occ: Blacksmith
b.4 June 1846 in Dunn Twsp, Haldimand Co.,Ont. may have died between 1871-1881 (not found in census data after 1871)
Margaret LYMBURNER m.30 June 1865
Daughter of Jay LYMBURNER
and Sarah MELICK
James EVERINGHAM (b.1821)
Violet BURNHAM (b.1828)
children: EVERINGHAM

  1. Mahlon (b.5 June 1870)
  2. Harry F.
name note: Margaret had a brother named Mahlon Lymburner.
  1. Ira (b.16 Jun 1849/50)
  2. Adoram (b.1851)
  3. Alice (b.1854)
  4. Lucy (b.1856)
  5. Henry "Harry" (b.1858)
  6. Eugene Delorne (b.6 Jan 1860)
  7. Rosally (b.1862)
  8. Mary (b.1864)
have info to add?,..see
James Henry Everingham
born 1850
for comparisons
fact sources and writings about this individual:

Records from Roger Harris:
Ontario vital statistics -Certificate #20549/88, shows "James H." occupation "Blacksmith" on the registration of his son Harry F.

1865 Haldimand County Marriage records: ...James Everingham, 21, Canboro, s/o James & Violet, 30 June 1865, to Margaret Lymburner, 20, Canboro, d/o Jay & Sarah.

Research of Kevin Everingham, 2010;
1870 Ontario Birth Registration (Pg.370, #121) Malon Evryingham, male, b.5 June 1870 at Brant County, Ontario, Canada., son of; James Evryingham & Margaret Lymburner.

1871 Their property description: Lot44,Conc3,Onandaga Twsp.Brant Co. - 4 acres.

In the 1871 Federal CENSUS of Onondaga Township, Brant Co., Ontario, Page 20, listed as James Everingham Jr., Episcopal Methodist, age 24, married, born in Ontario., Margaret 22, married, born in Ontario,...and son Mahalan Everingham, 11m. (b.abt 1870)

What happens to this family after 1871?... I can't find any of them. I believe it is likely that these individuals were deceased between 1871-1881 since they can not be found in Census data and they are not mentioned in any other later family records.

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