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Notes for JAMES 'FRANK' EVERINGHAM:
1860 he was aged 2 yrs in Warsaw Wyoming Co
1870 he was aged 11 in Warsaw Wyoming Co
1880 Census for Warsaw Wyoming Co,Frank is listed as a Painter. He had been married within 1 year.(1879)
Notes for IDA M. COPELAND:
There is a family of Copelands living at Eagle town Wyoming Co NY in 1900. The dates are such that they could be Ida's parents and siblings. They are Edmund L., Mary E., Henry H. and Vanna R. Copeland. They are the only Copeland family we came across in the whole area.
Research of Kevin Everingham of MI, 2011, 1940 CENSUS added 2012;
1897 Wyoming County Times, Warsaw, N.Y. June 17, 1897.. "Methodist Church - J.F. Everingham, musical director, Floyd Everingham, cornet."
1900 Census of Warsaw Town,(Page 29A, family #715) Frank was recorded alone with his 2 boys; Frank 19, Leon 18, It confirmed he had been married 20 years. Occupation: Painter/Decorator. His birth date is given as Aug 1858.
1900 CENSUS Warsaw twp., Wyoming, NY (Sheet 30, family #750)... Ida Everingham 35, living alone, in hospital, or being cared for away from her children?, female, b.May 1865, years married = 20, mother of 4, 2 children living,.. born in NY, parents b.NY
1900 Wyoming County Times, Warsaw NY, June 7, 1900... "EVERINGHAM Mrs. Ida Copeland, wife of J. Frank Everingham died at her late home in Warsaw on Saturday last, June 2, 1900 after a lingering illness, aged 35 years. She was born in covington, May 7th 1865, on December 7th, 1879, she became united in marriage with Mr. Everingham, with whom in happiness she spent the rest of her life in their home in Warsaw. Besides her companion, two sons, Floyd and Leon, also two brothers, Stewart and Robert Copeland are left to mourn her early decease. Relatives from out of town were; Charles, Henry and Albert Everingham, Dr. and Mrs. L.C. Broughton, Mrs Henry Fox, Castile; Mr. and Mrs Saford, Mr. and Mrs. Erastus Herrington and daughter, Perry Center; Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Herington, LaGrange, and Mrs. Charles Bristol of Gainesville. The interment took place in Warsaw cemetery."
1900 Wyoming County Times, Thursday, Dec 27, 1900... "J F Everingham, Floyd Everingham and Miss Maude Crawford spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Copeland at Perry Center."
1904 Holley Standard, NY Oct. 6, 1904 "Buell-Everingham Miss Bertha M. Buell, formerly of Holley, N.Y., and Mr. J. Frank Everingham, of Willard, N.Y., were married Thursday, Sept 29, at Ovid N.Y. by Rev. Charles W. MacNish, Rector of Christ's Protestant Episcopal Church, Miss Nellie Hovey acting as bridesmaid, Mr. Leon L. Everingham as groomsman. Mr. and Mrs Everingham have gone east on their wedding trip and will be at home after Oct. 10 at Willard, N.Y."
1906 Silver Springs Signal, March 29, 1906... "George Buell of Rochester has been the guest of his sister, Mrs. J. Frank Everingham, this week."
1907-1910? LeRoy Gazette News... "Floyd Everingham has returned to LeRoy and is assisting his father in the painting and paper hanging business... Leon Everingham, formerly of LeRoy, now has a position at the State Hospital for the Insane at Ovid. Mr. Everingham is a member of the band and orchestra of that institution."
1910 CENSUS Le Roy, Genesee, New York (page 6, family #148).. J. Frank Everingham 51, b.NY,.. Bertha Everingham 29, b.NY,.. Floyd Everingham 28, b.NY.
1920 CENSUS Le Roy, Genesee, New York (sheet 2)... James Everingham 61, b.NY, father b.ENG, mother b.NY,.. Bertha Everingham 39, b.NY.
1923 Wyoming County Times, September 20, 1923 .. "FORMER WARSAW MAN BREAKS HIP IN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT J.Frank Everingham of LeRoy, a former resident of Warsaw sustained a fractured hip in an automobile accident on the main road between Stafford and LeRoy Saturday afternoon, besides being painfully cut and bruised, P.C. Cornelius of Vick. Ark., received a deep gash on his left arm. Mrs. Everingham and Mrs. C. Oswald Hawken, also of LeRoy were cut and bruised. Mrs. Cornelius, a bride of one day escaped injury. A third card going west attempted to pass. The third machine hit Everingham's coupe and forced it into Mr. Cornelius' big touring car wrecking both. The driver of the third car turned down a side road and escaped towards Roanoke. "
1925 STATE CENSUS Le Roy, Genesee, New York (Page 1, family #38).. J. Frank Everingham, age 66.,.. Bertha M. Everingham 45, wife.
1930 CENSUS Le Roy, Genesee, New York (Page 1B, family #19).. James F. Everingham 71, b.NY, father b.ENG, mother b.NY,.. Bertha M. Everingham, 50, b.NY, wife.
1931 The Wyoming Reporter, NY, Wednesday, May 6, 1931
Frank Everingham of LeRoy, 73 years old, died Monday. He was born in Warsaw and spent the greater part of his life in that village. He is survived by his wife, four sons, four grandchildren and three brothers, Charles Everingham of Castile, Joseph Everingham of Silver Springs, and K. Everingham of Batavia.
1940 CENSUS LeRoy, Leroy, Genesee, NY (April 2, 1940, Clay Street, Sheet 1B family#20).. Bertha Everingham, 60, widowed, born in NY... occ: houseworker @ private home.