Gilbert/Phoebe Line
Joseph Delaplaine EVERNGHIM
spelling: Joseph "Delphine" Everingham
occ: Merchant
b.Oct 1787 Monmouth NJ 1,3
d.24 Apr 1864 (aged 76y 6m 15d)5 Brookyln, NY
  1. Susannah FITZ RANDOLPH
    (b.26 Feb 1785) (d.22 Jun 1824)5
    m.6 Jul Rahway Union, NJ 1809

  2. Louisa WILSON m.12 Jul 18273,5
    d.18 Nov 1889
    daughter of Ebeneze & Hepzibah.


Phoebe DELAPLAINE (b.1752)

children: EVERNGHIM

  1. Margaret (b.1810)
  2. Phoebe Anna (b.~1810 d.1824)5
  3. Gilbert D. (b.1818)4
  4. Sarah S. (b.1813 d.1824)5
  5. Elizabeth R. (b.1816)5
  6. Susan R. (b.1820)5
  7. Jacob R. (b.1821 d.1822)5
  8. Lydia W. (b.1823)5
    children of Joseph & Louisa;
  9. Helen Louisa (b.1828)5
  10. Delaplaine (d.1829)5
  11. Julia Ross (b.1832 d.1837)5
  12. William R. Thurston (b.1834)5
  13. Mary Josephine (b.1836)5
  14. Phebe Anna (b.1839)5

  1. Abigail (b.1785)

  2. Mary (b.1788)

  3. Gilbert (b.1790)

  4. James

fact sources and writings about this individual:
1Birth info from: "NY Gen & Biographies V5 1874".
2Info from Fitz Randolph History. (link to family line)
32nd wife & birth info from "1850 Middlesex NJ census".
4Info obtained from the internet. (various family websites)
5Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy Vol 3 (New York)
FACT Source#6
The New York Weekly Museum July 8, 1809 also known as "Impartial Gazetter, Saturday Evening Post, and Ladies' Weekly Museum" was printed in NY from 1788 to 1817.

"Everingham, Joseph D., merchant of this city, married, on Thursday last, at the Friend's meeting-house, to Miss Fitz Randolph, daughter of Jacob Fitz Randolph of New Blazing Star.

Fact Source #7
Records of The Society of Friends NY & Vicinity - 1640-1800 Vol 9, page 35

Records of Rahway and Plainfield NJ Meeting of Friends 1687-1825. Marriages: Joseph D. Everingham of the city of NY, son of G & P Everingham to Susan Fitz Randolph daughter of Jacob and Anna Fitz Randolph of Woodbridge, Married at Rahway July 6 1809.

Research of Kevin Everingham: death records found 2010:
1822 Jacob R. Everngham (0), b.NY, died 15 Aug 1822 at Manhattan, NY, NY
1824 Sarah Evringham (10), b.NY, died 27 March 1824 Manhattan, NY, NY
1824 Susan Everningham (39) b.Blazing Star L.I., d.22 June 1824 Manhattan, NY, NY
1827 Catherine Evelingham (0) b.NY, died 16 Jan 1827 at Manhattan, NY, NY related?
1829 Delphium Eveningham (1), b.Rochester NY, d.3 Oct 1829 at Manhattan, NY, NY
1837 Julia Evernghm (4), b.NY, died 18 February 1837 at Manhattan, NY, NY

Further research of Kevin Everingham & CENSUS DATA:
1822 Palmyra Herald, Wednesday, Oct 16, 1822 - "advertisement ~ That valuable and popular article AROMATIC SNUFF, recommended by Dr. Waterhouse in cases of ###? and head ache, and which also possesses the desirable property of sensibly stimulating the spirits without subsequent depression or injurty to the system. - sold by J. D. Evernghim & Co. at their store in this village."
1823 Ontario Repository (Newspaper), Canandaigua, N.Y. November 4, 1823... AD -"Storage at Palmyra, The subscribers having taken the very convenient STORE HOUSE situated on the basin in the rear of their store, and center of this village are prepared to receive quantity of produce. They also pay the highest price in CASH for Wheat.. J.D. Everinghim & Co., Canandaigua." - it is possible this is Joseph's brother James' business although other newspaper ads list his company as James Everinghim & Co. and a partnership business as Jos.D. Everinghim & Jas. Everinghim. Both brothers were clearly merchants in Canandaigua, N.Y., taking after their father.
1825 see an actual Newspaper Advertisement for J.D. Evernghim & Co., from 1825!
1826 from; Thurlow Weed's autobiography, traveling through central New York via stage coach in 1826 naming distinguished residents of Canandaigua "Peter Townsend and Joseph Everingham are highly intelligent young merchants from New york city, who have lately established themselves there." source; Herkimer Democrat & Little Falls Gazette, April 27, 1870.
1830 CENSUS of New York ward 5, New York (Page 351) lists: Joseph D. Everingham.
1840 CENSUS of Woodbridge, Middlesex, New Jersey lists: Joseph D. Everingham. (page 110)
I have not seen these census records, only index listings.
see: (1842 Trustee case) It gives locations and married names of many of Joseph's children in 1842.
1848 Joseph & Louisa mentioned in this N.Y. Supreme Court document.
1855 STATE CENSUS Brooklyn, Kings, New York (Family #444) ... Joseph D. Everham 68,.. Louiza W. Everham 58, wife,.. Hellen 27, dau,.. Anna 26, dau,.. Mary Josephin 19, dau,.. William T. 21, son,.... Ann Crosford 25, servant, Mary Farrel 21, servant, Mary Hilder 22, servant.
1864 New York Daily Tribune, Monday, April 25, 1864.. "DIED EVERNGHIM - In Brooklyn, on first day (Sunday), 24th, at his late residence, No.18 Harrison Street, in the 81st year of his age, Joseph D. Evernghim, late merchant of the city of New York. The funeral will take place from Friends' Meeting House, in Schermerhorn street, Brooklyn, at 3 p.m. on Third day (Tuesday), 26th inst. Relatives and Friends are invited to attend."

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