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Compiled by Sue N. Haschemeyer
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Source: Biographical and Historical Account of Kosciusko County, Indiana, Lewis Publishing Company, 1887, page 502-503, Census information, John W. Dunnuck family Bible, tombstones, etc.
  "Joseph EVERLY, deceased, one of the old and honored pioneers of Kosciusko County, Indiana, was a native of Pennsylvania, born March 24, 1813. When quite young he was taken by his parents, Peter and Parmelia (SMITH) EVERLY to Holmes County, Ohio, and was there reared to manhood. In his youth he learned the carpenter's trade, which he followed in connection with farming. He was married in Holmes County, Ohio, August 15, 1834, to Miss Sarah Mackey, who was born in Pennsylvania May 18, 1816, she having been brought to Holmes County by her parents, James and Elizabeth Mackey, when three years old. Seven children were born to this union Permelia, Washington, James, Elizabeth (deceased), Peter, Margaret M. and William. In 1846 Mr. Everly came with his family to Kosciusko County, Indiana, and shortly after his arrival here settled on the farm which is yet occupied by his widow. The farm contains eighty acres of choice land, and is pleasantly located in Harrison Township. The land, when our subject first came her, was covered with a heavy growth of timber, he having to clear a part before erecting his primitive hewed-log house. The brought his land from a wild state under good cultivation, making all the improvements on the place and as more properous times came, his long cabin was replaced by a more modern frame residence. He was an earnest member of the Christian church, in which he served as a deacon. He was highly esteemed throughout the county, having during his long residence here gained the confidence of all who knew him, and in his death Kosciusko lost one of her best citizens. His son, James Everly, was born in Holmes County, Ohio, October 4, 1839, but reared to manhood in Kosciusko County. He was united in marriage September 11, 1870, to Miss Mary Sarber, a daughter of John and Caroline Sarber, who were early settlers of Kosciusko County, both now deceased. They are the parents of four children -- Joseph, John, Lilian and Edwin. James Everly and his family reside on the homestead in Harrison Township. He is engaged in agricultural pursuits, and is the owner of land. In politics he is a Democrat. Washington Everly, another son of our subject, served as a soldier about two and a half years in the war of the Rebellion, and died of exposure while in the service. Another son, William Everly, was formerly a teacher in Kosciusko County, and for a time served as trustee of Harrison Township. He is now residing in Marshall County, Indiana. He married Amanda Dunnick, of Kosciusko County, and the are the parents of two living children Mertie Bell and Lola Dell. Peter, a farmer in Harrison Township, married Pheobe (nee Dunnuck - a widow - sh) Borton, and has child John Earlston. Permelia married a farmer of this county, and has three children -- Mary, Permelia A. and Clayton. Elizabeth married William Andereck, and was the mother of three children -- Ida Alice, deceased, Emma Isabella and William Sherman. (page 503) Maggie M. taught school several years in Kosciusko County, and married M. L. Van Dorn, also a teacher, and has two children Oliver and Effie Bell. In political views the Everly family affiliates with the Democratic party."
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1 Leonard EVERLY b. Feb. 20, 1760 Frederick Co. MD, d. July 7, 1830 in Fallowfield twp. Washington Co. PA. (Jr.) He was the son of Johann Leonard Eberle (Sr) who was born about 1720 in Eiterbach, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. He emigrated October 17, 1749 - to Philadelphia - and wife Eva Marie BECKENBACH who was born about 1718 in Eiterbach. They married in Eiterbach February 8, 1739.
+Elizabeth PLATTER - b. June 22, 1765 in Frederick County, MD.
They wed about 1782 in Washington County, PA
Source of Parents & grandparents of Peter: Rootsweb 6/12/04 by Richard W. Parsons.
  2 Peter EVERLY b. 24 Oct. 1785 Washington Co., PA d. Shreve, Wayne Co., OH
+Permelia SMITH b. 1791, d. 16 Nov. 1865 in Shreve, Wayne Co. OH
To Holmes Co. OH after 1813 while Joseph was quite young.
    3 Henry EVERLY
+ Joanna Evans Jan 31, 1839 in Holmes Co. Ohio -

