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1From research of Ann J. Everingham
2Everngam Family History by William H. Everngam, dated 1942
3Info from Renee Marr of Denton, Maryland
4LDS IGI File #M535591, 0013780
Research of Kevin Everingham of MI, 2010
1870 The Cecil Whig Newspaper, Elkton, MD, April 30, 1870.. "Thomas Everingham, residing near Potter's Landing, Caroline County, had his head and hip crushed very badly by being caught between the wheel of a cart and a tree." I've seen this paper and the name is clearly spelled out Thomas Everingham, (not Everngam) this makes me think it is the Thomas on this page.
NAME NOTE: Along with being a major political figure, Thomas Jefferson of Virginia had just been elected 3rd President of the United States in 1801. He was a founding father of America and principal author of the Declaration of Independence in 1776. He served as President from 1801 to 1809 and signed a bill into law in 1807 that banned the importation of slaves into the U.S. It is not noted anywhere, but Thomas J. Everingham was probably named after him.