| fact sources and writings about this individual:
1Research of Kevin Everingham, 1999-2003.
2Marriage, Village of Manlius, Onondaga, NY.
EVERINGHAM, Orville Clinton, res. Manlius, NY, ae. 24, R.R. conductor, b. Fayetteville, NY fa. Theodore Orville Everingham, mo. Lovica Ann Trumple, 1st marriage hu, 2nd marriage wife. Married Mary Josephine Everson Dec. 25, 1904 by Rev. George D. Ashley.
more research of Kevin Everingham, 2009;possibly Mary's previous family?:
1900 CENSUS Clay Twp, Onondaga, NY ... Herbert C. Everson (b.Aug 1868 NY), married 8 yrs (~1892),.. Mary J. Everson (b.May 1874 NY), wife, parents b.NY, mother of 3, 2 children living,... John H. Everson (b.Sept 1894 NY), son,.. ___ Everson (b.Feb 1897 NY), daughter,.. Eugene Everson (b.March 1836 NY), brother, single.
1910 CENSUS Manlius, Onondaga, NY (family #23, Page 1).. Orville Everingham 32 b.NY, parents b.NY,.. Mary Everingham 35 b.NY, wife, parents b.NY,.. Clinton Everingham 4 b.NY, son,.. John Everson 15 b.NY, step son,.. Lela Everson 13 b.NY, step son./or step daughter?
1920 CENSUS Onondaga, New York ... (mass listing, possible hotel, boarding house, etc.) Orville Everingham 42, b.NY, widowed, parents b.NY. it first appears Mary had died before 1920, and Clinton was living with relatives, (see 2nd 1920 census below), however, a Mary Everingham was still living in Onondaga (see 3rd Census below) with son "John Everson"... which looks more like a divorce where they both claimed to be widows?
1920 CENSUS Onondaga, New York ... Elmer F. Mills 48,..Winefred Mills 48,.. Jessie Mills 19,.. Clinton Everingham 14, b.NY, nephew.
1920 CENSUS Onondaga, New York ... Mary Everingham 46 b.NY, widowed,.. John Everson 25, b.NY, son, single,.. William B. Wilson 37, b.OK, parents b.MO, "no relationship to head of household given".
1935 The Eagle Bulletin Newspaper, August 15, 1935.. "Services held for Orville Everingham, of Manlius, 57, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Everingham, died Wednesday, August 7, following an illness of several years. Surviving are a son Clinton Everingham of the U.S. Navy, now stationed at Japan; two brothers, Millard and Raymond Everingham; one sister, Mrs. William Fisher, all of Manlius and several nieces and nephews."
1939 Fayetteville Thrift News (Manlius section), January 19, 1939 ... Mrs. Clinton Everingham and son Raymond, of Long Beach, Calif., are visiting Mr. Everingham's aunt, Mrs. Ella Fisher. Mr. Everingham is in the U.S. Navy and is now cruising in Panama but will come to Manlius on a furlough in April. Mrs. Everingham and son arrived in Manlius on Thursday, January 5 and the following day Raymond was reported lost. He was later found by Chief Cunningham, strolling in Fayette street.
1940 Fayetteville Thrift news (Manlius section), June 20, 1940 ... Mrs. Clinton Everingham and son Raymond, of Long Beach, Calif., are spending the summer months with Mrs. Ella Fisher. Mr. Everingham, of the U.S. Navy, is stationed in Honolulu at present.
Ella Fisher was Clinton Everingham's sister.