Martha Mattie EVERINGHAM
b.November 1858 New York
d.Oct 1938 NY
never married?
siblings: EVERINGHAM
  1. Martha Mattie (b.Nov 1858 NY)
  2. Aleck H. (b.~1861 NY)
  3. Charles (b.~1864 NY)
  4. Fanny (b.~1866 NY)
  5. Olive (b.Sept 1870 NY)
  6. Richard (b.~1873 NY)
fact sources and writings about this individual:

research of Kevin Everingham of MI, 2008-2009:

1860 CENSUS 9th ward, Troy, Rensselaer, NY (pg 125, fam#417)... Alexander Everingham 28, b.ENG,.. Emeline 29, b.NY, wife,.. Martha 1. b.NY, daughter.
1870 CENSUS Troy, Rensselaer, NY ... Alexander Everingham 39, b.ENG,.. Emiline 40, b.NY,.. Mattie 12, b.NY,.. Aleck 9, b.NY,.. Charles 6, b.NY,.. Fanny 4, b.NY.
1880 CENSUS Troy, Rensselaer, NY (pg 474D #5726) ... Alex Everingham 49, b.ENG, occ: boiler maker,.. Emma 50, wife,.. Martha 21, school teacher,.. Aleck H. 19, printer,.. Charles 16,.. Fanney 13,.. Olive 9,.. Richard 7. (children born NY).
1900 CENSUS Troy, ward 10, Rensselaer, NY (Page 10A, family #212)... Alexander Everingham 69, b.Sept 1831 England, married 45 yrs, immigrated 1836,... Emiline 70, b.March 1830,.. Martha 42, b.Nov 1858,.. Olive 30, b.Sept 1870.
1910 CENSUS Troy, ward 13, Rensselaer, NY (Page 15, family #312) ... Issie Rabbe 55, b.NY,.. Josephine Rabbe 51, b.NY,.. Evelyn Rabbe 44, b.NY,.. Martha Everingham 51, b.NY, single, father b.ENG, mother b.NY.
1915 STATE CENSUS, Troy, Rensselaer, NY.. Martha Everingham 57.
1920 CENSUS Troy, Rensselaer, NY ... Martha Everingham 61, b.NY, single.
1925 STATE CENSUS, Troy, Rensselaer, NY.. Martha Everingham 66, b.NY
1930 CENSUS Troy, Rensselaer, NY ... Martha Everingham 71, b.NY, single.

1933 Troy NY Times, Dec 18, 1933.. ."Miss Martha Everingham of 12 Frear Avenue is ill at the home of her brother, Richard Everingham, 206 Ninth Street."

1938 Troy NY Times, Oct 6, 1938... Miss Everingham veteran teacher, taken by death.. Miss Martha Everingham, veteran Troy school teacher, died this morning at the home of her brother, Richard E. Everingham. Miss Everingham, a lifelong resident of this city, spent the summer at Taborton, returning to the city in early September when she was stricken with her fatal illness. She was a graduate of Troy High School and started teaching in school at an early age. When School 1 was opened she was tranferred to that building and remained as a grade teacher until her retirement in 1928 after completing fifty years in the two schools. She is survived by a sister, Mrs. Francis W. Brower of Brooklyn and the brother at whose home she resided. She was a member of the st. Barnabas' Episcopal Church.

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