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The 

Averell - Averill - Avery 
Family 



A Record of the Descendants of 

William and Abigail Averell 

of Ipswich, Mass. 



In Two Volumes 
Vol. II. 



Compiled by 

Clara A. Avery 



"We who are here are men and women of the frontier, almost of the wilderness. 
We are almost every man of us within four generations of a log cabin." 
From an address by Edward Everett Hale, D. D., Chaplain of the Congress of the United States, 
at Plymouth, Mass., August 1, 1906. 



The Seventh Generation 593 

835. Phebe 7 Averill (Obed'\ Asa\ John*, John 3 , William', 

William'), b. 1790; was m. Dec. 3, 1809, at Westminster, Vt., by 

Rev. Sylvester Sage, to Nathan Marvin. She d. Dec. 1, 1828, 

aged 38 (Ccm. Ins.) at Westminster, and was buried beside her 

father. 

Child: * 4 *M9dQ 

i. Anna 8 Marvin. Aju^A.***^ 

836. Persis 7 Averill (Obed 6 , Asa 5 , John 4 , John", William', 
William'), b. 179- ; m. Mar. 17, 1823, James Tower. She was 
living May 11, 1832, and they had the following named children 
at that date : 

i. Angeline" Tower. 

ii. Betsey Ann" Tower. 

iii. Cynthia' Tower; m. George Wiley. 

iv. Francis" Tower. 

v. Lynde" Tower. 

839. Preston 7 Averill (Amos 6 , Thomas', John*, John 3 , Will- 
iam', William'), b. Sept. 11, 1811, at Bridgewater, Vt. ; m. Nov. 
1, 1839, Ann G. Barrett (dan. of Joel Barrett and Eunice, his 
wife), b. May 15, 1804, at Sharon, Vt. ; d. Feb. 2, 1872, at 
Lawrence, Mass. He d. July 8, 1891, at Lawrence. He m. (2) 
(name not given). They lived at Springfield, Vt. 

Children (all b. at Springfield) (by first wife) : 

1844. i. Augusta Relifa\ b. July 5, 1840; m. Oct.. 1862, at Keene, 

N. H., Geo. Clark. They live at Lawrence. 

1845. ii. Mary Elizabeth\ b. Dec. 15, 1842; m. Dec. 31, 1866, at 

Barton, Vt., Volney Cloug-h; lives at Derby, N. H. 

1846. iii. Lucy A.\ b. Sept. 15, 1844; is unra.; lives at Lawrence. 

1847. iv. Agnes Narzene\ b. July 15. 1846; m. May 14, 1871, at 

Lowell, Mass., Martin Wm. Mealy; lives at Phoenix, 
Ariz. 

840. Oramel 7 Averill (Amos 6 , Thomas 5 , Joint', John 3 , Will- 
iam', William'), b. Nov. 17, 1814, at Bridgewater, Vt., was a 
farmer. His boyhood and early manhood were passed at Bridge- 
water. He afterwards moved to Woodstock, Vt., where he occu- 
pied a farm in the Cox district until it was burned in 1871, when 
he removed to the Durham farm, where he lived five years. He 
then removed to a house in the town on High Street, where he 
died. He was industrious and thrifty ; a much respected citizen 



594 Aver ell, Ave rill, Avery Family 

of the town, a trusty friend and a member of the Christian 
Church. He m. May 15, 1853, at Woodstock, Phebe Maxham 
(dau. of Caleb Maxham, Jr., and Sylvia Knowlton, his wife), b. 
Jan. 15, 1828, at Bridgewater. Her father came from Middle- 
boro, Mass., where he was born, with his brother Isaac, and 
settled at Bridgewater. Sarah Knowlton was b. at Bridgewater, 
on the farm of her father, while he was b. at Athol, Conn, (see 
Knowlton Gen., 1898). 

Mr. Averill d. ; and Mrs. Averill is living with her daughter 
at Maiden, Mass. 

Children : 

1848. i. Angelia Alice", b. Mai'. 31, 1854; m. Edgar Henry Thomas. 

1849. ii. Fred Amos", b. Oct. 13, 1860; was a carpenter and lived at 

Woodstock; d. — , . 

843. Volney Hopkins 7 Averill (Oliver*, Thomas 7 ', John*, 
John-, William', William 1 ) , b. Oct., 1804, at Westminster, Vt. ; 
settled with his grandfather and father at Northfield, Vt. He 
was Town Clerk of Northfield for abt. thirty years ; was in the 
militia (see town list for 1830), and was a man of position and 
influence in his town. He m. Harriet Gearey or Gerry, who was 
b. 1806; d. Feb., 1872, at Northfield. He d. Apr. 21, 1871, at 
Northfield. 

Children (all b. at Northfield. T. R.) : 

1850. i. Emily Philura', b. Nov. 19, 1829; m. Benj. S. Perry, has 

one child and lives at Minneapolis, Minn. 

1851. ii. Olivers, b. Dec. 4, 1831; unm. ; lived at Oquawka, 111.; d. 

abt. 1879. 

1852. iii. George Stearns', b. Jan. 1, 1834; m. Apr. 28, 1875, Nancy 

Jane Leland; they have two children, and live at North- 
field. 
John S.\ b. June 17, 1838; m. R. Calista Graves. 
Franklin E.', b. Jan. 17, 1841; d. at Andersonville Prison 

(see Roll of Honor, Civil War*). 
Charles', b. July 14, 1843; m. Hattie Bowtell. 
Edward', b. Sept. 30, 1845. 
viii. Mary Hopkins', b. June 1, 1848; m. 1875, at Minneapolis, 
Minn., John H. Mitchell, and lives at Minneapolis, Minn. 
memorandum. 
* In published Rolls of Honor; Civil War, in the List of Intcrrments. 
Andersville, Ga., July and Aug., 1865; "The Martyrs who for our country 
gave up their lives in the Prison pens in Andersville, Ga.," "Grave No. 
3975, F. E. Averill, Private, 9th. Vt. Co. i. July 25, 1864." 



1853. 


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V. 


1855. 


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1856. 


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1857. 


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1858. 


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1860. 


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1861. 


iv. 


1862. 


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The Seventh Generation 595 

846. Roland, "Rolan" or "Rolon" Averill (Oliver 6 , Thomas'. 
John*, John 3 , William", William 1 ), b. 1813, at Northfield, Vt. ; m. 
Susan Brown, and lived at Northfield. 

Children (all b. at Northfield. (T. R.) : 
Mary Ellen 5 , b. May 4, 1837. 
RILEY 5 , b. June 8, 1840. 
Frederick Eugene", b. Sept. 17, 184:!. 
William Homer", b. Apr. 9, 1846. 
Elizabeth Amanda", b. Jan. 31, 1849. 

847. Mary 7 Averill (Oliver 6 , Thomas", John*, John 3 , Will- 
iam-, William'), b. May 18, 1824, at Northfield, Vt., and lived 
there; lives now at Los Angeles, Cal. She m. (1) Chauncey 
Alexander; she m. (2) Nov. 9, 1847, at Montpelier, Vt., Charles 
Dudley. 

Child : 

i. Mary U. s Dudley, b. Aug-. 24, 1848, at Northfield; m. Sept. 
2, 1867, at Northfield, Van Ness Spalding. They have 
two children, and live at Johnsbury, Vt. 

849. Maria Polly" Averill (Jesse 6 , Thomas*, John*, John 3 , 
William", William'), b. Dec. 19, 1814, at Northfield, Vt. ; m. Mar. 
22, 1840, at Northfield, Rev. John Gregory (son of Samuel 
Gregory of Norwalk, Conn.), b. Nov. 18, 1810, at Norwalk; d. 
Sept. 26, 1881, at Northfield. She d. at Chicago, 111., Mar. 18. 
1900. Mr. Gregory was a man of marked ability and highly 
esteemed. He was the historian of Northfield. They resided at 
Quincy and Fall River, Mass., and in other towns in New Eng- 
land. 

Children : 

i. Infant Son", Gregory, b. and d. Mar. 12, 1841, at Quincy. 
ii. Susan" Gregory, b. Mar. 10, 1842, at Quincy; d. Aug. 17. 

1843, at Fall River, 
iii. Maria Louisa" Gregory, b. Feb. 23, 1844, at Fall River; 
m. Charles B. Tilden, at Northfield, and she d. there 
Mar. 21, 1866. 
iv. Lucy Edla" Gregory, b. Apr. 12, 1846, at Williston, Vt. ; d. 
there May 14, 1846. 
• v. Mina Edla" Gregory, b. Sept. 11, 1849; m. Henry Lake 
Slayton. 



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Mina Edla s Gregory (Maria' Averill, Jesse 6 , Thomas 7 ', 
John*, JoJnr, William 1 , William'), b. Sept. 11, 1849, at North- 
field, Vt. ; m. Mar. 19, 1874, at Philadelphia, Perm., Henry Lake 
Slayton. They live at Chicago, 111. 

Child : 

i. Wendell" Slayton. 

851. Thomas' Averill (Jesse", Thomas 7 ', John*, John 3 , Will- 
iam-, William 1 ), b. June 5, 1820, at Northfield, Vt., was a farmer 
and fruit raiser, and lived at Hammonton and Castleton, N. J., 
Shirley, Mass., and Paw Paw, Mich. He had only a common 
school education, but was a great reader, a quiet and reserved 
man, much esteemed by those who knew him. He was a Uni- 
versalist in faith, and a Republican in politics. He m. Feb. 16, 
1846, at Chelsea, Vt., Fanny Howes (dau. of Amos Augustus 
Howes of Chelsea, and Malinda Bennett, his wife), b. July 13, 
1827, at Chelsea; d. June 15, 1878, at Northfield. He d. Aug. 
11, 1890, at Paw Paw. 

Children (all b. at Northfield) : 

1863. i. Jefferson', b. Feb. 20, 1847; m. Jennie (Oilman) Phillips. 

1864. ii. Theodore", b. Jan. 25, 1850; d. Feb. 25, 1874, at Jackson- 

ville, Fla. 

1865. iii. William Howes", b. Nov. 17, 1853; m. Oct. 4, 1900, at S. 

Comstock, Mich., Nellie F. Hill. Lives at Paw Paw. 

1866. iv. E\elyn Maria" (Eva M.), b. Nov. 11, 1855; lives at Dor- 

chester, Mass. 

1867. v. Lucy Arabella", b. Aug. 29, 1858; m. G. E. Gilman. 

852. David Townsend 7 Averill (Jesse''', Thomas 7 ', John 4 , 
John*, William-, William 1 ), b. Nov. 3, 1823, at Northfield, Vt., is 
a farmer, and lives at Campello, Brockton, Mass. He m. Mar. 
21, 1852, at Northfield, Lucinda Howes (dau. of Amos A. Howes 
of Chelsea, Vt., and Malinda Bennett, his wife), b. May 2, 1830, 
at Chelsea. 

Children (all b. at Northfield) : 

1868. i. Jesse Howes", b. Jan. 7, 1853; m. (1) Orpha R. Davis; 

m. (2) Charlotte R. Keith. 

1869. ii. Alice Adelia", b. May 10, 1856, taught ten years in public 

schools of Vt., and eighteen years in Brockton, Mass. 

1870. iii. Flora Howes", b. Sept. 14, 1858; m. Charles Henry Huff. 



The Seventh Generation 597 

853. Albert John 7 Averill (Jo]ni( h )'\ Thomas 5 , John', John 3 , 
William-, William 1 ), b. June 9, 1819, at Northfield, Vt., was a 
farmer, and lived at Northfield and Roxbury, Vt. He m. Mar. 
4, 1841, Lydia Elvira Smith (dau. of Adin Smith and Lyda 
Waterman, his wife), b. June 24, 1817, at Roxbury; d. Dec. 28, 
1899, at Montpelier, Vt. He d. Nov. 22, 1885, at Roxbury. 

Children (all b. at Northfield) : 

1871. i. Wilson Albert", b. Apr. 5, 1844; m. Ida May Wiley. 

1872. ii. Charles Heman\ b. Nov. 10, 1846; m. Emma D. Snow. 

1873. iii. Marion Eliza\ b. Apr. 1, 1850; m. Ira H. Fiske. 

1874. iv. Amos Eugene", b. June 25, 1852; d. Mar. 31, 1859, at 

Northfield. 

854. Charles 7 Averill (John( b ) e , Thomas 5 , John*, John 3 , 

William 2 , William 1 ), b. June 8, 1823, at Northfield, Vt. ; went to 
California in 1849 and probably d. there, as he was not heard 
from after 1856. He m. Feb. 20, 1845, at - — , 111., Jane 

Jenkins. 

Child : 

1875. i. Elisha Henry", b. Feb. 11, 1846, at - — , 111. It is 

said that he called himself "Charles" Averill, and that 
he was at one time Mayor of some town in 111.; it is 
thought by one relative that Evanston was that town, 
but that statement has not yet been verified, nor has his 
present place of residence been learned. 

855. George 7 Averill (/o/m( b ) 6 , Thomas 7 -, John*, John 3 , 
William', William'), b. Jan. 2, 1827, at Northfield, Vt., was a 
farmer. He m. Nov. 10, 1850, Harriet N. Busk; she lived (1901) 
at S. Northfield. He d. Nov. 6, 1856, at Williamstown, Tex. 

Children : 

1876. i. Flora Ella", b. July 5, 1852. 

1877. ii. Mauna Busk", b. Nov. 10, 1859. 

859. Samuel Voltaire 7 Averill {Samuel', Samuel 7 , John", 
John 3 , William 1 , William'), b. Feb. 28, 1801, at Randolph, Vt., 
lived at Lodi (now Gowanda) and Dayton, N. Y. He and all 
his brothers, excepting Carlos, were staunch Republicans. He 
m. Apr. 9, 1825, at Dayton, Jemima Whitcomb, who d. Oct. 8, 
1844. He d. Aug. 24, 1844, at St. Joseph, Mich. 



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Children 






1878. i. 


Dedsaix". 




1879. ii. 


Adula s . 




1880. iii. 


Voltaire\ 




1881. iv. 


Aleria\ 




1882. v. 


Webster", b. 


— , - 




Enlisted May 27. 


1861 



-; in Co. D., 72nd. N. Y. Inf. 
Killed at Malvern Hill, Va. 

861. Sally Caroline" Averill (Samuel*, Samuel 5 , John 4 , John 3 , 
William-, William'), b. Apr. 29, 1804, at Randolph, Vt, ; m. Dec. 
1829, at Lodi (now Gowanda), N. Y., "Gustus" (Augustus) 
Balcomb. She d. in Iowa. 
Children : 

i. Henry" Balcomb. 
ii. Christabei/ Balcomb. 
iii. Mercy" Balcomb. 
iv. Alonzo s Balcomb. 

862. Molly Barnes 7 Averill (Samuel 6 , Samuel/ 1 , John*, 
Jolur, William', William'), b. June 29, 1806, at Randolph, Vt. 
(see T. R.) ; lived at Randolph and Rutland, Vt., Persia and 
Otto, N. Y., and at Newberg, Mich. She m. June, 1827, at 
Gowanda (Lodi), N. Y., Peter Harwood (son of Webb Harwood 
of Uxbridge, Mass, and Hannah Anderson, his wife), b. June 
17, 1799, at Palmyra, N. Y. ; d. Feb. 28, 1850, at Newberg, Cass 
Co., Mich. She d. there, Feb. 25, 1851. Her oldest son wrote, 
"She possessed in some degree the faculty of second sight, and 
was slightly clairaudient, hearing voices and singing, and in 
this resembled her oldest brother, Samuel V. Averill." 
Children : 

i. William M. s Harwood, b. July 15, 1828, at Otto; m. Dec. 

31, 1856, at Constantine, Mich., Clarissa Easton. They 

live at Newberg, and have four children. He was in the 

Civil War one year, 1864-5. 

ii. Samuel" Harwood, b. Mar. 5, 1830, at Otto; d. Feb. 16, 

1850, at Newberg. 
iii. Lester Marvin" Harwood, b. Feb. 2, 1832, at Persia; m. 
1855, in Minnesota, Mary Ann Winans. Living in Fil- 
more Co., Minn. Several children. 
iv. Julia A." Harwood, b. Feb. 19, 1834, at Persia; m. June, 

1852, at Fabius, Mich., Spencer Brown. 1 child, 
v. Luther M. s Harwood, b. Oct. 19, 1836, at Otto; m. 1860, at 
Newberg, Mary Ann Young. Lives at Three Rivers, 
Mich. Has six children. 



The Seventh Generation 599 

vi. Olive S. s Harwood, b. Nov. 18, 1838, at Otto; m. 1858, at 
Constantine, Mich., Samuel Shelleberger. Lives at Por- 
ter, Cass Co., Mich. 3 children. 

vii. Caroline Harriet' Harwood, b. Sept. 16, 1841, at Otto; 
m. Dec. 25, 1864, at Indianapolis, Ind., Martin Henry 
Halpin. Living at Indianapolis. Three children. 

viii. Albert" Harwood, b. Jan. 10, 1845, at Newberg; living at 
St. Johns, Whitman Co., Wash. He enlisted in the 2nd. 
Mich. Inf., 1861, when but a little more than 16 years 
old. He lost his left aim soon after the surrender of 
Vicksburg-, 1863. He was a Methodist minister. 

865. Laureston "Loriston" 7 Averill (Samuel'', Samuel', 
John*, John 5 , William 2 , William'), b. Apr. 2, 1812, at Randolph, 
Vt. ; lived at Livingston, N. Y., and in Howard Co., la. He m. 
Nov. 27, 1834, at Lodi (now Gowanda), N. Y., Elizabeth Sea- 
brook. He was a farmer and d. Feb. 11, 1880, near Cresco, 
Howard Co., la. 

Children : 

1883. i. Sophronia A.\ b. Sept. 26, 1835. 

1884. ii. Martin Van Buren\ b. Apr. 30, 1837; m. May 2, 1867, at 

Indianapolis, Ind., Rosetta Badger Wilson. 

1885. iii. Euphemia Elizabeth', b. Aug. 28, 1839. 

1886. iv. Laureston Seabrook\ b. Jan. 11, 1843. 

memoranda. 

* From Erie Co. Deeds N. Y., we have the following item: Loriston 
Averill, to Phillip Miller, Apr. 16, 1836; Vol. 41, p. 421. 

Prob. other deeds are to be found there to or from the sd. Loriston. 

866. Carlos 7 Averill (Samuel 6 , Samuel 5 , John 4 , John', Will- 
iam 2 , William'), b. Apr. 2, 1814, at Randolph, Vt. ; m. May 19, 
1839, at Gowanda (Lodi), N. Y., Lydia Benson. He d. Mar. 23, 
1889, aged 75, at Collins, N. Y., of typhoid pneumonia. He was, 
previous to 1851, one of the owners of the Mansion House at 
Gowanda, perhaps the only owner of it, and transferred his in- 
terest in it to Mr. P. Pemberton about the date above given. He 
and his sons were Democrats. 

Children: 

1887. i. Alfred", b. Dec. 29, 1840, prob. at Gowanda. 

1888. ii. Elbridge\ b. Sept. 18, 1842, prob. at Gowanda. 

1889. iii. Wallace", b. Nov. 20, 1845, prob. at Gowanda; d. May 3. 

1880. 



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867. Edwin 7 Averill (Samuel , Samuel 5 , John*, John 3 , Will- 
iam-, William 1 ), b. June 29, 1816, at Alexander, N. Y., lived at 
Gowanda (Lodi), N. Y. He m. Aug. 19, 1842, at Gowanda, 
Esther Clark. 

Children : 

Angelina", b. Dec. 17, 1843; m. Antoine Setter. 

Ruth\ b. Dec. 22, 1844; m. Martin Ernes. 

Jerome", b. — , 184- ; was in the Civil War, Co. A. 

154th. N. Y. Inf. Enlisted Aug. 14, 1862. Discharged 
Mar., 1863, wounded; d. in young manhood. 

Esther", b. Dec. 9, 1856; m. Wm. H. Shaffer. 

Jerusha", b. Apr., 1852 (or 58?) ; m. George Coleman. 

869. Lorin 7 Averill -(Samuel 9 , Samuel'', John*, John 3 , Will- 
iam'-, William 1 ), b. Sept. 26, 1820, at Gowanda, N. Y.. is a car- 
penter, and lives at Gowanda, where he m. Nov. 11, 1849, 
Adaline Hartman (dau. of Nicholas Hartman of Lodi, and 
Lucretia Hull, his wife), b. May 19, 1829, at Gowanda, and d. 
there May 21, 1881. 

Children (all b. at Gowanda) : 

Sophronia", b. Sept. 3, 1850; m. John Stevens. 

Harvey Marion", b. Apr. 24, 1852; m. Emma Navamore. 

John Parsons", b. Sept. 30, 1854; lived at Gowanda. 

Bert", b. Sept. 16, 1856; d. Jan. 24, 1859, at Gowanda. 

Burton", b. Sept. 21, 1859; was an axe-maker and printer, 
and lived at Gowanda, N. Y., Indianapolis, Ind., and in 
Mich. He m. Adeline Hartman, and d. of consumption, 
Feb. 27, 1887, at Dayton. O. 

1905. vi. Jennie Cynthia", b. Aug. 22, 1862, has lived at Gowanda, 

Dunkirk, and Buffalo, N. Y. She m. Sept. 17, 1887, at 
Gowanda, Joseph Mylon (son of Bernard Mylon, and 
Adelia Downes, his wife, of Randolph, N. Y.), b. Apr. 1, 
1866, at Randolph, and d. there July, 1889. 

1906. vii. Clara", b. May 17, 1865; m. Louis Williams. 

1907. viii. Kate", b. May 6 : 1868; d. Sept. 29, 1871, at Gowanda. 

870. Sarah Volinda 7 Averill (Samuel'', Samuel 5 , John\ 
John 3 , William 2 , William'), b. Dec. 14, 1824, at Gowanda, N. Y. ; 
has lived at Buffalo and Utica, N. Y., Sandusky, O., Indianapolis, 
Ind., Larkfield, L. I., and New York City. She is a woman of 
strong mind and will, and warm heart ; a devoted, affectionate, 
and sympathetic wife and mother ; deeply religious, and inter- 
ested in speculative philosophy. In early life she was a soprano 
singer in church choirs, and a solo singer in the Mozart Club of 



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The Seventh Generation 601 

Sandusky, 0. She m. Feb. 2, 1846, at Buffalo, John Jehiel (137) 
Parsons (son of Aaron, 180 [Aaron, 111, Aaron, 102, Aaron, 93, 
Daniel, 45, Joseph, 23, Cornet Joseph, 1], of Niagara Falls, 
N. Y., and Emily Stowe of Middleton, Conn., his wife), b. May 
21, 1827, at Wilson, N. Y. Mr. Parsons was graduated at De 
Vaux College, Niagara Falls, when very young ; entered business, 
becoming a manufacturer of printed and blank books. He or- 
ganized and was many years Secretary and Treasurer of the New 
York Sanitary Supply Co. of New York City. He was a Brevet 
Lieutenant Colonel, Camp of Ins. Indian for Volunteers 1861 ; 
an Ancient Scottish Rite Mason, 32nd degree, and an Elder in 
the Presbyterian Church. (See the Pcostms' Memorial by Albert 
Parsons, in Cornet Joseph Parsons, by Henry M. Burt, and 
Albert Ross Parsons, 1898.) He d. Apr. 24, 1894. at East 
Northport, L. I. 
Children: 

i. Albert Ross" Parsons, b. Sept. 16, 1847, at Sandusky, 0. 
He m. at New York City, Alice Van Ness (dan. of C. H. 
Van Ness), and lives at Garden City, L. I.; has five 
children. Mr. Parsons was the author of the Synthetic 
Method for the Pianoforte; Parsifal; The Finding of 
Christ through Art; New Light front the Great Pyra- 
mid; and the Parsons' Memorial mentioned above. Mr. 
Parsons' interest and assistance in obtaining- data of 
his branch of the Averills was that of an experienced 
genealogist, and therefore of great value, 
ii. Marie Emile" Parsons, b. June 13, 1851, at Buffalo, N. Y.; 
m. Jan. 19, 1871, at New York City, George H. Perry- 
man; lives at Brooklyn, N. Y., has three children, 
iii. Ella Teresa" Parsons, b. July 18, 1854, at Buffalo; m. at 
New York City, John S. Conover; lives at Closter, N. J.; 
has six children, 
iv. Kate Burwell" Parsons, b. July 15, 1856, at Buffalo; 

lives at E. Northport, L. I. 
v. Frederick Chester* Parsons, b. Nov. 21, 1859, at Indian- 
apolis, Ind.; m. at Brooklyn, N. Y., Alice MacKenzie; 
lives at Brooklyn; has six children. 
vi. Harriet Sophronia" Parsons, b. Mar. 11, 1862, at Indian- 
apolis; d. Mar. 2, 1869, at Utica, N. Y. 
vii. John Edward* Parsons, b. Mar. 27, 1865, at Indianapolis; 
m. Mar. 29, 1886, at Brooklyn, N. Y., Sarah MacKenzie; 
lives at Brooklyn; has four children, 
viii. Horace Talbot* Parsons, b. Apr. 9, 1868, at Indianapolis; 
d. Mar. 6, 1869, at Utica, N. Y. 



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602 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

872. Lafayette Kibee Jerome 7 Averill (Samuel 3 , Samuel 5 , 
Joint', John 3 , William-, William 1 ), b. Apr. 5, 1827, was in the 
Civil War, and lost an arm. He m. Aug. 14, 1847, at Gowanda, 
N. Y., Eliza Hartman (dau. of Nicholas Hartman, b. Feb. 15, 
1799, and Lucretia Hull, his wife). He d. Oct. 29, 1898, at 
Gowanda. 

Children : 

Sarah\ b. Feb. 13, 1849; m. Gridley Christy. 
John Jabez", b. Mar. 25, 1852; m. Jennie Derby. 
Ida "Euphemia"\ b. July 3, 1854; m. Dorr Tinney. 
Denton*, b. Sept. 10, 1856; m. Rachel McMillen. 
Willi a.m s , b. Aug. 14, 1859; m. Eliza Griener. 
Alfred, b. Nov. 23, 1865; m. Anna Bernhart. 

875. Hannibal Wales 7 Averill (John 6 , John 5 , John 4 ', John 3 , 
William-, William 1 ), b. Aug. 24, 1809, at Westminster, Vt., was 
a farmer and lived at Swanton, and Highgate Springs, Vt., at 
Stanbridge Station, Province of Quebec, Can., and at Franklin, 
Vt. He m. (1) Oct. 25, 1841, at Rensselaerville, N. Y., Lucinda 
(Lawson) Barber (dau. of Henry Lawson of Rensselaerville, 
and Eleanor White, his wife), b. 1808; d. Oct. 29, 1846, at 
Highgate Springs. He m. (2) May 8, 1849, Mary Ann Seward 

(dau. of John Seward of Highgate, Vt., and Polly 

Seward, his wife). He d. Oct. 19, 1885, at St. Armand Station, 
Province of Quebec, Can. 

Children (all b. at Highgate Springs) (by first wife) : 

1914. i. Henry Oscar s , b. Nov. 4, 1843; d. June 22, 1855, at High- 

gate Springs. 

1915. ii. Ellen Maria\ b. May 4, 1845; m. Sept. 24, 1873, at Swan- 

ton, George S. Green, M. D. 

(by second wife) : 

1916. iii. Sarah Louisa", b. June 6, 1850. 

876. Mark R. 7 Averill (John 6 , John 5 , John, John-, Will- 
iam 1 , William'), b. Dec. 22, 1811, at Swanton, Vt., was a car- 
penter and farmer; lived at Swanton and Highgate Springs, Vt., 
and Prophetstown, 111. He m. Dec. 25, 1823, at Newfane, Vt., 
Ada C. Durin (dau. of Ethan Durin and Mary Gates, his wife), 
b. Apr. 12, 1813, at Newfane. He d. Feb. 20, 1893, at Cedar 
Rapids, la. 



The Seventh Generation 603 

Children (all except the last b. at Highgate Springs) : 

1917. i. Mary J. s , b. Feb. 11, 1835; m. Earl S. Ellithorp. 

1918. ii. Wales\ b. Apr. 30, 1837; m. C. Nelson. 

1919. iii. Anna Rhoda\ b. June 9, 1839; m. Sept. 3, 1891, at Vine- 

land, N. J., Daniel K. Smith, and lives at Pi'ophetstown. 

1920. iv. Harriet A.\ b. Oct. 3, 1841; m. Chas. H. Sanford. 

1921. v. Arthur Tappan\ b. Sept. 14, 1843; m. Allie R. Doolittle. 

1922. vi. Volney\ b. Aug. 12, 1847; m. Alice Schulthers. 

1923. vii. Lewis Mark s , b. June 10, 1850; d. Sept, 28, 1872, at Cedar 

Rapids, la. 

1924. viii. Ellie C. s , b. Dec. 8, 1857, at Prophetstown ; d. there Dec. 

27, 1868. 

877. Sidney S. 7 Averill (John*, Jolnr Avery, John' Averill, 
John 3 , William-, William 1 ), b. Apr. 19, 1814, at Swanton, Vt., 
was a school teacher for fifty years and educated his own chil- 
dren. He lived at Westbury and Jericho, L. I., Rahway, N. J., 
and Attleboro, Penn. He m. Apr., 1839, at Rensselaerville, 
N. Y., Elmira Lawson (dau. of Henry Lawson of Berne, N. Y., 
and Eleanor Pinckney, his wife), b. 1809, at Berne. He cl. Apr. 
25, 1893, at Wyanet, 111. Mrs. S. S. Averill d. Dec. 17, 1903, at 
Erie, 111., at the age of 86. 

Children : 

1925. i. Gulia\ b. Sept. 13, 1842, at Westbury, L. I.; m. Henry D. 

Eaton. 

1926. ii. William Penn s , b. 1846, at Jericho, L. I.; d. 1862 in a hos- 

pital at Evansville, Ind. Prob. the Wm. Averill, Private, 
34th. 111., Jan. 11, 1865, from Roll of Honor, Civil War. 

1927. iii. Parnell\ b. 1849, at Rahway, N. J.; m. 1879, at Cham- 

bersburg, Penn., Jennie Northrup. He is in the real 
estate business. 

1928. iv. Sidney", b. Jan. 2, 1856, at Rahway; unm. Has been a 

printer, is now a farmer, living- at Baden Station, Mo. 

1929. v. ElmirV, b. 1857, at Attleboro, Pa.; m. 1878, Frank Petty. 

1930. vi. John\ b. 1861, at W. Vienna, N. Y.; m. 1890, at Idaho 

Springs, Col., Minnie Choate. He is a tall, fine looking 
man, a shipper of beef and lumber to the Chicago mar- 
ket. 

MEMORANDA. 

All the above have a birthright claim in the Society of Friends, though 
none are living where they can attend the meetings. All the men of this 
family have been and are Republicans. 



604 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

888. Justin Parsons 7 Averill (Jacob 1 ', Thomas 5 , Thomas*, 
John 3 , William", William'), b. Friday, Oct. 19, 1821, near Stock- 
bridge, Windsor Co., Vt.; m. 1849, Cornelia Matilda Huston. 

Children : 
1930a. i. Ella Matilda 8 , b. July 31, 1854, at Joliet, 111.; m. Henry 

Hildreth Ellison. 
1930b. ii. Harry Emerson', b. June 16, 1859. at Battle Creek, Mich. 
1930c. iii. Ida CORALIA 6 , b. Dec. 19, 1861, at Battle Creek, Mich. 

893. Nancy N. ' Averill (John 9 , Thomas 5 , Thomas 4 , John' 1 , 
William-, William'), b. Mar. 5, 1809, at Windsor, N. H.; m. Nov. 
30, 1834, Jefferson Jones, who d. Mar. 14, 1856. She lived on 
her father's old farm at Windsor and d. there Nov. 7, 1890. 

Children : 

i. Jennie M. s Jones, b. — , ; m. Albert J. Gray of 

Windsor; d. July 21, 1901, at Windsor. 

ii. Charles' Jones, b. , 18 — ; d. at Little Windsor. 

iii. Annie" Jones, b. , 18 — ; d. at Little Windsor. 

894. Chester 7 Averill (John*, Thomas 7 ', Thomas*. John 3 , 
William', William'), b. Nov. 19, 1811, at Windsor, N. H. ; m. 
, 18 — , Roberta Ray , at . He was a 

merchant and lived at Newport, N. H. He cl. Sept. 22, 1876, at 
East Lebanon, N. H. 
Children : 

1931. i. ELLEN 8 , b. June 8, 1841, at Heniker, N. H.; m. Aug. 14, 

1860, at Newport, Dean S. Clement. Both died; no issue. 

1932. ii. Isabel", b. Nov. 2, 1842, at Newport; m. Sept. 13, 1871, at 

Windsor, Henry Noyes. They live at Lebanon, N. H. 

1933. iii. Henry", b. Mar. 5, 1848, at Newport; m. - — , 18—, at 

Newport, Nellie Pettee. Both died; no issue. He d. at 
Medford, Mass. 

1934. iv. Florence "Adele"\ b. July 30, 1851, at Newport; m. Sept. 

20, 1874, at Newport, Ira Stowell. Both died. They had 
three children, all of whom d. in infancy. 

895. John Truman 7 Averill (John 9 , Thomas 7 ', Thomas*, 
John 3 , William', William'), b. Nov. 13, 1813, at Little Windsor, 
Vt. ; m. May 6, 1850, at Stockbridge, Vt., Melissa Boutwell 
(dau. of John Boutwell of Stockbridge, and Sylvia Perkins, his 
wife), b. Mar. 4, 1826, at Stockbridge. She d. at Reading, Vt., 
Aug. 6, 1900. He was a blacksmith, and lived at Windsor, 



The Seventh Generation 605 

Stockbridge and Reading, dying at the last named place, June 
29, 1891. 

Children (all b. at Stockbridge) : 

1935. i. Ellen M. s , b. May 1, 1850; m. Apr. 7, 1868, at Mount 

Holly, Vt., Ira Davenport. They had one dau. who d. in 
infancy. She d. Mar. 15, 1872, at Mount Holly. 

1936. ii. Emma L.\ b. Feb. 15, 1858; m. Elmer W. Merrill. 

897. Mary 7 Averill (John*, Thomas 5 , Thomas'., John", Will- 
iam", William'), b. Jan. 25, 1823, at Windsor, N. H.; m. Dec. 2, 
1841, at Hillsboro, N. H.. Hiram Brockway, who was b. Nov. 17, 
1820, at Washington, N. H. They lived first at Hillsboro, where 
all their children were born; and then at East Washington, 
where both Mr. and Mrs. Averill d. on the old farm, he 
June 7, 1878, and she Dec. 12, 1899. 

Children : 

i. Ellen A." Brockway, b. Jan. 14, 1844; m. June 23. 1868, 
at Amherst, N. H., Harvey W. Dickinson. They live at 
Sunapee, N. H., and have no children. 

ii. Lucretia M. s Brockway. b. June 12, 1846; m. Feb. 20, 
1868, at Hillsboro, Alfred G. Proctor. They lived at 
East Washing-ton, where she d. July 25, 1876. They 
had no children. 

iii. Flora' Brockway, b. May 19, 1858; d. Nov. 18, 1872, at 
East Washington. 

911. John 7 Averill {Philip", Thomas', Thomas\ John 3 , Will- 
iam-, William 1 ), b. June 29, 1817; m. Elizabeth Puffer of Peter- 
borough, N. H. 

Child: 

1937. i. John Franklin', b. , 18 — . 

913. Lucy Burnham 7 Averill (James 6 , Ebenezer\ Ebene- 
zer\ John", William", William 1 ), b. Oct. 4, 1816, at Mont Vernon, 
N. H.; lived at Mont Vernon and Milford, N. H. She m. July, 
1845, at Amherst, N. H., Stephen "Chapin" Langdell (son of 
Ezra Langdell of Mont Vernon, and Rebekah Langdell of New 
Boston, his wife), b. Sept. 9, 1820, at Mont Vernon, d. Sept. 23, 
1895, at Goffstown, N. H. Mrs. Langdell spends some time in 
the old home, but resides at Stoneham, Mass. 



606 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

Children (all b. in Mont Vernon) : 

i. James A. s Langdell, b. Sept. 14, 1845; m. Dec. 15, 1865, 
Mary E. Wilkins (dau. of Luke and Elizabeth Langdell 
Wilkins). He was accidentally shot, Apr. 2, 1870. 

ii. Helen Marr s Langdell, b. Nov. 8, 1846; m. Geo. F. Tar- 
bell. 

iii. Eunice B. s Langdell, b. Mar. 31, 1851; m. Aug-. 21, 1869, 
Frank Myers. 

iv. Jennie A. s Langdell, b. Oct. 23, 1853; m. Wm. H. Pratt. 

MEMORANDUM. 

The Langdells were related to Gov. Langdon of N. H., and earlier gen- 
erations spelled their name Langdon. 

Helen Marr s Langdell {Lucy' 1 Averill, James", Ebenezer 5 , 
Ebenezer*, John; William-, William'), b. Nov. 8, 1846, at Mont 
Vernon, N. H.; m. Mar. 25, 1874, George F. Tarbell, (son of 
Joseph H. Tarbell and Harriet N. Hopkins). 

Child: 

i. Alice G.' j Tarbell. 

Jennie A. s Langdell (Lucy 7 Arm-ill, James 6 , Ebenezer 1 , 
Ebenezer, John; William', William'), b. Oct. 23, 1853, at Mont 
Vernon, N. H. ; m. Feb. 15, 1873, William H. Pratt (son of Wm. 
H. Pratt, Sr.). 

Child: 

i. Inez A." Pratt. 

914. Helen Mar 7 Averill (James'; Ebenezer'% Ebenezer\ 
John'; William', William'), b. Mar. 15, 1827, at Mont Vernon, 
N. H.; lived at Milford, N. H.; m. Mar. 28, 1847, at Amherst, 
N. H., Joseph Fitch Crosby (son of Joseph Crosby of Amherst 
and Sarah Richardson, his wife), b. Sept. 16, 1819, at Amherst; 
d. May 11, 1900, at Milford. She d. Nov. 14, 1879, at Milford. 

Children (both b. at Milford) : 

i. Grace Helen" Crosby, b. June 13, 1858; lives in Milford; 

unm. 
ii. Kate Belle s Crosby, b. May 24, 1860; d. Oct. 11, 1894, at 

Milford. 



The Seventh Generation 607 

915. Granville Clifford 7 Averill (Eben 5 , Ebenezer 5 , Ebene- 
zer 4 , John 3 , William", William'), b. May 6, 1811, at Thornton, 
N. H.; m. Dec, 1837, Caroline Wallace Averill (No. 919) of 
Milford, N. H. She was b. Oct. 21, 1812, at Milford, and d. there 
Mar. 18, 1864. He d. May 28, 1885, at Hooksett, N. H. 

Children : 

1938. i. Mary Caroline', b. July 5, 1839, at Milford, N. H.; m. 

June 18, 1859, Frank W. Mace ( son of Joseph and Har- 
riet (Wheeler) Mace of Amherst). They live at Hill- 
side Farm, Amherst, N. H., and have no children living. 

1939. ii. Willis G. s , b. Apr. 15, 1841, at Milford; m. Apr. 15, 1868, 

Fanny McPherson (dau. of William D. and Clarissa 
(Richardson) McPherson) of Bedford, N. H. They live 
at Hooksett, N. H., and have one child living. 

1940. iii. Anna Frances', b. Dec. 15, 1843; m. (1) Elbridge D. 

Clark; m. (2) Ephraim Adams Parkhurst. 

1941. iv. Woodbury J. s , b. Apr. 6, 1847, at Milford; d. there Aug. 6, 

1859. 

1942. v. Clara T.\ b. Apr. 6, 1852, at Milford; d. there June 12, 

1864. 

1943. vi. Andrew Wallace", b. June 6, 1856, at Milford; d. there 

Oct. 31, 1863. 

916. Fanny Bradford 7 Averill (Eben''', Ebenezer', Ebene- 
zer 4 , John; William', William'), b. May 23, 1815, at Thornton, 
N. H. ; lived at Milford, N. H., in the old Ebenezer Averill home- 
stead built in 1786. which she inherited from her father. She 
m. Mar. 8, 1842, Levi Curtis. She d. Sept. 3, 1866. at Milford. 

Child : 

i. Rosalind D. s Curtis, b. Sept. 26, 1845; m. Ride- 
out. 

Rosalind D. 8 Curtis {Fanny 1 Averill, Eben?, Ebenezer 5 , 
Ebenezer 4 , John 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. Sept. 26, 1845; lives in 
the old Averill homestead in Milford, N. H. She m. Sept. 26, 

1865, Rideout. 

Children : 

i. Nellie F.° Rideout. 
ii. Leon C.'' Rideout. 

923. Clinton Spaulding 7 Averill (Calvin , Ebenezer Jr. 5 , 
Ebenezer 1 , John 3 , William 1 , William'), b. Sept. 22, 1827, at Mil- 
ford, N. H. ; m. Mar. 10, 1852, at Milford, Catharine K. Hutchin- 
son (dau. of Jonas Hutchinson of Milford, and Nancy Wallace, 



608 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

his wife), b. Aug. 9, 1831, at Hancock, d. Apr. 4, 1878. Clinton 
Spaulding Averill was a lawyer, a bank president, and State 
Superintendent of Public Schools in New Hampshire. He col- 
lected considerable data for the line of Ebenezer (No. 52) ; a 
letter containing this data was written to a relative, Sept. 3, 
1872. He was a man with broad sympathies, and very highly 
esteemed in the State. 
Child : 

1944. i. Catherine Isabella", b. June 23, 1859, at Milford; d. at 
Milford. 

924. Martha 7 Averill (Asa 6 , David" , Ebenezer", John", Will- 
iam-, William'), b. probably 1809; m. Mr. Merrill. 

She lived at Farmington and Pittston, Me. 

Children : 

i. S. S. s Merrill, who lives at Salem, Mass. 
ii. - (Dau.) s Merrill, m. J. B. Gordon, who lives at 

Bradford, Me. 

925. Mary 7 Averill (Asa 6 , David/', Ebenezer*, John 1 , Will- 
iam-, William'), b. May 13, 1810, at Newcastle, Me., was a 
tailoress before her marriage, and lived in E. Pittston, Albion 
and Augusta, Me. She m. Feb. 15, 1835, at Albion, Gardiner* 
Phillips (son of Asa Phillips, Jr., of Winslow, Me., and Appia 
Chalmers of Woolwich, Me., his wife), b. Jan. 21, 1806, at 
Ligonia, Me.; d. Feb. 9, 1889, at Augusta, Me. She d. Dec. 5, 
1875, at Augusta. 

Children (all but the last b. at Albion) : 

i. Hannah Burrill 1 Phillips, b. Dec, 1835; d. 1840, at 

Albion. 
ii. Sarah Marshall" Phillips, b. May 15, 1837; has lived in 

Augusta and Bangor. 
iii. Emily Webb" Phillips, b. Mar. 17, 1839; lived in Albion 

and Augusta; d. Mar., 1861, at Augusta. 
iv. Ada Byron* Phillips, b. Dec. 11, 1841; m. Isaac James 

Mead. 



MKMORAXIU'M. 



Gardiner Phillips was the only child of his parents, who were m. in 
Fairfax, and lived afterward in Ligonier, and Albion, Me., Aug. 29, 1801. 
The Phillips and Chalmers were both long lived families, the latter of 
Scotch descent. 



The Seventh Generation 609 

v. Noel Byron" Phillips, b. Sept. 15, 1843; was in the Civil 
War; d. Aug-. 9, 1862, Battle of Cedar Mt., Va. 

vi. Hannah' Phillips, b. Sept. 11, 1845; m. Jan. 10, 1870, at 
Augusta, Me., Charles L. Chalmers. They live in Ban- 
gor and have four children. 

vii. Elihu Burrill* Phillips, b. Nov. 11, 1849, at Augusta, 
Me.; d. there, 1852. 

Ada Byron K Phillips (Mary 1 Averill, Asa 6 , David?, Ebene- 
ze?-*, John 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. Dec. 11, 1841, at Albion, Me.; 
has lived at Augusta and Hiram, Me., and now lives at Everett, 
Mass. She m. Aug. 23, 1864, at Augusta, Isaac James Mead. 

Child : 

i. Byron A.' j Mead. 

926. Eben 7 Averill 2nd (Asa 6 , David 7 ', Ebenezer*, John 3 , 
William-, William'), b. Apr. 15, 1812, at Pittston, Me., was a 
fanner, and lived at Prentiss, Me. He m. 1837. at Bangor, Me., 
Maria Osgood (dau. of Benjamin Osgood and Isabell Sterling, 
his wife), b. Mar. 31, 1822, at Fryburg, Me. He d. May 20, 
1902, at Prentiss; she is living there with her son (1906). 

Children : 

Ann M.\ b. Feb. 28, 1837; m. Cyrus A. Rowe. 

Isabell", b. Dec. 12, 1843; m. Alonzo R. Page. 

Alberta M.\ b. Dec. 12, 1852; m. Geo. B. Gates. 

Perte Edna s , b. Dec. 6, 1856; m. Edwin L. Schillinger. 

Pitt E. s , b. Dec. 6, 1856; m. Lucy E. Muzzy. 

Asa M.\ b. Feb. 23, 1859; m. Nettie Beatham. 

Ada Mabel", b. Feb. 23, 1859; m. George A. Larabee. 

927. Ira 7 Averill 2nd (Asa 6 , David 5 , Ebenezcr\ John 3 , Will- 
iam-, William 1 ), b. Oct. 31, 1814, at Pittston, Me., was a farmer, 
and lived at Prentiss, Me. Four generations of this family have 
lived at the site of the present house in the town of Prentiss 
(Ira 7 , Benjamin*, Ira 9 , and Leo 1 ", make the four generations). 
The first house which Ira 7 built in 1846, was burned down in 
1900, and with it many records, — one an old record which Ira 7 
had of his uncles. The new house was built on the old site. He 
m. Apr. 13, 1841, at Plantation, No. 7, Range 3, Penobscot Co., 
Me., Ernestine Judkins (dau. of John Judkins of Prentiss, and 
Anna Baldwin, his wife), b. June 27, 1818, at Fayette, Me., d. 
June 1, 1896, at Prentiss. He d. Mar. 15, 1902, at Prentiss. 



1945. 


i. 


1946. 


ii. 


1947. 


ni. 


1948. 


iv. 


1949. 


v. 


1950. 


vi 


1951. 


vii 



610 Aver ell, Averill, Avery Family 

Children : 

L952. i. Benjamin Dunn", b. Sept. 18, 1844; m. Louisa Merrill 
Rowe. 

1953. ii. Anna M.\ b. Apr. 1, 1846; m. Clark G. Potter. 

928. Hiram 7 Averill (Asa 6 , David', Ebcnczcr\ John 3 , Will- 
iam-, William'), b. — , 1818, probably at Pittston, Me., 

where his son John was born. He was the only one of his 
mother's family living in 1903. He m. Nancy Little. His resi- 
dence was at West Farmingdale, Me., where he d. July 4, 1906. 

Children : 

1954. i. John H.", b. 1852, at Pittston; lives at Newburyport, Mass. 

1955. ii. Ar>DiE\ b. 185- ; d. abt. 1880. 

929. Asa 7 Averill (Asa 6 , David: 1 , Ebenezer*, John 3 , Will- 
iam-, William') , b. probably at Pittston, Me. ; m. 

Child : 

1956. i. Charles", b. - — , 18 — ; lives at Gardiner, Me. 

930. Sarah 7 Averill (Asa 6 , David", Ebenezer\ John 3 , Will- 
iam-, William'), b. 1822, lived at Hallowell, Belgrade and Au- 
gusta, Me. She m. May 23, 1845, Darius Rockwood (son of John 
Rockwood of Belgrade, Me., and Esther Rowe, his wife), b. Aug. 
16, 1821, at Belgrade, d. June 4, 1890, at Portland, Me. She d. 
Oct. 11, 1889, at Nahant. Mass. 

Children (all b. at Augusta) : 

i. Esther Augusta 1 * Rockwood, b. Sun., Mar. 7, 1847; m. 

Geo. F. Gannett, 
ii. Frances Aldora" Rockwood, b. Fri., June 23, 1849; m. 

(1) Chas. H. Wills; m. (2) Wm. H. Robbins. 
iii. Mary Abbie" Rockwood, b. Sat., Mar. 9, 1850; m. (1) C. 

V. Hamilton; m. (2) Edgar L. Dow. 
iv. Fred" Rockwood, b. Mon., Aug-. 30, 1852; d. Sept. 21, 1853, 

at Augusta, 
v. Edward Lawrence" Rockwood, b. Fri., Feb. 23, 1854; m. 

Addie Gordan. 
vi. George Darby" Rockwood, b. Sat., Feb. 2, 1856; m. (1) 

Clara L. Springer; m. (2) Lottie Hawks. 
vii. Lizzie Sarah" Rockwood, b. Tues., Apr. 6, 1858; d. June, 

1858, at Augusta, 
viii. James H." Rockwood, b. Fri., Aug. 16, 1859; lives at Rum- 
ford Falls, Me. 
ix. Ella Barbara" Rockwood, b. Sun., Aug. 17, 1861; m. (1) 

Charles Robinson; m. (2) John McKenzie. 



The Seventh Generation 611 

Esther Augusta* Rockwood (Sarah 7 Averill, Asa 6 , David 5 , 

Ebenezer 1 , John 3 , William-, William'), b. Mar. 7, 1847, at Au- 
gusta, Me. ; m. there, Nov. 7, 1867, George Frederick Gannett. 

They lived at Augusta. She d. Jan. 10, 1904, at Augusta. 
Children : 

i. George F.° Gannett. 

ii. Charles H." Gannett. 

iii. (An Infant)'' Gannett; d. y. 

iv. Addie M. 8 Gannett. 

v. Frank 0. ;i Gannett. 

Frances Aldora s Rockwood {Sarah 1 Averill, Asa 6 , David 7 ', 
Ebenezer 4 , John 3 , William-, William 1 ), b. June 23, 1849, at Au- 
gusta, Me.; m. (1) Nov. 3, 1867, at Farmingdale, Me., Charles 
H. Wills (dec). She m. (2) Sept. 29, 1875, William H. Robbins; 

they live at Nahant, Mass. 

Children (by first husband) : 
i. William' 1 Wills. 

(by second husband) : 
ii. Arthur" Robbins. 

Mary Abbie s Rockwood (Sarah 1 Averill, Asa 6 , David 7 , Eben- 
ezer', Jolnr, William 1 , William'), b. Mar. 9, 1850, at Augusta, 
Me.; lived at Augusta and vicinity. She m. (1) Oct. 23, 1879. 
C. V. Hamilton (dec). She m. (2) Feb. 6, 1886, at Augusta, 
Edgar Leslie Dow (dec). She d. Jan. 2, 1901, at Augusta. 

Children (by first husband) : 
i. Gertrude' 1 Hamilton. 

(by second husband) : 
ii. Walter S." Dow. 
iii. Fannie B." Dow. 
iv. Edgar L." Dow. 
v. Ella G." Dow. 

Edward Lawrence* Rockwood (Sarah 1 Averill, Asa 6 , David 7 , 
Ebenezer\ Jolnr, William 2 , William'), b. Feb. 23, 1854, at Au- 
gusta, Me. ; lives at Augusta. He m. May 12, 1886, at Augusta, 
Addie Gordon. 

Children : 

i. Mabel 1 ' Rockwood. 
ii. Dora'' Rockwood. 
iii. Robert" Rockwood. 



612 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

George Darby 8 Rockwood (Samlr Averill, Asa 6 , Davids 1 , 
Ebenezer 4 , John 3 , William-, William'), b. Feb. 2, 1856, at Au- 
gusta, Me.; lives at Augusta. He m. (1) Clara L. Springer 
(dec.) ; m. (2) Lottie Hawks. 

Children (by first wife) : 
i. Julia 9 Rockwood. 
ii. Marion 3 Rockwood, dec. 

(by second wife) : 

iii. Dorothy 1 ' Rockwood. 

Ella Barbara 8 Rockwood (Sarah 7 Averill, Asa 1 ', David 5 , 
Ebcnezcr\ John 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. Aug. 17, 1861, at Au- 
gusta, Me.; m. (1) Charles Robinson, from whom she was 
divorced; m. (2) John McKenzie; they live at Reading, Mass. 
Children (by first husband) : 
i. Sadie 11 Robinson. 
ii. Richard 1 ' Robinson. 

935. David 7 Averill (Ethan 6 , David", Ebenczer 4 , John", Will- 
iam 2 , William 1 ), b. July 27, 1821, at Casco (formerly Raymond), 
Me. ; was in the livery business ; lived at Portland and Falmouth, 
Me., Chelsea, Somerville and Cambridge, Mass., Oakland, Cal., 
and Colfax and Portland. Ore. He m. Mar. 2, 1845, at Portland, 
Martha A. Morton (dau. of Thomas Morton of Fryberg, Me., 
and of Eliza Jordan, his wife), b. Apr. 3, 1826, at Raymond. 
He d. July 21, 1892, at Portland. 

Children : 

1957. i. Elizabeth Ann ( "Lizzie" )\ b. May 2, 1846, at Portland, 
Me.; lives at Portland, Oregon. 

19.58. ii. Alphonso Barton', b. Oct. 24, 1850, at Portland, Me.; m. 
there June 23, 1875, Eleanor R. Dennis; has four chil- 
dren ; lives at Portland, Ore. 

1959. iii. Clarence "Melville", b. May 13, 1855, at Portland, Me.; 

m. Mar. 7, 1877, at Colfax, Wash., Eliza J. Clark; lives 
at Portland, Ore. 

1960. iv. Emery Howell\ b. Dec. 14, 1858, at Falmouth, Me.; lives 

at Portland, Ore. 

1961. v. David Morton\ b. Feb. 3, 1867, in Me.; m. Mary Ida 

Swain. 



The Seventh Generation 613 

941, Susan 7 Averill (David®, David- , Ebenezer*, John-, Will- 
iam 2 ., William 1 ), b. Nov. 17, 1828, at Pittston, Me.; lived at 
Lincoln, Me.; m. Dec. 10, 1849, at Lee, Me., John Emerson 
Ludden (son of John B. Ludden of Lee, Me., and Hannah Wood- 
bury, his wife), b. June 13, 1823, at Poland, Me. He d. Jan. 24, 
1882, at Lee. Mrs. Ludden lives at Lincoln. 

Children (all b. at Lee) : 

i. Sewell Roscoe s Ludden, b. Dec. 20, 1850; lives at Lincoln, 
ii. Clarence Eugene" Ludden, b. Mar. 26, 1853; m. Feb. 22, 

1886, at Canton, Me., Lorette G. Bennett. They live at 

Richmond, Wash, 
iii. Louis Emfrson 5 Ludden, b. Sept. 15, 1855; m. Dec. 21, 

1902, at Spokane, Wash., Sarah Snowdon. They live at 

Spokane. 
iv. Anna May 8 Ludden, b. Aug-. 18, 1858; m. Granville W. 

Gerry. 
v. Lucy Ella s Ludden, b. Oct. 7, 1863; m. Daniel S. Potter. 

MEMORANDA. 

All the family had a common school education. Mr. Sewell Roscoe 
Ludden and Mr. Clarence Ludden are Odd Fellows; the former has been a 
Selectman of Lincoln, and is a clerk in a country store. Mr. Louis E. 
Averill is in R. R. service and has charge of bridge and other repairs. 

Anna May s Ludden (Susan 7 Averill, David'', David 71 , Ebene- 
zer\ John 3 , William-, William 1 ), b. Aug. 18, 1858. at Lee, Me.; 
lives at Lincoln, Me. ; m. Apr. 25, 1887, at Lincoln, Granville W. 
Gerry. 

