Everett

Name origin: A corruption of Everard from the Saxon, also the Greek signifying well reputed, ever honored.

William Everett

b.abt.1614 prob.Devon, England; s/o parents ukn
d.1652/53 Kittery, ME
m.Margaret (Margery) Witham
b.abt.1618 prob. Devon, England
d.bef.1678 Kittery, ME

CHILDREN included:

  1. Martha Everett b.Jan. 23, 1640 of So. Berwick, ME d.aft.Feb. 22, 1728/9 m.bef.June 20, 1656 (1)Kittery, ME Nathan Lord m.(2)abt.1684 Abraham Lord

NOTE: From Pioneers of Maine and New Hampshire 1623-1660 by POPE page 65: EVERETT, AVERET, William, Kittery, was sued in Piscataqua court in 1640. Took oath of allegiance to Mass. govt. 16 Nov. 1652. Wife Margaret.
He died between 25 March 1671, date of his last deed of land, and 23 Nov. 1674, when that sale was confirmed by the widow, who had meantime married Issac Nash of Dover. Their daughter Martha, wife of Nathan Lord, joined in the deed. [York De. IV]

NOTE: Dates of death are different from my other sources...Nothing is easy!--HW

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