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Pennsylvania State Archives, Civil War Record found by Tom Phillips 2004;--- Research of Kevin Everingham ---
It is not absolute that this is the right James Everingham b.1832 in PA, but it is the only one that I know of that fits so I am placing this Census data here for this individual... This is where all info on this page comes from... notice also that the Military information says that James deserted.. if that were true, then it is not hard to imagine that he would move away from Pennsylvania to avoid problems with the military. Notice he deserted at PA in 1862 (his home State) and he married in Ohio in 1864, then first born child William was born in OH by 1865. .... Also notice that his occupation in war records "painter" is the same in the 1880 Census.
Jas. Everingham, Co. F. 58th PA Infantry, Enrolled 2-20-62 at Deerfield, PA, Mustered in 2-29-62 as a Private at Philadelphia, PA, enrolled at age 29, Complexion; Florid, Height 5' 9 1/2", Eyes; Blue, Hair; Brown, Occup; Painter, Residence Tidden, PA, Remarks; Deserted 3-20-62 at Phila.
1864 Marriage James Everingham & Henora HANSON (or HENSON, Harsen?) applied for marriage license on 6 June 1864. (no further info) (marriage record image)
1871 Birth Record, Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, OH... (Record #103, Page 211) "Ellen Everingham", female, born; May 27, 1871, father: Jas W. Everingham, mother: Anna Everingham of - Williams Street, Cuyahoga County, Ohio.
Mysterious Record below shows Henora died in 1879, BUT another record shows she was alive in 1880, see 1880 census. 1879 OHIO DEATH RECORD #1215 ... Hanora Everingham, female, age 44, died June 7th, 1879 at Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio.
1880 CENSUS Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co. OH,.. Page 353 C
James Evringham, 48, born in PA, parents born in PA, married, occ: painter.,... Henora, wife, 44, b.Ireland, keeping house,... William, son, 15 b.OH,.. James, 14, b.OH,.. Ellen, 9, b.OH.
1900 Cleveland, Cuyahogo County, Ohio Death Record, James Everingham, age 68, widowed, died 31 May 1900.