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 1887

    Died 1974

    Royal Navy Deal/1422/S Sapper Royal Marines Divisional Engineers: Deal

    British Army 207531 Sapper Royal Engineers

  • Born 1883

    Died 1916

    British Army SD/2327 Private Royal Sussex Regiment 12th bn. royal sussex regiment (2nd Battalion

  • Born 1897

    Died 1985

    Air Force (RAF/RFC) 5277

  • Born 1894

    British Army 2032 Non-Combatant Corps

  • Born 1874

    Air Force (RAF/RFC) 291015

  • Born 1899

    Died 1966

    British Army Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Regiment

    British Army Second Lieutenant Royal Engineers

  • Born 1878

    Died 1917

    British Army 2808 Private Devonshire Regiment

    British Army 291149 Private Devonshire Regiment 1st Battalion

  • Born 1896

    Died 1953

    Royal Navy Sub-Lieutenant Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve

    Royal Navy Lieutenant Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, Naval Wing R.F.C. (R.N.A.S.)

    British Army 1250 Private London Regiment 28th bn. london regiment (artist Battalion

  • Born 1886

    Air Force (RAF/RFC) 28406

  • Born 1894

    Died 1976

    British Army British Red Cross, Voluntary Aid Detachment, France

  • Born 1879

    Died 1964

    Air Force (RAF/RFC) 120028

  • Born 1866

    Died 1954

    British Army Temporary Second Lieutenant Derbyshire Volunteer Regiment 7th Battalion

    British Army Lieutenant 7th Bn. Derbyshire Volunteer Regiment

  • Born 1867

    Died 1943

    British Army Acting Paymaster Army Pay Corps

    British Army Second Lieutenant (Paymaster) Royal Flying Corps and Royal Air Force