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Norris, Graves, Everingham of Turner, MI
Posted by: K. Everingham Date: August 07, 2001 at 12:10:15
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looking for relatives of Ira and Louise (Norris) Everingham of Turner, MI.

Their son Robert J. Everingham is buried at Cedar Valley Cemetery, Arenac Co, MI

Their son George married Maggie Rickard in 1901, just outside of Arenac county, in Prescott, MI, although both families were from Turner where the license was obtained.

George, Kenneth Lyle, and Lula Everingham were all born in Turner, MI.

Annabell Everingham married William D. Stoner at Maple Ridge in 1905.

Arthur Keller of Gladwin married Alice Everingham of Turner, MI in June of 1907.

Clara Graves married Charles Everingham at Maple Ridge December of 1905. Their first born "Viola" was born in Turner.

The Norris family may have also lived in Turner, MI at about the same time - between 1885 and the early 1900s.
The Norris family is twice related to the Everingham's of Turner, MI

All related records would be from the time the family moved from Canada 1885, to the time they moved north to Onaway, Presque Isle, about 1907.







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