b.4 Jan 1835, Trenton, New Jersey
d.8 Jul 1919, Jackson Twp. OH.
Mary FLOWERS (b.1837 d.1913)
m.1855 Champaign, OH
d/o George FLOWERS
children: EVERINGHAM
  1. Ella (b.~1857)
  2. William Monroe (b.1859)
  3. George Franklin (b.~1862)
  4. Clemadore Nelson (b.1866) "Clem"
siblings: EVERINGHAM
  1. Henry (b.1821)
  2. Samuel (b.1823)
  3. Joseph H. (b.1830)
  4. Mary E. (b.1839)
fact sources and writings about this individual:
Some Mix-ups and further reseach on this family:
Research on Charles Everingham & Mary Flowers

Charles R. Everingham page

Information gathered from various sources & Internet by Kevin Everingham 2000-2004. "sometimes incorrectly, hopefully corrected on the research link (right)"
wifes burial; Fletcher Cemetery, Brown twp, Miami Co. OH.
1919 Death Cert. Charles B. Everingham d. 8 Jul 1919 at Jackson Township, Champaign, OH, born 4 Jan 1835 at Trenton, NJ, 84y, 6m, 5d, retired carpenter, spouse: Mary Flowers Everingham, father: Ezekiel, mother; Ann Journee.

Death Certificate #29996 Mary F. Everingham d.31 May 1913 at Brown, Miami, OH, born 9 Jun 1837 OH, age 75y, 11m, 22d, married, burial at Fletcher Cem, father; George Flowers, mother; Everett.

I belive that some mix-ups have previously occurred and this Charles was only Married to Mary Flowers. The Charles who married Achsah Richey was another Charles Everingham from Ohio... see my research links for proof of this claim.

1855 Champaign, OH Marriage Registration --- Charles Everingham & Mary Flowers... license 13 November 1855,... married 18 Nov 1855 at Champaign, Ohio.

1870 CENSUS Fletcher, Brown, Miami Co. Ohio --- (#212, 211) Charles Everingham 36, house carpenter, b.OH,.. Mary 31, keeping house, b.OH,... Ella 13,.. William 10,.. Franklin 8,... Clemadora 5... (all children born in Ohio)

1880 CENSUS Brown, Miami, OHIO (Page 32A, #2946) ... C B Everingham 45, b.NY, parents b.NY, married, farmer,... Mary F. 40, wife, b.OH, father b.PA, mother b.NY,... William 21,... Ella F. 23,... Geo F. 17,... Clemadora 15

1888 St.Paris Era-Dispatch Newspaper, Friday, Feb 17, 1888, social section on LENA - "Mrs. Chas. and Mrs. Samuel Everingham have been quite sick for the past two weeks, are improving some..." ... same page ... "C.R. Everingham will move to Napoleon, Ohio, the last of February."

1892 St.Paris News, Friday, August 12, 1892.. "(Lena), C.B. Everingham has been quite sick for the past few days."
1892 St.Paris News, Friday, August 19, 1892... "(Lena) - Charles Everingham was taken considerable worse Wednesday afternoon. He is suffering from a severe attack of flux."

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