fact sources and writings about this individual:|
1Birth info from: "NY Gen & Biographies V5 1874".
2some info from Ray Everingham of Australia "email"
3marriage info from "1850 Middlesex NJ census".
4Info obtained from the internet. (various family websites)
5Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy Vol 3 (New York)
--- Research of Kevin Everingham of MI, 2013:
1889 The New York Herald, Wednesday, November 20, 1889... "OBITUARY Mrs. Louisa Wilson Everngham Mrs. Louisa Wilson Everngham died at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Henry Hawks, No. 117 Pacific street, Brooklyn, on Monday evening, aged ninety-two years and eleven months. Until five or six weeks ago she was in full possession of all her mental faculties, reading the newspapers and keeping up with the literature of the day, Last spring she attended the annual meeting in this city of the Society of Friends, of which she was a lifelong member. She was the dauhgter of Ebenezer Wilson, one of the pioneer settlers of Troy, N.Y., who at one time owned Mount Ida. She was married at the age of twenty-seven to a well known New York merchant, Joseph Delaplaine Everngham, who died in 1865. Four children survive her -- Mrs. Henry Hawks, William T. Everngham of Paterson, N.J,; Mrs. Margaret Bill of Newburg N.Y. and Mrs. M.H.Chapin of New York. She had twelve living grandchildren, two great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren."