Seymour Charles EVERINGHAM
Power Company Superintendent
b.8 November 1884 at Manlius,
Onondaga County, New York
d.31 July 1934 Montpelier ID
married:
Constance Boyd McINTOSH (b.~1887 ID)
m.15 Jan 1917 Montpelier, Bear Lake, ID
parents:
John EVERINGHAM (b.1835)
Elizabeth Mary SMITH
children: EVERINGHAM

  1. John Boyd (b.18 Dec 1917)
siblings: EVERINGHAM
  1. Arthur (b.~1869)
  2. Clarence (b.~1870)
  3. Berttie (b.~1874)
  4. Ira (b.~1876)
  5. Samuel (b.~1879)
  6. Harry (b.~1887)
  7. Bert J. (b.~1890)
fact sources and writings about this individual:
Research of Kevin Everingham, 1999-2003.

1892 NY STATE CENSUS, Manlius, Onondaga, (page 10, Feb 16, 1892),... John Everingham 58, Mary 44, Arthur 24, Clarence 22, Ira 17, Samuel 15, Seymour 12, Harry 7, Bert 3.

1897 Weekly Recorder News, (abt. May 1897).. "MANLIUS - A base ball team has been organized of high school pupils and others under 18 years of age. ... Seymour Everingham, shortstop."

1900 CENSUS Manlius, Onondaga, NY -- Seymour is listed as son of Mary living with her and his siblings, born in NY his date of birth was listed as December 1881.

1917 IDAHO Marriage Registration -- Seymour Charles Eviringham 32, b.Manlius, NY, widowed,... & ... Constance Boyd McIntosh 30,.... m.15 Jan 1917 at Montpelier, Bear Lake, Idaho.

1920 CENSUS, Eastland, Texas -- Seymore Everingham 34, b.NY, married, father b.NY,... Constance 33, b.ID, wife, father b.Scotland, mother b.CAN,... John B. 2y3m, son, b.ID

1930 CENSUS Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona (EnDist 12, Sheet 15A, family #417)... Seymour C. Everingham, 45,.. Constance B., 43,... John B., 12.

1934 IDAHO Death Certificate -- Seymour C. Everingham b.8 Nov 1884 Manlius, NY, married to; Constance Everingham,... son of John Everingham, died 31 July 1934 at Montpelier, Bear Lake, ID, age 49, occupation: Power Co. Superintendent, burial: Montpelier, ID 3 Aug 1934.

1937 Thrift News, Fayetteville, NY.. June 10, 1937... "Mrs. Seymour Everingham and son John, of Montpelier, Idaho will arrive the last of the week to spend a few days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Everingham."

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