unknown NJ line
George Packer EVERINGHAM
b.21 January 1877 or 1879? NJ
d.1962 Ocean, New Jersey
George was still single and still living with his mother at age 61.
George's mother or step mother?
children: EVERINGHAM
  1. George Packer (b.Jan 1877/79? NJ)
  2. William C. (b.1881)
  3. Otto (b.1885/6 d.1890)
fact sources and writings about this individual:
Research of Kevin Everingham of MI, 2013

1880 CENSUS Trenton, Mercer, NJ (Page 373B)... Benjamin F. Everingham 24, b.NJ,.. Mary C. Everingham 26, wife, b.NJ,.. George P. Everingham 1, son.

1900 CENSUS Lakewood twp, Ocean, New Jersey (Page 14B, fam #334) .. Mary C. Everingham 46, b.July 1854 NJ, widowed, mother of 2 children, 1 living,... George P. Everingham 21, b.Jan 1879 NJ, son, single. it is possible that Mary claims to be the mother of 2 children (who lived to an adult age) but this does show that she claims by 1900 George is the only child living. So, is William C. Everingham her child?.. OR since some records show that George may have been born before she married Benjamin, was George the son of another woman? (possibly previous marriage of Benjamin) This seems likely.
1910 CENSUS Lakewood, Ocean, New Jersey (Page 12, family #286) .. Mary Everingham 53, b.NJ, widowed,.. George Everingham 33, son, single.
1918 US WWI Draft Registration #1768,... George Packer Everingham of 176 East 4th st. Lakewood, Ocean, NJ... age 41, born 21 Jan 1877,.. laborer, employer; Charles R. Hedden Co., Lakehurst, Ocean, NJ... nearest relative; Mrs. Mary C. Everingham of 176 East 4th St., Lakewood, Ocean, NJ.... medium build, medium height, brown eyes, brown hair.... signed, 12th Sept, 1918.
1920 CENSUS Lakewood, Ocean, NJ (Sheet 29).. Mary C. Everingham 64, b.NJ, widowed,.. George P. Everingham 41, b.NJ, son, single.
1930 CENSUS Lakewood, Ocean, NJ (Sheet 1A, fam #19)... Mary Everingham 76, b.NJ, widowed,.. George Everingham 50, b.NJ, single.
1940 CENSUS Lakewood, Lakewood, Ocean, NJ (Sheet 1B, family#14) ... Mary Everingham 85, b.NJ, widowed,.. George Everingham 61, b.NJ, single.

CASSVILLE CEMETERY George Everingham (1879-1962) "very rough, hand-made stone".

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