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Allan Frederic Everett (1868 - 1938)

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Admiral Allan Frederic Everett
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Excerpt from Visitation of England and Wales, by Frederick Arthur Crisp, Volume 16, available [1]:

Captain Allan Frederic Everett R.N.,

born at Greenhill House, Sutton Veny, on Saturday, 22 February,
bapt. at Sutton Veny 22 April 1868;
entered the Royal Navy as a
Cadet July 1881,
Sub-Lieutenant 14 May 1888,
Lieutenant 30 June 1891, :
Commander 30 June 1901,
Captain 31 December 1905

Admiral, Sir Allan Frederic Everett, R.N. See Wikipedia[2] [3]

Allan Frederic, Sir Everett (1921)

Rank: Rear Admiral
Gallantry Awards:
Knight Commander of Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George
Knight Commander of the Royal Victorian Order 
Companion of the Order of the Bath
Roumania - Crown of Roumania - Grand Officer
Award Details: CW8897/21
Service: Royal Navy
Archive Reference: ADM 172/134
Appointment: Naval Secretary 1st Lord.

He died on 22 Jan 1938. Probate was granted to Francis Douglas Everett. [4]


  1. England and Wales edited by Frederick Arthur Crisp Volume 16 Privately Printed 1909 - available at
  2. See Wikipedia
  3. From Forces War Records
  4. Probate Calendar Online

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