| fact sources and writings about this individual:
1Information supplied by Ann J. Everingham or Al Everingham, or Judy Lombard.
Al Everingham told me verbally in 1999 that Earl was the son of William, grandson of Albert, and that Earl was his great uncle. - Kevin
2Kimball Everingham's records also show that Earl's father was "William".
Research of Kevin Everingham, 2009;
1892 NY State CENSUS image Onondaga, NY
1900 Town of Onondaga, Onondaga Co. NY CENSUS SDist 12, EDist 74, Sheet 6A
#131/135 - Mary Chapman, head, born Aug 1827, age 72, no children, born NY, widowed,... Wm. Everingham, nephew, b. sept 1864, age 35, born NY, married 4 years, salesman. - very strange that William was married but living with his Aunt.
1900 Town of Onondaga, Onondaga Co. NY CENSUS SDist 12, EDist 74, Sheet 7B
#177/181 - Frances Mosley, head, f, b. Feb 1859, age 42, b.NY, married 25 yrs,.. Emma Everingham, dau. b.May 1877, age 23, married 4 yrs, 1 child, born NY, Earl A. Everingham, grandson, b.Jan 1898, age 3, James McManus, father born Oct 1826,a ge 73, widowed, born NY, Farm Laborer. notice both William and Emma are still married, and have been for the past 4 years.... He's living with his Aunt and Emma is living with her mother, in the same town.
1905 Everingham Marriage Separation, Court summary (Newspaper PDF file) February 22, 1905... Syracuse NY Daily Journal. --- Follow-up Story - inheritance of Emma.
1910 NY Onondaga census: Albert Everingham 80, Hellen 72, William 42, Bert West 20 ... William is living with his parents and so is "Bert West" Kitty's son.
1920 CENSUS Onondaga, NY -- Earl A. Everingham 22, b.NY, single,... Emma 43, b.NY, mother, widowed,... Frances Palmeter 61, grandmother, b.NY parents b.NY, widowed.
1930 CENSUS Syracuse, Onondaga, NY (EnmDist 197, Sheet 1A, family #2)... Henry HS Handy 73,.. Caroline T Handy 63,.. Bryan H. Handy 39,.. Emma Everingham 52, married, b.NY, servant, parents b.NY,.. Earl Everingham 32, single, b.NY,.. Frances Palmeter 72, widowed, b.NY, servant, parents b.NY,.. Ethel Payne 34, single, b.NY, servant. Emma (still married) was working as a servant for the Handy family where her mother Frances was also working, and son Earl was living here.
1941 Syracuse Herald Journal... "Town of Geddes. June 16, 1941, Mrs. Emma Everingham survived by her son, Earl Everingham; her mother Mrs. Frances Palmeter of Cazenovia; one brother, George Mosley of Cazenovia. Private funeral services at the home of her son. 211 Bronson Road, Wednesday 2 P.M."