I found information on the Evatt's in a book I have: "Mountain View, 1899-1999, The First 100 Years."It doesn't have any information on the Johnson's or Stansberry's.It also has a picture of T.C. and Jesse Evatt.It's black & white and not the best quality, but I can scan it for you if you'd like.Here's what it says:
"C.M. Evatt was born in Alabama in 1855 and came to the "new country" in the spring of 1901.He and his family first lived in a tent on Spring Creek seven miles northwest of Mtn. View.Mr. Evatt did not draw a farm when the Kiowa country opened.His oldest son, Wright, was more lucky and it was onto his claim in the Saddle Mountain community (SE 23-5-14) that the family moved in 1902.They lived first in a tent and then in a half dugout.There was no school the first year but by the spring of 1903 the Saddle Mountain school had been organized and met first in the half-dugout home of Alex Moss, and old confederate veteran.
Mr. Evatt and his wife, Margaret Reeves Evatt, had 10 children.Mr. and Mrs. Evatt operated the Saddle Mountain Store from 1907 until near 1920.They moved to Mtn. View in their later years and are both buried in the Mtn. View Cemetery.
One of C.M. Evatt's sons was T.C. "Jum" Evatt.T.C. married Jesse Johnson, also from Saddle Mountain, and they lived their entire life in the Saddle Mountain community.T.C. and Jesse had six children (two died in infancy) the other four are still living:..."
The rest of the article has information on living individuals.Email me if you'd like the rest of the article and I'll send it to you.