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Who Are the Pitcairners?

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CLARK, Arthur Glenn --> FERGUSON, Wallace Ross

This is a work in progress. If you have information that adds to or changes an entry, you are invited to contact Herbert Ford at hford@puc.edu.

Clark, Arthur Glenn, Lareau; thePeerage.com. Arthur Glenn Clark was born on Pitcairn Island on December 12, 1956. He is the son of Oscar Harrison Clark and Norma Ruth Jacobsen.

Clark, Blake Leslie Eugene, thePeerage.com. Blake Leslie Eugene Clark was born on August 22, 1921, on Pitcairn Island. He was the son of Roy Palmer Clark and Hycainth May Coffin.

Clark, Diana Margarete Lynda, Lareau; thePeerage.com. Diana Margarete Lynda Clark was born on Pitcairn Island on August 24, 1950. She is the daughter of Oscar Harrison Clark and Norma Ruth Jacobsen.

Clark, Ernest Denis, Lareau; thePeerage.com. Ernest Denis Clark was born on Pitcairn Island on April 30, 1937. He is the son of Oliver Bryon Clark and Jessie Lurita Young.

Clark, Everett Boyd Christian, thePeerage.com. Everett Boyd Christian Clark was born on Pitcairn Island in 1916. He was the son of Lincoln Clark and Augusta Ruth Lena Christian.

Clark, Hyacinth May. See entry for Hyacinth May Coffin.

Clark, Kathleen Judith, Lareau; thePeerage.com. Kathleen Judith Clark was born on Pitcairn Island on December 15, 1952. She is the daughter of Oscar Harrison Clark and Norma Ruth Jacobsen.

Clark, Leona Gladys, Lareau; thePeerage.com. Leona Gladys Clark was born on Pitcairn Island. She is the daughter of Oscar Harrison Clark and Norma Ruth Jacobsen.

Clark, Lincoln, Australasian Record 38, Mar. 26, 1934, p. 6, thePeerage.com. Lincoln Clark was born in 1865 in the United States of America. He married Augusta Ruth Lena Christian, daughter of Alphonso Driver Christian and Sarah McCoy, after 1906 on Pitcairn Island. He died on February 10, 1934, on Pitcairn Island. As a cabin boy, Lincoln was a survivor of the shipwreck of the ship Acadia, and was stranded on Pitcairn. Repatriated to California, he married and raised a family there, and after the death of his wife, he and his eldest son, Roy Palmer Clark, returned to Pitcairn where they married and settled permanently. He died of a throat tumor. The children of Lincoln Clark and Augusta Ruth Lena Christian were Oliver Bryon Clark, born December 27, 1912, and died June 3, 1994; Olive Beryl Clark, born December 27, 1912; Everett Boyd Christian Clark, born 1916; and Oscar Harrison Clark, born June 29, 1927.

Clark, Linda Beryl, Lareau; thePeerage.com. Linda Beryl Clark was born on Pitcairn Island on January 29, 1952. She is the daughter of James Daniel Jacobsen and Zeta Reba Clark.

Clark, Norma Ruth, Australasian Record 97, Nov. 14, 1992, p. 13.

Clark, Olive Beryl, thePeerage.com. Olive Beryl Clark was born on December 27, 1912, on Pitcairn Island. She was the daughter of Lincoln Clark and Augusta Ruth Lena Christian. Olive was a twin.

Clark, Oliver Byron, Lareau; thePeerage.com. Oliver Bryon Clark was born on Pitcairn Island on December 27, 1912. He was the son of Lincoln Clark and Augusta Ruth Lena Christian. He married Jessie Lurita Young, daughter of Walter Fisher Percival Young and Rita Stella McCoy, on Pitcairn Island. He died on June 3, 1994, at age 81, at Wellington, New Zealand. Oliver was a twin. (For the children of Oliver and Jessie Lurita Young, see "Jessie Lurita Young").

Clark, Oscar Harrison, Pitcairn Miscellany 23, August 1981, p. 1-2; Lareau; thePeerage.com. Oscar Harrison Clark was born on Pitcairn Island on June 29, 1927. He is the son of Lincoln Clark and Augusta Ruth Lena Christian. He married Norma Ruth Jacobsen, daughter of Niels Oluf Jacobsen and Inez Warren, on Pitcairn Island. Oscar was the postmaster of Pitcairn Island in 1964. (For the children of Oscar and Norma Ruth Jacobsen, see "Norma Ruth Jacobsen").

