lived in Georgia & possibly South Carolina
possibly died 2 Jan 1790*
married :
Hannah _______?*
unproven, but probably;
John Everingham (b.~1695) who married in S. Carolina abt 1719
children: EVERINGHAM
  1. John Everingham (b.~1756)
  2. Thomas Everingham (b.~1750's)
siblings: EVERINGHAM
fact sources and writings about this individual:

speculation that John was a Privateer or ship's Captain.

very hard to find any proof of John's life since he may have been at sea a lot he is hard to find in records.

Research of Kevin Everingham of MI, 2006-2015*
Historical Collections of the Georgia Chapters Daughters of the American Revolution, Vol II., Records of Richmond County, Georgia, formerly Saint Paul's Parish, published 1929 (ISBN 0-8063-4581-0).... "John Everingham, dec'd, Jan 2, 1790, Hannah Everingham applies for letters of adm.- John Baker Bennett, David Longstreet, Sec. R.P. Jan 2, 1790, D. Longstreet agrees to be security for Mrs. Hannah Everingham, widow of John Everingham, deceased Jan 2, 1790."

Georgia Intestate Records by Jeannette Holland Austin,.. pg.101, "John Everingham, dec'd, Hannah Everingham issued L/A 1/2/1790, John Baker Bennett, David Longstreet, secs; 1790 Britton Dawson, John Twiggs, George Wyche, Hugh Magee, Nathan Bostick, Hezekiah Beal, John Britt, admrs, Richmond, AB."

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