A1341321
Norman William EVERINGHAM
b.20 Sep 1930 in Chatham, Kent Co.
married:
  1. Linda Jane MACINTYRE

  2. Wilda Joyce SINCLAIR
    m.23 Jun 1951
parents:
Norman Wesley EVERINGHAM b.1901
Maria Rosanna BORDEAU
children: EVERINGHAM
Children of Wilda & Norman
  1. Gary Norman Michael (b.1952)
  2. Richard William (b.1953)
  3. Keith "John" (b.1955)
  4. Jo Ann (b.1962)
  5. Gail Elizabeth (b.1964)
siblings:
N/A
fact sources and writings about this individual:
Child #2 "Richard" was born 5 May 1953 in Windsor and died 6 May 1953 in Windsor.
"Died from an auto accident - at birth"

Chatham Daily News -- June 23, 1951
A reception at Glocca Morra Lodge and an open house at the bride's home on Poplar Street followed the wedding this morning of Wilda Joyce Sinclair and Norman William Everingham Jr. at the St. Josephs Church. Rev. R.R. Van Vynekt officiated at the 11 o'clock wedding uniting the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Nantau, Allen Park Michigan and the son of Mr. and Mrs. N.W.Everingham in a setting of white carnations and red roses. John Ford Taylor, soloist, sang Ave Maria, On this Day and O Beautiful Mother accompanied by organist Ruby Wilson.
On the arm of Mr. Kenneth Nantau, the bride was lovely in a dress of English organdy over taffeta, designed with a peter-pan collar, long sleeves coming to points over the hands and trimmed with dainty lace, and a skirt flowing into a long train. A cloche of white organdy trimmed with dainty lace held a finger-tip veil of illusion. The bouquet was of white stephanotis, trailing ivy and orchids.
Bridal attendants, Mrs. Fern Moon as matron of honour, Doris Craftis and Miss Margaret Riddel as bridesmaids and Miss Joanne Nantau as Junior bridesmaid, wore dresses fashioned of pink and blue organdy similar to the bride's dress with lace trimmed gloves and headresses of organdy cloches. Nosegays of white daisies. Poms and trailing ivy were carried.
Mr. Meleon Makovnyk was the best man and Mr. Jack Simonton and Mr. Ken Johnston seated the guests.
Mrs. Nantau chose a green and white printed silk with green linen jacket, white accessories and a corsage of yellow roses for the reception. Mrs. J. Blair, the bride's grandmother, wore a navy sheer with white accessories and a corsage of pink roses. While the groom's mother chose a mauve crepe dress with white accessories and yellow roses. For their honeymoon trip to points East, Mrs. Everingham travelled in a mauve linen suit, deep purple accessories and an orchid corsage.


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