The family name Evans has been established in Europe for nearly 100 years. Records dating back to 1216 suggest there was a contingency of Evans's in the county of Oxfordshire.
Evans is ranked 42nd in the UK's most popular surnames. The recently published 1911 census carried out by H.M. Treasury for the United Kingdom and Ireland shows the greatest number of Evans's in the county of Hampshire. In 1867 a person named David Evans was sent to prison for misbehaviour. Members of the Evans family were involved in the D-day assult.
Some of the more famous Evans's include: