He was born in November 1845 (7, 12; 2 (20 in 1865), 4 [59 in 1903], 6 [36 in 1880], 7 [54 in 1900], 8 [65 in 1910], 12 [77 at death in 1922], 14 [15 in 1860], 15 [59 in 1903]). He was born in Pennsylvania, USA (2, 4, 6, 7, 8, 12 [Howard NY], 14 [NY (?)], 15).
In 1860, he was living in Howard, Steuben County, New York (14). He was a laborer (14).
When he enlisted, he was a farmer (2).
When he enlisted, he was 5 feet 8 inches tall, and had a fair complexion, blue eyes, and brown hair (2).
He also served in company B of the 171st Pennsylvania Infantry (3, 4, 5, 11, 15). He served for ten months (4, 15), from 21 October 1862 until 7 August 1863 (5).
He was a substitute (1, 2). He enlisted and was mustered into service on 16 March 1865 (1, 2, 5, 11 [7 Mar]). He was enlisted for one year, at Williamsport, Pennsylvania, by Captain Blair (2). He was mustered in as a private in company H (1, 2, 15, 16, 17).
In 1880/81, he married Mary E Harris (7, 12 ). In 1900, she reported having had 3 children, one of whom was alive (7, 12 [2 sons]). Their children include (12):
In 1880, he was living in Homer Township, Potter County, Pennsylvania (6). He was living with his wife Mary and son William (6). He was a laborer (6).
In 1890, he was living in Alfred, Allegany County, New York (5). He had rheumatism (5).
While in Alfred, he was a member of the Frank B Mason Post, GAR (12).
On 4 September 1890, he applied successfully from New York for a pension (3, 11).
In 1900, he was living in Keating Township, Potter County, Pennsylvania (7). He was living with his wife Mary, son W Kenson, and a boarder (7). He was a day laborer (7).
On 10 July 1903, he was admitted to the National Home (4, 15). He was admitted from Pennsylvania (4). He had defective vision (4).
In 1904, he was present at the Central Branch of the National Home (4). He was receiving a pension of $8 per month (4).
In 1910, he was living in the National Soldiers' Home, Central Branch, in Dayton, Montgomery County, Ohio (8). His wife was living in Keating Township, Potter County, Pennsylvania (9). She was living with their son William K Everett (9).
On 20 February 1914, he was discharged from the Central Branch of the National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers (15). He was receiving a pension of $15.50 per month (15).
He was paralayzed after a stroke in December 1921 (12). After suffering a second stroke on 16 January 1922, he was unconscious after that until he died (12).
He died on 26 January 1922, at Hammondsport [?], [Steuben County,] New York (11, 12, 13). He died at the home of his nephew, M O Everett (12). He was a member of Arch F Jones Post, GAR (12). He was a member of the Seventh Day Baptist Church (12). He was buried in Pleasant Valley Cemetery, Hammondsport, Steuben County, New York (12, 13).
On 4 February 1922, his widow, Mary E A [?] Everett, applied successfully from Pennsylvania for a pension (3, 11).
In 1920, his widow, Mary Everett, was living in Austin Borough, Potter County, Pennsylvania (10). She was living with her son William K and his wife (10).
1 Bates, Samuel Penniman. History of Pennsylvania volunteers, 1861-5. Harrisburg: B. Singerly, state printer, 1869-71. 5 volumes. 'Ninety-first regiment', volume 3, pages 186-233. (In the roster) (David D Everitt)
2 company H, descriptive roll, #145 (David Everitt)
3 pension index, by name (David D Everett)
4 Report of the Board of Managers of the National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1904. Serial Set volume 4835. Session volume 56, 58th Congress, 3rd Session. House Document 71. Pages 413 and 418. (D D Everett)
5 1890 US census, veterans' schedule, New York, Allegany County, Alfred, supervisor's district 9, enumeration district 1, page 3 (David D Everett)
6 1880 US census, Pennsylvania, Potter County, Homer Township, supervisor's district 6, enumeration district 106, microfilm series T9, film 1166, page 488 = 16 D handwritten (David Everitt)
7 1900 US census, Pennsylvania, Potter County, Keating Township, supervisor's district 11, enumeration district 113, microfilm series T623, film 1482, page 212 = 34 A handwritten (David Everett)
8 1910 US census, Ohio, Montgomery County, National Military Home, supervisor's district 2, enumeration district 135, microfilm series T624, film 1218, page 282 = 42 A handwritten (David D Evertt)
9 1910 US census, Pennsylvania, Potter County, Keating Township, supervisor's district 11, enumeration district 121, microfilm series T624, film 1415, page 15 = 15 handwritten (Mary E Everett)
10 1920 US census, Pennsylvania, Potter County, Austin Borough, supervisor's district 16, enumeration district 109, microfilm series T625, film 1648, page 25 = 13 A handwritten (Mary M Everett)
11 pension index, by regiment, 91st PA Infantry, company H (David D Everett)
12 [obituary], The Sabbath Recorder vol. 92 number 10 Plainfield NJ 6 March 1922 whole number 4018, page 319]] (David D Everett)
13 Find a grave memorial 46321877 (David D Everiet [sic]) [identification is confirmed by the date of death and cemetery listed in his obituary, reference 12 above]
14 1860 US census, New York, Steuben County, Howard, microfilm series M653, film 862, page 127 handwritten = 37 handwritten (David Everet)
15 Report of the Board of Managers of the National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1914. Serial Set volume 6875, Session volume 90, 63rd Congress, 3rd Session, House Document 1363. Page 323 (David D Everett)
16 index to compiled service records of volunteer Union soldiers who served in organizations from the state of Pennsylvania (David D Everett)
17 index to compiled service records of volunteer Union soldiers who served in organizations from the state of Pennsylvania (David D Everitt)
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The deceased was born in Howard, N.Y., in 1845, and was consequently in the seventy-seventh year of his age.
He was a veteran of the Civil War, having served in Company H, Ninety-first Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers. He was a member of Arch F. Jones Post, G. A. R.
After the war he settled in Potter County near the present town of Austin, and in 1870 was married to Mary E. Harris. To them were born two sons, Arthur who died in childhood, and W.K., now of Austin.
Mr. Everett moved to Alfred, N.Y., where he lived some years, returning later to Potter County.
He united with the Seventh Day Baptist Church, and while in Alfred was a member of Frank B. Mason Post, G. A. R. His health has been poor for some years and in December, 1921, he had a paralytic stroke, followed by another, January 16, which left him unconscious until death.
The funeral was in charge of Undertaker Fred C. Fancett, of Hammondsport, and sermon by Rev. Fay Chapman of the M. E. Church of that place.
Interment was made in Pleasant Valley Cemetery.--Coudersport (Pa.) Journal