name also found as EVERNHAM & EVERHAM
Occ: Wheelwright
lived in Mt.Holly, NJ2

d.9 Sept 1828 PA, typhus fever

Elizabeth HARVEY1,2
married Nov 9, 1806 Mt. Holly NJ2


children: "EVERHAM"

  1. William (b.1808)1,2
  2. Sarah Ann (b.~1825, d.1828 PA)


  1. William (b.1775)
  2. Benjamin (b.9 Jan 1780)
  3. Sarah
  4. Elizabeth ?
  5. Samuel (b.~1780-90?)

fact sources and writings about this individual:
1Information from Jen Perkins-Rose 2002, based on research of E. Virginia Everham.
2Professional Family Chart by Elijah Owen, Genealogist, Detroit, MI, 1941.
ancestor tree of Melville Barras Everham & Barbara Dawson McKay.

3The Everham Story (1, 2, 3), based on research of Jean L. Eaton & Edith V. Everham.

Research of Kevin Everingham of MI, 2010
1820 CENSUS North Mulberry, Philadelphia, PA (pg.135).. "John Everham"

1824 Philadelphia Death Record... female baby Everham, died 23 Feb 1824 at Philadelphia, PA, father: John Everham, address; Market Street near Juniper, burial Blockley.

1825 The Philadelphia Directory & Stranger's Guide for 1825, Philadelphia, PA
lists: John Everham, wheelwright, located between Juniper & 13th N. side.

1828 PA Death Record... "Sarah Ann Everham, died 26 July 1828 at Philadelphia, PA, age 3, father: John Everham, address; South side of Cedar St. near Juniper, burial at Blockley burial ground, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania... Also at burial ground, September 9, 1828, "John Everham"... written record (very hard to read light writing) says; "Mr. John Everham aged 45 years, died this evening in South Cedar near Juniper st, in ____ of typhus fever." This appears to the be the right John since he lived in the same area as Sarah who died the same year... so then, who is the John below in 1840?

1840 CENSUS Northern Liberties, Philadelphia, PA (Page 74)... John Everham

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