probably EVERINGHAM misspelled
Spelling of an English pronunciation?
b.1730 Crosswick NJ1 or
born circa 1732 Shippenknok, NJ2
wife Ann was widowed between 1757-1759
she remarried... see theories below
Ann "Aen" QUICK (b.19 Jul 1736 NJ)1-5
married June 2, 1754 Dutch Reformed Church, Machackemeck, Minisink Twp, Orange, NY 6
or married June 2, 1754 Rochester, Monroe, NY 7 or Suffolk Co, NY8
currently unknown
no Everingame's found

Tom Phillips of PA suggests that James may have died of disease or may have been killed by Indians which is VERY likely if you read about the rough times in that era. NOTE: Ann's father was killed by Indians... READ MORE:

The FrontierGuard

children: EVERINGAME

  1. James (b.19 Jun 1757)3
born in Upper Smithfield, Bucks, PA
fact sources and writings about this individual:
1IGI File submissions: Harold Doud, Fred Rosencrance, Verla Taylor, Raymond Anderson, Ronald Riley
2Information from Ann J. Everingham & IGI #2034875
3LDS IGI File #445783, 456764, 0820079
4Pedigree Resource File CD#6 Pin733735
5FamilyTreeMaker site (Descendants of Theunis Thomaszen Quick) x
6IGI #0599307, #0884504
7IGI #0820079
8Everingame, James Spouse : Quick, Anna - Date/Year of Marriage : 1754 Location : Machackemeck (Deerpark) County : Suffolk **** 1913, selected extracts Page : 162 Recorded at Suffolk County Long Island NY, not upstate NY as some records show. info sent from Tom Phillips, 2003.
9Speculation and Research by Kathleen Everingham

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