Joshua B. Everett, Cultural Leader - Kentucky, to John Peter Everett, Revolutionary War - Virginia
Craig Everett, Interpreter; The Ledger-Independent of the Death of Joshua B. Everett; Diary of William Charles Everett, Milton Everett; Diary of William Charles Everett, Robert Louis Everett; Diary of William and Ann Everat, Jane Stubbs Bailey; ancestry.com and familysearch.com.
Christopher Averett/Everett is viable but the information cannot be confirmed.
(1) Christopher Averett/Everett b. 1590 in Cornwall Co., England d. 1625/1635 in Warwick, VA. He married Margery Stephens from b.1594 to d.1695. They were married at 1616 in Exeter, Devon, England.
William Charles Everett b.1614
(2) William Charles Everet b. 1614 in Cornwell Co., England and d. in Warwick Co., VA. He married Ann Symons in 1637 in England. She was b.1618.
There two "debarked on the mouth of the James River, and unloaded onto a barge, the Paul Jones. Kinard Hawkins was its Captain. They landed in Jamestown and settled in Williamsburg, Virginia (Milton Everett." This was reported by Robert Lewis Everett that this couple arrived in 1640 and that the wife's maiden name was Symons.
Symons received a 300 acre grant in the NW branch of the Nansemond River for the transportation of William Everett and Ann Symons Everett, and four other individuals. They believe that Ann was Symons daughter. They intermarried with the Symons and Everetts. Jane Stubbs Bailey has suggested that the Symons may have been too young to father Ann Symons and that she was possibly his sister.
John Everett b.1644
Symon Everett b.1646 and d.1716
Robert Everett b.1648 and d.1681
Richard Everett b.1650 and d.1686
George Everett b.1651 and d.1712
(3) George Everett b. 1645/1656 in Northumberland Co., VA and d. 1712 in Northumberland Co., VA. He married Mary Taylor at 1702. She was b.1651 and d.1713.
He also was considered coming to VA before 1656. He probably came from Colonel Richard Lee prior to 1656 at which time Miles Dixon received land at Northumberland Co., VA
Thomas Everett b.1669 and d.1727
George Everett b.1674 and d.1700
(4) Thomas Everett b. 1659/1669
in Northumberland Co, VA and d. 1727 in Bedford Co., VA. He married Elizabeth
1663-1726. They were 1696 in Lancaster Co., VA.
The will of Thomas Everitt was produced in 1726. He gives "my eldest son John Everitt all the land and plantation I now live on." He gives Thomas Everitt a hundred acres. There is some discussion about the timing of the deaths and how William Everitt should be placed there. "He also will have maintenance with my son Thomas as he is not 18. The will of my daughter Winnifred Pullen shall have five hundred pounds of tobacco paid out of his estate. Each of my daughters, Mary, Sarah, Judee, and Lucretia have as much of my estate as paid for by my representative." His will is that my two sons Jesse and Rawleigh Everitt, and my two daughters Judee and Lucretia Everitt shall abide "by loving wife Elizabeth Everitt." There is a clause that they also remain with my son John. And they shall have plenty "use of my Three negroes, named Abba, Henry and Jenny." Some other discussion of his wife and male children in case someone dies. He received 5000 lbs. per years.
John Everitt b.1683 and d.1726
Thomas Everitt Jr. b.1685
Winifred Everitt Pullen b.1687 and d.1766
Lucreta Everitt b.1689
Sarah Everitt b.1693
Elizabeth Everitt Pullen
Raleigh Everitt b.1710 and d.1757
Judee (Judith) Everitt b.1712
Mary Everitt b.1712
Everitt b. 1691 at Lancaster, VA and
d. 1757 at 66 years in Bedford Co., VA. Sarah Everitt b. 1714
Will of December 29, 1756 in terms of Rawleigh Everitt. After attached
eulogy, Simmond (Symon) received my negro boy, Danny, when he arrives at twenty
one. His three son, Leeroy, John, William Everitt shall share by son if his
Daniel dies by 21.
Everett b. 1745
Everett b.1753-d.1845 (Peter is the name attached to this Everett)
Simeon/Simmons Everett b.1753-d.1822
Lucretia Everett b.1754
(6) John Peter Everett b. (once)
1753 in Lancaster, VA and (twice) in Pennsylvania (this is confusing). And d.
1845 in Ona, Cabell, VA at 91. Sarah Dedman 1755 in Albemarle, VA and d. 1838
Cabell, W. VA.
Residences in Kanawha, VA from 1810 (52) and Cabell, VA in 1830, 1840, 1845 (at death). Private 1 VA Regiment, Revolutionary War.
Sallie Everett 1785-1870
(7) Samuel Dedman Everett b.
1791 in Mt. Sterling, Montgomery, KY and d. Mt. Sterling. Henrietta Richardson
was b. 1794 and d. in 1876 Frederick, VA at 82.
Everett b. 1817
Everett b. 1819
Everett b. 1821
Catlett Everett b. 1823
Everett b. 1825
Everett b. 1827
Everett b. 1828
Everett b. 1829
Everett b. 1833
Everett b. 1835
Everett b. 1837 and d. 1863
Everett b. 1855
(8) John Everett b. 1823 in
Montgomery, KY and d. 1863 (40 years) in Mason, KY. Lanner R. Chenoweth b.
1838-1903 in Montgomery, KY
Chenoweth Everett b. 1860
Rodgers Everett b. 1861
Henrietta Richardson Everett b. 1863
(9) John Chenoweth Everett b.
1858 and d. 1932. His father at was 42 the a grain dealer in Cincinnati,
Hamilton, OH. Anna Boynton Burgess was b. 1869 and d. 1956. They were married in
Burgess Everett 1894-1985
Chestnut Everett 1900-1985
Morris Everett (nothing identified)
Lawrence Everett 1909-1964
Burgess Everett 1911-1991
(10) Joshua Burgess Everett b.
1894 from Maysville, Mason, KY and d. 1985. He was married to two: (1) Susan M.
Carbon, 20, being divorced; (2) Alealltha J. Wisner, 24.
Joshua Burgess Everett was chairman of the English-Speaking Union, president from 1961 to 1983 and the former national director of the Union. He was 90 years old. Everett a retired banker in New York and London had been connected with Louisville and Maysville, KY. "His involvement in civic, cultural and welfare organizations included such diverse field as mental health, ballet, theater, Louisville riverfront development and the Louisville Zoo.
He was appointed by Queen Elizabeth II as a Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire for outstanding service in the cause of Anglo-American friendship and understanding. The Kentucky English-Speaking Union increased it membership from 200 to more than 1,000. The group honored in 1984 by creating the Joshua B. Everett Endowment to finance scholarships for Kentucky students to attended British university. Many of his jobs paid no salary.
"The puckish, rotund man sometimes was mistaken for movie director Alfred Hitchcock during his many visit to England." He said, "It's mainly because I like contact with people. Then, I like to take over things that need to be pulled together. It's no fun when they're will-oiled." He attended the University of Princeton and had the Joshua Burgess Everett Elementary School in Jefferson County was dedicated in 1950. He had a significant history of other honors.