William EVERINGHAM b.~1797 born in Burlington, N.J.
d.3 March 1865 Union County, Ohio
Mary HORNER m.1814
she died March 5, 1865, just 2 days after William, this may have been a sickness/virus.

unknown and unproven
possible connection to:William EVERINGHAM

children: "EVERINGHAM"

    unproven, possible children;
  1. Harriet Nancy (b.11 Dec 1815 NJ)
  2. Rebecca (b.~1817 NJ)
  3. Henry (b.~1821 NJ)
  4. Job (b.~1824)
  5. John (b.1827 OH)



fact sources and writings about this individual:

Research of Kevin Everingham of MI, 2013:
1810 Burlington County, Marriage Record (Page 119)... William Everingham & Susannah Bennet married 4 Jan 1810 at Burlington, New Jersey.

1814 Burlington County, Marriage Record (Page 177)... "County log book states; William Everingham married Mary Horner at Burlington, New Jersey, February 10, 1814."

1830 Lexington, Stark, OHIO .. "William Everingham"
1840 Huron, Erie, OHIO... "William Everingham"

William and Mary were living next to at least two of their probable children's families in the 1850 Census;
1850 Jefferson Twp., Logan, Ohio .. enumerated October 8th, "#119 - William Everingham, 57, carpenter, b.NJ,.. Mary Everingham 60, b.NJ,... .. also enumerated on October 16th 1850 with slightly different ages.. "#332 William Everingham 53, b.NJ,.. Mary 62, b.NJ,... John 21, b.OH,.. Levinia 17, b.OH,.. Mary 1, b.OH" ..living next to John & William's families is probable daughter; Jacob & Rebecca Bushawn!

1852 Fremont Weekly Freeman, May 1, 1852,... "Wm. Everingham is listed among the people who have letters remaining in the Post Office in Fremont, Ohio" is this the same william? .. this paper also advertises the following; "Flour $3.50/barrel, butter 12 cents per pound, eggs 10 cents per dozen, potatoes 62 cents per bushel... Winfield Scott of New Jersey for President."

1860 Fremont Journal, August 10, 1860,.. "State Central Committee, the Democracy of Sandusky County met in Fremont, on Thursday, August 2nd, 1860, for the purpose of making choice of four delegates to represent this county at Columbus, Aug. 7th .... Wm. Everingham, Esq, was chosen Chairman, and Geo. W. Smith, Esq, Secretary. The proceedings were ordered to be published in the Cleveland National Democrat. Wm Everingham, ch'n., Geo. W. Smith, Secretary. "

York Cemetery York Center, Union County, Ohio... "William Everingham, d.3 March 1865... Mary Horner Everingham, d.5 March 1865.... Ely Ellsworth Everingham (1862?)- not sure if this is a birth or death date."

It is likely that Ely Ellsworth Everingham 1865, is a relative of William & Mary but currently I do not know for sure.

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