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1Much of the Information on this page from Barbara A. Curtindale 1999
2Info from Roger Harris 2000 from 1842 family bible.
email from Roger Harris July 2000:
It has been reported that (William M.M. Everingham) was a bit of a scoundrel. He was arrested for embezzlement and theft. He did a term in the lock-up, was a womenizer and a total embarrassment to Peggy. They obviously split, and divorced as she remarried before he died.
She (Peggy) married the 2nd time to Henry Green Buchner, b.1 Dec 1816 d.31 Oct 1888. This was his second marriage also, he first being married to Julia Ann Yokum, who died in child birth. Peggy and Henry had 3 children, Thomas Street Green, Henrietta L. Green and Mary S. Green. Henry and Peggy were 2nd cousins.
Research of Kevin Everingham;
May-25-1845, William McCracken Everingham is listed as part of a list of convictions at Kingston Penitentiary. - Inventory #13-2, File #371, Vol.90 Ref#RG13-D-1, Mikan #1309028
Kingston Penitentiary is a maximum security prison located in Kingston, Ontario between King Street West and Lake Ontario.
Originally constructed in 1833–1834, and officially opened on June 1, 1835 as the "Provincial Penitentiary of the Province of Upper Canada," it is one of the oldest prisons in continuous use in the world.