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The 1820 Settler Correspondence
 as preserved in the National Archives, Kew
 and edited by Sue Mackay

EVANS, Charles (son of Charles EVANS), 1824

National Archives, Kew, CO48/67, 48

175 Shoreditch

Nov. 2nd 1824

My Lord,

Permit me to solicit the favour of your Lordship's affording me instruction how I could obtain intelligence of my father Chas. EVANS, who having deserted his wife and family went in the year 1820 as a settler to Algoa Bay in the ship Weymouth, Capt. TURNER.

I have great reason to believe he is dead & a family estate having descended to him, I now crave your Lordship's assistance how to ascertain that fact.

I have the honour to be

Your Lordship's most obed't humble serv't

Chas. EVANS

 

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