Soldier in the 1837 Canadian Rebellion
Capt. Thompson's Dunnville Volunteers
b.1813 in Niagara Co New York U.S.A.,
d. 09 February, 1900
in Dunnville, Haldimand Co., Ont
Never Married
James EVERINGHAM (b.1785)
Sarah "Sally" BROOKS


  1. Adoram (b.1809)
  2. Elizabeth "Betsy" (b.1 Feb 1812)
  3. George (b.1815)
  4. William (b.1818)
  5. Henry (b.1819)
  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:
The newspaper & death certificate show him aged 87 years which agrees with the 1820 Census of Niagara Co. N.Y. The 1861 census of Dunnville Village c-1024), shows him as 40, born in Canada West, an Evangelical Methodist and single.

The 1881 Census for Dunnville Town (c-13254), shows him in one place as 62 and another at 63. He was listed as being born in the U.S., Church of England, and a Farmer, working for the David Price Family. His nephew, Burroughs Dell, married Anna Price who was a sibling of his employer. Ira never married.


  1. Dunnville Chronicler, Ira Everingham, Died Dunnville, 87 years, Feb, 1900.
  2. Ontario Vital Statistics - Births,Deaths&Marriages, Haldimand County certificate #11024/00.

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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