unknown branch
A Quaker
b.19 April 1822 NY
d.10 Feb 1874 Dekalb County, IL
Eliza Ann MILLER (1823-1895)
d/o James Miller & Annette Nancy Ann Van Vorst
parents: EVERHAM

currently unknown
and unproven.

children: EVERHAM
  1. Manley (b.~1848 IL)
  2. Mary Jane (b.~1850 IL)
  3. Jessie Eliza (b.~1857 IL)
siblings: EVERHAM
    currently unknown
fact sources and writings about this individual:
Research of Kevin Everingham of Michigan, 2010-2012;

1850 CENSUS Earl, LaSalle, IL - November, 1850 (house #79).. "John Everham 28, b.NY,.. Eliza A. Everham 27, b.NY,.. Manly Everham 2, b.IL,.. Mary Everham 1/12, b.IL"

1860 CENSUS Earl, LaSalle, IL (home #868).. "John Everham 38, b.NY,.. Eliza A. Everham 36, b.NY,.. Manley Everham 11, b.IL,.. Mary J. Everham 10, b.IL,.. Jessie Everham 3, b.IL,.. Nancy Miller 60, b.NY,.. William Miller 22, b.NY" - looks like Eliza's mother and a brother living with them.

1870 CENSUS Earl, LaSalle, IL (Page 14, home #102)... "John Everham 48, b.NY, value of realestate 9,000, value of personal estate 2,040,.. Eliza Everham 46, b.NY,.. Manley Everham 21, b.IL,.. Mary J. Everham 20, b.IL,.. Jessie Everham 13, b.IL"

1875 The Earlville Gazette, Friday, March 19th, 1875 ... "H.N. Estes talks of moving to the Carpenter house, vacated by Mrs. Everham."

1880 CENSUS Earlville, La Salle, IL (Sheet 166A).. "Eliza A. Everham 56, b.NY,.. Jenny Everham 29, b.IL, daughter."

1886 History of La Salle County, Illinois, Vol.2, (c)1886.. (pg.182-183) "John Everham was united in marriage to Eliza Ann Miller. John and wife came directly from the State of New York to De Kalb County, where he remained the first winter. The following spring removed to Earl Township. He he obtained fourty acres by pre-emption. We he reached this township he had but $100, but as he prospered he added to his farm until it reached its present dimensions. He remained on this place utnil his death, Feb 10, 1874. Politically he was in earlier life an Abolitionist, being one of the first four in the township; later was a Republican. Both Mr. and Mrs. Everham were of Quaker descent. They were the parents of three children, namely - Manley, Mary Jane, and Mrs. Jessie Moore."

1874 Stevens Cemetery, DeKalb County, Illinois... "John Everham (b.19 Apr 1822, d.10 Feb 1874),.. Eliza A. Miller, his wife, (b.20 Aug 1823, d.26 May 1895)... Jessie E., wife of C.E. Mooar (1857-1878)"

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