Harry H EVERETT was born 14 January 1926 in Danville, Montour County, Pennsylvania, USA. He married Sylvia J KNIBBS 27 June 1952 in Rensselear County, New York, USA. He died 05 November 2007 in Bennington, Bennington County, Vermont, USA. Sylvia J KNIBBS, daughter of Harold James KNIBBS and Pearl Nancy PALMATIER , was born 05 June 1934 in Stillwater, Rensselear County, New York, USA. She died 18 March 2012 in Albany County, New York, USA.


Children of Harry H EVERETT and Sylvia J KNIBBS are:
1. Marlene EVERETT, b. Private See James Michael HAWKINS & Marlene EVERETT
2. Kathleen EVERETT, b. Private See Robert L GLEESON & Kathleen EVERETT OR Richard J VANNUCCI & Kathleen EVERETT
3. Joy EVERETT, b. Private See Thomas LESSON & Joy EVERETT

Marriage/Union Events for Harry H EVERETT\Sylvia J KNIBBS:

Marriage Notes for Harry H EVERETT\Sylvia J KNIBBS:

From The Greenwich journal and Fort Edward advertiser., January 14, 1953:
Marriages in 1952.
June
27. Miss Sylvia Knibbs of Stillwater and Harry Everett of Easton.

Other Marriages/Unions for Sylvia J KNIBBS:
See Robert Jay SMITH & Sylvia J KNIBBS


Notes for Harry H EVERETT:

Name: Harry H Everett
Name (Original): EVERETT HARRY H
Event Type: Military Service
Event Date: 11 Mar 1944
Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law
Event Place: Ft Dix, New Jersey, United States
Residence Place:
Race: White
Citizenship Status: citizen
Birth Year: 1926
Birthplace: PENNSYLVANIA
Education Level: Grammar school
Civilian Occupation: Semiskilled lumbermen, raftsmen, and woodchoppers
Marital Status: Single, without dependents
Military Rank: Private
Army Branch: No branch assignment
Army Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men)
Source Reference: Civil Life
Serial Number: 42087481
Affiliate Publication Title: Electronic Army Serial Number Merged File, ca. 1938-1946
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In 1930, Harry was lioving at Easton, Washington, New York :
Clarence H Everett Head Mar 38 Pennsylvania
Rachel A Everett Wife Mar 38 Pennsylvania
Francis W Everett Son 15 Pennsylvania
Arthur L Everett Son 8 Pennsylvania
Harry H Everett Son 4 Pennsylvania
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We also see them in 1940, living at Easton Town, Washington, New York:
Harry Everett Head Wid 48 Woodchopper Pennsylvania
Frank Everett Son 24 UnM Woodchopper Pennsylvania
Arthur Everett Son 17 Woodchopper Pennsylvania
Harry Everett Son 14 Pennsylvania
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Harry married Sylvia in 1953.
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From The Times Union - Albany, NY, Thursday, November 8, 2007.
MECHANICVILLE Harry H. Everett, 81, of Second Ave., died after a short illness on Monday, November 5, 2007 at the Southwestern Medical Center, Bennington, Vt., reuniting him with his parents and siblings. Born in Danville, Penn, January 14, 1926, son of the late Clarence and Rachel Reese Everett, Harry lived in Stillwater many years, and also the Easton/Schaghticoke area most of his life. He was a truck driver for the General Electric Co. in Schenectady for 17 years, retiring in 1988. Previously, he worked as a beater room operator for the former West Virginia Pulp and Paper Co. in Mechanicville for 25 years until the plant closed in 1971. During World War II, Harry enlisted as a 17-year-old into the US Army, serving in the 346th of the 87th Infantry Brigade "Golden Acorns," participating in the Battle of the Bulge, where he was wounded in combat and earned the Purple Heart, along with other awards. As a young lad, Harry learned to play the harmonica, entertaining his family and friends over the years, but also his fellow soldiers during World War II. Survivors include his three daughters, Marlene and James Hawkins of Malone, Kathy Gleeson of Mechanicville and Joy and Thomas Lesson of Malone; also his eight grandchildren, Robert and Amy Gleeson, Tammy Kiley, Erin, Joshua and Scott Lesson, Andrew and Neil Hawkins and six great-grandchildren; also his adopted sister, Anna Knibbs of Stillwater; and neices and nephews. Harry was predeceased also by his two brothers, Frank and Arthur Everett. A funeral service will be held on Friday at 11 a.m. at the DeVito-Salvadore Funeral Home, 39 So. Main St., Mechanicville. Burial with military honors in the Saratoga National Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home Friday from 10 a.m. till the 11 a.m. service. Remembrances may be made to the Vermont Veterans Home of Bennington, Vt.
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Our gratitude goes to the members and volunteers at Find A Grave web site for recording the details, in memory of Harry.

