b.19 Sep 1876 in Orford Twsp. Kent Co.
d.14 Feb 1966 in Bothwell, Kent Co.
married: 22 Sep 1897
Angeline 'Annie' CLINGERSMITH
(b.10 Mar 1878 d.24 Jan 1964)
in Bothwell, Kent Co. Ontario
William Henry EVERINGHAM b.1844
Margaret Jane LONG (b.~1825)
children: EVERINGHAM
born in Bothwell, Kent Co. Ontario
  1. Emma Norene (b.1899)
  2. Norman Wesley (b.1901)
  3. Floyd Ira (b.1907)
  4. Dorothy Angeline (b.1908)
  5. Margaret Hilda (1910-1911)
  1. William James (b.1871)
  2. George F. (b.1874)
  3. Albert 'Edward' (b.1878)
  4. Eugene E. (b.Jan 1881)
  5. Ella Irene (b.4 Jul 1891)
fact sources and writings about this individual: From Roger Harris, Stratford, Ontario60th wedding anniversary

wife "Annie" was the daughter of Henry CLINGERSMITH and Ann MARCUS. She was born 10 Mar 1878 in Orford Twsp. Kent co. Ontario, and died 24 Jan 1964 in Bothwell.

Photo right; Wes & Annie's 60th Anniversary

Bothwell Times June 9, 1921
"Wesley Everingham is in Detroit celebrating his mother and father's golden wedding."

Chatham Daily News, February 16, 1966
Robert Wesley Everingham, 90, of Bothwell, who had been caretaker of the Bothwell Cemetery for 25 years, died at the Metropolitan Hospital, Windsor, Tuesday. He had worked for the oil wells for many years. He was a member of the United Church.
Surviving are daughters, Mrs. Carl {Noreen} Brandie and Mrs. Lance {Dorothy} Piper, both of Amherstburg, son Floyd of Bothwell, a sister, Mrs. Ralph {Ella} Freer and a brother, Eugene Everingham, both of Detroit, six grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. His wife, the former Angeline Clingersmith, predeceased him and son Norman died in 1965. Rev. L.H.Perry will officiat at the funeral service Friday at 2 p.m. at the Fred H Robinson Funeral Home in Bothwell. A memorial service will be held Thursday at 8 p.m. at the funeral home under the auspices of Star of the East Lodge No. 432 A.F. and A.M. Burial will be in Bothwell Cemetery

Chatham Daily News, January 25, 1964;
Bothwell - Mrs. Wesley Everingham, 86, of Bothwell, died Friday at Public General Hospital. Born in Bothwell, she was the former Angelina Clingersmith. She was a former president of the Bothwell United Church Ladies Aid and life long member of the church. Surviving are her husband; daughters, Mrs. Carl {Noreen} Brandie and Mrs. Lance {Dorothy} Piper, both of Amhurstburg; sons, Norman of Chatham and Floyd of Bothwell, six grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held Sunday at the Fred H. Robinson Funeral Home, Bothwell, with the rev. L.H.Perry of Bothwell United Church, officiating. Burial will be in Bothwell Cemetery.

Photos sent by Roger Harris, originals from Floyd & Ruth
Photo (left to right) Norman, Norene, Dorothy, Annie, Floyd and Wesley

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