occ: Minister
b.~18613 or 18621 Ontario Canada
or born 7 Oct 1861 4
d.16 Jul 1941
Florence May COLEMAN1,3,4
b.29 Mar 1868 Portsmouth, NH
m.16 Apr 1890
John Tomlinson EVERINGHAM (b.1814)
Emily Ellen WILLSON (b.1821)
children: EVERINGHAM

  1. Carl Dewitt (b.1891)
  2. Floy Lucile (b.1893)
  3. Homer Ward (b.1896 d.1896)
  4. Ailene Marjorie (b.1905)


  1. Thomas W. (b.~1856)3

fact sources and writings about this individual:
1Info from Marjorie Edgerly of Wainwright California -via Ann #2 below.
2Info from the research of Ann J. Everingham
31871 Census for West Gwillimbury Twsp, York Co. Canada
4Research of John Shuck.

Research of Kevin Everingham of MI 2000 & 2005;
1895 The Daily Star, Long Island, NY, Saturday, February 16, 1895... "Greenpoint Churches - Christian Church of the Evangel, Leonard street near Meserole avenue. Rev. J.E. Everinghama, pastor."

1896 The Daily Standard Union, Brooklyn NY, Sept. 18, 1896... "PARTING WORDS. A Farewell Reception to the Rev. J.E. Everingham. The Minister Leaves Green-Point for his new charge at Laconia, N.H. - Former Parishoners bid him godspeed in his new field. A farewell reception was tendered to the Rev. J.E. Evernigham on last evening by the members of the Christian Church of the Evangel, Leonard, near Calyer street, Greenpoint, at the residence of C. Frank Leviness, 158 Newell Street. Mr. Everingham resigned his Greenpoint charge last July for a call to the Peoples Chistian Church at Laconia N.H. In his farewell words, last evening, the minister urged all to remain steadfast to the Christian faith, and not forsake the church in any way. He said that in unity there was strength, and that the whole success of the church in the future, as in the past, depended upon the earnest and consecrated efforts of all of its members. The Rev. Mr. Morell, of St. Johnsville, N.Y. also delivered a short address and both speeches were well received. Messrs, Leviness, Sweezey and Hoser also made a few interesting remarks. The rest of the evening was splendidly spent in conversation and signing after which refreshments were served. Before departing for their various homes, all in attendance wished Mr. Everingham godspeed and success, and assured him of their heartfelt sympathy. Among those present were; The Rev. J.E. Everingham and son, Carl."

1896 Death certificate,... male Everingham, b.18 Dec 1896, d.18 Dec 1896 at Laconia, New Hampshire, s/o John E. Everingham & Florence M. Coleman..... Laconia Clerk's office, New Hampshire.

1900 CENSUS Laconia City, Belknap, New Hampshire,... J.E. Everingham, (b.Oct 1861 CAN), father b.ENG, mother b.CAN, immigration 1881,... Florence M. (b.March 1869 NH), wife, mother of 3, 2 living, married 10 years,... Carl D., (b.April 1891 NH), son,,... Floy L. (b.Jan 1893 NH), daughter.

1910 CENSUS Pembroke, Merrimack, New Hampshire,... John E. Everingham 48,.. Florence M. 41,.. Carl D. 18,.. Floy L. 17,.. Aileen M. 4.

1920 CENSUS Rockingham, New Hampshire,... John Everingham 58,... Florence 50,... Marjorie A. 14,... Clara F. Sheafe 76, sister-in-law, widowed,... Fred Walker 52, b.Turkey, divorced (no relationship to this family given).

1930 CENSUS Kittery, York, Maine --- John E. Everingham 68,... Florence M. 60,... Marjorie A. 24

1939 The Newmarket Era Newspaper, Thur., June 15th, 1939... "(section called; Newmarket People found everywhere)... Rev. John Everingham, 66 Whipple Road, Kittery, Maine, USA."

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