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1Information supplied by letter & phone.
21880 Onondaga NY census
31860 Onondaga NY census
41870 Onondaga NY census - Francis M. Everingham, 37, farmer,.. Deidami, 29, keeping house,.. Renselaer, 6,.. Hattie C., 4,.. Eva L.,1,.. Enoch, 68, farmer,.. Jason Stearns, 23, farm labor.
father; Enoch was living with them in 1870. Mother Samantha had died in the previous year.
5Lafayette Cemetery Onondaga Co. NY
Cemetery shows Damia wife of Francis M. Everingham, died Aug 6, 1871, age 32.
6Share/Cole Family Bible Damia's relatives.
7 research of historian J. Roy Dodge, 1991;
"On the West side of the road, south of the Sherman Hollow cemetery and the stream which flows nearby, Enoch Everingham's son Francis built a house. He had married Damia Cole and lived here from after 1860, was here in 1865, until he moved to Onondaga Valley. This was the house occupied from 1874 to 1888 by Jerry and Alice Everingham and from 1888 to 1918 by George Everingham. It burned in January 1920 and was replaced by one on the same foundation by Lee Leonard who then owned the place."
--- (below) further research of Kevin Everingham of MI, 2008 --- updated 2014
1860 CENSUS Onondaga, Onondaga NY, (Page 8)...Maryette's family " William SHAW 47,.. Diana 46,.. Caleb 25,.. Emma 24,.. Helen 22,.. Ange 21,.. Emma 19,.. Mary 17,.. Hariett 15,.. Lucy E. 13,.. Francis 12,.. Hulda 6,.. Willie 1."
1875 State CENSUS ED1, Onondaga, Onondaga, NY (Page 16, family #177) ... Francis M. Everingham 41, farmer,.. Rensselaer Everingham 11, son,.. Hattie C. Everingham 9, dau,.. Eva L. Everingham 6, dau,.. Damie L. Everingham 4.
1875 Journal of the Legislature Assembly of New York, Vol 1... "Mr. Borrow presented a petition of F.M. Everingham and 132 others, asking an appropriation for building a bridge across Onondaga creek on Onondaga Indian reservation; which was read and referred to the committee on ways and means."
see: 1880 New York Census of Onondaga, Onondaga, NY under: F.M. Everingham. This census shows Maryette's children; Harry Pettit & Fannie Pettit living with the F.M. Everingham family.
1886 Farm Cultivator advertisement & info about Francis. added 2013
1887 Scientific American, Vol 56, Page 139 ... F.M. Everingham is listed for his "Harrow" invention.
1892 STATE CENSUS Onondaga, Onondaga, NY (feb 16, 1892),... F.M. Everingham 59, farmer,... Mary E. Everingham 51,... Damia Everingham 21.
1900 CENSUS Onondaga Twp. (east) Onondaga Co. NY, EnDist 70, Sheet 8B
Frances Everingham, b.April 1833 NY, m.24 years, Maryette, wife, b.NY Oct 1843 fa born in NY, mo born in RI,... Van Rensaelaer, son, b.Jul 1864 NY, single
1900 Gazette and Farmer's Journal, Baldwinsville, NY, Nov.15, 1900... This obituary helps to establish the birth name of Maryette as SHAW. " Obituary; Mrs. G.N. Luckey - Entered into rest Saturday afternoon. Nov 10, 1900 at 2 o'clock. Mrs. George N. Luckey. Lucy Eastwood Shaw, daughter of William and Diana Shaw, was born in Jamesville, N.Y. July 17, 1845..... Besides the immediate family the deceased is survived by five sisters and two brothers; Mrs. G.H. McHuron and Mrs. F.M. Everingham, of Onondaga Valley; Mrs. Fred Gardner of Dodge City, Kansas; Mrs. G.T. Cooley of Washington D.C., William Shaw of Syracuse, and Caleb Shaw of Auburn."
1907 Tully, N.Y. Times, May 2, 1907 - (LaFayette area news) The remains of Frances Evingham of Onondaga Valley was brought here Wednesday for interment in the village cemetery.
1910 CENSUS Onondaga, Onondaga, NY -- Family #172, page 7
Maryette Everingham, 68, widowed, b.NY, parents born in NY,.. Fannie L. Lownsbury, 47, b.NY, dau, widowed,.. Darnie Lownsbury, granddaughter, single, age 16, b.NY.
1920 CENSUS Onondaga, New York -- #1821249, image 1153, Page 5
Maryette Everingham, 77, b. NY, widowed, father born in NY, mother born in RI,...Fanny Lounsbury 57, dau, widowed, b.NY,...Jessie R. Wood, 64 b.NY,.... Jennie M. Wood, 25 b.NY, step dau or grand dau?.
1925 Syracuse Journal, June 29, 1925 date uncertain, hard to read... Mrs. Maryette Everinghan, 83, died Sunday at the home of her son, Harry Pettit, South Onondaga, after an illness of two years. She is survived by another son, Van Everinghan of New York, and four daughters, Mrs. Fanny Lownsbury, South Onondaga, Mrs. N.F. Frisbie, Syracuse, Mrs. S.P. Clute, Albany and Miss Hattie Everinghan of Florida... Burial at Onondaga Valley Cemetery. Although the date is uncertain, and Everingham is misspelled and several initials are wrong, this does seem to show that Maryette was married before she was married to Francis and had at least two children; Harry Pettit, and Fanny (Pettit) Lownsbury, before becoming a step-mother of the Everingham children. (also see 1910 Census)