Clark, Roger Paul, Lareau; thePeerage.com. Roger Paul Clark was born on Pitcairn Island on August 20, 1946. He is the son of Oliver Byron Clark and Jessie Lurita Young. He married Dawn Catherine Harris on December 4, 1965, in Wellington, New Zealand. The children of Roger and Dawn Catherine Harris are Vicky Marie Dean, born April 20, 1966; Debra Ann Clark, born July 31, 1968; and Blair Roger Dean, born February 17, 1971.

Clark, Roy Palmer, Pitcairn Miscellany 22, May 1980, p. 1; thePeerage.com. Roy was born on 2 October 1893, in the United States of America. He married Hyacinth May Coffin, the daughter of Philip Cook Coffin and Mary Jane Florence Warren, in 1913 on Pitcairn Island. Roy died on 10 May 1980 at age 86 on Pitcairn Island. This from a philatelic magazine about Roy: "Roy P. Clark, longtime postmaster of tiny Pitcairn Island in the South Pacific, died last May 10 at the age of 86, Pitcairn Log reports, quoting the island's monthly newspaper, Pitcairn Miscellany, to which Clark had been a regular contributor. Roy Clark was born far from Pitcairn. He was a native of San Francisco, who went to the island as a youth of 16 and in the following seven decades serviced his isolated community in many capacities. His father, Lincoln Clark, came to Pitcairn after being shipwrecked on nearby Ducie Island in 1881. Lincoln returned to San Francisco, but after the death of his wife went back to the island with his son. Roy Palmer Clark married Hyacinth May Coffin, daughter of Philip Coffin, a Nantucket sail-maker who had been shipwrecked at the same time as Lincoln Clark. Mrs. Clark died in 1974. For several years in the 1930s Roy Clark was the schoolmaster of Pitcairn Island. Throughout his adult life he held leadership positions in the island's Seventh-day Adventist Church. For 18 years he was the postmaster, corresponding with stamp collectors in many parts of the world. After Pitcairn issued its first stamps in 1940 he helped put together the booklets for the first issue which in recent years became priceless. Clark was never pictured on a stamp, but his house was -- on a 20-cent value of the 1968 Pitcairn definitives. It was included in the series as the oldest house on the island, once the home of Thursday October Christian, son of Fletcher Christian, who led the mutiny on the Bounty and brought the first permanent settlers to Pitcairn early in 1790." Roy Palmer Clark and Evelyn May Young had one son, Ralph Chester Clark who was born on 19 October 1911. Roy and Lillian Ella Coffin had one child, Elvina Imogene Coffin who was born on 7 November 1919. Roy and Hyacinth May Coffin had one child, Blake Leslie Eugene Clark who was born on 22 August 1921.

Clark, Zeta Reba, Lareau; thePeerage.com. Zeta Reba Clark was born on Pitcairn Island on October 8, 1932. She was the daughter of Oliver Bryon Clark and Jessie Lurita Young. The children of Zeta Reba Clark and James Daniel Jacobsen are Linda Beryl Clark, born January 29, 1952; Marlene Loretta Jacobsen, born January 17, 1964; Dean James Jacobsen, born January 9, 1966; Tracy Karen Jacobsen, born April 24, 1967; and Anne Michelle Jacobsen, born May 26, 1970.

Cobbin, Rex Ewen, Steley. Rex Ewen Cobbin, along with his wife Win Ethel Isobel, was the pastor of the Seventh-day Adventist Church on Pitcairn Island in 1959 and 1960.

Coddington, Alice, thePeerage.com. Alice Coddington married Clement Freeman Coffin, son of Phillip Cook Coffin and Alta Elizabeth Christian, in 1946, on Pitcairn Island. Her married name became Coffin.

Coffin, Blake Leslie Eugene, thePeerage.com. Blake Leslie Eugene Coffin was born on Pitcairn Island on August 22, 1921, the son of Roy Palmer Clark and Hycainth May Coffin.

Coffin, Clement Freeman, thePeerage.com. Clement Freeman Coffin was born on May 22, 1916, on Pitcairn Island. He was the son of Phillip Cook Coffin and Alta Elizabeth Christian. He married Alice Coddington in 1946 on Pitcairn Island. Clement served in World War II. He was named at birth Clement Freeman Christian, but he used the name Coffin.

