Named in honor of Brigadier General Clement Anselm (C. A.) Evans, handsome and popular division commander during the Civil War, he was wounded at Gettysburg. Inferior court judge in Stewart County, noted historian, Methodist minister and state senator who penned The Military History of Georgia
and edited Confederate Military History
Part of the county comes from the Creek cession of May 20, 1733, and had been organized as a parish before the American Revolution.
Taken from: Bulloch County, Georgia
and Tatnall County, Georgia
Counties created from:
Web sites:National Register of Historic Places in Evans County, GeorgiaLinks for Evans County, Georgia