Breedon EverardAge: 6818141882

Breedon Everard
Given names
Birth 1814 36 33
Baptism 19 June 1814
Birth of a brotherThomas Everard
1815 (Age 12 months)
Farmer 1851/ Land Owner & Merchant

Baptism of a brotherThomas Everard
17 September 1815 (Age 20 months)
Birth of a brotherRichard Everard
1818 (Age 4)
Baptism of a brotherRichard Everard
20 January 1818 (Age 4)
Birth of a sisterMary Everard
about 1819 (Age 5)
Death of a sisterMary Everard
November 1820 (Age 6)
Burial of a sisterMary Everard
29 November 1820 (Age 6)
Birth of a brotherWilliam Everard
1821 (Age 7)
Baptism of a brotherWilliam Everard
15 August 1821 (Age 7)
Birth of a brotherCharles Everard
June 1823 (Age 9)
Baptism of a brotherCharles Everard
7 July 1823 (Age 9)
Birth of a brotherJohn Everard
about 1825 (Age 11)
Baptism of a brotherJohn Everard
7 April 1825 (Age 11)
Birth of a sisterSarah Everard
September 1827 (Age 13)
Birth of a sisterHannah Everard
September 1827 (Age 13)
Death of a motherMary Gimson
October 1827 (Age 13)
Baptism of a sisterSarah Everard
3 October 1827 (Age 13)
Baptism of a sisterHannah Everard
3 October 1827 (Age 13)
MarriageElizabeth Ann CowlishawView family
22 May 1839 (Age 25)
Birth of a son
William Thomas Everard
June 1840 (Age 26)
Death of a brotherCharles Everard
June 1841 (Age 27)
Burial of a brotherCharles Everard
16 June 1841 (Age 27)
Birth of a daughter
Mary Breedon Everard
September 1841 (Age 27)
Birth of a son
John Breedon Everard
December 1844 (Age 30)
Birth of a son
Charles Everard
March 1847 (Age 33)
Death of a fatherThomas Everard
April 1861 (Age 47)
Marriage of a childWilliam NutcherMary Breedon EverardView family
March 1862 (Age 48)
Marriage of a childWilliam Thomas EverardLucy Ann NewlandView family
December 1864 (Age 50)
Marriage of a childJohn Breedon EverardHarriet Selby MumfordView family
30 September 1868 (Age 54)
Death of a daughterMary Breedon Everard
June 1882 (on the date of death)
Death 1 June 1882 (Age 68)
Burial 7 June 1882 (6 days after death)
Family with parents - View family
Marriage: 28 June 1803Cosby, Leics
12 years
2 years
younger brother
4 years
younger brother
2 years
younger sister
3 years
younger brother
3 years
younger brother
3 years
younger brother
3 years
younger sister
1 month
younger sister
Father’s family with Elizabeth - View family
Family with Elizabeth Ann Cowlishaw - View family
Marriage: 22 May 1839Ratby, Leics
13 months
16 months
3 years
2 years


Living Groby, Leics 1851. Proprietor of Bardon Granite Quarry. Firms name Ellis & Everard. Lived Bardon Hill House, Hugglescote 1861-82 2 servants. Will proved Leicester 19th June 1882. ┬ú8,844 9s 4d. Copy of will Breedon Everard abandoned farming, and made his home at Bardon Hill House. The affairs of the Bardon estate at this time were in some disarray, and in 1864 it passed into the hands of William Perry Herrick of Beaumanor who renegotiated the lease of Bardon quarry to Ellis and Everard. The quarry was now developed and mechanised with the introduction of Charles G Mountain of BirminghamÔÇÖs steam crusher. WorkmenÔÇÖs cottages were built and a school provided, both at the joint expense of Ellis and Everard and the Perry HerrickÔÇÖs. In 1898 this paternalism was extended to the provision of a parish church and a contribution to the clergymanÔÇÖs stipend. The architect of school, houses, and church was John Breedon Everard, Breedon EverardÔÇÖs second son, who worked for the Midland Railway. He became a partner in the firm of Ellis and Everard in 1874 and was responsible for the design of the magnificent Bardon mill house which was doubled in size in 1902, thereby giving Bardon an industrial building which is still deemed to be ÔÇÿlarge and spectacularÔÇÖ.