Coffin, Eldon Sterling, thePeerage.com. Eldon Sterling Coffin was born on Pitcairn Island on January 22, 1898. He died in 1939. He was the son of Philip Cook Coffin and Mary Jane Florence Warren. He married Julianne Marianna Turianna Johnstone, daughter of Louis Johnstone and Caroline Agatha Christian, on Pitcairn Island. He and Julianne Marianna Turianna Johnstone were divorced. He died in 1939, in New Zealand. The children of Eldon and Julianne Marianna Turianne Johnstone were Florence Rovenia Gladys Coffin, born November 9, 1923; Mervin Eugene Coffin, born June 13, 1926; and Philip Mervin Coffin, born January 13, 1932.

Coffin, Elvina Imogene, thePeerage.com. Elvina Imogene Coffin was born on Pitcairn Island on November 7, 1919. She was the daughter of Roy Palmer Clark, who was born on October 2, 1893, in the United States; and Lillian Ella Coffin who was born on Pitcairn Island on August 27, 1903.

Esther Coffin Esther Coffin

Coffin, Esther Godfrey, Lareau; thePeerage.com. Esther Godfrey Coffin was born on Pitcairn Island on December 18, 1887. She was the daughter of Philip Cook Coffin and Mary Jane Florence Warren. She married Walter Henry Petch, son of Henry Petch and Annie Wheeler, on May 24, 1905, on Pitcairn Island. Her married name became Petch. Esther and Walter were married by the captain of the schooner, County of Dumfries, which had stopped at Pitcairn for supplies. After the birth of their first child, Esther and Walter traveled to various islands, finally arriving in Australia about 1913. The children of Esther and Walter Henry Petch were Henry Oliver Petch; Jeanette Agnes Lillian Naureen Petch, Walter Ivan Petch, Loe Florence Petch, John Petch, Beatrice Petch, Raymond Joseph Petch, Patrick Petch and Mary Joan Petch. Esther married William John Ward in 1942, at Lewisham, New South Wales, Australia. Her married name became Ward. She died on August 27, 1958, at age 70, at Tamworth, New South Wales, Australia.

Coffin, Florence Rovenia Gladys, Lareau; thePeerage.com. Florence Rovenia Gladys Coffin was born on Pitcairn Island on November 9, 1923. She was the daughter of Eldon Sterling Coffin and Julianne Marianna Turianna Johnstone. She married William Brummer in Wellington, New Zealand. Her married name became Brummer.

Coffin, Freeman Everette, thePeerage.com. Freeman Everette Coffin was born on December 21, 1889, on Pitcairn Island. He was the son of Philip Cook Coffin and Mary Jane Florence Warren. He was buried on July 15, 1909, on Pitcairn Island. He died after a 10-day illness, probably of consumption.

May Coffin Clark May Coffin Clark

Coffin, Hyacinth May, thePeerage.com, Pitcairn Miscellany 16, Dec. 1974, p. 5. Also see Australasian Record 80, Feb. 17, 1975, p. 14. Hyacinth May Coffin, was born on May 30, 1895, on Pitcairn Island. She was the daughter of Philip Cook Coffin and Mary Jane Florence Warren. In 1913 on Pitcairn, she married Roy Palmer Clark, an American, who was teacher, postmaster and a church elder on the Island. Her married name became Clark. May's father came to Pitcairn, along with Roy's father, Lincoln Clark, in a lifeboat from the shipwrecked Acadia on which they had both been crew members. She died on December 18, 1974, on Pitcairn Island. The child of Hyacinth May Coffin and Roy Palmer Clark was Blake Leslie Eugene Clark, born August 22, 1921. Hyacinth May was named after Captain Henry J. May of the British warship HMS Hyacinth. When the ship called at Pitcairn on February 17, 1895, the captain requested that the next child born on the Island be named after his ship and himself. Hyacinth May's birth on May 30, 1895, made her the first child born after the ship's call.

Coffin, Lillian Ella, thePeerage.com. Lillian Ella Coffin was born on Pitcairn Island on August 27, 1903. She was the daughter of Philip Cook Coffin and Mary Jane Florence Warren. She died in New Zealand. The child of Lillian Ella Coffin and Roy Palmer Clark was Elvina Imogene Coffin, born November 7, 1919.

Coffin, Mary Florence, thePeerage.com. Mary Florence Coffin was born on 1 October 1882 on Pitcairn Island. She was the daughter of Philip Cook Coffin and Mary Jane Florence Warren.

