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1Notes for MARY EVELYN EVERINGHAM:
She was the recording secretary for the Family Picnic from 1920 til her death. All her records are in the possesion of her nephew Bill (William Kent Everingham) at Milan IL. He says most of the references are to the Dolan side of the family and that alot of history exists for that family.
Research of Kevin Everingham of MI, 2013;
1930 CENSUS Buffalo, Erie, NY (Sheet 9A, house #143).. Ernest Schmedendorf 24, b.NY,.. Mary Schedendorf 22, wife,.. William Everingham 16, b.NY, brother-in-law.
1937 Buffalo Courier-Express, Mon. Oct 18, 1937 - "Mrs. E. Witmer Schmiedendorf has returned from Pontiac, Mich, where she was for several days the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Don K. Schilling. Her brother, William F. Everingham of Davenport, IA, formerly of Buffalo, returned with her to remain her guest for two weeks."
1940 CENSUS Buffalo, Buffalo, Erie, NY (Sheet 61B, family #65).. Ernest W. Schmiedendorf 34,.. Mary E. Schmiedendorf 32, wife,.. Teresa Everingham 65, mother-in-law.
1943 Buffalo Courier Express Newspaper, Thursday, September 30, 1943.. "EVERINGHAM Teresa Dolan Everingham, September 28, 1943, wife of the late Floyd Everingham; mother of William F.. and Mrs. E. Witmer Schmiedendorf (nee Mary E. Everingham). Funeral from the family residence, 726 Tacoma Ave. Friday morning at 8:30 and from St. Rose of Lima Church at 9 o'clock."
1947 Buffalo Courier Express, Thur, July 10, 1947 "William Francis Everingham of Tacoma Ave. announces that the marriage of his sister, Mary Evelyn, to Eugene George Kolb took place on Saturday, July 5th in the chapel-in-the-woods, camp Twanekotah, Chautauqua. Rev. R. Carl Stoll performed teh ceremony. Mrs. Edward F. Pawlak was the matron of honor and William Kolb was best man."