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Marion V. CORBIN
Husband:  George A. EVERETT
Birth:  21 Nov 1868, Amboy Twp., Fulton Co., OH
Death:  aft. 1905
Occupation:  attorney
Father:  George EVERETT
Mother:  Elizabeth SIPE
Marriage:  8 May 1901
Wife:  Marion V. CORBIN
Birth:  of Delta, Fulton Co., OH
Father:  David Elwood CORBIN
Mother:  Adelia / Delia L. BENNETT
1.  Doris Elizabeth EVERETT, b. 2 Feb 1905


1.  Thomas Mikesell, ed.  1905.  The County of Fulton:  A History of Fulton County, Ohio, from the Earliest Days...  Northwest Historical Assn., Madison, WI (Broderbund CD-450):
p. 344 GEORGE A. EVERETT, attorney and counselor-at-law, Delta, was born in Amboy township of Fulton county, November 21, 1868.  His genealogy is traceable to English and German ancestors, English on the paternal side.  The Everetts were among the pioneers of Massachusetts, removing from there to Pennsylvania in an early day.  He is the son of George and Elizabeth (Sipe) Everett, the former a native of Pennsylvania and the latter of Ohio.  They were married in Holmes county, O., and in 1848 removed to Amboy township, Fulton county, being among the early pioneers, where the fater died and where his widow still resides.

They were the parents of ten children, six of whom are now living.  They are:  Mrs. C.E. Haynes of Toledo; Samuel, a merchant of Lytton; George A.; Isaac, who is engaged in raising poultry and bees at Lytton; William, who died in childhood; Isaiah, who died in infancy; John and Mary, who both died in mature life.

George A. Everett grew to manhood on a farm and was educated at the Fayette (O.) Normal University, completing the teachers' course in 1890.  He then took the scientific course graduating in 1892 as the salutatorian of the class with the degree of Bachelor of Science.  While at college, he did the preliminary work in the study of law and graduated from the law department of the University of Michigan in 1895 with the degree of Bachelor of Laws having acted as assistant law librarian during the entire collegiate course.  In 1896

p. 345 the law firm of Everett & Paxson opened up an office at Delta.  After some time, Mr. Paxson sold his interest to Mr. Everett, who since that time has been alone.  He has a finely appointed suite of rooms above the post office and is doing an extensive and very lucrative practice.  Since the beginning of his work, he has been admitted to practice at the bar of the supreme courts of Ohio and Michigan and to the Federal courts.

In politics he is a stanch Republican, always taking an active part during the campaigns.  On April 1, 1903, he was elected mayor of the city of Delta for a term of two and one-half years.  Although a young man, he is deeply interested in public school affairs and has served on the board of education for four years.  He is a member of Delta lodge, 194, Knights of Pythias, being a bast chancellor commander.  He is also a member of Fulton lodge No. 248, Free and Accepted Masons; High priest of Octavius Waters Chapter, No. 154, Royal Arch Masons; and past patron of Aurora Chapter, No. 75, Order of Eastern Star.

On May 8, 1901, he was married to Miss Marion V. Corbin of Delta, a daughter of D.E. Corbin, who for the past twenty years has been employed by the Oval Wood Dish company.  Mrs. Everett is a graduate of the Delta high school and has developed a remarkable aptitude for elocution having spent some time in the study of that art and in perfecting herself in music.  They have one Child, Doris Elizabeth, born February 2, 1905.

2.  Archives of the CORBIN-L mailing list (online at RootsWeb.com).

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