Coffin, Mervin Eugene, Lareau; thePeerage.com. Mervin Eugene Coffin was born on Pitcairn Island on June 13, 1926. He was the son of Eldon Sterling Coffin and Julianne Marianna Turianna Johnstone. Mervin died of convulsions and was buried on February 24, 1929, on Pitcairn Island.

Millie Coffin Christian Millie Coffin Christian

Coffin, Millie Flora, Life sketch in Pitcairn Miscellany 44, July 2001,1-2; South Pacific Division Record 106, August 18, 2001, 13-14; Lareau; thePeerage.com. Millie Flora Coffin was born on Pitcairn Island on November 10, 1907. She was the daughter of Philip Cook Coffin and Mary Jane Florence Warren. She married Warren Clive Christian, son of Richard Edgar Allen Christian and Adelia Carrie Jordon McCoy, in 1942, on Pitcairn Island. From 1942, her married name became Christian. She lived in 1993, on Pitcairn Island. Because her father was from Nantucket, Massachusetts, Millie liked to refer to herself as an 'American Pitcairner.' She has a gentle, round face and a soft round body to match. Yet her great, leg-of-mutton arms have the strength of a man's. She is unusual among the women in that she has no trace of her Polynesian ancestry in her features. She wears the first set of dentures made on the Island, a workable set constructed by a neighbor, Hilda Young, in 1954. (Ball: Pitcairn: Children of Mutiny). Millie is pictured with her daughter and family on p. 515 of: Howard: "Pitcairn and Norfolk," National Geographic, October 1983. The child of Millie and Norris Henry Young is Watson Rhodes Coffin, born August 7, 1924.

Coffin, Philip Cook, Australasian Record 54, Jul. 3, 1950, p. 7, thePeerage.com. Philip Cook Coffin was born between 1 December 1837 and 15 December 1837 at Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A. He lived most of his adult life on Pitcairn Island. He married Mary Jane Florence Warren, daughter of Samuel Russell Warren and Agnes Christian in 1881 on Pitcairn Island. Philip Cook Coffin fought in the American Civil War between 8 November 1861 and 20 February 1864, serving on the receiving Ship Ohio, the USS Portsmouth, and the USS Colorado. In 1881 he arrived on Pitcairn as a result of the shipwreck of the Acadia. The children of Philip Cook Coffin and Mary Jane Florence Warren were Mary Florence Coffin, born 1 October 1882; Selina Isabella Coffin, born 25 May 1884; Samuel Eugene Coffin, born 16 January 1886; Esther Godfrey Coffin, born 18 December 1887, died 27 August 1958; Freeman Everette Coffin, born 21 December 1889; Phillip Cook Coffin, born 15 December 1891; Hyacinth May Coffin, born 30 May 1895, died 18 December 1974; Eldon Sterling Coffin, born 22 January 1898, died 1939; Lillian Ella Coffin, born 27 August 1903; and Millie Flora Coffin, born 10 November 1907.

Coffin, Phillip Cook, thePeerage.com. Phillip Cook Coffin was born on Pitcairn Island on December 15, 1891. He was the son of Philip Cook Coffin and Mary Jane Florence Warren. Phillip had a child with Alta Elizabeth Christian named Clement Freeman Coffin, who was born on May 22, 1916.

Coffin, Philip Mervin, Lareau; thePeerage.com. Philip Mervin Coffin was born on Pitcairn Island on January 13, 1932. He is the son of Eldon Sterling Coffin and Julianne Marianna Turianna Johnstone. He died as a result of burns on his chest and upper body, and was buried on May 19, 1935, on Pitcairn Island.

Coffin, Samuel Eugene, thePeerage.com. Samuel Eugene Coffin was born on Pitcairn Island on January 16, 1886. He was the son of Philip Cook Coffin and Mary Jane Florence Warren.

Coffin, Selina Agnes, thePeerage.com. Selina Agnes Coffin was born in 1911 on Pitcairn Island. She was the daughter of Nicodemo (?) and Selina Isabella Coffin. She married Sterling Gifford Christian, son of Edgar Allen Christian and Dorcas Almira Christian on Pitcairn Island. Her married name became Christian. She adopted Betty Jean Christian. The children of Selina and Sterling Christian were Hazel Mossele Christian, born 19 July 1933; Clive John Christian, born 18 March 1935; Daphne Juanita Christian, born 10 March 1939; Clement Sterling Christian, born 29 January 1941; Betty Jean Christian, born 23 November 1943; Marie Christian, born 2 March 1946; and William Lee Elias Christian, born 26 July 1951.

