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John was at home in 1860 & 70 but doesn't show up in 1880. By 1900 they had been married for 20 years, living in Warsaw and listed as a farmer. His widowed mother Elizabeth was living with them that year. By 1910 he was a farm dealer in cattle. His mother was not with them then.
Notes for LILLIE/ TILLIE ????:
On the 1910 Census for Waesaw Village, she reported that her father & mother were both born in Germany, but on the 1900 census they were both born in NY
research of Kevin Everingham of MI, 2013
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle dated Friday 9/1/1911
Tillie Dick Everingham, wife of John E. Everingham died at the home on South Liberty Street in this village Wednesday evening August 30th after a lingering illness aged 51 years. She was born in the town of Warsaw 2/20/1860 and was the daughter of Abram and Margaret Smith Dick. On 6/16/1880 she was married to Mr. Everingham who survives her with 1 daughter Ruby. 1 brother John Dick of Warsaw and 4 sisters, Mrs. Caroline White and Mrs. T.L. McConnell of Warsaw. Mrs. Mary Goodrich of East Aurora and Mrs. Fred Yauchzy of Perry.
1912 Wyoming County Times, Thursday, July 4, 1912 ... "Mr. John E. Everingham and Miss Grace Norris, both of Warsaw were married this morning at 8:30 o'clock. Dr. George H. Burgess performing the ceremony at the home of the groom on Liberty Street, where they will reside. "
(Warsaw, NY, Wyoming County Times, February 22, 1940)
John E. Everingham of 106 Liberty Street, a retired molder at the Warsaw Elevator plant, died at his home on February 20th. he was born in Warsaw on May 26, 1855 and was the son of John and Elizabeth Rose Everingham. Surviving him are his widow, Grace Norris Everingham whom he married on July 13, 1912, two daughters, Mrs. Aruthur Truax of Swains, Mrs. Lois M. Everingham of Warsaw, and fourteen grandchildren. Mr. Everingham was previously married in 1880 to Julia M. Dick, who died in 1911. The funeral will be held at the Weeks Funeral Home on Friday, Feb. 23 at 2:00 p.m. with the Rev. George D. Miller officiating, and the burial in the Warsaw cemetery. Mr. Everinhgam was a member of the Presbyterian church.
1961 Newspaper, The Western New Yorker, Wyoming County Gazette, Oct 25, 1961 ... Mrs. Grace Everingham, widow of John Everingham died Saturday morning, October 21, following a long illness. She had been living with her daughter in Angelica for several years. Born in Warsaw on May 29, 1881, she was the daughter of George and Olive Carpenter Norris. Mr. Everingham passed away in 1940, but she is survived by her daughter, Mrs. John Lougheed of Angelica, a sister, Mrs. Clifford Streamer of Rochester and several nieces and nephews.