OK, I think we need to get the Evans data to fill in the blanks?But first:Buford Allee was the son of Rev. David and Charity Bybee Allee.Through him you get the Evans connection.
1. Susanna Evans m Buford Bybee 17 March 1808 (Barren Co, marriage records).Her father, Thomas Evans Sr., gave consent for the marriage.
2. Thomas Evans Jr., m Lavina Bell 9 Apr 1799 in what was then Warren County, no doubt to be Barren when the two counties were made separate.Her father, John B. Bell gave consent as did Thomas Evans Sr., by whom the couple was married.Both men stated that they were fathers.Thomas Evans Sr., performed the marriage ceremony, either as a Justice of the Peace or as a Minister of the gospel is unknown.
Conclusion:Thomas Evans Jr., and Susanna Evans were siblings.
3. Barren County Court Order book 4 April 1816:"On a motion of William Evans it is ordered that Thomas Monro, Robinson P. Beauchamp, and Joseph Underwood be appointed commissioners in behalf of Wm. Thomas, Poll Susannah, Jesse, Sally, Jame, Abatia, Nancy, Johne, and Burrel Evans, children of John Evans, deceased, heirs of Thomas Evans, Sr, deceased to convey to Wm. Evans a tract of land containing 140 acres agreed to deed given by Thomas Evans, Sr., and that the bond be received."
4. according to this research, Thomas Evans Sr., had sons William and John as shown above.Thomas Evans Jr, and at least one daughter, Susanna Evans who married Buford Allee.
5. Barren County, KY:Will of Thomas Evans Jr.
This is my last will and testament made this twenty-fourth day of September in the year of our Lord 1821 in the manner and form as followeth to wit:Item, I will and desire that all my just debts be paint _ Item, I will and desire that my two sons William and John Evans have the two horses that they now have in possession.Item, I will and desire that my beloved wife Lavina Evans have the whole of my estate both real and personal during her natural life time for the purpose of raising a educating of my children hereafter named to wit:Betsy Evans, Purlina Evans, Sally Evans, Diane Evans, jemima Evans, Giney Evans, Fanny Evans, Edmond Evans and Robert Evans.
Item, I will and desire that if my beloved wife Lavina Evans should die before my above named children should have become of lawful age or marry that my son William Evans take possession of my estate and apply the same to the purpose of raising my hand and seal this the day and date written above.Signed: Thomas Evans
Attest:Phillip V. Young
Joseph T. Hughes
6. May County Court 1822 the will brought to court for the heirs of Thomas Evans, deceased.
7. 1830 September.John Evans, the son of Thomas and Lavina Bell Evans, bought from his mother and her other children 128 acres of land on Glovers Creek, Barren Co., KY.Those signing this deed were:
William Evans, G. B. Hill and wife Purlina, Mary Bybee and husband William Bybee, Edward Evans, Lavina Evans, Elizabeth Hill and husband Rowland Hill.The signature of Nancy Evans appears twice, wives of William And Edward/Edmond.All the children except John, went to Missouri, as did their mother.
David and Charity Bybee went to Missouri, their son Buford and wife Susanna Evans to MO.All the Evans except John, of this family line, went to Missouri.The Hill family probably made the first move to Missouri from Barren and several of that family married Evans daughters.Jemima Evans, mentioned in the above will, married the son of Buford and Susanna Evans Allee.
This is a bit much, but thought it helped explain.