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* The Wandering Welshman Home Page*

Updated September 6, 2000


The Wandering Welshman was a young lad named Young or John Evans that was kidnapped from a Welsh coastal village about 1780. After arriving at the "New World", he was sold to a farmer as an indentured servant for 2 years. After this he married the farmer's daughter... In an effort to locate his origin, we are researching leads for Evans. Originally from Ohio, maybe Huron county, and Pennsylvania. The families then were located around the mid-west. I have several links to Steen, Hand, Parmenter, Beal, Lutz, Beeman, and Noel that I would be happy to share.

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George Sherman Evans III
, California United States
gse3@aol.com

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