Everngam Line
AKA William Everngam
b.~17651 or b.~17616
d. ~18123 or d.~18136
Elizabeth WILLIS m.12 Mar 1786
Caroline Maryland 2,3,4
currently unknown
children: born "EVERINGHAM"
  1. Nancy (b.1788)2
  2. William Willis (b.17952/966)
  3. Mary (b.1798)2 or b.17976
  4. Joseph (b.1798)2
  5. Elizabeth (b.17902 or ~18006)
  6. Thomas Jefferson (b.1801)3,5
  7. Peter W. (b.1804)

NOTE: at some point after William and Elizabeth's time, records show up with this family noted as EVERNGAM. Elizabeth Willis-Everingham's own WILL on file in Denton, MD was signed Elizabeth Everngam. Perhaps this was the way they all pronounced it?
Info from Rene Marr (Apr 2000)
William Everingham (d. about 1812)
settled on the Eastern Shore of
Maryland (Dorchester County
at that time) and Married March 1786
to Elizabeth Willis d.1820.
fact sources and writings about this individual:

11810 Caroll MD Census index
2Everngam Book by William H. Everngam, dated 1942
3Info from Renee Marr of Denton, Maryland
4LDS IGI File #0013780
5NAME NOTE: Along with being a major political figure, Thomas Jefferson had just been elected 3rd President of the United States. He served as President from 1801 to 1809. It is not noted anywhere, but Thomas J. Everingham was probably named after him. This was a common practice in this era.
6Page Info Submitted by: Michael H. Everngam 2004 (email)
Ref: Article, "The Family of William and Elizabeth Everingham (1786-1820)" posted here.

Research of Kevin Everingham of MI, 2005-2010 (Census index only, no details yet)
1790 US CENSUS Dorchester, Maryland (Page 443, line #13337) ... William Everingim
1810 CENSUS Caroline, Maryland (Page 165, line #1830) ... Wm. Everingham
1820 CENSUS Election District 3, Caroline, Maryland (Page 109) ... Elizabeth Everngam
1830 CENSUS Baltimore ward 10, Baltimore, Maryland (page 386) ... widow Everingham
1840 CENSUS New Market, Dorchester, Maryland (Page 2) ... William Everngam (son of above?)

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