Who is Evansville Indiana named for?

Robert M. Evans Evansville, city, seat (1818) of Vanderburgh county, southwestern Indiana, U.S., port on the Ohio River (there bridged to Henderson, Kentucky), 171 miles (275 km) southwest of Indianapolis. It was founded by Hugh McGary, Jr., in 1812 and was named for Robert M. Evans, a member of the territorial legislature.Jun 25, 2021

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