Children : 

i. Tina M. 9 Gerry. 
ii. Gertrude" Gerry. 
iii. Louis G.' j Gerry. 

Lucy Ella* Ludden (Susan 7 Averill, David'', David 7 ', Ebene- 
zer\ John 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. Oct. 7, 1863; m. Aug. 6, 1892, 
at Chester, Me., Daniel S. Potter; they live at East Lincoln, Me. 
Children : 

i. Della M. ;i Potter. 
ii. Cora A. 9 Potter. 
iii. Arthur E.' j Potter. 

942. Sophronia 7 Averill (David 6 , David 5 , Ebenezer\ John 3 , 
William 1 , William 1 ), b. July 29, 1831, at Lee, Me.; m. Mar. 16, 
1856, at Lincoln, Me., Solomon Stone, who was b. May 1, 1834, 
at Lee. She d. Apr. 17, 1882, at Lincoln. 



614 A v ere 11, Aver ill, Avery Family 

Children (all b. at Lincoln) : 

i. Eva J. s Stone, b. July 29, 1859; m. Frank Hayes. 

ii. Arthur P. s Stone, b. Apr. 25, 1863; d. Oct. 17, 1898, at 

Lee. 
iii. Mary F. s Stone, b. Oct. 12, 1868; d. Aug. 29, 1896, at Lee. 
iv. Ellis 0. s Stone, b. Dec. 6, 1872; lives at Lincoln, 
v. Zoe^ Stone, b. Sept. 8, 1875; m. Mar. 24, 1899, at Winn, 

Me., Carrol E. Rich. They live at Lincoln. 

Eva J.* Stone (Sophronia 7 Averill, David", David 7 ', Ebene- 
zer*, John", William 1 , William'), b. July 29, 1859, at Lincoln, 
Me. ; m. Mar. 20, 1880, at Lincoln, Frank Hayes and lives there. 
Children : 

i. Walter" Hayes. 
ii. Gains' 1 Hayes. 

943. David F. 7 Averill {David 1 '-, David 5 , Ebenezer*, John 3 , 
William-, William'), b. Nov. 14, 1834, at Lincoln, Me.; was a 
farmer and lumberman and lived at Lincoln. He m. Mar. 7, 
1867, at Lincoln, Leah S. Lowell (dau. of Thomas Lowell and 
Mary Jane Smith, his wife), b. Dec. 7, 1845, at Lee, Me. He d. 
May 18, 1878, at Lincoln. 

Children (all b. at Lincoln) : 

1962. i. Herbert 0.\ b. June 12, 1868; lives in New York. 

1963. ii. George G.\ b. Dec. 5, 1869, is a retired physician and 

Treas. of the Keyes Fiber Company. He m. Nov. 18, 
1908, at Fairfield, Me., Mabel K. Keyes, dau. of Mart. 
L. Keyes and Isadore P. Stowell. They live at Water- 
ville, Me. 

1964. iii. Maud A.\ b. Nov. 10, 1871; m. Oct. 13, 1894, at Enfield, 

Me., Matthew Twombly, and lives at Dublin, N. H. 

1965. iv. Horace L.\ b. Nov. 13, 1873; lives at Boston, Mass. 

1966. v. Effie F.\ b. Sept. 23, 1876; m. Harry Weymouth. 

944. Nathan 7 Averill (David", David 7 ', Ebenezer*, John'', 
William-, William'), b. Apr. 4, 1837, at Lincoln, Me., is a mer- 
chant, and lives at Lee, Me. He m. Mar. 14, 1857, at Lee. 
Mary E. Thurlow (dau. of Elisha Thurlow of Brunswick, Me., 
and Eliz. Jordan, his wife), b. May 25, 1838, at Brunswick. 

Children : 

1967. i. Clarence C.\ b. Apr. 6, 1858, at Lee; m. Georgia Jordan. 

She d. some years ago at Lincoln. He was living - at 
Chicago, 111., in 1903. 



The Seventh Generation 615 

1968. ii. William H.\ b. Aug-. 12, 1866, at Lee; m. Aug. 24, 1909, 

at Oldtown, Me., Annie Carrington. He is a merchant 
and lives at Lee. 

1969. iii. Bessie s , b. July 14, 1873, at Winn, Me.; m. Geo. F. Stevens. 

945. Mary 7 Averill (David*, David 5 , Ebenezer*, John 3 , Will- 
iam 2 . William 1 ), b. Mar. 3, 1840, at Lincoln, Me.; lived at Lincoln 
and Lee, Me ; She m. June 18, 1859, at Lincoln, Joseph W. 
Knights, b. Mar. 8, 1833, at Lincoln; d. there, June 28, 1881. 
She d. Feb. 16, 1902, at Lee. Me. 
Children (all b. at Lincoln) : 

i. Leona s Knights, b. May 16, 1860; m. Geo. M. Coffin. 

ii. Charles" Knights, b. June 28, 1862; m. Edna Sweet. 

iii. Edwin" Knights, b. July 26, 1866; m. Maud Tobin. 

iv. Horace" Knights, b. Mar. 17, 1870; m. Thelda Leathers. 

Leona s Knight (Mary' Averill, David'', David:', Ebrnczcr\ 
John', William-, William'), b. May 16, 1860, at Lincoln, Me.; 
lives at E. Lincoln. She m. Oct. 26, 1881, at Lee, Me., George M. 
Coffin. 

Children : 

i. June' 1 Coffin 
ii. Grace" CoFriN. 

Charles'" Knights (Mary 1 Averill, David'', David 7 ', Ebenezer*, 
John 3 , William', William 1 ), b. June 28, 1862, at Lincoln. Me.; 
lives there. He m. Mar., 1890, at Lee, Me., Edna Sweet. 
Children : 

i. Fay" Knights. 
ii. True'' Knights. 
iii. Madge" Knights. 
iv. Homer" Knights. 

Edwin* Knights (Mary 7 Averill, David", David 7 ', Ebenezcr*, 
John", William', William')', b. July 26, 1866, at Lincoln, Me., 
lives at E. Lincoln. He m. Oct., 1888, at Lee, Me., Maud Tobin. 

Children : 

i. Milton" Knights. 
ii. Joseph" Knights. 
iii. Louisa" Knights. 
iv. Hazel" Knights. 



616 Aver ell, Averill, Avery Family 

Horace 8 Knights {Mary 1 Averill, David*, David 5 , Ebenezer*, 
John 3 , William", William 1 ), b. Mar. 17, 1870, at Lincoln, Me.; 
m. Feb., 1893, at Lee, Me., Theda Leathers; they live at Lee. 
Children : 

i. Fay 9 Knights. 

ii. Vaughan" Knights. 

iii. Bessie' Knights. 

947. Harriet 7 Averill (David", David 5 , Ebenezer 4 ', John 3 , 
William-, William'), b. Mar. 30, 1844, at Lee, Me.; m. there in 
1866, Ira P. Bradford (son of Benjamin Bradford of Springfield 
or Lee, Me., and Ann Pitman, his wife), b. Sept., 1843, at Spring- 
field. They have lived at Lee, Me., Monticello, Minn., Superior, 
Wis., and Millbank, S. Dak. In 1903 Mrs. Bradford was living 
at Clairton, Penn. 

Children : 

i. Eva Berenice" Bradford, b. Nov. 27, 1867, at Monticello; 
m. July, 1891, at Millbank, Amos W. Colcord; they have 
4 children: Rose D., C. Bradford, Katherine M., and 
Harriet H. 

ii. Ida Warren" Bradford, b. 1868, at Monticello. 

iii. Bessie Mae' Bradford, b. Oct., 1872, at Monticello, living 
at Clairton. 

iv. Claude Lef s Bradford, b. Jan. 2, 1874, at Superior; m. 
1898, at Geneva, N. Y., Katherine Nugent; is a surgeon 
living at Crafton, Penn. 

v. Benjamin Harold" Bradford, b. Dec. 8, 1876, at Monti- 
cello, living at Minsh, N. Dak. 

vi. Alice Pearl" Bradford, b. Nov. 10, 1882, at Monticello, 
living at Minsh. 

vii. Mark Averill" Bradford, b. Oct. 29, 1886, at Millbank, 
living at Clairton. 

948. Horace 7 Averill (David 6 , David 5 , Ebenezer 4 , John 3 , 
William' 2 , William 1 ), b. June 11, 1848, at Lincoln, Me., was a 
hardware merchant at Lincoln. He m. Sarah Weatherbee (dau. 
of Worthington Weatherbee of Springfield, Me., and Elizabeth 
W. Gridley, his wife), b. Dec. 9, 1844, at Springfield, d. June 18, 
1876, at Lincoln. He d. Mar. 15, 1876, at Lincoln. 

Children : 

1970. i. Harriet", b. at Lincoln; m. at Belfast, Me., Charles Hall. 

1971. ii. Effie", b. at Lincoln; d. there Dec. 25, 1876. 



The Seventh Generation 617 

950. Eben 7 Averill ( Elijah', Elijah"; Ebenezer*, John 3 , Will- 
iam-, William') , b. abt. 1813 ; m. Lucy Jane . They lived 

for a time at New Milford, N. H. He d. at Boston, Oct. 22, 1880, 
intestate, and Lucy Jane Averill as widow of the dec. prays the 
Probate Court Nov. 1, 1880, to be appd. admrn. of his estate. 
The Court granted her request. Edwin B. Hall and Thomas K. 
Hale were sureties to the amount of $1000.00. His only next of 
kin were his brothers William and Elijah Averill and his sister 
Lucinda Averill, who were then living at Whittlesey, Medina 
Co., Ohio (Suffolk Probate). 

957. Sarah Lucetta 7 Averill (Moses 6 , Moses 5 , Ebenezer*, 
John'; William", William'), b. Sept. 16, 1813, at Mont Vernon, 
N. H., lived at Cleveland, O. ; m. Sept. 16, 1834, at Milford, N. H., 
Joseph P. Myrick. She d. Mar., 1891, at Cleveland. 

Children : 

i. Abbie Gertrude' Myrick, b. at Jaffrey, N. H.; d. there in 

1838 (?), aged 15 mos. 
ii. Addie Josephine" Myrick, b. Apr. 3, 1856 or '57; m. 

Charles McCoy, a printer in Cleveland, O., who d. some 

years ago. 
iii. Sarah Isabel* Myrick, b. Oct. 27, 1858 or '59; m. Roderick 

K. Walsh, of Cleveland. She d. in 1895, at New York. 

Mr. Walsh was a newspaper reporter. 

Addie Josephine* Myrick (Sarali Lucetta 7 Averill, Moses*, 
Moses 7 ; Ebenezer*, John; William', William 1 ), b. Apr. 3, 1856-7; 
m. Charles McCoy. 

Child : 

i. Bernard Severence'-' McCoy, b. 1877, at Cleveland; d. there, 
1895. 

959. Abigail Langdell Odell 7 Averill (Moses { \ Moses 7 ; Eben- 
ezer k , John; William-, William'), b. May 5, 1820, at New Boston, 

N. H. ; m. , 1850, at Lowell, Mass., Joel Stone. Mr. and 

Mrs. Stone live at Cleveland, Ohio. 
Child: 

i. Charles Bradbury" Stone, b. Aug. 8, 1851; lives at Cleve- 
land, O. 



618 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

960. Calvin Harleigh 7 Averill (Moses 6 , Moses 5 , Ebenezer*, 
John 3 , William-, William'), b. Dec. 29, 1822, at New Boston, 
N. H.; m. Sept. 28, 1848, at Manchester, N. H., Mary Burns 
Gutterson (dau. of Amos Gutterson of Milford, N. H., and Mary 
Burns his wife), b. Mar. 27, 1831, at Milford; d. there Apr. 30, 
1864. Mr. C. H. Averill is a watchmaker, and a Jeffersonian 
Democrat, and has lived at Milford since 1824, at which time he 
came there with his father, Moses Averill. He is in fact a 
versatile Yankee with many interests. He wrote when nearly 
77 years of age: "I never was sick three times in my life, I am 
expected to make or repair anything from a fine watch to a 
locomotive, houses, etc. I play any instrument from a Jew's 
harp to an organ, wind or string; the bass-viol, viola and violin 
are my favorites. I assist physicians in surgery, and nurse the 
sick." All his leisure seems given to others because he has lived 
alone since the death of his wife, and the absence of his only 
child. It is said that all this family are very unconventional 
and independent in thought and life. 
Child : 

1972. i. Clementine Elexene\ b. Mar. 19, 1850, at Milford, N. H. 
She taught school for 28 years; m. at Washington, 
D. C, Herbert L. Lilly, who was a teacher for some 
years, and is now a lawyer in Cleveland, O., where they 
live. Mrs. Lilly wrote: "As for my great-grandmother, 
Nancy Parker, I have no doubts. As a' child I was 
always teasing my grandmother for stories of 'old 
times,' and she told me of my grandfather's childhood, 
and spokp of his mother as Nancy Parker. So you can 
consider that point settled." 

960k. Moses 7 Averill Jr. (Moses , Moses 7 ', Ebenezer*, John 3 , 

William-, William'), b. , ; m. Lucinda Doyn, dau. of 

Mrs. Doyn who m. for her second husband, Moses 1 ' (No. 427b). 

Children : 

1972a. i. James\ b. May 2, 1821, at Wilton, Me.; m. Sarah Perry. 

They livod at Wilton and had four children. He d. 

there, Dec*. 26, 1895. 
L972b. ii. Eben", b. Nov. 11, 1824, at Wilton, is living there and has 

ten children. 
1972c. iii. Wesley", b. Feb. 12, 1826, at Wilton; m. a woman from 

Nevada or California. They live in Nevada and have 

several children. 



The Seventh Generation 619 

1972d. iv. Lois", b. Jan. 30, 1830, at Wilton; m. Charles Eaton of 

Jay, Me. They live at Belton, Mo. 
1972e. v. Fanny", b. Jan. 6, 1833, at Wilton; m. there, Daniel Dacey. 

They live at Wilton and have two children. 
19721 vi. Mary 5 , b. Mar. 6, 1835, at Wilton; m. there, Frank Savage. 

They live at Wilton and have five children. 
1972g. vii. David C.\ b. Dec. 18, 1837, at Temple, Me.; m. Rhoda Ann 

Farmer. 
1972h. viii. Lizzie s , b. Aug'. 24, 1840, at Wilton; m. there, (1) Henry 

Simonds; m. (2) Moses Craig. They live at Farmington 

and have one child. 
1972L ix. Charles", b. Jan. 27, 1843. 
1972j. x. Washington", b. - — , - — ; d. y. 
1972k. xi. Hannibal", b. Apr. 10, 1850. 

965. Hon. Nathaniel 7 Averell (Samuel*, Benjamin 5 , Job*, 
Job 3 , William-, William 1 ), b. Jan. 31, 1804, at Frankfort, Me., 

m. , 18 — , Mary Spearing-, who was b. at Hartland, Me., 

and d. May 1, 1875, at Frankfort, where they lived. Mr. Averell 
was a blacksmith, a Republican, a member of the Maine Legis- 
lature for two terms, and held the office of Treasurer and Col- 
lector of the town of Frankfort for some years. He was a 
highly esteemed citizen. He d. Feb. 13, 1888, at Frankfort, aged 
84 years and 13 days. 

Children (all b, at Frankfort) : 

1973. i. Samuel", b. - — , 18 — ; m. (1) in Mass., Eliza Lord; 

m. (2) — . 

1974. ii. Mary", b. - — , 18 — ; d. in infancy. 

1975. iii. Henry", b. - — , 18 — ; cast away on a voyage from 

Antwerp to New York. He m. Sarah Treat, and they 
lived at Boston, Mass. 

1976. iv. Franklin", b. , 18 — ; is unm. and lives in Arizona. 

1977. v. Mary Ann", b. June 23, 1833; m. George Rollins of Salem, 

and lives at Salem, Mass. 

1978. vi. John T.\ b. Mar. 17, 1835; m. Feb. 20, 1864, at Lynn, 

Mass., Mary F. Somes (dau. of Isaac Somes and Han- 
nah Huzzey, his wife), b. 1842, at Wiscasset, Me. They 
have always lived at Frankfort. He was 28 years a 
blacksmith, for 18 years Deputy Sheriff, and at other 
times Constable and Town Agent, which last named office 
he held at date of writing. 

1979. vii. Elmira", called Myra, b. Apr. 3, 18 — ; m. 1859, at Salem, 

Mass., Norris Sawyer, son of Nathaniel Sawyer and 
Harriet (Eastman) Norris, and lives at Lynn, Mass. 2 
children. 



620 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

11)80. viii. Charles F.\ b. Feb. 6, 1839; m. Hattie Dorr. 

1981. ix. Harriet M.\ b. , 18 — ; m. Moses Palmer; lives at 

Salem, Mass. 

1982. x. William', b. Sept. 20, 1846; m. Tryphena Page. 

1983. xi. Eliza 5 , b. - — , 18—; lived at Salem; d. Feb. 11, 1901. 

970. Mahala 7 Averill {John 6 , Benjamin 5 , Job 4 , Job*, Will- 
iam-, William'), b. Oct. 10, 1804, at Alna, Me., lived at Alna, 
Jefferson, Searsmont, Solon, and Oldtown, Me. She m. Sept., 
1824, at Solon, Volicut Ouitioute Brown (son of Timothy Brown 
of Madison and Bangor, Me., and Alice Martin of Jaffry, N. H.), 
b. 1800, and d. Dec. 24, 1838, at Oldtown. She d. there, Sept. 21, 
1851. 

Children : 

i. Albert Orlando' Brown, b. Aug. 6, 1825, at Solon; m. 
Sept. 20, 1851, at Orono, Me., Frances Augusta Hinck- 
ley, 
ii. Isaac Llewellyn" Brown, b. Mar. 20, 1827, at Solon; m. 

Sept., 1849, at Oldtown, Anne Mebitable Smith, 
iii. Anne Maria" Brown, b. Mar. 22, 1829, at Solon; m. Oct. 

28, 1848, at Oldtown, Edson Palmer Chapman. 
iv. Frances Louise" Brown, b. Oct., 1831, at Solon; d. there 

Mar., 1833. 
v. Sarah Electa' Brown, b. Dec. 15, 1833, at Solon; lives at 

Oldtown. 
vi. Martha Anne" Brown, b. Mar. 7, 1836, at Oldtown; m. 

1858, Alonzo Whittlemore Sweet. 
vii. Mary Frances" Brown, b. Apr. 1, 1838, at Oldtown; m. 
there Mar. 12, 1862, Alpheus Kingsley Loe. She d. Jan. 
23, 1897, at Stillwater, Minn. 

972. John 7 Averill (John 6 , Benjamin', Job 4 , Job 3 , Will- 
iam-, William'), b. Nov., 1808, at Alna, Me.; m. Mary Burling- 
hame of Stillwater, Minn. He d. at Stillwater in 1852. 

Child : 

1984. i. Mary", b. , 18—; m. Mr. - - Crocker; lives at 

Minnehaha Park, Minn. 

973. Elihu Baxter 7 Averill (John", Benjamin', Job 4 , Job 3 , 
William'-, William'), b. Jan. 5, 1810, at Jefferson, Me., was a 
clergyman of the Universalist Church, and lived at Eddington 
and Dover, Me., and Westbrook, Tenn. He m. Aug. 24, 1837, 
at Charleston, Me., Amanda Malvina Cushing, dau. of Caleb 



The Seventh Generation 621 

Cushing of Haverhill, Mass. (son of Caleb, son of James, Caleb, 
Matthew) and Mary Church, his wife, of Dumbarton, N. H. 
Amanda Cushing was b. May 15, 1813, at Orange, N. H. ; d. 
Oct. 18, 1893, at Dover, Me. Her husband d. there Apr. 2, 
1887, and for years after his death he was mentioned with 
great affection and respect by his old parishioners and by old 
residents of Eddington and Dover where he last lived, and 
where for fifteen years he was Registrar of Deeds, an affection 
of the throat having made it advisable for him to cease preach- 
ing. 

Children (the two eldest b. at Eddington, the six youngest 
at Dover) : 

George Baxter", b. June 4, 1838; m. Lydia A. Brown. 

Frank Weston\ b. July 14, 1840; unra.; d. Jan. 14, 1908, 
at the Soldiers' Home at Tagus, Me. 

Anna Boynton", b. Oct. 24, 1844; living- at Dover. 

Mary Church-, b. Oct. 24, 1844; living- at Dover. 

Willard Cushing". b. May 12. 1847; m. Eliza McFadden. 

Florence Malvina", b. Jan. 29, 1852; d. Oct. 20, 1857, at 
Dover. 

1991. vii. Ambrose Henry", b. Mar. 19, 1854; d. Sept. 19, 1863, at 

Dover. 

1992. viii. Alice May", b. Nov. 21, 1856; lives at Dover. 

975. George 7 Averill (John 3 , Benjamin 5 , Job 4 , Job'-, Will- 
iam 2 , WillianV), b. July 1, 1816, at Searsmont, Me., was a farmer 
and lumberman, and settled at Alton, Me., before 1842. He 
lived also at Dover and Foxcroft, Me. He m. May 8, 1842, at 
Alton, Nancy Burrill (dau. of Charles Burrill of Dover, Me., 
and Nancy Carter, his wife), b. Dec. 1, 1822, at Dover. She 
was blind twenty years before she d. at Dover, Sept. 15, 1884. 
He d. Nov. 28, 1896, at Foxcroft. 

Children (all b. at Alton, excepting the last named) : 

1993. i. Anna Boynton", b. Feb. 25, 1843. 

1994. ii. George", Jr., b. Nov. 10, 1844; d. at Alton, Sept. 26, 1863. 

1995. iii. Mary Ethel", b. Dec. 16, 1847; lives at Foxcroft, Me., 

where she was Supervisor of Public Schools in 1898, 
and prob. much longer. She has been librarian of 
Thompson Free Library since 1901, and is interested in 
Grange and W. C. T. U. work. She is a very attractive 
woman. 



1985. 


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1986. 


ii. 


1987. 


iii. 


1988. 


iv. 


1989. 


v. 


1990. 


vi. 



622 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

1996. iv. Nancy Carter', b. July 26, 1850; d. June 4, 1887, at Fox- 

croft, Me. 

1997. v. Ellen Savage", b. July 17, 1852; m. Lewis Chase; lives at 

Woodburn, Ore. (1906). 

1998. vi. Luther Martin", b. Dec. 22, 1855; m. Amy Wilson. 

1999. vii. Janet Turner", b. Feb. 20, 1858; m. Hiram Farmer; lives 

at Charleston, Me. (1898). 

2000. viii. Frederic Albion", b. July 15, 1860, was an iron-molder, 

and lived at Alton, Dover, and Foxcroft, Me., and Chi- 
cago, 111. He m. Aug. 31, 1885, at Sebec, Me., Martha 
Sutherland (dau. of Andrew Sutherland of Sebec, and 
Rhoda Moore, his wife), b. 1863, at Sebec. He d. Mar. 
24, 1891, at Chicago. 

2001. ix. Abby Maria", b. Jan. 19, 1863; d. at Alton, Oct. 16, 1864. 

2002. x. Florence Malvina", b. May 25, 1866, at Dover; m. Alonzo 

Woodbury Gerrish. 

976. Mary A. 7 Averill (John 1 ', Benjamin 5 , Job 1 , Job", Will- 
iam-, William 1 ), b. Nov., 1818, at Searsmont, Me., lived there 
and at Stillwater, Me. She m. John P. Haynes, a lawyer, who 
lived at Bangor, Me., and d. there some years ago. She is living 
in California. 
Child : 

i. — , Dau.", who m. George Esterly of Washington, 

D. C, and is said to be a very talented woman. 

979. Henry 7 Avery {Isaac 6 , Benjamin 5 , Job\ Job'', Will- 
iam-, William 1 ), b. July 11, 1819, at Philadelphia, Penn., was a 
surgeon-dentist there. He m. Oct. 31, 1846, at Philadelphia, 
Emma C. Thomas (dau. of George Thomas, and Mary For- 
sythe, his wife), b. Aug. 6, 1826, at Bristol, Penn.; d. Sept. 22, 
1876, at Philadelphia. Dr. Avery d. there Oct. 31, 1896. 

Children (all b. at Philadelphia) : 

2018. i. Henry", b. Dec. 9, 1848; m. Apr. 22, 1879, at Philadelphia, 

Elizabeth Crawford Harrison. 

2019. ii. Edward Squibb", b. Nov. 30, 1852; d. Oct., 1859, at Phila- 

delphia. 

2020. iii. Mary Elizabeth", b. Mar. 18, 1859. 

981. George Washington 7 Avery (Isaac", Benjamin 5 , Job 1 , 
Job 3 , William- William'), b. 1824, at Philadelphia, Penn., was a 

banker and broker in that city, where he m. — , 1817, 

Emma Eckstein who was b. 1825, at Philadelphia, and d. there 
Apr. 11, 1875. Mr. Avery d. in 1869. 



The Seventh Generation 623 

Child : 

2021. i. Emma Eckstein", b. May 24, 1848; d. Feb. — , 1890, at 

Brumfieldville, Berks Co., Perm. 

982. Adeline 7 Avery (Isaac 6 , Benjamin 5 , Job 1 , Job 3 , Will- 
iam' 1 , William'), b. Jan., 1827, at Philadelphia, Perm., lives at 
Philadelphia (19—). She m. there Sept. 23, 1846, Joseph W. 
Bullock (son of Benjamin Bullock of Philadelphia, and Martha 
Maxwell, his wife), b. June, 1823, at Philadelphia, and d. there 
June, 1883. He was a comb manufacturer, and Mrs. Bullock 
continued the business after her husband's death. 
Children (all b. at Philadelphia) : 

i. Robert M. s Bullock, b. - — , 1848; d. 1852. 

ii. Charles A." Bullock, b. - — , 1850. 

iii. Susan A." Bullock, b. - — , 1852; m. Harvey Mitchell. 

iv. Martha" Bullock, b. - — , 1855; m. William Poulterer. 

v. Josephine" Bullock, b. - — , 1857; d. - — , 1857. 

vi. Annie" Bullock, b. - — , 1859; d. - — , 1860. 

vii. Joseph W." But lock, b. - — , 1863; d. - — , 1865. 

984. Isaac 7 Avery (William 1 ' Avery or Averell, Benjamin 5 , 
Job 1 , Job 3 , William 1 , William'), b. Sept. 17, 1813, at Jefferson, 
Me., was a ship-carpenter and farmer ; lived at Jefferson, Me., 
where he was a Selectman, and a highly respected citizen. He 
was a Republican and a leading member of the Baptist Church. 
He m. 1842, at Nobleboro, Me., Patience Hodgkins (dau. of 
Joseph Hodgkins of Nobleboro, and Mary Hanks, his wife), b. 
Nov. 11, 1820, at Nobleboro. He cl. Sept." 16, 1859, at Jefferson. 
Mrs. Avery m. (2) John Fuller of North Newcastle, Me., and 
they removed to Dalton, Texas. 
Children (all b. at Jefferson) : 

2022. i. William Emery", b. Dec. 20, 1846; he was a soldier in the 

Civil War, 6th Mass. Inf., re-enlisted in Mass. 12th Bat- 
tery, went to New Orleans and Baton Rouge. After the 
fall of Vicksburg and Port Hudson, he returned to Mass. 
He d. of fever, Oct. 4, 1865, at Lowell, Mass., six weeks 
after his return North. 

2023. ii. Mary Spinney", b. Feb. 26, 1849; m. J. W. Fuller. 

2024. iii. Isaac Emery", b. Nov. 15, 1855; m. Feb. 8, 1888, at Lynn- 

field, Mass., Carrie Louisa Palmer (dau. of - 
Palmer of Lynnfield, Mass., and Louisa Mansfield, his 
wife), b. May 9, 1858, at Lynnfield. 

2025. iv. Lilla S.\ b. Mar. 6, 1857; d. Sept. 16, 1893, at Lowell, 

Mass. 



624 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

985. Elizabeth 7 Avery (William* Avery or Aver ell, Benja- 
min 7 ', Job\ Job", William-, William'), b. June 17, 1815, at Jeffer- 
son, Me.; m. abt. 1839, James E. Stephenson, who was b. July 
6, 1818, at Natchez, Miss., d. Oct. 23, 1876, at Boston, Mass. 
They were burned out three times while living at Boston, and 
such records as they held were probably destroyed. She d. Mar. 
19, 1877, at Kittery Me. 
Children : 

i. Mary Ann' Stephenson, b. Sept, 6, 1840; m. John Rogers. 
ii. Sarah Isabel' Stephenson, b. Dec. 22, 1844, at Boston, 
Mass.; d. there Aug. 31, 1849. 

Mary Ann 8 Stephenson (Elizabeth 7 Avery, William* Avery 
or Averell, Benjamin 5 , Job\ Job'-, William-, William'), b. Sept. 
6, 1840, at E. Boston, Mass.; m. John Rogers of Kittery, Me. 
She d. Sept. 19, 1891, at Kittery. They had seven children : the 
second is the only one whose name has been given us. 

Children : 



i. 



ii. Richard J.' Rogers, of Kittery, Me. 

986. Willard 7 Averill called Avery (William''' , Benjamin', 
Job*, Job\ William', William'), b. Aug. 24, or 23, 1817, at 
Jefferson, Me. He was a trader and farmer, and lived at 
Jefferson and (1898) at N. Newcastle, Me. He m. Feb. 25, 
1849, at Newcastle, Rebecca (Simpson) Chapman (dau. of 
Robert Simpson* 2d, of Newcastle, and Elizabeth Mason, his 
wife, and the widow of Cyrus Chapman of Nobleboro, Me.), b. 
Dec. 5, 1819, d. Aug., 1900. He d. May, 1900. 

Children (all b. at Newcastle) : 

2026. i. John Spinney", b. Sept. 13, 1849; is an officer of House of 

Correction at Deer Island, Boston Harbor, Mass. 

2027. ii. Sarah Elizabeth", b. Apr. 19, 1851; d. Nov., 1861, at New- 

castle. 

2028. iii. Mary E. s , b. Aug. 17, 1852; m. Clarence Stone. They live 

at Royalston, Mass., and have a family. 

2029. iv. Miranda, called "Randa" Carter", b. May 7, 1858; m. (1) 

Le Roy Tuttle of Boston; m. (2) Julius A. Jones. They 
live at N. Newcastle, Me. 



See Cushman's Hist, of Sheepscot and Xvwcaxfle, Me. 



The Seventh Generation 625 



987. Mary 7 Avery (William'' 1 Averell or Avery, Benjamin 7 ', 
Job 4 , Job"; William-, William'), b. Dec. 9, 1819, at Jefferson, 
Me., lived at Gold Run, Placer Co., Cal. She m. Jan., 1848, at 
Boston, Mass., John Spinney (son of Thomas Spinney of Glou- 
cester, Mass., and Flavilla Coffin, his wife), b. Apr. 5, 1820, at 
Port Latour, Nova Scotia. Mrs. Spinney went to California by 
ship, around Cape Horn, abt. 1850. She d. Dec. 15, 1869, at 
Gold Run, Cal. 

Child : 

i. Arthur" Spinney, b. May 31, 1864, in Placer Co., Cal.; m. 
and has one child. 

988. Margaret 7 Avery (William'' 1 Averell or Avery, Benja- 
min 5 , Job*, Jolr, William-, William'), b. Aug. 11, 1823, at Jef- 
ferson, Me., lived at Jackson, Cal. ; m. Jan., 1849, at Boston, 
Mass., Jasper Vela or Velar (son of Gasper Velar of Spain and 
Cathariiia Pasqual, his wife), b. May 22, 1821, in Spain. She 
d. Mar. 22, 1897, at Jackson. 

Children : 

James" Vela, b. 1850, at Boston, Mass.; d. there in 1852. 
Jasper" Vela, b. July 30, 1854, in California. 
Willard" Vela, b. Apr. 6, 1857, in California; m. there 
and has had six children. 
iv. George" Vela, b. Apr. 30, 1859, in California; d. there 
Apr. 29, 1870. 

990. Thomas William" Averill {Thomas 6 , Benjamin?, Job', 

Job-, William 1 , William'), b. Apr. 26, 1816, at Alna, Me., was a 

lawyer, and lived at Alna, and at Boston, Chelsea, and Quincy, 

Mass., and Bolivar, Tenn. He m. Aug., 1838, at Quincy, Lydia 

Lincoln Souther ( dau. of John Souther of Quincy, and Lydia 

Lincoln, his wife), b. 1818, at Quincy, d. there 1891. He d. Oct, 

28, 1856, at Bolivar. 

Children : 

2030. i. Mary Catharine", b. June 29, 1839, at Middleburg-, Tenn., 

has lived at Bolivar. Term., Ketchum, Idaho, and Quincy, 

Mass. She m. June 4, 1879, at Quincy, Paul P. Baxter 

(son of Thompson Baxter of Quincy, and Dolly A. Per- 

ley, his wife), b. Apr. 21, 1835, at Quincy. He and his 

wife keep a large hotel ("The Baxter") at Ketchum. 

2031 ii. Lydia Lincoln", b. Apr. 26, 1845; m. (1) William H. Fol- 

lett; m. (2) Geo. W. Morton. 
2032. iii. William Thomas", b. Jan. 26, 1848, at Quincy; d. there 
Sept. 24, 1872. 



626 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

993. Rachel 1,7 Averill (Thomas'-, Benjamin 5 , Job*, Job 3 , 
William', William 1 ), b. Apr. 1, 1823, at Alna, Me., was educated 
at Wiscasset Academy, and has lived at Alna, 1840-45, Phila- 
delphia, Penn., Leominster, Mass., 1884, and at Kent's Hill, Me. 
She m. (1) at Boston, Mass., Rufus Kendal Cummings, an artist 
(son of Jonathan Cummings of Leominster, and Abigail Kendal, 
his wife), b. at Leominster, and d. there Mar. 29, 1864. She m. 
(2) (2nd wife) July 17, 1873, George Ropes Holmes of Lynn, 
Mass. (son of Capt. Benjamin Delone Holmes of Gloucester, 
Mass., and Martha Roe, his wife), b. in Boston. Mrs. Holmes 
has been indefatigable in her efforts to help perfect data of 
her line, and her assistance has been of great value. She and 
Mr. Holmes at the age, one of 83, and the other of 90, were in 
1906 mentally and physically extraordinarily vigorous. Mr. 
Holmes d. in 1907. 

Child (by first husband) : 

i. Abbie Jane" Cummings, b. Feb. 22, 1847, at Boston; m. 
Samuel Sargent. 

Abbie Jane s Cummings (Rachel 1 Averill, Thomas'' 1 . Benja- 
min', Job*, Job 3 , William', William'), b. Feb. 22, 1847, at Bos- 
ton, Mass. ; m. May 1, 1866, at Lynn., Mass., Samuel Sargent. 
She d. Sept. 15, 1875. 

Children : 

i. Rufus Samuel 1 ' Sargent, who lives at Lynn, Mass. 
ii. Lulu H." Sargent, who d. 1881. 

995. Joseph 7 Averill (William'", 2nd, Samuel 5 , Job*, Job*, 
William 2 , William'), b. May 4, 1802, at Alna, Me., was a farmer, 
and lived at Alna. He d. of typhoid fever, when a compara- 
tively young man. He was an excellent citizen, much respected 
by all who knew him ; diligent in business and an untiring 
worker, a member of the Methodist Church, and a Democrat. 
He was m. Apr. 20, 1824, at Alna, by Rev. Samuel Johnson, to 
Rachel Clifford Trask (dau. of Solomon Trask, Jr., of Edge- 
comb, Me., and Sally Clifford, his wife), b. Jan. 13, 1805, at 
Edgecomb, d. July 5, 1874, at E. Boston, Mass. She was buried 
at Sheepscot, Me. He d. Sept. 22, 1847, at Alna, and was buried 
at Sheepscot. The children of this family, like many other 



The Seventh Generation 627 

Averills, were all gifted with wonderfully good musical voices. 
Three sons were in the Civil War. 
Children (all b. at Alna) : 

2033. i. Caroline", b. June 4, 1825; m. Joseph Leighton. 

2034. ii. Wilmot", b. Mar. 2, 1826; m. (1) Lydia Jane Kelley; m. 

(2) Nellie Kelley. 

2035. iii. Sarah Anne Trask*, b. Dec. 25, 1828; m. Joseph Leighton. 

2036. iv. Jotham Donnell, b. Dec. 25, 1830; m. (1) Catharine 

Campbell; m. (2) Mrs. Minerva Peaslee. 

2037. v. William", 2nd, b. Dec. 30, 1832; m. Mary Ann Nolan. 

2038. vi. Emmeline Trivett s , b. Oct. 30, 1835; m. Eben Hodge. 

2039. vii. Charles Baker", b. Apr. 29, 1839; m. (1) Lydia Dickin- 

son; m. (2) Mrs. Harriet (Savage) Blackman. 

2040. viii. Joseph", b. Sept. 27, 1841; m. Sarah E. Hall. 

2041. ix. Edward", b. Dec. 31, 1844; m. Ruth Peaslee. 

2042. x. Orrin Tolman", b. Dec. 1, 1846; was a gentle but patriotic- 

lad who thought it his duty to fight for his country. He 
had enlisted for the Civil War, but d. of diphtheria, Dec. 
25, 1863, at Jefferson, Me., just before he was mustered 
in. 

996. Mary 7 Averill (William 8 , Samuel 5 , Job 4 , Job", Will- 
iam-, William'), b. June, 1804, at New Milford, Me.; m. June, 
1837, at Sheepscot Me., Thomas Rundlett. She d. Sept. 17, 
1867, at Alna, Me. 

Children : 

i. Son" Rundlett. d. y. 

ii. Son" Rundlett, d. y. 

iii. Son" Rundlett, d. y. 

iv. Susan" Rundlett, living at Sheepscot. 

v. Emmaline" Rundlett. 

vi. Mary" Rundlett, living at Sheepscot. 

997. "Deacon" Enos 7 Averill (William 6 , 2nd, Samuel 5 , Job'. 
Job 3 , William", William'), b. July 11, 1806, at New Milford 
(now Alna), Me., was a ship-builder by trade, a farmer and a 
Republican. "He was one of the salt of the earth," and greatly 
esteemed. He m. July 1, 1834, at Alna (in the old homestead 
sitting-room), Sarah Carlton (dau. of Benjamin Carlton of 
Alna, and Sarah, his wife), who was b. Apr. 10, 1810, at Alna, 
and d. Feb., 1898, at Chelsea, Mass. He d. Apr. 15, 1891, at 



628 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

Alna, in his fine old house on his good New England farm. His 
widow lived with her son at Chelsea, Mass., for some time before 
her death. Their son Hartley inherited the old homestead, 
which was part of the original holdings of his great-grand- 
father Israel Averell, and contains the old family burying ground 
of the said Israel. 

Children (b. at Alna) : 

2043. i. Hartley", b. Jan. 5, 1836; lives at Chelsea, Mass.; m. Jen- 

nie MeLintoek. He has been a successful business man. 

2044. ii. Enos "Carlton"", b. Nov. 10, 1841; d. at Alna, Mar. 7, 

1872, unm. 

998. Hiram 7 Averell 2nd (William, 2nd 6 , Samuel 3 , Job 4 ", 
Job 3 , William', William'), b. Nov. 11, 1808, at Alna, Me., was a 
shoemaker and farmer, and lived at Alna, Readfield and Farm- 
ingdale. Me. He was an honest, upright man, adhering strictly 
to his principles, and was a member and class leader in the 
Methodist Episcopal Church for over fifty years. In politics he 
was first a Democrat and later a Republican. He m. (1) Apr. 
28, 1845, at Alna, Clementine E. Averill (dau. of Francis Averill 
and Fiances Ann Young, his wife), b. Mar. 10, 1817, at Alna, 
d. June 27, 1848, at Readfield. He m. (2) at Readfield, Mary 
Jane Scott, b. Sept. 18, 1818, at Readfield, d. Mar. 7, 1884. He 
d. Mar. 20, 1890, at Farmingdale. 

Children (the three eldest b. at Readfield) (by first wife) : 

204.".. i. ALVARADO W.\ b. June 5, 1846, was a soldier during the 
Civil War; is at present in the West and is married. 

2046. ii. Theodore I.\ b. Nov. 13, 1847; unm. 

(by second wife) : 

2047. iii. Albert H.\ b. Mar. 27, 1851; m. Alice M. Brawn. 

2048. iv. Charles I.\ b. Jan. 24, 1853, at Gardiner, Me.; d. Dec. 9. 

1862, at Farmingdale, Me. 

2049. v. Ida EleonorV, b. June 30, 1858; m. Eugene Bachelder. 

1000. Samuel 7 Averell, 2nd (William 1 '', 2nd, Samuel 5 , Job'. 
Job-. William', William'), b. Oct. 26, 1814, at Alna, Me., was 
for many years a master-shipbuilder, and lived at Alna, and 
Newcastle, Me., Tacoma and Steilacoom, Wash. He m. June 
28, 1855, at Newcastle, Laura M. Chapman (dau. of Col. Hiram 



The Seventh Generation 629 

Chapman* of Nobleboro and Newcastle, Me., and Maria Chap- 
man, his wife), b. Feb. 3, 1836, at Newcastle or Damariscotta, 
Me. He was an able man. He d. Apr. 8, 1894, at Steilacoom. 
Children (all b. at Newcastle) : 

2050. i. Walter Chapman\ b. Nov. 28, 185(3; has lived at New- 

castle, Me., and Steilacoom, Pierce Co., Wash., where 
he is a real estate broker. 

2051. ii. Sanford Kingsbury\ b. Nov. 10, 1858; d. Feb. 25, 1863 or 

'65, at Newcastle. 

2052. iii. Lizzie Frances", b. Nov., 1862; m. (1) Mr. - 

Chase; m. (2) Chas. W. Allen (?). 



MEMORANDA. 



1134249 



Col. Hiram Chapman, b. at Nobleboro, Oct. 16, 1806, came to New- 
castle in 1854. He was a skilful mechanic, Col. of Regt., Selectman for 
several years, Justice of the Peace, Representative to the Legislature 9 
years, once President of the Senate, Judge of Probate 3 years, and an 
especially honored citizen. He d. at Augusta, Me., Mar. 15, 1864, and was 
buried at Damariscotta, Me. (see Cushman's History of Sheepscot and 
Newcastle, 1882) . 

1001. Eliza Jane 7 Averill (Samuel'', Samuel*, Job', Job-. 
William-. William'), b. June 24, 1805, at Newcastle, Me.; m. 
Apr. 15, 1834, at Newcastle, Joseph Curtis, Esq. (son of Seth 
Curtis of Hanover, Mass., and Lydia Hatch, his wife), b. July 
10, 1800 (Cushman's History of Newcastle). 

Children : 

i. Wixfield Scott s Curtis, b. Feb. 4, 1837; m. Emma C. 

Holmes, 
ii. - (Dau.P Curtis; d. y. (?). 

Winfield Scott s Curtis (Eliza Jane 7 Averill, Samuel'', Sam- 
uel", Job\ Job 3 , William', William 1 ), b. Feb. 4, 1837; m. June 6, 
1864, his cousin, Emma C. Holmes (dau. of Capt. John Holmes 
of Newcastle), b. June 12, 1838. He d. Mar. 25, 1876, at Lon- 
don, Eng. 

Children : 

i. Estelle" Curtis, b. June 9, 1865; she d. at Denver, Col., 

and was buried at Sheepscot, Me. 
ii. Claude" Curtis, b. Nov. 23, 1870. 
iii. Altha'' Curtis, b. Mar. 5, 1872. 



630 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 



1003. Austin 7 Averill (Samuel 6 , Samuel 5 , Job*, Job 3 , Will- 
lam' William 1 ), b. Oct. 28, 1809, at Newcastle, Me., in the old 
house which belonged to his father Samuel, Jr., was a farmer 
and lived at Newcastle. He m. there Apr. 1, 1852, Martha 
Kennedy of that town (dau. of William Kennedy and Hannah 
Hatch, of Bristol his wife), b. Oct. 24, 1829, at Newcastle, and 
who d. there Apr. 17, 1893. He d. at Newcastle Oct. 20, 1888. 

Children (all b. at Newcastle) : 

2053. i. Samuel Austin", b. May 25, 1853; d. at Newcastle, Sept. 

3, 1855. 

2054. ii. Samuel\ b. Oct. 26, 1856; m. Alma C. Nelson. 

2(15.".. iii. IsABF.i.i.E Curtis", b. Apr. 16, 1858; m. Joseph Hall, in her 
grandfather Averill's house at Newcastle. 

1008. Augustus Bertrand 7 Averell (Francis*, Samuel*, Job\ 
Job\ William'. William 1 ), b. Apr. 2, 1827, at Alna, Me., lives at 
Sheepscot, Me., in his father's house. He m. Mar. 8, 1881, at 
Alna, Etta M. West (dau. of Joseph West of Alna, and Lucinda 
Williams of Woolwich, Me., his wife), b. Feb. 12, 1855. Mr. 
Averell has an excellent memory and has helped solve some of 
the Alna Averell problems, especially in connection with "Major 
Jim," and some of his brothers, who were children of William"' 
(No. 180). 

Children (b. at Sheepscot) : 

2056. i. Iva F.\ b. Mar. 12, 1882. 

2057. ii. Lawrence A.\ b. May 1, 1891. 

1013. Joseph 7 Averell (James 6 , William 5 , Job*, Job 3 , Will- 
iam-, William'), b. Mar. 17, 1801, at Alna, Me.; m. (Int. pub, 
Sept. 27, 1828, at Alna, Me.), Caroline Otis (dau. of Eben Otis 
of St. George, Me., and Rebecca Williams, his wife), b. Feb. 1, 
L809. They lived at Alna, Searsport, Prospect, and St. George, 
Me. He was a ship-calker. He d. Sept. 14, 1873. at St. George, 
and Mrs. Averell d. June 16, 1882, at Richmond, Me. The 
Family Bible, hi the possession of Mrs. Lowell, furnishes the 
records of births. 

Children (all hut the three youngest h. at Prospect, now 
Searsport, Me.) : 

2058. i. Caroline", 1>. July 15. 1829; m. Samuel Lowell. 

2059. ii. MARY B.\ b. Sept. 28, 1831; m. Cyrus Osborne; has chil- 

dren. 



The Seventh Generation 631 

2060. iii. Frank Wilbur 3 , b. Sept. 10, 1833; m. Sarah Eliza Simp- 

son. 

2061. iv. Sarah\ b. July 6, 1835; m. William Low; d. Sept. 18, 1866, 

in Cal. 

2062. v. Clara M.\ b. July 8, 1837; m. William Boynton; is now a 

widow. 

2063. vi. Elbridge\ b. Mar. 27, 1840; m. (1) Kate Simmons; m. (2) 

Lucy Marshall. 

2064. vii. Ellen\ b. July 4, 1842; m. Capt. James Young; d. Apr. 

20, 1884, at St. George. 

2065. viii. Abbie\ b. Feb. 16. 1844, at Alna; m. Capt. Alden Linekin, 

and lives at Warren, Me. 

2066. ix. David Otis\ b. Jan. 13, 1846, at Alna; m. (1) Susan Libby; 

m. (2) Alice Gilchrist. He has children and lives at 
Thomaston, Me. 

2067. x. Charles", b. Aug. 16, 1849, at Alna; m. Cassie Call; lives 

at Richmond, Me. 

1017. Jane 7 Averell (James* Averell or "Avery". William 5 , 
Job 4 , Job 3 , William- 2 , William'), b. Dec. 25, 1811, at Alna, Me.; 
m. (1) Mr. Dunlap; m. (2) George Bragdon. She d. 1886, at 
W. Alna. 

Child (by second husband) : 

i. James 8 Bragoen, of Bath, Me. 

1019. Caroline 7 Averill (William 6 , William', Job*, Job 3 , 
William 2 , William'), b. abt. 1800, at Alna, Me.; m. David Hiseock 
of Bristol. (Pub. Nov. 19, 1825, at Alna, Me.) 

Children : 

i. Daniel' Hiscock, b. - — , 182-; m. - — , 

in Florida, 
ii. Augustus' Hiscock, b. , 182-. 

Daniel" Hiscock {Caroline 1 Averill, William", William 5 , 

Job*, Job"\ William-, William'), b. — , ; and d. in 

Florida. 

Child : 

i. Mary s HISCOCK. She had the Averill Family Bible. 

1020. William Smith 7 Averill (William 6 , William 5 , Job*, 

Job", William-, William')., b. , 1812, at Alna, Me.; m. abt. 

1834 or '35, Lucy Lucinda Turner, who was b. Apr. 9, 1814, at 
Alna, and d. there Oct. 3, 1897, aged 83 yrs. He d. Oct. 31, 



L'oTo. 


in. 


2071. 


i\ . 


2072. 


v. 



632 A v ere 11, Aver ill, Avery Family 

1852, aged 40 years. Both were buried in the Alna Cemetery 
beside Deacon William Averill. 
Children : 

2068. i. Francis A., b. Alar., 1835 or ':'.7; d. unm., Dec. 18, 1884, 

ae. 48 yrs. 9 mos. 

2069. ii. Albert, b. 1841; d. at New Orleans (Carleton), La., May, 

1864, ae. 23. He belonged to the 14th Regt. Maine Vol- 
unteers. 

Elizabeth ( Lizzie) s , b. - — , 1842; d. 1845. 

Ali>en\ b. , 1844; d. 1844. 

Mary Elizabeth", b. Aug. 23, 1847; m. Charles Seavey; 
lives at Alna, near the interesting- "old meeting house." 

1021. Eliza 7 Averill (William*, William 5 , Job\ Job'-, Will- 
iam-, William 1 ), b. , 18—, at Alna, Me.; m. 1828, 

Hezekiah Woodbury of Danvers (pub. Aug., 1828, at Alna). 

Children : 

i. William s Woodbury, of Danvers, Mass. 
ii. Albert" Woodbury, of Danvers, Mass. 

1022. Robert 7 Averell (Moses s , William 5 , Job 4 , Job 3 , Will- 
iam-. William 1 ), b. Aug. 7, 1805, at Orono, Me. (then called 
Stillwater Plantation), was a surveyor, lumberman and farmer. 
He m. (1) 183-, Catherine Paine Allen of New Sharon (?), Me. 
(dau. of John Allen and Susanna, his wife), b. at Farmington 
(?), Me., d. at Stillwater, 1862. He m. (2), Miss Eliza Wild 

Jewett (Int. pub. Jan. 1, 1855), b. Nov., 1807, at Solon, Me.; d. 
at Stillwater, May 28, 18(30. He m. (3) Mary A. (Warden) 
Avery, widow of Dwight Avery* of Orono, Me., b. 1811, in 
Vermont or New Hampshire; d. Dec. 16, 1881, at Stillwater. 
He d. May 13, 1895. 
Children : 
2073. i. Charles Laeayette\ b. 1841 or '42, at Orono, Me.; d. in 

infancy. 
207 1. ii. Ann PRiseiLL.V, b. Feb. 22, 1845, at Orono; lives at Still- 
water; m. John J. Quimby. 
2075. iii. "Susan"(na)* Margaret\ b. Aug. 13, 1847, at Orono; m. 
Mr. - Farnham. 



MEMORANDUM. 
Mrs. Susan M. Farnham holds the family Bible of her grandfather, 
Moses Werell (William), also the coffin plate of William Averell, which, 
with its record enabled us to identify this branch of the family as belonging 
in that of Alna, Mc She also holds the Family Bible of Dwight Avery's 
parents, not knowing any of his relatives to whom it would be acceptable. 



The Seventh Generation (>:>:> 

2076. iv. William Robert', b. Mar. 16, 1848; m. (1) Luella Davis; 

m. (2) Lizzie Lewis. 

2077. v. Charles Allen s , b. - — , 185- ; m. Helen Silsby. 

2078. vi. Nathan Allen', b. Sept. 27, 1852, at Oldtown, Me.; m. 

(1) Charlotte Chesley; m. (2) Lona Wallace. 

1025. Abigail 7 Averell (Moses 6 , William*, Job', Job", Will- 
iam-, William'), b. Apr. 12, 1811, at Orono, Me., m. (2nd wife) 
at Orono, Elder Enoch M. Fowler. 

Children : 

i. Samuel" Fowler, b. at Orland. 

ii. Moses A. s Fowler, who lives at Searsmont, Me. 

1027. William 7 Averell (Moses 6 , William 7 ', Job 1 , Job 3 , Will- 
iam 2 , William'), b. Nov. 5, 1814, at Orono (Stillwater), Me., 
was a valued Department clerk at Washington, D. C, for many 
years, and lived at Stillwater, and Washington. He m. Oct. 21, 
1841 (Int. pub. Sept. 25, 1841), at Stillwater, in their home on 
the east side of the road on the Hodgkins site, Susan H. Webster 
(dau. of Col. Ebenezer Webster," of Orono, and Lucy Dudleyf 
his wife), b. Jan. 1. 1819, at Oldtown, Me., d. Dec. 26, 1891, at 
Orono. He lived at Orono, and was one of the most highly 
respected citizens of that town. 

Children : 

2079. i. Martha', b. Dee. 16, 1842, at Orono, Me.; d. there Mar. 

28, 1861. 

2080. ii. Maria Caroline", b. Aug. 26, 1844, at Orono; m. Frank 

Gilman and had children. 

2081. iii. William S. s , b. Dec. 30, 1845. 

2082. iv. Kate Weston", b. - — , 184-; m. (1) Mr. Snow; m. (2) 

Dr. E. N. Mayhew. 

MEMORANDA. 

Col. Ebenezer Webster, b. Oct. 3, 1780, at Bang-or, Me., lived in 
Oldtown and Orono, where he d. 1855. He had another dau. who became 
the wife of Gov. Washburn of Maine. 

f Lucy' Dudley, b. 1783, was the sister of Paul' 1 Dudley (son of 
Thomas', Hon. William, Gov. Jos.", Gov. Thomas'). See Dudley Got. by 
Dean Dudley. 

2028. Maria Anne 7 Averell (Moses 6 , William 5 , Job 1 , J<>b\ 
William", William'), b. Nov. 19, 1818 (or '20?), at Stillwater 
(Orono), Me.; m. Stephen Pennell Wilson, b. Feb. 15, 1817 or 
'19, at Bowdoin, Me. They live at Bowdoin. 



634 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

"Children (all b. at Bowdoin, Me.) : 

i. William Henry" Wilson, b. - — , 185-; d. Sept., 1865, 

aged 18 (?), unm. 
ii. Margaret Ellen s Wilson, b. Nov. 25, 1852; m. Samuel 

Sylvester, 
iii. Melville Actor" Wilson, b. Sept. 15, 1860; m. 1880, at 

Lisbon, Me., Etta Vida Leonard, b. Sept. 2, 1863, at 

Lisbon. 
iv. Freddie s Wilson, b. - — , 186-; d. in infancy. 

Margaret Ellen" Wilson {Maria 1 Averell, Moses'' , William*, 
Job', Jolr, William-, William'), b. Nov. 25, 1852. at Bowdoin, 
Me., was educated at Litchfield Academy, and was a teacher. 
She m. Sept. 16, 1876, at Bowdoin, Samuel Sylvester, b. Oct. 16, 
1817. 

Child: 

i. Ella Adams" Sylvester, b. Oct. 6, 1877; m. Arthur Charles 
Yeaton. 

1029. Luther Hill 7 Averell (Moses*, William 5 , Job*, Job\ 
William', William'), b. Nov. 1, 1823, at Orono, Me. (T. R.), 

lived at Oldtown, Me. He m. (1) 185-, Elizabeth A. , 

who d. Dec. 5, 1856, aged 24 years. He m. (2) Dec. 11, 1864, 
at Exeter, Me., Eliza L. Garvin (dau. of Jeremiah Garvin of 
Concord, N. H., and Mary F. Hutchinson, his wife. (See The 
Hutchinson Fam., 1896.) She was b. Sept. 19, 1839, at Exeter, 
Me. They live at Oldtown. 

