Obituary of
Alice Anderson Evans

The Pulaski Citizen, March 29, 1939 edition.

                          MRS. ALICE ANDERSON EVANS

    Mrs. Alice Anderson Evans, daughter of  Robert J. and Rachel Everly
Anderson, was born April 18,1859, near Brick Church, Giles County, Tenn.,
and departed to be  forever with the Lord March 25, 1939, in Dallas, Texas.
In early life she gave her heart to the Lord and united with the
Presbyterian church at Brick Church.  More than once she had "to pass
through the deep waters" but bowed in humble submission to God's dealing
with her life.

   Oct. 1, 1876, she was united in marriage to George W. Simmons also
of Brick Church.  Shortly after their marriage they emigrated to Texas,
locating near Ladonia in Fannin County.

   August 30, 1878, Mr. Simmons was claimed by death, Mrs. Simmons
returned to her father's home, and on June 25, 1890 was married to Thomas
Evans of Lynnville, Tenn.

   To this union was born three children, Robert Anderson of Chehalis,
Wash., Alleen, deceased, and Rachel Evans Seat, also deceased.

   Besides the son, she is survived by a granddaughter, Betty Seat, and
one sister, Mrs. Kate A. Williams, of Columbia, Tenn., a brother, H.S.
Anderson, of Dallas, Texas.

Submitted by: Judy Sanders