Selina Isabella Coffin Selina Isabella Coffin

Coffin, Selina Isabella, thePeerage.com. Selina Isabella Coffin was born on 25 May 1884 on Pitcairn Island. She was the daughter of Philip Cook Coffin and Mary Jane Florence Warren. She married Nicodemo (?) in 1903 on Pitcairn Island. She died on Pitcairn Island. Selina lived most of her life on Mangareva in the Gambier Islands. At the time of her father's death, she chartered a boat to return to Pitcairn. Finally, as she was suffering her final illness, she returned to Pitcairn where she was cared for by her sister Millie, until she died. The child of Selina and Nicodemo (?) was Selina Agnes Coffin, born in 1911.

Coffin, Watson Rhodes, Lareau; thePeerage.com. Watson Rhodes Coffin was born on Pitcairn Island on August 7, 1924. He was the son of Norris Henry Young and Millie Flora Coffin.

Coddington, Alice, thePeerage.com. Alice Coddington married Clement Freeman Coffin, the son of Phillip Cook Coffin and Alta Elizabeth Christian on Pitcairn Island in 1946. Her married name became Coffin.

Davies, Donald Howard, Steley. Donald Howard Davies, along with his wife Ellen May, was pastor of the Pitcairn Island Seventh-day Adventist Church from 1961 to 1963.

Dever, John James, Steley. John James Dever, along with his wife Doris Hazel, was pastor of the Pitcairn Island Seventh-day Adventist Church from 1973 to 1976.

Donald, Lea, thePeerage.com. Lea Donald was born on July 3. She married Len Calvin David Brown, son of Len Carlyle Brown and Thelma Adella Christian. Her married name became Brown. (For the children of Lea and Dave Brown see "Len Calvin David Brown").

Dyett, Jennifer Honor, thePeerage.com. Jennifer Honor Dyett was born on Pitcairn Island on August 4, 1941. She was the daughter of Nelson Dyett and Maud Young. Her married name became Cagney. The child of Jennifer was Keith M. Cagney.

Dyett, Keith, thePeerage.com. Keith Dyett was born on Pitcairn Island on August 4, 1941, he is the son of Nelson Dyett and Maud Young. Keith lived in 2006, in Wellington, New Zealand.

Dyett, Marie Louise, thePeerage.com. Marie Louise Dyett was born on Pitcairn Island on August 3, 1941. She was the daughter of Nelson Dyett and Maud Young. She died on August 4, 1941, at age 0, on Pitcairn Island, stillborn.

Dyett, Nelson, thePeerage.com. Nelson Dyett was born in New Zealand. He married Maud Young, daughter of Walter Fisher Percival Young and Rita Stella McCoy, in New Zealand. Nelson served during World War II on Pitcairn Island, and in 2006 he was living in Wellington, New Zealand. (For the children of Nelson and Maude Young, see "Maud Young").

Edwards, Maria Young, Review & Herald 112, Feb 7, 1935, p. 22. Maria Young Edwards was born on Pitcairn Island in 1861. Spent her life in Tonga (last 39 years approximately). See also Australasian Record 38, Dec. 3, 1934.

Charles Edwards Charles and Maria Edwards

Edwards, Robert Charles, Snell. Robert Charles Edwards was born on Pitcairn Island In 1881 or 1882 he married Maria Jane Young, who was born on Pitcairn Island on February 5, 1862, and died in Tonga in 1934. Maria was the daughter of William Mayhew Young and Margaret Christian.

Evans, Dinah, Lareau; thePeerage.com. Dinah Evans was born on Pitcairn Island on August 6, 1837. She was the daughter of John Evans and Rachel Adams. She married John Quintal, son of John Quintal and Dinah Young, on December 25, 1856, on Norfolk Island. She died on June 11, 1870, at age 32, on Norfolk Island. From December 25, 1856, her married name became Quintal. (For the children of Dinah and John Quintal, see "John Quintal").

Evans, George Francis Mason, Snell. George Francis Mason Evans was born on Pitcairn Island on December 23, 1835. He was the son of John Evans and Rachael Adams. On October 3, 1858, on Norfolk Island he married Catherine Christian, the daughter of Charles Christian and Charlotte Quintal. George and Catherine Evans' children were James Richard Kaiser Evans, born August 30, 1859, and died January 17, 1874; George Rowland St.Clair Evans; Alice Clara Evans, Laura Agnes Evelina Evans, Andrew Evans, Emily Gertrude Evans, born May 24, 1867, and died February 24, 1872. George Francis Mason Evans died May 6, 1910. His nick-name was "Tinker."

