Everingham Family History Public Record Reprint

Albert Everingham
excerpt from; Onondaga's Centennial.
1896, Vol II, pg.297

Albert Everingham, "of South Onondaga, is the owner of 196 acres of fine land, devoted to dairying and grain farming. He was born in the town of Fabius, July 24, 1840, and settled on this place in 1850.

He is a son of Jeremiah Everingham, a native of Cazenovia, who moved into the town of Pompey with his father, Jonathan, at the age of two years. Jonathan was a native of Connecticut, and one of the first settlers of the county.

Jeremiah married Sophia French, and their children were William, Mary J., Charles, Marcy, Lucy, Nancy and Albert. The latter married Helen, daughter of Martin and Amy Bailey, and they have three children, William, Kittie and Arthur. Kittie married Guy West, and has two children, Clarence and Bertha. Arthur married Clara Ackels, and they have two children."

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