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HENRY EVERS' SONS ALBERT,LEON,CARL,HENRY
Posted by: Kate Jennings (ID *****4391) Date: July 06, 2008 at 17:29:42
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CALIFORNIA HENRY EVERS, Coroner of Alameda county, was born in Bremen, Germany, March 3, 1844, a son of John Henry and Anna (Bergmann) Evers. He set out for California, by way of New York, in 1864, arriving in San Francisco September 29. On January 1, 1867, became partner in the Oakland house of Lamarche & Co., where he had been bookkeeper. He remained a member of the firm until they wound up the business, February 1, 1874. He then embarked in mercantile business on his individual account in San Francisco, as Henry Evers, so continuing until 1885, when he made an entire change in his career, embarking in the business of UNDERTAKER, in which he proved to be the right man in the right place. He moved his business to Oakland, August 1, 1886. In 1888 he was elected Coroner of Oakland. Mr. Evers was married in Oakland, August 9, 1868, to Miss Mary C. Suckert, born in New Orleans, Louisiana, of German parents, and has five sons: Julius (died young); AND I AM LOOKING FOR DESCENDANTS OF HIS OTHER FOUR SONS -
ALBERT, LEON, CARL AND HENRY.


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