Evans, George Rowland St. Clair, Lareau; thePeerage.com. George Rowland St. Clair Evans was born on Pitcairn Island on April 28, 1861. He was the son of George Francis Mason Evans and Catherine Christian. He married Emily Evangeline Buffett, daughter of John Buffett and Elizabeth Young, on April 11, 1883, on Norfolk Island. He married Jane Adams, daughter of Josiah Chester Adams and Diana McCoy, on April 28, 1903, on Norfolk Island. He died on January 17, 1941, at age 79, on Norfolk Island. George usually went by his middle name of Rowland. The children of Rowland and Emily Evangeline Buffett were Richard Evans, Edwin Ryland Evans, Elizabeth Augusta Evans, Ida Ethelyne Evans, Edward Young Evans, and George Rowland David Evans. The children of Rowland and Jane Adams were Charles Guildford Evans, Alice Clara Evans, Alfred William Forrest Evans, Herbert Ernest Raymond Evans, and Amy Joycelin Evans.

Evans, John, thePeerage.com. John Evans was born in 1804 in Longacre, London, England. He married Rachel Adams, daughter of John Adams and Vahineatua, on Nov. 26, 1824, in Pitcairn Island. He died Dec. 30, 1891, in Norfolk Island. On Dec. 10, 1823, when the Cyrus arrived at Pitcairn, and John Buffett volunteered to remain on the island as schoolteacher, 19-year-old Evans had a tearing decision to make. Buffett was his best friend and mentor. Since Buffett had signed on the ship in Honolulu, Evans had attached himself to the well-traveled and intelligent older seaman. Now Buffett had chosen to leave. It was not until the Cyrus had left was it discovered that the young Evans had hidden himself in the hollow stump of a tree on the island. When discovered, it was decided to allow him to stay. He was reportedly a very tiny man, reports of his height range from 5' to 5'3" tall. His father was either a coach maker or a watchmaker in Longacre, England. He apparently had an above average education for a sailor.

Evans, John Valentine Mansell, Lareau; thePeerage.com. John Valentine Mansell Evans was born on Pitcairn Island on January 12, 1829. He was the son of John Evans and Rachel Adams. He died before 1892, in New Zealand.

Evans, Kimberly Yvonne, thePeerage.com. Kimberly Yvonne Evans was born on 12 April 1969, at Ventura, California, USA. She is the daughter of David Evans and Melva Elector Warren.

Evans, Martha, Lareau; thePeerage.com. Martha Evans was born on Pitcairn Island on July 12, 1839. She was the daughter of John Evans and Rachel Adams. She married Joseph Quintal, son of Arthur Quintal and Mary Christian, on March 21, 1858, on Norfolk Island. She died on September 17, 1876, at age 37, on Norfolk Island. From March 21, 1858, her married name became Quintal. (For the children of Martha and Joseph Quintal, see "Joseph Quintal").

Evans, Mary, Lareau; thePeerage.com. Mary Evans was born on Pitcairn Island on January 17, 1833. She is the daughter of John Evans and Rachel Evans. She married George Martin Frederick Young, son of George Young and Hannah Adams, on December 25, 1849, on Pitcairn Island. She died on June 1, 1909, at age 76, on Norfolk Island. (For the children of Mary and George Martin Frederick Young, see "George Martin Frederick Young").

Evans, Melva Elector (See "Melva Elector Warren")

Evans, Rachel, thePeerage.com. Rachel Evans was born in 1797 in Pitcairn Island. She died Sept. 7, 1876, in Norfolk Island. Rachael was the daughter of John Adams and Vahineatua. She married John Evans on Nov. 26, 1824, in Pitcairn Island. When John Evans asked for her hand, he did not meet with much success. Her father did not approve of people marrying too young, and Evans was only 19, and the disparity in their ages was also an obstacle. However the matter was referred to Rachael for decision, and her answer came quickly, "Try it, Daddy." At length he reconsidered, and they were wedded with a ring formed of the outer circle of a limpet shell. The children of Rachael and John Evens were: John Valentine Mansell Evans, born Jan. 12, 1829, died 1892; William Evans, born Aug. 8, 1830, died Mar. 3, 1873; Mary Evans, born Jan. 17, 1833, died Jun. 1, 1909; George Francis Mason Evans, born Dec. 23, 1835, died May 6, 1910; Dinah Evans, born Aug. 6, 1839, died Jun. 11, 1870; and Martha Evans, born Jul. 12, 1839, died Sept. 17, 1876.

