B122
George Holcomb EVERINGHAM
"Holcomb" EVERNHAM
b.15 Jul 1819 Bayville,1,2 NJ
d.27 Dec 1902 Bayville, Ocean Co. NJ
(Bayville Cemetery, NJ)
married:
Lydia Ann GRANT
(b.2 Jan 1820 NJ d.10 Oct 1877)
m.19 Aug 1843 in Monmouth Co. NJ
parents:
Isaac EVERINGHAM (b.1789)
Emeline HALL (b.1794)
children: EVERINGHAM

  1. Lloyd2
  2. Benjamin J. (b.1844)
  3. Job Grant (b.1847)
  4. Martha (b.1850)
  5. George Holcomb Jr. (b.1853)
  6. Lorenzo J. (b.1856)
  7. Emeline (b.1858)
siblings: EVERNHAM
  1. Lydia Ann (b.1817)
  2. Benjamin D. (b.1824)
  3. Andrew J. (b.1827)
    + PLATT siblings
    "see mother's page"

fact sources and writings about this individual:

1Age info: 1850 Ocean NJ census shows DOB~1819.
Family have identifed date of birth as about 1818.
1850 Ocean NJ Census: (george) Holcomb Everingham (31), occupation: oysterman, wife Lydia Eveirngham (31), children Benjamin (6) and Job (1).

2Info from research of Earle Evernham sent March 2000.
3Researched by Corinne Murphy Lill, Ocean Co. NJ Historical Society, 1991.
NOTE: her data shows DOB Jul 15, 1818.
4Research of Kevin Everingham of MI, 2012
1870 CENSUS Dover Twp, Ocean, New Jersey (Page 68, home #553 June 28, 1870)... George Everingham 52, farming,.. Lydia A. 52, house keeper,.. Benjamin 26, mariner,.. Job. G. 22, fisherman,.. Martha 19,.. George H. 16, fisherman,.. Lorenzo 12,.. Emaline 9 (all born in New Jersey).
Living 2 homes away was; Sophia Grant 54.... and 4 homes away on the other side (home #557), Charles S. Grant 40,.. Lydia H. Grant 39,.. Theresa 15, Charles 13, Samuel 11, Joseph B. 9, Malinda 4.,... (home #558) was; J. Platt 46, Lydia 51, John 21, Howard 19, Joseph 16, Benjamin 14, Amanda 12, Marian 9.... (home #560)- Jese J. Rogers 62, Debrah Rogers 61, Hankinson Everingham 11.

In 1834 a group of people were involved in removing goods from a shipwreck at Barnegat Bay, New Jersey. The people impilcated were known as the "Barnegat Pirates" and were tried at Trenton, New Jersey in 1835. It was reported that a large number (100+) of locals were implicated including shop owners, farmers, sailors and "William Platt" a Justice of the Peace. At the time of this incident, George Holcomb Everingham was about 16. Names implicated with possible connections to this family were; Platt, Grant, Britton and "Holcomb Everingham". The Holcomb involved in this incident was referred to as a "boy", subpoenaed as witness for the prosecution. -- More info on this incident will be availible in a book that is being put together; "Amazing Everingham Stories, by Kevin Everingham".


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