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James Evarts

Birthdate: (74)
Birthplace: Guilford, New Haven County, Connecticut, United States
Death: February 9, 1824 (74)
Georgia, Franklin County, Vermont, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Reuben Evarts and Honor Evarts
Husband of Sarah Evarts
Father of Jeremiah F. Evarts; Sarah Evarts; William Evarts; Mary Evarts; Jonathan Todd Evarts and 4 others

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About James Evarts

James Evarts, son of Reuben Evarts, was born at East Guilford, May 15, 1752. He was a farmer and lived in Georgia, removing there in 1787 and also in Sunderland. Vermont. He married Sarah, daughter of Timothy Todd. Children : Jeremiah, mentioned below ; another son and three daughters.

Sarah Todd - She married in 1780 to James Evarts, who was the first clerk of Georgia, Vermont. She died 30 Mar 1810.

James Evarts, Brother of Reuben Evarts Jr., the town of Georgia, VT was organized March 31, 1788. James EVARTS was moderator, Reuben EVARTS. Was the father of the famous Jeremiah F. Evarts (1781-1831).

Page 148 - New England Families, Genealogical and Memorial 1913 Set Volume 1 pgs 1-496.pdf "Cutter, William Richard, 1847-1918" James EVARTS had taken his young wife with other emigrants, from Guilford New Haven County, Connecticut, soon after the successful termination of the French war, to the new region opened to New England enterprise by that happy event, and had settled in Sunderland Bennington County, Vermont. (Mrs. [James] EVARTS was the daughter of Timothy Todd, Esq., of Guilford Connecticut. Her family came from Yorkshire, England, and was distinguished for literary tastes.

The Evarts family is probably of Huguenot origin; were among the early emigrants to this country, and had resided in Guilford from about the year 1640. James Evarts was a man of uncommon public spirit, and was the first representative in the Legislature of Vermont from the town of Georgia.)

In 1798 the rich promise of Franklin County attracted Mr. [James] Evarts, and he removed thither as one of the original proprietors of the town of Georgia.

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James Evarts's Timeline

1750
1750
Guilford, New Haven County, Connecticut, United States
1775
1775
Age 25
1778
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1781
February 3, 1781
Age 31
United States
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