Evans, Rebecca, (See "Rebecca Christian").

Evans, Suzanne Lynn, thePeerage.com. Suzanne Lynn Evans was born on 4 October 1970 at Sitka, Alaska, USA. She is the daughter of David Evans and Melva Elector Warren.

Evans, Vicki Lee Royal Lindsay, Lareau; thePeerage.com. Vicki Lee Royal Lindsay Evans was born on Pitcairn Island on July 10, 1967. She is the daughter of David Evans and Melva Elector Warren

Evans, William, Snell; thePeerage.com. William Evans was born on Pitcairn Island on August 8, 1830. He was the son of John Evans and Rachel Adams. On January 22, 1854, William married Rebecca Christian on Pitcairn Island. She was the daughter of Charles Christian and Maria Christian. Their children were William Henry Hodgson Evans, who died on April 19, 1926; Maria Angelina Laura Evans, who was born on May 30, 1857, and died December 11, 1920; Mary Florence Evans, who was born on December 7, 1858, and did on December 2, 1880; Franklin Bates Evans, who was born on October 6, 1860, and died on October 19, 1908; Charles Medley Evans, who was born on May 9, 1862; Lucy Ella Robert Evans, who was born on October 31, 1863; Amelia Evans, who was born on August 30, 1865, and died on April 3, 1940; Emily Rachel Evans, who was born on April 28, 1867, and died February 7, 1887; John Fuller Evans, who was born on May 7, 1869, and died January 12, 1914; and Rebecca Evans, who was born on February 14, 1871. William Evans died on March 3, 1873, at age 42 on Norfolk Island..

Evans, William Henry Hodgson, Lareau; thePeerage.com. William Henry Hodgson Evans was born on Pitcairn Island on October 29, 1855. He was the son of William Evans and Rebecca Christian. William married Rachel Quintal, daughter of Joseph Quintal and Martha Evans, on October 17, 1883, at Norfolk Island. He died on April 19, 1926. The children of William and Rachel Quintal were Alice Rosina Evans, born April 22, 1884, and died in 1926; Charles Henry Evans, born September 24, 1886; William Richard Evans, born September 12, 1890; George Evans, born April 7, 1893; and Herbert Julius Evans, born March 5, 1900, and died May 8, 1900.

Faahotu (?), thePeerage.com. Faahotu (?) was born on Tahiti. She died between 1790 and 1791 on Pitcairn Island, from a throat disease. Faahotu (?) was also known as Pashotu (?). She was also known as Fasto (?). She and John Williams were associated circa 1790 on Pitcairn Island.

Richard Fairclough Richard Fairclough

Fairclough, Richard, P.I.S.G. Log, Tomeraasen. Richard (Dick) Fairclough was a native of Manchester, England, who from a passing ship first visited Pitcairn Island in 1911. He arrived at Pitcairn Island for an extended stay on June 30, 1927, and was continuing to live on the Island in 1938. A resident and sometimes historian of Pitcairn activities, Richard claimed descent from Joseph Bentley, said to be of the crew of the Bounty. Six months after Richard arrived at Pitcairn his sister joined him, both residing on the Island for a number of years.

Faulkner, Nadine June, thePeerage.com. Nadine June Faulkner was born March 14, 1972, at Auckland, New Zealand. She married Randall Kay Christian, son of Steven Raymond Christian and Olive Jal Brown, and has lived on Pitcairn with her husband for a number of years. The children of Nadine and Randall Key Christian are Emily Rose Christian, who was born on September 14, 2003, and was the first child born on Pitcairn in 17 years; Ryan Randy Christian, born March 22, 2005; and Adrianna Tracey Christian, born March 3, 2007. The child of Nadine and Ronald James Darrin Christian is Bradley Dean Charles Douglas Christian, who was born on July 28, 2001.

Ferguson, Wallace Ross, Steley. Wallace Ross Ferguson, along with his wife Phyllis Nellie Elsie, was pastor of the Pitcairn Island Seventh-day Adventist Church from 1976 to 1979.

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