I have a copy of the book "Descendants of Andrew Everest of York, Maine (1955)" which I purchased last year from Higginson Books.I have found a Fred S. Everest in it (born Feb 6,1863 in North Shade, Michigan, and residing in New Haven in the 1890s).His father Theodore L. Everest was born in Plattsburg, NY, in 1815 and died in Carson City, Mich in April 1907.
According to the book, Theodore had 2 wives: Lucinda Savage (7 children), and Emma Collett (1826-1909). Emma was the mother of Fred S. who was born in North Shade and lived in New Haven. There was also one sister, Miranda, who married Elmer Wiley in 1880 and resided in Toledo, Ohio.
Unfortunately, there is no mention of Fred's 4 children, only his parents and ancestors going all the way back (7 generations) to Andrew Everest.
Theodore L. did appear to have a brother, William S., who died in New Haven aged 65 on April 3rd, 1885.William seems to have been quite well known as an elder and minister of the Baptist Church of Bloomer, Mich. His children all appear to have been buried in the New Haven Center Cemetery, Section 21.Emma Collett Everest seems to be there also.
To find out more about these family members, you might try checking the cemetery records mentioned: Gratiot Co, Mich, Cem. Recds. p. 180, D.A.R.)
Hope this is of some help.
As a matter of interest, I visited the Everest family plot in Pine Grove, Mich, recently.Pine Grove was the birthplace of David Clark Everest who commissioned Winifred Lovering Holman's research on the family, and also the birthplace of my grandmother.There is nothing left of the town now, and the road previously used to transport logs all the way to Lake Michigan from the Everest sawmill is now a trendy cycling track!
Although I have lived in Singapore for many years now, I still have relatives in Michigan.