Children (by first wife) : 
2083. i. Son', b. Nov. 25, 1856; d. Nov. 28, same year. 

(by second wife) : 
2osl. ii. Martha G.\ b. Mar. 17, 186:], at Oldtown; m. Llewellyn 
Powers. 

1030. Moses Lucien 7 Averell (Moses 6 , William', Job*, Jolr, 
William" William'), b. July 31, 1825, at Orono, Me.; m. Aug., 
1860, at Bangor, Me., Albra Ellen Getchell (dau. of David 
Getchell of Oldtown, Me., and Rachel Maria Elliott, his wife). 
He d. Feb. 3, 189!. at Oldtown, where they lived. 

These children were educate:! in the country schools of Bowdoin, 
and at Litchfield Academy. 



The Seventh Generation 635 

Children (all b. at Oldtown) : 

2085. i. Albra Ellen", b. Apr. 7, 1861; is a teacher. 

2086. ii. Frank Lincoln", b. Apr. 16, 1865; lives at Oldtown; has 

been Town Treasurer; he is in the boot and shoe busi- 
ness. 

2087. iii. Gertrude", b. Mar. 7, 1867; is a teacher. 

1038. Miles 7 Averill ("Eben"ezer e , William 5 , Job*, Job 3 , 
William-, William'), b. Nov. 29, 1805, at Alna, Me., was a ship- 
builder, and lived at Sheepscot, Me. He m. (1) Oct. 16, 1834, 
at Alna, Sarah Hunt of Boston (dau. of Stephen Hunt), who d. 
1838, at Alna. He m. (2) Dec. 13, 1838, Nancy Hopkins (widow 
of Jacob Hilton, and dau. of Solomon Hopkins of Pemaquid, 
Me., and Esther Plummer. his wife), b. Nov. 12, 1810, at Jeffer- 
son, Me. He d. July 28, 1873, at Alna, and was buried in the 
Alna Cemetery by the old First Parish Church. 

Children (by first wife) : 

2088. i. Miles William", b. Jan. 30, 1838, at Sheepscot (Alna) ; 

m. Lauretta Pottle. 

(by second wife) : 

2089. ii. Arzilla", b. Mar. 10, 1844, at Alna; m. Fred N. Bosworth. 

She d. Oct. 25, 1876, at Alna. 

1036. Ebenezer 7 called "Eben" Averill Jr. ("Eben"ezer 6 , 
William 5 , Job*, Job 3 , William'. William'), b. Jan. 10, 1808, at 
Alna, Me., was a ship-builder and lived at Alna. He m. there 
(Int. pub. Nov. 9, 1829), Mary Prader Haggett of Newcastle 
(dau. of Deacon Haggett), b. Feb. 9, 1810, at Edgecomb, Me.; 
d. Apr. 5, 1895, at Maiden, Mass. She was buried in the New- 
castle Cemetery. He d. June 12, 1883, at Newcastle, and was 
buried there in the family lot. 
Children (all b. at Alna) : 

2090. i. Albion", b. Jan. 30, 1832; m. Lorintha H. Ross. 

2091. ii. Eliza Jane", b. Feb. 4, 1837; lived at Boston, Mass. She 

m. (1) Capt. Dunton; m. (2) Mr. Marshall. 

2092. iii. Marietta", b. Feb. 4, 1837; m. William M. Tobin. 

1041. William "Carr" 7 Averell (Carr\ William 5 , Job*, Job 3 , 
William 2 , William'), b. Aug. 6, 1819, at Orono, Me., was a lum- 
ber surveyor, and has lived at Orono and Brewer, Me. He m. 
at Boston, Mass., Sarah Chase, who d. 1892. Mr. Averell, still 



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636 Averell, Averill, Avery Family 

a tall, erect man, suggesting a youth and manhood of great 
vigor, was living alone in Brewer, a few years ago. 
Children : 
2i):).'!. i. Florence", m. Alonzo Thayer, lives at Hamden Corner, 
Hamden, Me. 
Herbert", m. Helen Holt; lives at Portland, Me. 
Jitie", m. Mr. Bragdon; lives at Biddeford, Me. 
Maria", m. - — ; lives at Deering, Me. 

Mary", in. Charles Cram; lives at Deering. 
Mattie\ d. 1883, at Brewer (?), Me. 

1055. "Capt." Cyrus Brown 7 Averell (Elijah Mayhew 6 , 
William*, Job*, Job 3 , William', William 1 ), b. Dec. 8, 1833, at 
Oldtown, Me., is a master mariner and mechanic, and lives at 
Hartford, Conn. He m. Aug. 18, 1854, at Rockland, Me., Mrs. 
Hannah Sophia (Eldridge) Anderson (dau. of Capt. Edmond 
Eldridge of Brewster, Cape Cod, Mass., and Hannah Jane Hop- 
kins, his wife), b. Nov. 7, 1826, at Orrington, Me. 

Children (all b. at Rockland, Me.) : 

2099. i. Harriet Sophia", b. June 3, 1855; d. Sept. 5, 1855, at 

Rockland. 

2100. ii. Minnie Sophia", b. Mar. 3, 185-; m. Apr. 18, 1883, at New 

York, Richard Burpee. 

2101. iii. Frank B.", b. May, 1857; d. Oct. 11, 1888, at Rockland. 

1057. Frank Bullock 7 Averill (Elijah Mayhew 6 , William 5 , 
Job\ Job-, William', William*), b. Aug. 25, 1844, at Rockland, 
Me.; lives at Rockland. He m. Sept. 14, 1865, at Rockland, 
Margaret Hunter Martin (dau. of William Martin and Deborah 
McFarland, his wife), b. Mar. 31, 1838, at Bristol, Me. 

Children (all b. at Rockland, Me.) : 

21H2. i. Frank C", b. Nov. 27, 1866; d. July 27, 1882, at Rockland. 
21H3. ii. Cyrus B., 2nd", b. Sept. 27, 1868; d. Feb. 22, 1889, at Rock- 
land. 

2104. iii. Albert E.", b. Aug. 6, 1875. 

2105. iv. William", b. Aug. 6, 1875; d. Oct. 2, 1898, at Rockland. 

1059. George 7 Averell (Ezekiel 9 , John", Job 1 , Job 3 , Will- 
iam-, William'), 1). Mar. 20, 1799; m. May 25, 1825, at Alna, Me., 
Paulina Hodge, b. Sept. 3, 1806, at Alna (?), d. at Bangor, Me. 
He (1. Apr. 25, 18:n, at Dixmont, Me., where he had lived for 



The Seventh Generation 637 

some years. His name appears in many real estate transactions 
at Dixmont [Penobscot Co. Deeds]. 
Children : 

2116. i. Austin F.\ b. June 5, 1826, at Dixmont; m., lives at Veazie, 

Me. 

2117. ii. Emery J.\ b. Mar. 9, 1828, at Dixmont; d. Dec. 9, 1888, at 

Bangor, Me. 

1060. Warren 7 Averell (Ezekiel*, John 5 , Job 4 , Job 3 , Will- 
iam-, William'), b. May 10, 1801, at Alna, Me., was a farmer, 
and lived at Alna. He m. (1) Oct. 28, 1828, Sarah Hilton 
(dan., of Jacob and Sarah Averill (No. 437), his wife), b. May 
5, 1802, and d. Nov. 11. 1838. He m. (2) Mar. 20, 1839, Eliza 
B. Hilton (sister of his first wife), b. 1804; d. Mar. 2 or 5, 1877, 
aged 73 years and 10 days. He d. Apr. 5, 1877. All were buried 
in the Alna Cemetery. 

* Children (from F. B. in possession of Emery Averell) (by 
first wife) : 

2118. i. Emery F.\ b. May 4, 1830; unm. 

2119. ii. Warren Fay\, b. Oct. 27, 1832; m. Harriet Powers of 

Alna, and had two or more children living at Bath, Me. 
He d. Oct, 8, 1891, at New York City. 

2120. iii. Sarah Elizabeth', b. Mar. 4, 1835; d. at Alna, Aug-. 29, 

1862. 

2121. iv. Mary Eliza', b. Oct. 27, 1838; d. at Alna. Jan. 23, 1839. 

(by second wife) : 

2122. v. Catherine B.\ b. Sept. 17, 1841. 

2123. vi. Adeliza\ b. Dec. 27, 1844. 

2124. vii. Ezekiel\ b. Sept. 27, 1846; d. Feb. 1, 1869. 

1061. Deacon Christopher 7 Averell (Ezekiel 6 , John*, Job 4 , 
Job 3 , William', William'), b. Feb. 19, 1805, at Alna, Me., lived 
at Richmond and Wiscasset, Me. He m. 1830, Abigail Clifford 
of Edgecomb (dau. of Eben Clifford of Solon, Me., and Sarah 
Roth, his wife), b. Mar. 4, 1808, at Solon; d. Nov. 11, 1880, at 
Wiscasset. He was very active in church work, and a much 
respected man. He d. Oct. 17, 1874, at Wiscasset. 

Children : 

2125. i. Ezekiel\ b. Oct. 14, 1831, at Richmond; m. Mary J. Niles. 

2126. ii. Mary Elizabeth', b. Dec. 16, 1832, at Richmond; m. Alden 

Morse. 



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638 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

2127. iii. S. Abbie\ b. Aug. 17, 1834, at Richmond; unm. 

2128. iv. George W.\ b. June 30, 1839, at Wiscasset, Me.; d. Oct. 8, 

1863, at sea. 

1067. General John Thomas 7 Averill (John 1 ', John 5 , Job\ 
Job 3 , William", William')., b. Mar. 1, 1825, at Alna, Me.; d. Oct. 
3, 1889, at St. Paul, Minn., having lived in several states and 
come to more honors than the majority of our great stock have 
attained. He m. Nov. 23, 1848, at Montville, Me. (where he 
and his father lived for a time), Hannah Elizabeth Atkinson 
(dau. of Samuel Atkinson of Montville, Me., and Clarissa Ayer, 
his wife), who was b. Feb. 24, 1827, at Montville. She is still 
living. 

Mr. Averill was graduated at the Wesleyan Seminary, 
Kent's Hill, Me., in 1846 ; and after teaching a short time, he 
engaged first in the lumbering business, and finally in mercantile 
business at Montville, in which he continued until 1851. He 
was at Winthrop, Me., in 1851, and then removed to Pennsylva- 
nia and resumed lumbering, settling at Tioga, where he had a 
lumber mill. He remained there until 1857, when he removed 
to Lake City, Minn. 

In 1856 he was a member of the National Convention, which 
nominated Fremont ; he was a member of the first Senate at the 
organization of the State of Minnesota, in 1858, and of those 
of 1859 and 1860. During the Civil War he was Lieut. Col. 6th 
Minn. Vol., 1862; Col. 6th Minn. Vol., 1864, in campaigns 
against the Sioux Indians; A. A. Provost Marshal, Gen. and 
Disbursing Officer in 1864 at St. Paul; and honorably mustered 
<»ut, Oct. 18, 1865; Brev. Brig. Gen. of Volunteers. Oct. 18, 1865. 

After the war, Gen. Averill moved to St. Paul (1865), and 
bought a paper mill at Minneapolis in January of the following 
year; at which time he also opened a wholesale paper store in 
St. Paul, the firm name being Averill, Russell & Carpenter. He 
continued in this business until his death, residing at St. Paul 
(1889). 

For 12 years Gen. Averill represented Minnesota on the 
Republican National Committee,— 1868-1880. He was a mem- 
ber of the 12d and 43d Congresses from Minnesota, 1871-1875; 
was a member of the St. Paul Chamber of Commerce, the Grand 



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The Seventh Generation 641 

Army of the Republic ; and Loyal Legion, not to mention other 
organizations. He was a man of strict and unswerving integ- 
rity in public as in private life, and faithful in all his relation- 
ships, — family, social, or civic. Like many Maine men, he was 
a warm friend and political supporter of Mr. Blaine, and he 
was greatly disappointed when he failed to receive the nomina- 
tion for president at Cincinnati in 1876. But for himself, after 
he left Congress, he steadfastly refused to be a candidate for 
other high offices, and from that time devoted himself to busi- 
ness. 

At the time of his death, the press of his city and state 
mentioned him with great honor, dwelling on his high character 
as well as his ability and the services he had rendered his state 
and country. 

Gen. Averill left a very interesting family of daughters, 
who are widely known for their attractive qualities. 

The children of John T. and Hannah Elizabeth (Atkinson) 
Averill were : 

2129. i. Emma Clara 8 , b. Oct. 16, 1852, at Winthrop, Me.; m. Hon. 

Wm. H. Stowell. 

2130. ii. Mary Ellen\ b. Oct. 9, 1855, at Tioga, Pa.; m. Nov. 1, 

1882, at St. Paul, Minn., Charles Mutler Drake, M. D., 
son of Charles M. Drake of Knoxville, Tenn. She d. 
Apr. 22, 1887, at Knoxville. 

2131. iii. Anna May 8 , b. Nov. 21, 1859, at Lake City, Minn.; m. 

Dec. 17, 1890, at St. Paul, Minn., Edwin James Jaggard. 

1069. Mary Stewart 7 Averell (James*, John 5 , Job 4 , Job 3 , 
William-, William'), b. Sept. 22, 1822, at Alna, Me.; lived at 
Lynn., Mass., 1855-67; at Winchester, Mass., 1867-73; at Chi- 
cago, 111., 1873-93. She m. Sept. 27, 1847, at Chicago, Capt. 
Franklin Lawrence (son of Edward Lawrence of Pittston, Me., 
and Abigail Wells of Ipswich, Mass., his wife), b. July 3, 1820, 
at Pittston, d. Feb. 14, 1872, at Winchester. She d. Mar. 7, 
1893, at Chicago. 

Children : 

i. Anna Bradford* Lawrence, b. Apr. 17, 1851, at Pittston, 

Me., lives (1899) at Chicago, 
ii. Edward Wells" Lawrence, b. Jan. 19, 1853, at Hadley, 

111.; m. Martha Ellis; dec. 



642 Aver ell, Ave rill, Avery Family 

iii. James Averell' Lawrence, b. Nov. 21, 1857, at Lynn, 
.Mass.; m. July 24, 1883, at Marshalltown, la., Charlotte 
J. Wyllis, and lives at Chicago. 

Edward Wells s Lawrence (Mar if Averell, James*, John*, 
Job\ Job-, William', William'), b. Jan. 19, 1853, at Hadley, 111.; 
m. Dec. 26, 1893, at Shawneetown, 111., Martha St. Clair Ellis. 

He d. Oct. 31, 1894, at Centralia, 111. 
Child : 

i. Anna Averell 5 ' Lawrence, b. Oct. 6, 1894, at Centralia. 

1070. Capt. Albert James 7 Averell (James 2nd 6 , John 5 , 
Job 4 , Job, William 2 , William 1 ), b. Mar. 20, 1824, at Alna, Me., 
was first a salt water sailor, under his father, Capt. James 
Averell, a prosperous ship-builder of Maine ; then Captain of the 
steamship Independence, the first steamship to enter the fresh 
waters of Lake Superior. It was soon after he settled at Chi- 
cago that he first took this same ship across from Chicago to 
the South and across the portage. It was transferred on rollers 
around the Sault Ste. Marie by men and teams, in the year 
1843. In 1848 he was tempted to go to California, and crossed 
the Isthmus of Panama to reach that land of promise. He 
accepted the captaincy of the clipper-schooner, Eclipse, sailing 
between San Francisco and Sacramento. In 1850 he com- 
manded the McKim, the first steamer in those waters; and in 
1851 the New World, a much finer steamer on the same route. 
July 4, 1852, he was m. at Wiscasset, Me., near his old ancestral 
town, to Anna Butler Foote (dau. of Erastus Foote of Wiscasset, 
and Eliza Carleton, his wife), b. Oct. 8, 1827, at Wiscasset. 
Mrs. Averell accompanied her husband on his return to Cali- 
fornia. Soon after his arrival he took command of the Senator, 
the largest and finest steamer which had ever been on the Sac- 
ramento River. In 1855 he gave up maritime life and settled 
at Chicago, with which place he was identified until his death. 
He engaged first in the lumber business, and later in real estate, 
lie was connected with nearly all the big real estate transfers 
made in Chicago up to ten years before his death, and he 
availed himself of his well earned leisure to travel extensively 
with Mrs. Averell both at home and abroad. Capt. Averell was 
a resident of Chicago for nearly fifty years, and was a valued 



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The Seventh Generation 645 

citizen of the town in whose marvellous development he had 
taken an active part. He was a man of rare character, untiring 
energy, inexhaustible resources, and noted for his integrity and 
fidelity in all relationships, domestic, social, financial and civic. 
An unusually commanding presence, with great dignity of man- 
ner made him seem somewhat severe at times, but in reality he 
was very gentle and courteous. His death, Sept. 6, 1896, at his 
residence on Michigan Ave., where the family had lived for 
some years, was a distinct loss to the great city, and tributes 
from the press and friends attested the value of his life and 
influence in the community. Many of the foregoing statements 
are extracts from such articles which friends and relations 
endorsed as just tributes to a noble life. His widow, Mrs. 
Averell, still resides in the old home, and in quiet and unosten- 
tatious ways fills an enviable position ; she gives generously to 
many good causes, and has recently endowed a ward of ten free 
beds in the Presbyterian Hospital of Chicago, in memory of her 
late husband. Mr. and Mrs. Averell had but one child. 
Child: 

2132. i. A Son", , b. 1854; d. in infancy. 

1071. Anson 7 Averill (James 6 , John 5 , Job 4 , Job 3 , William 2 , 
William 1 ), b. Dec. 10, 1825, at Alna, Me., was a sea-captain, 
miner and ranch-owner, at Petaluma, Cal. He lived last at San 
Francisco, Cal. He m. Nov. 9, 1860, at San Francisco, Sarah 
Brooks Haskell (dau. of George Haskell and Harriet Milliken, 
his wife), b. Mar. 6, 1835, at Haverhill, Mass. He d. Jan. 23, 
1887, at San Francisco. 

Children (first five named b. at San Francisco, the last four 
at Petaluma) : 

2133. i. Albert James", b. July 15, 1861; m. Lillie V. Robbins. 

2134. ii. Herbert Ellsworth 8 , b. Aug. 27, 1862; m. Oct. 1, 1898, at 

Chicago, 111., Elizabeth Mercy Mayo (dau. of Capt. 
Henry Herbert Mayo* of Chicago, and Agnes Ingra- 
harmf his wife), b. June 23, 1870, at Rock Island, 111. 

2135. iii. Hilda Lawrence", b. July 28, 1866. 



* H. H. Mayo (father of Elizabeth Mayo Averell), Captain U. S. A., 
was b. in England, and belonged to a well known old family. 

t The father of Agnes Ingraham (mother of Elizabeth Mayo Averell) 
was a captain in the War of 1812. 



646 Averell, Averill, Avery Family 



2136. iv. Anna Lenox", b. Nov. 8, 1867. 

2137. v. Anson Burlingame", b. Apr. 12, 1869. 

2138. vi. Elizabeth Sarah\ b. June 23, 1873, lives at Oakland, 

Cal. She m. Nov. 10, 1896, at San Francisco, Frederick 
F. G. Harper (son of Richard L. Harper of England 
and New York), b. Feb. 15, 1867, at New York. 

2139. vii. Walter Badger', b. Apr. 22, 1876. 

2140. viii. Eleanor Upton', b. Apr. 3, 1878. 

2141. ix. Bradford Stan wood", b. June 25, 1885. 

1072. Anna Maria 7 Averell (James 6 , Jolur, Job 4 , Job 3 , 
William", William'), b. Sept. 18, 1827, at Alna, Me., lived at 
Chicago, 111., and m. Aug. 15, 1867, at Chicago, Ira W. Buell 
(son of Hiram Buell of Hamilton, N. Y., and Polly Higgins his 
wife), b. Dec. 10, 1830. She d. Mar. 6, 1887, at Chicago. 

Child : 

i. Elizabeth Averell" Buell, b. Aug. 8, 1870, at Chicago; 
m. there, Nov. 20, 1893, Harry Clark Patterson. 

Elizabeth AverelP Buell [Anna 1 Averell, James 6 , John 5 , 
Job 4 , Job 3 , William', William 1 ), b. Aug. 8, 1870, at Chicago, 111.; 
m. there, Nov. 20, 1893, Harry Clark Patterson; they live at 
Chicago. 

Child: 

i. Buell Averell'' Patterson, b. May 10, 1895, at Chicago. 

1075. Edwin Smith 7 Averell (Guif, John", Job 4 , Job 3 , Will- 
iam", William'), b. 182-, at Alna, Me.; m. Melinda Butler, and 
lived at Alna, Stillwater, Atkinson, and Bangor, Me. 

Children : 

2142. i. Fidelia", m. Nathaniel Teague of South West Harbor, Me., 

later of Mt. Desert, Me. 

2143. ii. Matilda Edwina", m. Daniel Littlefield of Winterport, Me. 

2144. iii. Dora", b. at Atkinson, Me.; m. Abner Clemens. 

1076. Guy 7 Averell (Guy 6 , John 5 , Job 4 , Job 3 , William- 2 , Will- 
iam 1 ), a posthumous child, b. Dec. 26, 1824, at Alna, Me., has 
lived at Alna, Stillwater and Atkinson, Me. He m. Mahala Jane 
Carsley of Ornville, Me. (dau. of Moses Carsley and Hannah 
Robbins, his wife). 



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Children : 

2145. i. Eben Guy", b. May 4, 1849; served in Civil War; lived in 

Kansas. Fate unknown. 

2146. ii. John Lucien s , b. May 22, 1851; m. Caroline Sting; lives 

at Bay City, Mich., has one dau. 

2147. iii. Daniel Chase s , b. May 24, 1853; m. (1) Lucretia P. 

Walker; m. (2) Lavina (Meder) Mace. 

2148. iv. Willis", b. Feb. 5, 1855; lives at Atkinson, Me., unm. 

2149. v. Edwin Sumner", b. Oct. 29, 1862; m. Lena Evans. 

2150. vi. George William", b. Aug. 3, 1864; lives at Foxcroft, Me.; 

m. Maud Stevens, has one dau. 

2151. vii. Henry Allen", b. Apr. — , 1869; d. , 1872. 

2152. viii. Louise Richmond", b. - — , 1871; d. - — , 1873. 

2153. ix. Jennie Gross", b. Sept. 6, 1875; m. Anson Tewkesbury. 

1077. Emily A. 7 Averill (Nathaniel 6 , John 5 , Job 4 , Job 3 , 
William-, William') , b. July 3, 1824, at Alna, Me.; m. Jan., 1843, 
at Boston, Mass., William Melius, her cousin. 
Children: 

i. Emma A." Mellus, b. Feb. 5, 1848; d. Apr. 10, 1858. 
ii. Elzeria" Mellus, b. Sept. 25, 1850; m. John Warren; d. 
Oct. 9, 1896. 

1079. Susan J. 7 Averill (Nathaniel 1 ' 1 , John 5 , Job 4 , Job 3 , 
William-, William 1 ), b. Jan. 17, 1828, at Alna, Me,; m. June 8, 
1846, at Roxbury, Mass., George W. Robinson. They live at 
Montville. Me. 
Child : 

i. Hattie" Robinson, b. Feb. 14, 1855, at Roxbury; m. Mr. 
Wellington. 

1082. Nathaniel 7 Averill Jr. (Nathaniel", John", Job*, Job 3 , 
William-, William'), b. Jan. 1, 1834, at Alna, Me.; m. Apr. 7, 
1867, at Montville, Me., Emma Cookson (dau. of John D. Cook- 
son, now of Illinois, and Emily Warren of Freedom, Me., his 
wife), b. Dec. 3, 1848, at Freedom. He is a carpenter and lives 
at Roxbury, Mass. 

Children : 

2154. i. Annie L.", b. Mar. 24, 1868, at Montville; d. June 19, 1876, 

at Roxbury. 

2155. ii. Herbert R.\ b. Feb. 27, 1870, at Montville. 

2156. iii. Kirkwood", b. Dec. 9, 1874, at Roxbury; d. there Feb. 2, 

1879. 

2157. iv. Florence" (^Flossie") P., b. Aug-. 17, 1876, at Roxbury. 



648 Averell, Averill, Avery Family 

1083. Mary Frances 7 Averell (Nathaniel''', John 5 , Job*, Job 3 , 
William 2 , William'), b. Nov. 23, 1839, at Montville, Me.; lives 
at Montville. She m. Oct. 13, 1864, at Roxbury, Mass., Adoni- 
ram J. Barteaux, a ship-carpenter (son of Robert Barteaux of 
Aylsford, N. S., and Olivia Wheelock, his wife), b. July 30, 
1839, at Aylsford. They are both members of the Church of 
the New Jerusalem (Swedenborgian) at Roxbury, Mass. 
Children (both b. at Roxbury) : 

i. Gertrude Averell" Barteaux, b. Oct. 13, 1870; m. Joseph 

Conilliard. 
ii. Clara E. 8 Barteaux, b. Feb. 21, 1878. 

Gertrude Averell s Barteaux (Mary 7 Averell, Nathaniel 6 , 
J<>hn\ Job*, Job 2 , William 2 , William'), b. Oct. 13, 1870, at Rox- 
bury, Mass. ; m. May 6, 1888, Joseph Conilliard. 

Child: 

i. Cora May" Conilliard, b. July 7, 1889. 

1087. Charles Gardiner 7 Averell (Arthur*, Ezekiel 5 , Job*, 
Job 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. Jan. 8, 1820, at Newcastle, Me., is 
a merchant, and has lived at Alna, Newcastle, and Damaris- 
cotta, Me., Goodhue County, and town of Kenyon, Minn. He has 
lived at Alna P. O. (Head Tide) since 1865. He m. (1) June 28, 
1846, at Nobleboro, Me., Caroline M. Chapman, b. Sept. 23, 
1819, at Damariscotta ; d. Jan. 13, 1848. He m. (2) at Wiscas- 
set, Mar. 4, 1851, Calista Chapman (sister of Caroline, his first 
wife) , who was b. at Damariscotta, Nov. 7, 1814, and d. Dec. 
16, 1854. He m. (3) at Warren, Me., Nov. 11, 1864, Julia Ann 
Turner Chapman (dau. of Stephen Chapman of Jefferson, Me., 
and Mary Johnson, his wife), who was b. May 7, 1833, and is 
still living (1897). 

Children (by second wife) : 

2158. i. Jane Abby\ b. - — , 1852, at Damariscotta, Me., d. in 

infancy. 

(by third wife) : 

2159. ii. Charles Wilson', b. Oct. 1, 1865, at Alna; a teacher for 

some years; Prin. of Chelmsford High School; now a 
physician at North Reading, Mass. (1903). 
2100. iii. Ernest Lincoln", b. Oct. 24, 1866, at Alna. 

2161. iv. Annie Leland\ b. July 16, 1868, at Alna. 

2162. v. Hortense Elenor\ b. Feb. 22, 1873, at Alna. 



The Seventh Generation 649 

1101. Elizabeth Kennedy 7 Averell {Daniel Gent 6 , Ezekiel*, 
Job*, Job 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. 1836, lives at Dresden Mills, 
Me. She m. Jan., 1860, Francis W. Houdlette, b. 1834. 

Children: 

i. Herbert Wilson s Houdlette, b. Dec. 19, 1863; d. Oct. 19, 

1881. 
ii. Marie Reed" Houdlette, b. Jan., 1865; m. Feb. 26, 1892, J. 

Pearl Card. 
iii. William Ryfles" Houdlette, b. Feb. 21, 1876. 

1102. Job called "Joseph" 7 Averell {Daniel Gent'', Ezekiel 5 , 
Job*, Job 3 , William", William 1 ), b. 183- ; lives at New Orleans, 
La., and is Captain of one of the Morgan ferryboats, the great 
transfer boats on the Mississippi. He m. Lulu Vance. 

Children : 



2163. 




Grace". 


2164. 


i. 


Lulu s . 


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ii. 


May\ 


2166. 


v. 


Daniel" 



1104. Albert 7 Averell {Daniel Gent 5 , Ezekiel 5 , Job 4 , Job 3 , 
William 2 , William 1 ), b. 183- ; is a Captain of one of the ferry 
boats on the Mississippi. He m. (1) Rosa Todswier, who d. 1877. 
He m. (2) Grace Follett. They live at Algiers, La. 

Children (by first wife) : 

2167. i. Louis Albert 8 . 

2168. ii. Clarence Hilton", lives at Algiers, La. 

(by second wife) : 

2169. iii. Albertha\ 

2170. iv. Reed Follett". 

1105. George Washington 7 Averell {"Natha7i"iel G , Ezekiel 5 , 
Job\ Job 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. "Sat. A. M. at 4 o'clock. 
Fair and clear"., Dec. 9, 1820, at Whitefield, Me.; m. Dec. 2, 
1852, Caroline Pillsbury Dudley (dau. of Roland Dudley* of 
Piscataquis Settlement, and Ann Mclntire, his wife) , b. Feb., 
1826, at Passadunkeag, Me.; d. Apr. 4, 1894, at Oldtown, Me. 
He d. there Feb. 2, 1889. 

* Roland Dudley and Ann Mclntire, both of Piscataquis Settlement, 
were m. by Joseph Butterfield. Justice of the Peace, June 22, 1815. (Orono 
T. R., now in office of Town Clerk at Oldtown, Me.— Ed.) 



650 Averell, Averill, Avery Family 



Children (all b. at Oldtown) : 

2171. i. Charles', b. , 1853; d. y. 

2172. ii. Alice Marion", b. July 29, 1855. 

2173. iii. Lew WALLACE 8 , b. Sept. 30, 1862, is an Agt. of the Am. Ex. 

Co., and lives at N. Conway, N. H. 

2174. iv. Helen Mabel 1 , b. Mar. 29, 1867. 

1107. Francis Ousville 7 Averell ("Nathan"iel 6 , EzekieV', 
Job\ Job*, William', William'), b. Oct. 31, 1826, at Bath, Me., 
was a blacksmith and lived at Bath and Oldtown, Me. He m. 
Dec. 10, 1860, at Curwinsville, Pa., Martha C. Bloom (dau. of 
James Bloom and Mary Passmore, his wife), b. June 12, 1842, 
at Curwinsville, Pa.; d. Sept. 11, 1865, in Bloom Township, 
Penn. 

Children : 

2175. i. James Henry\ b. Feb. 25, 1862, at Bloom Township; m. 

Dec. 22, 1887, at Vanormer, Pa., Emma Dean. 

2176. ii. Alice", b. Apr. 11, 1863, at Bloom Township; m. May 5, 

1879, at Curwinsville, Penn., George Kulm. 

2177. iii. William Rufus\ b. Aug. 1, 1869, at Bloom Township; m. 

Feb. 17, 1892, at Grampian, Penn., Mary Bowles. 

2178. iv. Charles Vincent", b. Aug. 2, 1874, at Curwinsvillle, unm. 

1114. AbieF Avery (Joseph 1 ', Enoch 5 , Israel* Averell, Job 7 ', 
William-, William 1 ), b. Jan. 30, 1802, at Jefferson, Me., was a 
teacher for some years, Justice of the Peace 30 years at Rich- 
mond, Me., Clerk and Asst. Assessor of the Fourth District of 
the U. S. Int. Rev. Dept., at Sacramento, Cal. He lived at 
Jefferson and Richmond. Me., and after Feb., 1863, at Sacra- 
mento, Cal. He m. (1) Nancy Marston, who was b. at Methuen, 
Mass., and d. after Jan. 17, 1842, at Richmond. He was m. (2) 
June 9, 1857, by Rev. W. H. Humphrey, at Richmond, to Sarah 
Jane Toothaker (dau. of John Toothaker of Harpswell, Me., 
and Sarah Ridley, his wife), b. Nov. 6, 1835; d. 1902. He d. 
Dec. 23, 1868, at Vallejo, California, and was interred at Moun- 
tain View Cemetery. Mr. Avery was an excellent and well 
trained singer, and the music leader for many years of the 
Baptist Church, to which he belonged. He assisted in estab- 
lishing the Richmond Academy, and was one of its directors. 
He was an able man, of tine presence and character, and held in 



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high esteem by all who knew him. He was also an Hon. Mem. 
of the Masonic Lodge of Richmond. 

Children (by first wife) : 

Sarah Waters', b. 18 — , at Richmond, d. in her 4th year. 

Peter Augustus", b. 18 — , at Richmond, d. in his 23rd year. 

John Marshall", b. 18 — , at Richmond; lives at Sacra- 
mento; m. at Shasta, Cal., Annetta Isabelle Potter. Has 
one child, a dau. 

Henry Clay", b. 18 — , at Richmond; d. in infancy. 

Abiel" Jr., b. 18 — ; d. in his 23rd year; unm. 

Nancy", b. 18 — , at Richmond; d. in her 12th year. 

George Washington", b. Jan. 17, 1842, at Richmond; d. 
Sept. 15, 1865, at Sacramento. 

(by second wife) : 

2186. viii. Clara May", b. Mar. 10, 1858, at Richmond; d. there, Sept. 

14, 1863. She was said to have been the "image" of her 
grandmother, Sarah (Waters) Avery, and like her in 
her charming disposition. 

2187. ix. Angeline Elizabeth", b. Mar. 11, 1865, at Sacramento; 

lives at Vallejo, Cal. 

2188. x. Walton Felch\ b. Oct. 30, 1866, at Sacramento; m. Helen 

Barbe. 

2189. xi. Grant Eugene", b. Oct. 7, 1868, at Sacramento; d. Sept. 

10, 1889, at Oakland, Cal. 

2190. xii. David Colfax", b. Oct. 7, 1868, at Sacramento; d. there 

May 23, 1869. 

1115. Joseph 7 Avery (Joseph*, Enoch 5 Averell, Israel*, Job\ 
William-, William 1 ), b. Apr. 7, 1804, at Jefferson, Me., passed 
his life there. He was educated at China Academy in Maine, 
and was for twenty years a teacher in the public schools. He 
was a Representative to the Maine Legislature, 1849 ; on the 
Maine State Board of Agriculture, 1857-60. He was deacon of 
the First Baptist Church of Jefferson for thirty-five years, and 
was a man of undoubted integrity. During the Civil War he 
cared for seven families ; and also for the money of thirty sol- 
diers, investing it advantageously for their benefit on their re- 
turn from the Army. He was a Republican from the time of the 
origin of the party ; a member of the State Board of Education, 
and did much town business in settling estates, etc. ; Jefferson 
has had few citizens of greater prominence and ability. He 
served his generation faithfully. He m. (1) Mar. 2, 1841, at 



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Jefferson, Elmira Jackson (dau. of Samuel Jackson of Jefferson 
— one of the first settlers at Balltown ( ?) , and Elizabeth Waters, 
his wife), who was b. 1806, at Jefferson, and d. there, Nov. 24, 
1864. Hem. (2) May 18, 1867, Mrs. Hannah Jackson, (Richard- 
son) Chisam (dau. of Rev. Abiathar Richardson of Appleton, 
Me., and Hannah Sheppard, his wife) , b. Aug. 5, 1831. She d. 
in 1906. He d. Oct. 5, 1892, at Jefferson, retaining his wonder- 
ful memory and his keen interest in life to an unusual degree. 
Child (by second wife) : 
2201. i. Elmira Janette\ b. Apr. 18, 1869, at Jefferson; m. Rev. 
Geo. H. Hamlen. 

1116. John Waters 7 Avery (Joseph 6 , Enoch 5 , Israel* 
Averell, Job' 1 , William-, William'), b. July 29, 1808, at Jefferson, 
Me., was a lumber merchant and lived at Jefferson and Rich- 
mond, Me., and Sacramento, Cal. He was a devoted Christian 
over sixty years, and for thirty years a deacon in the First 
Baptist Church of Sacramento, and a man of great nobility and 
simplicity. He was twice elected a member of the City Board 
of Education, and in politics was a Republican. He came to 
California as supercargo of the brig Leo of Richmond, Me., 
arriving at Sacramento in the Spring of 1850. He m. Feb. 9, 
1837, at Richmond, Tabitha Hathorne (dau. of John Hathorne 
of Dresden and Richmond, Me.), b. Sept. 25, 1810, at Dresden. 
She d. Jan. 21, 1877, at Sacramento. He d. there Nov. 4, 1885, 
Children (all but the last named b. at Richmond) : 
Ira\ b. Nov. 18, 1837; m. Seney V. Bolles. 
Sarah Elizabeth\ b. July 22, 1839; d. Nov. 16, 1882, at 

Sacramento, Cal. 
Franklin\ b. Nov. 1, 1840; m. Abby M. Gardner. 
Albert Wayland\ b. May 6, 1847; m. Feb. 28, 1884, at 
Rocklin, Cal., Belle C. Smith. They live at Oakland, Cal. 
2206. v. Lizzie Waters\ b. Mai'. 17, 1853, at Litchfield, Me., lived 
in Cal., and is now living- at Minneapolis, Minn. She m. 
Sept. 12, 1903, at Denver, Col., Adoniram Judson Frost, 
I). 1). (son of Salmon Frost of Parishville, N. Y., and 
Almeda Mason, his wife), b. Sept. 12, 1837, at Parish- 
ville. She was his second wife. Rev. Dr. Frost is Dean 
of the Faculty of the North Western Bible and Mission- 
ary Training School (interdenominational), at Minneap- 
olis, and Instructor in New Testament. He was pastor 



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of the Baptist Church in Sacramento for some years, 
and resigned his pastorate in Los Angeles, Cal., to be- 
come Dean of this school. Mrs. Frost is a very bright 
and attractive woman and an able helpmeet to her hus- 
band in his influential position. 

1119. Enoch McClellan 7 Avery {Joseph*, Enoch 5 , Israel* 
Averell, Job 3 , William-, William 1 ), b. July 4, 1814, at Jefferson, 
Me., was graduated at Richmond Academy ; studied medicine 
with Dr. Chamberlain of Richmond, Me., where he lived several 
years. He then removed to Newark, N. J., and engaged in 
pharmacy. He was deacon of the First Baptist Church of 
Newark, and the Peddie Memorial Church has a window in his 
memory. He m. Sept. 30, 1852, at Wiscasset, Me., Sarah 
Thomas Austin (dau. of Capt. Josiah Austin of Wiscasset, and 
Sarah Thomas, his wife), b. Apr. 3, 1820, at Wiscasset. She is 
still living. He d. Aug. 18, 1877, at Newark, where his family 
live. 

Children (all b. at Richmond, and all unm., 1898) : 

2207. i. Sarah Austin", b. Oct. 8, 1853, was graduated at the New- 

ark High and Normal Schools, and is a teacher in the 
Grammar Dept. of the Newark Pub. Schools. 

2208. ii. Abbott Lawrence*, b. July 26, 1855, was graduated from 

the New York College of Pharmacy in 1877. He and his 
brother Eugene carried on the pharmacy business of 
their father until 1895, when he sold out and went into 
the Metropolitan Ins. Co. He is active in church work, 
a church trustee and treasurer. In politics a strong Re- 
publican. 

2209. iii. Joseph Waters', b. Jan. 1, 1858, is a coal broker, Broad- 

way, N. Y., an active church worker, and a tenor singer 
in his church. He is also an active member of the Re- 
publican Club of Newark, N. J. 

2210. iv. Eugene M. s , b. Oct. 30, 1860; has charge of a drug store in 

Newark. 

1121. Enoch 7 Avery (Enoch 6 , Enoch 5 , Israel* Averell, Job 3 , 
William 2 , William 1 ), b. Aug. 3, 1804, at Jefferson, Me., lived at 
Jefferson and Frankfort, Me. He m. Sept. 24, 1825, at Frank- 
fort (now Winterport), Me., Lucinda Colson (dau. of Abner 
Colson of Frankfort), b. July 18, 1805, at Frankfort. In 1889 
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654 Averell, Averill, Avery Family 

Me., were 84 years of age, both living, and both quite well, and 
said to be the oldest twins known in the United States. Mrs. 
Avery was one of 13 children, Mr. Avery was also one of 13, 
and they had 13 children. Mr. Avery was a natural musician, 
a good singer and violinist. He was very tall and erect and a 
very fine looking man in old age as well as in youth. His wife 
d. Mar. 18, 1892, at Ellsworth, Me., at the residence of her dau., 
Mrs. Goodell, and was buried at Winterport. He d. May 23, 
1879, at Frankfort. 

Children (all b. at Frankfort, now Winterport, Me.) : 

2211. i. Margaret J.\ b. Jan. 20, 1826; m. Jan. 1, 1850, at Hamp- 

den, Me., Andrew Goodell of Ellsworth, Me.; they live at 
Ellsworth, and have had five children; three were living, 
Feb., 1897. 

2212. ii. Enoch" Jr., b. July 3, 1828; m. (1) Hannah J. Severance; 

m. (2) Annie Dunbar. 

2213. iii. Phoebe J.\ b. July 21, 1830; m. Nov. 5, 1846, Saben Cole. 

She d. Feb. 9, 1847. 

Sarah J. 8 , b. Mar. 9, 1832; m. Parker Witham. 

MELLEN 8 , b. Feb. 24, 1834; m. Belinda Bowden. 

Edward, 2nd 8 , b. Dec. 14, 1835; m. Marian M. Crocker. 

Sanborn\ b. Mar. 7, 1838; d. Jan. 28, 1843, at Frankfort, 
viii. Mary E. s , b. July 1, 1840; m. Hiram Holmes. 

LUCINDA A.% b. Aug. 7, 1842; m. July 12, 1860, Joseph 
Davis of Bucksport, Me. She d. July 29, 1868, at Win- 
terport. 

Melinda Alice\ b. Oct. 3, 1844; m. Andrew Conlon. 

Sewell S.\ b. Feb. 24, 1847; m. Nov. 16, 1866, at Vinal 
Haven, Me., Mary Green. He d. Dec. 26, 1890, at Hal- 
lowell, Me. They had several children, one of whom 
lives at Waterville, Me. 

2222. xii. James Parker\ b. May 16, 1849; d. Mar. 21, 1865, in the 

Army. 

2223. xiii. Phoebe Eva", b. Oct. 1, 1852; m. Leon Carleton. 

1122. Lewman G. 7 Avery (Enoch*, Enoch r \ Israel* Averell, 
Job 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. June 13, 1806, at Jefferson, Me., 
was a farmer and lived at Jefferson. He m. June 23, 1835, at 
Jefferson, Rachel (476) Chapman (dau. of Joseph Chapman of 
Nobleboro, Me., and Rachel Avery, his wife), b. Oct. 12, 1809, 
at Nobleboro. Mr. Avery was blind for many years, having lost 
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the violin very well. He d. at Jefferson, Oct. 5, 1854. Mrs. 
Avery d. Dec. 30, 1896, at Jefferson. 
Children (all b. at Jefferson) : 

Adelaide", b. June 1, 1836; d. Jan. 3, 1900. 

Adoniram Judson", b. Nov. 16, 1838; m. Hannah M. Linn- 

scott. 
Lewman", b. Dec. 2, 1845. 

George E.\ b. Apr. 20, 1848; m. Laura Sprague. 
Newell Eddy", b. Nov. 28, 1850; m. Mary Louise Howe. 

1123. Harriet 7 Avery {Enoch*, Enoch 7 ', Israel* Averell, 
Job 3 , William-, William 1 ), b. Apr. 5, 1808, at Jefferson, Me., 
lived and d. at Jefferson. She was m. there Mar. 25, 1832, to 
Joseph Glidden' (son of Winthrop Glidden* and Hannah Dow, 
his wife), who was b. Feb. 23, 1805, at Jefferson. He d. there 
Sept. 5, 1890. She d. Oct. 15, 1889, at Cooper's Mills, Me. 
Children (all b. at Jefferson) : 

i. Enoch Winthrop" Glidden, b. Sept. 12, 1832; m. Hannah 

Francis Bruce, 
ii. Harriet" Glidden, b. Apr. 15, 1834; lives at Jefferson, Me. 
She m. Mar. 17, 1852, at Jefferson, Lambert Glidden 
(son of Williamf Glidden of Jefferson, and Charlotte 
Capen, his wife) . Mrs. Glidden brought up her niece, 
Ruth Noyes, and now passes many months with her. 
Lambert Glidden was b. Sept. 8, 1831; he d. several 
years ago. 
iii. Joseph Newell" Glidden, b. Mar. 17, 1836; m. Hannah 

Crummett. 
iv. Ruth" Glidden, b. Apr. 12, 1838; m. James A. Noyes; d. 

June 19, 1873, leaving one child — a dau. 
v. Edward H." Glidden, b. Feb. — , 1840; d. aged 3 mos. 
vi. Daniel S." Glidden, b. Oct. 24, 1842; d. Apr. 27, 1863. 
vii. Margaret" Glidden, b. Jan. — , 1845; d. Dec. 18, 1863. 
viii. Peter" Glidden, b. Oct. 12, 1847; m. Augusta Glidden. 
ix. Hannah" Glidden, b. Mar. 4, 1850. 

Enoch Winthrop* Glidden (Harriet 7 Avery, Enoch*., Enoch'', 
Israel* Averell, Job-, William"', William 1 ), b. Sept. 12, 1832, at 
Jefferson, Me., was a farmer, and lived at Jefferson. He m. 
Apr. 21, 1862, at Somerville, Me., Hannah Frances Bruce (dau. 

* See the Glidden Gen. 

t William Glidden (father-in-law of Harriet Glidden) was the son of 
Charles Glidden who built the old house, opposite Joseph Glidden Jr.'s 
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of Josiah Bruce of Somerville, and Mary Ann Wilson, his wife), 
b. Mar. 15, 1836, at Somerville. He d. May, 1905, at Jefferson. 
Children (all b. at Somerville) : 

i. Clara Emma 9 Glidden, b. July 21, 1862. 

ii. Enoch Hartwell 9 Glidden, b. Sept, 12, 1864. 

iii. Hattie E. 9 Glidden, b. May, 1866; d. May 30, 1883. 

iv. Mary Ann" Glidden, b. Dec. 21, 1870. 

v. Newell Allen" Glidden, b. June 27, 1872; d. Sept., 1899. 

vi. Edward W. 9 Glidden, b. Sept. 18, 1875. 

vii. Helen'' Glidden, b. Sept. 21, 1876. 

viii. Seweli. 9 Glidden, b. Aug:. 21, 1877. 

Joseph Neweir Glidden {Harriet'' Avery, Enoch 6 , Enoch 5 , 
Israel* Averell, Job 3 , William 2 , William'), b. Mar. 17, 1836, at 
Jefferson, Me., is a farmer at Whitefield, Me. He m. Jan. 30, 
1858, at Jefferson, Hannah Crummett (dau. of Nathan Crum- 
mett of Somerville, Me., and Esther Jackson, his wife), b. Jan. 
9, 1837, at Somerville. Mr. and Mrs. Glidden celebrated their 
50th wedding anniversary in 1908, at Coopers Mills. 
Children (all except the last b. at Jefferson) : 

i. Cleveland Newell 9 Glidden, b. Jan. 8, 1859; living at 
Paxton, Mass. He m. Sarah E. Harrington ; they have 
six children, 
ii. Eva Ella 9 Glidden, b. Oct. 11, 1863; was a teacher at W. 
Boylston, Mass., and m. William H. Pevear. They live 
at Watertown, Mass., and have one child, 
iii. Daniel S. 9 Glidden, b. June 1, 1866; m. June 27, 1894, 

Hattie Taylor; they have two children, 
iv. George Allen 9 Glidden, b. Mar. 29, 1869; m. May 15, 

1895, Lucy Cummett; they live at Somerville, Me. 
v. Hattie B. 9 Glidden, b. Dec. 29, 1871, is a teacher at W. 

Boylston, Mass. 
vi. Lila Adelia 9 Glidden, b. Mar. 8, 1876, at Whitefield, Me., 
lives at Union, Me. She m. June 24, 1896, William Has- 
kell. 

Peter^ Glidden (Harriet 7 Avery, Enoch 6 , Enoch 5 , Israel* 
Avt rell, Job 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. Oct. 12, 1847, at Jefferson, 
Me., is a farmer and lives in the Glidden homestead at Jeffer- 
son. He m. Apr. 24, 1882, at Whitefield, Me., Augusta Glidden 
(dau. of Moses Glidden of Jefferson and Rebecca Dow, his 
wife), I), at Jefferson and d. there, May 17, 1897. 
Children (both b. at Jefferson) : 

i. Pearl E." Glidden, b. July 10, 1883. 
ii. Ida' Glidden, b. Apr. 2, 1885. 



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1124. Prentiss (written also Prentice) Mellen r Avery 

{Enoch 6 , Enoch*, Israel* Averell, Job ?i , William'-, William 1 ), b. 
Apr. 22, 1810, at Jefferson, Me., was a farmer, and lived at 
Jefferson and Winterport, Me. He was named after Hon. 
Prentiss Mellen, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Maine 
in 1830, and was a prominent citizen, living at Biddeford, Me., 
from July, 1797. Prentiss Avery m. Oct. 15, 1838, Mercy Ann 
Littlefield (dau. of Stephen Littlefield of Frankfort, Me., and 
Mercy Ann Downes, his wife), b. May 6, 1815, at Frankfort 
(now Winterport), Me. He d. Sept, 8, 1880, at Winterport, 
and she d. there Aug. 25, 1881. 

Children (all but one b. at Frankfort) : 

2229. i. William Enoch", b. Sept. 7, 1839, was a stone contractor, 

an electric railway and electric light contractor, and 
lived at Winterport and Vinalhaven, Me., and Detroit, 
Mich. He m. Eliza ("Lida") Carver Carnes (dau. of 
Abiel Smith Carnes of Vinalhaven, and Almira Spencer 
Hopkins of Camden, Me., his wife), b. Feb. 10, 1843, at 
Vinalhaven. He d. Jan. 9, 1900, at Detroit; his widow 
is still living there. 

2230. ii. Mercy Ann', b. July 3, 1841, at Carmel, Me.; m. Isaiah A. 

Crockett. 

2231. iii. Susan Sophia", b. Sept. 29, 1843; d. at Frankfort, Nov. 

12, 1854. 

2232. iv. Alfred Littlefield", b. Dec. 14, 1845; d. at Frankfort, 

Dec. 30, 1854. 

2233. v. Hannah Shaw", b. Jan. 30, 1847; d. at Winterport, July 

13, 1863. 

2234. vi. Eunice Mayo", b. Feb. 14, 1849; m. Charles E. Campbell. 

2235. vii. Mary Shaw", b. Mar. 9, 1850; m. Oct. 13, 1867, at Winter- 

port, Frank A. Pierce of Prospect, Me. They have one 
son. 

2236. viii. Sewell Edwin", b. Sept. 19, 1853; m. (1) Susie H. Turner; 

m. (2) Miranda C. Reath. 

2237. ix. Charles Delbert", b. Apr. 29, 1856; m. (1) Annie F. Main- 

ville; m. (2) Cornelia F. Knapp. 

2238. x. Susan Sophia", b. Aug., 1858; d. at Frankfort in 1859. 

1125. Edward 7 Avery (Enoch*, Enoch'', Israel 4 Averell, 
Job 3 . William-, William 1 ), b. June 1, 1812, at Jefferson, Me., was 
a farmer, a stone cutter, and the owner of a granite quarry 
near his home. He lived in his youth at Jefferson, but settled 
ultimately at Prospect, Me., where he m. June 30, 1845, Hannah 



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Files Harding - , b. Mar. 23, 1821. She was the dau. of Archelaus 
Harding of Prospect, and Hannah Moore, his wife. 

Mr. Avery was known for miles around as "Squire Avery" 
— this popular New England title of "Squire" being instinctively 
granted to men who were especially honored or influential in a 
community. Mr. and Mrs. Avery were an unusually interesting 
and lovable couple, with generous and fine natures, fond of 
people, and most charitable in spirit. Their home was a center 
for their neighbors and relatives, their hospitality, personality, 
and unusual musical gifts being great attractions. Mr. Avery 
built quite early after his marriage a simple and unpretentious 
granite house with stone from his own quarry. Here some, or 
all, of his children were born and raised, so that they all have 
beautiful memories of the "old granite mansion" and happy 
hours within it. It stands on the West bank of the Penobscot 
River, with Bucksport visible from its doors, and is one of the 
interesting objects seen from the river. It was here that Mr. 
and Mrs. Avery died, he, Oct. 31, 1886, and she, Dec. 3, 1894. 
Their son Mr. George Alden Avery now occupies the old home- 
stead, and all their children are living (1906). 

Children (all b. at Prospect) : 

2239. i. Newell Augustus", b. June 30, 1847; m. Sarah C. Good- 
win. 

George Alden", b. May 2, 1849; m. Anna G. Pierce. 

Edward "Franklin"", b. Jan. 11, 1851; m. (1) Mary P. 
Kellock; m. (2) Annie R. Brown. 

Byron Cousins", b. Nov. 13, 1853; m. Almeda Harriman. 

Christina Cousins", b. Jan. 11, 1857; m. Fred N. Good- 
win. 

1128. Hon. Newell 7 Avery {Enoch*, Enoch 7 ', Israel' Averell, 
Job-, William', William 1 ), b. Oct. 12, 1817, at Jefferson, Me., was 
the son of devout parents who were ardent Baptists. The result 
of this influence on his plastic young mind was that of a spirit of 
great reverence which never left him. The early death of his 
father left his beloved mother to face alone the care of a large 
family with very l-'mited means. So this son at the age of 
fourteen started to earn his own living and to help her. 

Their common need taught him very early to serve and 
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selfishness, and against many temptations. He followed rapidly 
in the path his ancestors had trod for four generations — the 
life of a lumberman and lumber manufacturer. 

At twenty-six years of age, having obtained sufficient means 
to establish a home of his own, he was m. Jan. 3, 1843, by 
Horace Blackman, Justice of the Peace, to Nancy Clapp Eddy 
(dau. of Ware Eddy of Mansfield, Mass., and Eddington, Me., 
and Nancy Clapp of Walpole, Mass.), b. Dec. 22, 1824, at 
Eddington, a town named in honor of her great-grandfather. 
(See Eddy Gen.) 

They lived for a time at Bradley, Me., where he built a 
pretty little house that is still standing, near the small stream 
by which stood the mill in which he was interested. This house 
faced the Penobscot. 

At this time Mr. Avery was a man of unusual physical and 
mental vigor. He was six feet in height, erect, supple, with a 
fair skin, ruddy cheeks and very light hair which scarcely 
changed with the passing of the years. His eyes were very pure 
blue, bright, keen and merry, — eyes such as are found in many 
widely separated members of the stock. He could lift and throw 
great weights, or even men, with remarkable ease, and his wres- 
tling and jumping were the delight of his young men friends who 
recalled them with admiration in old age. But he had also 
exceptional mental powers ; a retentive memory, almost unfail- 
ing even in small details ; keen perceptive and analytical powers 
and a direct, simple and logical mind. With all this he was 
quiet, unpretending and modest in dress and manner, and almost 
unconsciously self-depreciating. 

He was the owner of pine lands and rented mills before his 
marriage, and by 1849 had so increased his capital that he had 
a fourth interest in the firm of his brother-in-law, Col. Jonathan 
Eddy of Bangor, — called "Eddy and Murphy", later "Eddy, 
Avery, and Murphy". The firm became one of the best known 
and most successful in the United States, and was only dissolved 
by death. With other partners other firm names were used, 
"Avery, Murphy & Co." in Chicago, "Eddy Avery & Eddy" in Bay 
City, Mich., etc. 

