A16
Jacob EVERINGHAM
1st Flank, 3rd Lincoln Militia, War of 1812
b.18 Sep 1795 Willoughby Canada2
d.~1880 Wagner, Clayton co. Iowa2
married:
Margaret (Peggy) DELL (b.1794)
m. 7 May 1817 welland;Ontario
parents:
James EVERINGHAM b.1760
Catherine LEMON b.1776
children: EVERINGHAM
  1. James (b.22 Feb 1818)
  2. Chloe Ann (b.3 Sep 1819)
  3. William (b.31 Mar 1823)
  4. Mary (b.26 Apr 1825)
  5. Catherine (b.10 Mar 1827)
  6. Charity (b.10 Mar 1830)
  7. Barsnett Dell (b.18 Jan 1832)
    adopted children
  8. Lovina BAINS (b.1834)
  9. William BAINS (b.1849)
siblings:
  1. William (b.9 Apr. 1781)
  2. Adoram (b.21 Mar. 1783)
  3. James (b.1785)
  4. Anna
  5. Charity
fact sources and writings about this individual:
Jacob's sons & grandson


Photo: (left to right)
unknown men, thought to be:

Jacob's son's and Grandson,
William (b.1823), James (b.1845) "William's son",
& Barsnett Everingham in Iowa

Photocopy submitted by
Grant & Marge Hayes 4 Aug 1999
original owned by:
Mike & Karen Scholl

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2 Information from Bernadine Schmidt Arnold of CA, USA 1999.

3 Infomation below from Kevin Everingham, 2008:

1850 CENSUS Placerville, El Dorado, CA (dwelling 1, family #10)... William Everingham 27, b.Upper Canada, value of realestate owned 600, occ: Miner,... Jacob Everngham 55, b.Upper Canada, value of realestate owned 800, occ: Miner, could not read or write. on both: (average product per day 2.25)
1860 CENSUS Utica, Chickasaw, Iowa (pg 106 family 793) Jacob Everingham b.CAN W. age 66

An Index of the Land Claim Certificates of Upper Canada Militiamen who served in the War of 1812-1814, compiled by Wilfred R. Lauber, Ont. Genealogical Society, Toronto, 1995, Volumes 18-19. Page 31, Jacob Everingham, 1st Flank Company, 3rd Lincoln Militia, File 29, pages 210 & 211, RG9, IB4, Vol. 20
After the War of 1812, Jacob made a land claim as a member of the 1st Flank Co. (ILC). In 1817 he married Margaret (Peggy) Dell. On Jan. 26, 1829, he served as a private in Capt. James Cummings Co. and was 19-39 years old. Also a probable cousin; (page 54) John Lemon served after the war, he also made a land claim as a member of the 1st Flank Co. (ILC). On Jan. 26, 1829, he also served as a private in Capt. James Cummings Co. and was 19-39 years old
Military Research from Author; Fred Blair, 2011


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