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Records show: A Mary Hart living in Chicago Illinois in 1926.
research of Kevin Everingham, 2010
1876 Daily Press and Dakotaian Newspaper, July 7, 1876, Yankton, Dakota - (S. Dakota territory)... "Hotel Arrival of Merchants July 5th... include: G.S. Everingham of Milwaukee."
1878 WI Marriage Record -- G.Sumner Everingham, s/o John L Everingham & Jane, .... Mollie E. Hart, d/o Charles Hart, m.7 May 1878 at Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
1880 CENSUS Wilwaukee, Milwaukee, WI --- George S. 26, married, com. merchant,.. Mary Everingham 23, b.NY... were living with Alexander & Maria Miller, along with 16 ohter people.
1881 Cook Co. IL Birth Record rec. very hard to read! __ Everingham, female, b.3 Jun 1881 at Chicago, Cook, IL, to George Summer Everingham & Mary Hart
1883 Cook Co. IL Birth Record film #1287728 image 652, Paul Everingham, b.7 Dec 1883, at Chicago, Cook Co. IL,... to George S. Everingham & Mary Hart.
1884 St. Paul Daily Globe, Saint Paul, MN, Dec 30 1884.. "The Wheat Boom - (Chicago)
I consider the legitimate outlook as very strong said G.S. Everingham and expect to see sharp and large advance in values..." He is quoted often about corn and wheat speculation in newspapers across the U.S. over the next several years.
1885 St. Paul Daily Globe, Saint Paul, Minnesota, Jan 18, 1885.. "Speculators in Wheat spent most of their time evening up deals... (Chicago) G.S. Everingham says I regard the corn situation stronger than wheat, but should wheat decline corn would sympathize slightly."
1887 The Mitchell Capital Newspaper, Mitchell, South Dakota, May 27, 1887.. "Chicago, May 25 - The board of trade firm of L. Everingham & Co., has no connection with and is not in any way affected by the failure of G. Sumner Everingham which occurred here yesterday."
1897 The Wichita Daily Eagle, Wichita, KS, March 4, 1897... "Everingham Expelled... Chicago, March 3, G.S. Everingham, formerly of the great lard firm of McGeoch, Everingham & Co., has been expelled from the Chicago board of trade by unanimous vote of the directors. Everingham's membership dates back seventeen years at which time he came here from Milwaukee and went to business with Peter McGeoch. " This article ran in other papers, including; March 3rd in the Evening Star, Washington, D.C. It was a big news story and several follow-up stories were printed around the United States about the company.
1901 The McCook Tribune, McCook, Nebraska, July 26, 1901... "(advertisement) Corn, Wheat, buy both, will make good profits, bank references, G.S. Everingham & Co., Commerce Bldg, Chicago." this ad appears in many newspapers in 1901 including; The Belding Banner, Belding, Michigan, July 25, 1901.