Everets

Everets

Kea Store

Kea Store

This store operated by Mr. and Mrs. Kea was located on Quaker Road in Isle of Wight County near the Brooklyn Pruden home place.  Frank Kelly remembers delivering them ice in the 1930s and noted that they only had items in brown paper bags on shelves ...
Martin’s Store

Martin’s Store

From the late 1920s until the early 1940s there was a store in a converted warehouse run by Rufus Martin.  It was located on the northeast side of the road prior to crossing the bridge.  He made two bedrooms and a living room upstairs with t...

The Wagner / Martin Store

This store was located along the western branch of the Nansemond River at the base of the T. J. Saunders' home place, later known as the the Russell home.  It is believed to have been built in the 1890s at a cost of about $500.00 according to some hearsay ...

Kirk/Martin Store

The next Everets’ store known to us was located down the hill and across the road from the J. J. Kirk home and in front of the Kirk Company sawmill. The store was in a large two story building with living quarters upstairs.  The December 1874 application by...