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It appears that Cyrus had difficulties with his daughters. They were very attractive girls and both ran away from home to get married (or attempted to)... Stealing money to elope, and even attempted suicides.
Research of Kevin Everingham 2004-2011;
1850 CENSUS Amity, Allegany, New York ... (family #84) Sidney Evingham 33,.. Elizabeth 33,.. Nancy M. 8,.. Jonathan 5,.. Cyrus 2.
1875 STATE CENSUS Amity, Allegany, NY (#264)... Cyrus Evingham 25, farmer, b.Allegany,.. Emma J. 21, wife, b.Livingston,.. Estella J. 2, b.Allegany.
1888 Buffalo Evening News, New York Paper, Tuesday, October 16, 1888 (social section)
Estella Evingham, a young damsel of Belmont, ran away from home last week and came here to the arms of her lover, Rush Rockwood, late of Titusville. They were married before the girl's father could prevent, but he made it lively wihen he appeared. He had the girl arrested, but finally relented, paid the costs and went home, minus time, money and the girl, and a sadder and wiser man. The pair are as happy as clams.
1892 State CENSUS 2nd Dist. Amity, Allegany, NY Feb 16, 1892 (Page 12)... Si Evingham 40,.. Emma Evingham 36,.. Nellie B. 8.
1893 attempted suicide of daughter Estelle.
1900 CENSUS Belmont Village, Allegany, New York ... Cyrus Evingham, b.March 1848 NY, married 23yrs,... Emma M., b.April 1853 NY, married 23yrs, mother of 2, 2 living.... Crocker Evingham, b.Nov 1882 NY, daughter, married 1 year.
1905 STATE CENSUS Belmont Vil, Amity, Allegany, NY ... Cyrus Evingham, boarder age 58, day laborer... living with Daniel W. & Jennie Crandall.
1911 Marriage Record ... Edgar James Hyde 46, s/o Jerome Hyde & Nancy Evenham, (1st marriage) married 7 October 1911 Chautauqua, NY.... & ... Jennie Estelle Anderson 38, b.PA, (2nd marriage, widowed) d/o Cyrus Evingham & Emma Wiley.
1913 Marriage Record (#214)... Cyrus Evingham 65, s/o Sidney Evingham & Betsey Casterline, married 9 November 1913 at Allegany, NY... to Sarah Wagner 46, d/o John Gregory & Elizabeth Hill
1918 Belmont Dispatch, November 29, 1918 .... Gregory Wagoner dies... News was received this week of the death of Gregory Wagoner, Nov. 3rd, in action. It is not known exactly in what action he was engaged when killed but it is to be presumed that it was in the Titanic struggle which practically ended the war. Gregory Wagoner was a likeable young chap and well and favorably known in Belmont. He left this villabe with a draft contingent and is the thrid Amity boy to give his life for the cause of Liberty. He was the son of Mrs. Cyrus Evingham of the Scio Road.
1920 CENSUS Allegany, New York ... Cyrus Evingham 73, b.NY, married,.. Sarah Evingham 52, b.NY, wife,.. Elizabeth Gregory, 79 b.NY, mother-in-law, widowed,... Nelson Starkweather 53, b.PA, single.
1921 Marriage Record ... Steve Romano of Cuba, NY, 37, laborer, b.Russia, s/o Mike & Ann Romano ...... & .... Nellie Blanche Crocker of Cuba, NY, 36, (2nd marriage), widow, d/o Cyrus Evingham & Emma Wildey.. .married February 2, 1921
*1933 "History of the Story Road and Vicinity by Lloyd Moose", printed in the Genesee Country Express Newspaper, Thursday, June 15, 1933 says.... Rufus Roberts was an early settler in the area he was the son of John & Myra Roberts, early settlers of Sparta. They lived on top of the hill west of the Carney Hollow church. They had 6 children, three boys and three girls...... Emma Roberts married Cyrus Evingham, they lived in Belmont, N.Y.
Research of Kevin Everingham of MI, 2013:
1959 The Dispatch News, Thursday, June 11, 1959... "Mrs. Sarah Evingham of Belmont died in a nursing home at Angelica Friday, June 15, 1959, after being in poor health the past three years. Mrs. Evingham was born on August 9, 1867, in the Town of Ward, a daughter of John J. and Elizabeth Hill Gregory. She had lived in this area most of her life. She was married to Peter Wagner and to Cyrus Evingham, both of whom preceded her in death. She was a Gold Star mother from World War I, her son, Gregory Wagner, being killed in Belgium. Surviving are two sisters, Mrs. Grace Vreeland and Mrs. Gertrude VanCampen, both of Belmont, and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held Monday afternoon in the Olmstead Funeral Chapel. Burial was in Forest Hills Cemetery."