Griffith George Evans was born at Bootle on the 10th March 1895 and was baptised on the 21st April 1895 at St.Peter's C.of E. Church, Liverpool.
 
He was the son of Griffith Evans and Sarah Ann (nee Wilson) who were married at Liverpool in 1893.
 
1901 Census 5 Talbot Street Parents Griffith and Sarah Ann with children Sarah E, Griffith G, William and Agnes 
 
1911 Census 5 Talbot Street Mother Sarah Ann with children Sarah E, Griffith George, Stephen, William H, Mary Agnes, Gaenor and Alexander 
 
His service records have survived. They show that he enlisted at Bootle on the 27th May 1913, aged 18 years 2 months. He was 5ft 4 inches tall with a 35 inch chest.
 
Griffith was a general labourer in the employ of Linacre Gas works and was living at 5 Talbot Street. His mother Sarah A Evans was still at 5 Talbot Street in 1919.
 
His photograph was published in a commemorative booklet issued when the first part of the Bootle Roll of Honour was unveiled in 1916.
 
A report on his death appeared in the Bootle Times on the 22nd and 29th October 1915 and in the Liverpool Echo on the 20th October 1915.
 
ANOTHER BOOTLE TERRITORIAL.
   Information from the War Office, just received by his mother, Mrs. S.A. Evans, 5, Talbot-street, Bootle, confirms the report conveyed by his comrades of the death, in action, of Private George G. Evans, aged twenty-one, who was killed in France on September 25. He has served two years in the 7th Battalion King's Liverpool Regiment (T.F.) before the war, and had been employed at the Bootle Gasworks. He was a regular attendant at Marsh-lane Wesleyan Church.

Bootle Times 20th October 1915