| fact sources and writings about this individual:
1much of the info on this line provided by Ann J. Everingham, or Tom Phillips.
2IGI file submitted by EDNA FRAZER LUCKE of Kirksville, MO.
same IGI file listed above, shows: Dinah Liming as the 6th child of 9., of John Liming (b.1683 near Allentown, Freehold, NJ) and Dinah Dewilde married abt. 1714.
Early New Jersey|
living in the
moved to PA
LDS IGI Files - Dinah's Family.
research of Kevin Everingham of MI 2006- updated 2014
1746 Marriage, Dinah Lisning of Monmouth, NJ, and Jeremiah Everingham of Monmouth, NJ, married January 8, 1746. from the book; New Jersey Colonial Documents, pg. 252.
1760 Aug, 1. Liming, Dinah, of Upper Freehold, Monmouth Co. will of. I am now in the 66th year of my age. Son, John Liming, 2 shillings. Sons, William, Henry and Thomas, 2 shillings a piece. 3 Youngest daughters, Mary and Sarah, rest of estate. My 2 eldest daughters, Dinah and Kesiah, 2 shillings a piece.
Executors—son-inlaw, Jeremiah Everingham, and my friend, John Chamberlain. Witnesses— Joseph Robins, William Lawrence. Proved Nov. 6, 1773.
1790 CENSUS of Northern Liberties, Philadelphia, PA (Page 184, line 53319) ... Dinah Everngem Jeremiah died by 1778 based on tax assessments of 1778-1780 which shows Dinah living alone. He was also not mentioned in his brother's WILL in 1793.
1800 CENSUS Cumberland, Greene, PA ... James Everingem it's very interesting that in the next Census, this "James" appears also in Pennsylvania and with a very similar mis-spelling of the last name... is it possible this is a son of Jeremiah & Dinah?
Various WILLS Dinah was born between 1726 & 1728, the daughter of John Leming & Dinah DeWilde. The WILL of John Liming Sr. of Upper Freehold, NJ dated June 14, 1757 lists wife Dinah & "Liming" children John, Henry, William, Thomas, Dinah (Everingham), Mary & Sarah.
The WILL of Dwilde Liming of Burlington was dated February 16, 1760. In this will, Dwilde is noted as a sibling of Dinah Everingham and brother-in-law of Jeremiah Everingham.