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Couple shares about life in two Gloucesters

Gloucester Day was celebrated Saturday to honor Gloucesters across the globe. One local couple has the privilege of calling two Gloucesters home.

Chris and David Evans of Gloucester Point moved from Gloucester, England, to Gloucester, Virginia, after David accepted a chief scientist position with Deepsea Ventures in 1975. The Evans family moved to the United States Fourth of July weekend that year, and was able to celebrate America’s bicentennial in Yorktown the following year.

The couple had difficulty finding property to buy in the area, but finally found a spec house in Gloucester Point, where they still live to this day.

“We didn’t plan to spend our whole lives here, but we did,” said Chris.

Since coming to Virginia, Chris has been employed at the Gloucester-Mathews Gazette-Journal, Yorktown Crier and the Virginia Gazette as a reporter. She also gives music lessons. David has worked at the Virginia Institute of Marine Science in the physical sciences department and the...

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