| fact sources and writings about this individual: --- Research of Kevin Everingham, 1999-2011.|
1860 CENSUS Charles S? Evringham, 3 b.NY, first shows up in Census data.
1870 CENSUS New York,... Walter Everingham, 49, Saloma, 40, Kate 18, Charles 13, Lewis 7, Forrest 2.
1892 STATE CENSUS Onondaga, Onondaga, NY... Charles Everingham 35, teamster,.. Pearl Everingham 38. Florence was living with uncle Lewis - Louis Everingham 25, Hattie Everingham 27,.. Florence Everingham 4 .. also living next to or with Lewis - Charles Eaton 68,.. Harriet Eaton 70.
1900 CENSUS Manlius, Onondaga, NY EnDist 62, Page 16A
Charles Evringham, b.Apr 1857 NY, parents born in NY,.. Pearl, wife, b.Feb 1855 NY, married 11yrs,.. Hil, son, b.Jan 1886? NY, Florence, dau, b.June 1887, 12 b. NY.
1910 CENSUS Manlius, Onondaga, NY Family #426, Page 17
Charles Everingham, 54, b.NY parents born in NY,... Pearl, wife, b.MI, father born in England, mother born in Holland.
1912 Fayetteville Bulletin Newspaper, Fri, February 23, 1912.. "social section of ELKHORN Charles Everingham has been suffering with a fractured knee, caused by falling on the ice."
1912 Fayetteville Bulletin, Friday, April 18, 1912... "(Elkhorn section) Lewis Everingham and daughter, Laura were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Everingham." Lewis was visiting his brother Charles who had injured his knee less than 2 months prior to this.
1917 County Directory of Onondaga lists; Chas. Everingham "lawyer" & wife Pearl living at R2, Fayetteville, Manlius.
1920 CENSUS Onondaga co. NY #896, Page 7
Charles Everingham, 63 b.NY, married,... Pearl, 66, wife, b.MI, father born in Eng, mother born in Holland. Pearl died in 1921 and is buried at the Fayetteville Cemetery
1921 Fayetteville Bulletin, July 22, 1921... "(Elkhorn section) Mr. and Mrs. Charles Everingham and Charles French are camping in the North Woods."
1926 Fayetteville Bulletin, January 29, 1926 .. "Charles Everingham lost a finger Tuesday while operating a buzz saw at the plant of the Fayetteville Manufacturing Company. He was taken to the Hospital of the Good Shepherd where the injury was dressed."
1928 Fayetteville Bulletin, January 5, 1928... "ELKHORN section - Charles Everingham, who had been incapacitated since last may due to an injured eye, returned to work Tuesday at the Fayetteville Manfucturing Company."
From Newspaper articles of Onondaga, NY, it is known that the Meat Block factory was in High Bridge, it's foreman was (Charles Pratt), and High Bridge was once known as "Elkhorn".
1939 The Eagle-Bulletin, Thurs, Jan 26, 1939 ... "DEATHS --- Charles S Everingham FAYETTEVILLE - 81, former resident of Highbridge, died Thursday. Born in Highbridge, he was a son of the late Walter and Saloma Everigham. He was formerly employed in the highbridge Meat Block Manufacturing Company. Surviving is his wife Mrs. Frances Carpenter Everingham. Services conducted at the C.R. Eaton funeral home, Fayetteville, Monday."