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Research of Kevin Everingham, 2011 & 2016;
1885 STATE CENSUS, Trenton, Ward1, Mercer, NJ (family #391).. "Hellen Clatters,.. Ruthus Lunner,.. Racheal Ervyham,.. David Erveyham,.. Emma Erveyham,.. Eron Erveyham,.. Annie Erveyham." This could be the Everinghams' with Rachel living with other friends or family after William's death in 1885.. this is just speculation! The only issue here is the name "David" which may mean this is another family. William's father was "David", did they have a son "David"? We need to see the 1870 census!
1900 CENSUS Trenton, Mercer, New Jersey (page 1B, family #10)... Amanda Brown 75, b.April 1825 PA, widowed, mother of 3 children, 2 living,... Aaron Everingham, b.Sept 1871 NJ, grandson,... Emma Everingham, b.July 1869 NJ, granddaughter. This appears that two Everingham children may have been living with their grandmother in 1900, was this Rachel's mother?
1909 Trenton Evening Times 19 March 1909 .. EVERINGHAM--In this city, on the 18th inst., Aaron, son of the late William and Rachel Everingham. The relatives and friends of the family are invited to attend the funeral from the residence of his cousin, Mrs John O'Donnell, no 36 Lincoln Avenue, on Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Interment at Riverview Cemetery.
1909 Riverview Cemetery, Trenton, Mercer County, New Jersey - Burials here; "Aaron Everingham (d.18 March 1909),.. Emma Everingham (d.22 Apr 1920),.. Horatio C. Everingham (b.1856-d.1926)." It is not yet known or proven if this Horatio Everingham was related to Aaron. It is possible that all buried here are siblings (Aaron and Emma are). They could also be cousins, or just people living in the same town, buried in the same cemetery & not related.
of note --- An Aaron I. Evernham married Mary E. Lovett on Feb 10, 1896 at Trenton, Mercer, NJ... unknown if this was the same Aaron or even a relative.