Floyd Frank EVERINGHAM b.Feb 1881 in Warsaw, Wyoming co.NY
died after 1932 before 1943
Mary Anne McCOLGAN (1876-1932)
m.18 May 1901 Silver Springs, NY
d/o James McColgan and Mary Jane Hernan

Teresa Ruth DOLAN (m.~1907)
b.1875 in Ireland
died 28 Sept 1943 Buffalo, NY

James Frank Everingham (b.1858)
Ida M. COPELAND (b.~1864)
children: EVERINGHAM
born in Warsaw, Wyoming Co. NY
  1. baby girl (d.1903)
  2. Victor Kryl (b.1905, d.1905)

  3. Mary Evelyn (b.~1908)
  4. William Francis (b.6 May 1913)
  1. Leon Lawrence
    (b.Apr 1882 d.30 Sep 1942)
fact sources and writings about this individual:

1900 Census of Warsaw Town, Floyd's father was living alone with his 2 boys. It confirmed he had been married 20 years so it appears she had just died and should be buried in Warsaw.

She was the recording secretary for the Family Picnic from 1920 til her death. All her records are in the possesion of her nephew Bill (William Kent Everingham) at Milan IL. He says most of the references are to the Dolan side of the family and that alot of history exists for that family.

Extensive Research (below) of Kevin Everingham of MI, 2011 - 2013;
please be cautious, I am not certain this is all the same Floyd or two Floyds from the same area.
However, notice all records are chronological and appear to be the same person.

1876 Irish births and Baptisms (GS film 255958)... Mary Anne McColgan, female, b.8 August 1876 at Donegal, Ireland,.. daughter of; James McColgan & Mary Jane Hernan.

1900 CENSUS of Warsaw Town, Frank was living alone with his 2 boys; Frank 19, Leon 18, It confirmed he had been married 20 years. Occupation: Painter/Decorator.

bad spelling but this may be Mary's family;
1900 CENSUS Silver Springs, Gainsville twp., Wyoming, NY (sheet 11A, house #236).. "James Cullgaine 41, b.Aug 1859 IRE, married abt.1875,.. Mary 41, b.Jun 1859 IRE, mother of 8 children, all living,.. James 22, b.May 1878 IRE,.. Agnes 10, b.Aug 1889 PA,.. Susan 8, b.Aug 1891 NY,..Patrick 6, b.March 1894 NY,.. Margaret 4, b.Feb 1896 NY,.. Beatrice 1, b.May 1899 NY. Year of immigration 1889." not sure where daughter Mary is, age about 24, possibly working, or living with relatives. She didn't marry Floyd Everingham until 1901.

1901 Wyoming County Times, Thursday, May 23, 1901... "Floyd Everingham of this village and Miss. Mary McColgan of Rock Glen were married May 18th, at the home of Joseph Everingham at Silver Springs." no proof this is the Right Floyd but he did have an uncle Joseph in Silver Springs.

1903 NY Burial records, Saint Marys cemetery, Silver Springs, Wyoming County, NY.. "female infant, died April 1903, d/o F. Everingham & M. McColgan, Rev. E.T. Gibbons."

circa 1905 Silver Springs Signal, NY... "The Silver Springs band has a new member. A little son was born to Leader Floyd Everingham as wife Sunday evening. Floyd says he can't get a very good tone yet, but can make lots of noise."
1905 Wyoming County Times, Wednesday, Dec 6, 1905... "The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Everingham of Silver Springs, died last week. (Nov.29) Mr. Everingham was formerly of Warsaw."
1905 St. Marys Cemetery, Silver Springs, NY .. There is a "Victor Kryl Everingham" buried here (1905-1905)", and a female baby who died April, 1903.... also buried here is; Mary Ann McColgan Everingham (1876-1932)

circa 1905 Silver Springs Signal, NY ..."(Silver Springs) Mrs. Floyd Everingham gave a very pleasant surprise in honor of her husbands 23 birthday, Monday evening, Feb 13. The evening was passed in playing Flinch and Pedro. Refreshments were served. There were 14 present."

Is this the same Floyd? (1905-1910 Floyd?)
1906 Wyoming County Times, Wednesday, Jan 17, 1906... "Floyd Everingham of Silver Springs, formerly of Warsaw, left town on Saturday. A young girl, fourteen years old left at the same time, and it is suspected they went together. Officers are looking for him."
1906 Ithaca Daily News, Saturday, Jan 27, 1906... "Floyd Everingham and his 14 year old sister-in-law, who eloped from Silver Springs a week or so ago, have been found in St. Catherine's Ont., where they were keeping house together. On being arrested for abduction, Everingham agreed to go back to Warsaw without extradution, and the girl was willing to return with him."
1906 The Auburn Citizen Newspaper, Wednesday, March 14, 1906.. "At Warsaw, an indictment has been found against Floyd Everingham of Silver Springs for abduction. Everingham is charged with running away with his wife's sister, a young girl of 15 years, a few weeks ago, and he was arrested at Catharines, Ontario."
1907 Silver Springs Signal Newspaper, Thursday, Jan 31, 1907.. "County Court - In the case of Floyd Everingham, charged with abduction, the jury brought in a verdict of guilty as charged in the indictment and asked the leniency of the court. The judge sentenced him to the Elmira Reformatory where he will be taken this week."
1907 Attica News, Thursday, Jan 31, 1907... "Ervingham Convicted. - The last case tried was the People vs. Floyd Everingham, indited for abduction. A whole day was taken in securing a jury, five panels being drawn. Everingham who was living at Silver Springs, is only 24 years of age and married. His wife's sister, a girl about 15 years old, was living with them and going to school. An intimacy sprang up between them and one morning they disappeared. It afterwards turned out that they took a train on the Erie Railroad going west. Detectives were put on the case and they were at last found living together at St. Catharines, Ont. At the trial the defense put in was that they had done nothing wrong and only went off on a lark. The case was put on Wednesday morning and the jury brought in its verdict Sunday morning at 3 o'clock. Judge Norton sentenced him to the Elmira Reformatory."
1907 Wyoming Reporter, Wednesday, Feb 6, 1907... "Floyd Everingham of Silver Springs was tried in county court in Warsaw last week on a charge of abduction. The jury brought in a verdict of guilty and he was sentenced to a term of imprisonment in Elmira Reformatory."

