Timothy Everington, farmer, section 16, Dayton Township, son of Joseph and Ann (Pacy) Everington, was born in England June 12, 1833. He remained in his native country until 21 years of age, when he came to America, first settling in Canada, where he lived about 8 years, then came to Newaygo County. He was employed about three years in chopping and lumbering, then purchased 80 acres of wild land on section 16, Dayton Township and had 40 acres under good cultivation.
Mr. Everington was a charter member of the local grange of Patrons of Husbandry, and in politics was a Republican.
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