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Research and speculation of Kevin Everingham of MI, 2013
"Some of Samuel's siblings and neice/nephews were born in or lived in Ohio, particularly Warren County, OH... from that information, Warren County was searched and the information added to this page was done so based on circumstantial evidence. Nothing below has been proven to be linked to Samuel son of Thomas & Rhoda."
Carlisle OHIO was called the "Jersey Settlement" when a large group from Monmouth County, New Jersey settled there starting in 1805. Carlisle is in the northwest corner of Warren County, Ohio.
1840 CENSUS Franklin township, Warren, OH (Page 95)... Saml Evernham.
1850 ... wife dies in Warren OH. (See Woodhill Cemetery listing)
His brother's family (Thomas & Amy) were living in Montgomery, Ohio in 1850.
1850 Woodhill Cemetery, Franklin, Warren, OH... Lydia Ann Evernham d.1850, stone is inscribed "Lydia Ann, wife of Samuel Evernham, died Sept 18, 1850."
1860 CENSUS Franklin township, Warren, OH (Page 21)... Samuel Evernham 52,.. Thomas Evernham 18,.. Mary Evernham 13. 3 pages away on this same Census was; H.E. Evernham 20. likely a son of Samuel, or at least a relative. No other Evenham's in Franklin township or Warren County in 1860.
New Jersey Presbyterian Cemetery Warren County, Ohio Civil War plot. T.B. Everham no birth or death dates burial for civil war soldiers formerly from New Jersey.. it is possible that this is Thomas, son of Samuel, another son, or not related at all.
NOTE An Ohio Death Record for Mary Roof shows that her parents were Samuel Everingham & Lydia Lippencott.. this is where Lydia's maiden name is from.