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It is interesting to note, that Joseph was named after Captain Joseph Barton, of the Jersey Volunteers, whose regiment his great grandfather, James Everingham U.E.L., fought under in the Revolutionary War.
1852 census, Canboro Twsp, Haldimand Co. Page 23 #11, Joseph B. Everingham b. Upper Canada, Age 2.
Ontario vital statistics- Death records: Certificate #15255/07, States he was 54 years old born in 1853, single, a laboure, and died of appoplexy.
Joseph was born deaf and dumb according to the 1861 and 1871 census.
Joseph lived in Moraviatown, the Indian Reservation, at lot 21, Conc 10 of Orford Twsp., in Kent County, abutting his parents home farm, which was off the Reservation.