3 Joseph EVERLY b. March 24, 1813 in PA - d. August 12, 1872 at the age off 59 years, 4 months and 18 days - buried Kosciusko Co. IN

+ Sarah Mackey b. May 18, 1816 in PA. to Holmes Co. Ohio in 1819 where she married Joseph on August 15, 1834. Sarah died in Kosciusko Co. IN Sept. 19, 1895. Sarah was the daughter of James and Elizabeth Mackey
Sarah and Joseph had seven children

      4. Permelia A. b. 1834
+ Wm Andereck
      4. Washington b. 1837 - civil war - died
      4. James b. Oct. 4, 1839
+Mary Sarber, dau. of John and Caroline Sarber
same person
4. Elizabeth d. before 1887
Sarah E. b. 1842 (may be Sarah "Elizabeth") living in 1860
      4. Peter EVERLY b. ca 2 Jan 1845 - Aug 12, 1899
+ unknown - d before 1870
+ Laura CLIMER by 1880

Phebe (DUNNUCK) widow Borton
March 5, 1882 in Kosciusko County, IN. (sister to Amanda DUNNUCK) daughter of John W. and Henrietta DUNNUCK b. Aug 18, 1839 Kosciusko d. Mar 2, 1915, Burket, IN (no issue by Pheobe) After Peter's death Phebe married in 1904 to Aaron Mayer.
Peter & Phebe buried together in the Palestine Cemetery, Kosciusko Co., IN
        5. John E. EVERLY (1st wife - who?) b. ca 1868 d. 1952, buried Palestine Cemetery, Kosciusko Co., IN with Peter and Phebe.
      4. Margaret M. b. ca 1849
+ M. L. Van Dorn


4. William EVERLY b. ca 1854
Amanda DUNNUCK (sister to widow Phebe Borton) Daughter of
John W. and Henrietta DUNNUCK b. 19 August 1855, d. Oct. 25, 1902
+ Harriet B.S. KELLY
        5. Mertie Bell EVERLY(Dec. 3, 1880-July 30, 1888)
        5. Lola Dell EVERLY(Nov. 11,1885-Apr 9, 1951).
+Harry B. LAMSON
        5. Wilber Hershel EVERLY (1878-1879).

    3. Adam EVERLY
    3. Margaret EVERLY
    3. Eliza EVERLY
    3. Sarah EVERLY
    3. Andrew EVERLY
    3. Anna EVERLY b. 29 May 1826, Wayne County, Ohio
d. 30 Aug 1902 in Warsaw Co. IN, buried Oakwood Cemetery, Kosc. Co. IN. living together with daughter Sarah J. Lansbury at time of death.
+ Samuel H. MANLEY, 22 March 1849 in Holmes Co., OHIO - They settled in IN in 1851
      4. Morgan E. MANLEY b. 1850 Wayne Co., OH
of Galena, IL in 1902
      4. Sarah Jane MANLEY b. ca 1852 in Wayne Co. OH. Living in 1902
+ Thomas LOYD - 8 Aug 1871 in Kosciusko Co. IN, son of Dianah (DUNNUCK) widow Loyd, stepson of Jeremiah Vandermark. Thomas was living in 1880
+ William A. Lansberry m. Jennie S /?? Jan 30, 1896,
+ William A. Lansbery m. Sarah J. Lansbery 7 May 1907
They filed for divorce in 1917 & 1921 - dismissed
d. June 18, 1921 Kosciusko Co. IN Farm/Infirmary
        5. Bertha A. LOYD b. ca 1876
+ Frank KELLY ?
Living in Orlando, FL in 1928
        5. Ray LOYD b. 1879 in IN
+ Harriet B. REED in 20 Oct. 1909 in Kosc Co.
Living in Warsaw in 1922
          6. Dorothy Lloyd b. ca 1914
          6. David P. Loyd/Lloyd b. 1 Sept 1916
      4. Alice Elizabeth (Eliza) MANLEY b. ca 1855 in Kosciusko Co., IN
      4. Francis B. "Burt" MANLEY b. ca 1859 in Kosciusko Co., IN
      4. Samuel F. MANELY b. ca 1862 in Kosciusko Co., IN d. age 24 obit publ Indianian Republican Oct. 10, 1889. Buried Oakwood Cemetery.