Captain

George Gordon Everett

Conflict: 
WW1
References:
  • CWGC
NZ WAR GRAVES
CONTRIBUTED

Biographical Notes:

At the time of visiting, the Delhi Memorial was closed to the public, and I believe, still is, due to terrorist concerns.

Public Contributions:

Submitted by: Jenifer Lemaire
Relationship to casualty: Descendant through his Mother and Father
George was born Dunedin November 18 1884. He was the son of Albert and Ada Everett of Nelson. [Record since amended - NZWGT]
Submitted by: Jenifer Lemaire
Relationship to casualty: Descendant through his Mother and Father
Copy of article in Evening Post 1917 (from Papers Past). Captain George Everett, eldest son of Mr Albert Everett, of Pokororo, Nelson who has been killed in action was an old boy of Nelson College. O... Read More
Copy of article in Evening Post 1917 (from Papers Past). Captain George Everett, eldest son of Mr Albert Everett, of Pokororo, Nelson who has been killed in action was an old boy of Nelson College. On leaving Nelson College he went to England to join the Imperial Army and was afterwards transferred to India to the 67th Punjabis. He had been with the Indian troops for 12 years. While at Nelson College the late Captain Everett was the captain of the First Fifteen, head of the school etc. He was one of many who gained a commission in the Imperial Army from the Nelson College Cadets. He was 32 years of age and unmarried.


Personal Tributes:

Casualty

Name:
George Gordon Everett
Rank: 
Captain
Date of Birth:
18 November 1884
Education: 
Date of Enlistment:
Not known
Unit:
67 Punjabis, 2 Battalion

Casualty Details

Cause of Death:
Killed in action, Indian Frontier
Date of Death:
01 May 1917
Day of Death:
Tuesday
Conflict: 
WW1

Embarkation Details

Text in italics supplied by Cenotaph Online, Auckland War Memorial Museum

Cemetery

Cemetery Reference: 
Face 26.
Cemetery Location: 
India
George Gordon Everett
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