Their possessions of white pine land in Michigan caused 
his removal to Port Huron, Mich., in the May of 1853, for the 
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662 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

The death of Col. Eddy, Aug., 1864, and changes in lum- 
bering conditions in Maine, caused the other member of the 
firm, Mr. Simon A. Murphy, to take up his residence in Detroit, 
Mich., in 1866, and Mr. Avery settled there in 1867, his residence 
being at the corner of Fort and Third Streets, the former being 
then one of the most beautiful streets in the Middle West; Mr. 
Murphy's house was at the corner of Fourth Street. 

Mr. Avery is said to have had "a marvellously accurate 
judgment of human nature and a Napoleonic capacity for bind- 
ing men to his service." 

It was at his suggestion that, very early in their western 
business, each of their ablest subordinates was given a share of 
the profits of the particular enterprise in which he was engaged ; 
and many able business men were trained in their service. One 
of them, now one of the most prominent business men in Michi- 
gan and California, said very recently : "Newell Avery was the 
noblest man I have ever known ; many others who knew him 
thought the same." Another when asked why he had so many 
life long friends, said it was not due to his superior judgment, 
his financial successes, or to his influence with others, which 
was very great, but to his kind and sympathetic heart; that he 
had a tender cord that few men can preserve who have to strug- 
gle through the world ; and that he was also an eminently true 
man, to be relied on in all emergencies. He had a ready wit and 
keen sense of humor which made him a pleasant companion in 
his hours of leisure, which, however, were not many. 

Mr. Avery was one of the organizers of the Republican 
party under the Oaks at Jackson, Mich., July 6, 1854. In those 
ante bellum days such a step demanded independence of judg- 
ment and the courage of one's convictions. It was a case of 
"insurgents" or "progressives" separating from the old party of 
Whigs and others in a spirit of high resolve for humanity and 
the good of the country. The history of this party is on record, 
but we quote a few items from one of its many historians. 
"Michigan was the first state to take formal action in the way of 
organized effort. Early in June, 1854, what was known as the 
Free Soil party held a convention and nominated Kingsley S. 
Bingham for Governor, but the platform adopted was hardly 
broad enough to meet the endorsement of many Whigs and Free 



The Seventh Generation 663 

Soil Democrats, and so a call was issued — signed by thousands 
in every part of the state — inviting all opposed to the further 
extension of slavery into new territory, without distinction of 
former political affiliations, to assemble in convention at Jack- 
son, July 6, 1854". 

"On the morning of that day there gathered at Jackson — 
Whigs, Democrats, Abolitionists and Free Soilers, in such num- 
bers that it became apparent no building could be found large 
enough to contain them, a temporary meeting however was held. 
Dr. McNaughton read the call, Judge Baxter was called to the 
Chair, S. A. Baker was chosen Secretary, and the meeting ad- 
journed to the Oak Grove, where the proceedings were continued 
in about the following order : 

"1 st The call and the list of names attached was read, each 
signer present being requested to respond as his name was read. 

"2 nd . On motion — the Chair appointed the following as a 
committee on permanent organization — Samuel Barstow of 
Wayne (Co.), I. P. Christiancy of Monroe, George Burchard of 
Hillsdale, Lovell Moore of Kent, James W. Hill of Calhoun, 
Henry W. Lord of Oakland, and Newell Avery of St. Clair 
(Co.)'. 

"3 d . On motion, a committee on resolutions was chosen of 
which Jacob M. Howard of Wayne was chairman 

"The committee on resolutions presented their report : — 
As it was well known that this committee was to provide for the 
creation of a new party, much discussion was had in the com- 
mittee as to what it should be called, but finally it was left for 
the Convention to decide. Meanwhile Mr. Howard was re- 
quested to telegraph Horace Greely for suggestion of name. 

"While the question of name was being somewhat warmly 
discussed, Mr. Howard asked permission to read a dispatch just 
rec'd from Horace Greely. Being granted his request, he read 
the following: — 'New York, July 6 P. M. Name the new party 
plain Republican. H. Greely.' 

"One universal shout of approval went from that vast as- 
semblage — the great Republican party was born — and before 
the adjournment of the Convention congratulations were re- 
ceived from all parts of the North." 



664 Aver ell, Averill, Avery Family 

From that time Mr. Avery was an active influence in the 
political life of Michigan, and his assistance and counsel were 
much sought after by Maine and Michigan statesmen. He was 
delegate to some of the National Republican Conventions, and 
was also constantly urged to let his name be presented for the 
highest honors the state could confer. But he was very self- 
depreciating, his business cares were great, and he steadily re- 
fused to yield to all such solicitations. 

After suffering for about a year from what seemed an ob- 
cure trouble Mr. Avery died at his residence on Fort St., March 
13, 1877. The interment was at Woodmere Cemetery in the 
family lot. His death was regarded as a great loss to the com- 
munity. 

Mrs. Avery was left with a large family, only two of whom 
were married. Her husband's confidence in her wisdom was 
amply justified in the years that followed, as she was instinc- 
tively business-like and just, and always tolerant. The division 
of many interests was made without recourse to law, to her great 
satisfaction. 

A much younger but devoted personal friend familiar with 
her life history wrote of Mrs. Avery as follows : "Madam Avery 
was a woman of strong and unique personality and filled a large 
place in the towns where she lived. She had a wide acquaintance 
and much influence ; and at the time of the great fires of Michi- 
gan and of Chicago, it was she who helped to meet the appalling 
situation with a quick and practical decision and with thorough 
arrangement of the work of relief in her own state. 

"She was generous and unstinted in her service to the poor, 
sick and sorrowing, to her friends, to her church, and to the 
various organizations in which she was actively interested. 

"Her strong common sense, her executive ability, her clear- 
cut honesty of spirit, her shrewd insight, her sense of justice, 
were qualities which made her associates lean on her. Modest 
and absolutely without pretense, she was fearless in the face of 
difficulty. 

"A New Englander, descended from many lines of early 
settlers in New England (John and Priscilla Alden ; the Adams 
family of Quincy; the Fairbanks of Dedham, etc.), she was 
naturally a notable house-wife and keen thinker. 



The Seventh Generation 665 

"The flavor of her native state was in her colloquialisms 
and sincere manner, making her interesting to the last. Loyal 
to her friends, hosts of friends were bound to her, and sought 
to brighten her last wearisome years of feebleness." 

Monday, Jan. 3, 1897, when 62 years of age she wrote: 
"This is the anniversary of my marriage day. Forty-four years 
ago this afternoon at three o'clock I was married . . . . ; 
as I think back I scarcely know myself, the changes have been 
so great. The years have brought much of trial and sorrow and 
hardship and very much of pleasure. I would not like to risk 
myself again in the Battle, although I regret so much of the 
past that with the experience of these years I could have im- 
proved on. And with the health of the past ten or twelve years 
I see with such different eyes, that I know health does give one a 
clearer vision for things of this world." 

She lived to the great age of over eighty-six years, retain- 
ing to the last a spirit of energy and helpfulness in spite of a 
weak body. Her brave spirit is an inspiration to all who knew 
her. 

Children of Newell and Nancy (Eddy) Avery: 

2244. i. Edward Orlando", b. Oct. 23, 1844, at Bradley; m. Flora 

T. Huntington. 

2245. ii. Darius Newell*, b. Jan. 10, 1846, at Bradley; m. Eliza- 

beth Holbrook Dole. 

2246. iii. Leonard Cooper*, b. Oct. 18, 1847, at Bradley; d. Nov. 14, 

1853, at Port Huron, Mich. 

2247. iv. Clara Arlette s , b. Jan. 12, 1850, at Bradley; educated in 

Detroit and New York; is the compiler of this genealogy 

of the Averell-Averill-Avery Family. 
Nancy Margaret", b. May 16, 1852; m. Henry W. Skinner. 
George Edwin", b. Apr. 18, 1854; m. Fannie E. Tarbell. 
John Herbert", b. July 29, 1855; m. Ella Smith. 
Horace Waters", b. Apr. 12, 1857; m. Lulu West. 
Nellie Jane", b. Apr. 29, 1860; m. Walter Wheaton Augur. 
A Son", b. Aug. 20, 1862; d. 1862. 
Arthur Ware", b. Oct. 21, 1864, at Port Huron; d. there, 

Sept. 16, 1865. 

2255. xii. Kittie Murphy", b. Sept. 13, 1866, at Port Huron; d. 
there, Aug. 27, 1867. 

2256. xiii. Harry Eugene", b. Dec. 13, 1867, at Detroit; was prepared 
for college at St. Paul's School, Concord, N. H., and at 
Quincy, Mass., under Dr. William Everett, and was 
graduated from Williams College in the class of 1892. 



2248. 


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2249. 


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2252. 


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2253. 


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From his father he inherited a great fondness for mu- 
sic, and he plays the flute admirably. He is also equally 
fond of sports and had a reputation as a tennis player 
during his college days. 

1129. Judsoir Avery (Enoch 9 , Enoch 5 , Israel* Averell, Job 3 , 
William', William'), b. Aug. 20, 1819, at Jefferson, Me., was a 
farmer and stock raiser. He occupied the old homestead of his 
father and was one of the highly respected men of the town of 
Jefferson. May 5, 1843, he m. at Jefferson, Olive McCobb (dau. 
of Andrew McCobb of Jefferson and Elizabeth Briard,* his wife 
of Kittery, Me.), b. Oct. 7, 1815, at Jefferson. He d. at Jeffer- 
son, Nov. 29, 1897, and she d. there Mar. 18, 1899. 
Children (all b. at Jefferson) : 

2257. i. Benjamin Weeks", b. Aug. 9, 1844; m. Rosa F. Glidden. 

2258. ii. Annie Laurie", b. May 13, 1846; m. Edwin D. Andrews. 

2259. iii. Edwin Augustus", b. Mar. 31, 1848; m. Ella Dunton. 

memoranda. 

* Mrs. Avery says her cousin Angeline Briard (dau. of William 
Briard (brother of the above Elizabeth) and of Sarah Shepard his wife, 
who was a dau. of James Shepard and (gt.?) aunt of Mr. Judson Avery) 
m. William Avery Jr., son of William Avery 2nd. — Ed. 

1131. Sewell 7 Avery {Enoch 9 , Enoch 5 , Israel* Averell, Job 3 , 
William', William 1 ), b. Feb. 2, 1824, at Jefferson, Lincoln Co., 
Me., was a successful business man in the line followed by his 
ancestors for three generations — that of the lumbering business. 
He was a large forest owner in connection with his business and 
also took great pleasure in a farm which he owned. He left his 
native town while still a youth to associate himself with his 
older brother, Mr. Newell Avery in his Maine lumbering enter- 
prises, and he followed him later to Michigan. He m. at Brad- 
ley, Me.. May 3, 1849, Eliza Holland Eddy, a younger sister of 
his brother Newell's wife, and dau. of Ware Eddy of Eddington, 
Me., and Nancy Clapp, his wife (see Eddy and Clapp Genealo- 
gies). She was b. at Eddington, at the old Eddy homestead, 
Feb. 27, 1827, and was left motherless when very young. Mrs. 
Avery was a very interesting woman, with a bright cheerful 
spirit, a keen and unfailing wit, and the marvellous energy and 
sense of duty that seemed the inheritance of most of her father's 



Mrs. Ewen, Mrs. Morley, Mrs. Sanborn, Mrs. Mumford, 
Mr. Waldo A. Avery. 












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• 



The Seventh Generation 669 

family. Wherever she was her home became the center of en- 
joyment for relatives and friends. This family removed to Port 
Huron, Mich., in the Spring of 1856 ; and in Nov., 1865, they re- 
moved to E. Saginaw, Mich., where they afterward resided. Mr. 
Avery was one of the pioneer lumbermen of that section of the 
state, and a much respected citizen in that locality. He was the 
"Avery" in the firm of Eddy, Avery and Co., one of the best 
known and most honored firms in the Saginaw Valley. He was 
associated with Mr. Edwin Eddy, his wife's brother-in-law, his 
own brother Mr. Newell Avery, and Mr. Simon J. Murphy, in 
large mills which were at Bay City, Mich. In 1885 he withdrew 
from the firm and continued his various interests alone. He 
was vice-president and a director of the Second National Bank 
of Saginaw from Jan. 2. 1882, until Jan. 1, 1894; a director of 
the Tittabawassee Boom Co., the Huron Log Booming Co., and 
other companies and organizations. Mr. Avery was b. into a 
musical family, and he and his children were fond of music, 
some of them being excellent amateur singers and pianists. 
Music was always a pleasure to him and one of the attractions 
of their family life. After some years of serious illness Mr. 
Avery d. at Flint, Mich., Jan. 2, 1898, four years after the death 
of Mrs. Avery at Pasadena, Cal., Jan. 18, 1894. Both interments 
were in the family grounds at Forest Lawn Cemetery at Sagi- 
naw. 

Children : 

2260. i. Waldo Allard\ b. May 14, 1850, at Bradley, Me.; m. (1) 

Ellen C. Lee; m. (2) Christine Morrison. 

2261. ii. Ara L.\ b. Mar. 16, 1853, at Bradley; m. Herbert C. San- 

born. 

2262. iii. Idella Eliza", b. Nov. 16, 1854, at Bradley; m. July 10, 

1878, at E. Saginaw (now Saginaw), John H. Mumford 

(son of Peter Mumford and Mary his wife), 

who is now dec. Mrs. Mumford has inherited many of 
her mother's traits; is talented and bright, and has trav- 
elled very extensively at home and abroad. 

2263. iv. Lulu Ellen s , b. Mar. 1, 1857, at Port Huron; has lived 

most of her life at Saginaw, where she m. Apr. 27, 1881. 
George Bidwell Morley (son of John Rufus Morley and 
Katherine Bidwell McVay, his wife), b. Oct. 16, 1857, at 
Painesville, Ohio. Mr. Morley is considered one of the 
finest business men and bankers in the State of Mich., 



670 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

and after years in the banking- business, is now the 
President of the Second National Bank of Saginaw, 
which is considered the leading bank in Mich. Mr. and 
Mrs. Morley have a choice circle of friends, and dis- 
pense a simple and charming hospitality. They are 
identified with the progressive movements in their town 
and both are highly esteemed. 
2264. v. Alma\ b. Oct, 19, 1859, at Port Huron; m. Frank D. Ewen. 

1133. Ruth 7 Avery (Enoch 6 , Enoch 7 ', Israel* Averell, Job' 
William 1 , William 1 ), b. Apr. 1, 1827, at Jefferson, Me., lived at 
Jefferson and Bradley. Me., and White River, Mich. She m. 
Apr. 18, 1852, at the residence of her brother Newell Avery, at 
Bradley, John Welch (son of Paul Welch of Augusta, Me., and 
Lois Glidden of Jefferson, Me., his wife), b. Sept. 5, 1825, at 
Augusta; d. Apr., 1898. She was a very loveable and warm- 
hearted woman, gentle and happy in nature, and adored by her 
family and relatives. She d. June 10, 1869, at Whitehall, Mich. 
Hon. John Welch was a man of prominence and a lumberman; 
Postmaster at White River, Mich., 8 years; Supervisor, 2 yrs. ; 
President of the village of Whitehall, 2 yrs. In Saginaw, Water 
Commissioner, 4 yrs.; Police Commissioner, 4 yrs.; Alderman, 
2 yrs.; Mayor, 3 terms; State Senator, from Saginaw District, 
2 yrs. (Regular Session, 1881; special Session, 1882) ; Trustee 
of 1st Universalist Church, Bay City; ''Republican through and 
through". He m. (2) May 19. 1870, Sarah Cornelia Willard. 
He d. at Bay City, Apr. 29, 1898. 
Children : 

i. Eva Lena' Welch, b. Mar. 9, 1853; m. (1) John B. 

Kanouse; (2) Dr. Charles B. Stockwell. 
ii. Gancelo Adelbert' Welch, b. Oct. 15, 1854; m. Alice 

Twist, 
iii. Ellen Lizette* Welch, b. Dec. 29, 1857; m. Elliot East- 
man, 
iv. (A Son) s Welch, b. June 8, 1860, at Bradley, Me.; d. there 

in infancy, 
v. Newell Elmer" Welch, b. May 25, 1861, at Bradley, d. 

there Oct. 9, 1861. 
vi. JOHN 8 Welch, b. Dec. 26, 1864, at White River, Mich.; d. 

there Aug. 26, 1865. 
vii. Ida Laura" Welch, b. Jan. 21, 1867, at White River, d. 

there May 27, 1867. 
viii. Ruth Edna s Welch, b. Sept. 22, 1868, at White River, d. 
there Mar. 16. 1869. 



The Seventh Generation 671 

Eva Lena 8 Welch {Ruth 1 Avery, Enoch 1 ', Enoch 5 , Israel* 
Averell, Job'; William-, William'), b. Mar. 29, 1853, at Bradley, 
Me., has lived at Whitehall, Saginaw and Bay City, Mich. She 
m. (1) Oct. 14, 1875, at Whitehall, John B. Kanouse; they re- 
sided at West Bay City, where he d. 1904. 

Mrs. Eva Welch Kanouse was m. (2) Oct, 21, 1908, at the 
residence of her dau., Mrs. Hatch, at Montour Falls, Charles 
Bliss Stockwell, M. D. of Port Huion, Mich., one of the best 
known and most respected physicians of the city and state. 
They reside at Port Huron. 

Child : 

i. Ruth Maud' Kanouse, b. Aug. 4, 1876; was m. Nov. 11, 
1903, at the family residence, West Bay City, to Frank 
Arthur Hatch, formerly of Bay City, now of Detroit, 
Mich. They live at Montour Falls, N. Y. 

Ellen Lizzette* Welch (Ruth 7 Avery, Enoch 1 ', Enoch 5 , Is- 
rael 4 Averell, Job 3 , William', William'), b. Dec. 29, 1857, at Brad- 
ley, Me., lived at Whitehall and Saginaw, Mich. She m. Mar. 19, 
1880, Elliot Eastman; he d. Apr., 1903, at Minneapolis, Minn. 
Mrs. Eastman is living at Saginaw. 
Child: 

i. Lizzette 3 Eastman, b. June 29, 1882; m. June 29, 1904, at 
Saginaw, Mr. Harry W. Potter, who was graduated from 
Yale, Sheffield Scientific School. 
Children : 

i. Elliott Eastman'" Potter, b. May 6, 1905. 
ii. Barbara Sharp'" Potter, b. Dec. 21, 1906. 
iii. Ruth Avery 10 Potter, b. Oct. 8, 1909. 

Gancelo Adelbert* Welch (Ruth 7 Avery, Enoch 1 ', Enoch 7 ', 
Israel* Averell, Job", William', William 1 ), b. Oct. 15, 1854, at 
Bradley, Me., lived at Whitehall, Saginaw and W. Bay City, 
Mich. ; he m. June 18, 1879, Alice Twist. They lived for a time 
at Albuquerque, N. M., where he d. some years ago. His widow 
is living in W. Bay City. 

Children (all b. at W. Bay City) : 

i. John Eastman 9 Welch, b. Apr. 8, 1880. 
ii. Grace Welch 9 , b. Feb. 25, 1882. 
iii. Frank' Welch, b. Apr. 19, 1893. 



672 Averell, Averill, Avery Family 

1134. William Alden 7 Avery (William*, Enoch 5 , Israel* 
Averell, Job", William-, William'), b. Jan. 5, 1812, at Jefferson, 
Me., lived at Boston, Mass. He m. (1) Angeline Briard, dau. of 
William Briard* and Sarah Shepard, his wife. He m. (2) 
Lucinda M. Brown of Belfast, Me., b. Feb. 28, 1811, still living 
(1898). He cl. Aug. 8, 1892, at Boston, where he had lived 
some years. 

Children (several; name of but one known to the Editor) : 

2265. i. George A. 8 , b. , - — ; is an architect, and lives at 

Boston, Mass. 

1143. Myrick 7 Avery (Nathan'', Enoeh rj , Israel* Averell, Job 3 , 
William", William'), b. Apr. 9, 1819, at Jefferson, Me. ; was m. to 
Rebecca Moore of Gouldsboro, Me. They lived at Ellsworth, 
Me., where he was president of a bank, and, it is said, removed 
to Massachusetts. They had two (possibly more) children. 

Children : 

2288. i. Sarah Elizabeth", b. , , lives at Ellsworth, Me. 

2289. ii. Millard", b. , , residence unknown. 

1144. James 7 Avery (Nathan 6 , Enoch 5 , Israel* Averell, Job 3 , 
William', William'), b. Jan. 20, 1821, at Jefferson, Me., lived at 
Maiden, Mass. He m. Caroline Kincaid. He d. 1882. Mrs. 
Avery is still living and has made her home with her dau., Mrs. 
Annie (Avery) Abbott, at Brookline, Mass. 

Children : 

2290. i. Annie\ b. July, 1851; m. Lyman F. Abbott, Oct., 1881, and 

lives at Maiden, Mass. 

2291. ii. Luetta", b. June, 1854; m. Aubrey G. Lothrop and lives at 

Lewiston, Me. 

2292. iii. Georgia", b. Sept., 1857; m. in 1884, Charles F. Andrews, 

lived at Haverill, Mass., and is now living- at Brockton, 
Mass. 

2293. iv. Helen", b. Aug., 1859; m. Geo. Alton Dunton and lives at 

Whitefield, Me. 



* Mrs. Olive (McCobb) Avery, wife of Judson Avery and dau. of 
Andrew McCobb of Jefferson, Me., and Elizabeth Briard of Kittery, Me., 
says that her uncle William Briard m. Mr. Avery's aunt (great-aunt?) 
Sarah Shepard, dau. of James, and that their dau. Angeline Briard m. 
William Avery, Jr., son of William 2nd. As the family of the above 
William Avery 2nd has not furnished data, it is difficult to place Angeline 
Briard. She was prob. the first wife. 



The Seventh Generation 673 

1145. Nathan Merrill 7 Avery (Nathan 6 , Enoch 5 , Israel 4 Aver- 
ell, Job", William 2 , William 1 ), b. Apr. 22, 1826, at Jefferson, Me., 
was a farmer and lived at Jefferson for some years, and then re- 
moved to Wyoming, N. Y. He was m. Apr. 3, 1850, at York, 
Livingstone Co., N. Y., to Charlotte C. Russell (dau. of George 
N. Russell of York, N. Y., and Electa Cowley, his wife), b. Sept. 
30, 1827, at York. He d. at Wyoming, Jan. 24, 1902, and she d. 
there, July 7, 1905. 

Their children were: 

2294. i. Imogene T.\ b. Apr. 29, 1852; m. Thomas Fisher. 

2295. ii. George N.\ b. Sept. 25, 1854, at Wyoming; m. Ella L. 

Kingdom He is a farmer. 

2296. lii. Harriet E.\ b. Feb. 2, 1858; m. Walter B. Ayres. 

2297. iv. Horace W.\ b. May 29, 1863; m. (1) Emma Langdon; m. 

(2) Nettie Hamilton. 

2298. v. Alice L.\ b. July 17, 1866; m. Ray C. Capwell. 

2299. vi. Anna M.\ b. July 17, 1866; m. Chester Hamilton. 

1146. Eliza Ann 7 Averell called "Avery" (Nathan" "Avery", 
Enoch 5 "Averell", Israel 4 , Job\ William', William 1 ), b. May 1, 
1828, at Jefferson, Me.; m. there, Apr. 11, 1848, William Day 
(son of William Day of Jefferson) , b. July 17, 1814, at Jefferson ; 
d. May 25, 1889, at Waltham, Mass. Mrs. Day d. Sept. 24, 1892, 
at the same place. 

Children (all b. at Ellsworth, Me.) : 

i. Georgia Ann s Day, b. July 1, 1850; m. Dec. 24, 1868, at 

Hancock, Me., Edward Kendall Graves; they are living: 

at Waltham, Mass. 
ii. Sanford O: Day, b. Dec. 20, 1853; d. there Oct. 16, 1863. 
iii. Helen Lovina s Day, b. Nov. 1, 1857; m. George L. Collyer, 

at New London, Conn. They are living 1 at Waltham and 

have three children, — Mildred who grad. from Boston 

University, Marion and Margaret. 

1152. Seth 7 Avery (Israel 6 , Israel 5 , Israel 4 Averell, Job", 
William-, William 1 ), b. June 12, 1812, at Hallowell, Me., was a 
farmer ; lived on the old homestead at St. Albans ; built a frame 
house in 1833, the earlier house having been a log cabin. He m. 
1838, at St. Albans, Me., Nancy Door* (dau. of Nathaniel Door 
and Mary Smith, his wife), b. Mar., 1817, at Harmony, Me.; d. 



* Nancy Door Averill m. (2) Mr. - - Hawes, and lives at St. 

Albans, Me. 



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674 Aver ell, Averill, Avery Family 

at St. Albans. He d. there, Aug. 6, 1884. He and his wife sold 
part of lots 17 and 18, R. 6, St. Albans, to A. P. Woodbury, Aug. 
21, 1865, for $500.00, as per War. deed (vol. Ill, p. 334) and 
Sept. 15, 1865, A. P. Woodbury gives War. deed of same to Seth 
Avery "Jr."-; of St Albans, for same amount. This "Jr." may 
be a mistake. 

Children (all b. at St. Albans, Me.) : 

2300. i. Fanny\ b. , 18—; dec. 

Ellen", b. , 18 — ; dec. 

Daniel', b. - — , 18—; d. prob. fall of 1859, of diph- 
theria. 
Eliza\ b. - — , 18—; d. prob. fall of 1859, of diphtheria. 
Seth" Jr. (?). 

memoranda. 
f Seth Avery of St. Albans devises to his wife Nancj* Avery all of his 
real estate, Jan. 19, 1885. 

1153. Julia 7 Avery (Israel*, Israel 7 ', Israel* Averell, Job'-, 
William", William'), b. May 3, 1814, at St. Albans (?), Me.; lived 
at St. Albans Village. She m. at St. Albans, William Southard, 
a mill owner, and d. there Dec. 16, 1894. 

* Children (all b. at St. Albans, Vt.) : 

i. Rev. Charles S. s Southard, b. - — , ; a Methodist 

minister, has been Presiding Elder for some time. He 
was in the Civil War, and was for some time Com- 
mander of the G. A. R. for the State of Maine. He has 
been an important man in his state. He has settled in 
St. Albans and retired from active work. 

ii. Calvin S." Southard, b. - — , ; m. Melissa Marble. 

lii. Leander\ 

iv. Daniel". 

v. Warren". 

* All are living (Aug., 1906). 

Calvin S. 8 Southard (Julia 1 Avery, Israel 3 , Israel 5 , Israel 4 

Averell, Job 3 , William-, William 1 ) , b. , , at St. Albans, 

Me., has owned and run mills at St. Albans Village, and invented 
several devices of importance. He m. Melissa Marble- 
Children : 

i. Ada' 1 Southard, b. — , 18 — . 

ii. Carroll' Southard, b. - — , 18—, lives at St. Albans, 
Me. He gives evidence of considerable mechanical abil- 
ity, 
iii. Winnie" Southard, b. , 18 — . 



The Seventh Generation 675 

1154. Jane 7 Avery (Israel'', Israel 7 ', Israel* Averell, Job 7 ', 
William 2 , William'), b. Oct. 18, 1816, at St. Albans, Me.; lived at 
St. Albans on a farm next to Seth Avery's. She m. Jacob 
Raymond at St. Albans, and d. there. 

Children : 



Orren" Raymond, b. 
Mark" Raymond, b. 
Peter" Raymond, b. 



d. y. of diphtheria, 
d. y. of diphtheria, 
d. y. of diphtheria. 



1156. Israel'' Avery (Israel'' 1 , Israel 7 ', Israel* Averell, Job 3 , 
William-, William'), b. Jan. 17, 1820, at Harmony, Somerset 
Co., Me., is a farmer and lives at St. Albans, Me. He m. Harriet 
Brown (dau. of Robert Brown and Tamor Brown (?), his 
wife), and they are now living at Harmony, Me., with their son 
Wilbra Avery (1906). The spirit of unity shown by family re- 
unions of the descendants of the family of Israel (No. 489) is 
worthy of emulation. We have few records of this line ; but one 
or two deeds show some places of residence. Israel Avery of 
St. Albans sells three pieces of Lot No. 18, in St. Albans to Jacob 
Raymond, June 19, 1857. Israel Avery, Jr. and wife Harriet 
sell to Seth Avery, May 8, 1874, part of the land originally held 
by Israel Avery Sr. (six acres of Lot No. 18 - R - 6) - Quit Claim 
deed. Vol. 177, p. 23. Both of St. Albans. 

Mr. Israel Avery, the fourth lineal Israel, was in good 
mental and physical condition at the advanced age of 87 years. 
Aug. 9, 1906, he wrote the compiler of this genealogy a long let- 
ter full of explanations and details about his line since the death 
of Israel 4 Averell. Very few at his age could be so clear and 
correct in statements covering so long a lifetime. At the ad- 
vanced age of 93 (1912), his daughter-in-law, Mrs. Wilbra 
Avery, writes that he is a dear old man. 

Children (all b. at St. Albans, Me.) : 

2305. i. Almond", b. Mar. 27, 1850; m. Adelaide Anderson. 

2306. ii. Wilbra", b. Sept. 4, 1852, at St. Albans, Me.; lives at Har- 

mony, Me.; he m. June 21, 1879, at Pittsfield, Me., Lizzie 
F. Hight of Harmony, dau. of Hanson and Mary A. 
Page Hight. He is a farmer. 

2307. iii. Eliza", b. Dec. 24, 1862; m. John Wippieh. 

2308. iv. Junius", b. July 4, 1866; m. (1) Gusta Nelson; m. (2) 

Blanche Ross. 



676 Averell, Averill, Avery Family 

1157. Mark 7 Avery (Israel 9 , Israel*, Israel* Averell, Job 3 , 
William 2 , William 1 ), b. Dec. 1, 1822, at Harmony, Me., is a shoe- 
maker and trader and has lived at Cambridge, St. Albans, Har- 
mony, Norridgewalk, Hartland, Lewiston, and Monmouth, Me., 
Bridgewater, Mass., and Manchester, N. H. He now lives at 
Garland, Me. He has always been a prominent member and 
worker in the Free Will Baptist Church, and has been Superin- 
tendent of the Sunday School in several places where he has 
lived. He m. (1) Sept, 10, 1848, at St. Albans, Me., Lucinda S. 
Russell (dau. of Andrew Russell and Betsey Ward, his wife), 
b. Feb. 22, 1826, at St. Albans, d. there July 11, 1855. He m. 
(2) Mar. 14, 1865, at Harmony, Me., Mrs. Diantha (Parlin) 
Lock (dau. of Samuel Emerson of Athens, Me., and Fanny 
Parlin, his wife, and widow of Leonard Lock of Athens, who d. 
1838) . At a reunion held at Charleston, Me., 1901 or '03, Mr. and 
Mrs. Mark Avery, Mr. and Mrs. Israel Avery and Mrs. Martha 
(Avery) Christie their sister were photographed together. 
Their reunions and their photograph suggesting association 
through many years are very interesting. 

Children (by first wife) : 

2309. i. Delpha\ b. Feb. 22, 1852, at St. Albans, Me.; d. there Mar. 

5, 1852. 

2310. ii. Rose", b. Dec. 13, 1856, at Cambridge, Me.; d. there Sept. 

2, 1865. 

(by second wife) : 

2311. iii. Bert Mark", b. Oct. 2, 1866, at Harmony, Me.; m. Lucinda 

A. Clements. 

1158. Martha 7 Avery (Israel 9 , Israel 5 , Israel* Averell, Job 3 , 
William 1 , William'), b. Feb. 25, 1824, at Harmony, Me.; m. 
Wesley Christie. She d. Dec, 1905, at Charleston, Me., at the 
home of her dau. Mrs. Charles Tilton. 

Children : 

i. Rosilla" Christie, b. , ; lives at Dover, m. 

— , 18 — , Theon Rogers, has several children, 
ii. Etta" Christie, b. — — , 18—; lives at Foxcroft; m. 

Frank Foss, has several children, 
iii. Ella" Christie, b. - — , 18—; lives at Charleston; m. 

Charles Tilton; she has taken two of her sister Jennie's 

children as her own. 



The Seventh Generation 677 

iv. Jennie" Christie, b. — , 18 — ; lived at Charleston; 

m. Francis Gould; had several children. She d. 1903 or 
'04 at Charleston. 

v. Eddie" Christie, b. - — , 18 — ; m. and had several chil- 
dren. 

Eddie* Christie (Martha 7 Avery, Israel*, Israel-', Israel 1 

Averell, Job 3 , William-, William 1 ), b. , 18 — ; m. 

. He d. July, 1905, at Summit, Me. 

Children : 

i. Daniel" Christie. 
ii. Warren 8 Christie. 
iii. Vernon 9 Christie. 
iv. Winnie" Christie. 

1159. Clarissa 7 Avery (Israel', Israel*, Israel* Averell, Job 3 , 
William 2 , William'), b. Mar. 20, 1827, at St. Albans, Me.; m. 
Joseph Adams. She d. Sept. 22, 1886. 
Children : 

i. Evie" Adams, b. - — , - — ; lives at Haverhill, Mass.; 

m. Snowman, has three or more children. 

ii. Eliza* Adams. 

iii. Frank J." Adams, b. - — , 18 — ; lives at Haverhill, 

Mass. 
iv. Lillian" Adams, b. - — , - — ; m. - - Stamp, has 

two children. 

1162. Benjamin 7 Averill (Benjamin*, Benjamin*. Samuel*, 
Job\ William 2 , William 1 ), b. June 20, 1796, at Ipswich, Mass., 
was a cooper and lived at Ipswich and Salem (1835), Mass. He 
m. Apr. 25, 1821, at Ipswich (T. R. Book 3), Elizabeth Jewett 
(dau. of John Jewett of Ipswich and Elizabeth Hodgkins, his 
wife) , b. 1802. He d. Apr. 8, 1872, at Salem. 

Children (the six first named b. at Ipswich, and bap. there 
Sept. 11, 1831. Ch. R.) : 

2312. i. Elizabeth Lord( :i ) s , b. 1821 (?); d. Sept. 16, 1822, at 

Ipswich (T. R.). 

2313. ii. Elizabeth LoRD( b )\ b. 1824 (?). 

2314. iii. Lucy Anne(') s , b. 1826 (?); d. Sept. 29, 18—, aged one 

year. 

2315. iv. Sarah Jewett*. 

2316. v. John Jewett s , b. 1829 (?); m. June 15, 1855, Octavia W. 

Oliver of Bath, Me., and has children. 



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2317. vi. Lucy Ann(")\ b. 1830 (?) ; m. Apr., 1860, Edward H. Ran- 

dall of Salem, Mass. 

2318. vii. Harriet\ b. at Ipswich; bap. Aug. 12, 1832, at Ipswich 

(Ch. R.). 

2319. viii. James William*, b. Feb. 22, 1834, at Ipswich; m. Martha 

J. Leavitt. 
232(i. ix. Benjamin*, b. Dec. 26, 1835, at Salem, Mass.; bap. June 
17, 1836, at Ipswich (Ch. R.) ; m. 1860, Lucy J. Redmond 
of Maine. 

2321. x. Joseph L.(°) s , b. 1837 (?), at Salem; d. y. 

2322. xi. Ellen Hodges*, bap. Aug., 1839, at Ipswich (Ch. R.) . 

2323. xii. Joseph L.( b ) 8 , bap. June 19, 1842, at Ipswich (Ch. R.) ; m. 

July, 1869, at Salem, Cassie D. Maxfield. 
2324 xiii. Samuel A. s , bap. June 19, 1842 (twin bro. of Joseph L.). 

2325. xiv. George J. s , b. - — , 18 — ; m. Georg-iana Saunders of 

Salem, Mass. 

1165. James Kimball 7 Averill (Benjamin*, Benjamin;', Sam- 
uel 4 , Job\ William', William'), b. Mar. 19, 1804, at Ipswich, 
Mass., was a cabinet maker and lived at Salem, Mass. He m. Eliza 
Howard Brown, whose mother was a Howard. She was b. at 
Salem, Mass., and d. there Aug. 1, 1867. He d. Sept. 2, 1855, at 
Ipswich (I.T.R.). 

Child: 

2326. i. George H.\ married. 

1167. Warren 7 Averill (Benjamin'', Benjamin'', Samuel 4 , 
Job*, William-, William'), b. July 6, 1809, at Ipswich, Mass., was 
a cooper. He m. May 15, 1832, at Ipswich (T. R.), Elizabeth 
Jane Knox of Gardiner, Me. (Int. pub. Apr. 27, 1832), who d. 
Jan. 28, 1880, at Ipswich. He d. there Dec. 26, 1884 (T. R. of 
Ipswich give Nov. 26, 1884), aged 75 yrs. 5 mos. 

Children : 

2327. i. Margaret E.\ b. 1837 (?); d. Feb. 11, 1851, at Ipswich 

('/'. R.), "aged 14 yrs." (F. R.). 
232S. ii. Abby Jane Gardner*, b. June 16, 1846, at Ipswich (T. R.) ; 

d. there Sept. 29, 1851 (T. R.), aged 6 yrs. 3 mos. 
2329. iii. Luenia W.*, b. Aug". 4, 1855, at Ipswich (T. R.) ; m. July 

21, 1892, Charles L. Perkins of Newburyport, Mass. 

1168. William Tarbell 7 Averill (Benjamin'', Benjamin 5 , 
Samuel 4 , Job 3 , William', William'), b. Apr. 13, 1811, at Ipswich, 
.Mass., was a carpenter. He was Town Treasurer of Ipswich, 
1856; and lived at Ipswich and Gloucester, Mass. He m. (1) at 



The Seventh Generation 679 

Gloucester, Eliza Winter, who d. there Aug. 17, 1839. He m. 
(2) July 15, 1841, at Ipswich (Int. pub. May 1, 1841, T. R.), 
Harriet Jewett (dau. of John Jewett and Eliz. Hoclgkins), who 
d. Apr. 28, 1890, at Ipswich (T. R.). He d. there July 1, 1882 
{Ipswich Records give July 1, 1881), aged 75 yrs. and 2 mos. 
Children (by first wife) : 

2330. i. Eliza Winter", b. Sept. 23, 1837, at Gloucester, Mass.; m. 

1860 (Int. pub. June 22, 1860. T. R.), at Ipswich, 
George H. Green. 

2331. ii. William\ b. Mar. 14, 1839 (Gloucester T. R.) ; d. Nov. 19, 

1839 {Gloucester T. R.). 

(by second wife) : 

2332. iii. Lydia Manning", b. Sept. 7, 1842, at Ipswich; m. Chas. W. 

Bamford. 

2333. iv. William Warren", b. Nov. 17, 1845, at Ipswich ( T. R.) ; 

m. 1866, at Salem, Mass., Annie . 

1174. Belinda 7 Avery (John 6 , Samuel 5 , Samuel* Averill, 
Job 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. Sept. 22, 1811, at Whitefield, Me.; 
was a bright and clever woman, and a teacher; she was m. (1) 
Feb. 23, 1831, at Whitefield, by Briggs Turner, Justice of the 
Peace (T. R.) , to Alvah Marden (son of Stephen Marden of 
Rye, N. H., and Abigail Black, his wife), b. Aug. 14, 1802, at 
Palermo, Me.; he. d. there Feb. 22, 1857. She m. (2) Oct. 17, 
1859, at Rockland, Me., Elias Skidmore, and cl. Feb. 19, 1883, 
at Liberty, Me. 

Children (all b. at Palermo) (by first husband) : 

i. Edward F. s Marden, b. May 19, 1834; m. Emma A. Per- 
kins. 
ii. Wallace" Marden, b. July 24, 1837; d. June 1, 1842, at 

Palermo, 
iii. Weston s Marden, b. Oct. 12, 1843; living, 
iv. Wayland s Marden, b. May 20, 1846; dec. 

Edward F. s Marden (Belinda 1 Avery, John 6 , Samuel 7 ', Sam- 
uel* Averill, Job 3 , William', William'), b. May 19, 1834, at 
Palermo, Me.; m. Emma A. Perkins. He d. Jan. 30, 1866, at 
Palermo. 
Child: 

i. Carrie" Marden; m. John Ayer; lived at Liberty, Me.; had 
two daughters. 



680 Averell, Averill, Avery Family 



1175. Jane Porter 7 Avery {John*, Samuel 5 , Samuel 4 Averill, 
Job 3 , William", William 1 ), b. Apr. 20, 1813, at Whitefield, Me., 
was a woman of great capabilities. She lived at Knox and 
Thomaston, Me., after her marriage, Dec. 25, 1842, at White- 
field, to Benjamin Vose. She d. Aug. 26, 1898, at Whitefield. 
Children : 

i. Celia Maria" Vose, b. at Knox, Me.; d. at Boston, Mass. 
ii. Wallace Marden" Vose, b. at Knox, Me.; d. at Boston, 

Mass. 
iii. Frank s Vose. b. at Thomaston, Me.; d. there, 
iv. Emma" Vose, b. at Thomaston, Me.; d. there, 
v. Marcia Avery" Vose, b. at Thomaston, Me.; d. there. 

1176. Levi Russell 7 Avery (John*, Samuel 5 , Samuel* 
Averill, Job 3 , William', William'), b. Feb. 26, 1816, at White- 
field, Me.; m. Aug. 15, 1852, at Sheboygan, Mich., Mary A. 
Olmstead, dau. of William and Julia Olmstead. 

Children : 

2334. i. George Edward", b. , 18 — . 

2335. ii. Reuben H. s , b. , 18—. 

2336. iii. Cornelia C", b. - — , 18 — ; m. Anthony Beard, and 

lives at Pentwater, Mich. She has quite a large family, 
one a daughter, Marcia. 

1177. John 7 Avery (John 6 , Samuel 7 ', Samuel 4 Averill, Job 3 , 
William', William'), b. Apr. 9, 1818, at Whitefield, Me., was a 
prosperous and scientific farmer, keeping pace with the best 
New England farmers of his time, and in touch with government 
experiments in the agricultural line. He was a very delightful 
man and an old-school gentleman. He was m. Jan. 20, 1848, at 
Whitefield (T. R.), by James Merrill, Justice of the Peace, to 
Ann Maria Sinnott, dau. of John Sinnott of Whitefield, and 
Caroline King his wife. She was b. Aug. 12, 1825, at Gardiner, 
Me., and was "gently bred," her mother, Caroline King, being 
the adopted dau. of Gov. King of Maine, and a woman who had 
been well educated and had unusual social advantages. Mrs. 
Avery was a delightful home-maker and their hospitality was 
rioted. She d. at Whitefield, Jan. 7, 1888. Mr. Avery survived 
her some years, some of his family or relatives being always 



John Avery, N. Whitefield, Me. 
(No. 1177.) 






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The Seventh Generation 683 

with him. He d. Jan. 7, 1903, at Stoughton, Mass., at the resi- 
dence of his dau. Mrs. Caroline Augusta Marden, wife of Judge 
Oscar A. Marden of Stoughton. His interment was in the family 
grounds at N. Whitefield Cemetery, and his sister, Mrs. Julia L. 
Marden, nearly 80 yrs. of age, came from her home in Somer- 
ville, Mass., to attend the services, Jan. 10. He had almost 
reached the age of 85 yrs., and his sterling qualities — industry, 
gentleness, benevolence, honor and justice — had endeared him to 
all associated with him, so that the tributes to his memory were 
such as make one proud that he was of our great Averell- 
Averill-Avery stock. An aged relative and neighbor, Mr. John 
D. Sinnott, said of him : "He was a good man. He had no ene- 
mies." The death of Mr. Avery's only son in 1900 was a great 
blow and undoubtedly hastened the father's death. 
Children : 

2337. i. John Edward 8 , b. Nov. 11, 1848, at Whitefield; was edu- 

cated at the public schools of Maine, Kent's Hill Semi- 
nary, Readfield, Me., and was grad. from Harvard 
University (Law) with degree of LL.B., in 1871. His 
law studies were commenced in the office of Hon. Will- 
iam P. Whitehouse at Augusta, Me. After his gradua- 
tion he was admitted to the Suffolk (Mass.) Bar, and 
commenced practice in Charlestown, Mass., in partner- 
ship with Henry A. Walker. Later he formed a part- 
nership with Erdix T. Swift of Charlestown, which con- 
nection continued until 1880, when he became general 
business manager of the publishing house of the late E. 
C. Allen, at Augusta, Me. In 1890 he returned to Bos- 
ton and resumed the practice of law. For the four years 
preceding his death he was a partner of Charles B. Stone 
of West Acton, with an office on Tremont St. He was a 
Mason — Past Grand Captain General of the Grand Com- 
mandery of Maine (etc., etc.). He enjoyed the friend- 
ship and high esteem of a wide circle of acquaintances. 
Boston Morning Journal, Feb. 27, 1903. Mr. Avery's 
death was particularly sad, for while in perfect health, 
with every promise of continued business success, he was 
run over by a carriage on Tremont St., Feb. 22, 1900, 
and d. at the City Hospital, Feb. 24, 1900. The inter- 
ment was in the Cem. at N. Whitefield, in the family 
grounds. 

2338. ii. Caroline Augusta", b. Oct. 27, 1855, at Whitefield; m. 

Oscar Avery Marden, her cousin (see under No. 1180). 



684 Aver ell. Aver ill, Avery Family 



1179. Leonard Cooper 7 Avery (John*, Samuel 5 , Samuel* 
Averill, Job, William', William 1 ), b. Apr. 5, 1822, at Whitefield, 
Me., was named after a prominent citizen of Coopers Mills, Me. 
He lived at Augusta, Me., and was m. (1) June 4, 1850, at 
Sidney, Me., to Emily J. Smiley (dau. of Samuel Smiley and 
Mary Ellis, his wife), b. July 30, 1818. He m. (2) Dec. 29, 1869, 
Abbie M. Philbrook; and d. June 9, 1891, at Augusta. (By mis- 
take this branch of our family appears in Sweet's Averys of 
Groton, Conn.) 

Children (by first wife) : 

2339. i. Fred E.\ b. Jan. 10, 1852; lives at Boston, Mass.; He m. 

at Boston, Annie Crean. 

2340. ii. Lizzie S.\ b. Aug. 24, 1854; m. (1) Fred A. Jenkins; had 

one dau. (dec). She m. (2) Albert Knowles. 

2341. iii. Alfred B.\ b. June 4, 1857; unm. 

2342. iv. Samuel S.\ b. June 21, 1859; dec. 
(by second wife) : 

2343. v. Edith", b. July 15, 1871; lives at Augusta, Me. 

1180. Julia Ann Leighton' Avery {John*, Samuel*, Sam- 
uel* Averill, Job 3 , William', William 1 ), b. Dec. 13, 1824 (T. R. 
give 1825), at Whitefield, Me., lives at Somerville, Mass. She 
m. Sept. 23, 1849, at Whitefield (T. R.) , Stephen P. Marden 
of West Cambridge, Mass. (son of Benjamin Marden of Palermo, 
Me., and Hannah L. Carr, his wife), b. Mar. 3, 1820, at Palermo. 
He d. Jan. 4, 1888, at Somerville; and she, in 1912, at the age of 
87, keeps up the taste of her youth for books and poetry, reciting 
with ease and pleasure her favorite selections memorized in past 
years, and rejoicing in the poetic talent of her grandson, Edgar 
Avery Marden. 

Children (all b. at Palermo) : 

i. William E." Marden, b. July 4, 1850; d. Mar. 25, 1871, at 

Augusta, Me. 
ii. Oscar Avery" Marden, b. Aug. 20, 1853; m. (1) May T. 

Ball; m. (2) his cousin, Caroline A. Avery (see No. 

2338 ) . 
iii. Frank W. s Marden, b. May 25, 1855; m. Jennie Ayer. 

Judge Oscar Avery K Marden (Julia 7 Avery, John 6 , Samuel 6 , 
Samuel 4 An rill. Job 3 , William', William 1 ), b. Aug. 20, 1853, at 
Palermo, Me., lives at Stoughton, Mass., and is Judge of the 
District Court of Southern Norfolk, with offices in Boston. He 



The John Avery Homestead, N. Whitefield, Me. 









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The Seventh Generation 687 



m. (1) at Stoughton, May T. Ball ; he m. (2) his cousin, Caroline 
Augusta Avery (No. 2338). For biographical sketch of Judge 
Marden (see No. 2338). 

The only child of Oscar Avery and May (Ball) Marden is: 
i. Edgar Avery' Marden, b. July 29, 1884. He took his de- 
gree of A. B. from Dartmouth College in 1906; and that 
of LL.B. from Harvard in 1909, and is a practising 
lawyer in Boston and Stoughton. He has had several of 
his sonnets published, and we take pleasure in giving 
two from the Boston Evening Transcript : — 

Failure. 

(For the Transcript.) 

"Faint not at failure. Sometimes 'tis the will 
Of the high gods, that by this means is given 
The key to life, the very road to Heaven, 
The greater good sprung from the greater ill. 
I often ponder on the men who still 
Within the shadow of the mountain pass, 
Stood — falling bravely one by one, alas — 
And at the name of Sparta make us thrill 
To-day, when all her temples lie in dust. 
Yet this was failure, and the Persian throng- 
Poured o'er those forms that kept so well their trust, 
And when we highly praise their deeds in song, 
We sing of failure; but of failure when 
They did their best, and fought and died like men." 

Edgar Avery Marden. 

Lincoln at Gettysburg. 
(For the Transcript.) 

"Living and dead: O'er all a summer sky; 
A silence as of mountains and the sea; 
Broken at length by one long-lingering sigh, 
Tribute to him who spoke immortally." 

Edgar Avery Marden. 

Frank W. 8 Marden (Julia 1 Avery, John*, Samuel 5 , Samuel* 
Averill, Job 3 , William', William'), b. May 25, 1855, at Palermo, 
Me. ; m. at Freedom, Me., Jennie Ayer. 

Children : 

i. Julia 9 Marden. 
ii. Helen" Marden. 
iii. Louise" Marden. 



688 Averell, Averill, Avery Family 

118L Harriet Leighton' Avery (John*, Samuel 5 , Samuel* 
Averill, Job 3 , William', William 1 ), b. Jan. 27, 1827, at White- 
field, Me.; lived at Thomaston, Me., and East Boston, Mass. She 
m. Mar. 30, 1859, at Augusta, Me., John M. Chaney (son of Will- 
iam Chaney of Whitefield), b. at Whitefield, d. at East Boston. 
She d. there May 14, 1868. 
Child : 

i. Emma M." Chaney, b. Mar. 3, 1860, at Thomaston, lives at 
Somerville, Mass. She m. Nov., 1888, at Boston, Mass., 
Bartlett Peace Crenner. 

1182. Marcia Ayer 7 Avery (John 3 , Samuel;', Samuel 4 
Averill, Job 3 , William', William 1 ), b. Mar. 24, 1831, at White- 
field, Me. ; lived at Boston, Mass. She m. Jan. 1, 1862, at Boston, 
Rufus Greenleaf Norris (son of Rufus Greenleaf Norris of 
Boston, Mass., and Julia Ann Lovejoy, his wife), b. Dec. 18, 
1832, at Boston. He d. there, Jan. 1, 1887. Mrs. Norris was a 
well educated and delightful woman, had travelled abroad and 
in her own country and was deeply interested in all questions 
of the day. She d. Sept. 15, 1905, and left her residence in Bos- 
ton to her nephew, Judge Oscar Avery Marden. 
Children : 

i. Henry Otis' Norris, b. June 2, 1864, at Boston, Mass.; d. 

there May 6, 1875. 
ii. Julia Avery s Norris, b. Jan. 16, 1867, at Boston; d. there 
May 9, 1878. 

1193. George Robert 7 Avery (Robert Foye s , Samuel 5 , 
Samuel 4 Averill, Job 3 , William'.. William'), b. Sept. 3, 1848, at 
Jefferson, Me.; m. June 1, 1868, at Brunswick, Me., 'Mary Chris- 
topher of Brunswick. He d. July 25, 1890. 
Child : 

2:: II. i. Mae Belle 8 , b. Mar. 11, 1873, at Lisbon, Me.; m. Cyrus 
Robinson of Exeter, N. H., where they live. 

1205. Isaac Newton 7 Averell {Luke 9 , Isaac 5 , Luke*, Eben- 
< :< i • . William-, William'), b. Aug. 7, 1819, at Topsfield, Mass., 
was a shoemaker and lived at Topsfield. He m. (1) May 17, 
L849, Mary S. Bradstreet (dau. of Asa Bradstreet of George- 
town, Mass., and Selina - — , his wife), b. Jan. 24, 1823, 
at Georgetown, d. Dec. 29, 1851, at Topsfield. He m. (2) Apr. 



The Seventh Generation 689 

21, 1857, Mary E. Wilson, formerly of Annapolis, Nova Scotia, 
who d. Aug. 20, 1880. Mr. Averill was a vigorous man when 
nearly 80 yrs. of age and quite interested in the history and 
places of residence of his ancestors in Topsfield, having been in 
touch with Mr. Geo. Francis Dow's work as historian of this and 
other families of Topsfield, and to whom we are indebted for 
these records. 

Child (by first wife) : 

2345. i. Lydia Ann\ b. July 9, 1851, at Topsfield; d. there Sept. 
11, 1851. 

1207. Irene" (or Irena?) Averill (Paul 6 , Paul 5 , Icliabod*, 
Thomas 3 , William', William'), b. Apr. 25, 1810, lived at Nor- 
wich, Oxford Co., Canada. She m. John C. Hamilton. 

Children (nine) : 

i. Hiram B. v Hamilton, b. Feb. 1, 1837; m. Gertrude East- 
man. 

Hiram B. 8 Hamilton (Irene' Averill, Paul 6 , Paul 5 , Ichabod*, 
Thomas, William-, William'), b. Feb. 1, 1837, at Norwich, 
Oxford Co., Canada. He is a hotel-keeper, and has lived at 
Saginaw and Detroit, Mich. He m. Oct. 24, 1872, at Midland 
City, Mich., Gertrude Eastman (dau. of John Eastman of La- 
peer, Mich., and Mina Atkins, his wife), b. 1851, at Lapeer. 

Children : 

i. John C." Hamilton, b. Auk- 21, 1873, at Saginaw, lives at 

Detroit. He m. 1896, at Windsor, Ont., Harriet Gagnier; 

they have two children. 
ii. Louis E. 9 Hamilton, b. Nov. 28, 1876, at Midland, Mich., 

lives at Detroit. He m. there, 1898, Allice Higgs. They 

have one child. 

1209. Harrison ; Averill (Paul 6 , Paul 5 , Ichabod*, Thomas*, 
William-, William'), b. Apr. 1, 1813, at London, Canada (the 
first white child born there). He was a lumberman and lived 
at Otterville, Ont. ; Grandhaven. Frankfort, Averill Station and 
Millington, Mich. He m. (1) 1832, at Otterville, Oxford Co., 
Ont., Mahala Fox, b. 1815, at London, Can.; d. 1849. He m. (2) 
Emily Hewitt, who d. 1885. He d. 1883, at Millington, where he 
was buried. Averill, Mich., was named after him. 



690 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

Children (by first wife) : 

2346. i. Harrison Samuel", b. 1833; m. Augusta Hawley. 

23 17. ii. Paul Jones", b. 1835, at Otterville, lived at Port Huron, 
Mich. He m. 1860, at Chicago, 111., Flora Snow. They 
had five children who were all drowned together in Lake 
Erie, near Cleveland. 

2348. iii. Levi 8 , b. 1837, at Otterville. He m. 1858, at Traverse City, 

Mich., Maria Bryant; they had no children. They are 
both dead; he d. 1895, in Branch Co., Mich. 

2349. iv. Sarah\ b. 1839, at Otterville, lived at Frankfort; she m. 

there, 1860, David Sutherland. They had no children. 
She d. 1861, at Frankfort. 

2350. v. Mary", b. 1841, at Otterville, lives at Grand Rapids, Mich. 

She m. 1861, at Frankfort, Samuel Pierce. They have 
five children. 

