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Response to Question One of Abraham Evans' Great Great Granchildren is trying to locate the burial place of Abraham Evans. The following is my best information on that subject. I hope it is helpful. Abraham Evans, father of Elizabeth Evans, was taken with a serious illness, perhaps cholera, as they crossed Wyoming. being unable to walk he was put into one of the wagons of the company, [the coressponding weight was transferred from the Wagon to the handcart his family was pushing and pulling]. He died and was buried at the crossing of the Green River; this was near Farson Wyoming. the river has meandered considerably since that time and his burial place can not be located now. He was burried by the side of the Green River. There was a ferry at the crossing at that time.