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Notes for JOHN W. EVERINGHAM:
He appears first on the 1860 & 70 Census for Warsaw Wyoming Co NY, living at home with his parents, aged 10 & 19 respectively. In 1870 he was employed in a paint shop.
The 1880 Censu for Warsaw lists him as aged 29 and he is employed as a carriage painter. He was also married with 3 children that year.
Notes for MELICA DUGAN: (Melissa)
Melica has her sister living with her & husband John W. Everingham on the 1880 Census for Warsaw Wyoming Co NY. Their parents lived right next door.
Research of Kevin Everingham of MI, 2012;
1880 CENSUS Warsaw, Wyoming Co., NY (Page 304D, #744)... John W. Everingham 29, Melisa Everingham 30, wife,.. Harry G. Everingham 6, son,.. Lewis Everingham 4, son,.. Ella Everingham 0, daughter,.. Emma Dugan 28, sister-in-law. (all born in NY)
1899 The Castilian Newspaper, Friday, May 19, 1899 ... "Mrs. Mellissa Duggan Judd died in the hospital at Buffalo May 8th. She was the mother of Lewis Everingham."
1899 Wyoming County Times, Warsaw, NY, May 11, 1899 ... "Mrs. Melissa Duggan Judd, wife of Charles Judd, died Monday in Buffalo in the Hulmboldt hospital, where she underwent an operation for cancer on Saturday. The remains were brought to Warsaw, hwer former home, Tuesday morning, and the funeral was held at the Methodist church yesterday afternoon at two o'clock, Rev E.J. Whitney, officiating, burial in the Warsaw cemetery. An aged mother, three sisters, Mrs. Eisenmann, Mrs. C.W. Smith, Miss Emma Duggan, all of Perry, and three children, Harry Everingham of Warsaw, Lewis Everingham of Castile and Mrs. Nellie Conlon of Buffalo survive her."
1920 CENSUS Erie Pennsylvania, John was 69 yrs old and living with son Louis, John was widowed, born in NY and father born in England.
1920 The Castilian Newspaper, Thurs, Sept. 23. 1920, Castile, Wyoming, NY.. "L.G. Everingham and family of Erie, Pa., are guests of S.E. Cook and wife for the week.... John Everingham of Erie, Pa., is spending a few days with his brother, Charles Everingham."
1922 The Daily News, Batavia, N.Y., Saturday, October 21, 1922.... "T.K. Everingham's Brother Dead. John W. Everingham, a brother of Thomas K. Everingham of Batavia, Charles H. of Castile, James F. of LeRoy and Joseph of Silver Springs, died on Wednesday in Verysburg. He was born in Warsaw on January 24, 1850. Besides his brothers he leaves two sons and a daughter. The funeral was held in Warsaw yesterday."