2351. vi. Alida 8 , b. 1844, at Otterville, lives at Grand Rapids. She 

m. 1866, at Averill Station, Alonzo Hawley, who d. 1898, 
at Coleman, Mich. They had two children. 

1213. Hugh S. 7 Averill {Paul 6 , Paul", Ichabod*, Thomas*, 
William', William 1 ), b. Dee. 22, 1823, at Norage, Upper Canada. 
He m. (1) Apr. 2, 1851, at Walker, Kent Co., Mich., Laura 
Gillette, b. Apr. 26, 1825, in Herkimer Co., N. Y. He m. (2) 
Mar. 14, 1854, at Polkton, , Maria Jackson, 

Children (by first wife) : 

2361. i. Elzina\ 

(by second wife) : 

2362. ii. Mary 8 . 

2363. iii. Harrison", b. , - — ; m. Hezga Stiles. 

1217. William Walter 7 Averill (Paul , Paul 5 , Ichabod\ 
Thomas, William', William 1 ), b. Mar. 25, 1832, lives at Tampa, 
Fla. He m. Mary J. Carlisle. 

Children : 

2375. i. Eugene F.\ b. 1854; m. Sarah J. 

2376. ii. ■ s (?). 

2377. iii. s (?). 

1223. Daniel 7 Averill (Samuel", Paul 5 , Ichabod*, Thomas 3 , 
William', William 1 ), b. Jan. 26, 1818, in Canada; m. July 20, 
1839, Hattie S. Joslin, b. Apr. 28, 1824; d. Sept. 4, 1880. He d. 
Sept. 11, 1878. 



The Seventh Generation 691 



Children : 

2381. i. Mortimer* 5 , b. June 7, 1841, lives at Muskegon, Mich. He 

is a man of education and ability and has co-operated 
with the compiler of this genealogy in the search for 
data of his branch of the Averill family. 

2382. ii. William M. s , b. Nov. 20, 1843; m. Electa Gay. 

1224. Charlotte 7 Averill (Samuel*, Paul 5 , (1)Iehabod\ 
Thomas 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. Dec. 18, 1829 or '30, at Mon- 
treal, Canada; m. (2nd w.) at Rochester, Mich., Hosea Balean 
Richardson of Rochester (son of Lemuel Richardson of Conesus 

Center, Ontario Co., N. Y., and Bush, his wife), b. in 

Vermont, d. Oct. 28, 1880, at Rochester, where his father had 
lived. She d. there June 20, 1873. 

Children : 

i. Samuel Hosea 8 Richardson, m. Ellie Hutaff, had four chil- 
dren. 

ii. Emma 8 Richardson, m. Walter Lowe, lives at Denver, Col. 

iii. Annie 8 Richardson, m. Washington Irving Taylor, lives at 
Rochester; has four children. 

iv. George Bush 8 Richardson, b. Dec. 17, 1858, at Rochester, 
Mich.; m. June 20, 1880, Ada Stone, at Troy, Mich. 
They live at Pontiac, Mich, and have one child. 

1226. Paul Jones 7 Averill (Samuel 9 , Paul", (?) Iehabod\ 
Thomas 3 , William' 2 , William 1 ), b. Mar. 2, 1824, in Farmington 
Township, Oakland Co., Mich.; m. Mar. 23, 1851, in Olive Town- 
ship, Clinton Co., Mich, (at the home of the bride), to Anna 
Almira Ferguson, b. Aug. 31, 1830, in Avon Township, Oakland 
Co., Mich.; d. Apr. 16, 1863. 

Children : 

Orange Paul 8 , b. Mar. 10, 1852, at Olive Township; dec. 
Anna Elizabeth 8 , b. July 2, 1853, at Olive Township; dec. 
Daniel Lemuel 8 , b. July 1, 1859, at Pontiac Township. 

Sarah Ann 8 , b. , 18 — . 

(Child) 8 , b. - — , 1863; d. 1863. 

1227. Sarah Ann 7 Averill (Samuel 6 , Paul", ( ?) Ichabod\ 
Thomas 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. , 18 — ; m. L. H. New- 
ton. 

Child : 

i. L. C. Newton 8 (M.D.), b. , ; m. Emma Rich- 
ardson, adopted dau. of Chas. and Diana Richardson of 
Alpena, Mich. His wife d. some years ago. He lives at 
Detroit, Mich., as do hie children. 



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2384. 


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2385. 


iii. 


2386. 


iv. 


2387. 


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692 Aver ell, Averill, Avery Family 

1229. Lanador Barnes 7 Averill (David R.*, Thomas 5 , ('l)Ich- 
abod\ Thomas 3 , William', William 1 ), b. Jan. 25, 1818, at Bur- 
lord, Ont., Can.; was a farmer and carpenter and lived at 
Medina. 0., and Dorr, Allegan Co., Mich. He m. July 7, 1846, 
at York, Medina Co., 0.. Ellen or Eleanor Depew. He d. Dec. 
11, 1893, at Antioch Township, Wexford Co., Mich. 

Children : 

2388. i. Orange Wilton 8 , b. July 4, 1848, in Ohio; d. 1851. 

2389. ii. Charles Edward", b. May 31, 1850, at Medina; m. 1874, at 

Dorr, Charlotte Welfare, and had one child. He d. May 
29, 1881, at Dorr. 

2390. iii. Harriet Tryphena\ b. July 26, 1852, at Medina, lives at 

Belding-, Mich. She m. Levi Edson. 

2391. iv. Josepha C.\ b. Oct. 1, 1855, at Medina, lives at Dorr. 

2392. v. Cora Belle\ b. Feb. 16, 1858, at Medina; m. Chester C. 

Daus'herty. 

2393. vi. Lilly Irene\ b. Sept. 22, 1859, at Medina, lives at Reed 

City, Mich. She m. Nov., 1880, at Sand Lake, Kent Co., 
Mich., Wm. E. Smith. They have one child. 

2394. vii. Lanapor Barnes', b. July 16, 1861, at Medina, O.; d. May 

31, 1888, at Dorr. 
2395 viii. Benjamin B.\ b. May 3, 1863, at Medina, lives at Aber- 
deen, Wash. 

2396. ix. Burt Jerome\ b. Mar. 26, 1865, at Dorr, lives at Grand 

Forks, B. C. 

2397. x. Peter Depew\ b. Jan. 9, 1867, at Dorr; m. Sept. 25, 1900, 

at Virginia City, Wash., Clara Nourse. 

2398. xi. Romeo Herbert', b. Sept. 7, 1869, at Dorr; d. Feb. 11, 

1873. 

1230. David Ransom 7 Averill or Avery, Jr. (David R:\ 
Thomas*, Ichabod*, Thomas 3 , William-, William'), b. Feb. 17, 
L821, at London Township, Can., lives at Dorr, Mich. He m. 
18 15, jit York, Med-'na Co., O., Eliza Ann Alexander, (dau. of 
Giles Alexander and Caroline , his wife). 

Children : 

2399. i. Albert N.\ b. - — , ; lives at Dorr. 

2400. ii. ADELLA C.\ b. - — , ; lives at Findlay, O. She m. 

Mr. Ewinjj. 

2401. hi. RoziLLA' (?), b. , • d. 



The Seventh Generation 693 

1231. Edward 7 Averill (David R:\ Thomas', Ichabod*, 
Thomas", William-, William 1 ), b. Mar. 30, 1823, at London Town- 
ship, Ont., Can., is a farmer and lives at Dorr, Allegan Co,, 
Mich. He was in the Civil War, served one year as recruit in 
the Reg. of Engineers and Mechanics of Michigan. He m. Feb. 
18, 1846, at York, Medina Co., O., Mary Branch (dau. of Nathan 
Branch of Dorr, and Polly Capron, his wife), b. Mar. 5, 1825, at 
Groton, Tompkins Co., N. Y. ; d. June 8, 1894, at Dorr. 

Children : 

2402. i. David Branard", b. Dec. 15, 1846, at York, Medina Co., O.; 

moved in 1857 to Allegan Co., Mich. Enlisted in Co. E 
of the Tenth Mich. Cav. for service in Civil War. He 
received an honorable discharge at the close of the War 
and since then has engaged in farming. Has served as 
Supervisor of Liberty Township, Wexford Co., Mich., 
also as Township Treasurer and Justice of the Peace. 
He is a progressive and industrious farmer and a loyal 
Republican. He m. May 28, 1868, at Corinth, Mich., 
Mary Weaver, and they have two children. 

2403. ii. Mary Loretta". b. Sept. 29, 1848, at York, lives at Dorr. 

She is a member of the M. E. Church. She m. Oct. 10, 
1872, at Dorr, Lewis W. Yerington. They have three 
children. 

2404. iii. Lucius Lanador", b. Sept, 8, 1850, at York; m. Alida Lilly. 

2405. iv. Electa\ b. Oct. 7, 1852, at York; d. there Feb. 21, 1853. 

2406. v. Rosamund" 1 , b. Dec. 3, 1853, at York, lives at Bellaire, 

Mich., is a member of the Cong. Ch. She m. Dec. 15, 
1875, at Dorr, Sedgwick S. Terrell; they have five chil- 
dren. 

2407. vi. Ursula J.\ b. Mar. 12, 1856, at Dorr, is a member of Cong. 

Ch., lives at Grand Rapids, Mich. She m. Jan. 1, 1874. 
at Dorr, Eugene Carril. They have six children. 

1232. Albert 7 Averill (David R:\ Thomas", Ichabod 4 , 
Thomas', William-, William'), b. 1825, at London Township, 
Can., lived at El Paso, Tex. He m. . 

Children : 

2408. i. George", dec. 

2409. ii. James". 

2410. iii. Elizabeth". 

2411. iv. Hattie". 



694 Averell, Averill, Avery Family 



1233. Almira 7 Averill (David R. 6 , Thomas-', Ichabod*, 
Thomas 3 , William-, William'), b. 1828, at London Township, 
Ont., Can. She m. 1845, at York, Medina Co., 0., William 

Phillips. 

Children : 

i. James" Phillips. 

ii. Charles" Phillips. 

iii. Helen" Phillips. 

iv. Flora" Phillips. 

v. Fred" Phillips. 

vi. Joseph" Phillips. 

1234. Mary Jane 7 Averill (David R.\ Thomas 5 , Ichabod*, 
Thomas", William", William 1 ), b. May 25, 1829, at London Town- 
ship, Ont., Can., lives at Hopkins, Allegan Co., Mich. She m. 
Sept. 3, 1850, at Hudson, Summit Co., O., Guy Kilbourne (son of 
George Kilbourne and Mary Wolcott, his wife), b. at Hudson, 0. 

Child : 

i. Ella Rowena s Kilbourne, b. June 1, 1852; m. Edward 
Gregory. 

Ella Rowena s Kilbourne (Mary J.' Averill, David R. e , 
Thomas 5 , Ichabod 4 , Thomas 7 ', William"-, William 1 ), b. June 1, 
1852, at Hudson, Summit Co., 0., lives at Hopkins, Mich. She 
m. Apr. 27, 1873, at Otsego, Mich., Edward Gregory. 
Children : 

i. Glenn Rozill 9 Gregory, b. Apr. 26, 1875. 
ii. Azell Harvey 9 Gregory, b. July 17, 1879. 
iii. Gertie Jane 9 Gregory, b. Mar. 9, 1881. 

1235. Emeline 7 Averill (David R.*, Thomas", Ichabod*, 
Thomas-, William"-, William 1 ), b. 1831, in Monroe Co., N. Y., 
lived in the West. She m. (1) 1852, in Michigan, Dr. Herbert 
Whitehill, m. (2) Bundy. She d. Feb. 25, 1864, in the 

West. 

Children (by first husband) : 

i. Clara" Whitehill, prob. dee. 
ii. Hiram* Whitehill. 

(by second husband) : 
iii. Esther" Bundy. 
iv. Charles" Bundy, prob. dec 
v. Chester" Bundy. 



The Seventh Generation 695 

1236. Charles Robert 7 Averill (David R. e , Thomas 5 , Icha- 
bod\ Thomas*, William', William 1 ), b. Sept. 6, 1833, in Monroe 
Co., N. Y. (or Burfort, Oxford Co., Can.?), is a farmer and lives 
at Dorr, Mich. Served in the Civil War, 1st, in First Engineers 
and Mechanics Co., 2nd, in Co. L, First Mich. Cav. He m. July 
29. 1856, at Dorr, Elizabeth Ann Sterling (dan. of James A. 
Sterling- and Margaret Seed, his wife), b. Dec. 21, 1834, at 
Livingstone Co., Mich. ; d. Aug. 22, 1900, at Dorr, Mich. 

Children: 

2412. i. William Sherman", b. Oct. 13, 1866; m. Grace - 

2413. ii. Carrie (or Clara?) Adell\ b. 186- (?); m. Olin Bera. 

2414. iii. George\ b. — , ; dec. 

1237. Susan 7 Averill (David 6 , TJtomas r ', Ichabod 4 , Thomas 3 , 
William', William'), b. 1836 (?), in Monroe Co., N. Y. She m. 
Asa Weaver. 

Children : 

i. Louisa" Weaver. 
ii. Fannie* Weaver. 
iii. George' Weaver. 
iv. Minnie" Weaver. 
v. Loretta* Weaver. 
vi. Burr* Weaver. 
vii. Henry s Weaver. 

1238. Hiram Nelson 7 Averill [David R. & , Thomas' 1 , Ichabod 4 , 
Thomas'; William 2 , William 1 ), b. Oct. 17, 1842, at Greece, Mon- 
roe Co., N. Y., is a lawyer and lives at Grand Rapids, Mich. He 
m. 1861, at Grand Rapids, Maria M. Stone (dau. of Rev. Chaun- 
cey Stone and Sarah Bird, his wife), b. July 29, 1844, at Chat- 
ham, Medina Co., 0. 

Children : 

2415. i. Lillie Emaline\ b. Nov. 16, 1863, at Dorr, lives at Byron, 

Kent Co., Mich. She m. 1882, at Dorr, Frank Stevens; 
they have three children. 

2416. ii. Clara Lavan s , b. Apr. 13, 1866, at Dorr; m. Charles New- 

man. 

2417. iii. Maud M. s , b. May 22, 1879, at Dorr; d. Jan. 14, 1894, at 

Grand Rapids, Mich. 



696 Averell, Averill, Avery Family 

1246. Samantha 7 Averill (Thomas , Thomas 5 , Ichabod*, 
Thomas 3 , William-, William'), b. Jan. 27, 1837, in Ontario, Can.; 
m. Thomas Pettitt. 

Children: 

i. Carrie" Pettitt. b. - — , - — ; m. Mr. Cowles, lives at 

Des Moines, la. 
ii. Mary" Pettitt, b. — — . ; m. Mr. Wilson. She has 

the Family Bible of Thomas Averill, her grandfather. 

She lives at Newton, la. 
iii. Bertha" Pettitt, b. , ; m. Mr. Cowen, lives at 

Des Moines. la. 

1247. George A. 7 Averill (Thomas 6 , Thomas 5 , IchabocV, 
Thomas 3 , William', William 1 ), b. May 9, 1838, at Oakland, Ont., 
is a dentist and has lived at Des Moines and Corning, la. He 
lives at present at De Witt, la. He m. (1) Oct. 1, 1866, at De 
Witt, Elizabeth Shoemaker (dan. of Charles Shoemaker and 
Sarah Long, his wife), b. Aug. 11, 1845, at Chemung Co., N. Y., 
d. Jan. 27, 1882, at Corning. He m. (2) Sept. 5, 1882, at Corn- 
ing, H. S. Alexander. 

Children (by first wife) : 

2443. i. Ella", b. Oct. 4, 1867, at De Witt, la., lives at Kalama, 

Wash. She m. Nov. 10, 1885, at Corning, W. F. Magill. 
They have two children. 

2444. ii. Adelb(ert?) D.", b. Nov. 20, 1869, at De Witt, la. He m. 

June 20, 1891, at Maivern, la., Mamie Haynes. 
244',. iii. May", b. May 1, 1871, at De Witt. 

2446. iv. Florence", b. Apr. 18, 1873, at Ottumwa, la. 

2447. v. Grace A.", b. Oct. 16, 1877, at Corning. 

2448. vi. Grant A.", b. Feb. 10, 1880, at Corning. 

(by second wife) : 

2449. vii. Louisa", b. Mar. 4, 1884, at Corning. 
2ir>n. viii. Wallace", b. Mar. 8, 1886, at Corning. 

1250. Walter S. 7 Averill (Thomas 5 , Thomas 5 , Ichabod*, 
Thomas, William', William'), b. July 24, 1843, in Norfolk (?) 
Co., Can. West, is a dentist and lives at Afton, la. He m. (1) 
Apr. 7. 1867, at Toulon, 111., Mattie Kindall (dau. of Thomas 
Kindall of Ashland, ().), V). Jan. 14, 1846, at Ashland, d. Jan. 21, 
1877, at Alton, la. He m. (2) Feb. 12, 1878, Appoline Norris. 



The Seventh Generation 697 

Children (by first wife) : 

2451. i. Edith S. s , b. June 5, 1870, at Toulon, 111., lives at Villisca. 

la. She m. there 1890, Grant Edenfield; they have one 
child. 

2452. ii. Maud", b. Aug., 1874, at Afton, la., d. there Apr. 5, 1875. 

2453. iii. William W. s , b. Nov. 8, 1876, at Afton, lives there. He 

m. June 4, 1900, at Afton, Maud Ranshaw, and they have 
one child. 

(by second wife) : 

2454. iv. Clyde A. 8 , b. Aug. 21, 1880, at Afton. He lives in Mem- 

phis, Tenn. 

2455. v. James D. s , b. Mar. 4, 1883, at Afton, lives there. 

1251. Eliza Thompson 7 Averell (Isaac 9 , Ebenezer 5 , Abijah*, 
Thomas 3 , William-, William'), b. June 24, 1818, at Nantucket, 
Mass. ; m. Apr. 17, 1844, at New York City, Charles Tidd Wilde, 
who was b. Aug. 13, 1818, at Boston, Mass., the son of Ebenezer 
Wilde of Boston (whose father Ebenezer Wilde was b. at Brain- 
tree and was one of the founders of the Society of the Cincinatti) 
and of Abigail Tennant or Tennatt, his wife, who was a sister 
of Rebecca Tennatt, wife of Isaac Averell. Mrs. Wilde d. at 
Chelsea, Mass.. Apr. 3, 1875, and her husband is still living there 
with his dau. Mrs. Jewett, and is a member of the Society of the 
Cincinnati by right of descent. He owns the Diaries of his 
Revolutionary ancestor, which were kept all through the War of 
the Revolution. 
Children : 

i. Helen L. A." Wilde, b. Feb. 8, 1845; m. William M. Jewett. 

ii. Harriette H." Wilde, b. , — — ; m. John W. Dole. 

Helen L. A. Wilde (Eliza 7 Averell, Isaac 6 , Ebenezer 5 , Abi- 
jah\ Thomas'\ William' 2 , William 1 ), b. Feb. 8, 1845; m. William 
M. Jewett (son of Oliver Jewett, who was b. at Boston, and of 
Elizabeth Underwood Hubbard, his wife, of Portsmouth, N. H.), 
b. July 1, 1842, at Boston; d. July 11, 1900. Mrs. Jewett resides 
with her father, Mr. Charles Tidd Wilde at Chelsea, Mass. 
Children : 

i. Harriette 1 ' Jewett, b. Oct. 3, 1876. 
ii. Rebecca" Jewett, b. Sept. 6, 1881. 



698 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

1279. Rebecca Gallison 7 Averell (Isaac Cooper 6 Aver ell, 
Ebenezer 5 , Abijah*, Thomas'", William 2 , William 1 ), b. Nov. 9, 
1820, at Orange St., Nantucket, Mass., lives at New York City 
and Middletown, Conn., and m. Aug. 20, 1843, at St. Peters 
(Catholic Church), Barclay St., New York, Patrick Henry Pep- 
per, who was the son of John Pepper and Annie McNierny, his 
wife. He was b. Apr. 26, 1819, in County Clare, Ireland, and 
lived at Mobile, Alabama, from 1851. Mrs. Pepper who is deeply 
interested in her family history has given from memory nearly all 
the family records which here appear excepting town, county 
and church records. That the Editor and Mrs. Pepper disagree 
(Sept., 1906) about the name of her grandfather who d. before 
she was b., and the surname of her grandmother Averell who d. 
when she was a young girl, is not the fault of Mrs. Pepper, and 
may prove to be the mistake of the Editor who has tried to solve 
a difficult problem from various records. 
Children : 

i. George Henky s Pepper, b. May 13, 1844, at New York City; 

d. there 1847. 
ii. Mary Eliza" Pepper, b. Apr. 26, 1846, at Middleton, Conn.; 

m. John Maguire. 
iii. William Averell" Pepper, b. May 23, 1849, at New York; 

d. at Mobile, 1851. 
iv. Agnes Rebecca" Pepper, b. Oct. 9, 1851, at Mobile, Ala.; 

d. there Aug-., 1863. 
v. James" Pepper, b. Apr. 9, 1854, at Mobile; lived at New 
Orleans, was a physician there at the Charity Hospital; 
and d. there Oct., 1878. 
vi. Gerald Averell" Pepper, b. May 27, 1856, at Mobile; d. 

there May, 1862. 
vii. John" Pepper, b. May 3, 1858, at Mobile; d. there May, 

1859. 
viii. Leila Maud" Pepper, b. Mar. 20, 1860, at New York; m. 

Albert E. Coudrey. 
ix. Annie Clare" Pepper, b. Sept. 7, 1861, at Mobile; d. there, 

1863. 
x. Walter Joseph" Pepper, b. Oct. 12, 1862, at Mobile; m. 
Emma Conart. 

Mary Eliza 8 Pepper (Rebecca 7 Averell, Isaac 6 , Ebenezer*, 
Abijah 4 , Thomas 3 , William-, William 1 ), b. Apr. 26, 1846, at Mid- 
dletown, Conn.; m. Feb. 7, 1869, at the Cathedral, Mobile, Ala., 
John Maguire, and d. Feb. 24, 1874, at Mobile. 



The Seventh Generation 699 

Children : 

i. Agnes 9 Maguire; m. Mr. - - Hairston. 
ii. Rebecca* Maguire; m. Mr. - Lining. 

Leila Maud* Pepper (Rebecca 7 Averell, Isaac 6 , Ebenezer 5 , 
Abijah*, Thomas 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. Mar. 20, 1860, at New 
York City; m. Oct. 31, 1888, at New York City, Albert E. 
Coudrey. They live at Orange, N. J. 
Children : 

i. Albert E. 9 Coudrey. 

ii. Leonora Averell 9 Coudrey. 

Walter Joseph 8 Pepper (Rebecca 7 Averell, Isaac 6 , Ebene- 
zer\ Abijah 4 , Thomas 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. Oct. 12, 1862, at 
Mobile, Ala. ; m. Emma Cowart, Feb. 14, 1888, at Mobile. They 
live at Richmond, Va. 
Children : 

i. Leila Mary 9 Pepper, b. Dec. 8," 1888. 

ii. Helen Kegina 9 Pepper, b. Feb. 2, 1891. 

iii. Mary 9 Pepper, b. Feb. 11, 1894. 

iv. Gerald Averell 9 Pepper, b. May 28, 1897. 

v. James Henry 9 Pepper, b. Mar. 5, 1900. 

1280. Isaac Mansfield 7 Averell (Isaac 6 , Ebenezer 5 , Abijah*, 
Thomas 3 , William"-, William 1 ), b. 1822, at Nantucket, Mass.; m. 
at New York City, N. Y., Therese Hamilton. Mr. Averell d. at 
Oakland, Cal. 

Children : 

2475. i. William Mansfield 8 , who is living in California. 

2476. ii. Agnes 8 , b. — , ; m. Livingstone Jacques (?); 

lives at New York City (?). 

2477. iii. Frances 8 , b. , ; m. Edward Eggleston; lives at 

Alameda, Cal. 

1282. Mary Rexford 7 Averell (Isaac 6 , Ebenezcr*, Abijah*, 

Thomas 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. , ; m. David Reese; 

d. at New York City. 
Children : 

i. Agnes' Reese who m. Mr. Jacques. 

There is prob. some confusion between Agnes, dau. 
of Isaac Mansfield Averell, and Agnes, dau. of Mary 
Rexford (Averell) Resse. See Isaac M. notes. — Ed. 



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700 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

1291. Levi 7 Averill (Rossiter 6 , Thomas 7 ', Solomo?i\ Thomas 3 , 
William', William'), b. Mar. 17, 1827, at Chemung, N. Y., was 
a manufacturer of linen and lived at Elmira, N. Y. He m. Sept. 
15, 1853, at Cortland, N. Y., Sarah Taber (dau. of Charles 
Taber of Cortland and Nellie Decker, his wife), b. Aug. 27, 
L832, at Cortland. He d. Oct. 5, 1888, at Horseheads, N. Y. 
Children (all b. at Elmira) : > 

Nellie 5 , b. Aug. 5, 1854; d. Feb. 5, 1856, at Elmira. 
Charlie Ross\ b. Sept. 18, 1856; d. Oct. 6, 1856, at Elmira. 
Annie Elizaeeth", b. Aug. 18, 1858, lives at Elmira. She 
m. July 16, 1885, at Horseheads, John H. Price, M.D.; 
they have two children. 
2503. iv. Alice Louisa*, b. Apr. 7, 1861; m. Dec. 19, 1883, at Elmira, 
T. S. Van Duzer. They live at Horseheads. 

1293. John Hiram 7 Averell (Jacob''', Ebcnezer 7 ', Solomon 4 , 
Thomas*, William-, William 1 ), b. , ; lived at Charles- 
ton, W. Va. He m. (1) Smart, dau. of a planter; he 

m. (2) ? 

Children : 

2.101. i. Wallace', lives at Maiden, W. Va. 

i^-'id."!. ii. William', lives at Marneet, W. Va. 

2506. iii. John", lives at Lowmoor, Va. 

1295. Emily Clementina 7 Averell (Hiram 6 , Ebenezer'% Solo- 
mon', Thomas 3 , William', William'), b. June 24, 1822, at Addi- 
son, N. Y. ; lived at Addison and Elmira, N. Y., Boone Co., 
Court House, Va., St. Joseph, Mo., Hartsville, Almond and Hor- 
nellsville, N. Y., and Chicago, 111. She m. 1842, at Elmira, N. Y., 
Sylvester H. Reynolds of Elmira, who d. at Hornellsville. She d. 
Jan., 189:], at Chicago and was buried at Hornellsville. 
Children : 

i. Anna Elizabeth" Reynolds, b. at Elmira; d. there. 

ii. Hector Seward" Reynolds, b. at Elmira; d. there. 

iii. William Averell" Reynolds, b. at Elmira; d. there. 

iv. Fannie" Reynolds, b. in Virginia. 

v. Mary Virginia" Reynolds, b. in Virginia. 

vi. Oscar Bennett" Reynolds. 

vii. Martha" Reynolds. 



The Seventh Generation 701 

1296. Sarah Elizabeth 7 Averell (Hiram'', Ebenezer 5 , Solo- 
mon*, Thomas 3 , William-, William'), b. Feb. 15, 1831, at Came- 
ron, N. Y., was a school teacher and lived at Cameron, Bath and 
Binghampton, N. Y. She m. Apr. 12, 1853, at Cameron, Leander 
Dascomb, who was b. in Ohio. She d. Sept. 22, 1887, at Bing- 
ham pton. 

Child: 

i. William Averell' Dascomb, b. June 22, 1854, at Cameron; 
m. Mary Jane Stewart. 

William Avereir Dascomb (Sarah 7 Averell, Hiram 6 , Ebene- 
zer', Solomon', Thomas 3 , William-, William'), b. June 22, 1854, 
at Cameron, N. Y., lived at Bath, N. Y. He m. Oct. 17, 1883, at 
Penn Yan, N. Y., Mary Jane Stewart, dau. of James Gordon 
Stewart and Elizabeth Kennedy, his wife. He d. Aug. 28, 1889, 
at Binghampton, N. Y. Mrs. Dascomb lives at Bath. 
Children (all b. at Binghampton) : 

i. James Stewart' Dascomb, b. Feb. 21, 1885, lives at Bath, 
ii. William Everett' Dascomb, b. Mar. 24, 1887, lives at 

Bath, 
iii. Hiram Averell" Dascomb, b. May 22, 1889. 

1298. Brevet Major-General William Woods 7 Averell (Hi- 
ram 6 , Ebenezer 7 ', Solomon*, Thomas 3 , William-, William'), b. 
Nov. 5, 1832, at Cameron, Steuben Co., N. Y., was appointed to 
the West Point Military Academy in 1851, and four years later, 
1855, was graduated from it with honor. He was commissioned 
lieutenant in the U. S. mounted Rifles and served at the frontier 
with distinction in the Wars against the Indians in 1857-8. He 
was Captain of the body guard at President Lincoln's first in- 
auguration, and a little later was sent by Gen. Winfield Scott on 
a secret mission to Fort Smith, Texas. The hardships of this 
trip were so great that he never fully recovered his previous 
strength. In the first battle of Bull Run he was Adjutant- 
General of Col. Andrew Porter's brigade ; and soon after he was 
appointed Colonel of the Third Pennsylvania Cavalry. Sept., 
1861, he was given command of the first brigade of cavalry or- 
ganized during the War, of which he was the head during the 
campaign of the Peninsular, 1862; then he was given the com- 



702 Averell, Averill, Avery Family 

mand of a division of cavalry. He was one of the most conspicu- 
ous cavalry leaders on the Union side during the Civil War. In 
1862 he was appointed Brigadier-General, serving with distinction 
in the Army of the Potomac, in West Virginia, and in the campaign 
of Sheridan. He was six times brevetted for gallantry in par- 
ticular action. At the time of his retirement from service he 
held the rank of Brevet Major-General of the Regular Army. 
After the War he held important positions. He was U. S. 
Consul-General to British North America 1866-69, residing at 
Montreal, and afterwards he was Assistant Inspector-General 
for the Board of Managers of National and State Homes for 
disabled Veterans of the Army and Navy. He was m. Sept. 24, 
1885, at Bath, N. Y., to Kezia Hayward, who survived her hus- 
band. They had no children. General Averell was very original 
and inventive and the honor of inventing the asphalt pavements, 
now found so generally in our large cities, is assigned to him. 
Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington is a beautiful specimen of 
the work done by the company in which he as its inventor was 
interested. 

He was very companionable, with a keen sense of humor, 
and an inexhaustible fund of anecdotes, and was both a broad 
minded and generous citizen. In politics he was a Democrat. 
He d. Feb. 3, 1900, at the Hornellsville Sanitarium and his re- 
mains were brought to Bath and buried with military honors, 
Feb. 5 ; the services being held at St. Thomas' Church. 

1299. Oscar James 7 Averell (Hiram 6 , Ebenezer 5 , Solomon*.. 
Thomas 3 , William-, William 1 ), b. July 15, 1834, at Cameron, 
N. Y., was educated at Bath and Elmira, N. Y., and Oberlin, 0., 
and was a school teacher for some years. He was a very promi- 
nent Republican. For three years he was County Clerk of 
Steuben Co., N. Y. He was Collector of Internal Revenue, and 
Chief Clerk of the U. S. Court at Utah for four years. He lived 
at Cameron and Bath, N. Y., Washington, D. C, and Salt Lake 
City, Utah. He was a very handsome young man, had a fine 
character and was very highly regarded, and very deeply missed 
by his friends and associates after his death. He m. Nov. 19, 
1K62, at Bath, N. Y., Helen C. Thompson (dau. of Jared H. 
Thompson of Bath, and Maria Vrooman, his wife), b. Apr. 5, 



The Seventh Generation 703 

1841, at Bath, N. Y. He d. Dec. 20, 1892, in Providence Hospi- 
tal, Washington, D. C. 
Children : 
2507. i. William Woods 2nd 8 , b. Oct. 29, 1863, at Bath; d. May 24, 

1865, at Pittsburg, Pa. 
250S. ii. Edward", b. Apr. 20, 1866, at Bath, was a beautiful boy of 
sixteen when accidentally shot while hunting. He d. 
Mar. 9, 1882, at Bath. 

2509. iii. Julia Elizabeth", b. June 26, 1868, at Bath; m. Dec. 9, 

1891, at Bath, George Nowlen Beekman (son of Abram 
Beekman of Bath, N. Y., and Sarah Fowler, his wife) , 
b. Sept. 17, 1865. They live at Bath. 

2510. iv. Helene Bell", b. Nov. 3, 1875, at Washington, D. C, has 

lived at Washington and at Bath, N. Y. She m. June 7, 
1900, at Bath, Dr. Henry J. Wynkoop (son of Henry 
John Wynkoop of Bath and Mary Elizabeth Gagnier, 
his wife), b. Dec. 24, 1875, at Bath. 

1300. Lucy Lovinia 7 Averell, (Hiram 6 , Ebenezer 5 , Solomon*, 
Thomas 3 , William 2 , William'), b. Apr. 24, 1836, at Cameron, 
N. Y., lived at Bath, N. Y. She m. (1) Oct. 25, 1858, at 

Cameron, William Slocum Crandall, (son of Crandall 

and Betsey, his wife), b. Nov. 30, 1819. He was a prominent 
and highly respected citizen of Alfred, where he d. Dec. 2, 1862. 
She m. (2) Sept. 8, 1869, at Cameron, George Washington 
Henica of Deerfield. 

Children (by first husband) : 

i. Walter Jonathan" Crandall, b. July 12, 1859, at Alfred, 

N. Y.; d. May 17, 1884, at Bath, N. Y. 
ii. William Samuel 8 Crandall, b. Mar. 5, 1863, at Alfred, 
is a journalist and lives at New York City. He m. Dec. 
13, 1887, at Condersport, Penn., Sara Jessica Jervis 
(dau. of Rev. Kasimir Pulaski Jervis, a distinguished 
clergyman of the M. E. Ch., and Martha Hotchkiss 
Long, his wife) , b. at Canandaigua, N. Y. He is the 
editor of the N. Y. Municipal Journal and Engineer. 
He is the only grandson of Huldah and Hiram Averell 
now living. 

(by second husband) : 

iii. Frederica Kezia s Henica, b. Aug. 20, 1871, at Alfred, 
iv. Minnie Mabel 8 Henica, b. May 26, 1873, at Alfred, 
v. Mary Hulda 8 Henica, b. Dec. 20, 1874, at Bath, 
vi. Lucy Amelia 8 Henica, b. Feb. 18, 1882. 



704 Averell, Averill, Avery Family 

1302. Mary 7 Averill (Daniel 6 , John 5 , Paul*, Paul", Will- 
iam', William'), b. Oct. 26, 1783, lived at Milford, Vt., or N. H.* 
She m. May 16, 1805, David Smith, b. Oct. 9, 1782. She d. Aug. 
25, 1864. 

Children :y 

i. KlLBURN 8 Smith, b. Nov. 19, 1805; m. Marcia Wood, and 

has one dau. He d. Oct. 13, 1881. 
ii. Cynthia W; Smith, b. Mar. 14, 1807; m. John Smith (son 

of Deacon Daniel Smith), and lived at Mont Vernon, 

N. H. She d. June 15, 1884. They had three sons, 
iii. Mary s Smith, b. Nov. 22, 1808; m. Elbridge Marvill, and 

had two children. She d. Aug. 5, 1895, leaving quite an 

estate, 
iv. David Orrin s Smith, b. Aug. 18, 1811, was a blacksmith 

and lived at Concord, N. H. He m. and had one dau. 
v. Emma Carlton v Smith, b. Aug. 19, 1813; d. Feb. 6, 1876, 

unm. 
vi. William Harrison' Smith, b. Oct. 22, 1815; m. and had 

three daughters, one of whom married and died. He d. 

July 27, 1889. 
vii. Richmond" Smith, b. Sept. 15, 1817; d. July 6, 189-, unm. 

He left a large fortune to his brothers and sisters. 
viii. Mehitable' Smith, b. May 7, 1821; m. Henry Ware and 

lived at E. Andover, N. H. 
ix. Sabrina" Smith, b. June 28, 1823; d. 1825. 
x. Stephen Chapin s Smith, b. May 10, 1825; d. abt. 1898. 
xi. Nancy Lovett s Smith, b. Mar. 18, 1828; m. Apr. 2, 1862, 

Henry L. Walkup of Worcester, Mass., and had two 

sons. 

MEMORANDA. 

There is no Milford, Vt. 
f The above items were given by Hon. Charles J. Smith of Mont 
Vernon, N. H., and Mrs. J. W. Averill. 

1303. Daniel 7 Averill Jr. (Daniel 6 , John 5 , Paul*, Paul 3 , Will- 
iam 2 , William'), b. - — , 17S-; lived at Barre, Vt., and be- 
fore June 7, 1832, at Orange, VI, He m. Dolly , abt. 

1810 (?), and d. before June 7, 1832, prob. at Orange, Orange 
Co., Yt., as Probate Records for the District of Randolph, Vt., 
give us the adm. of his estate at that date, saying he was late 
of Orange. Adm. was granted his widow Dolly Averill. He had 
land in Elmore, Co. Washington, Vt. There were children but 
their nanus do not appear in the adm. 



Chile 


ren 


2511. 




2512. 


ii. 


2513. 


iii. 


2514. 


iv. 


2515. 


v. 


2516. 


vi. 



The Seventh Generation 705 



Daniel", m.; lived in Mass. 
Nehemiah", m. Chastina Gunnison. 
Sabrina", m. Chauncey Goodrich. 

Sarah", m. Mr. Smith. 

Leonard', m. Lamphere. 

Fanny", m. Lewis Waterman. 

1305. David Weston 7 Averill (Daniel' 1 , John*, Paul*, Paul'-, 
William', William 1 ), was b. Aug-. 21, 1788, at Mont Vernon, 
N. H., and was a farmer. He lived at Mont Vernon, N. H., and 
at Barre, Vt. He m. (1) Aug. 25, 1808, at Mont Vernon, 
Submit French (dau. of Abram French of Mont Vernon), who 
was b. there Oct. 18, 1788. They removed to Barre in 1811, 
where Mr. and Mrs. Averill bravely faced the demands of a 
pioneer life, living for some years in a "bark-roofed log cabin 
located in the eastern part of the town,"* prob. on land that was 
purchased by Mr. Averill in 1810 as indicated by the land rec- 
ords for that time. For among Barre Deeds, we find the follow- 
ing: 

Vol. 5, p. 86. (Abstract) Andrew Dewey of Barre, Orange Co., Vt., 
for $250.00 paid him by David Weston Averill of Lyndeborough, State of 
New Hampshire, sells him one half of a certain tract or parcel of land 
lying in Barre, which is the one half of the third Division lot, drawn to the 
Original right of Moses How, and is lot No. 25, in the Second Range (War. 
deed). April 17, 1810. 

Also, Vol. 5, p. 439. (Abstract) Andrew Dewey of Barre, Vt., for 
$500.00 paid him by David W. Averill of Barre, sells him the North West 
half or the third Division, Lot No. 26, in the Second Range of Lots in 
Barre (drawn to the Original Right of Moses Howe), Except two and one 
half acres now owned by William Brandford. Jan. 1, 1815. 

Vol. 10, p. 246. (Abstract). Trustees of Dartmouth College, Hanover, 
N. H., for one dollar paid them by David W. Averill of Barre, quitclaim to 
him the north half of the third Division, lot No. — (?), in Barre, Vt., drawn 
to the original right of Jonathan Warren, which lot was conveyed to the sd 
Trustees by Robert Parker by lease dated Jan. 19, 1824. Jan. 22, 1839. 

(Signed) Daniel Blaisdell 

Rec'd Apr. 18, 1839. 

Vol. 12, p. 397. (Abstract). Lucy, William, Sylvia and Minnie (?) 
Basset of Barre, Vt., for $1050.00 paid them by David W. Averill of Barre, 
sell him land in Barre leading from Barre Lower Village to Chelsea Vt., on 
the West line; which land was drawn to the original right of Elisha Hunt. 
Also two acres off the second division College rights in sd Barre. 

March 14, 1850. 



* See the Souvenir (?) of Barre, Vt., for some of the Averill items 
ouoted in records of this Barre branch of Averills. 



706 Averell, Averill, Avery Family 



"Mr. Averill was one of the military company that started 
for Plattsburgh N. Y. when it was invaded in the War of 1812."* 
A certificate of his services from the Adjutant General of the 
State of Vt., Nov. 14, 1902, gives the following taken from the 
records on file in his office; of "soldiers who served in the War 

of 1812':" 

David W. Averill was a private in a Company of Barre Volunteers, 
commanded by Capt. Warren Ellis who went from Barre to Repel the 
British in the Invasion of Plattsburg, in September, 1814, continuing for 
ten days. (Signed) W. H. Gilmore, Adjutant General. 

Mrs. Submit (French) Averill d. at Barre, Dec. 18, 1835; 
and Sept., 1836, Mr. Averill m. (2) Betsey G. Ball, who d. before 
1855, as we have the record of his third marriage in Mar., 1855, 
to Mrs. Erastus Camp, whose maiden name was Paine. It is 
stated, "his father Mr. Daniel Averill came to live with them 
about 1845, and that, after his death, they moved into the vil- 
lage."" Mr. Averill d. at Barre, Mar. 31, 1855, probably in the 
village at the place last purchased by him. 

Children (all but the first two b. at Barre, Vt.), (all by first 
wife) : 

2517. i. Mahala", b. Oct, 30, 1809; m. Thomas Wilson. 

2518. ii. Weston David", b. Dec. 17, 1810; m. Mercy Wilson. 

2519. iii. Pamelia\ b. Feb. 29, 1812; d. Apr. 13, 1814, at Barre. 

2520. iv. Hiram Harrison", b. Mar. 27, 1814; m. Roxana A. Pease. 

2521. v. Lavina", b. June 1, 1815; m. William Paine. 

L'522. vi. Almena Morency", b. Mar. 26, 1817; d. Dec. 22, 1835, at 
Barre. 

2523. vii. Anthony Wilson", b. Jan. 11, 1819; m. Lodema M. Clark. 

2524. viii. Sophronia", b. Jan. 6, 1821; m. Strathern A. Matoon. 

2525. ix. Ambrose Bradford", b. Aug. 31, 1823; m. Elizabeth S. 

Meeker. 

2526. x. Orlando Merrill", b. Feb. 21, 1827; d. Jan. 10, 1836, at 

Barre. 

2527. xi. Kendall", b. Aug. 8, 1830; d. Mar. 16, 1841, at Barre. 

1308. Sylvia 7 Averill, (Daniel*, John 5 , Paul*, Paul-, Will- 
iam 2 , William'), b. Nov., 1804 (?) ; m. Nov. 11, 1824, Timothy 
Baldwin, (son of Timothy Baldwin and Prudence Chapman, his 
wife), 1). Oct. 11, 1791, at Wilton, N. H. He d. May 21, 1869, at 

Sic the Siitin'iin- (?) of Barre, Vt., for some of the Averill items 
quoted in records of this Barre branch of Averills. 



The Seventh Generation 707 

Mont Vernon, N. H. She d. there Mar. or May 28, 1867 (Origi- 
nal Records of John Weston, Esq., of Reading, Mass.). 
Children : 

i. Sarah" Baldwin, b. Sept. 27, 1830; d. Mar. 3, 1832. 
ii. Mary" Baldwin, b. Aug-. 2, 1832; d. Aug. 21, 1834. 
iii. Sabina s Frances Baldwin, b. Mar. 15, 1836; m. Joseph W. 
Averill (No. 1320). 

1309. Nancy 7 Averill (John 6 , John 5 , Paul\ Paid'-, William', 
William'), b. Feb. 19, 1792, at Amherst, N. H.; m. (1) Aug. 16, 

1814, at Amherst (?), Asa Wallace of Milford, who d. Feb. 5, 

1815, in Tennessee. She m. (2) Aug. 13, 1837, Wm. Bradford, 
of Goshen, N. H. 

Children" (by first husband) : 
i. Asa" Wallace. 

(by second husband) : 

ii. Ann" Bradford (?), who lived at Keene, N. II. 

MEMORANDUM. 

* There were perhaps other children as it is stated "She had some 
children," although only one was mentioned by our correspondent. The 
daughter's name was given by another. 

1310. Betsey 7 Averill (John 6 , John 7 ', Paul*, Paul 3 , William-, 
William 1 ), b. Feb. 7, 1794, at Amherst, N. H.; m. May 5, 1812. 
Levi Trow of Mont Vernon, N. H. They removed to Goshen, 
N. H. 

Children : 

i. Perkins" Trow, b. , 18 — . 

ii. James" Trow, b. , 18 — . 

iii. Woodbury" Trow, b. , 18 — . 

iv. Mary" Trow, b. - — , 18—. 

v. Betsey" Trow, b. , 18 — 

vi. Adeline" Trow, b. , 18 — . 

vii. Charles" Trow, b. , 18 — . 

viii. Helen" Trow, b. , 18 — . 

There were other children whose names have not been 
given. 

1311. John 7 Averill (John 6 , John 5 , Paul*, Paul", William', 
William 1 ), b. Mar. 10, 1796, at Mont Vernon, N. H., was a 
farmer there and lived for some years on the farm now owned 



708 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 



by Henry H. Trow. He afterwards moved into the village. He 
m. (1) Dec. 16, 1825, at Mont Vernon, Hannah McCauley French 
(dau. of Abram French of Mont Vernon and Naomi Wilkins, his 
wife), b. Jan. 9, 1804; d. at Mont Vernon, July 10, 1855. He 
m. (2) Dec, 1856, Dorcas Smiley, who d. Mar. 21, 1885, aged 
71 years. He d. May 3, 1883, at Mont Vernon. 

Children (all b. at Mont Vernon) (by first wife) : 

2528. i. Charles Franklin", b. Nov. 4, 1826; living in California, 

where he removed in 1850. 

2529. ii. George Woodbury", b. Mar. 10, 1829; m. Nancy E. Lamson. 

2530. iii. Harriet Frances", b. Dec. 31, 1830; d. Apr. 16, 1850, at 

Mont Vernon. 

2531. iv. Caroline Seviah", b. Nov. 15, 1832; m. Sept. 22, 1859, at 

Nashua, N. H., Benjamin Franklin Davis. 

1312. Bernard 7 Averill, (John 6 , John 5 , Paul\ Paul 3 , Will- 
iam-, William'), b. Apr. 26, 1798, at Amherst, N. H., has lived 
at Farmington and Mont Vernon, N. H. He m. Nov. 4, 1829, 
Harriet Richardson. 

Children :* 

2532. i. John", lived at Farmington, N. H. 

2533. ii. Laura', d. after 1890. 

memorandum. 
There were other children but their names have not been received. 

1317. Lucretia 7 Averill (John 6 , John 5 , Paul*, Paul 3 , Will- 
iam', William 1 ), b. Mar. 5, 1809, at Mont Vernon, N. H.; m. 
Mar. 8, 1832, at New Boston, N. H., Joel Duncklee (son of David 
Duncklee of Milford, N. H., and Sarah Hood), b. June 28, 1808, 
at Milford; d. there Aug., 1844. Mr. Duncklee m. (2) Nancy 
Towne, by whom he had other children, and d. Apr. 4, 1889, at 
Milford, N. H. 

Children (all b. at Milford) : 

i. Granville Woodbury" Duncklee. b. June 16, 1834; m. Ann 

Abbott, 
ii. David Wallingford" Duncklee, b. Apr. 6, 1836; lives at 
Milford, N. H.; m. (1) Sept. 21, 1863, at Nashua, N. H.. 
Kate Searles; m. (2) Carrie Wallace, 
iii. Jannett" Duncklee, b. July 5, 1838; m. Timothy B. Hill, 
iv. John" Duncklee, b. Sept. 11, 1840; m. Flora Neil, 
v. Jane" Duncklee, b. Sept. 11, 1840; d. Sept., 1840, at Mil- 
ford. 



The Seventh Generation 709 

vi. LuciAN 8 Duncklee, b. Aug. 17, 1844. 

vii. Lucretia* Duncklee, b. Aug. 17, 1844; m. Rufus A. Peo- 
cock. 

Granville Woodbury 8 Duncklee (Lucretia' Averill, John 6 , 
John 5 , Paul 4 , Paul 3 , William-, William 1 ), b. June 16, 1834, at 
Milford, N. H.; lives at Brockton, Mass. He m. Sept. 24, 1859, 
at Nashua, N. H., Ann Abbott. 

Child: 

i. Everett' Duncklee. 

Jannett* Duncklee (Lucretia' Averill, John 6 , John 5 , Paul 4 , 
Paul", William", William'), b. July 5, 1838, at Milford, N. H., 
lives at Milford. She m. Aug. 26, 1862, at Milford, Timothy B. 
Hill. 

Children : 

i. Minnie B.' j Hill. 
ii. Anna L.'' Hill. 
iii. Kate J." Hill. 
iv. Luetta May" Hill. 

John- Duncklee (Lucretia' Averill, John 6 , Joint, Paul 4 , 
Paul", William', William'), b. Sept. 11, 1840, at Milford, N. H., 
lives at Milford. He m. Flora Neil. 

Child: 

i. Maude' 4 Duncklee. 

Lucretia" Duncklee (Lucretia 1 Averill, Joint, Joint, Paul 4 , 
Paul', William 2 , William'), b. Aug. 17, 1844, at Milford, N. H., 
lives at Milford. She m. June 3, 1863, Rufus A. Peocock, who d. 
Feb. 19, 1899, at Milford. 
Children : 

i. Emma'' Peocock,/ 

ii. Ella'' Peocock, \ twms - 

iii. Albert 9 Peocock,/ 

iv. Annis 9 Peocock, \ twms- 

1318. Trask Woodbury* Averill (John 6 , Joint, Paul 4 , Paul*, 
William-, William'), b. Mar. 20, 1811, at Mont Vernon, N. H., 
was a farmer and lived in the North District of the town. He 
m. there (1) Apr. 9, 1835, Hannah Woodbury Perkins (dau. of 
Joseph Perkins of Mont Vernon and Sally Smith, his wife), b. 



710 Averell, Averill, Avery Family 

Apr. 27, 1816, at Barre, Vt. She d. May 2, 1849. He m. (2) 
Hannah Wilkins of Mont Vernon (dau. of Silas Wilkins and 
Martha Farnum, his wife), b. Apr. 27, 1816. Mr. Averill d. at 
Mont Vernon, May 26, 1899, and his wife d. there, Feb. 28, 1900. 
Children (all but last b. at Mont Vernon) (by first wife) : 

2534. i. Sarah Frances', b. Mar. 24, 1836; m. Brown S. Flanders. 

2535. ii. Nancie Maria 8 , b. May 21, 1838; lived at Mont Vernon. 

She m, (1) Plummer Jones; she m. (2) his brother, 
Solomon Jones, and had four children — one son by her 
first husband, and two sons and one dau. by her second 
husband. She d. Nov. 15, 1876, at Mont Vernon. 

2536. iii. Emily Caroline", b. June 3, 1840; lived at Mont Vernon. 

She m. (1) Aug., 1861, at Manchester, N. H., Frank 
Hutchinson; she m. (2) Mar. 10, 1875, Frank Hopkins, 
and d. Feb. 15, 1900, at Greenfield, N. H. 

2537. iv. Woodbury Trask s , b. Sept. 6, 1841; m. Rebecca Jones. 

2538. v. Josephine Eliza", b. Sept. 23, 1843; m. (1) Stephen G. 

Clement; m. (2) Frank Brooks. 

2539. vi. Mary Henrietta", b. May 27, 1846; m. Samuel Leadbeater. 

2540. vii. Franklin Perkins", b. Apr. 24, 1849; lives at Mont 

Vernon, and was for many years in Cal. He is unm. 

(by second wife) : 

2541. viii. Charles Eugene", b. Apr. 6, 1855; m. Ruth Annette Fair- 

field. 

1320. Joseph 7 Averill (Jesse 6 , Joint, Paul', Paul 3 , Will- 
iam', William"), b. Feb. 23, 1794. at Mont Vernon, N. H. (F. B.), 

lived at Lowell, Mass. He m. ; and d. Oct. 

14, 1824. 

Children : 



2542. 


i. 


Nathaniel". 


2543. 


ii. 


Adeline". 


2544. 


iii. 


Mary". 



1322. Harriet 7 Averill (Jesse 8 , John", Paul 4 , Paul", Will- 
iam 2 , William 1 ), b. Dec. 3, 1796, at Mont Vernon, N. H. ; lived 
at New Boston, N. H. She m. Dr. ?) Abram (or Archibald?) 
McMellen of New Boston. She d. Jan. 4, 1843. Her niece, Mrs. 
Averill Floyd, states that her Aunt Harriet Averill McMellen 
was a charming alto singer, and that she, at least, inherited the 
mother's unusual musical gifts. 



The Seventh Generation 711 

Children : 

i. Diantha" McMellen, m. Mr. - - Page of Weare, 

N. H. 
ii. Fanny s McMellen. 
iii. Hannah" McMellen. 
iv. Sarah" McMellen. 

(There may have been other children.) 

1323. Jesse 7 Averill (Jesse*, John 5 , Paul 4 , Paul 3 , William-, 
William 1 ), b. Sept. 3, 1798, at Mont Vernon, N. H., was a 
carpenter. He was m. at Mont Vernon, 1820, to Eliza Conant, 
b. 1803 (?). She d. May 21, 1872, aged 69 years (Mont Vernon 
burying-ground headstone inscription), having survived her hus- 
band many years. Mr. Averill d. May 24, 1850, aged 51 years 
(Mont Vernon burying-ground inscription). He was appd. Aug. 
3, 1847, admr. on the estate of his brother Miles, dec, but died 
before his task was accomplished, and his widow in 1857 prayed 
the court to distribute the balance (see p. . . .). His own will 
was presented by his widow, Eliza Averill, who was appd. extx., 
and which contained the following bequests : — 

To his three youngest children, Almira J., Mary Martis, Angelia M., 
thirty five dollars each and interest, being property rec'd for and given to 
them from Deacon William Conant. The rest to his wife Eliza, provided 
she make the necessary provision to care for the above mentioned (minors) 
till they arrive at the age of fourteen. Also to his wife all his estate in 
Mont Vernon and Lyndeborough during her life; and after her decease 
the same to be given to Joanna C. Pulsifer, Eliza Foster, Charlotte 
Chandler, Joseph W. Averill, George Averill, Almira J. Averill, Mary 
Martis Averill, Angelia M. Averill, their heirs and assigns forever, "they 
being all my children". [Signed] Jesse Averill 

His wife executrix. May 7, 1850. 

Wit's 

Nathaniel Bruce 
W ni H. Smith 
Sarah Averill 

Proved and allowed June 4, 1850 

Hillsborough Co. Probate Records 
Vol. 57, p. 152 

Children (all b. at Mont Vernon, and "all naturally fine 
singers") : 



2546. 


ii. 


2547. 


iii 


2548. 


iv. 


2549. 


v. 



712 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

2545. i. Joanna C.\ b. Jan. 12, 1821; m. before 1843, Jeremiah C. 
Pulsifer of Manchester. She d. July 22, 1855, at Man- 
chester, and was buried at Mont Vernon. 

Eliza M.\ b. - — , 1824; m. Newell D. Foster. 

Charlotte W.\ b. Sept. 6, 1827; m. George H. Chandler. 

Joseph Woodbury', b. Dec. 1, 1829; m. Sabrina F. Baldwin. 

George Granville', b. Feb. 9, 1833, is a farmer and lives 
at Mont Vernon. He is a fine tenor singer — has prob. 
an inherited talent. He m. Mar. 6, 1868, at Mont Ver- 
non, Sarah L. Marden (dau. of Benjamin Franklin Mar- 
den and Betsey Buss, his wife), who was b. at Mont 
Vernon and d. there 1872. 

2550. vi. Almira J.\ b. - — , 1835; m. James Gilmore of Man- 

chester, N. H. She d. at Manchester. Although she 
and Angelia have their birth given as in the same year, 
they were not twins. 

