Everard, Charles

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Called "Baron de Wachter" and envoy extraordinary of his Danish Majesty to the Courts of Metz and Munich, and the Circles of the Upper Rhine and Swabia, resident at Frankfurt am Main. (British High Court of Admiralty)

1777 - Visited the Comte d'Albanie as a deputy of the united Templar lodges of Germany. Described as in favor of the idea of "Strict Observance" with the masonic lodges and against the new Swedish system. (Paul Kleber Monod: Jacobitism and the English People, 1688-1788, p. 303)

1783 - Filed a claim against the British at the capture of St Eustatius 1781-2-3 through Battier, John Ralph. (British High Court of Admiralty)