 1937 in Jackson township, Wilson County. Per her death certificate, she was 37 years old; was married to Levie Evans; was born in Wilson County to Tom Coleman and Mollie Wooten of Wilson County. Levie Evans was informant, J.F. Cowan was the certifying physician, and C.E. Artis was undertaker.

Photo courtesy of Ancestry.com user rogerbarron52.

 

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