2551. vii. Angelia M.\ b. - — , 1835; m. after 1850, Orville B. 

Stevens of Oxford, N. H., who d. June 30, 1869, aged 29 
yrs. and 5 mos. She d. May 1, 1870. 

1326. Selina ( or Silina) A. 7 Averill (Jesse 6 , John 5 , Paul*, 
Paul 3 , William', William'), b. Apr. 5, 1802, at Mont Vernon, 
N. H.; m. Sept. 10, 1826, at Charlestown (now part of Boston), 
Mass., Frederick Augustus Kendall of Fitchburg, Mass. ; b. June 
16, 1803, at Ashby, Mass. He cl. July 29, 1878, at Montello, Wis. 
She d. Feb. 21, 1882, at the same place. They lived for a time 
at Medford, and Ashby, Mass., before removing to Wisconsin. 

Children (the 4 eldest b. at Medford, the 6 youngest at 
Ashby) : 

i. Frederick Augustus" Kendall, b. May 20, 1828; m. (1) 

Electa Marion Simonds; m. (2) Isabel Collins. 
ii. Charles Louis* Kendall, b. July 23, 1829; m. 



iii. George" Kendall, b. May 29, 1831; m. Lucy Wallace. 

iv. Henry" Kendall, b. June 10, 1833; d. at Medford, Aug. 

23, 1833. 
v. Selina A.CP Kendall, b. May 2, 1835; d. at Ashby, Oct. 

17, 1835. 
vi. Selina A. TV Kendall, b. Aug. 31, 1836; m. Aug. 24, 

is:,::, at .Montello, Wis., Eli Smith, and d. June 28, 1881, 

at Montello. 
vii. Mary E.( a ) s Kendall, b. Sept. 10, 1838; d. at Ashby, Aug. 

17, 1839. 



The Seventh Generation 713 

, viii. Mary E.(") s Kendall, b. Nov. 10, 1840; d. at Ashby, Aug. 
3, 1841. 
ix. Asa Frank" Kendall, b. Apr. 3, 1842; m. Electa Record. 
x. Lucy L. s Kendall, b. Feb. 25, 1844; d. at Ashby, Aug. 26, 
1844. 

Frederick Augustus* Kendall Jr. (Sclina 7 Averill, Jesse*, 
Jolnr, Paul", Paul 3 , William 2 , William'), b. May 20, 1828, at 
Medford, Mass., was a merchant and lived at Berlin, Wis. He 
m. (1) July 30, 1850, at Fitchburg, Mass., Electa Marion Sim- 
onds (dau. of Jacob Simonds of Mass., and Lucy Stuart, his 
wife), b. July 2, 18—, at Fitzwilliam, N. H. She d. Feb. 13, 
1875, at Montello, Wis. He m. (2) June 7, 1877, Maria Isabel 

Collins (dau. of Hugh J. Collins and Elizabeth , his 

wife), b. July 4, 1853, at Rochester, N. Y. He d. Mar. 12, 1900, 
at Berlin. 

Children (by first wife) : 

i. Gertrude Marion'-' Kendall, b. Oct. 10, 1862, at Montello, 
Wis.; m. May 3, 1883, at Berlin, Wis., Winfield S. Put- 
nam. They live at Berlin, 
ii. Estelle Electa' 1 Kendall, b. Nov. 20, 1869, at Montello; 
m. Mar. 2, 1899, John P. Hughes, at Berlin. They live 
at Seattle, Wash. 

(by second wife) : 

iii. Edna May" Kendall, b. Feb. 25, 1885. She is living at 
Berlin, Wis. 

Charles Louis* Kendall (Sclina' Averill, Jesse", John 5 , Paul 4 . 
Paul 3 , William 2 , William'), b. July 23, 1829, at Medford, Mass.; 

m. Sept. 23, 1858, at Fox Lake, Wis., (?), 

and lived at Montello, Wis., where he d. May 23, 1869. 
Children : 

i. Charles" Kendall. 
ii. Emma 9 Kendall. 
iii. Selina 9 (?) Kendall. 
iv. Frederick 9 Kendall. 

George" Kendall (Sclina 7 Averill, Jesse*, John 5 , Paul 4 -, Paul 3 , 
William 2 , William'), b. May 29, 1831, at Medford, Mass.; m. (1) 
Aug. 5, 1852, at Fitchburg, Mass., Lucie Wallace. Fie m. (2) 
( ?). He is a farmer at North Dana, Mass. 



714 Aver ell, Averill, Avery Family 

Children : 

i. Nettie'' Kendall, b. July 4, 1853. She m. and removed to 

some place near Providence, R. I. 
ii. Wallace 1 ' Kendall, b. — — , . 

Asa Frank* Kendall (Selina 1 Averill, Jesse 6 , John 7 ', Paul*, 
Paul', William 2 , William'), b. Apr. 3, 1842, at Ashby, Mass.; m. 
Apr. 4, 1875, at Wautoma, Wis., Electa Record. They live at 
Merrill, Wis. 
Children : 

i. Jessie' Kendall. 
ii. Frederick'' Kendall. 
iii. Frances 1 ' Kendall. 
iv. Marian'' Kendall. 

1328. Franklin 7 Averill (Jesse 6 , John 5 , Paul 4 , Paul-, Will- 
iam-, William'), b. Apr. 17, 1805, at Mont Vernon, N. H., was 
an overseer in the cotton mills, and lived at Mont Vernon and 
Manchester, N. H. He m. (prob.) 1828, at Manchester, Eliza 

Flanders (dau. of Flanders of Hooksett, N. H., and 

Olive Shute, his wife), b. 1804 or later, prob. at Hooksett. She 
d. the summer of 1874, at Stoneham, Mass. He d. Aug. 24, 1835, 
at Manchester. 

Children (all b. at Manchester) : 

2552. i. George Franklin", b. Mar., 1829; m. Asenath Cummings. 

2553. ii. Sarah Ann 8 , b. Dec, 1831; m. John D. Skinner. 

2554. iii. Martha Jane\ b. Aug;. 26, 1833; m. Wm. R. Putnam. 

2555. iv. Mary Sophia", b. after Aug-. 24, 1835, was a posthumous 

child. She was brought up by a Mr. and Mrs. Raymond, 
friends of the family, and lived with them in Illinois, 
where she was m. twice and had children. Her family 
visited her in her Western home, but her surname and 
place of residence are not recalled by the cousins who 
gave this record. 

1329. Chili 7 Averill (Jesse 6 , John', Paul', Paul", William 2 , 
William'), b. Sept. 25, 1806, at Mont Vernon, N. H., was an 
upholsterer and carriage trimmer. He lived at Mont Vernon, 
and later at Boston, Mass. He removed to Canada, living first 
at Port Hope, and later at Coburg, Ont., where he d. Oct. 11, 
1884. He m. Oct., 1835, in Clark Township, Ont., Can., Selina 
Walker (dau. of Nathan Walker and Wealthy Tupper, his wife), 
who was b. June 25, 18—, at Canton, N. Y. She d. Feb. 18, 



The Seventh Generation 715 

I860, at Coburg. Mr. Averill inherited the musical talent of his 
mother, Mrs. Sarah (Leavitt) Averill, his voice being very 
good. He could sing with ease, and to the pleasure of his 
friends, any part given him ; and he also played the violin and 
clarionet well. In the early days of Coburg's history he played 
in, and was leader of the orchestra of that town. He taught a 
singing school, and was a member of the church choir. He was a 
Congregationalist in religion, and "a reformer" in politics, and 
a good citizen. He was by nature a man of refined tastes ; was 
quiet and unassuming, yet manly; was fond of a good joke and 
very entertaining. 

Children (all b. at Coburg) : 

2556. i. William", b. Oct., 1846; d. 1850, at Coburg. 

2557. ii. Harriette Wealthy', b. July 19, 1848; d. Feb. 7. 1885, at 

Coburg. 

2558. iii. Martha", b. Sept. 16, 1850, lives at Coburg-, Can. She m. 

Mar. 10, 1886, at Newcastle, Ont., Can., Major William 
Henry Floyd (son of Thomas Floyd and Elizabeth 
Dumble, his wife), b. Feb. 4, 1828, at St. Neots, Corn- 
wall, Eng. He d. July 18, 1886, at Coburg. He was 
Major and Paymaster of the 40th Battallion, was a 
prominent mason, and the Town Clerk of Coburg at the 
time of his death; also Clerk of the Commissioners, and 
Clerk of the Police Court. He was an Anglican in re- 
ligion and a Conservative in politics. Mrs. Martha 
Averill Floyd has been of great assistance to the com- 
piler of this history in connection with her branch of the 
family. She is a refined and interesting woman. 

1330. William 7 Averill (Jesse*, John 5 , Paul*, Paul", Will- 
iam 2 , William 1 ), b. 1807, at Mont Vernon, N. H., was a farmer 
and merchant. He was in the Florida War, and lived at Geneva, 
Elkhorn and Merrill, Wis., the last years of his life. He m. (1) 
1843, in Wallace County, Wis., Mary Monahan, who was b. in Ire- 
land. She was drowned about 1854, while crossing the Wiscon- 
sin River. He m. (2) Mrs. Agnes Baldwin. He d. Jan., 1886, 
at Merrill, Wis. He also, like the majority of his brothers and 
sisters, was a fine singer, inheriting his mother's talent. 

Children (by first wife) : 

2559. i. Anne\ b. 1844; d. 1846. 

2560. ii. Chili s , b. Feb. 22, 1845, at Elkhorn, Wis.; m. Margaret 

A. Casterline. 



716 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

2561. iii. William\ b. Feb. 27, 1848, at Elkhorn or Geneva, Wis.; 

m. Augusta Oilman. 

2562. iv. Ella", b. Feb. 22, 1853, at Merrill; m. (1) Wm. West; m. 

(2) Stephen Schooley. 

2563. v. Sarah", b. , 185- ; d. 1854. 

2564. vi. (A Child) ", b. - — , 18—; d. - — , . 

1336. Mary B. : Averill (Lcvi\ John 5 , Paul*, Paul", Will- 
iam-. William 1 ), b. Feb. 19, 1804, at Mont Vernon, N. H.; m. 
Aug. 30, 1821, Thomas Dunlap, and lived at Antrim, N. H. He 
d. Aug. 17, 1865, aged 62 years; and she d. June 18, 1874, aged 
70 years. 

Children : 

i. John 8 Dunlap, b. Jan. 28, 1822, at Antrim; d. in Cal., 

1874. 
ii. Hiram" Dunlap, b. Oct. 28, 1825, at Antrim, lived in Cal., 

and was a Judge of Probate Court in his district, 
iii. Edwin s Dunlap, b. Apr. 29, 1829; d. at Boston, Mar. 10, 

1846. 
iv. James Scott" Dunlap, b. Jan. 6, 1830; was in the Civil 

War; d. July 3, 1871, in Missouri, 
v. Jane" Dunlap, b. June 17, 1831, at Antrim; m. Asa Bly- 
ford, at Nashua, N. H.; lives at Milford, N. H., has three 
children, 
vi. Cum mings" Dunlap, b. Oct. 18, 1832; d. in 111., Aug. 13, 

1854. 
vii. Helen" Dunlap, b. Sept. 5, 1834; lives in Cal. 
viii. Chellis" Dunlap, b. Aug. 30, 1836; d. Oct. 25, 1855. 
ix. Francis" Dunlap, b. Aug. 30, 1836; d. Jan. 10, 1875. 
x. Peri.ey" Dunlap, b. Sept. 18, 1838; d. Nov. 20, 1898. 
xi. Clarissa Coolidge" Dunlap, b. Sept. 1, 1840; m. Hiram 
Coombs, at Antrim, N. H.; d. May 3, 1883; left two 
daughters, 
xii. Martin R." Dunlap, b. Mar. 28, 1842, is still living, 
xiii. Frank" Dunlap, b. July 21, 1844, is still living. 

1338. Mark 7 Averill (L<ri\ John 5 , Paul*, Paul*, William 2 , 
William 1 ), b. Oct. 6, 1807, at Mont Vernon, N. H., was a farmer 
and lived at Billerica, Mass. He m. July 22, 1838, at Tewkes- 
bury, Mass., Julia Stickney (dau. of - - Stickney of Tewkes- 
bury and Rebecca Harrington, his wife), b. Jan. 27, 1808, at 
Tewkesbury. She d. Mar. 2, 1896, at Billerica. He d. there Apr. 
17, 1887. 



The Seventh Generation 717 

Children (all b. in Tewkesbury (T. R.) : 

2565. i. Julia Ann', b. June 26, 1839, lives at N. Reading, Mass. 

She m. Mar. 27, 1869, at Lawrence, Mass., Washington 
Buxton (son of Eben Buxton of N. Reading, Mass., and 
Asenath Mclntire his wife), b. Apr. 18, 1824, at N. 
Reading; she d. there, Apr. 27, 1887. 

2566. ii. Mary JaneP)\ b. May 9, 1841; d. Feb. 3, 1846, at Tewkes- 

bury. 

2567. iii. John Morton", b. Aug. 6, 1843; m. Mary Frances Mahoney. 

2568. iv. Mary Jane(')", b. May 21, 1846; m. (1) Elias Toole Foss, 

m. (2) Charles Harmon Richardson. 

2569. v. Hannah Matilda", b. Apr. 17, 1849; m. Herbert Vincent 

Putney. 

1339. Lucinda 7 Averill (Levi'; John 5 , Paul 1 , Paul 3 , Will- 
iam 2 , William 1 ), b. Sept. 5, 1809, at Mont Vernon, N. H.; m. 
Nov. 16, 1829, at Antrim, N. H., Alexander Jameson. She was 
mentioned in the will of her grandfather John Averill, Sr. She 
d. Nov. 6, 1843, at Antrim. 
Children : 

i. Mary Rosette" Jameson, b. Sept, 9, 1831; d. 1845 or '55. 
ii. Emily Sophia" Jameson, b. 1832; d. 1859. 
iii. Wealthy Ann" Jameson, b. Aug. 31, 1837; m. and is living 
in Chicago with her son. 

1341, Hannah 7 Averill {L<ri\ John 5 , Paul*, Paul'; Will- 
iam 2 , William'), b. Aug. 20, 1813, at Mont Vernon, N. H., was 
living Apr., 1901, at Enfield, N. H. She m. (1) John Clough; 
she m. (2) George Seaver. 

Children (by first husband) : 
i. Emeline" Clough. 

(by second husband) : 
ii. George" Seaver. 

1342. Nancy 7 Averill (L<ri'\ John 5 , Paul\ Paul 1 ; William 2 , 
William'), b. Aug. 20, 1813, at Mont Vernon, N. H.; m. there, 
1840, Lorenzo D. Carter. She d. Mar. 16, 1894, at N. Reading, 
Mass. 

Children : 

i. Augustus s Carter. 
ii. Henry" Carter. 
iii. Lorenzo" Carter. 



718 Aver ell, Ave rill, Avery Family 

1343. John Prescott 7 Averill (Levi 9 , John;', Paul*, Paul 3 , 
William', William'), b. Sept. 3, 1816, at Mont Vernon, N. H.; 
was graduated from Dartmouth Coll., 1842, with the degree of 
A. M., and is now a retired teacher. He taught in Francestown, 
N. H., and was for several years master of the Chapman School, 
E. Boston, Mass. He lived at Mont Vernon, N. H., Woodstock, 
Conn., 1846, Boston, Mass., 1851, Concord, N. H., 1898. He m. 
(1) Nov. 29, 1845, at Charlestown, Mass., Elizabeth Caverno 
(dau. of Rev. Arthur Caverno of Dover, N. H., and Olive Foss, 
his wife), who was b. 1824, at Epsom, N. H., and d. Nov. 19, 
1855, at Boston, Mass. He m. (2) Mar. 18, 1857, at Boston, 
Abby Foss (dau. of James Foss of Meredith, N. H., and Susan 
Sinclair, his wife), b. Oct. 10, 1820, at Meredith. He was living 
in 1902 (?) at an advanced age, in Concord, N. H., and was 
interested in this history of his family. 

Children (by first wife) : 

2570. i. Arthur Caverno 3 , b. Aug'. 26, 1846, at Woodstock, Conn.; 

d. Dec. 18, 1852, at Boston, Mass. 

2571. ii. Edward Sullivan", b. Mar. 8, 1848, at Woodstock; m. (1) 

Ella Wrightson; m. (2) Ella F. Meeker. 

2572. iii. Mary Louise\ b. Oct. 7, 1851, at Boston; d. June 2, 1853, 

at Dover, N. H. 

2573. iv. William Macy s , b. July 23, 1853, at Dover, N. H.; d. 

May 13, 1854, at Boston. 

(by second wife) : 

2574. v. Elizabeth", b. Mar. 31, 1861, at Boston. 

1348. Elijah 7 Averill (Elijah", Mark", Paul*, Paul 3 , Will- 
iam-, William'), b. Oct. 11, 1833, at Merrimac, N. H., is a farmer 
and has lived at Ellsworth and is living at West Compton, N. H. 
He m. 1858, at Compton, Relief Brown (dau. of Joseph Brown 
and Relief Ordway, his wife), b. 1839, at Bristol, N. H. 

Child : 

2575. i. Maretta Frances", b. June 21, 1859. 

1349. John 7 Avery (Foster*, Mark" Averill, Paul*, Paul 3 , 

William 2 , William'), was b. July 24, 1822. at Londonderry, N. H., 
where he lived some years before removing to Lowell, Mass., 
at which place he was an overseer of a cotton mill, and also a 
fanner. He m. June 26, 1843, at Lowell, Melinda Hartford, who 



The Seventh Generation 719 

was b. Feb. 2, 1826, at Brentwood, N. H. She d. Mar. 7, 1897, at 
Londonderry, whither they had returned. He d. there Oct. 10, 
1883. 

Children : 

2576. i. Henry Foster", b. June 13, 1848, at Londonderry; d. at 

Nashua, N. H., Aug-. 28, 1870. 

2577. ii. (Rev.) George Sanford\ b. Oct. 2, 1854, at Lowell, was a 

prominent member of the Lowell First Congregational 
Church, and closely identified with the Y. M. C. A. of 
that town. He went to Rockport, 111., as general secre- 
tary of the Y. M. C. A. of that place. He was engaged 
in evangelical work in both of those towns and assistant 
secretary of the Boston Y. M. C. A. At one time he was 
assistant pastor at Berkeley Temple, Boston, under Rev. 
James Dickinson; and at another time assistant pastor 
of Mizpah Chapel, at New York, conducting at the same 
time a large Bible class at the Central Branch of the 
Y. M. C. A. in New York City. He has been for some 
years in charge of the New York Christian Home for 
intemperate men, Cor. Madison Ave. and 86th St. The 
Trustees of this institution have been Messrs. J. Pierpont 
Morgan, Cornelius N. Bliss, Charles Lanier, Bowles Col- 
gate and Caleb B. Knevals; and the President, Rev. D. 
Stuart Dodge and its directors various influential citi- 
zens of New York City. 

2578. iii. Charles Lansil\ b. June 26, 1861, at Lowell, Mass.; m. 

Sarah Annis. 

1350. Jeremiah Mason 7 Avery {Foster", Mark 7 ' Averill, 
Paid 1 , Paul', William-, William 1 ), b. Apr. 21, 1826, at London- 
derry, N. H., is still living there, and is the Superintendent of the 
noted Lithia Springs, and also Constable of the town. He m. Oct. 
19, 1854, at Nashua, N. H., Julia Ann Upton (dau. of Jonathan 
Upton of Dunstable, Mass., and Nancy Whittlemore, his wife), 
b. Dec. 29, 1829, at Dunstable. Mr. Avery, now in the eighties, 
is a bright wide-awake Yankee, and a noted character in his 
town. He lives on his grandfather Avery's old farm — the 
ancient Greeley farm — and is called affectionately "Uncle 
Avery", and "the grand old man of Londonderry." 

Children (all b. at Londonderry) : 

2579. i. Ida Frances", b. May 26, 1856; was a successful teacher. 

She m. July 7, 1885, at Londonderry, Wilbur E. Barrett 
(son of George Barrett and Judith Blood, his wife), and 



720 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 



lived at Wilton, N. H., where she d. Dec. 27, 1894. They 
had two children. 

2580. ii. Pauline Upton", b. Dec. 28, 1858; was also a teacher. She 

d. June 23, 1886, at Londonderry. 

2581. iii. Mark A.\ b. Dec. 3, 1860, is a clerk and lives at Lowell, 

Mass. He m. Oct. 18, 1886, at Lowell, Mass., Lizzie 
Choat (dau. of Frank Choat and Mary Cutler, his wife), 
b. Aug-. 11, 1862, at Burlington, Mass. 

2582. iv. Frank Eugene", b. Nov. 23, 1867; m. Florence Putnam. 

2583. v. Alice L. s , b. Mar. 21, 1874; lives at Londonderry, N. H. 

She m. Apr. 12, 1899, at Lowell, Mass., William Sanborn. 

1352. Hon. Ephraim Foster 7 Avery (Foster' 1 , Mark 5 Aver- 
ill, Paul 4 , Paul 3 , William', William 1 ), b. Aug. 18, 1830, at Lon- 
donderry, N. H., lived for a time at Lowell, Mass., where he 
worked in the cotton mills until twenty-one years of age. In 
1851 he removed to Wisconsin, locating for a time on a farm in 
Waupaca County, then in Eau Claire County, where he remained 
until 1871 engaged in farming. He afterwards settled in Laclede 
County, Mo. From 1872 to 1878, while living there, he was em- 
ployed in responsible positions on the St. Louis and San Fran- 
cisco, and the Missouri and Pacific railroads. In 1886 he re- 
moved from Laclede County, to a very fine farm in the town of 
Linncreek, Camden County, Mo., which was not far from his 
former farm. He was m. Aug. 25, 1851, at Lowell, to Olive 
Harriet Cole (dau. of Harvey Cole of Charleston, Vt., formerly 
of Connecticut, and of Nancy Hutchinson,* his wife), b. May 24, 
1831, at Charleston. She d. Mar. 25, 1896, at St. Louis, Mo. Mr. 
Avery was a Republican, and was elected Judge of the County 
Court of Camden County, Mo., 1890 and 1892 on the Republican 
ticket. A History of Camden County, 1888 (?), contains a bio- 
graphical sketch of Mr. Avery, in which it is claimed that on the 
Robinson side (his mother's), he was a descendant of Mayflower 
Pilgrims, and that "his great-grandfather Avery was a native of 
Scotland." The former statement may be true, but no evidence 
is found to sustam the statement of Scotch birth of any Avery 
or Averell. (Ed.) 

Mr. Avery d. Aug. 15, 1895, at Linncreek, where he had 
been an esteemed and influential citizen. 



See Hutckinson Gen. 



The Seventh Generation 721 

Children : 

2584. i. Emma Eldora\ b. Jan. 25, 1853; m. Jay R. Pierce. 

2585. ii. Edna Catherine", b. Jan. 2, 1855, at Waupaca, Wis., lives 

at St. Louis, Mo. She m. Dec. 25, 1876, at St. Louis, 
John Bradford French (son of John Peter French and 
Frances Hines, his wife), b. Aug. 12, 1851, at Alma, 111. 

2586. iii. Villeroy R. s , b. Jan. 14, 1860, in Dunn Co., Wis.; m. Effie 

T. Churchill. 

2587. iv. Mary Belle\ b. 1863; d. 1865, at Eau Claire, Wis. 

2588. v. Charles Eugene", b. Apr. 1, 1867, at Eau Claire; m. Clara 

E. Grubb. 

1353. Sarah Porter 7 Avery (Foster*, Mark" Averill, Paid 4 , 
Paul\ William-, William'), b. Aug. 10, 1832, at Londonderry, 
N. H.; m. July 19, 1856, at Londonderry, Lewis 7 Stiles (son of 
Roswell" Stiles* of Vermont and Sarah Porter, his wife), b. 
Aug. 11, 1831, at Waterford, Vt. ; d. Sept. 19, 1888, at Boston, 
Mass. He was an engineer and a merchant ; 1st lieut. in Co. 
D, 6th Reg., Mass. Vol., during the Civil War; was appointed 
Justice of the Peace by Gov. Gaston in 1875, re-appointed by 
Gov. Long in 1882 ; he was elected to the Common Council of 
Lowell in 1875, re-elected in 1876. Mrs. Stiles d. June 27, 1897, 
at Lowell, Mass. 

Child : 

i. Emma Louise" Stiles, b. Sept. 1, 1858; m. Arthur S. Cut- 
ler. 

Emma Louise* Stiles (Sarah Porter Avery, Foster", Mark" 

Averill, PauV, Paul 3 , William", William 1 ), b. Sept. 1, 1858, at 

Lowell, Mass., lives at Lowell. She m. Sept. 1, 1879, at Lowell, 

Arthur S. Cutler of Andover, b. Oct. 17, 1854, at Andover, Mass. 

Children (all b. at Lowell) : 

i. Floy'-' Cutler, b. June 8, 1880. 
ii. Lillie Stiles 9 Cutler, b. Dec. 6, 1881. 
iii. Clarence Lewis' Cutler, b. Feb. 12, 1885. 
iv. Ruth Amelia 9 Cutler, b. July 27, 1889. 

* See Stiles Gen. for RoswelT (John'', John 4 , Jacob 1 . Timothy", Rob- 
ert 1 ). 



722 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

1354. Eda Ann 7 Avery (Foster*, Mark 5 Averill, Paul*, Paul 3 , 
William', William'), b. Dec. 22, 1834, at Londonderry, N. H., 
lived at Bristol, N. H., and now lives at Sanborn, la. She m. 
Mar. 24, 1855, at Lowell, Mass., Nathaniel Ballou. Mrs. Ballou 
has given the compiler of this genealogy great assistance in con- 
nection with her line, in which she is deeply interested. 
Children (all b. at Bristol, N. H.) : 

i. Edgar Nathaniel" Ballou, b. Apr. 10, 1863, is a farmer 
and lives near Sanborn, la. He m. Apr. 10, 1880, at Hot 
Springs, S. Dak., Mary Homer, 
ii. Dora Belle" Ballou, b. Dec. 25, 1866, lives at Archer, la. 
She m. July 4, 1886, at Shelden, la., John Holmes 
Archer of Keyworth, Eng\, a large land owner and 
banker, 
iii. Frank Henry" Ballou. b. Jan. 11, 1872, is a farmer and 
lives near Sanborn, la. 

1357. Ruth 7 Averill (Benjamin*, Joseph 5 , Paul\ Paul*, 
William", William 1 ), b. Oct, 4, 1810, at Middleton, Mass.; m. (1) 
Apr. 2, 1835, at Middleton (T. R.), Barzillai (No. 856)* Gould 
(son of Cornelius (No. 340) Gould of Andover, Mass., and 
Lydia Jenkins, his wife), b. Dec, 14, 1814, at Andover, Mass., d. 
Oct. 21, 1848, at Middleton, Mass. She was m. (2) by Prof. C. 
E. Stowe, Dec. 10, 1856, at Middleton, to John Gillingham (son 
of Israel Gillingham of Newbury, N. H., and Phebe, his wife), 
b. 1801, at Newbury, d. Jan. 24, 1872. She d. Apr. 21, 1891, at 
Middleton. 

Children (both b. at Middleton) (by first husband) : 

i. Mary Elizabeth" Gould, b. May 7, 1836; m. 1853, William 

Merrill Peabody. She d. Oct. 2, 1892, at Middleton. 
ii. Charles Merrill" Gould, b. Apr. 8, 1838; d. Dec. 8, 1862, 

at Middleton. 

1358. Benjamin 7 Averill (Benjamin", Joseph 5 , Paul*, Paul", 
William 2 , William 1 ), b. June 30, 1812, at Middleton, Mass., was 
a farmer and lived at Middleton. He m. Jan. 1, 1846 (Int. 1845, 
Middleton, T. R.), at Derry, N. H. (?), Lois Proctor (dau. of 
Jacob Proctor of Derry, N. H., and Lois Lufkin, his wife), b. 
Apr. 2. 1822, at Derry. Mr. Averill was at one time a Repre- 

Sct> The Family of Zaccheus Gould, by Benj. A. Gould. 



2600. 


l. 


2601. 


ii. 


2602. 


iii 


2603. 


iv. 



The Seventh Generation 723 

sentative to the State Legislature from Middleton. He d. Aug. 
13, 1881, at Middleton. 

Children (all b. at Middleton) : 

2589. i. Benjamin Franklin", b. Apr. 15, 1856; m. . 

2590. ii. John Quincy\ b. June 4, 1859. 

2591. iii. Alvin Proctor", b. Nov. 25, 1860; d. Nov., 1862. 

1359. Andrew Peabody 7 Averill (Benjamin'', Joseph 5 , Paul*, 
Paul"-, William-, William'), b. June 5, 1815, at Middleton, Mass., 
was a shoemaker and trader, and lived at Middleton. He m. 
there May 28, 1840, Elizabeth Stearns Russell (dau. of Peabody 
Russell and Dolly Kenney, his wife), b. Dec. 4, 1817, at Boxford. 
Mass. She cl. Oct. 24, 1890, at Beverly, Mass. He d. Dec. 17, 
1889, at Danvers, Mass. 

Children (all b. at Middleton) : 

Albert Evander", b. Jan. 15, 1842. 

Benjamin Russell", b. Nov. 14, 1849; d. May 29, 1864, at 

Middleton. 
Andrew Preston", b. July 18, 1856; m. Cora Ada McKay. 
Charles Sidney", b. Feb. 9, 1859; d. May 16, 1885. 

1360. Joseph 7 Averill (Benjamin' 1 , Joseph 5 , Paul 1 , Paul 1 , 
William', William'), b. Mar. 31, 1818, at Middleton, Mass., was 
a trader and lived at Middleton and Danvers, Mass. He m. ( 1 ) 
Oct. 22, 1844, at Middleton, Martha Ann Perkins (dau. of 
Joseph Berry Perkins of Middleton and Patty Elliott, his wife), 
b. Apr. 13, 1825, at Middleton, Mass., d. Apr. 25, 1884, at 
Danvers. He m. (2) Oct. 14, 1886, at Danvers, Mary Jane 
(Perkins) Green (a sister of his first wife), b. July 25, 1829, at 
Middleton. He d. Jan. 8, 1893, at Danvers. 

Children (by first wife) : 

2604. i. Leverett Perkins ( :i )", b. Sept. 14, 1847, at Middleton; d. 

Aug-. 28, 1848. 

2605. ii. Leverett Perkins (')", b. Sept. 9, 1849, at Middleton; m. 

Jan. 17, 1877, Harriette Putnam Wilkins (dau. of 
George P. Wilkins and Charlotte Towne, his wife), b. 
Apr. 11, 1850, at Middleton. He d. Oct. 2, 1894, at 
Danvers. 

2606. iii. Helen Ward", b. Oct. 8, 1855, at Danvers; was grad. at 

Mount Holyoke College; has travelled extensively. 

2607. ii. Annie M.\ b. Oct. 11, 1858, at Middleton; m. (1) Wm. 

Fiske; m. (2) Caleb Converse Gardner. 

2608. v. George", b. , ; m. 



724 Averell, Averill, Avery Family 

1362. Edward 7 Putnam Averill {Benjamin*, Joseph 7 *, Paul 4 , 
Paul, William', William'), b. Nov. 23, 1821, at Middleton, Mass., 
is a shoe manufacturer and grocer and has lived at Middleton 
and Lynn, Mass. He m. (1) Dec. 26, 1849, at Middleton, Lavinia 
K. Perkins (dau. of William Perkins and Hannah Moore, his 
wife), b. Sept. 20, 1829, at Middleton. She d. there Feb. 1, 
1853. He m. (2) Apr. 19, 1857, at Middleton, Mary Ham 
Webber (dau. of William Webber of Sanford, Me., and Martha 
Ham, his wife), b. Jan. 27, 1829, in Maine. She d. Mar. 2, 1887, 
at Lynn. He m. (3) Apr. 12, 1888, at Lynn, Abbie A. Butler 
(dau. of Lyman Butler of Sanford, Me., and Cynthia Webber, 
his wife), b. July 23, 1849, at Sanford. They reside at Lynn. 

Children (all b. at Middleton) (by second wife) : 

2609. i. Clarence B.\ b. Apr. 22, 1858, is a shoe-cutter, has lived 

at Brockton, Mass. 

2610. ii. Ceresco P.(')\ b. Sept, 13, 1860; d. Sept. 8, 1861, at 

Middleton, Mass. 

2611. iii. Ceresco P.(')\ b. Jan. 24, 1862; m. Oct. 6, 1904, Maude 

Elizabeth Wing (dau. of Wm. Henry Wing and Susan 
Fear Howard, his wife), b. Jan. 2, 1878, at Middleboro, 
Mass. They live on a farm at Foxboro, Mass. 

1363. Alfred Augustus 7 Averill (Benjamin 6 , Joseph 5 , Paul 4 , 
Paul, William 2 , William 1 ), b. Mar. 8, 1825, at Middleton, Mass., 
was a shoe-maker and store-keeper and lived at Middleton. He 
was m. Mar. 15, 1868, at Middleton, to Martha Jane Weston 
(dau. of Samuei Wilkins Weston of Middleton and Polly Gould, 
his wife), who was b. June 26, 1838, at Middleton. Mr. and 
Mrs. Averill were especially kind to all persons referred to them 
for records of ancestors who lived at Middleton. Mrs. Averill 
was a teacher; was very much interested in local history; and 
for many years previous to the publication of vital statistics 
for Middleton and adjacent towns, was most generous and un- 
selfish in the collection and distribution of local records. The 
compiler of this genealogy desires to express publicly her great 
indebtedness to Mrs. Averill for assistance in this work from 
the time of its inception. 

Mr. Averill d. at Middleton; and Mrs. Averill d. there, 
Oct., 1909. Her papers were given to the well known anti- 
quarian, Mr. George Francis Dow of Topsfield, and of the Essex 



The Seventh Generation 725 

Institute, Salem, Mass. ; and her brother Mr. Solomon Weston 
became her heir. His death occurred six months after his sis- 
ter's, so that her niece and his daughter, Mrs. Mary (Weston) 
Newhall of Danvers, Mass., inherited all Mrs. Averill's very 
interesting personal effects in the line of inherited china, furni- 
ture and handiwork. Mrs. Newhall is the last survivor of this 
branch of the Weston family. 

1366. Joseph 7 Averill (Joseph*, Joseph 5 , Paul*, Paul 3 , Will- 
iam-, William'), b. Aug. 18, 1824, at N. Andover, Mass., was a 
farmer and lived at N. Andover. He m. (1) Nov. 13, 1856, at 
Boxford, Mass., Susan Maria Perley (dau. of Leonard Perley of 
Boxford and Mary Wells, his wife), b. May 22, 1832, at Boxford. 
She d. June 21, 1871, at N. Andover. He m. (2) July 10, 1873, 
Eunice Batchelder Perley (sister of his first wife), b. June 9, 
1840, at Boxford. She d. July 13, 1892, at N. Andover, and he 
d. there Sept. 24, 1887. 

Children (all b. at N. Andover) (by first wife) : 

2612. i. George Leonard", b. Apr. 6, 1859, is a farmer and lives at 

N. Andover. He m. Dee. 20, 1882, at Lynn, Mass., 
Elvira Lake Towne (dau. of Sewall Towne and Mary 
Ann Severance, his wife), b. Sept. 22, 1856, at Topsfield, 
Mass. 

2613. ii. Mary Lizzie", b. Mar. 31, 1862; m. Charles W. Paul. 

2614. lii. Florence Maria", b. Sept. 24, 1865; lives at N. Andover. 

1369. Esther Zelima 7 Averill (Truman", Robert 7 ', Joseph 4 , 
Paul", William 2 , William'), b. Oct. 26, 1812, in Vermont, lived 
at Hinesburg, Vt., Cooper, and Bowens Mills, Barry Co., Mich. 
She m. Jan. 9, 1831 (prob. at Hinesburg), Vt., Orin Barto) or 
Barteau) b. Oct. 11, 1806, in Vt. ; d. Jan. 8, 1882, at Morley, 
Mich. She d. Oct. 15, 1880, at Bowens Mills. 
Children : 

i. Freelove M. s Barto, b. Oct. 13, 1831, at Hinesburg; m. 
Mar. 19, 1851, at Cooper, Mich., Cyrus Travis. They 
lived at Cooper and had three children. She d. at 
Otsego, Mich, 
ii. Harriet S." Barto, b. Nov. 8, 1833, at Hinesburg; m. Aug. 
3, 1851, at Cooper, John Ward. They live at Otsego, 
Mich., and have 2 children. 



726 Aver ell, Ave rill, Avery Family 

iii. Mary E. s Barto, b. Dec. 3, 1836, at Hinesburg, Vt.; m. 

Nov. 14, 1858, at Cooper, George S. Minar. They live 

at Bowens Mills and have seven children. 
iv. Esther C. s Barto. b. Aug. 3, 1840, at Cooper, 
v. Ruby A. s Barto, b. Aug. 19, 1841, at Cooper; m. there, 

Jan. 2, 1862, Shepard Borden; lives at Cooper. They 

have 1 child, 
vi. David W." Barto, b. July 8, 1846, at Cooper; m. Nov. 24, 

1872, at Yankee Springs, Mich., Fanny Miles. They 

live at Big Rapids, Mich., and have four children, 
vii. Almira J." Barto, b. Feb. 1, 1849, at Cooper; m. Nov. 3, 

1869, at Yankee Springs, Thomas Hubbard. They live 

at Rome, Kansas. 

1370. Robert 7 Averill (Truman 9 , Robert 5 , Joseph*, Paul", 
William-, William'), b. Oct. 6, 1815, at Richmond, Vt., was a 
farmer and lived in Vermont, Illinois, Iowa, and Michigan. He 
m. July 18, 1841, at Galena, 111., Roxy Ann Kilbourne (dau. of 

Benjamin Kilbourne of Coshocton, O., and Roxy Pingree, his 
wife), b. Apr. 7, 1823, at Coshocton. He d. Mar. 3, 1892, at 
Kalamazoo, Mich. 
Children : 

2615. i. Mary Louisa", b. May 10, 1842, at Galena, 111., lives at 

Saginaw, Mich. She m. Nov. 20, 1866, at Cooper, Mich., 
Rev. David R. Anderson. They have five children. 

2616. ii. Lucy Olivia 8 , b. Aug. 22, 1844, at Tete des Morts, la., lived 

at Gunplains, Mich. She m. Jan. 4, 1870, at Cooper, 
Mich., Job Estes. She d. Jan. 27, 1871, at Gunplains. 

2617. iii. George Henry s , b. Jan. 17. 1847, at Tete des Morts, lives 

at Cadillac, Mich. He m. Oct. 24, 1872, at Leroy, Mo., 
Sophronia May Smith. They have five children. 

2618. iv. Rose Priscilla", b. Jan. 16, 1852, at Tete des Morts, lives 

at Kansas City, Kan. She m. Nov. 29, 1882, at Cooper, 
Mich., Ethan Warren Dailey. They have two children. 

2619. v. Truman N.\ b. Jan. 30, 1855, at Cooper, Mich., lives at 

Townsend, Mont. He m. Dec. 29, 1881, at Oshtemo, 
Mich., Nellie H. Hale. They have six children. 

2620. vi. Rufus Kilbourne", b. Jan. 22, 1859, at Cooper; m. Annie 

M. Bowman. 

2621. vii. Raymond Wallace", b. Nov. 27, 1863, at Cooper, lives at 

Kalamazoo, Mich. 

2622. viii. Frank Leon", b. Aug. 25, 1868, at Kalamazoo; m. Laura 

Birt. 
2(;23. ix. Robert Mortimer 5 , d. in infancy. 



The Seventh Generation 727 

1372. Elihu Barber 7 Averill (Truman*, Robert 7 ', Joseph 4 , 
Paul", William', William 1 ), b. Oct. 29, 1821, at Williston, Vt., 
lived at Kalamazoo, Mich. When he was twelve years of age 
(1834), he left Vermont with his father. They walked all the 
way from Detroit to Gull Prairie, Kalamazoo Co., in seven days, 
arriving May 31, 1834. He removed to Iowa in 1844. He m. 
(1) Oct. 29, 1844, at Richland, Mich., Julia Hoyt* (dau. of 

Harry P. Hoyt and Ruth , his wife), b. July 18, 1825, 

at New Haven, Conn.; d. Dec. 9 (?), 1864, at Cooper, Mich. 
He m. (2), Feb. 15, 1866, Huldah Hoyt (sister of his first wife), 
b. June 3, 1830, at New Haven, Conn. He m. (3) Mar. 10, 1877, 
Bettie Barto or Barteau (dau. of Russell W. Barto and Lovina 
Clark, his wife), b. Sept. 28, 1838, at Hinckley, 0. He d. Feb. 
19, 1902, at Kalamazoo. 

Children (by first wife) : 

2624. i. Alonzo\ b. Dec. 23, 1846, at Cascade, la. 

2625. ii. Milo\ b. Feb. 21, 1852, at Dubuque, la. 

1377. Cassius 7 Averill (Robert'', Robert 7 ', Joseph*, Paul", 
William', William'), b. 1827, at Shelburne, Vt., lived at Shel- 
burne ; and at Galesville, Wis. He m. at Milwaukee, Wis., Julia 
Clark. He d. 1890, at Galesville. Mrs. Averill resides with her 
dau. Adda, who lives about 20 miles from Galesville. 

Children : 

2626. i. Edward". 

2627. ii. Edison". 

2628. iii. Adda\ 

1378. Lucius 7 Averill (Robert 1 ', Robert 7 ', Joseph*, Paul', 
William", William'), b. 1829, at Shelburne, Vt., lived at Shel- 
burne, and Milwaukee, Wis. He m. Cornelia A. Aubrey of 

Burlington, Vt. He d. 1892, at Milwaukee, where his widow 
now lives. Their son Edward is in the railroad service. 
Children : 



2629. 




Abbie". 


2630. 


ii. 


Nellie". 


2631. 


iii. 


Kittie\ 


2632. 


iv. 


Hattie\ 


2633. 


v. 


Edward" 



See the Hoyt, Haight, Hight Families, by David W. Hoyt, 1871. 



728 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 



1379. Henry 7 Averill (Robert', Robert 7 ', Joseph*, Paul;', 
William", William'), b. 1831, at Shelburne, Vt. ; lived at Shel- 
burne, and Muskegon, Mich. He m. at Potsdam, N. Y., Emaline 

, a teacher. He d. 1873 (?) at Muskegon. 

Children : 

2634. i. Adda 8 . 

2635. ii. Edison\ b. — — , 18 — ; lives at Bellaire, or in the cen- 

tral part of Michigan. 

1381. Melinda 7 Averill (Robert'', Robert 5 , Joseph", Paul 3 , 
William", William'), b. July, 1835, at Shelburne, Vt. ; m. Myron 
Cole of West Stockholm, Vt. 

Child : 

i. Arthur C. s Cole. 

1382. Ann 7 Averill (Robert", Robert 5 , Joseph', Paul', Will- 
iam", William'), b. Oct., 1837, at Shelburne, Vt. ; m. Jackson 
Isham of St. George Vt., and lives at St. George. 

Children : 

i. Eugene" Isham. 
ii. Edison 8 Isham. 
iii. Ernest" Isham. 

1393. Daniel 7 Averill (Dudley", Dudley 7 ', Joseph*, Paul', 
William", William'), b. Nov. 5, 1817, at Sunderland, Vt., was 
adopted when 6 weeks old by Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Glazier of 
Sunderland and moved with them a few years after to Chasm 
Falls, Franklin Co., Malone, N. Y., where he passed his life (see 
statement under Dudley). 

He took his own father's surname of Averill after he reached 
maturity. Daniel Averill was a farmer, but he also engaged 
considerably in other business. He was m. July 30, 1839, at 
Duane, N. Y., to Mary Ann Trask dau. of Eliphalet and Jane 

(Stone) Trask. She was b. Oct. 31, 1815, at , N. H.; 

moved with her parents to Hartland, Vt. ; in 1822 to Malone, 
N. Y., and in 1824 to Duane, N. Y. Mr. Trask was b. in 
Beverly, Mass. 

Mr. Averill was an active and influential member of the 
Methodist Episcopal Church of his town; Mrs. Averill inclined 



2636. 


i. 


2637. 


ii. 


2638. 


iii. 


2639. 


iv. 


2640. 


v. 


2641. 


vi. 


2642. 


vii. 


2643. 


viii 



The Seventh Generation 729 

to the Episcopal Church. She d. Aug. 9, 1877, at Chasm Falls, 
and he d. there Dec. 29, 1890. 

The children of Daniel and Mary (Trask) Averill were (all 
b. at Chasm Falls, and recorded deaths occurred there) : 

ELIPHALET 8 , b. June 13, 1840; d. Mar. 13, 1843. 

Alvin Hovey", b. Dec. 3, 1842; m. Matilda E. Cunningham. 

Lydia J.\ b. June 1, 1846; d. June 22, 1846. 

William", b. Oct. 31, 1848; d. Sept. 22, 1852. 

Mahala Abigail", b. Jan. 28, 1851; m. (1) Wm. J. Martin; 

m. (2) W. H. Harwood, M. D. 
Roxanna", b. Feb. 24, 1853; d. Nov. 25, 1856. 
Willis", b. July 8, 1855; d. Sept. 28, 1855. 
viii. Wallace", b. July 8, 1855, twin brother to Willis; d. Feb. 

26, 1856. 

1396. Emily 7 Averill (Canfield 6 , Josiah 5 , Joseph 1 , Paul', 

William'-, William'), b. , 18 — ; lived prob. at Madrid and 

Pierrepont, N. Y. She was m. Jan. 18, 1849, to B. Franklin" 
Judd, son of Michal D. 7 and Silence Triphena (Leonard) Judd. 
He was b. Apr. 9, 1826. His grandfather Moses 6 Leonard 
(Samuel"', Moses 4 , Moses :: , John 1 ', Solomon 1 Leonard) removed 
from Western Mass., to Canton, N. Y., where he d. July 21, 
1849. 

Children : 

i. (A Dau.)" Judd, b. Apr. 20, 1851. 
ii. Charles A." Judd, b. Aug. 20, 1853; d. Jan. 5, 1861. 
iii. Roselinda I." Judd, b. May 13, 1860; m. Geo. Davis; has 
4 children. 

1398. Josiah 7 Averill {John 6 , Josiah 5 , Joseph', Paul", Will- 
iam-, William'), b. May 5, 1829 (?) ; m. Mary J. Briggs, b. Aug., 
1830 (?), d. Feb. 18, 1884, aged 53 yrs. 6 mos. 9 days. He d. 
May 22, 1886, at Mexico, N. Y. He was a mechanic. 

Child : 

2644. i. Alida M.", d. Mar. 19, 1859; aged 4 yrs. 8 mos. 11 days. 

1406. William Henry 7 Averill (Marvin 9 , Jesse 5 , Joseph 4 , 
Paul 5 , William 2 , William'), b. Sept. 29, 1834, at Louisville, Ky., 
was a wholesale and retail druggist, and lived at Frankfort, Ky. 
He m. Nov. 7, 1860, at Frankfort, Jane Julian Page, dau. of 
Thomas S. Page of Frankfort, Ky., and Jane Briggs Julian, his 



2645. 


i. 


2646. 


ii. 


2647. 


iii. 



730 Averell, Averill, Avery Family 

wife), b. Jan. 19, 1838, at Frankfort, where she d. Dec. 19, 1882. 
He d. there May 21, 1904. 

Children (all b. at Frankfort) : 

Rebecca Gordon", b. Jan. 18, 1862. 

Thomas Page", b. Feb. 15, 1865; m. Mary Jacob Nash. 
Marvin Dennison 2nd 8 , b. Dec. 30, 1869; m. Stella R. Van 
Arsdell. 

2648. iv. Charles Julian", b. Jan. 26, 1872; d. Sept. 25, 1876, at 

Frankfort. 

2649. v. William Henry", b. Nov. 2, 1873; d. June 11, 1874, at 

Frankfort. 

1408. Marvin Dennison 7 Averill (Marvin D:\ Jesse 5 , Jo- 
seph*, Paul-, William', William'), b. Sept, 17, 1839, at the Pax- 
ton homestead, Franklin Co., Ky., was a posthumous child. He 
was a farmer, and m. Jan. 23, 1869, at Clifton, Ky., Emma 
Berryman (dau. of Robert Berryman of Clifton, and Maria 
Whittington, his wife), b. 1850, at Clifton. Mr. Averill lived 
at the Paxton homestead, at Farmdale, where he was b., and 
where he accidentally shot himself May 20, 1890, while shooting 
crows in his own woods. The top rail broke as he was climbing 
a fence and the hammer of his gun struck the rail, killing him 
instantly. The farm on which he lived was part of the tract 
originally settled in 1792 by his grandfather, who was a soldier 
in the Continental Army, and who, with his father and brother, 
was at the surrender of Cornwallis. All associations with this 
spot are very precious to this Averill family. Mr. Averill was a 
ruling elder of the Presbyterian Church, a devoted Christian, 
and a citizen much respected and admired for his integrity and 
uprightness. His loss was deeply felt by the community, in 
which he stood for all that was good and true. He was a mem- 
ber of the Masonic Fraternity, belonging to the Hiram Lodge, 
No. 4, and Frankfort Commandery, No. 4, K. T. 

Children (all b. at the Paxton homestead) : 

2650. i. Robert Berryman", b. Mar. 23, 1871. 

2651. ii. William Henry. 2nd", b. Feb. 2, 1873; m. Camilla Basket. 

2652. iii. Edward Humphrey", b. Mar. 20, 1875; d. at the Paxton 

Homestead, Sept., 1876. 

2653. iv. Maria Louise 5 , b. Nov. 5 (?), 1S77; m. Eugene Wood, has 

3 children. 
265 1. v. Alice Belli:', b. Mar. 16, 1S83. living at Louisville, Ky. 



Thomas P. Averill. Robert Averill. W. H. Averill, 2o. 

M. D. Averill, 2d. 

W. H. Averill. M. D. Averill. 






'• ; 3AM< 






The Seventh Generation 733 

1409. Sarah Elizabeth 7 "Averille" (Jesse 6 , Jesse", Joseph', 
Paul 3 , William 2 , William'), b. Mar. 28, 1843, at Granville, N. Y. ; 
m. Hiram Aldous, who d. July 4, 1862. She d. May 13, 1863. 

Child: 

i. Hannah E. s Aldous, b. Jan. 15, 1861; m. Thomas Ross. 

1410. Harriet Sophia 7 "Averille" (Jesse 6 , J esse" , Joseph', 
Paul 3 , William-, William'), b. Apr. 3, 1844, at Granville, N. Y. ; 
m. Michael D. Maney of Raceville, N. Y. 

Children : 

i. Emma S. s Maney, b. Oct. 22, 1860; d. Feb. 4, 1874. 

ii. Fr-vnk L. s Maney, b. Apr. 27, 1864; m. Gertie Rowe. 

iii. James L. s Maney, b. Mar. 28, 1866; m. Mabel Aban, who 

d. 189.3. He d. July 4, 1894. 
iv. Elmer M. s Maney, b. Nov. 26, 1868. 
v. Kate L. s Maney, b. ?Iay 10, 1871; m. William Preston, 
vi. Eliza J. 8 Maney, b. Oct. 17, 1872; m. Walter Ballard. 
vii. Freddie M. s Maney, b. Sept. 7, 1874; d. Sept. 14, 1874. 
viii. Herbert A." Maney, b. May 4, 1877; m. Lizzie Gee. 
ix. Hattie A. s Maney, b. May 4, 1877; m. Joseph McNeil. 
x. Susie L. s Maney, b. Sept. 9, 1879. 

Kate L. 8 Maney (Harriet 1 Averill, Jesse 6 , Jesse", Joseph', 
Paul", William', William'), b. May 10, 1871; m. William Pres- 
ton. 

Children : 

i. Edith 1 ' Preston. 

ii. George'' Preston. 

iii. Marion'' Preston. 

iv. Ruth" Preston. 

Eliza J. s Maney (Harriet 1 Averill, Jesse 6 , Jesse", Joseph', 
Paul-, William-, William'), b. Oct. 17, 1872; m. Walter Ballard. 
Children : 

i. Charlotte" Ballard. 

ii. Susie Ballard. 

iii. Luella" Ballard. 

iv. Marvin Dennison" Ballard. 

v. Myra" Ballard. 

vi. Mina 9 Ballard. 



734 Averell, Averill, Avery Family 

Hattie A. s Maney (Harriet' Averill, Jesse*, Jesse", Joseph*, 
Paul, William", William'), b. May 4, 1877; m. Joseph McNeil. 

Child : 

i. Jesse W. ; ' McNeil. 

1411. Marvin Dudley 7 "Averille" (Jesse 6 , Jesse"', Joseph*, 
Paul 3 , William', William 1 ), b. Apr. 8, 1845, at Granville, N. Y. ; 
m. Feb. 23, 1871, Mina L. Dunson. 

Child : 
2655. i. Jennie L.\ b. Oct. 11, 1872; m. James L. Fegan. 

1413. Emma Ellene* "Averille" (Jesse 6 , Jesse", Joseph*, 
Paul', William-, William'), b. Jan. 3, 1853, at Granville, Wash- 
ington Co., N. Y.; m. Dec. 31, 1870, John L. Ward. 

Children : 

i. Walter H. 5 Ward, b. Jan. 9, 1872; d. May 14, 1900. 

ii. Freddie L. s Ward, b. May 11, 1874; d. Nov. 11, 1876. 

iii. Mary L. s Ward, b. Sept. 10, 1876. 

iv. John L. s Ward, b. Aug. 18, 1880; d. Sept. 11, 1881. • 

v. Jessie E: Ward, b. Aug-. 18, 1880. 

vi. Alton D. s Ward, b. July 27, 1882. 

1414. Jessie Louisa 7 "Averille" (Jesse 6 , Jesse", Joseph*, 

Paul\ William-, William 1 ), b. July 9, 1854, was a posthumous 
child. Her name appears in deeds after her father's death. 
She m. July 16, 1877, Joseph Rivett. She d. Sept. 2, 1892. 
Children : 

i. Lida L. s Rivett, b. Nov. 1, 1878; m. David B. Williams. 

ii. Frank M. s Rivett, b. Aug. 19, 1881. 

iii. Charles H. s Rivett, b. Dec. 28 ; 1884. 

Lida L. s Rivett (Jessie' Averill, Jesse'', Jesse", Joseph', Paul 3 , 

William', William'), b. Nov. 1, 1878; m. David B. Williams. 

Child : 

i. Gladys"'' Williams, b. May 13, 1899. 

1415. Mary Jane 7 Averill (Eliphalet 6 , Perry 5 , Samuel*, 
Isaac 3 , William-, William'), b. Sept. 18, 1806, at Hartford, Conn., 
lived in New York City. She m. Nov. 24, 1825, Elisha Peck 
of Hartford, Conn, (son of Daniel Peck). She d. June 19, 1836, 
in New York City. 



The Seventh Generation 735 

Children : 

i. Mary s Peck, b. - — , 182- ; m. Charles W. Allen, a mer- 
chant in New Haven, Conn, 
ii. Julia White s Peck, b. June 10, 1829, at Hartford; m. Oct. 
19, 1852, Rev. Dwight Whitney Marsh, D. D., grad. of 
Williams College, 1842; A. M., 1845; Andover Theol. 
Sem., 1842-5. They were well known missionaries, sta- 
tioned at Mosul, Turkey-in-Asia, to which place they 
went in 1853. After successful labors there, Mrs. Marsh 
d. at Mosul, Aug-. 12, 1859. Mr. Marsh was instrumental 
in securing* from Layard for Williams College the best 
Nineveh slabs sent to America (see Marsh Gen., 1895). 

