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Research of Kevin Everingham of MI, 2013/2014
1900 CENSUS Lakewood twp, Ocean, New Jersey (Page 14B, fam #334) .. Mary C. Everingham 46, b.July 1854 NJ, widowed, mother of 2 children, 1 living,... George P. Everingham 21, b.Jan 1879 NJ, son, single. it is possible that Mary claims to be the mother of 2 children (who lived to an adult age) but this does show that she claims by 1900 George is the only child living. So, is William C. Everingham her child?.. OR since some records show that George may have been born before she married Benjamin, was George the son of another woman? (possibly previous marriage of Benjamin)
1905 STATE CENSUS Ocean, New Jersey (Page 18, family #438).. William Everingham 23,.. Jessie L. Everingham 26,.. Hannah Everingham 62. This Hannah could be William's mother, she was born about 1843... although William is buried with Benjamin's family, this census shows a Hannah Everingham living with him that may link him to another family or cousins of this family.
1910 Bradley Beach, Monmouth, NJ (Sheet 5A, house #104).. "William Everingham 27, b.NJ,.. Jessie Everingham 30, b.NJ, wife."
1920 Neptune, Monmouth, NJ (Sheet 15A, house #348)... "William C. Everingham 38, b.NJ,.. Jessie L. Everingham 40, b.NJ, wife,.. Emma B. Everingham 10, b.NJ, daughter."
1930 Neptune, Monmouth, NJ (Sheet 9A, house #212).. "William C. Everingham 48, b.NJ,.. Jessie L. Everingham 50, b.NJ, wife,.. Malcom B. Nesbit 5, b.NJ, grandson."
1940 Neptune, Monmouth, NJ (Sheet 13B, family #291).. "William C. Everingham 58, b.NJ,.. Jessie L. Everingham 60, b.NJ, wife,.. Malcolmn B. Nesbitt 15, b.NJ, Nephew" Malcom is listed as grandson in 1930, then as nephew in 1940.
Cassville Cemetery, Jackson, Ocean County, New Jersey ... (all in the same plot)... Benj. F. Everingham (1855-1901), Mary C. Everingham (1854-1944), George Everingham (1879 -1962), William C. Everingham (1881-1962), Otto Everingham (1886-1890).... Jessie L. Brown Everingham (1879-1964) I have no proof that William & Otto are sons of Benjamin, but they are the right age, and are buried in the same plot. William C. Everingham is buried with Jessie L. Brown Everingham 1879-1964 (same stone), his wife.