Cabinet maker
b.26 Sept. 1855 Warsaw, Wyoming Co.NY
d.23 Sept 1939 Batavia, NY
Mary C. WEST,... b.~1858 Perry, Wyoming Co. NY
married 8 Feb 1882
William Everingham (b.1824)
Susan GAFFIN (b.1823)
children: EVERINGHAM
    currently unknown
  1. Charles H. (b.1848)
  2. John W. (b.~1850)
  3. William Jr. (b.1853)
  4. James "Frank" (b.1858)
  5. Joseph W. (b.1862)
fact sources and writings about this individual:


On the 1860 & 70 Census for Warsaw Wyoming Co NY, Thomas was at home and shown as age 6 & age 14 respectively.

On the 1880 Census for Castile Wyoming Co NY he was shown as aged 26, a boarder, and a carpenter.

The Federal Census for 1890 was lost in a fire (although some State Census' exist for NY in the 1890s)... No record appears at Castile or Warsaw for 1900 or 1910 for this family.

research of Kevin Everingham, 2009
1893 The Daily News, Batavia, N.Y., Thur., March 9, 1893.. "The Republican candidates for village offices placed in nomination last evening are as follows; aldermen, first ward; Thomas K. Everingham... When nominations for alderman were called for Lonta Hahn presented the name of Thomas K. Everngham, who was named without opposition." He was nominated for this over several years as noted in Newspapers of that time. He held this position into at least the early 1900's. Other papers show he was involved in many civic duties.

1910 CENSUS Batavia, Genesee NY,... Thomas Everingham, 55, b.NY, married, father born in England, mother born in NY.... Mary C., wife, 51, b.NY, parents b.NY.

1920 CENSUS Batavia, Genesee, NY,... Thomas Everingham, 64, b.NY, married, parents b.NY,... Mary Everingham, 60, wife, b.NY, parents b.NY.

1924 Wyoming County Times, Warsaw, N.Y., Thur, Nov.6, 1924..."Thomas K. Everingham of Batavia, well known in Warsaw, was badly bruised last Friday evening by being struck by an automobile driven by Fred P. Giles. It is not thought that he was seriously injured."

1939 Lockport Union-Sun and Journal, N.Y., Mon., Sept.25 1939... "Thomas K. Everingham, 84, a member of Batavia Lodge, 197 I.O.O.F., died Saturday evening in the Odd Fellows' Home, Lake avenue, after a brief illness with heart trouble. Born in Warsaw, Sept 26, 1855, he was a cabinetmaker by trade. He was a resident of Batavia when he came to the home on Oct.14, 1937. His wife, Mary Everingham, a resident of the home, is the only near relative. Burial in Elmwood cemetery, Batavia."

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