The Evershed Family

The Evershed Family

The surname 'Evershed' is first recorded in Sussex, England, in the 13th Century, with Thomas de Everesheved. It is believed that all living Eversheds are descended from six men who lived in the early 1700's, William the Preacher, William of Cranley, Thomas of Penfold, John of Honeylane, Richard of Pallingham and another William Evershed. Thirteen Evershed men died during the Great War, including three of the four sons of Sarah Jane Evershed.

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  • Born 1892

    Died 1987

    British Army 192223 Sapper Royal Engineers

  • Born 1877

    Died 1931

    British Army 020573 Private Army Ordnance Corps

  • British Army Second Lieutenant Royal Army Service Corps

  • British Army S4/184816 Company Quarter Master Serjeant Army Service Corps

    British Army 313550 Company Quarter Master Serjeant Royal Engineers

    British Army WR/ 30952 Company Quarter Master Serjeant Royal Engineers

  • Born 1877

    British Army Captain Royal Army Service Corps

  • Born 1895

    Died 1915

    British Army 2379 Private Berkshire Yeomanry

  • Born 1895

    Royal Navy J15722

  • Born 1893

    Air Force (RAF/RFC) 220942

  • Born 1889

    Died 1945

    British Army 249172 Private Labour Corps

  • British Army 25585 Private Royal Fusiliers

    British Army 390927 Private Labour Corps

  • Born 1892

    Died 1983

    British Army 42879 Private Royal Army Medical Corps

    British Army Lieutenant Machine Gun Corps

  • Born 1889

    Died 1963

    British Army Captain 3rd Bombay Sappers and Miners

    British Army Captain Indian Army Reserve of Officers

  • Profile picture for Douglas Victor Evershed

    Born 1897

    Died 1981

    Australian Imperial Force 1264 Sapper 4th Division 12th Field Artilliary Brigade

    Australian Imperial Force 1264 Aust Corps Signal Coy

    Australian Imperial Force 1264 Private 8th Light Horse Regiment

  • Born 1883

    Died 1916

    Australian Imperial Force 7275 Bombardier 5th Brigade, Australian Field Artillery

  • Born 1882

    Died 1918

    Australian Imperial Force 1943 Corporal 4th Battalion Australian Infantry

  • British Army 3344 Trooper 1st Life Guards

    British Army 13564 Trooper Irish Guards

  • Born 1888

    Died 1963

    Royal Navy 234653 Able Seaman

    Royal Navy 234653 Able Seaman H.M.S. King Alfred (cruiser)

    Royal Navy 234653 Able Seaman H.M.S. Dido (cruiser, depot ship at Tipperary)

  • Born 1870

    Died 1951

    British Army Reverend Vicar of South Bersted, Sussex

    British Army Reverend / Chaplain 4th Class Army Chaplain's Department

  • Profile picture for Gertrude Annie Tonge

    Born 1881

    Died 1969

    Air Force (RAF/RFC) 18610

  • Born 1899

    Died 1975

    British Army Second Lieutenant Royal Engineers