b.abt 1876, Morrisania, New York
d.4 Nov 1914 NY
Never Married
siblings: EVERINGHIM
  1. Benjamin C. Jr.
  2. Margaret
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Research of Kevin Everingham of MI, 2013:

1880 CENSUS Peekskill, Westchester, NY (Page 91D, #4142)... Benjamin C. Everingham 29, b.NY, manager of Christian Weekly, parents b.NY,.. Lucinda Everingham 27, b.NY, wife,.. Benjamin C. Everingham 3, b.NY, son,.. Violet Everingham 2, b.NY, dau,.. Maggie M. Clune 14, b.NY, other.

1897 The Highland Democrat, supplement, September 11, 1897... "Great Day at Mohegan.. Labor Day at the St. Nicholas Hotel...A large crowd of visitors from the neighboring country and big delegation from Peekskill swelled the large crowd of guests of the hotel to several hundred.... the 25 yard run for ladies which was won by Miss Frances Smillie, Miss Violet Everingham second. The potato race for ladies was won by Miss Eva Hogamayer, Miss Violet Everingham second.... Among the visitors from Peekskill were ... Mr. B. Everingham and family..... same page under Tompkins Corners it mentions probable relatives; Stanton Currey, and improvements to the farm of Benjamin Currey. "

1900 CENSUS Peekskill, Westchester, NY (Page 19A family #466).. Benjamin Everinghim 50, b.June 1849 NY, occ: Advertising Agent,.. Lucinda Everinghim 45, b.Sept 1854 NY, mother of 3, 3 living,.. Violet H. Everinghim 22, b.Feb 1878 NY,.. Daisey C. Everingham 16, b.Dec 1883 NY.

1915 The Highland Democrat, 1915... "Violet H.C. Everinghim Miss Violet H.C. Everinghim, eldest daughter of Mrs. Lou and the late Benjamin C. Everinghim, died at the Laurence Hospital, Bronxville, N.Y. on Thursday, Nov 4, from nephritis, from which she had been a sufferer off and on for some time. She had been seriously ill for six weeks previous to her death. Miss Everinghim was born in Morrisania, NY but the greater part of her life was spent in Peekskill, where she attended the public schools and St. Gabriel's. She has been away from Peekskill for a number of years. She is survived by her mother, Mrs. Everinghim of 739 South Street; a sister, Margaret, of Bronxville, and a brother Benjamin C. Jr. of Baltimore, Md. "

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