| fact sources and writings about this individual:|
|160 acre land grant from|
to John B. Everingham
in Michigan 1880
Ann J. Everingham & 1880 St. Joseph, & 1910 Antrim Co. Census.
see: Biography of John B. Everingham
Mustered into Co.K of the 112th Regiment of Pennsylvania on Feb 29, 1864. Mustered out Oct 1, 1865
PA State Archives; J.B. Everingham Co.K, 2nd Artillery, Enrolled FEb 29 1864 at Muncy, PA, Mustered in 2-29-64 as a Private., Mustered out Jan 29, 1866, Age at enrollment: 20, complexion fair, Height 5' 7", Eyes; Blue, Hair; Brown, Occupation; Coach Maker, Residence; Lycoming County. Remarks: Detached to 2nd Prov'l, Arty Per. S.O. #153 W.D. 4-20-64. Promoted to Corp. 10-1-65.
21910 CENSUS Mancelona Township, Antrim County, MI shows a "Anna A. Everingham" born about 1850 in Pennsylvania. Living with a Mr. Harding, she was his mother-in-law.
Harding married her daughter "Lura" in 1902 (see Lura's page).
Research of Kevin Everingham, June 2009:
John was living with his brother Moses in 1870 according to the Census of Goshen, Indiana.
"US military pension files 1861-1917"... National Archives and Records Administration... John B. Everingham, rank; Corporal, Company K, Regiment 2, Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery.
The Antrim County News, Page 15, June 16, 1977, tells about the early years of Alba, Michigan based on the book; Early History, by Harriet Snyder Myers. "The suburban families of Alba were few, J.B. Everingham being the only one owning a home in the suburbs, one-half mile north of town on the west side of the road. The house burned in 1893, the same week a disastrous fire destroyed nearly all of the business section of Alba. At the time Mr. Everingham came here, there was no road cut through the dense forest to his farm, so he had to carry the material for his house on his back."
1898 Antrim Conty, Mancelona Township, MI Death Certificate #810 DeForest S. Everingham died at Mancelona Twp, white, male d.24 March 1898, age 9y, 5m, 12d., father - John B. Everingham b.PA, mother - Anna Tackaberry b.PA, burial Alba, MI.
1898 Mancelona Herald Newspaper, March, 1898... "One of the saddest accidents The Herald has ever been called upon to chronicle occurred at Wetzell Thursday afternoon, by which DeForest Everingham, the only son of Mr. and Mrs. John B. Everingham, lost his life. The accident happened at the house of Mr. F.D. Zimmerman, while the family were away from home. It seems that Mr. Zimmerman's two boys, Ray and Roy, with the Everingham lad - all between 9 and 11 years of age - were playing with a 38-cal. Winchester rifle, when, in some manner the piece was discharged, instantly killing DeForest. "
1899 Antrim County, Mancelona Twp,
Wetzell village(crossed out), MI Death Certificate #1052. John B. Everingham, d.November 14, 1899, married 30 yrs, farmer, born in Pensylvania, father; Enoch Everingham, mother ___blank__, date of burial; Nov 16, 1899 Alba, MI.
1905 Mancelona Herald, June, 1905... "Mrs. Everingham of Wetzell is building a handsome cement cottage at Jefferson and West Hinman streets."
1906 Mancelona Herald, Spring, 1906... "Mrs. Anna Everingham has returned from Three Rivers, where she spent the winter."
1918 Three Rivers, St. Joseph County, MI Death Certificate Anna Everingham, widow, d.13 June 1918, age 67y, 4m, 27d, born January 17, 1851, widow of John Everingham, father: Jos Tackaberry, b.PA, Mother Julia De fran...(sp?) b.PA, burial June 15, 1918, 3 Rivers, MI.
1918 The Mancelona Herald, Mancelona, Michigan, Thursday, June 20, 1918.... "Mrs. Anna Everingham died of Pneumonia, June 13, at Three Rivers, after a months illness. She went to that city to attend the funeral of a brother last April. The remains were brought back here Saturday and funeral was held at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Clare Harding, Monday afternoon. Burial was in the cemetery at Alba, beside her husband and two children who died several years ago. Anna Tackaberry was born in Pennsylvania Jan 17, 1851 and came to St. Joseph county, this State, with her parents when five years old. In 1874 she was married to John Everingham and they located here, afterwards removing to Alba where there home was for many years. Four children were born to them, three dying in infancy and one daughter, Mrs. Clare Harding is left to mourn."
of note,... there is an EVERINGHAM STREET in Mancelona, MI that was likely named after this family. This street referenced in the following newspaper: "Mancelona Herald, July 1, 1920... the old store building at the corner of State and Everingham street."