probably EVERINGHAM misspelled?
b.19 Jun 1757 in Upper Smithfield, Bucks, PA 1
baptism witness "quote" June 19, 1757: Margaret Quick & Tom Quick "Suster and Broeder". They would be this James Jr's Aunt & Uncle.
currently unknown
James EVERINGAME (b.~1730)
Ann (Aen) QUICK (b.19 Jul 1736 NJ)1-5

Theory #1: A James Everingham from PA fought in the Revolutionary War on the USA side... this could be that James. (possibly died in battle)?

Theory #2: A James Everingham fought in the Revolutionary War on the BRITISH side, and moved to Canada after the war. In at least one military record he is listed as James Everingem.


    1/2 sisters:

  1. Grietje SHELLET (b.1759)
  2. Lena SHELLET (b.1763)
see his mother's page

fact sources and writings about this individual:
1IGI #445783, #456764
2Information from Ann J. Everingham
3FamilyTreeMaker site (Descendants of Theunis Thomaszen Quick) x
NOTE: Some IGI files show James born in Rochester, Monroe, NY
The "THEORIES" above are only ideas from "Kevin Everingham" and no proof of either theory has been found yet. It is very remotely possible that both theories are "possible." Men did switch sides in the war although this is not as likely.

More Speculation and Research on this family by Kathleen Everingham

Research of Kevin Everingham of MI, 2006
1800 CENSUS Cumberland, Greene, Pennsylvania (Page 61) ... James Everingem
possibly the same James? I have only seen this census index, not the actual Census.

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