Ella Louisa EVERINGHAM b.abt 1882, Onondaga, NY
William H. FISHER
Church of Christ Manlius Confirmations.
& Louisa Ann TRUMBULL

    William had 3 children, but unknown if this was with Ella or more likely from a previous marriage based on CENSUS info.
  1. George
  2. Winnie
  3. Orville (b.~1881)
  4. Millard Taylor (b.1887)
  5. Leslie Ray (b.~1891)
fact sources and writings about this individual:

1Research of Kevin Everingham, 1999-2003.

survives Typhoid;
1913 or 1914 Fayetteville Bulletin, Manlius section... Miss Ella Everingham daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Everingham who has been employed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Beach for several months past is the latest victim of the typhoid fever. The culture ####? by the attending physician, Dr. C. E. Curtis was pronounced typhoid by Dr. Carroll the county bacteriologist on Monday. Miss Everingham has the fever in a light form at present. It wasn't until 1909 when American's perfected a typhoid vaccine for it's military and that wasn't released to the public until 1914. The first serious treatment beyond general antibiotics for typhoid wasn't developed in America until 1948.

1917 County Directory of Onondaga lists; Ella Everingham (listed alone, probably single) living at Pleasant Street, Manlius.

1920 CENSUS Manlius, Onondaga, NY (Sheet 6B, house #136).. "William H. Fisher 48, b.NY, fireman, Iron Foundry,.. Ella Fisher 38, b.NY."

1930 CENSUS Manlius, Onondaga, NY (Sheet 9A, house #104).. "William H. Fisher 56, b.NY, machinist, Iron Foundry, married at age 44,.. Ella Fisher 47, b.NY, married at age 35."

updated research of Kevin Everingham of MI, 2018
added 1920, 1930 Census & the following information proves her husbands name:

1931 The Fayetteville Bulletin, Oct 8, 1931.. "George Everingham died after illness of several weeks.. Manlius - Mr. George Everingham, aged 62, a life-long resident of Manlius, died Tuesday morning, October 6th at Rome Hospital where he had been a patient for several weeks. Surviving are one sister, Mrs. William Fisher, three brothers, Orville Everingham of Syracuse, Millard and Ray Everingham of Manlius. Rev. F.A. Boyd pastor of the Methodist Church officiated. Burial was made in Manlius Cemetery.

1931 Syracuse Journal, July 6, 1931.. "William H. Fisher, 54, died Monday morning at him home in Manlius. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Ella Everingham Fisher; two daughters, Mrs. Cariton Carmichael of Sherwood Park and Mrs. L. E. Murray of Norwich, a son, Marvin Fisher of Albany and three grandchildren."

1940 CENSUS Manlius, Manlius, Onondaga, NY (Sheet 4B, family #91).. Ella Fisher 58, b.NY, widow,.. Raymond Everingham 49, b.NY, brother, single, works at Pattern shop, Iron Foundry, they lived on Moulton Street.

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