ⓘ Everton, Missouri

                                     

ⓘ Everton, Missouri

Everton was platted in 1881. The city was named by railroad officials in honor of a man with the surname Evert or Everett, but the identity of the namesake is unknown to the State Historical Society of Missouri. A post office called Everton has been in operation since 1881.

                                     
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  • Dadeville Everton Greenfield county seat Lockwood South Greenfield National Register of Historic Places listings in Dade County, Missouri State County
  • edition, p. 51, ISBN 0 - 89933 - 224 - 2 Everton Missouri 7.5 Minute Topographic Quad, USGS, 1956 South Greenfield Missouri 7.5 Minute Topographic Quad, USGS
  • Southwest Missouri State College in Springfield and later the University of Missouri On December 24, 1922, he married the former Helen Adamson of Everton Missouri
  • south of what is now Missouri Route K between Pennsboro to the west and Everton to the east. The community was named after John B. Dildy, the proprietor
  • to Missouri Dade County reorganized most of its common districts into four larger systems centered on Greenfield, Lockwood, Dadville, and Everton circa
  • Missouri is a state located in the Midwestern United States. In Missouri cities are classified into three types: Class 3, Class 4, and those under constitutional
  • east of Missouri Route M south of Everton flows west and then northwest past Missouri Route K to its confluence with Sinking Creek west of Everton Jordan
  • KXBR was a radio station in the Missouri Ozarks. The station was licensed to Greenfield, Missouri and broadcast at 93.5 MHz. KRFG, taking its callsign
  • League club Everton F.C. for 347 million. Heineman addressed these rumors and confirmed that they had been interested in buying Everton and explored