Sources for Harry H EVERETT:

  1. Personal Contact with Ana Knibbs Rizzo,
  2. Obituary,

Notes for Sylvia J KNIBBS:

From The Saratogian, June 6, 1934:
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Knibbs are rejoici8ng over the birth of a daughter at their home on North Main Street, yesterday afternoon
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From The Saratogian, 22 December, 1944:
3 Churches Hold Holiday Parties
Stillwater—The three Protestant churches of the village held Christmas parties last evening.
In the Methodist Church a program was presented by the children of the Sunday School at 7:30 under the direction of Mrs. Leonard Kellogg Jr., Mrs. Louis Booth and Mrs. Frank Alexik. The program, announced by Mrs. Edna Baker, follows;
Christmas carols, recitations. Tiny Tot, Carl Schellenger; A Great Big Greeting, Linda Sue Kellogg; Christmas Morning, Hazel Parker; The Christmas Tree, Alice Knibbs; What Shall I Give, Sandra Robinson; Christmas carols; recitations. A Little Helper, Harolyn Bardwell.
My Gift. James Schellenger: recitations, To Be Like him, Sylvia Knibbs; exercise. Last Year's Dollies Eleanor Lowell, Annetta Smith and Patricia Parker; recitation, Even Little Children, Donald Bardwell; My Christmas Star, Velma Bryan; exercise, Sharing Christmas. George Crandall, Wil-liam Banks, Wayne Mann, Paul Parker, Harry Crandall and Ernest Parker.

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Sylvia worked for the State of New York for the State Insurance Fund which provided insurance for workmen's compensation. She retired in 1996.
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From the Times Union, Tuesday, March 20, 2012:
Smith, Sylvia Everett (Knibbs)
STILLWATER Sylvia (Knibbs) Everett Smith, 77, of Hudson Avenue, died Sunday, March 18, 2012 at St. Peter's Hospital, Albany, after a short illness. A native and lifelong resident of Stillwater, she was daughter of the late Harold and Pearl Palmatier Knibbs, and wife of R. Jay Smith who died January 20, 2011. Sylvia was a clerk with the New York State Insurance Fund in Albany for a number of years before retiring. She had been a volunteer kindergarten aide with St. Mary's Catholic School in Waterford. Gardening and cooking were things she enjoyed doing around the house, but tending to her family, especially her grandchildren, gave the greatest joy. Surviving family include three daughters, Marlene Hawkins of Schodack, Kathy Gleeson of East Longmeadow, Mass., and Joy Lesson of Malone and step-daughter Heather Smith of Saratoga Springs. Eight grandchildren, Andrew and Neil Hawkins, Tammy Kiley, Amy Schunk, Robert Gleeson, Erin, Joshua and Scott Lesson, along with 11 great-grandchildren. Also her siblings, Alice Martin of Florida, William (Ana) Knibbs of Stillwater, Nancy Palmer of Schuylerville and James Knibbs of Columbia, S.C., along with nieces and nephews. A burial service will be held at the Saratoga National Cemetery, on Wednesday, March 21 at 10:30 a.m. A gathering of friends will be held at Sylvia's home Wednesday from noon till 3 p.m. In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be made to Holy Family School, 12 Homestead Ave., Malone, NY 12953, in memory of Sylvia Knibbs Everett Smith.

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Our gratitude goes to the members and volunteers at Find A Grave web site for recording the details, in memory of Sylvia.

Sources for Sylvia J KNIBBS:

  1. Personal Contact with Ana Knibbs Rizzo,
  2. Personal Contact with Sylvia (Knibbs) Smith,
  3. Obituary,