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EVERETT, Edward Franklin, genealogist, born in Northfield, Massachusetts, 28 May 1840. He was graduated at Harvard in 1860. He was recording secretary of the New England historical and genealogical society in 1862. From 1862 till 1865 he served in the volunteer army as lieutenant in 2d Massachusetts heavy artillery regiment, after which he was engaged in the fire insurance business in Boston. He is the author of " Genealogy of the Everett Family" (1860), and "Genealogy of the Capen Family," published in the " New England Historical and Genealogical Register" (1866). Since 1882 he has been engaged in preparing the two works for publication in book form.
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