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Name: WEBSTER, Everard Francis

Nee: nephew of Lord Alverstone, Lord Chief Justice

Birth Date: 26.4.1877 Newport, Mon.

Death Date: 23.10.1958 Isle of Wight

First Date: 1903 - after working in Bank of England for 5 years

Profession: Appointed Asst. Collector EAP and had a long and distinguished career in the Administration serving both in Kenya and Tanganyika. Promoted to PC, he served for some years in that capacity before he retired

Area: Kenya & Tanganyika, 1906 Elgon

Married: In West Kensington 6 Jan 1911 Olive Elizabeth Peard b. 25 July 1880 Croydon, d. 1954 Isle of Wight

Children: Betty Everard (1913-1919)

Book Reference: Gillett, EAHB 1905, North, Drumkey, EAHB 1906, EAHB 1904, EAHB 1907

War Service: 18th Middx Volunteer Rifle Corps

School: Christ's Hospital, King's College, Cambridge

General Information:

EAHB 1905 - Asst. Collector, Kisumu. Bank of England (5 years); Imperial Yeomanry, South Africa medal (5 clasps); Asst. Collector, EAP, May 4th 1903.
North - Issued with Public Officers Game Licence 15/8/1903, Nairobi
Drumkey 1909 - Asst. District Commissioner, 1907
EAHB 1906 - Acting Collector - Mumias
North - From Kensington, London; Appt. Asst. Collector, EAP 4/5/1903; Asst. Collector at Machakos June 1903; Asst. Collector, Dagoretti Dec 1903, March 1904; dep. Kikuyu to be Asst. Collector, Kisumu 19/6/1904; 1906 Elgon; 'A very inferior weed' (McGregor-Ross, RH)
EAHB 1907 - Collector - Ugaya (Karungu)

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