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Elder William Everett

Elder Everett was born May 8, 1930 in Martin County, N.C. Elder Everett married the former Lennie McGuire in Sept. 14, 1952. He was ordained in 1969 at the Falls of Tar River PB Church, Rocky Mount, NC. Churches pastored: Skewarkey PB, Muddy Creek PB, and Norfolk PB. His secular profession was a Funeral Director. He was also a Korean War naval veteran. Elder Everett is also know as the Author of the historical novel "Coolmore."

Elder Everett and wife, both orphaned at an early age in different sections of N.C., were raised in Masonic Orphanage at Oxford, N.C. Elder Everett's wife was a Registered Nurse and Certified Diabetes Educator.

Both memberships as of 2-26-1999 is Healthy Plains PB Church, Wilson County, NC. Moved by letter from Falls of Tar River PB Church, Rocky Mount, N.C. Presently associate pastor Healthy Plains PB Church.

First attended a PB church at request of a relative to reacquaint myself with distant relatives I had been separated from, and scarcely knew. The Robersonville PB Church was in view of my birth place. The singing I heard and the belief I heard mysteriously stimulated me to search for what I had never desired--religion.

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