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Patrick A. Evers U.S. Army WWII
Patrick A. Evers U.S. Army WWII


 
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Date of Birth: 11/11/1911
Died On: 7/25/1967
Street Address: Highland Park
Service Number: 12007920
Branch of Service: U.S. Army-WWII

Veteran Code: USARMY-192


BIOGRAPHY
 
Patrick A. Evers was born in New York in 1911. In Rye his family lived on Highland Park. Patrick enlisted and served in the U.S. Army during World War II.

Cecil Albert Evers, foimer first vice president and manager of the Brooklyn branch of the Lawyers' Mortgage Company now theLawyers' Mortgage Guarantee Corpora- n- last nSht ,n Grasslands , Hospital, Mount Vernon N Y , after illne.s of five months J Mr. Evers was returning from Eneland on the S S Acquitania last Wintei when he slipped on the deck, fracturing his hip. The injury led to complications which caused his confinement first in Mount Vernon Hospital and then in Grass-his lands Hospital where he was con-his ! valescing at the time of his death He was seventy yeais old Born in London. Mr. Eveis became a citizen of this country fol-An , jowjng is arival here as a youth. worked as an architect on the

INJURY ON SHIP PROVES FATAL TO C. A. EVERS

Former Vice-President of Lawyers Mortgage Co. Ailing Five Months ' Pacific coast, later being employed by the United States Mortgage and Trust Company In 1903 he began his connection with the Lawyers' Mortgage Company. Prior to his retirement three years ago Mr. Evers resided in Elmsfort, Westchester County, and commuted to his office In Brooklyn. He held a lively interest in Brooklyn affairs and became a member of the Brooklyn Club. He was also a member of St. George's Society and the English Speaking Union. His second wife, Enas Agnew Eveis, an Englishwoman, riled In Italy several years ago. Fo, owing his retirement In 1933 Mi. Evers went to Europe where he spent most of his time in England.

Surviving are six children, Dorothy, Rosemaiy, Cecil A . Jr., Arthur, Richard and Patrick. Burial will take place in the Moravian Cemetery, New Dorp, 8. I. where the deceaseds first wife is burled.

PATRICK VAN'S EVERS Patrick Alexander Vans 'Vers, 53, im Wyoming Ave., died Tuesday, A native of Babylon, N.Y., he had lived in Tampa 19 years. He was a veteran of World War II. Surviving are a brother. Ma. C. Calvert Vans Evers (USAF Ret.), Tampa; a half-brother, Arthur Robert Evers, Rye, N.Y., and two half-sisters, Miss Dorothy C. Evers, Tampa, and Mrs. Rosemary C. E. Bustanoby, Beverly, New Jersey.
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