Fonds red-2807 - Eversole family fonds

Corporal from a cavalry regiment James Eversole John Edwin Eversole Emma Root Students and staff at the Berkhamsted Farm school The Very Reverend Dr. T.C. Fry, Dean of Lincoln Chaplain the Very Reverend T.C. Fry Basil H. Fry Berkhamsted Farm Gertrude Eversole
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Eversole family fonds

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RED red-2807

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  • [ca. 1865]-1950, predominant 1902-1945 (Creation)
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    Eversole (family)

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150 photographs : b&w. -- 6 cm of textual records

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John Edwin Eversole (1874-1955) and his wife Gertrude May Dodson (1882-1961) moved in 1904 from Gilmore City, Iowa to work at George Root's Spruce Bluff Farm near the town of Red Deer, Alberta. In 1909, John Eversole became the manager of the nearby Berkhamsted Farm, owned by Reverend Doctor T. C. Fry, then the headmaster of Berkhamsted Grammar School in England. T. C. Fry had purchased the land in order to set up a farming school to prepare graduates of the public school in Canadian farming techniques. John Eversole remained an employee of T. C. Fry and his son C. E. M. Fry until the Eversoles retired and moved into Red Deer in 1947. They had slowly over the years accumulated land and revenue properties in and around Red Deer. They had 2 children: Frank Dodson Eversole (1905-1916); and Charles Henry Eversole (1917-1992)

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Inherited by Charles Eversole from his mother's estate in 1961, and inherited in turn by his step-son, Seth Anders in 1992

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Fonds consists of Eversole family correspondence (1909-1950), contracts (1904), published material (1902-1909), and photographs (ca. 1865-ca. 1950). RECORDS RELATED TO THE FOLLOWING PERSONS ARE ALSO IN THIS FONDS: Mike Anderson; Miss E. "Cissy" Black; E. G. Clayton; G. K. Colbourne; Shirley Davey; Mr. Dillon; Mrs. George H. Dodson; Frank Dodson Eversole; I. Eversole; James Eversole; Ted Fiddler; Basil H. Fry; Reverend Charles. E. M. Fry; Reverend Doctor T. C. Fry; Ben Greene; R. E. Gurney; Edward Hawley; Mr. Jackson; Miss Kader; Mr. Love; Mrs. McKinnon; Edward Michener; Eva Oliver; Lionel Page; Mrs. Page; the Patterson brothers; George R. Pearkes; Edward Pearkes; Alfred Pointer; Sophia Robinson; Emma Root; George F. Root; Glenn Speirs; Jean Speirs; Neil Speirs; Verne Speirs; Mr. Walde; Mrs. White. Fonds is composed of the following series:;I. Correspondence;11. Contracts and licenses;III. Published materials;IV. Photographs

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Poor condition of some of the paper correspondence, conservation required

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Gift of Seth and Monika Anders, 2000

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  • English

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Transcription available of Dean T. C. Fry's correspondence with the Eversole family

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Berkhamsted Grammar School fonds, Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies, England. -- 1877-1950

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Record No. MG 32<br><br>

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