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Research of Kevin Everingham of MI, 2014;
1877 Huron OH Marriage Record (Page 533, #3202).. W.P. Everingim to Lida E. Collins... April 10, 1877...."Legally solomnized marriage on this 11th day of April, A.D. 1877 at Monroeville" Mr. W.P. Everingin and Miss Lida E. Collins, recorded July 5, 1877.
1880 CENSUS Monroeville, Huron, OH (Page 213A #2176).. Alfred Everingim 50, b.OH,.. Jane K. Everingim 46, b.OH, wife,.. Wm. P. Everingim 25, b.OH, son,.. Lida E. Everingim 23, daughter-in-law, b.OH,.. Eliza Ferguson 32, b.OH, other.
1902 From the website: Rare national currency...(rarenationalcurrency.com)
It is unknown if this is the same W.P. Everingim... but it is very likely; the First National Bank of Weatland, Wyoming opened in 1902. The first president of the bank was WP Everingim. He and his partner were both from Kearney, Nebraska (see 1910 Census). Weatland is under 400 miles from Kearney. By 1908 the bank closed.
1906 Trail of the Loup by Harold W. Foght, Nebraska, 1906 (296pgs).. "Some years ago W.P. Everingim opened a small seed house, contracting popcorn with eastern firms. After some twelve years he sold his holdings to Ira A. Manchester." see 1902 entry above, I believe that after he sold his seed business some time before 1902, he then started a bank in Wyoming which closed in 1908. He was living in Nebraska in 1910 but returned to Ohio prior to 1920. (speculation of Kevin Everingham)
1910 CENSUS Kearney, Buffalo, Nebraska (Sheet 8A, house #168)... William P. Everingim 50, b.OH,.. Lida E. Everingim, age 50, married 25 years, mother of one, 0 living.,.. Fred S. Larkin 27, b.NE, partner
1913 The Clay-worker, Vol59-60, (c)1913... "Editorial notes and clippings, (pg.558).. Wm. Everingim of Norwalk, Ohio has purchased the drain tile plant of the Smith-Hess Company at Bellevue, Ohio, and will make a number of improvements in the plant."
1920 CENSUS Norwalk, Huron, OH (Sheet 13B, house #378)... "W.P. Everingyer 64, b.OH,.. Lida E. Everingyer 62, b.OH."
1922 Ohio Death Record (#64967)... William P. Everingim 67, married, spouse; Lida E. Everingim, occ: retired mfg., b.8 April 1855 Lyme twp, Ohio,... died 2 Dec 1922 at Norwalk, Huron, Ohio, burial Riverside Cemetery, s/o Alfred Everingim & Jane Best.
1945 The Sandusky Register, February 7, 1945... "MRS. LIDA EVERINGIM MILAN. Feb. 7—Mrs. Lida Everingim, 87, widow of William P. Everingim, died in Gordon Cottage early Wednesday morning after a several weeks illness. She was born at Kirkland, August 14, 1857. There are no survivors. Services will be held at 2 p. m., Friday at the Rawle Funeral Home, with the Rev. C. H. Gross, Monroeville, officiating. Burial will be in Riverside Cemetery, Monroeville."
1945 Riverside Cemetery, Monroeville, Huron, OH...(this is where Lida was noted to have been buried. I have not seen a stone or burial records.)