Calvin G. EVERNHAM b.17 October 1926 Hornick, Iowa
d.21 March 2002 Cottonwood, MN
married :
George A. EVERNHAM (b.1883)
Iva F. STANLEY (b.1884)
children: EVERNHAM
    obituary does not mention any children.
siblings: EVERNHAM
  1. Martha Opal (b.1907)
  2. Maurice Ray (b.1911 d.1911)
  3. Leone (b.1912)
  4. Hazel (b.1918)
  5. Maurice (b.1923)
  6. Eulalia (b.1925)
fact sources and writings about this individual:
1Page Info from Deb Butler 2003

updated research 2006, from Kevin Everingham;
1930 CENSUS Hancock, Plymouth, Iowa ... George A. Everham 47,.. Iva F. 46,.. Hazel G. 11,.. Morris O. 7, Eulalah B. 5,.. Calvin G. 3, b.IA, father b.IA, mother b.Missouri

2002 SSDI ... Calvin G. Evernham b.17 Oct 1926, SSN issued in Iowa, d.21 March 2002 Cottonwood, Minnesota.

2002 OBITUARY ... Calvin G. Evernham, 75, of Windom, Minn., formerly of Sioux City, died Thursday, March 21, 2002, at the Windom Hospital following a lengthy illness. Services will be 11 a.m. Monday at Christy-Smith Morningside Chapel with the Rev. Kris Frank of Crescent Park United Methodist Church officiating. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery. Visitation will be 3 to 8:30 p.m. today, with family present 6 to 8 p.m., at the funeral home. Mr. Evernham was born Oct. 17, 1926, in Hornick, Iowa, the son of George and Iva (Stanley) Evernham. He was raised in the Hornick, Lawton, Moville and Bronson areas. He moved to Sioux City around 1962 and lived in town until moving to Windom three years ago. He farmed for many years with his father around the Lawton, Bronson and Moville areas. He then worked as a meat cutter for Armour and Company and John Morrell Company. He retired in 1988. He loved woodworking, old cars and antique collecting. He loved to travel, especially with his nieces and nephews. He enjoyed a special family reunion in May 2000 in Glenwood, Iowa, with so many relatives around that area who descended from the original founders of the town of Glenwood. Survivors include a sister and her husband, Eulalia and Lawrence Grunig of Windom; special caregivers, his nieces, Shirley Hobbs and Bea Osbahr; and many other nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents; three sisters, Opal Butler, Hazel Barrett and Leone Billeci; and a brother, Maurice Evernham.

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