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Rev James Thomas Everritt
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Birth: Jan. 14, 1821
Twiggs County
Georgia, USA
Death: Mar. 30, 1887
Stewart County
Georgia, USA

Husband of Sarah Hardison (English) Everritt and son of Thomas Jennett Everritt (1781-1863) and Jennette (Richardson) Everritt (1796-1863).

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Gospel Messenger - April 1888

Elder James Everitt, son of Thomas Jennet Averritt born Twiggs county Georgia Jan.14, 1821. He was raised in Houston County Georgia and then moved to Macon County Georgia, joined the Hepzibah Primitive Baptist Church, also known as Red Hill, Macon County Georgia. Was baptized by Elder Sampson English. Married Miss Sarah H. English June 1843, daughter of Elder Sampson English.

In the winter of 1843 he moved his wife to Stewart County Georgia and began preaching in 1844. In 1849 his ordination was called for but he objected and moved to Macon County and his ordination was again called for in 1852, he sold his home in Macon County Georgia to his brother-in-law and moved to Randolph County Georgia and joined the Poplar Springs Church in Stewart County Ga. once again called to ordination and submitted to the wishes of the brethren.

written by W. T. Everritt.
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  Sarah Hardison English Everritt (1826 - 1901)
  William Thomas Everritt (1844 - 1921)*
  Theophilus Sampson Everritt (1847 - 1916)*
*Calculated relationship
Poplar Springs Cemetery
Webster County
Georgia, USA
Created by: C. T. Lewis
Record added: Dec 31, 2008
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Rev James Thomas Everritt
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Rev James Thomas Everritt
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Rev James Thomas Everritt
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