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Notes for WILLIAM EVERINGHAM:
On the 1870 Census for Warsaw Wyoming Co NY, he was listed as a farm laborer.
1880 Census listed him as William Jr. - a Butcher and married with 1 child.
1900 Census for Warsaw, lists him as a widower, and on the 4th of June he was enumerated with his daughter Jennie and her son Ward Stevens living with him. Here he was also shown as a Plumber.
On the 7th of June he was enumerated at another house in the Town of Warsaw, with his Mother Susan and a son Harry aged 26.
On the first enumeration his birthday was given as May 1853. On the second it was given as Jan 1851 age 49 years.
His death in 1920 at Lockport NY, was recorded in the LeRoy Gazette Oct 26/21. It mentioned that he was a brother to J.F. Everingham.
research below from Kevin Everingham of MI, 2014
1888 Wyoming County Times, May 30, 1888..."On Tuesday, William Everingham resigned his position as night watchman to take effect at once. No one has yet been appointed in his place."
1920 The Western New Yorker, Warsaw, N.Y., Oct 28, 1920... "William Everingham of this village, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Henry J. Devlin, 283 Bird Ave., Buffalo, at 9:30 o'clock Monday morning, October 25th, aged 67 years, 5 months and one day. He was a son of the late William and Susan Gaffin Everingham and was born in this village on May 4th, 1853. He is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Henry J. Devlin of Buffalo, three grandchildren and five brothers, Charles H. of Castile, John W. of Erie Pa., Thomas K. of Batavia, J.Frank of LeRoy, and Joseph W. of Silver Springs."