Sir John Evans (17 November, 1823 – 31 May, 1908) was an English archaeologist and geologist.
John Evans (9 March, 1814 – 3 July, 1897) was a US politician, physician, railroad promoter, and namesake of Evanston, Illinois, Evans, Colorado and Mount Evans, Colorado. He is most noted for being one of the founders of both Northwestern University and the University of Denver.
John Evans (August 19 1877 — June 10 1990) is the longest-lived man ever authenticated in the United Kingdom.
Alfred John Evans (born May 1, 1889 in Newtowne, Hampshire, died September 18, 1960 in London) was a cricketer who played for Oxford University, Hampshire, Kent and England. He was also an all-round sportsman who enjoyed success in golf and racquets.
John Thomas Evans (1770 - 1799) was a Welsh explorer who produced an early map of the Missouri River.
John William Evans (Born; Liverpool, England, 1 December, 1855; Death 2 October, 1943) was an Australian politician and Premier of Tasmania. John was first elected to the Tasmanian House of Assembly in the electorate of Kingborough on the 20 January, 1897. He did not have a political party, at this time, but is described as Anti-Socialist.
John Evans (born 28 August 1929) was a footballer with Liverpool Football Club between 1953 and 1957.
John Evans (June 18, 1948, in Memphis,Tennessee) was the original keyboardist for the Box Tops. He left the band in 1968 and was the only original member that didn't rejoin the band when they reformed in 1996. He should not be confused with John Evan whom played keyboards for Jethro Tull from 1970 until 1980.
John Charles Evans (born March 24, 1947 in Torquay) is an English former professional footballer and an international Bowls player.
John Evans (died c. 1723) was a Welsh pirate who had a short but successful career in the Caribbean.
John Evans has been described as "one of Wales' most uncompromising and original contemporary artists and writers"[What the Critics Say] - The Official John Evans Website .