1417. Henry Perry 7 Averill (Eliphalet 6 , Perry 5 , Samuel*, 
Isaac% William-, William 1 ), b. Oct. 16, 1813, at Hartford, Conn., 
was a merchant and lived at Hartford, and Perrysburg, 0. He 
m. Apr. 24, 1838, at Hartford, Asenath Peck (dan. of Daniel 
Peck, M. D., of Lyme, Conn., and Persis Ladd, his wife) ,b. Nov. 
25, 1818, at Stafford, Conn. She became a member of the his- 
toric "First Church" of Hartford, June, 1880, being received 
by letter. He d. Mar. 19, 1878. at Sorrento, Fla., and Mrs. Aver- 
ill d. Nov. 25, 1899, at Atlanta, Georgia. 

Children : 

2656. i. Henry Eliphalet\ b. Feb. 15, 1839, at Hartford; m. (1) 

Julia M. Dodge; m. (2) Caroline Arabel Dodge. 

2657. ii. James Perry', b. Oct. 29, 1841, at Hartford: m. Ellen M. 

Baird. 

2658. iii. Elisha Peck\ b. Sept. 1, 1850, at Perrysburg, is living 

there. 

2659. iv. Charles Edward", b. Jan. 8, 1856, at Perrysburg; m. 

Emma A. Smith. 

1420. Phineas Barnes 7 Averill (Perry 6 , Perry 7 ', Samuel*, 
lsaac'\ William-, William 1 ), b. Aug. 31, 1809, at S. Britain, 
Conn., was a farmer in his native town. He m. Oct. 4, 1822, at 
S. Britain, Eliza Maria Wheeler (dau. of Samuel Wheeler of 
S. Britain and Orra Hinman, his wife), b. Feb. 12, 1812, and d. 
July 5, 1905, at S. Britain, aged 93 yrs. and nearly five mos., 
having survived her husband over twenty-six years. She was a 
good representative of the noble country-women of her day, be- 
ing essentially the help-meet, ready and willing to share her 



736 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

husband's burdens at any time ; she was faithful to her own 
duties as wife, mother and housekeeper, a help to neighbors 
around her, and independent in judgment and in deed. It is 
said that a deacon having remonstrated with her for irregular 
attendance at church, she explained that the reason for her 
absence was the cares of the household and that, if he thought 
he could run her family affairs better than she, he might come 
and try it. The deacon did not come ! She was a woman of 
large physique, noble presence and character, her face indicating 
her fine qualities of heart and mind. Mr. Averill was a man of 
positive convictions, one of the original abolitionists of Connecti- 
cut, a strong advocate of temperance, and olthough recognized as 
a good citizen was much under criticism for his views. He and 
his family were Congregationalists in faith, and Whigs or Re- 
publicans in politics. He and the men of his own family were 
not like his grandfather Perry in physique, all being shorter and 
much more slender. Mr. Averill d. Dec. 31, 1878, at S. Britain. 
The family burial lot is in the Hill (or "lower") cemetery, in 
the valley of their native town. 

Children (all b. at S. Britain, F. B. R.) : 

Eliphalet\ b. July 17, 1833; m. Elizabeth B. Stebbins. 

Perry\ b. May 24, 1838; m. (1) Ada Mosher; m. (2) 
Ellen Curtis. 

Eunice Eliza', b. Sept. 20, 1840; m. Walter S. Curtiss. 

Samuel Phineas\ b. June 12, 1843; m. Julia T. Mitchell. 

Frank Wheeler\ b. Aug-. 12, 1848; m. June 28, 1886, at 
Detroit, Mich., Charlotte Elizabeth Sanders (dau. of 
George Sanders, b. at Bladon, near Oxford, Eng., and 
Jemima Flack, his wife, who was b. at Cambridge, Eng.). 
She was b. Sept. 19, 1851, at Detroit, and lived in Lafay- 
ette Ave., opposite the present (1906) Post Office, which 
is on the site of the ancient palisaded Fort Ponchatrain. 
Mr. Averill was a wholesale grocer in Conn., and also 
in Jackson, Mich., where he was associated with his 
brother, Capt. Perry Averill, after 1875. He was ap- 
pointed by Gov. John Bagley, Inspector of oil for the 
Eastern part of the state of Mich., and then, because of 
this appointment, removed to Detroit. He held this posi- 
tion for six or seven years. He has now retired from 
business but is a resident of Detroit, where he and Mrs. 
Averill are well known and highly esteemed. 



2660. 


i. 


2661. 


ii 


2662. 


ii 


2663. 


iv 


2664. 


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The Seventh Generation 737 

1421. Eliza Jane 7 Averill (Perry , Perry 5 , Samuel 4 , Isaac 3 , 
William' 2 , William 1 ), b. June 28, 1811, at S. Britain, Conn.; m. 
Mitchell Monroe Canfield (son of Burton Canfield), who was b. 
Mar. 30, 1809. She d. 1883, at S. Britain. 

Children: 

i. Averill Burton 8 Canfield, b. Nov. 8, 1831; m. Alice 

Angevine. 
ii. Henry Monroe" Canfield, b. Aug. 15, 1841; m. Alice 

Hayes. 

Averill Burton s Canfield (Eliza 7 Averill, Perry*, Perry 5 , 
Samuel 4 , Isaac 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. Nov. 8, 1831; m. Alice 
S. Angevine (Amy 4 Sperry, Dolly- Averill (No. 602). Mrs. 
Averill Burton Canfield wrote some time ago to a correspondent : 
"My grandmother was an Averill before marriage ; my husband's 
grandfather was an Averill and a brother of my grandmother 
(Dolly Averill, who m. Wilmot Sperry). My husband was 
named 'Averill' after his (great-) grandfather, Col. Perry Aver- 
ill, who was a colonel in the Rev. War, 1777." Mr. Canfield was 
a very enthusiastic genealogist and left a very complete collec- 
tion, which was given to his son Robert. 
Children : 

i. Cornelia Elizabeth 1 ' Canfield, m. John Tomlinson. They 

have 5 children, 
ii. Robert Monroe 9 Canfield, m. Laura Keeler; has 1 dau., 

Helen. 
iii. (Name unknown)". 

Henry Monroe" Canfield (Eliza 7 Averill, Perrjf, Perry 5 , 
Samuel 4 , Isaac 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. Aug. 15, 1841; m. Alice 
Hayes ; lived at S. Britain, Conn. 
They had five children : 

i. Burton H. 9 Canfield. 
ii. Lucy Averill 9 Canfield. 
iii. Henry H. 9 Canfield. 
iv. Hattie M. 9 Canfield. 
v. Samuel M. 9 Canfield. 

1422. Eunice Maria 7 Averill (Perry 6 , Perry 5 , Samuel 4 , 
Isaac 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. May 30, 1820, at S. Britain, Conn., 
was m. there, Feb. 17, 1847, to Robert Crane, M. D. (son of 
Phineas Crane and Irene Nichols, his wife), b. Dec. 27, 1820, at 



738 Aver ell, Ave rill, Avery Family 

Bethlehem, Conn. "He was graduated from the Yale Medical 
School, 1843 ; was a practising physician at Middlebury, Conn., 
until 1853, and also Postmaster, and Justice of the Peace for 
that town. He removed to Waterbury, Conn., and became a 
manufacturer. He was a mem. of the Common Council of that 
town, 1860; and Asst. Coll. of Internal Revenues, 1866-7. In 
1867 he removed to New Haven, Conn., where he was a mem. 
of the Common Council, 1879." He is still living at Waterbury. 
(Extracts from The town and city of Waterbury, Conn., by 
Joseph Anderson, 1896.) 
Children : 

i. Mary Ann* Crane, b. , ; d. in infancy. 

ii. Robert F. s Crane, b. May 30, 1850; d. Aug. 22, 1870, at 
New Haven, while a student at the Sheffield Scientific 
School (Yale Coll.). 
iii. Augustin Averill s Crane, b. Jan. 9, 1864, at Waterbury; 
was grad. from Yale, class of 1885. He was for a time 
in New York City and Washington, D. C, and from 1888 
to 1891 Gov't Physician to the Hawaiian Islands. In 
1895 he was again at Waterbury, where he is still living 
and has a very large practice. 

1423. Dolly Betsey 7 Averill (Samuel 6 , Perry 5 , Samuel*, 
Isaac*, William'-, William 1 ), b. Jan. 23, 1817, at New Preston, 
Conn., lived at New Britain, Berlin and Morris, Conn. She m. 
Sept. 4, 1839, at New Preston, David Waller (No. 718) Whittle- 
sey* (son of David [No. 325] Whittlesey and Rebecca Smalley, 
his wife), b. Mar. 31, 1816, at New Britain, Conn., and who was 
a farmer in New Britain till 1852, when he removed to Berlin. 
In 1864, he removed to Morris, Conn., to the "Lake Farm." He 
was admitted to the Church in 1835, was Republican candidate 
for Representative in Morris in 1866. Mrs. Whittlesey d. June 
4, 1879, at Morris. 

Children (all b. at New Britain) : 

i. Laura Calista" Whittlesey, b. Apr. 10, 1842; m. June 1, 
1868, at Morris, Conn., Rollin H. Harrison. She d. 
June 20, 1874, at Morris, 
ii. Samuel Averill 8 Whittlesey, b. Aug. 7, 1844, enlisted 
Sept., 1862, for 9 mos. in the 22nd Reg. Conn. Vol. He 
m. Oct. 11, 1866, Ada J. Savage of Berlin, Conn. 

See the Whittlesey Gen. for the descendants of this line. 



Samuel Johnson Averill (No. 1424). 



The Seventh Generation 741 

iii. Asenath 8 Whittlesey, b. Feb. 25, 1849; m. Sept. 15, 

1870, Adrian Ives Clark, 
iv. Lyman Walter" Whittlesey, b. Apr. 6, 1852; m. May 18, 

1874, Hannah Martin. 

1424. Samuel Johnson 7 Averill (Samuel*, Perry 5 , Samuel*, 
Isaac 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. Feb. 25, 1819, at the Averill home- 
stead, in New Preston (now Washington), Conn., was an ener- 
getic and progressive farmer and lived all his life at the old 
home place that his great-grandfather Samuel (No. 88) bought 
in 1746. He m. Dec. 4, 1844, at S. Britain, Conn., Laura 
Phinette Piatt (dau. of Capt. David Piatt of S. Britain and 
Julia Northrop, his wife), b. June 9, 1824, at S. Britain. She d. 
at New Preston, Conn., Oct. 27, 1882; and he d. there, June 10, 
1891. Mr. Averill became deeply interested in his family his- 
tory, and gathered data for many years, obtaining all that had 
been collected by Mr. Horace Averill and Mr. Augustin Averill, 
and having the assistance of the able genealogist, Rev. G. O. 
Jameson, compiler of The Cogswells in America and The Cheats 
in America. The data gathered by Mr. Jameson was called: 
The Averills in America, and was sent by him Dec. 4, 1885, to 
Mr. Averill. All of that data has been given to the compiler of 
the present history of the family, by Hon. Heman Otis Averill, 
son of Samuel J. Averill. Mr. Averill also prepared from his 
data the Averill records which appeared in Cothren's Ancient 
Woodbury. So far as we know these were the first extensive 
records of our family that were ever published. Mr. Averill 
was a good student in his youth, both in school and academy ; 
and by careful reading of the best literature at his command, 
and by deep interest in the events of his time, he obtained a 
good practical education. He was ambitious in many ways and 
a man of unusually liberal views. The Averill homestead was 
scientifically developed by him and his son, and he is said to 
have been the first one to bring a successful mowing machine 
into the county. This he bought for his farm, Aug., 1853. Un- 
der the management of father and son their well known farm 
has become a practical proof of the great grass producing 
capacity of Litchfield County hills, and of their value in the 
raising of stock and dairy produce. Abundant supplies are sent 



742 Averell, Averill, Avery Family 

from this farm to the New York City markets by special local 
trains; and these trains are of great interest to strangers un- 
familiar with the demands that our great metropolis makes on 
the surrounding country miles on miles from its center. 

Mr. Averill was one of the Representatives from the Town 
of Washington to the State Legislature of Connecticut, in 1856 ; 
a deacon in the New Preston Congregational Church, and an 
active Christian and temperance worker in the vicinity of his 
town. He had the courage of his convictions, and, while holding 
slack allegiance to human creeds and dogmas, considered it the 
duty of every one to render obedience to all good laws and to fulfil 
all the deeper obligations as far as possible toward God and man. 
He co-operated in the formation of the Republican party, and 
always worked with it and sympathized with its principles. 

Children (all b. at New Preston) : 

2665. i. Ellen Maria', b. Dec. 17, 1846; lives at New Preston. 

She m. Nov. 11, 1885, Dayton Burnham (son of Daniel 
Burnham and Laura Patterson, his wife), b. Nov. 24, 
1841, at New Preston; d. Mar. 13, 1912. 

2666. ii. Mary Elizabeth*, b. Oct. 30, 1848; d. May 13, 1854, at 

New Preston. 

2667. iii. Betsey Caroline", b. Aug. 6, 1850; d. May 6, 1854, at New 

Preston. 

2668. iv. Edna Amelia", b. Nov. 20, 1852; d. May 19, 1859, at New 

Preston. 

2669. v. Heman Otis", b. Aug. 20, 1856; m. Bertha W. Buckingham. 

2670. vi. Julia", b. Oct. 29, 1861, was a well educated and interesting 

woman, a great favorite among a wide circle of friends, 
and had the advantages of foreign travel. She d. Jan. 
18, 1896, at New Preston. 

1426. Mary 7 Averill (Samuel 6 , Perry 5 , Samuel 4 , Isaac 3 , 
William", William'), b. Mar. 23, 1822, at New Preston, Conn.; 
m. Apr. 17, 1847, Walker Sherwood Seeley* (son of Gregory 
Seeley of Washington and - — Sherwood, his wife), b. 

Aug. 27, 1821, at Washington, Conn. He was a farmer and 
cattle-broker at Woodbury, Conn., and a much respected citizen. 
He was a State Representative in 1858. Mrs. Seeley d. Dec. 25, 
1858, at Woodbury ; he d. there Dec. 10, 1885. 

Walker Sherwood Seeley m. (2) Delia Hart, and m. (3) Augusta 
Walker. 



The Seventh Generation 743 

Children; 

i. Mary Elizabeth" Seeley, b. Aug. 7, 1849; m. (1) Oct. 10, 

1872, Henry M. Ailen; m. (2) James G. Dowd. 
ii. Martha Jane" Seeley, b. Nov. 4, 1852; m. Oct. 13, 1880, 

Henry S. Green, grad. of Yale, 
iii. Florence Averill' Seeley, b. Apr. 15, 1855. 
iv. Mary Averill" Seeley, b. Dec. 23, 1858. 

1427. Sally Johnson 7 Averill {Samuel*, Perry 5 , Samuel*, 
Isaac 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. Nov. 7, 1824, at New Preston, 
Conn., lived at Roxbury, Conn. She m. Sept. 6, 1854, at New 
Preston, Darwin Hurd Beardsley (son of Heman Beardsley of 
Roxbury), b. Sept. 15, 1824. He was a farmer on his father's 
homestead. She d. Feb. 7, 1891, at Roxbury. 

Children : 

i. Heman Averill" Beardsley, b. Nov. 12, 1856; m. Sept. 17, 

1884, Sarah Keeler. 
ii. Betsey Maria s Beardsley, b. Oct. 31, 1860; d. Feb. 26, 

1883. 

1428. Lucy Caroline 7 Averill (Augustin 6 , Perry 5 , Samuel*, 
Isaac 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. June 17, 1826, at New Utrecht, 
Long Island, N. Y. ; lived in New York City. She m. July 28, 
1847, at Woodbury, Conn., William Churchill, Jr., (son of Will- 
iam Churchill of New York), b. Feb. 24, 1825. She d. July 7, 
1856, at West Point, N. Y. 

Children : 

i. Mary Caroline (Minnie)" Churchill, b. July, 1849, at 

New York, lived in California. She m. George Ripley, 
ii. Florence* Churchill, b. Apr., 1851, at Brooklyn, N. Y.; 

m. William L. Gerrish, and resided at Brooklyn, New 

York. 

1430. Joseph Otis 7 Averill (Aug listing Pern/, Samuel" , 
Isaac 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. Oct. 22, 1830, at New York City, 
was a merchant, and lived at Brooklyn and New York. He m. 
(1) May 11, 1852, Sarah E. Jones (dau. of John H. Jones of 
Cold Spring Harbor, L. I.), who d. Mar. 19, 1853. He m. (2) 
June 17, 1855, at Commack, L. I., Elizabeth Mary Smith (dau. 
of Caleb Smith of Smithtown, L. I., and Harriet Atwood Bailey, 
his wife), b. Jan. 25, 1834, at Commack, L. I. She d. Mar. 21, 



744 Aver ell, Ave rill, Avery Family 

1894, at Bay Ridge, N. Y. He d. Dec. 29, 1889, at Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 

Children (by first wife) : 

2671. i. (A Dau.)\ b. Mar. 19, 1853; d. July, 1853. 

(by second wife) : 

2672. ii. Heman Augustin", b. May, 1856, at New York; d. there 

Apr., 1857. 

2673. iii. Joseph Otis, Jr.", b. June 4, 1857, at New York; m. Julia 

C. Blake. 

2674. iv. Ellen Mills", b. July 11, 1859, at New York; m. (2nd w.) 

Sept. 18, 1895, at Harwichport, Mass., Charles Meigs 
Charnley. 

2675. v. Henry Russell", b. Aug. 20, 1861, at New Haven, Conn.; 

d. July 7, 1894, at Brooklyn, N. Y. 

2676. vi. Charles Smith", b. Nov. 24, 1863, at Brooklyn, N. Y.; is 

unm. He is a tea merchant and lives at Yokohama, 
Japan. The compiler is indebted to him for much inter- 
esting data, including a copy of that relating to the 
Broadway, Worcestershire, Eng., Averills. 

2677. vii. Mary s , b. Mar. 28, 1866, at Brooklyn. 

2678. viii. William Judson s , b. May 22, 1870, at Brooklyn; d. Jan. 

21, 1896, at Smithtown, L. I. 

1434. Louise Edelsten 7 Averill (Augustin 6 , Perry* , Sam- 
uel 4 , Isaac 3 , William-, William 1 ), b. Nov. 22, 1844, at New York; 
m. Mar. 24, 1870, Charles M. Charnley of New Haven, Conn. 
She d. July 7, 1893, in Southern California. 
Children : 

i. Charles Meigs" Charnley, b. May, 1874. 
ii. James s Charnley, b. Sept., 1876. 
iii. Louis E. s Charnley, b. Aug., 1878. 

iv. Constance* 8 Charnley, b. Mar., 1880. She was graduated 
at Smith Coll., Mass., and is a woman of fine mind and 
interesting personality. 

memorandum. 

Charles Meigs Charnley m. (2) Sept. 18, 1894, at Harwichport, 
Mass., Ellen Mills Averill, dau. of Joseph Otis Averill (No. 1430). 

1439. Cornelia 7 Averill (Frederick'', Perry*, Samuel*, 
Isaac-, William', William'), b. Sept, 8, 1824, at New Preston, 
Conn. ; m. Aug. 26, 1849, Darwin D. Waite. They live or lived 
at Trumbull, Ashtabula Co., O. 



The Seventh Generation 745 

Children : 

i. Ella M.( a ) s Waite, b. Mar. 8, 1852; d. Dec. 31, 1856. 

ii. Lottie E. s Waite, b. June 16, 1856; m. C. H. Wolcott. 

iii. Ella M.(")" Waite, b. Nov. 28, 1858; m. Mar. 4, 1882, 
Lyman Bentley. 

iv. Frederick A. s Waite, b. Feb. 14, 1861. 

v. Kittie E. s Waite. b. Jan. 8, 1865; m. May 24, 1884, Wen- 
dell Phillips Brettell. 

Lottie E. s Waite {Cornelia 1 Averill, Frederick''', Perry 5 , Sam- 
uel*, Isaac 3 , William-, William 1 ), b. June 16, 1856; m. Oct. 16, 
1877, C. H. Wolcott of Orwell, Ohio. 

Child : 

i. Wayne Waite'* Wolcott, b. Oct. 13, 1881. 

1443. Heman Perry 17 Averill {Frederick?, Perry 5 , Sam- 
uel*, Isaac 3 , William-, William 1 ), b. Mar. 20, 1832, at New 
Preston, Conn.; m. May 24, 1851, Clarissa C. Starkweather 

of Bethany, N. Y. He d. June 28, 1884. 
Children : 

2679. i. Forrester Wallace", b. Sept. 22, 1852; lives near Pueblo, 

Col. 

2680. ii. Alice", b. , ; lived in La Salle Co. or Kankakee, 

111. She m. Mr. Hitchcock, and d. some years ago. 

2681. iii. Melville 8 , b. - — , - — ; lived in La Salle Co., 111. 

Married. 

2682. iv. Jennie", b. - — , - — ; d. in 111., at the residence of 

her sister Alice or her brother Melville. 

2683. v. Fanny", b. — ; lives at Avon, N. Y. She m. 

Edward or Edwin Wm. Strouse. 

2684. vi. Eugene", b. , . 

(The above is from a genealogical chart in the posses- 
sion of Hon. Heman Otis Averill (No. 2669) of Wash- 
ing-ton, Conn.) 

1449. Harriet 7 Averill {Nathaniel 6 , Samuel 5 , Samuel*, 
Isaac 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. Dec. 9, 1793, at Washington, 
Conn., was m. Oct. 26, 1831, at Salisbury (T. R.), by Leonard 
E. Lathrop, to Daniel 5 Brewster, b. Mar. 16, 1780, at Preston, 
Conn. He was the son of John 4 Brewster, of Daniel 3 , of Benja- 
min 2 , of William 1 Brewster, one of the Mayflower Pilgrims, and 



746 Averell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

who was called "their reverend Elder" and was b. prob. at 
Scrooby, Nottinghamshire, Eng., 1566 or '67, and d. at Plymouth, 
Mass., Apr. 10, or 18, 1644 (see The Gen. Soc. of Mayfloiver 
Descendants, pub. 1901, pp. 402-3). Mrs. Harriet (Averill) 
Brewster was a woman of strong character and marked indi- 
viduality, and great sense. She was well educated and a teacher 
(at Canaan, Suffield and New Marlborough) from her seven- 
teenth year until her marriage. She inherited talents of a high 
order and used them for the welfare of others. As a mother of 
unusual excellence she is still mentioned with great praise by 
those who knew her. Mr. Brewster d. Dec. 29, 1835, at Salis- 
bury, leaving her with two children, one of whom d. early, and 
to the other she devoted the best of her life. She d. at Danbury, 
Mar. 30, 1878, much mourned by a large circle of friends and 
relatives in whose lives she was an important factor. 
Children : 

i. Lyman Denison 8 Brewster, b. July 31, 1832, at Salisbury, 
Conn., is one of the most highly esteemed lawyers and 
judges in his State, and has a delightful home at Dan- 
bury. He m. Jan. 1, 1868, at Danbury, Sarah Amelia 
Ives (dau. of George W. Ives of Danbury and Sarah 
Wilcox, his wife), b. July 17, 1837, at Danbury. Mrs. 
Bi-ewster is one of the most honored women of her town. 
Judge Brewster is the possessor, among other objects of 
interest, of the "Washington Chair," which was owned 
by Anna Cogswell, wife of Roger Averill, his gt. uncle. 
It was used by Washington during the Rev. when he 
visited at the Cogswell home. 

ii. John Chester 8 Brewster, b. Apr. 16, 1835, at Salisbury; 
d. there 1838. 

1450. Garra 7 Averill {Nathaniel 6 , Samuel 5 , Samuel*, Isaac 3 . 
William-, William 1 ), b. Mar. 15, 1796, at Washington, Conn. 
(Salisbury T. R.), was a mechanic and manufacturer at Salis- 
bury (1853) . He was m. Apr. 14, 1827, at Salisbury, by Leonard 
E. Lathrop (T. R.) , to Mary Benton (dau. of John Benton of 

Salisbury and Jerusha , his wife), b. Sept. 5, 1801, at 

Salisbury. Mrs. Mary (Benton) Averill was m. (2) by Rev. 
Adam Reid, to Gen. Wm. Williams of Stockbridge, Mass. (see 
The Whitney Family of Conn., by S. Whitney Phoenix, 1878, for 




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The Seventh Generation 747 

Mary Benton, No. 4390). Mr. Averill d. at Salisbury, Apr. 25, 
1835. 

Child : 

2685. i. Robert Garra 8 , b. May 9, 1829, at Salisbury; m. Nancy E. 

Phelps. 

1453. Chester 7 Averillt (Nathaniel , Samuel;', Samuel*, 
Isaac 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. Mar. 16, 1803 or '04, at Washing- 
ton, Conn.; studied at Stockbridge Academy, entered Union Col- 
lege, 1824, and was graduated in 1828. He was elected a Fellow 
of that College immediately after graduation. He was a pro- 
fessor of chemistry and ancient languages, 1832. He m. Aug. 
4, 1835, at Stockbridge, Mass., Julia Pomeroy* (dau. of Thad- 
deus Pomeroy) , b. 1812. He d. Aug. 2, 1836, at Salisbury, Conn. 
"He had good analytical and reasoning powers and was a man 
of fine influences." (Rev. Thos. Reed, 1837.) 

Child: 

2686. i. Chester'-]-, b. May 31, 1836, at Schenectady, N. Y.; m. 

Mary Stuart Field. 

MEMORANDA. 

* Julia Pomeroy, on the side of her mother Elizabeth Mason Sedgwick, 
was a desc. of Maj. Gen. Robert Sedgwick and Johanna - — , his wife 
(see Whittlesey Gen., p. 208). 

t This name appears as "Nathaniel Chester" in some data furnished 
the compiler; but the family state he had no given name but Chester. 

1455. Hon. Roger 7 Averill (Nathaniel 6 , Samuel 5 , Samuel*, 
Isaac 3 , William 2 , William 1 , b. Aug. 13, 1809, at Salisbury, Conn.,* 
came of good New England stock, among whom were some of 
the earliest settlers of the State of Connecticut. As one of a fam- 
ily of seven children reared on a small farm, his education had to 
be, of course, mainly that of his own earnings. By the aid of a 
common school and a public library, by farming in summer and 
teaching in winter, he prepared for college under the guidance 
of his brother Chester, a professor at Union College (N. Y.), 
and was graduated from that College with honor in 1832. After 

* The sketch above given of Mr. Averill was prepared by L. D. B., a 
relative and eminent legal friend, for a History of D anbury, and has been 
copied almost verbatim, as it was regarded as a just biographical summary 
of the life of an honored citizen. 



748 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

studying law with Judge (afterward Chief Justice) Church in 
his native town, he was admitted to the Bar in 1837, and opened 
an office for practice, after teaching in the Academy for a short 
time. In 1849 he removed to Danbury and at once attained a 
wide and successful practice. Of fine personal appearance, with 
a ceremonious courtliness of the old school, a ready man of busi- 
ness, industrious by instinct, sound of judgment, and careful in 
advice .... he stood well in the ranks of his profession, 
to which he was greatly attached, and whose honor and welfare 
no one had more nearly at heart .... Conservative by 
nature, and apt to keep his own secrets well, he was open, candid 
and thorough in his dealings with his clients whose life long 
fealty he held when they realized the virtue of his wise and 
peace-loving counsels. 

In public service he filled many functions, such as trustee 
of the State Normal School and member of the State Board of 
Education. He was a member of the Legislature, and presiding 
officer of the Senate ; and was Lieutenant Governor of the State 
of Connecticut for four years, — with Governor Buckingham, 
from 1862 to 1866,— during the Civil War. 

In the Spring of 1861 he was a prominent leader of the 
political party which opposed the election of President Lincoln, 
but the instant the news came of the assault on Fort Sumter, he 
hastened to fling his flag to the breeze, the first of his townsmen, 
and waiting for no man. Thenceforth he devoted himself 
enthusiastically to the success of the Union arms. A company 
from Danbury under Capt. Geo. M. Southmayd was called the 
"Averill Rifles", in honor of Hon. Roger Averill. After the War 
his participation in public affairs and the care of private trusts 
prevented devotion to strictly legal pursuits . , although 

his interest in everything tending to the welfare of his pro- 
fession remained unabated. 

He was one of the organizers of the American Bar Associa- 
tion, and an active participant in its proceedings up to the year 
of his death. 

Mr. Averill was m. (1) Oct. 16, 1844, at Danbury, Conn., 
by Rev. Rollin S. Stone, pastor of the Congregational Church at 
Danbury, to Maria D. White, (dau. of Roswell White, a jeweller 



The Averill Homestead, Danbury, Conn. 



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The Seventh Generation 751 

and silversmith of New York City, and of Mary Wildman, his 
wife), b. Nov. 23, 1818, at New York City. She was a woman 
with great kindness of nature, and wide sympathy for the poor 
and friendless, and she had the warmest affection for little chil- 
dren. Her great-grandfather, Ebenezer White, was pastor of 
the Danbury Congregational Church for twenty-five years be- 
fore the American Revolution, and her ancestors were first set- 
tlers of the town of Danbury. She d. Feb. 14, 1860, at Danbury. 
Mr. Averill m. (2) Sept. 18, 1861, at Southport, Conn., Mary 
Perry (dau. of Austin Perry of Southport and Emily Milne, his 
wife) . Mr. Averill d. at Danbury, Dec. 9, 1883, at the ripe age of 
seventy-four, untouched by the infirmities of old age. Mrs. 
Averill survived him several years. She d. Nov. 23, 1902, at the 
family residence in Danbury. 

Children (by first marriage, F. B. R.) : 

2687. i. Arthur Hoyt", b. July 6, 1845, at Salisbury, was grad- 

uated at Yale, class of 1869. He followed his father's 
profession and practised law with him in Danbury. He 
was Assistant Prosecuting Attorney, and later Prose- 
cuting Attorney. He d. Aug. 9, 1894, at Danbury. 

2688. ii. Mary White 8 , b. May, 1847, at Salisbury; d. Aug. 24, 18,50, 

at Danbury. 

2689. iii. John Chester", b. Dec. 21, 1849, at Salisbury; m. Hattie 

Clark. 

2690. iv. Roswell White", b. July 27, 1853, at Danbury; d. there, 

Dec. 9, 1853. 

2691. v. Harriet Evalina s , b. Oct. 25, 1854, at Danbury. 

2692. vi. Maria White", b. Sept. 30, 1857, at Danbury. 

(Since the death of their step-mother, to whom they 
were devoted daughters, Miss Averill and Miss Maria 
White Averill have travelled extensively, though retain- 
ing the family residence at Danbury. They are culti- 
vated women with fine tastes, and are truly cosmopolitan, 
upholding the honorable name that they inherited. They 
are closely identified with the social, patriotic, and phil- 
anthropic life of their town.) 

1457. Matilda 1,7 Averill (Nathaniel 6 , Samuel 5 , Samuel*, 
Isaac 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. Oct. 24, 1814, at Salisbury, Conn.; 
was m. June 9, 1846, at Salisbury (T. R.), by G. S. Brownell, to 
David Philip Nichols, who was b. July 7, 1810, at Danbury, 
Conn. (Salisbury T. R.). 



752 Averell, Averill, Avery Family 



Child: 

i. Mariette s Nichols, b. Sept. 8, 1847; m. Gysbert Van 
Steinwyk, and lives at San Francisco, Cal. 

1460. Asa 7 Averill (Noble 6 , Nathan 5 , Daniel 4 , Isaac 3 , Will- 
iam-, William 1 ), b. Jan. 24, 1788, prob. at New Preston, Conn., 
but possibly at Plattsburg, N. Y., was a Baptist minister, but 
left the ministry and engaged in business. He m. Nov. 8, 1812, 
Marian Wood. At that date his father was living at Kendall, 
N. Y. Mr. Averill d. in Ohio, or Indiana. 

Child: 

2693. i. Damon Rivers", b. May, 1828; m. Adelia Thomas. 

1461. Mills 7 Averill {Noble 6 , Nathan 5 , Daniel 4 , Isaac 3 , Will- 
iam 2 , William 1 ), b. June 6, 1792, in N. Y. State, was a merchant 
and lived at Bethany, N. Y., and Luna, La Grange Co., Inch, 
where he was County Auditor for 8 or 10 years. He m. Lucia 
Kellogg, and d. at Luna. His father and mother lived with him 
until he moved to Indiana, at which time they went to live with 
their dau. Mrs. Lavina Spicer. 

Children : 

2694. i. George", b. — , 18 — ; lived at Luna, on his father's 

farm. 

2695. ii. Charles", b. - — , 18 — ; lived in Wisconsin. 

2696. iii. Putnam", b. - — , 18 — ; lived in Wisconsin. 

2697. iv. Norman Simonds", b. May 14, 1833, at Bethany; m. Anna 

S. Wells. 

2698. v. Lucia\ b. - — , 18—; m. Mr. - — Fox. 

2699. vi. Adeline 8 , b. , 18—. 

2700. vii. Harry" (?). 

1462. Clarina 7 Averill (Noble 6 , Nathan 5 , Daniel 4 , Isaac 3 , 
William 2 , William'), b. Dec. 22, 1793, in N. Y. State; m. John 
Witherell and lived at Granville, N. Y., and Ravenna, O. She 
d. at Ravenna, Portage Co., 0., and was buried at Hiram, O. 

Children : 

i. Henry" Witherell, b. - — , 18 — ; dec. 
ii. Mills" Witherell, b. - — , 18 — ; dec. 
iii. Mary" Witherell, b. - — , 18 — ; m. Jason Andrews. 

iv. Noble Averill s Witherell, b. , 1818, at Granville; 

m. Eliza M. Marshall, 
v. Maria" Witherell, b. , 18 — . 



The Seventh Generation 753 

Mary* Witherell (Clarina 7 Averill, Noble 8 , Nathan 5 , Dan- 
iel*, Isaac 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. , 18 — ; lived at Bell- 

ville, N. Y. She m. Jason Andrews. 
Children : 

i. Henry Clay 9 Andrews, lives in Mich., and is married, 
ii. Sarah Ann 9 Andrews, lives at Willoughby, O. 
iii. Juliette 9 Andrews, lives at Willoughby, O. 
iv. Julia 9 Andrews, lives in Wis.; m. Charles Cowles. 
v. Amanda 9 Andrews, lives at Painesville, O.; m. Henry 
Wilder. 

Noble Averille* Witherell {Clarina 1 Averill, Noble 6 , Nathan 5 , 
Daniel*, Isaac 3 , William 2 , William'), b. 1818, at Granville, N. Y. ; 
m. Dec. 9, 1840, at Aurora, 0., Eliza Matilda Marshall (dau. 

of Thomas Marshall and Betsey , his wife), b. July 3, 

1823; d. Nov. 14, 1895. Mr. Witherell was living at Solon, 
0., Feb., 1901, and gave much information about his branch 
of the Averill and Witherell families. 
Children : 

i. Myron Fisher 9 Witherell, b. at Solon; m. and has three 

children, 
ii. Elva Malinda 9 Witherell. 

iii. Lilly Wealthy 9 Witherell, who m. Henry M. Hale of 
Solon, 0. 

1464. Lavinia or "Lavina" 7 Averill (Noble 6 , Nathan 5 , Dan- 
iel', Isaac 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. July 26, 1798; m. Norman 
Spicer of Kendall, N. Y. Her parents lived with her for some 
years and until their death. 
Children : 

i. Mary 8 Spicer. 
ii. Gertrude" Spicer. 
iii. Emma 8 Spicer. 
iv. Henry 8 Spicer. 

1466. Harriet 7 Averill (Noble 6 , Nathan 5 , Daniel*, Isaac 3 , 
William 2 , William 1 ), b. May 13, 1801; m. Forest B. Fisher of 
Watertown, N. Y. 
Children : 

i. Sarah 8 Fisher. 
ii. Mary 8 Fisher. 

iii. s (?) Fisher. 

iv. Myron 8 Fisher. 



754 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

1467. Amanda F. ' Averill {Noble" , Nathan 5 , Daniel*, Isaac 3 , 
William', William'), b. June 5, 1803, at Granville, N. Y., lived 
at Rural Hill near Belleville, N. Y. She m. Aug. 9, 1823, at 
Ellisburgh, N. Y., Samuel Hackley (son of Levi Hackley* of 
Litchfield, N. Y., and Abigail Williams, his wife), b. Dec. 5, 
1798, at New Lebanon, N. Y. She d. June 25, 1880, at Charles 
City, la. He was Justice of the Peace, and always known as 
"Squire Hackley." (The Samuel Hackley Bible is now in pos- 
session of Mr. Wm. S. Cone of Urbana, O.) 
Children : 

i. Mills Averill s Hackley, b. Mar. 28, 1824; m. Sarah W. 

Stacey. 
ii. Anna W. s Hackley, b. May 31, 1832; m. Nathaniel P. 
Cone. 

MEMORANDA. 

"In 1800 Levi Hackley was a merchant in Litchfield, N. Y., and at that 

time purchased over 1000 acres of land in that vicinity As 

he had only four children grandfather Hackley inherited something over 
250 acres about Rural Hall, a small post office three miles from Belleville". 

W. H. D. of Belleville. 

Mills Averill s Hackley (Amanda 7 Averill, Noble 6 , Nathan 5 , 
Daniel*, Isaac", William', William'), b. Mar. 28, 1824, at Rural 
Hill, N. Y., was a well known lawyer with offices at Belleville 
and in the City of Watertown. He was Register in Bankruptcy 
for Northern New York, under the old bankruptcy law, and had 
an extensive practice in Surrogate's Court. He was a man of 
culture and ability, highly respected by all. He resided at Belle- 
ville. He m. Mar. 31, 1847, at Rural Hill, Sarah W. Stacey, 
who d. abt. 1901. He d. Aug. 24, 1893, at Watertown, N. Y. 
Children : 

i. Nettie A." Hackley. 

ii. Genevieve L." Hackley; m. — — ; has a son 

and daughter. 

iii. Winifred L." Hackley; m. Durfee, who died. 

She is Principal of Kenka Coll., Kenka Park, N. Y. 

Anna W. s Hackley (Amanda 7 Averill, Noble 6 , Nathan 5 , Dan- 
iel*, Isaac-; William- 2 , William 1 ), b. May 31, 1832, at Rural Hill, 
N. Y., lived at Woodstock, O. She m. Nov. 7, 1854, at Oswego, 
N. Y., Nathanael Potter Cone. She d. Feb. 26, 1866, at Wood- 
stock. 



The Seventh Generation 



755 



Children : 



Henry D. 9 Cone; m. — 

two daughters. 
Thomas R'.° Cone; m. ■ 
William S. 9 Cone; m. 



has one son and 



lives at Ur- 



bana, O. He has the Bible which belonged to his grand- 
father, Samuel Hackley. 
iv. Bertrand D. 9 Cone; unm. 

1469. Betsey 7 Averill {Noble*, Nathan*, Daniel*, Isaac 3 , 
William 2 , William'), b. , 18—; m. John Pollard of Ellis- 
burg, Jeff. Co., N. Y. 
Children : 

i. Melissa" Pollard. 
ii. Lovina s Pollard. 
iii. Charlotte 8 Pollard. 
iv. Charles" Pollard. 

1475. Maria Ketchum" Averill (Nathan 6 , Nathan 5 , Daniel 4 , 
Isaac-, William-, William 1 ), b. Dec. 21, 1795, at Plattsburg, 
N. Y. ; m. Jan. 16, 1812, Reuben Hyde Walworth, Chancellor of 

the State of New York. Chancellor Walworth was one of the 
most eminent lawyers of his day. Mrs. Walworth d. Apr. 24, 
1847, at Saratoga Springs, N. Y. (For extended mention of 
Chancellor and Mrs. Walworth see the Walworth Gen.) 
Children : 

i. Mary" Walworth, b. — — , - — ; m. Edgar Jenkins. 

ii. Sarah" Walworth, b. — — , ; m. John M. Davidson. 

iii. Eliza" Walworth, b. — — , - — ; m. John T. Backus, 
D. D. 

iv. Clarence s Walworth, b. — , - — ; a priest of the 

Roman Catholic Church, lived at Albany, N. Y. 
v. Mansfield Tracy" Walworth, b. — — , - — ; m. Nellie 
Hardin. 

Mary* Walworth (Maria' Averill, Nathan*, Nathan 5 , Dan- 
iel*, Isaac 3 , William-, William 1 ), b. , 18 — ; m. Edgar 

Jenkins; they had five children. 

Children : 

i. 
ii. 
iii. 
iv. 



Walworth 9 Jenkins, d. 
Averill (No. 2707). 



-, 18- 



m. Henrietta 



756 Averell, Averill, Avery Family 



Mansfield Tracy 8 Walworth (Maria 1 Averill, Nathan 6 , Na- 
than 5 , Daniel*, Isaac 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. , 18—; m. 

Nellie Hardin. He d. at New York City. 

Child : 

i. Frank 9 Walworth. 

1476. Henry Ketchum 7 Averill (Nathan*, Nathan 5 , Dan- 
iel*, Isaac', William- 2 , William 1 ), b. Apr. 21, 1798, at Peru, N. Y., 
was a lawyer and iron manufacturer, and lived at Plattsburg 
and Cadyville, N. Y., and New Oregon, la. He m. (1) May 29, 
1824, at Plattsburg, Elizabeth Piatt (dau. of William Pitt Piatt;* 
one of the founders of Plattsburg, and Hannah Kent,f his wife), 
b. May 15, 1806, at Plattsburg. She d. there Mar. 21, 1842, aged 
36 yrs. He m. (2) Dec. 29, 1842, Charlotte Everett (dau. of 
Edward (No. 135) Everettt of Au Sable, N. Y., and Hannah 
Macomber, his wife, who was the granddaughter of Judge 
Macomber of Chesterfield, N. Y.), b. Jan. 7, 1817. She d. Dec. 
16, 1853. He m. (3), at New Oregon, la., Mrs. Hendley. He m. 
(4), a widow, name unknown, who d. abt. 1879. He d. Mar. 26, 
1881, at Morrisonville, N. Y., at the residence of his only dau. 
Mrs. Burch. Mr. Averill (with other members of a company of 
sharpshooters) was rewarded by a resolution of Congress for 
gallantry at the battle of Plattsburg, Sept. 11, 1814. Deeds 
recorded at Plattsburg show that he had land from Nathan 
Averill in 1814 (Vol. E, p. 135), and from that time his name 
appears frequently in the Registry of Deeds at Plattsburg. 
Children (by first wife) : 

2701. i. James Kent Platt s , b. Mar. 10, 1825, at Plattsburg; m. 

Julia Jennette Evans. 

2702. ii. Henry Ketchum* Jr., b. Mar. 26, 1830, at Plattsburg; m. 

Almira E. Miller. 

2703. iii. Mary Elizabeth 8 , b. July 19, 1831, at Plattsburg; m. 

Perrie E. Burch. 

2704. iv. William Pitt Platt\ b. Aug. 19, 1835, at Plattsburg; d. 

there, May 13, 1836. 

William Pitt Piatt was the son of Zephaniah Piatt. 

f Hannah Kent, b. 1790, was the only sister of Chancellor Kent (see 
Kent Gen. by L. V. Briggs). 

t Edward (No. 135) Everett (Edward 6 , Edward 4 , John 3 , John", Rich- 
ard 1 ). See Descendants of Richard Everett. 



The Seventh Generation 757 

(by second wife) : 

2705. v. Clarence Walworth 8 , b. Aug. 24, 1850, at Cadyville, N. Y.; 

d. there, Feb. 7, 1853. 

2706. vi. Catherine Maria 8 , b. May 4, 1853, at Cadyville, N. Y.; d. 

Feb. 21, 1854, at Chesterfield, N. Y. 

MEMORANDA. 

P. 675. Vermont Hist. Gazetteer. About June 1 st 1813 the British 
appeared at St. Johns with an armed force, and were attacked by Lieut 
Smith, who was forced to strike his colors and give up his ships the 
Growler and Eagle. The Eagle was sunk, and later was raised by the 
British, and with the Growler was refitted and they made part of the 
British fleet at the battle of Plattsburg in Sept 181 U, under the names of 
the Chub and Finch. The British light troops made several attempts in 
the course of the day (Sept. 5?) to cross at the village, but were repulsed 
by the guards at the bridge, and by the sharp fire of a company of 
volunteers who had taken possession of a stone grist-mill nearby. 45 
Americans and 200 British were killed or wounded on this day. This 
company of volunteers was called "Aiken's Volunteers" and was composed 
of (17) young men — none of whom were old enough to be liable to perform 
military duty. Among them was Henry K. Averill and Hiram Walworth. 
They had been out on the Beekman road where they behaved with great 
gallantry. In May, 1826, Congress authorized the President to cause to be 
delivered to each One Rifle promised to them by General Macomb, while 
commanding the Champlain Department, for their gallantry and patriotic 
services as a Volunteer Corps, during the siege of Plattsburg in September 
1814. 

1477. Calvin Ketchum 7 Averill (Nathan*, Nathan 5 , Daniel*, 
Isaac 3 , William 2 , William'), b. June 2, 1800, at Peru, N. Y. ; m. 
18—, at Rouse's Point, N. Y., Emily A. Coit. The name of 
Calvin K. Averill appears many times on the Registry of Deeds 
for Clinton Co., N. Y., from 1821 to 1854. 

Children : 

2707. i. Henrietta 8 , b. — — , 18 — ; m. Walworth Jenkins, son 

of Edgar Jenkins and Mary Walworth (Maria Ketchum 
Averill and Chandler Walworth) and grandson of a cousin 
once removed (see the Walworth Gen.). 

2708. ii. George 8 , b. ■ — — , 18—; m. Maria Colton. 

2709. iii. William 8 , b. . 18—; m. (1) — ; 

m. (2) — . 

2710. iv. James 8 , b. - — , - — ; m.; both now dead. 



758 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

1478. Joseph Ketchum 7 Averill (Nathan 6 , Nathan 5 , Dan- 
iel', Isaac', William 2 , William'), b. 1802, at Peru, N. Y. ; lived 
for a time at Plattsburg, and then established in 1845, at New 
Milford, Conn., the first newspaper called The Milford Repub- 
lican. It was issued there until the following year when the 
place of publication was removed to Litchfield, Conn, (see Or- 
cutt's Hist, of New Milford and Bridgewater, Conn.). He m. 
Harriet Edson, and d. during the Civil War, on board ship in 
front of Charleston, S. C. It is probable that it is he who, in 
1835, '36, appears as Joseph Avery, grantor and grantee in 
Clinton Co., N. Y. 

Child: 
2711. i. Charles E. s , b. , 18—; d. 

1479. Phebe 7 Averill (Nathan 6 , Nathan 5 , Daniel', Isaac 5 , 
William-, William 1 ), b. 1810, at Plattsburg, N. Y. ; m. there (1) 
Richard Baxter ; m. (2) George A. Standish. She d. Aug. 23, 
1845. 

Children (by first husband) : 

i. R. Charles 5 Baxter, b. - — , 18 — ; m. - — . 

ii. Maria 5 Baxter, b. - — , 18 — ; d. y. 

R. Charles" Baxter (Phebe 7 Averill, Nathan 6 , Nathan 5 , Dan- 
iel', Isaac'-', William' 2 , William 1 ), b. , 18 — ; m. 



Children : 

i. Henry 9 Baxter. 
ii. Edward" Baxter. 

1480. Charles Ketchum 7 Averill (Nathan 6 , Nathan 5 , Dan- 
iel\ Isaac 5 , William' 2 , William'), b. Oct. 6, 1812, at Granville, 
N. Y., was one of the officers of the Housatonic R. R., being Sec. 
and Treas., 1881-86 (?) ; he was an officer in the City Savings 
Bank, 1886; Director of the First. Nat. Bank, 1877-86. He 
lived at Granville, N. Y., and at Bridgeport, Conn. He m. Jane 
M. Sumner of Clermont, N. H., b. 1814 ( ?) ; d. Apr. 14, 1889, 
aged 75 years. He d. Dec. 17, 1896, at Bridgeport (see Hist, of 
Stratford and Bridgewater, by Orcutt). 



The Seventh Generation 759 



Children : 

2712. i. Lucy\ b. - — , 18—; d. urnn. 

2713. ii. Henry D.\ b. - — , 18—; m. - 

2714. iii. Mary W.\ b. - — , 18—; unm. 

2715. iv. Charles Ketchum s , b. , 18- 

2716. v. Jennie", b. — , 18—; m. - 



1481. Caleb Nichols 7 Averill (Nathan*, Nathan'', Dayiiel\ 
Isaac", William-, William 1 ), b. Oct. 16, 1815, at Plattsburg Vil- 
lage, N. Y., was a merchant and farmer, and lived first at 
Plattsburg - , afterward at Michigan City, Inch, Chattanooga, 
Tenn., and Charleston, S. C. He was for a time connected with 
the Port Royal and Augusta R. R., at Port Royal, S. C. He was 
in the Southern army during the Civil War. He purchased a 
small farm at Summerville, S. C, where he was interested in 
raising strawberries. He made his first return visit to Platts- 
burg with his granddaughter May Porter, Sept., 1896, when 81 
years of age, and 45 years after his departure from his birth- 
place. He was even then tall and straight, with a commanding 
presence, a keen eye, his voice clear, his eye quick, and his step 
as elastic as when he went South. On that visit he played the 
same old flute that he had used for more than fifty years, and 
he played remarkably well, giving many delightful home con- 
certs among his friends during his stay. He carried many bur- 
dens during his life, but through them all kept a cheerful coun- 
tenance, and an unsullied name. He m. Dec. 31, 1838, at Michi- 
gan City, Ind., Sarah H. Sprague (dau. of David Sprague of 
New York State and Mary Hawley Woodruff, his wife), b. 
1819, in New York State. She d. Aug. 9, 1890, at Charleston, 
S. C. He d. July 4, 1900, at Summerville, S. C. He was at the 
time of his death Senior Elder of the Second Presbyterian 
Church of Charleston, and July 22, 1900, his pastor, Rev. G. R. 
Brackett, D. D., gave a noble memorial address in his honor, in 
which he mentioned Mr. Averill's "noble manhood, habits of 
temperance, virtue and tranquillity of mind, his marvellous 
natural force until he had passed his fourscore years ; his 
delightful memory and social sympathies, and freshness as of 
youth." There was not a faculty that did not yield him enjoy- 
ment and make life desirable to him. He went South in 1850, 



760 Averell, Averill, Avery Family 

and came into sympathy with the cause of the Confederacy, 
offering to it his services. Being too old for active service, he 
was made a quartermaster, and also joined a body of Cavalry. 
He was a deacon of his Church twenty-one years, elected 
Elder 1888, and for thirty years active in Sunday School work 
as leader of the song service. He was a gifted musician and had 
a strong, mellow, well cultivated voice. He organized and con- 
ducted several Sunday Schools. It is said of him: "He was an 
Israelite indeed in whom was no guile." In no circle was his 
influence more prized and his personality more honored than 
in that of his own family. 

Children (b. at Plattsburg, N. Y.) : 

2717. i. Frederick S. s , b. 1841; d. 1858, at Charleston, S. C. 

2718. ii. John "Henry" 8 , b. 1843; m. Susan Marshall. 

2719. iii. Louise Woodruff s , b. 1844; m. Rev. George J. Porter. 

1483. Reuben Hyde Walworth 7 Averill (Nathan 6 , Nathan 5 , 
Daniel 4 , Isaac 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. Mar. 14, 1820, at Platts- 
burg, N. Y., is a bookkeeper and clerk in the P. 0. at Plattsburg. 
He m. (1) Matilda Macomber (prob. a relative of Judge Macom- 
ber) ; m. (2) Nancy Burbank ; m. (3) Feb. 11, 1863, at Platts- 
burg, Cornelia E. Chamberlain; (dau. of Henry Chamberlain of 
Montpelier, Vt., and Mary Bailey, his wife), b. at Montpelier. 

Children (by first wife) : 

2720. i. Eliza 8 , b. - — , 18—; d. y. 
(by second wife) : 

2721. ii. Rosa 8 , b. Jan. 20, 1850; m. Charles Halsey Moore. 

1487. Mills 7 Averill 2nd. (Stephen , Nathan 5 , Daniel 4 , 

Isaac", William 2 , William 1 ), b. — , 18 — , at Plattsburg, 

N. Y. ; m. Theresa (Tressia?) Wilcox at Plattsburg and moved 
before 1856 to Cleveland, Ohio, where he died. 

Children (eight) : 

2722. i. . 



272::. 


ii. 


2724. 


iii. 


272.1. 


iv. 


2726. 


V. 


2727. 


vi. 


272X. 


vii. 


2720. 


viii, 



The Seventh Generation 761 

1489. Rosanna 7 Averill (Stephen 6 , Nathan 5 , Daniel*, Isaac 3 , 
William 2 , William 1 ), b. Feb. 19, 1819, at Plattsburg, N. Y., lived 
at Eden, Wis. She m. (2nd w.), Apr. 9, 1840, at Plattsburg, 
Aaron Walters* (son of Aaron Walters of Plattsburg and Susan 
Roberts, his wife), b. Aug. 7, 1809, at Plattsburg; d. Dec. 27, 
1889, at Eden, Wis. She d. Sept. 4, 1858, at Eden, Wis. 

Child: 

i. Mary Elizabeth" Walters, b. Apr. 23, 1842, at Platts- 
burg; m. Chancey J. Briggs. 

memorandum. 

* Aaron Walters m. (1) Orpha Griswold by whom he had three 
children; m. (2) Rosanna Averill, by whom he had one dau.; m. (3) Mrs. 
Mary Newman, Nov. 18, 1859. 

Mary Elizabeth* Walters (Rosan?ia 7 Averill, Stephen 6 , Na- 
than 5 , Daniel*, Isaac 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. Apr. 23, 1842, at 
Plattsburg, N. Y., lives at Oelwein or Scott Township, Fayette 
Co., la. She m. Aug. 11, 1862, at Eden, Wis., Chancey Jasper 
Briggs. 

Child : 

i. Fred Walters 9 Briggs, b. Oct. 11, 1863, at Eden, Wis., 
lives at Oelwein. He m. there, Dec. 25, 1889, Anna May 
Lincoln. 

1490. George 7 Averill (Stephen 6 , Nathatf, Daniel\ Isaac 3 , 
William 2 , William 1 ), b. July 11, 1822, at Plattsburg, N. Y., was 
a farmer, and lived at Plattsburg, and moved to Eden, Wis. He 
m. Aug. 29, 1844, at West Chazy, N. Y., Alvira Marsh (dau. of 
Isaac Marsh of West Chazy, and Susan Robberts, his wife), b. 
Oct. 31, 1823, at West Chazy. She d. Oct. 19, 1890, at Spring 
Valley, Minn. He d. Dec. 29, 1886, at Eden, Wis. 

Children (all b. at Eden) : 

2730. i. Susan Elizabeth 5 , b. Dec. 28, 1846; m. Dwight L. Beagle. 

2731. ii. George Milo s , b. Feb. 21, 1848; d. Jan. 6, 1854. 

2732. iii. Charles Elam s , b. June 1, 1850; d. Jan. 8, 1851, at Eden. 

2733. iv. Ida Ann 8 , b. Dec. 11, 1852; m. Nov. 23, 1870, at Eden, 

Frank O. Gowdy. She d. Nov. 6, 1896, at Spring Valley, 
Minn.; had nine children. 

2734. v. Jackson Curtis', b. Nov. 21, 1855; d. Dec. 12, 1857, at 

Eden. 



762 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

273-". vi. Electa Maria", b. Aug. 4, 1857; m. (1) Nov. 25, 1880, at 

Preston, Minn., S. K. Hutchinson; m. (2) Mr. 

Wilder, has five children. 

27.36. vii. Caspar Stephen", b. May 4, 1860; m. Jessie V. Cleveland. 

