Martha EVERINGHAM b.~1833 NY
d.1887 Onondaga, NY*
George S. PARK (d.Sept 25, 1905)
married abt 1858 NY
Jerimiah EVERINGHAM (b.1797) (1)
Sophia FRENCH (b.1808)

George's parents;
Caleb & Lovina Park

children: PARK

  1. Gasper (b.Sept 1859 NY)
  1. William (b.1825)
  2. Mary J. (b.1838)
  3. Charles (b.1840-42)
  4. Albert (b.1841)
  5. Lucy (b.1845)
  6. Nancy (b.1848)
fact sources and writings about this individual:

1Speculative research transcribed below of Kevin Everingham of MI 2009,
updated 2018

1850 US CENSUS Lafayette, Onondaga, NY (house #123)... "Caleb Park 58, b.MA,.. Lovina Park 51, b.MA,.. George S. Park 17, b.MA,.. Oliver M. Park 24, b.NY,.. Elizabeth Ackles 23, b.NY."

1860 US CENSUS Otisco, Onondga, NY (house #268)... "George Park 26, b.MA, farmer,.. Martha Park 27, b.NY, house keeping,.. Gasper M. Park, 10/12, b.NY,.. Eliza A. Clark 55, b.CON, widow,.. Sarah A. Clark 22, b.NY, school teacher."

1865 State CENSUS Lafayette, Onondaga, NY (house #99).. "George S. Park 31,.. Martha M. Park 32,.. Gasper Park 6, son,.. Wesley Tooke 35, boarder."

1870 US CENSUS Lafayette, Onondaga, NY, June 24, 1870 (#395).. "George Park 36, farmer,... Martha 37,.. Gasper 10."

1880 US CENSUS Lafayette, Onondaga, NY (Sheet 295D, house #11170827)... "George Park 47, b.MA,.. Martha Park 47, b.NY."

1887* The Syracuse Standard News, June 21, 1887,... "(South Onondaga) - Mrs. Martha Park, wife of George S. Park, was stricken Thursday morning with Paralysis. The physician gives no hope for recovery and her death is hourly expected." Online cemetery transcriptions show she died in 1881, I believe this may be a transcription error due to the 1887 Newspaper article above which I have seen.

1900 in the 1900 US Census of Lafayette, Onondga, NY, Gasper Park was 41, b.Sept 1859 NY father born in MA, mother b.NY,... Ruby Park 39, b.NY, wife,.. Laura Park 15, dau, b.NY,.. Martha Park 13, b.NY, dau."

1905 Marcellus NY Weekly Newspaper, September 26, 1905... "(obituary) George Park, father of Gasper Park, the blacksmith here, died on Monday night, September 25. He had been in failing health for some time from dropsy and Bright's disease. He spent his early life in the vicinity, his father being Caleb Park. He married Martha, daughter of Jerry Evingham. They lived some time in the eastern part of this town and later at South Onondaga where he ran the Red mill for a time. Since the death of his wife he has lived part time with his only son."

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