"From Charles A. Hazlett, History of Rockingham County, New Hampshire, and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL (1915)
Everett W. Trefethen is a prominent mason contractor of Portsmouth, New Hampshire, where he has always lived and is widely known. He was born in Portsmouth, January 5, 1866, and is a son of Albert B. and Mary A. (Rand) Trefethen. Albert B. Trefethen was also a mason contractor in Portsmouth, where he lived until his death in 1900. He was a substantial citizen and was deeply interested in the development and improvement of the city at all times. In politics he was a Democrat. Mrs. Trefethen, a woman of admirable character who has a host of friends of long years standing still resides in Portsmouth. They were parents of four sons: Everett W.; Ralph; Frank and Wallis.
Everett W. Trefethen attended grammar and high schools in Portsmouth, after which he became identified with his father in masonry work. Upon his father's death he continued the business alone and has met with interrupted success. In June, 1897, Mr. Trefethen married Carrie L. Thurlow, who was born in Newburyport, Massachusetts, and is a daughter of Daniel P. and Louise (Winn) Thurlow. Her father was a piano tuner by profession. There were but two children in the family, Edith Thurlow and Carrie L. (Trefethen). Mr. Trefethen is affiliated with the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, the Benevolent Protective Order of Elks and the Portsmouth Athletic Club. He is a Democrat in politics. He and his wife attend Portsmouth Baptist Church."
Updated November 7, 2018 by Andrew Trefethen