Soldier in the 1837 Canadian Rebellion
Capt. Thompson's Dunnville Volunteers
b.1819 in Niagara Co New York, USA
d.16 Dec, 1889 in-
Dunn Twsp Haldimand Co Ontario1
Joanna WALP (d.24 Aug 1912)3
married 1847 d/o Hiram WALP & Martha SWEET
James EVERINGHAM (b.1785)
Sarah "Sally" BROOKS
children: EVERINGHAM

  1. Eva (b. 10 Feb 1860)
  1. Adoram (b.1809)
  2. Elizabeth "Betsy" (b.1 Feb 1812)
  3. Ira (b.1813)
  4. George (b.1815)
  5. William (b.1818)
  6. James (b. 1821)
  7. Sarah "Sally Ann" (b.1822)
  8. Hiram (b.1826)
  9. Anne
  10. Catherine (b.1836?)
fact sources and writings about this individual:
1852 Census Dunn Twsp, Haldimand Co., Page 23, they lived in a 2 storey frame home. Listed as Episcopal Methodists

  • Henry's Burial: Riverside Cem. Dunnville Ont
  • Joanna's Burial: Riverside Cem. Dunnville, Ont.
1 Ontario Vital Statistics -
Births,Deaths&Marriages, Haldimand County Death Certificate # 6091/90.
2 1871 Haldiman Co. Ontario Census shows Henry, age 52, (b.abt 1819). no further details.
3New data from Roger Harris; Haldimand County Cert#14529/12
Joanna (WALP) Everingham, widow of Henry Everingham, daughter of Hiram WALP and Martha SWEET, died 24 Aug, 1912, age 80y 5m 12d. Informant Eva WEBBER. Died of Paralysis & chronic Valvular disease.

Ira Everingham (b.1813) and his brother Henry Everingham (b.1819) were found on a pay list of Captain Joshua Thompson's Dunnville Volunteers, February of 1838. they were assisting the Canadian government to contain uprisings. (Book Ref: The Everingham Family of MI (c)2006)

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