City tax collector
Saloon operator prior to Prohibition
b.July 1876 Onondaga, NY
d.9 October 1947
d/o Sarah W. (SPEAR) & James DEAN
John EVERINGHAM (b.1835)
Eliza Mary SMITH
children: EVERINGHAM

  1. Arthur (b.~1869)
  2. Clarence (b.~1870)
  3. Berttie (b.~1874)
  4. Samuel (b.~1879)
  5. Seymour (b.1884)
  6. Harry (b.Dec 1886)
  7. Bert J. (b.~1890)
fact sources and writings about this individual:

1Manlius Cemetery, Onondaga, NY
2Research of Kevin Everingham, 1999-2009.
3see: 1880 New York Census of DeWitt, Onondaga, NY
1892 STATE CENSUS Manlius, Onondaga, NY John Everingham 58, laborer,... Mary 44,.. Arthur 24,.. Clarence 22,.. Ira 17,.. Samuel 15,.. Seymour 12,.. Harry 7,.. Bert 5. also listed on the same page of this census is likely Ira's uncle; - George Everingham 66, laborer.

1900 CENSUS Manlius village, Onondaga, NY -- Mary Everingham (b.March 1848 NY), parents b.ENG, widowed, mother of 7, 7 living.,... Arthur (b.Jan 1872 NY), son, single,... Clarence (b.July 1873 NY), son, single,... Ira (b.July 1876 NY), son, single,... Samuel (b.Dec 1878 NY), son, single,... Seymore (b.Dec 1881 NY), son, single,... Harry (b.Dec 1885 NY), son, single,... Bert J. (b.Aug 1889 NY), son, single.

1905 Syracuse Journal, Sept, 1905... Ira Everingham has returned from Scranton and will assume the duties of town tax collector.

1910 CENSUS Littleton, Grafton, New Hampshire -- (living with the Lawrence & Ellen Delaney family) Ira C. Ervingham 32, married, b.NY, parents b.NY,... Mary D. 28, married, b.NY, parents b.NY.

1911 Fayetteville Bulletin, New York Newspaper (social section)... Mrs. Sarah Dean has just learned that her daughter, Mrs. Ira Everingham has been seriously ill and in the hospital at Littleton, N.H., suffering with an acute intestinal disorder. It is believed that she is past the critical stage and on the way to recovery.

1914 Fayetteville Bulletin, 1914 local news... Ira Everingham has purchased the Davis Brothers saloon and will take possession of it next week. The consideration is said to be $7,000. Mr. Everingham, who recently returned from Littleton N.H. where he has been employed the past few years by the Pike Manfucturing Company, has been lately residing at the Suderbah hotel. He was formerly engaged in the clothing business and is undoubtedly one of the best known young men in town, as was shown by the fact that he was elected town collector on a straight Democratic ticket. This is unfortunate timing for Ira since the Senate proposed the 18th amendment December 18, 1917 which was approved in 1919 and prohibition went into effect January 1920.

Obituary of Mrs. Sarah Dean "death of Mrs. Sarah Williams Spear Dean, widow of the late James Dean which occurred at the family home Monday morning. Mrs. Dean was the daughter of the late Lyman and Maria Spear. She was born at Tru##on December 13, 1836 and came to this village with her parents. Mrs. Dean is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Ira Everingham of Manlius, a nephew, Ross Spear of Athens, Pa and a niece, formerly Miss Nettie Spear."

1916? Fayetteville Bulletin Newspaper (exact date unknown/very hard to read)... "
SECURES VERDICT Jury Finds Liquor Tax Law was Violated at Ira Everingham's Saloon. The State Excise Department secured a verdict of $500 Tuesday in supreme court against the Casualty Assurance, who were on the bond of Ira Everingham for violation of the liquor tax law at the latter's saloon in this village last September. Evidence that caused the action was secured when O###seer of the ### Charles ## Dickerson caused Judson Clemons' arrest for non support of his two children who are in the Onondaga Home. Although Clemons had been posted in all saloons in town Chief of Police Norton found Clemons in Everingham's saloon when he arrested him. When he was taken before Justice Sutherland the latter discovered a bottle of whiskey in Clemons' pocket and took possession of it. Clemons made affadavit at the time that Hobart Nims, bartender for Everingham, had given him the whiskey for fixing a beer pump. This evidence was given in court and also other evidence to show that the saloon maintained stalls and that the bar was not clearly exposed to the street during closed hours. "
1916 Syracuse NY Daily Journal... "JUDGMENTS Ira Everingham. Manlius, $598.68, Sunday traffic. non-exposure, traffic during prohibited hours, sales to posted persons, certificate not posted."

1916 Syracuse Herald, Sept 26, 1916 (Manlius section).... Mr. & Mrs. Ira Everingham expect to move to Syracuse next month.

1917 County Directory of Onondaga lists; Ira & Mary Everingham living at Washington St. (with no children), Manlius, NY.

1921 Fayetteville, NY Bulletin Newspaper, Friday March 18, 1921... "Ira Everingham, former Manlius buiness man has returned to this village after several years in Sayre. Pa. and in different places in the West."

Can't find Ira in Census data 1920 0r 1930.

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