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Name: Amanda Evans

Burial Number: 0157

Gender: Female

Born: 04/07/1846

Died: 09/11/1889

Buried: 12/11/1889


Amanda Emily Evans was born in 1846, the eldest daughter of Henry Leland Evans of Dublin, an accountant.

She had a younger sister, Emma Andaluzia Evans, born 1854, but no British birth or census records have been found for the family.

In 1896, Emma married Charles Louis M. Eugene De Lannoy, resident of Brussels, and Amanda appears to have also lived in Belgium.

Amanda Emily Evans died on 9th November 1889 aged 43 years, at Byram, Invalids Home, Wordsworth Road, Worthing, she was unmarried and of Independent Means.  The informant on her death certificate was the owner of the Nursing Home.                                                                                                              The cause of death was recorded as “Mitral disease of heart, Dropsy”.

Researcher: Maggie Martin

The Grave

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Location in Cemetery

Area: SWS Row: 9 Plot: 2

Exact Location (what3words): save.voting.oasis

Ashes or Urn: Unknown



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Amanda Emily Evans of Brussels. Eldest daughter of the late H.L. Evans of Dublin. Born July 4th 1846. died at Worthing Nov. 9th 1889

Further Information


Name: Amanda Emily Evans

Gender: Female

Born: 04/07/1846

Town: Unknown

County: Unknown

Country: Unknown


Maiden Name: Not applicable

No marriage information is available for this burial record.

Information at Death

Date of Death: 09/11/1889

Cause of death: Mitral disease of the Heart; Dropsy;

Address line 1: Byram Invalids Home

Address line 3: Wordsworth Road

Town: Worthing

County: Sussex

Country: England


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Personal Effects

Money left to others: No value recorded

Current value of effects: Not calculated

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