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wife "Maria" was born 25 Dec 1912 in Paincourt Kent co. Ontario
Bothwell Times, April 6, 1922
SERIOUS ACCIDENT BEFELL NORMAN EVERINGHAM
Almost a fatal accident befell Norman Everingham, assistant lineman for the Urban and Rural Telephone Co., Monday morning he had ascended a pole at the corner of Oak and Peter and was making repairs when the pole broke at the bottom and fell to the ground. By some means, the pole on striking the ground, sprung up, striking Norman with such force on the head that he was unconscious for seven hours. Dr. Graham is in charge, and we are pleased to state that Norman is considerable better, and no serious result is anticipated.
Chatham Daily News -- July 5, 1965
Norman Wesley Everingham, 64, well known Decorator and Contractor of 459 Queen Street, died Sunday, in Public General Hospital. He had been in failing health for the past 10 months and seriously ill for the past two months.
Born in Bothwell, son of Wesley Everingham, who survives, and the late Anne Clingersmith, he has been in business in Chatham for the past 40 years.
Surviving are his wife, the former Marie R. Bourdeau, his father, and a son Norman W. of Chatham. Also surviving are four grandchildren, Gary, John, Jo-Ann and Gail and sisters Mrs. Carl Brandie and Mrs. Lance Piper, both of Amherstburg and a brother Floyd of Bothwell.
He was a member of St. Joseph's Church. Mr. Everingham is at the T.Bradley - Hinnegan Funeral Home....and buriel will be in the family plot in St.Anthony's Cemetery.