Early family in America
John EVERINGHAMBorn: :~1730's? unknown Monmouth, NJ
died by 1777
married :
Hannah GIBERSON (b.~1736 NJ)
d/o Guisbert & Hannah (PARENT) GIBERSON
Unproven, possible parent:

Henry & Rachel Everingham ?
or Cornelius & Sarah Everingham ?


    currently unknown

John's siblings: EVERINGHAM

Hannah's siblings: GIBERSON
  1. John (b.~1730)
  2. Elizabeth (b.~1732)
  3. Ester (b.~1735)
  4. Helena (b.~1737)
  5. Meribah (b.~1738)
  6. Lydia (b.~1738)
  7. Mary (b.~1739)
  8. William (b.~1740)
  9. Guisbert (b.~1741)
fact sources and writings about this individual:
base page info from the research of: Kevin Everingham of MI, 2004-2014 with input from Tom Phillips of PA.

1750 April 13th, the Will of Guisbert Guisbertson of Monmouth - yeoman - - Wife Hannah use of all my lands a house in Allentown and 3 lots near the same town and after her death all to be sold and 50lb given to each of my son Johns children and the rest to given to my own daughters. To Guisbert the son and heir of my oldest son John -deceased 5 shillings. To Guisbert and William my sons the plantation where I live. Moveable estate to be sold. and money divided between my daughters Elizabeth - Ester - Hannah - Meribah - Helena - Lydia and Mary but Elizabeth and Esther shall have 20lb less than the others... Will proved 19 May 1766.

1761 John Everingham named administrator 25 May 1761 of estate of JOHN NEWMAN of Monmouth who died intestate. Fellowbondsman Guysbert Guysbertson. Everingham named after renunciation of the mother Jane HALL declined to administer estate in favor of John on 22 May 1761. (This from New Jersey Wills index, VOl.30, xx date?)

1766 Will of Hannah Giberson, John Everingham's mother-in-law. - Hannah of Monmouth - widow - leaves 1lb to Guisbert (son of her son John). Estate to daughters Elizabeth -Esther -Helenor -Elydia & Mary and grand daughter Meribah. Witnesses; Gisbert Giberson - John Everingham & James Gaston. Proved 3 Jan 1767.

1777 Hannah Giberson Everingham re-married to a Lewis Chapman in Trenton NJ on April 16, 1777. It is assumed that Hannah & John had children, but I know of no proof or documentation of them.
In the book "New Jersey Marriage Licenses 1665-1800 and documents relating to the Colonial, Revolutionary and Post-Revolutionary History of New Jersey, vol.22 (c)1900" licenses are listed for some of the Giberson women;
1 Jul 1761 Hannah Giberson, Monmouth, and John Everingham, Monmouth
16 Apr 1777 Hannah Giberson and Lewis Chapman, Burlington
13 Jan 1762 Jamima Giberson, Monmouth, and Fuller Horner, Monmouth
21 Sep 1759 Mary Giberson, and John Harrison, Monmouth
9 Oct 1758 Miribah Giberson and Thomas Robins, Monmouth
11 Apr 1767 Elizabeth Gibeson, Shrewsbury,and William Preston,Shrewsbury
4 Jan 1773 Lydia Gibeson, and John George Boody, Gloucester
20 Apr 1769 Mary Gibison, Monmouth, and Zachariah Robins, Monmouth

Guisbert Guisbertson Sr. Born abt 1715 Upper Freehold Township, Monmouth, New Jersey Parents Unknown, but they are thought to be of Dutch descent, Married Hannah Parent abt 1729, Occupation: Yeoman (Farmer), Died May 1766 Allenstown, Upper Freehold Township, Monmouth, New Jersey. - info on Guisbert & Hannah from book John Giberson Loyalist by WF Waugh, 1999 pages 3-5.

Hannah Parent Born 1710 New Jersey, Died 1766 New Jersey.

Early Monmouth, New Jersey A History of Monmouth and Ocean Counties, by Edwin Salter, 1890,.. "(pg.131, Soldiers of the Revolution) officers and privates of Old Monmouth as stated in General Stryker's reports... (pg.140) from Monmouth; John Everingham, Nathaniel Everingham, Thomas Everingham.... back of this book is the Genealogical Record of the first settlers of Monmouth and Ocean Counties which lists; Everingham - Thomas and Henry were among tax payers in Upper Freehold, 1731, and William and Joseph Everingham in 1758. In what is now Ocean county, Everingham's saw mill, 1750, on the north branch of Toms River or Pine Brook is frequently referred to. "

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