unlinked Ohio family
b.10 April 1837, Richland county, Ohio
d.17 May 1916 Monroeville, Huron, Ohio
Josephine A. RUTHERFORD (b.Sept 1848 OH)
m.26 Jan 1875 Milan, Huron, OH
    no children
siblings: EVERINGIM
  • Elizabeth (b.~1841)
  • Charles (b.~1846)
  • James (b.~1849)
  • fact sources and writings about this individual:
    Research of Kevin Everingham, 2013;

    1860 CENSUS Ridgefield twp., Huron, OH (Page 323).. Peter Evernghim, 49... Jane Evernghim 47... Thomas Evernghim 19... Elizabeth Evernghim 16,.. Charles Evernghim 14,... James Evernghim 11.
    1870 CENSUS Ridgefiled twp, Huron, OH (Page 9, family #65)... Peter Evringham 61, farmer, b.NJ, value of real estate 16,000, value of personal estate 2200,.. Jaine Evringham 57, b.PA,.. Thomas Evringham 25, b.OH ~abt 1845.

    1875 Huron, OH Marriage Record (Page 429 #2582).. Thomas Everingin & Josephine A. Rutherford married 26 January 1875 at Milan, Huron, Ohio.

    1880 CENSUS Ridgefield, Huron, OH (Page 205A #1430)... Thos. Everingim 42, b.OH,.. J.A. Everingim 27, b.OH, wife,.. Eliza Rutherford 25, other,.. Henry Griffin 43, other,.. Fred Luker 17, other,.. Joseph Link 19, other. it appears that sister-in-law Eliza Rutherford is living with them in 1880, and no children after 5 years of marriage.

    1896 In the book; PICTURESQUE HURON or HURON COUNTY, OHIO AS SEEN THROUGH A CAMERA, (c)1896, Laning Printing Company, Norwalk, OH.... Page 45 has a photo of the residence of Thos. Everingham, at Ridgefield Township, between Monroeville & Hunt's Corners.

    1900 CENSUS Monroeville, Huron, OH (Page 16A fam# 371) .. Thomas Everingim 63, b.April 1837 OH,.. Josephine Everingim 52, b.Sep 1848 OH, wife, mother of 0 children... Eliza Rutherford 50, b.Mar 1850 OH, sister-in-law,.. Wilber Clark 18, b.OH, servant,.. Louis Gfell 17, b.OH, servant.

    1910 CENSUS Ridgefield, Huron, OH (Page 8, house #216).. Thomas Everingam 73, b.OH,.. Josephine A. Everingam 59, b.OH, wife,.. Eliza Rutherford 57, b.OH.

    1916 Ohio Dept of Health has the following record (#2422): "Thomas Everingim" died 17 May 1916 at Monroeville, Huron County, Ohio, age 79 (born 10 April 1837 OH), widowed, son of: Thos. Everingim, b.OH & Jane Champion, b.PA.

    Biography of Thomas Everingim from History of the Western Reserve, Vol.3 by Harriet Taylor Upton, Harry Gardner Cutler, Lewis Publishing 1910. (Page 1495)... "- Noteworthy among the successful agriculturists of Huron county is Thomas Everingim,.. now living in Monroeville, retired from active pursuits... A native of Ohio, he was born, April 10 1837, on a farm near Shelby, Richland county. His father, Peter Everingim, and his grandfather, Ezekiel Everingim, were born and brought up in New Jersey. His great-grandfather, Ezekiel Everingim, served under Washington in the Revolutionary war, suffering all the hardships and privations of soldier life, and he died soon after the close of the war. Ezekiel Everingim, his grandfather, learned the trade of a millwright in his native state, and in 1819 came with his family to Ohio, then the (far west), becoming one of the first settlers of Richland county. Following his trade throughout his active life, he built many of the early mills of the Reserve, and spent his last years at the home of his son Peter in Lyme township, Huron county, passing away July 30, 1849.
    Born in Newark, New Jersey, June 10, 1809, Peter Everingim was but a boy when he was brought to Ohio, and was here reared amid pioneer scenes... Working with his father he learned the carpenter's trade and lived in Richland county until 1838, when he settled in Lyme township, Huron county. His wife, whose maiden name was Jane Champion, was born in Pennsylvania, but was brought by her parents to Richland county, Ohio when a child. She died in 1888, leaving seven children, namely; Alfred, John, William, Elizabeth A, Thomas, James S. and Charles T.
    When his parents removed to Huron county, Thomas Everingim was but a year old. He carried on a lucrative wool business until 1901. In 1901 Mr. Everingim purchased an attractive house in Monroeville, where he is now living retired from active business. Mr. Everingim married in 1875, Josephine A. Rutherford, who was born in Peru township, Huron county, Ohio, a daughter of James Rutherford. Her grandfather, John Rutherford, was born in Jew York city, but soon after his married moved to Lansingburg, NY, where he was gaged in the pork packing business the remainder of this life.
    Politically Mr. Everingim is a staunch supporter of the principles of the Democratic party, and has served as township trustee of Ridgefield township for fifteen years. Religiously Mr. and Mrs. Everingim are faithful members of the Methodist Episcopal church."

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