Edward Eversfield (1842-1912)
His death was unexpected at Killcrankie House in Scotland where he had gone shooting some days previous. His son bore the middle name of St. Leonards as a means of honouring the town and estate that he inherited. Losing his wife in May of 1905, he had served in the Indian Army in his younger days. Edward was a keen agriculturist, owning a herd of Aberdeen Angus prize cattle and was renowned as a keen shot. He was buried in the family vault in Horsham on the 24th of August 1912.
|Children of: Short name: Edward Eversfield|
|Charles Cyril St. Leonards Eversfield
- Hastings & St Leonards Observer 31 August 1912 pg. 7