middle name/initial "M", "Orville", "George"?
occ: Teamster
b.abt 1847 NY
d.10 Mar 1916 Manlius, NY
see Manlius Death Index
Louisa Ann TRUMBULL AKA Lovisa
(b.1850-1852 d.12 Jul 1931)
m.abt 1864 according to 1900 Census
George EVERINGHAM (b.1822)
& Mary Ann
children: EVERINGHAM

  1. George Edward (b.1866)
  2. Winnie (b.1872)
  3. Orville (b.~1880)
  4. Ella Louisa (b.~1882)
  5. Millard Taylor (b.1887)
  6. Leslie Raymond (b.~1891)
  1. Hyland (b.~1849)
  2. Alice
  3. Anna L.
  4. William (b.~1854)
fact sources and writings about this individual:

1Base information supplied by Ann J. Everingham.
2Further research of Kevin Everingham, 1999-2003.
3see: 1880 New York Census of Fayetteville, Onondaga, NY
see the research on this family by Kevin Everingham, 2003-2011
that page contains census data 1860, 1870, 1880, 1892, 1900, 1910 & 1920

also see: The 1898 Enumeration of the inhabitants of Manlius NY.

1916 Fayetteville Bulletin, NY Newspaper, 1916... Teamster for Thrity Years... Theodore Everingahm 68 who had been in failing health for some time died at his home friday evening. Funeral services conducted buy Rev. A.E. Taylor, were held at the house Monday afternoon adn burial was made in the village cemetery. Mr. Everingahm was born in the town of Manlius and his entire life had been spent in Manlius adn Fayetteville, having lived in the house where his death occurred for about thirty years. During most of this time he was a teamster in the employ of S. Cheney & Son being retired on a weekly pension by the firm when he became undable for active employment. Besides his widow he is survived by four sons. Orville and George of Manlius and Millard and Ray Everingham of Eagle Village; and two daughters. Mrs. Elmer Mills of Eagle Village and Miss Ella Everingham of Manlius.

1917 County Directory of Onondaga lists; Mrs. T. Everingham, housekeeper, living at Pleasant Street, Manlius, NY. Theodore had died in 1916.

1931 Obituary, Fayetteville, NY Bulletin -July 16, 1931
Mrs. Everingham was a resident of Manlius for many years and for forty years resided in the same house, where her death occurred. She was a faithful member of Christ Episcopal Church a kind neighbor and loving and devoted mother. Surviving are four son's, George, Orville, Millard and Ray Everingham; one daughter, Mrs. William Fisher; five granchildren, and five great grandchildren.
Funeral services were held from the home of her son Millard Everingham in North Street, Tuesday, July 14. The bearers were Mr. C.W. Brown, Mr. Thomas Cleveland, Mr. F.J. Wainwright, Mr. Burt Everingham and Mr. Harry Everingham and Mrs. Harold Goodfellow.

1931 Fayetteville Bulletin, October 1931... "George Everingham dies after Illness of Several Weeks ... MANLIUS, Mr. George Everingham, aged 62, a life-long resident of Manlius, died Tuesday morning, October 6th at Rome hospital where he had been a patient for several weeks. Surviving are one sister, Mrs. William Fisher, three brothers, Orville Everingham of Syracuse, Millard and Ray Everingham of Manlius."

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