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Memorable Manitobans: Earlston Stuart Everall (1887-1952)


Born at Neepawa on 18 September 1887, son of Thomas Everall and Janet Scott, brother of Harry Everall, he attended Manitoba College and received a degree from the University of Manitoba in 1912. After taking legal training, he established a private practice at McCreary. He was made a King’s Counsel in 1948. On 24 July 1917, he married Melrose Sissons of Portage la Prairie. They had three children. He served as Chairman of the McCreary School Board and ran as a Conservative candidate in the 1936 provincial election. He died at his home in McCreary on 12 October 1952 and was buried in Portage Hillside Cemetery.


Birth and marriage registrations, Manitoba Vital Statistics.

1901 Canada census, Automated Genealogy.

Attestation papers, Canadian Expeditionary Force, Library and Archives Canada.

“Five King’s Counsel on New Year’s list,” Winnipeg Free Press, 1 January 1948, page 1.

“Earl Stuart Everall,” Winnipeg Free Press, 21 October 1952, page 20.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 7 September 2014

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