It appears that this incident likely lead to a divorce, and Floyd remarried by about 1907 or 08... James and Mary McColgan had a daughter Susan born about 1891 who married in 1909 to Edward McGuire.. was she the sister-in-law discussed above?

1907-1910? LeRoy Gazette News... "Floyd Everingham has returned to LeRoy and is assisting his father in the painting and paper hanging business... Leon Everingham, formerly of LeRoy, now has a position at the State Hospital for the Insane at Ovid. Mr. Everingham is a member of the band and orchestra of that institution."

1910 CENSUS Le Roy, Genesee, New York (page 6, family #148).. J. Frank Everingham 51, b.NY,.. Bertha Everingham 29, b.NY,.. Floyd Everingham 28, b.NY.

1910 CENSUS Gainesville, Wyoming, NY (sheet 12A, house #176).. "James Mccolgan Sr. 52, b.IRE,..Mary J. 51, b.IRE,.. James Jr. 30, b.PA,.. Patrick 15, b.NY,.. Maggie 13, b.NY,.. Beatrice 10, b.NY" - This appears to be Mary McColgan Everinghams family, see 1900 census also.

1920 CENSUS Buffalo, Erie, NY (Sheet 3B, house #81)... Floyd Everingham 37, b.NY,.. Trisa Everingham 44, b.NY, wife,.. Mary Everingham 12, b.NY, dau,.. William Everingham 6, b.NY, son.

1925 STATE CENSUS Buffalo, Erie, NY (Page 33, house #66) Floyd Everingham 43,.. Theresa Everingham 50,.. Mary E Everingham 17,.. William F. Everingham 12.

1926 Wyoming County Times, Jan 21, 1926 ... "Kick from horse proves fatal to Rock Glen World War Veteran... Patrick A. McColgan 31, dies... son of James and Mary Hernan McColgan. Surviving are his mother, Mrs. Mary McColgan of Rock Glen and six sisters; Mrs. Mary Everingham and Miss M. McColgan of Rock Glen; Mrs. Joseph Hofstetter and Mrs. Catherine McConnell of Warsaw and Mrs. Sumner Fox and Mrs. McGuire of Buffalo."

1931 Geneva NY Daily Times... "(Silver Springs) Frank Everingham and wife and Leon Everingham and wife of Willard, were guests of Floyd Everingham the past week."

1932 Wyoming County Times, Thursday, February 4, 1932: "At the home of her sister, Mrs. J. O. Hofstetter in Warsaw, Sunday afternoon, January 31, 1932 occurred the death of Mary Everingham, 55, following a protracted illness from heart trouble. The deceased was a daughter of James and Mary Hernon McColgan was born in Ireland on August 8, 1876. She was a resident of Wyoming County and had been recently residing with her mother in Rock Glen. She is survived by her husband, Floyd Everingham; her mother, Mary McColgan; a brother, James, all of Rock Glen; five sisters, Mrs. Richard Howell, Mrs. Summers Fox of Buffalo, Mrs. Edward McGuire of North Gainesville, Mrs. George Baker of Utica and Mrs. Hofstetter of Warsaw. The funeral rites were at St. Mary's Church on Wednesday morning with interment in the church cemetery, Silver Springs."
This lists her husband as Floyd which seems strange, but does say she resided with her mother. She is buried at St. Marys Cemetery, Silver Springs, NY.. Floyd is not buried there.

1940 CENSUS Buffalo, Buffalo, Erie, NY (Sheet 61B, family #65).. Ernest W. Schmiedendorf 34,.. Mary E. Schmiedendorf 32, wife,.. Teresa Everingham 65, mother-in-law.

1943 Buffalo Courier Express Newspaper, Thursday, September 30, 1943.. "EVERINGHAM Teresa Dolan Everingham, September 28, 1943, wife of the late Floyd Everingham; mother of William F.. and Mrs. E. Witmer Schmiedendorf (nee Mary E. Everingham). Funeral from the family residence, 726 Tacoma Ave. Friday morning at 8:30 and from St. Rose of Lima Church at 9 o'clock."
1943 Mount Olivet cemetery, Kenmore, Erie, NY.. (Sec G).. "Teresa Ruth Everingham (1875-28 Sept 1943)" no other Everinghams buried here.

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