"Jonathan" Had A Twin sister "Mary"
occ: Saddlemaker
b.22 Dec 18143 in Hamilton Co., OH 2
(note IGI shows b.1816)
d.18 Jun 1873 Crawford IL3
burial: Palestine cem, LaMotte,Crawford,IL
Sarah Elizabeth NEWLIN
29 Nov 1837 Crawford, Ill
Enoch EVERINGHAM b.1783 NJ1
Tryphenia Ann KITCHELL m.~ 1812

born in Crawford Co., Illinois

  1. Joseph Sylvester (b.1839)
  2. Edward Clark (b.1841)
  3. George Baxter (b.1843)
  4. John Elder (b.1845)
  5. Mary Jane "Jenny" (b.1846)
  6. Sarah Elizabeth (b.1846)
  7. Martha Ellen (b.1849)
  8. Julia Catherine (b.1851)
  9. Tryphena Ann (b.1853)
  10. Charles Allen (b.1856)
  11. Nelson William (b.1858)
  12. Lee (b.1860)
  13. Dee (b. 1862)
  14. Nancy (b.1865)

  1. Joseph (b.abt 1812)3
  2. Mary "John's Twin" (b.22 Dec 1814)
  3. Rhoda (b. abt 1818)3
  4. Abigail (b.19 Nov 1820)3

sibling names confirmed by L.E. Wheeler
birth dates from Connie Baker/Estelle Black
fact sources and writings about this individual:

occupation: Farmer,
John learned the saddler's trade in Cincinnati, OH and later moved to Palestine, IL.

much of the info on this page from "Ann J. Everingham".
11807 Cincinatti OH, Federal land series Vol 1.
3Info from the records of Estelle Black sent 2000/2001.
History of Crawford & Clark co. 1883 says that John was born near Cincinnati Ohio and raised & educated there. Crawford Co. marriage book A. p66; License 1837, married Nov 29, 1837.

Census data from Kevin Everingham, 2008

1840 CENSUS Crawford, Illinois ... John Everingham

1850 CENSUS Crawford, Crawford County, IL ... John Everingham, b.OH,.. Sarah 27,.. George B. 7,.. John E. 5,.. Sarah E. 4,.. Mary J. 4,.. Martha 1.

1860 CENSUS Crawford, Crawford, Illinois ... John Everingham 45,.. Sarah 38,.. George 16,.. Mary 13,.. Sarah 13,.. Martha 11,.. Julia 8,.. Charles 4,.. Nelson 3,.. Lee, 0.

1870 CENSUS Illinois ... John Everingham 55,.. Sarah 50,.. Julia 19,.. Allen 14,.. Willm 12,.. Lee 8,.. Dee 7,.. Nancy 5.

1950 Letter from Laurel Edith (Everingham) Moyer about childhood & family in Illinois.
...He had the prettiest blue eyes, now white hair and long snow white beard. And he was very particular about his beard. While he was at work he kept it braided and rolled up like farmers used to do their horses tails. Then on Sunday he combed and brushed his beard and it was just long snow white waves.

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