1491. Edgar 7 Averill (Stephen*, Nathan 5 , Daniel*, Isaac 3 , 
William-, William 1 ), b. 1826, at Plattsburg, N. Y., was a well 
known hotel proprietor and lived at Plattsburg. He m. there in 
1847, Abbie M. Young (dau. of Christian Young), b. 1828, at 
Plattsburg; d. 1887, at Auburn, N. Y. He d. 1869, at Platts- 
burg. He was for many years identified with the history of 
that town. 

Children (all b. at Plattsburg) : 

2737. i. George Frederick', b. 1849; m. 1875, at Keesville, N. Y., 

Kittie Ames; has three children; lives at New York 
City. 

2738. ii. Charles Sidle", b. Aug. 11, 1855; m. Jennie E. Raeish. 

2739. iii. Luera A. s , b. 1856; m. John B. Gilmore, has three children, 

lives at Boston, Mass. 

2740. iv. Marian C.\ b. 1860; m. 1884, George Fred Gregory; has 

three children. 

1492. Veraneous Griswold 7 Averill (Stephen 5 , Nathan 5 , 
Daniel 4 , Isaac 3 , William-, William 1 ), b. June 7, 1829, at Platts- 
burg, N. Y., removed to Cleveland, Ohio, before 1853, and after- 
wards to Eden and Fond du Lac, Wis. He m. (1) Sept. 14, 
1847, at Plattsburg, Margaretta Dupy (dau. of Francis Dupy 
and Caroline Hardy, his wife), b. Apr. 9, 1832, at Plattsburg. 
She was a very good and beautiful woman, and much loved by 
all, especially by her father-in-law and her family. She d. May 
29, 1889, at Eden, Wis. He m. (2) Feb. 7, 1892, Elizabeth 
Treleven of Fond du Lac. He d. May 27, 1893, at Fond du Lac. 

Children (by first wife) : 

2741. i. Rosanna 5 , b. June 18, 1848, at Plattsburg; m. Edward W. 

Root. 
2712. ii. Sarah Jane\ b. Aug. 21, 1849, at Plattsburg; m. Oct. 13, 
1886, at Eden, Calvin L. Fletcher, now dec. 

2743. iii. Veraneous Griswold", b. Feb. 26, 1853, at Cleveland, 0. 

2744. iv. Alfred Charles 8 , b. Mar. 26, 1854, at Cleveland; m. (1) 

Zilla Abers; m. (2) Clara Hopkins. 



The Seventh Generation 763 

2745. v. Leonard Case 8 , b. June 23, 1857, at Fond du Lac; m. (1) 

Emma J. Smith; m. (2) Sophia Trummer; has six 
children, four sons and two daughters, by his second 
wife. 

2746. vi. Jasper Stephen 8 , b. June 3, 1868, at Eden; m. Laura 

Phillips, and removed to Alberta, Canada. He has three 
children. 

2747. vii. May Belle Margaret", b. Oct. 31, 1874, at Eden; m. Wes- 

ley Keys, at Fond du Lac, and has four children. They 
live at Empire, Wis. 

1494. Betsey A. 7 Averill (Chester", Daniel*, Daniel*, Isaac 3 , 
William-, William'), b. June 22, 1813, at Branford, Conn., was 
m. (1) Oct. 27, 1836, at Branford, by Timothy P. Gillett, to 
Shubael Tillotson of New Haven, Conn. (T. R.) ; she m. (2) Mr. 
Williams, and d. Feb. 25, 1900, at New Britain, Conn. 

Child (by 1st (?) husband) : 

i. s (?); m. Albert A. Fuller of New 

Britain, Conn. 

1496. John 7 Averill (David s , Daniel 5 , Daniel 4 , Isaa< z , Will- 
iam 2 , William 1 ), b. Mar. 22, 1814, at Branford, Conn., was a 
sea-captain and later an oyster dealer, and lived at Fair Haven 
and Branford, Conn. He m. Sept. 17, 1837, at Guilford, Conn., 
Almira Hemingway, (dau. of Stephen Hemingway of E. Haven, 
Conn., and Mary Andrews, his wife), b. Mar. 3, 1818, at E. 
Haven ; d. Jan. 20, 1899, at Fair Haven, Conn. He d. Jan. 5, 
1873, at Branford, aged 59 years. He and his sons were Re- 
publicans and all of them were or are, actively interested in 
politics. 

Children (all b. at Branford. T. R. lack Asahel and John 
P.): 

2748. i. George Marshall', b. Oct. 12, 1838; m. Harriette Bab- 

cock. 

2749. ii. Harriette Jeannette 8 , b. Sept. 27, 1840; lived at Bran- 

ford and Fair Haven, Conn. She m. July 1, 1860, at 
Branford, Lewis Frisbie, a brass moulder (son of Sam- 
uel Frisbie and Sally Tyler, his wife), b. July 1, 1834, 
at Branford. He d. Apr. 19, 1890, at Fair Haven. 

2750. iii. Roland Gelston 8 , b. May 3, 1843; m. Fanny M. Palmer. 

2751. iv. Asahel Thompson', b. May 27, 1849; m. Jennie Baker. 

2752. v. John "Frank" 8 , b. Sept. 19, 1852; m. Bessie M. Sheuman. 

2753. vi. Mary Elvira 8 , b. May 7, 1856; m. Adrian G. Ely. 



764 Averell, Averill, Avery Family 

1497. Mary Ann 7 Averill (David*, Daniel 5 , Daniel*, Isaac 3 , 
William 2 , William 1 ), b. Sept. 18, 1815, at Branford, Conn., lived 
at Branford. She m. Sept. 4, 1837, at Guilford, Conn., Jared 
Shepard (son of Jared Shepard and Martha Baldwin, his wife), 
b. Apr. 5, 1808, at Branford. He d. there Jan. 13, 1861. 

Child : 

i. Lewis F." Shepard, b. Oct. 7, 1839, at Branford, Conn., 
and still lives there (1900). He m. Jan. 29, 1873, at 
Branford, Grace Stedman. They have one child. 

1498. Daniel 7 Averill (David 6 , Daniel 5 , Daniel*, Isaac 3 , Will- 
iam 2 , William'), b. May, 1817, at Branford, Conn.; m. Jane 
Bradley. He d. Mar. 13, 1895, at Branford, aged 77 yrs. 10 mos. 

Children : 

2754. i. Charles Albert" ("Adelbert C." on T. R.) , b. May 26, 

1843, at Roxbury, Conn.; m. Estella M. Shepard. 

2755. ii. Sarah "La Verne" 8 , b. • , 184-; m. Jan. 16, 1878, 

Samuel Hodgkinson of Wallingford and lives in that 
town. 

1499. Edmund '"Morris" 7 Averill (David 6 , Daniel 5 , Dan- 
iel", Isaac 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. Oct. 2, 1820, at Branford, 
Conn.; m. Jan. 12, 1857, at Branford, Sarah Stone Redfield. 
He d. Oct. 19, 1868, at Branford. 

Children (all b. at Branford) : 

2756. i. Edmond Heath*, b. Oct. 7, 1857; d. Sept. 15, 1880, at 

Branford. 

2757. ii. Willis Morris 5 , b. Sept. 27, 1860; m. Oct. 20, 1887, at 

Branford, Rosa A. Baldwin. 

2758. iii. Mary Ann\ b. Mar. 25, 1865; m. Clifford Morse, lives at 

Wallingford, Conn. 

1503. David 7 Averill (Daniel 6 , Daniel 5 , Daniel*, Isaac 3 , Will- 
iam 2 , William'), b. 1833 or '34 (?), at Branford, Conn.; m. Feb. 
27, 1854, at Branford (T. R.), Eliza Charlotte Foote. He d. 
Apr. 27, 1887, aged 56 yrs. 6 mos. at Branford (T. R.) . 

Children (b. at Branford) : 

2759. i. Emily S.\ b. Mar. 13, 1855; m. Jan. 10, 1875, Henry Brad- 

ley of East Haven, Conn. 

2760. ii. Ai.onzo G. 8 , b. June 10, 1857; m. Mary A. Marshall. 



The Seventh Generation 765 

1505, William Hoadley 7 Averill (Daniel*, Daniel 5 , Daniel*, 
Isaac 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. July 10, 1821, at Branford, Conn., 
was a carpenter and lived at Branford. He m. Sept. 16, 1847, 
at New Haven, Conn., Julia A. Cooper (dau. of Samuel Cooper 
and Emily Linsley, his wife), b. Feb. 24, 1823, at North Haven, 
Conn. He d. Apr. 17, 1891, at Branford. Mr. Averill was a 
deaf mute, as the result of measles in his infancy. He was 
educated at the Hartford School for Deaf Mutes, and learned 
there the trade of cabinet maker. He was a member of the 
Episcopal Church, a good citizen and a staunch Republican. 
His wife was also a deaf mute as the result of scarlet fever at the 
age of three years and a half. She also was educated at the 
Hartford School, and is a member of the Episcopal Church. 

Children (all b. at Branford) : 

2761. i. Emma 5 , b. Sept. 11, 1848; lives at Branford. She m. 

there, Jan. 9, 1884, Jesse Bringhurst. 

2762. ii. Cornelia Abigail', b. Apr. 22, 1852; d. July 12, 1856, at 

Branford. 

2763. iii. Carrie Grace 8 , b. May 15, 1857; lived in New York City. 

She m. Feb. 4, 1883, at Baltimore, Md., Sidney Williams, 
and d. Sept. 28, 1885, at Hartford, Conn. 

2764. iv. Irene Cornelia 8 , b. Dec. 19, 1859; lives in Jersey City, 

N. J. She m. Aug. 30, 1890, at Branford, Conn., Dr. 
Albert J. Loomis of Jersey City (Branford T. R.). 

1506. Samuel 7 Averill (Daniel , Daniel 5 , Daniel*, Isaac 3 , 
William' 2 , William 1 ), b. July 12, 1824, at Branford, Conn.; m. 
May 9, 1843 (or May 28, 1845?), at Guilford, Conn., Myrta 
Ann Fowler (called "Murta Ann") of Branford, Conn. She was 
b. Mar. 14, 1824, at Guilford, and d. Sept. 28, 1877, at Branford, 
aged 53 yrs. Samuel Averill d. there Apr. 22, 1896. He lived 
in part of his father's double house on Montowese St., which 
became the inheritance of his son Henry Ward Averill. 

Children (all b. at Branford) : 

2765. i. Wallace Fowler\ b. Aug. 5, 1847, was a student and d. 

Feb. 5, 1865, at Branford. 

2766. ii. Henry Ward 8 , b. Feb. 21, 1851; m. Harriet Elizabeth 

Delano Gardner. 

2767. iii. Annette Elizabeth 8 , b. Aug. 22, 1854; m. Dec. 17, 1873, 

William Russell Foote of Branford. 



766 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 



1507. Irene 7 Averill (Daniel*, Daniel*, Daniel*, Isaac 3 , Will- 
iam 2 , William*), b. Jan. 12, 1828, at Branford, Conn., lives at 
New Haven, Conn. She m. Jan. 15, 1846, at Branford, Henry 
Palmer (son of Annie Palmer and Abigail Kimberly, his wife), 
b. Apr. 5, 1822, at Branford. They celebrated their golden 
wedding in 1896. with every child and all but two grandchildren 
present. 

Children (all b. at Branford) : 

i. Ralph Averill s Palmer, b. Dec. 1, 1846; m. Sarah A. 

Kinney, 
ii. Abbie s Palmer, b. Dec. 27, 1848; lives at Morris, Conn. 
She m. (1) June 3, 1868, at Branford, Franklin D. Had- 
ley; m. (2) Apr., 1889, at New Haven, Conn., Smith 
Granniss. She has one child by her first husband, 
iii. Marie Etta 8 Palmer, b. Aug. 6, 1851, lives at New Haven, 
Conn. She m. Sept. 23, 1869, at Branford, Charles W. 
Scranton. They have had six children ; the two young- 
est died at New Haven. 
iv. Helen s Palmer, b. Feb. 10, 1854, lives at New Haven. She 
m. Dec. 25, 1871, at Branford, Benjamin Francis Cook, 
who d. Aug. 1, 1886, at Memphis, Tenn. 
v. Emma Rebecca s Palmer, b. June 10, 1859, lives at Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. She m. May 12, 1881, at Fair Haven, Conn., 
William Ransom Hendrick. They have had four chil- 
dren, two of whom d. y. 

Ralph Averill* Palmer (Irene 1 Averill, Daniel 6 , Daniel 5 , 
Daniel', Isaac'-', William'-, William'), b. Dec. 1, 1846, at Bran- 
ford, Conn., has an orange grove in Braidentown, Fla., on the 
Maintee River, which is called the "Banner Grove of the South," 
when mentioned in Southern papers. He has lived at Meriden, 
Conn., and Braidentown, Fla. He m. Dec. 24, 1868, at Eliza- 
beth, N. J., Sarah A. Kinney. He is a member of the Conn. Soc, 
Sons of the Am. Rev., No. 868, admitted Jan. 28, 1894, when 
living at Meriden. He is recorded as the great-grandson of 
Daniel Averill of Kent, Conn. (1763-1842), who enlisted Apr. 
25, 1778, in Capt. Ebenezer Hill's Co., 7th Regt., Conn. Line, etc. 
(as appears under Daniel). 

Children: 

i. Harry" Palmer, b. 186- ; d. 1871, aged 6 mos. at Branford, 

Conn, 
ii. Guy b Palmer, b. 187-. 



The Seventh Generation 767 

iii. Charles" Palmer, b. 187-. 

iv. Emma 1 ' Palmer, b. 187-. 

v. Alice'' Palmer, b. 18 — . 

vi. William'" Palmer, b. 18 — . 

vii. Helen 1 ' Palmer, b. 18 — . 

1508. Frances Eliza 7 Averill (Samuel 6 , Daniel 7 ', Daniel*, 
Isaac 3 , William 2 , William'), b. Nov. 7, 1835, at Branford, Conn., 
is still living there. She m. Jan. 19, 1856, at Branford (T. R.) , 
Walter W. Danfurth (son of Thomas Danfurth and Mary Will- 
iams Butler, his wife), b. Apr. 4, 1835, at Rocky Hill, Conn. He 
d. July 23, 1886, at Branford. 

Children : 

i. Mary Jane" Danfurth, b. May 4, 1857, at Branford, is liv- 
ing at Branford, where she m. Mar. 10, 1850, Albert 
Baldwin. They have two children. 

ii. Lizzie Averill" Danfurth, b. May 8, 1860, at Rocky Hill; 
lives at Branford. 

iii. Samuel Blackstone" Danfurth, b. May 1, 1862, at Rocky 
Hill; d. there, Aug. 9, 1862. 

iv. Florence Bulkley" Danfurth, b. May 9, 1863, at Rocky 
Hill; d. Nov. 23, 1899, at Branford. 

v. Susan Robbins* Danfurth, b. Aug. 1, 1865, at Rocky Hill; 
lives at Forest Grove, Ore. She m. June 2, 1897, at 
Forest Grove, James Clayton Clark. 

vi. Thomas Lawrence" Danfurth, b. May 18, 1867, at Rocky 
Hill, lives at Branford. 

vii. Henry Tallman" Danfurth, b. July 21, 1869, at Branford, 
lives at Forest Grove, Ore. 

viii. Josephine Barnes" Danfurth, b. Oct. 3, 1871, at Bran- 
ford, lives at Middletown, Conn. She m. Dec. 20, 1893, 
at Branford, Ira Gilbert Hedges. They have one child. 

1509. Jane Maria 7 Averill (Samuel 6 , Daniel*, Daniel*, Isaac 3 , 
William 2 , William 1 ), b. Aug. 27, 1838, at Branford, Conn., lives 
at Forest Grove, Ore. She m. Oct. 18, or 19, 1869, at Branford 
(T. R), Alvin J. Smith, who d. 1888, at Forest Grove. 

Children (all b. at Branford) : 

i. Walter Williams" Smith, b. Nov. 16, 1873; lives at 

Branford. 
ii. Florence Virginia 8 Smith, b. Apr. 29, 1876; lives at 

Branford. 
iii. Reginald Standish s Smith, b. Aug. 26, 1878; lives at 

Branford. 



768 Averell, Averill, Avery Family 



1511. Hannah Tyler 7 Averill (William 6 , Daniel 5 , Daniel*, 
Isaac 3 , William-, William 1 ), b. Aug. 19, 1850, at Branford, Conn.; 
m. June 1, 1875, Henry Simpson of New Haven, Conn. (Bran- 
ford T.R.), b. Dec. 29, 1850, in New York. He d. Feb. 24, 1885, 
aged 35 yrs. She d. Sept. 18, 1879, aged 30 yrs. 

Child: 

i. Frederick Averill" Simpson, b. Aug. 24, 1876, at Fair 
Haven, Conn.; enlisted in the Navy, and was on the bat- 
tleship Iowa in the Spanish-American War. 

1517g. Nathaniel 7 Averill (Henry 6 , Nathaniel" ', Daniel*, 
Isaac 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. at Pulaski, Utica, or Amsterdam, 
N. Y. (?). He was m. and had children. 

Children : 

i. 
ii. 

1517h. Henry 7 Averill (Henry 6 , Nathaniel 5 , Daniel*, Isaac 3 , 
William 2 , William 1 ), b. Jan. 8, 1809, at Utica, N. Y. ; m. in 1836, 
at Belleville, Can., Esther Stapley. He may have lived a short 
time at Belleville, but he removed from Pulaski to Sheboygan, 
Wis., in September, 1847, and made his home there about two 
miles from Plymouth, where he had a farm. His brother Will- 
iam went there a year or two earlier, settling near the same 
place. He d. at the farm, Sept. 14, 1868. 
Children : 

2768. i. Mary Jane\ b. May 1, 1837, at Belleville, Can.; was m. 
at Plymouth, Nov., 1855, to R. L. Dawley. They lived 
at St. Charles, Minn., and had 8 children. She d. Apr. 
3, 1874. 
2768a. ii. Esther Emma 8 , b. - — , 1839, at Belleville; m. at 

Plymouth, Wright T. Peck. They live at Cascade, Wis., 
and have 4 children. 
2768b. iii. Rachel 8 , b. abt. 1841; d. y. 

2768c. iv. Elizabeth Phebe\ b. June 4, 1844, at Adams, Jefferson 

Co., N. Y.; m. at Plymouth, Wis., to Jonn H. Wiggin. 

They lived at Cascade and had 8 children. She d. there, 

Jan. 26, 1892. 

2768d. v. Lavina 8 , b. Sept. 13, 1845, at Adams; m. Rev. J. L. Mer- 

ritt. 
2768e. vi. Henry Stapley 8 , b. Mar. 20, 1847, at Adams; m. Effie 
Copley. 



The Seventh Generation 769 

2768f. vii. Amanda 8 , b. Mar., 1849, near Plymouth, Wis.; m. in 1886 
at Cascade, Wis., to Geo. W. Clark. They live at Cas- 
cade and have 1 child. 

2768g. viii. Clara 8 , b. May 16, 1851, at Plymouth; d. there in 1861. 

1517i. Nathan 7 Averill (Henry*, Nathaniel 5 , Daniel*, 
Isaac 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. at Utica (?), N. Y. ; m. (1) Tem- 
perance Jones; m. (2) Alice Bauen; m. (3) Rachell Campbell. 

He lived at Pulaski, N. Y., where he d. March, 1888. 
Children (by first wife) : 

2769. i. Susan 8 . 
2769a. ii. Charles 8 . 

(by second wife) : 
2769b. iii. William E. 8 

1517j. Amanda" Averill (Henry 6 , Nathaniel 5 , Da7iiel i , 
Isaac 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. at Pulaski (?), N. Y. ; m. Milo 
Abbott; lived at Pulaski, N. Y., where she d. at a date not given. 

Children : 

i. Henry 8 Abbott. 
ii. Charles 8 Abbott. 
iii. Ed. 8 Abbott. 

1517k. (Rev.) William 7 Averill (Henry 6 , Nathaniel/', Daniel*, 
Isaac 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), was b. in 1818, prob. at Pulaski, 
N. Y. He was a minister of the M. E. Church, and removed to 
Fox Lake, Wis. He m. (1) Maria Clough, who d. ; and m. (2) 
Dotha Tyler, It is said he was for over forty years a member 
of the M. E. Conference. He was a Republican in politics, "a 
monarch in his own house, and a man with great decision of 
character." He d. Dec. 29, 1897, at the age of 79. 
Children : 

2770. i. Achsah Maria 8 , b. in N. Y.; m. William Mayville; lived 
in Livingstone, Mont.; d. June 7, 1909. 

2770a. ii. Laura 8 , b. - — , ; m. Lew Bowers at Plymouth, 

Wis.; lives at Hart, Mich.; has a large family. 

2770b. iii. Helen Dotha 8 , b. - — , ; m. Frank Gardner at 

Randolph, Wis. Lives at Livingstone, Mont.; has 2 
children. 
2770c. iv. William Lawson 8 , b. Apr. 21, 1856; m. (1) Jennie B. 
Davis; m. (2) Ella Hemmingway. 



770 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

15171. Clarissa 7 Averill (Henry 6 , Nathaniel 5 , Daniel\ 
Isaac, William 2 , William'), b. at Pulaski (?), N. Y. ; m. Will- 
iam Gray. 

Children : 

i. Mary s Gray. 

ii. Martha" Gray, m. - - Williams; lives at Pulaski, 

N. Y. 
iii. Clara" Gray. 

1517m. Louise Jane 7 Averill (Henry 5 , Nathaniel*, Daniel 4 ', 
Isaac 3 , William', William 1 ), b. Oct, 1, 1822, at Pulaski, Oswego, 
N. Y. ; was m. May 27, 1847, at Pulaski, to Samuel Woodruff 
son of Wilb'am Woodruff of Herkimer County, N. Y., b. Mar. 1, 
1816, in Herkimer County. She was essentially a home-maker 
and is mentioned affectionately by her relatives. The family 
lived at Pulaski until 1866, when they removed to Wheaton, 111., 
living there until 1872. They then removed to Maywood, 111., 
where Mrs. Woodruff d., June 23, 1912. Mr. Woodruff d. there 
May 10, 1896. 
Children: 

i. Medoria s Woodruff, b. June 11, 1848, at Pulaski; m. at 
Maywood, 111., Feb. 5, 1880, Joseph Jennings; d. at 
Maywood, Mar. 25, 1909. They had 5 children : Joseph, 
Jr., Alice L., Emma May, Helen Esther, Harold W. 
ii. Charles Samuel s Woodruff, b. Nov. 5, 185-; unm.; d. 
Mar. 15, 1889, at Phillips Bar, Montana; buried at 
Maywood. 
iii. Frederick Douglass s Woodruff, b. Aug. 22, 1855, at Pu- 
laski; unm.; is in business in Chicago, 111. 
iv. Edith M. s Woodruff, b. Aug. 14, 1863, at Pulaski; m. at 
Maywood, Daniel B. Donaldson. They have 3 children: 
Clarence W., Hazel D., and Charles. 

1517n. Ephraim Meacham 7 Averill (Henry 6 , Nathaniel 5 , 
David 1 , Isaar, William-, William'), b. May 5, 1825, at Pulaski, 
N. Y. ; m. Apr. 17, 1845, at Oswego, N. Y., Amanda O. Babcock 
(dau. of Oliver Babcock, of Richland, and Elizabeth Ingalls, his 
wife), b. Sept. 25, 1826, at Sydney, Delaware Co., N. Y. ; d. 
Jan. 25, 1873, at Sandy Creek, N. Y. He is a farmer and lives 
at Richland, N. Y. His mother was Polly Harmon. He received 
his given names from his mother's side of the family. 



The Seventh Generation 771 

Children (all b. at Richland) : 

2771. i. Elizabeth (Libbie) H. 8 , b. Sept. 4, 1847; m. Albert Sheley. 
2771a. ii. Adelaid (Addie) F. 8 , b. Oct. 1, 1849; unm.; living at 

Richland. 
2771b. iii. Edgar Eugene", b. Nov. 2, 1851; m. Emma C. Magee. 
2771c. iv. William Henry", b. Oct. 23, 1853; m. Birdella Magee. 
2771d. v. Martha Jane s , b. May 30, 1856; m. E. H. Kenyon. 
2771e. vi. James Bradford 8 , b. June 8, 1862; m. Lula Ripsom. 

1519. John Franklin 7 Averill (William 6 , Isaac', Moses*, 
Isaac'-, William 2 , William 1 ), b. May 17, 1810; m. (1) Dec. 11, 
1839, Fanny Hutchings (his cousin) of Tully, Onondaga Co., 
N. Y., b. Mar. 10, 1818. She d. Oct. 15, 1840. He m. (2) 
Rachael Amanda Rowley of Nassau, N. Y., b. Sept. 29, 1819, d. 
after 1853. The date of his death has not been given. 
Children (by first wife) : 

2773. i. William Franklin 8 , b. Sept. 30, 1840; dec. 
(by second wife) : 

2774. ii. Richard Henry 8 , b. Apr. 30, 1845. 

2775. iii. Waterman E.\ b. May 29, 1847. 

2776. iv. Martha E. 8 , b. May 8, 1850; d. Sept. 12, 1852. 

2777. v. James Willis 8 , b. Sept. 15, 1853. 

1522. Mary 7 Averill (William'', Isaac"', Moses', Isaac*, Will- 
iam-, William 1 ), b. Oct. 25, 1818; m. July 1, 1840, Alexander 
Hamilton Williams of Nassau, N. Y., who d. Sept. 15, 1860. 
She d. Nov., 1860. 
Children : 

i. Mary Eliza" Williams, b. Apr. 26, 1841; d. Aug-. 22, 1862. 

ii. Martha Ann 8 Williams, b. Apr. 4, 1843; dec. 

iii. Hamilton Franklin 8 Williams, b. Dec. 3, 1844. 

iv. William Murray 8 Williams, b. Mar. 12, 1847. 

v. Miles Henry 8 Williams, b. Apr. 10, 1849. 

vi. Ada Maria 8 Williams, b. Aug. 2, 1851. 

vii. Edward Winfield 8 Williams, b. Apr. 17, 1853. 

viii. Havanna Elizabeth 8 Williams, b. Mar. 16, 1855. 

ix. Chester 8 Williams, b. , 18 — . 

x. Alexander 8 Williams, b. , 18 — . 

1533. Ruth Ann 7 Averill (James 6 , Isaac'', Moses*, Isaac"-, 
William 2 , William 1 ), b. Feb. 18, 1831, at Sand Lake, N. Y. ; m. 
there, Oct. 29, 1850, Philipp H. Howard (son of John Howard of 
England and Catherine Levings, his wife), b. Sept. 15, 1821, at 



772 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

Sand Lake. He d. there Apr. 2, 1900. Mrs. Howard is still a 

resident of Sand Lake. 

Children (all b. at Sand Lake) : 

i. Emma Frances 5 Howard, b. Aug. 1, 1852; lives at Sand 

Lake, 
ii. Carrie Averill' Howard, b. June 30, 1853; m. Oct. 13, 

1875, at Sand Lake, George S. Fowler. They live at 

Newark, N. J., and have 2 children, 
iii. Henry Leslie' Howard, b. May 20, 1855; lives at Troy, 

N. Y. He m. Nov. 28, 1887, at Phila., Penn., Susan A. 

Speir. They have 5 children, 
iv. Anna Fisher' Howard, b. Oct, 1, 1857; d. Jan. 20, 1868, 

at Sand Lake, 
v. Ruth' Howard, b. Nov. 3, 1859; m. June 27, 1890, John 

H. H. Fowler. They live at Fair Haven, Conn., and 

have 3 children, 
vi. Jefferson" Howard, b. Dec. 10, 1861; d. Jan. 1, 1862, at 

Sand Lake, 
vii. Horatio s Howard, b. Nov. 6, 1862; d. July 19, 1864, at 

Sand Lake, 
viii. Harris' Howard, b. Nov. 6, 1862; d. Sept, 1, 1865, at Sand 

Lake, 
ix. James Francis' Howard, b. Nov. 6, 1865; lives at Sand 

Lake. 

1534. Horatio Francis 7 Averill (James 6 , Isaac 5 , Moses*, 
Isaac", William 2 , William 1 ), b. Feb. 4, 1834, at Sand Lake, N. Y., 
was an eminent coimsellor-at-law in New York City, where he 
pursued his legal studies and was admitted to the bar, Feb., 
1855. He attended the Sand Lake Academy, studied law two 
years with Messrs. David L. Seymour and Judge Jeremiah 
Romeyn, prominent lawyers of Troy, N. Y., studying meanwhile 
with private tutors. In 1852 he went to New York City and 
entered the office of Messrs. Horace F. Clark and Charles A. 
Rapallo, the latter of whom was Judge of the Court of Appeals 
(1881). He was two years with them and then served for one 
year as managing clerk for Dennis McMahon, Esq. 

"He was only 21 years of age when admitted to the bar. In 
May. 1856, he became a partner with Messrs. E. & E. F. Brown, 
the firm name being Brown & Averill. This partnership was 
dissolved a year later and Mr. Averill formed a partnership 
with Judge Henry L. Hayner, who had been Chief Justice of 



The Seventh Generation 773 

Minnesota. This partnership lasted two years. He then con- 
tinued the practice of law himself until 1869. In the meantime 
he was admitted to practise in the Circuit and District Courts 
of the State, and to the Supreme Court of the United States at 
Washington. In 1866, the year succeeding the close of the Civil 
War, Mr. Averill formed a large company known as the Averill 
Coal and Oil Company, for the development of some 5,000 acres 
of coal and oil lands in the Great Kanawha River in Putnam Co., 
West Virginia. The late Henry J. Raymond, then editor of the 
New York Times, was one of the trustees of the Company ; the 
members of the well-known banking firm, Jerome Riggs & Co., 
were directors. Mr. Averill sold out his interest in this Company 
the same year. In 1869 he formed a law partnership with his 
brother, Mr. James Knox Averill, and a few months afterward, 
Mr. Thomas Allison joined the firm, which became well known 
as Averill, Allison and Averill. They did a tremendous law 
practice, having their offices first in the Gilsey Bldg., and later 
in the Equitable Insurance Bldg., where in 1870 they rented a 
large suite of rooms, which Mr. Averill occupied for many years. 
After 1872 he had no partner but it was stated in 1861 he had 
without doubt the largest practice of any lawyer in New York 

City the average number of his cases before the 

courts being three hundred a year. 

"Mr. Averill was an indefatigable worker, rarely leaving 
his office before 11 o'clock at night for five nights in the week. 
He owned a fine residence on East 76th St., and a valuable 
property of 500 acres on the borders of Sand Lake, ten miles 
east of Troy, on which there was a magnificent hotel called 'The 
Averill Park Hotel.' The Park was made a Post Office and named 
Averill Park, after the subject of this sketch. Mr. Averill was 
a Democrat in politics and interested himself in the politics of 
his ward, and the advancement of party interests, although he 
was not a politician. He was offered the nomination to high 
offices in the state and country but declined them all, on account 
of his profession." (The above extracts are from a biographical 
sketch in the New York Reporter, Sat., July 30, 1881.) 

Mr. Averill was m. in 1865, to Permelia M. Diefendorf, only 
child of Mr. Peter Diefendorf of Fort Plain, Montgomery Co., 



774 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 



N. Y. Mrs. Averill survives her husband who d. May 12, 1887, 
at New York City, aged 53 years. He was buried at Sand Lake, 
N. Y., near the summer home of the family. 
Child : 
2783. i. Horatio D. s , b. Sept. 5, 1868, at New York City. 

1536. Emily 7 Averill (James , Isaac 7 ', Moses*, Isaac*, Will- 
iam-, William 1 ), b. Mar. 12, 1838, at Wymantskill, N. Y., lived at 
Sand Lake and Spencertown, N. Y. She m. Oct. 16, 1867, at 
Sand Lake, Charles H. Niles (son of Sill Niles and Lovisa Olm- 
stead, his wife), b. May 20, 1832, at Spencertown. The com- 
piler of this genealogy acknowledges her indebtedness to Mrs. 
Niles for valuable data of her line. 

Child : 

i. Frank Averill* Niles, b. Oct. 26, 1868, at Sand Lake, 
N. Y. ; d. there May 12, 1884. 

1538. Oscar 7 Averill (Horace", Moses 5 , Moses*, Isaac 3 , Will- 
iam-, William'), b. Dec. 29, 1821, on his father's farm, north of 
Salina, Onondaga Co., N. Y., was a cooper, a stone mason, a 
farmer and an energetic pioneer. He lived at Onondaga, N. Y., 
at Plymouth and Redford, 1848-50, in Wayne Co., and in Ottawa 
Co., Mich., after the fall of 1851 or '56 (?). He was taken to 
Michigan after his father's death and brought up by his uncle, 
Dr. Isaac Averill, who was living at Plymouth in Wayne Co. 
He removed to the town of Chester, Ottawa Co., Mich., in 1851. 
He m. Sept. 29, 1842, at Plymouth, |Sarah Ann Smith of Grand 
Rapids, Mich., who was b. Feb. 5, 1825, and d. May 2, 1865, at 
Chester. He d. Jan. 11, 1901, at Harrisburg, near Ravenna, 
Mich., aged 83 years. 
Children : 

2784. i. Lyman H.\ b. Aug-. 2, 1843, at Plymouth, Mich., was a 

soldier in the Civil War. He d. 1865 in the Army. 

2785. ii. Horace S. s , b. Aug-. 22, 1846, at Plymouth, Mich., lives at 

Harrisburg 1 , Ottawa Co., Mich. He m. in Newago Co., 
Mich., Electa Harrison. They have three children. 

2786. iii. Adelia M.\ b. Dec. 2, 1849, at Plymouth; m. at Chester, 

Mich., Armenus Gilbert. They have eight or nine chil- 
dren. 

2787. iv. May Eleanor", b. Oct. 24, 1856, at Plymouth; lives at 

Harrisburg, Mich. She m. at Harrisburg, Alfred Fry- 
back. They have three children. 



The Seventh Generation 775 

2788. v. Frank Rollin", b. May 4, 1865, at Chester, is unra,; lives 

at Harrisburg. 

2789. vi. Fred B. s , b. May 4, 1865; d. May 16, 1865. 

1539. Maria Jane 7 Averill (Horace*, Moses*, Moses*, Isaac*, 
William-, William 1 ), b. Feb. 27, 1822, at Salina, N. Y., lived at 
Syracuse, N. Y. She m. Aug. 11, 1847, James Johnson of Syra- 
cuse. 

Children : 

Albert F. s Johnson. 
Francis A." Johnson. 
Louise May" Johnson. 

1540. Cynthia 7 Averill (Horace 6 , Moses 7 ', Moses*, Isaac*, 
William', William"), b. Oct., 1823, at Salina, N. Y., was taken to 
Bluffton, Ind., after the death of her father in 1827, and brought 
up by Edmund Lawrence, brother or cousin of Col. Eusebius 
Lawrence, her uncle. She lived at Salina, Canandaigua and 
Rochester, N. Y., and at Bluffton, Ind. She m. 1844, Thomas C. 
Burling, and d. 1899 or 1900, at Rochester, N. Y. 

Children : 

i. Elizabeth" Burling, b. - — , 18 — ; m. (2nd w.), Ad- 
miral William T. Sampson, 
ii. Grace" Burling. 
iii. Frances" Burling. 
iv. George W." Burling. 

Elizabeth Susan" Burling (Cynthia 7 Averill, Horace 6 , Mo- 
ses*, Moses*, Isaac", William-, William 1 ), b. , ; m. 

(2nd w.) 1882, Rear Admiral William Thomas Sampson, b. Feb. 
9, 1840, at Palmyra, N. Y. (son of James Sampson and Hannah 
Walker, his wife — both natives of the North of Ireland and of 
Scotch-Irish stock, but m. in this country) . Admiral Sampson's 
career is among the most interesting of those known in the 
United States, in its revelation of the possibilities which our 
country offers for the development of its citizens. He was the 
son of a poor man — an honest, persistent laborer — and of a 
mother who had great ambitions for her family of eight, and 
tried to give them an education. Her son William is said to have 
resembled her very strongly; he certainly did in his ambition, 



776 Averell, Averill, Avery Family 



for, when a little over 17, he was admitted to the Naval Academy 
at Annapolis. 

The following record and estimate of his great services con- 
sists of extracts taken from the extended and carefully prepared 
article in the Boston Evening Transcript of Wednesday, May 7, 
1902, which was issued the day after his death: "He entered 
the Naval Academy in September, 1857, and was graduated at 
the head of his class four years later. In July, 1862, he received 
a lieutenant's commission ; was promoted to the rank of lieu- 
tenant commander in July, 1866; became a commander in 
October, 1874; reached the rank of captain on March 26, 1889; 
became commodore 1898; and rear admiral 1899. 

He served during the Civil War as an officer in the Potomac 
flotilla, in the Gulf squadron, and in the monitor fleet at Charles- 
ton, S. C. He was among the survivors of the Patapsco when 
that vessel was blown up by a torpedo, and two-thirds of her 
men killed. His services in peace time comprised duty in the 
European squadrons twice, and in the home station, going in the 
Congress to Disco with relief stores for the party of Hall, the 
explorer. He was in charge of the Department of Physics and 
Chemistry at the Naval Academy from 1874 to 1878. His su- 
perior scientific attainments were also recognized in his last 
two years' service at the National Observatory, at Washington. 
He returned from service in Chinese waters in 1882, and was 
next on duty in charge of the torpedo station at Newport, R. I. 
In September. 1886, he was made superintendent of the Naval 
Academy at Annapolis. After four years' service in that im- 
portant post, he was placed in command of the San Francisco, 
and subsequently served as inspector of ordnance at the Wash- 
ington Navy Yard. In January, 1893, he was made chief of the 
Bureau of Ordnance. While in this service he ranked as an 
expert on ordnance and torpedoes ; and with Lieutenant Strauss 
he devised and perfected the superimposed turret system. In 
June, 1897, after having completed the usual four years' detail, 
he was placed in command of the battleship Iowa. He was 
president of the Board of Inquiry which investigated the terri- 
ble disaster to the Maine in Havana harbor, Feb. 15, 1898. 
Shortly after the declaration of war with Spain he was made 



The Seventh Generation 777 

acting Rear Admiral and succeeded Rear Admiral Sicard as 
commander of the North Atlantic fleet. In that capacity he 
served throughout the War. Under his command the fleet voy- 
aged to Porto Rico, and later bottled up the Spanish fleet in 
Santiago, whence after a long blockade Cervera came forth to 
his destruction, July 3, 1898. In September, 1898, he became 
one of the three commissioners to carry into effect the Spanish 
evacuation of Cuba under the terms of the treaty of Paris. Oct. 
14, 1899, he was appointed to command the Boston Navy Yard 
and held that post until September, 1901, when he was relieved 
at his own request. His health had been seriously impaired for 
some time, and he spent the time until his retirement for age, 
Feb. 9, 1902, in a vain attempt to regain it." 

One scarcely need say that time will but exalt the estimate 
of this noble citizen of our Republic ; who worked and thought 
and suffered for her for forty years in unselfish devotion. Ad- 
miral Sampson is said to have been especially attractive in his 
own home-life in which his relations were unusually happy. 
(He was m., first, in 1863, to Margaret Seton Aldrich of Pal- 
myra, N. Y. We give this first marriage because the dau. of his 
first wife m. a descendant of the Averills.) 
Children (by first marriage) : 

i. Margaret 9 Sampson; m. Lieutenant Commander Roy 
Campbell Smith, U.' S. N., son of Asst. Surgeon General 
Smith of Va. Confed. Army, and Maria Campbell, dau. 
of Robert Campbell and Helen Starkweather, who was 
the dau. of Samuel Starkweather and Marcia Averell 
(No. 755). 
ii. Kate 9 Sampson; m. Lieutenant Richard Harrison Jackson, 

U. S. N. 
iii. Hannah 9 Sampson; m. Lieutenant W. T. Cluverius, 

U. S. N. 
iv. Olive 9 Sampson; m. Lieutenant Henry H. Scott of the 
Coast Artillery. 

(by second marriage to Miss Burling, 1882) : 

v. Ralph 9 Sampson, b. at the Naval Academy, 1888 (?). 

vi. Harold 9 Sampson, b. , 1890 (?). 

vii. (A Son) 9 Sampson, b. , . 



778 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 



1543. Mary Jane 7 Averill {Samuel*, Moses* , Moses*, Isaac 3 , 
William", William'), b. Feb. 3, 1826, at Scriby, Onondaga Co., 
N. Y., lived at Onondaga Hill, N. Y. She m. Dec. 17, 1846, at 
Salina, N. Y., Rodolphus Look (son of Chapman Look and 
Silance Bond, his wife), b. Nov. 24, 1814, at Sullivan, N. Y. 
She d. Feb. 12, 1895, at Onondaga Hill. 

Children (all but Ella b. at Onondaga Hill) : 

i. Almond Rodolphus" Look, b. Oct. 9, 1847; d. Sept. 8, 1851, 

at Onondaga Hill, 
ii. Martha Jane" Look, b. Aug. 21, 1849; d. Sept. 3, 1851, at 

Onondaga Hill, 
iii. Ella Maria" Look, b. Nov. 6, 1851, at Syracuse, N. Y.; 

m. Charles M. Britton. 
iv. Frank Simeon 5 Look, b. Mar. 26, 1853; d. Aug. 5, 1856, 

at Onondaga Hill. 
v. Mary Ida" Look, b. Sept. 14, 1854; m. Dec. 19, 1872, at 
Onondaga Hill, James H. Partridge, and lives at Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. 
vi. William Mahlon" Look, b. Jan. 26, 1856; d. June 14, 

1856, at Onondaga Hill, 
vii. Floyd Alfred" Look, b. Dec. 20, 1858; d. Feb. 18, 1859, at 

Onondaga Hill. 
viii. Cora Belle" Look, b. Feb. 6, 1860; m. Rufus E. Smith. 

Ella Maria s Look (Man/ Averill, Samuel 8 , Moses*, Moses 4 , 
Isaac 3 , William-, William 1 ), b. Nov. 6, 1851, at Syracuse, N. Y., 
lives at Onondaga Hill, N. Y. She m. there, Dec. 24, 1874, 
Charles M. Britton. 
Children : 



i. 


Albert' Britton 


ii. 


Edith* Britton. 


iii. 


Anna'-' Britton. 



1544. William Brooks 7 Averill (Samuel", Moses*, Moses*, 
Isaac 3 , William 2 , William'), b. Jan. 20, 1828, in Onondaga County, 
N. Y., was a farmer and for ten years head sawyer in the mills 
on Muskegon River. He lived at Salina, N. Y., and at Redford, 
Chester, Muskegon, Casnovia Township and Harrisburg, Mich, 
lie m. Jan. 1, 1855, at Casnovia, Adeline Jannett Ferguson (dau. 
of Case Ferguson and Malinda Olmstead, his wife), b. July 2, 
1836, in Oneida County, N. Y. She d. Dec. 31, 1892, at Casnovia. 



2790. 


i. 


2791. 


ii. 


2792. 


iii. 


2793. 


iv. 


2794. 


v. 


2795. 


vi. 


2796. 


vii 



The Seventh Generation 779 

He d. Sept. 19, 1898, at Muskegon. Mr. Averill moved to Michi- 
gan through the influence of his cousin Oscar Averill, and being 
delighted with his life in that state induced his parents to join 
him. 

Children (all b. at Casnovia) : 

Leroy ("Roy")\ b. , 1857; d. 1862, at Casnovia. 

Thirza Jannett\ b. Oct. 18, 1859; lives at Grand Rapids. 
William", b. Aug. 13, 1862; d. 1863, at Casnovia. 
Martha Louisa*, b. Aug. 13, 1862; lives at Crowley, La. 

She m. Jan. 1, 1885, at Casnovia, James Kennedy. 
Millie Elizabeth", b. Nov. 27, 1866; m. Wm. J. Moorman. 
Emmet Dolph\ b. Aug. 27, 1873; lives at Chicago, 111. 
Emma Kate* ("Katie"), b. Mar. 10, 1878; m. Henry 

Falconer. 

' 1546. Eliza 7 Averill (Samuel'', Moses 7 ', Moses 1 , Ixaae\ Will- 
iam 2 , William 1 ), b. July 24, 1831, at Salina, N. Y., has lived in 
Orange County, N. Y. ; Chester, Iosco, Livingston County, and 
Casnovia, Mich.; and at Portersville, Cal. She m. Jan. 17, 1849, 
at Chester, John W. Hilton (son of Amos Hilton), b. June 8, 
1827, at Oswego County, N. Y. He is a farmer and stock grower. 
Children (all but the two youngest b. at Casnovia) : 

i. Ellen M. s Hilton, b. May 15, 1851; lives in Tulare Co., 
Cal. She m. there July 14, 1872, Thomas Payne John- 
son. They have four children, 
ii. Julia D. s Hilton, b. Nov. 30, 1852; m. (1) Byron P. 

Tasker; m. (2) James Montgomery, 
iii. Carrie A. s Hilton, b. Mar. 6, 1855; lives in Tulare Co., 
Cal. She m. Mar. 15, 1873, at Portersville, George E. 
Brown, 
iv. John Fremont" Hilton, b. Mar. 15, 1859; lives at Porters- 
ville, Cal. 
v. Delbert s Hilton, b. May 15, 1861; lives at Portersville, 

Cal. 
vi. Adella' Hilton, b. May 15, 1861; lives in Tulare Co., Cal. 
She m. July 18, 1882, in Tulare Co., Carl G. Graef ; they 
have four children, 
vii. Mary E. s Hilton, b. Feb. 16, 1868, in Cal.; lives at 
Tulare. She m. Apr. 20, 1892, in Tulare Co., Frank E. 
Woodley; they have three children, 
viii. Maud B." Hilton, b. Sept. 4, 1871, at Portersville; d. 
there Mar. 26, 1879. 



780 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

1547. Mahlon Bruce 7 Averill (Samuel 6 , Moses*, Moses 4 ", 
Isaac 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. Dec. 25, 1833, at Clay, Onondaga 
Co., N. Y. ; is a farmer and lives at Ravenna, and has lived at 
Casnovia, Mich. He m. (1) Dec. 1, 1857, at Chester, Mich., 
Margaret "Shunmel" (dau. of Jacob "Shunmel", really Shun- 
melfening, and Margaret Ann House, his wife), b. Jan. 20, 1842, 
in St. Lawrence County, N. Y. ; d. Oct. 28, 1881, at Ravenna, 
Mich. He m. (2) June 18, 1883, at Coopersville, Mich., Sarah A. 
(Rogers) Pierce (widow of Dewitt C. Pierce), b. Apr. 26, 1843, 
in New York ; d. at Ravenna, Feb. 9, 1902. 

Mr. Averill, at the age of sixteen, bought and paid for 80 
acres of land with the aid of his trusty axe. He has held most 
of the offices in the gift of a township, and is a devoted member 
of the Methodist Episcopal Church. He has a very retentive 
memory and a delightful appreciation of human nature and 
unusual descriptive powers for a man who has had little school- 
ing and made his own way. He is a man of generous and un- 
selfish nature. The compiler is greatly indebted to him for data 
of his branch of the family. 

Children : 

2797. i. Mary Jane 8 , b. July 1, 1859, at Casnovia; lives at Raven- 

na. She m. there, Sept. 15, 1878, George Mason Waller 
(only child of Horace Waller and Abigail Waller his 
wife and cousin), b. Oct, 3, 1851, in Morrow Co., O. He 
inherited his father's beautiful farm at Chester, Mich. 

2798. ii. Irvin Montrose 8 , b. Sept. 15, 1861, at Casnovia; d. there 

Sept. 19, 1862. 

2799. iii. Arthur 8 , b. Mar. 7, 1864, at Casnovia; d. Mar. 9, 1864. 

2800. iv. Flora Ada 8 , b. Nov. 23, 1865, at Casnovia; m. William 

Holmes. 

2801. v. Samuel Edward 8 , b. Jan. 8, 1869, at Ravenna; d. there, 

Feb. 23, 1873. 

2802. vi. Nettie Eliza 8 , b. Apr. 25, 1874, at Ravenna; d. there, 

Dec. 17, 1876. 

2803. vii. Wesley Wood 8 , b. May 1, 1876, at Ravenna; lives at Har- 

risburg P. O., Chester, Mich. 
2801. viii. Guy Terry 8 , b. July 14, 1878, at Ravenna; has lived in 
Mich, and Mont. 

1549" Elvira 7 Averill (Samuel 6 , Moses* , Moses 4 , Isaac 3 , 
William 2 , William'), b. Dec. 11, 1838, at Amboy, N. Y. ; lived at 
Chester, Mich. She m. Mar. 29, 1857, at Chester, David H. 
Waller, (son of William G. Waller and Martha Hollester, his 



The Seventh Generation 781 

wife), b. Nov. 22, 1835, at Palmyra, 0. She d. Oct. 20, 1898, at 
Chester. 

Children : 

i. Mary E. s Waller, b. Oct. 8, 1859, at Chester; lives at 

Ludington, Mich. She m. July 8, 1884, at Chester, John 

D. Hoogstraat. 
ii. George E. s Waller, b. Sept. 18, 1861, at Chester; d. there, 

Apr. 18, 1871. 
iii. (A Son) s Waller, b. Mar. 1, 1875, at Chester; d. there, 

Mar. 11, 1875. 

1550. Walter Smith 7 Averill (Samuel"', Moses 5 , Moses*, 
Isaac 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. Apr. 17, 1841, at Van Buren, 
N. Y. ; was a farmer and for three years a soldier in the Civil 
War, a member of the 14th Mich. Infantry. He was wounded 
at Perrysville, was discharged, came home and recovered. He 
m. (1) 1875 (?), Minerva Waller; he m. (2) Mar. 8, 1877, at 
Chester, Mich., Annabel Thatcher (dan. of Edwin Thatcher and 
Catherine S. Carpenter, his wife), b. Mar. 28, 1853, in Pennsyl- 
vania. He d. May 11, 1901, on his farm, called "The Homestead," 
at Chester, Mich. 

Children (all b. at Chester) (by first wife) : 

2805. i. Olive Minerva", b. Mar. 3, 1876; lives at Grand Rapids, 

Mich. She m., at Chester, John Harrison. 

(by second wife) : 

2806. ii. Ross Gay\ b. Dec. 4, 1878; is living at Chester. 

2807. iii. Judd Everett", b. Jan. 9, 1880; is living at Chester. 

2808. iv. Helen M. s , b. Apr. 14, 1884; is living at Chester. 

2809. v. Lee W. s , b. Dec. 12, 1887; is living at Chester. 

2810. vi. Edwin\ b. June 19, 1889; d. July 11, 1889. 

1555. Juliette Maria 7 Averill (Lyman*, Moses 7 ', Moses\ 

Isaac 3 , William-, William 1 ), b. May 4, 1825, near Salina, N. Y. ; 
taught school before marriage, and lived at Fairmount, N. Y. 
She m. Dec. 31, 1847, at Baldwinsville, N. Y., Guy Terry (son of 
Griswold Terry of Simsbury, Conn., and Geddes, N. Y., and 
Laura Woodford, his wife), b. July 12, 1823, at Geddes. She 
d. Oct. 30, 1896, at Fairmount, where she had lived from the 
time of her marriage. Mr. Terry d. Jan. 5, 1906, at Geddes. 



782 Averell, Averill, Avery Family 



Children (all b. at Fairmount) : 

i. Laura Elma' Terry, b. Dec. 24, 1848; m. Burritt Chaffee. 
ii. Grace Ellen' Terry, b. Nov. 7, 1850; m. Cyrus D. Avery, 
iii. Clara Lucelia 8 Terry, b. June 16, 1853; m. Philip S. 

Knapp. 
iv. Alice Adelia* Terry, b. May 29, 1856; m. Charles H. 

Parsons. 
v. Myra Lovisa s Terry, b. Dec. 26, 1860; d. June 28, 1863. 

1559. Adelia Letitia 7 Averill (Lyman 6 , Moses 5 , Moses*, 
Isaac-, William-, William'), b. Mar. 22, 1830, in Onondaga Co., 
N. Y. ; lived at Geddes and Albany, N. Y. She m. Jan. 16, 1850, 
Julius Westcott Smith (son of Stephen Westcott Smith and 
Elizabeth Newland, his wife) , b. Oct. 7, 1826, at Sempronius, 
N. Y. He was Superintendent of the salt works at Geddes. He 
d. Apr. 17, 1901, at Albany. 
Child : 

i. Anna Gertrude" Smith, b. Feb. 10, 1856. She lives at 
Albany, N. Y., where she m. May 23, 1883, Frank 
Egbert Wood. 

1563. Frances Celia 7 Averill {Lyman 6 , Moses r \ Moses 4 , 
Isaac 3 , William-, William'), b. June 16, 1836, at Baldwinsville, 
N. Y. ; lived at Syracuse, N. Y. ; Joliet, 111.; Webster Groves, 
Warrensburg, and (1873-87) Cape Girardean, Mo. She m. 
Dec. 23, 1857, at Fairmount, N. Y., Lucius Harrison Cheney 
(son of Lucius Augustus Cheney and Sarah Bicknell, his wife), 
1). Oct. 9, 1831, at Syracuse, N. Y. He was a school teacher in 
various places in New York State, and in 1869 removed to 
Missouri, and taught at St. Louis. He was afterwards Prin- 
cipal of the S. E. Missouri State Normal School at Cape Girar- 
dean. During the summer vacation of 1876, on July 14, while 
exploring with others an Indian mound at Rose Hill, Va., he 
was killed by the caving in of the excavation. At the time of 
his death his wife was also teaching in the Normal School at 
Cape Girardean, and she continued to teach there for many 
years. She d. Mar. 2, 1888, at Syracuse, N. Y. 
Children : 

i. Robert Carlysle s Cheney, b. Dec. 29, 1859, at Syracuse; 
d. at Joliet, 111., Aug;. 13, 1860. 



The Seventh Generation 783 

ii. Lyman Averill s Cheney, M. D., b. Jan. 26, 1861, at Joliet, 
111.; is unra. and has been a physician in active practice 
in New York City since 1889. The compiler of this 
genealogy is greatly indebted to him for records of his 
branch of the Averill family. 

iii. George Nelson" Cheney, b. Apr. 26, 1862, at Baldwins- 
ville; lives at Syracuse, N. Y. 

iv. Jerome Lucius* Cheney, b. June 18, 1863, at Baldwins- 
ville; was a school teacher and lived principally at Cape 
Girardean. He was living at Bonne Terre, Mo., when he 
d. as the result of an accident, Aug. 31, 1889. 

vi. Mary Ellen" Cheney, b. Dec. 3, 1866, at Baldwinsville; d. 
Nov. 5, 1874, at Cape Girardean. 

vii. Myra Elma s Cheney, b. Dec. 3, 1866, at Baldwinsville; d. 
Nov. 13, 1874, at Cape Girardean. 

viii. Clara Adelia" Cheney, b. Nov. 18, 1871, at Webster Grove, 
Mo.; d. Nov. 30, 1872, at Warrensburg, Mo. 

1567. Marian Hannah 7 Averill (Lyman 6 , Moses 7 ', Moses*, 
Isaac-, William-, William 1 ), b. May 19, 1846, at Geddes, N. Y. ; 
m. Sept. 8, 1869, at Fairmount, N. Y., William P. Goodelle (son 
of Aaron B. Goodelle and Eleanor Prevost, his wife), b. May 25, 
1838, at Tully, N. Y. She d. Apr. 9, 1901, at Syracuse, N. Y. 
Child (by adoption) : 

i. Una 5, Goodelle, m. Oct. 31, 1900, Guy F. Brown. They live 
at Syracuse, N. Y. 

1588. William Henry Harrison 7 Averill (Henry 6 , Philo 7 ', 
Moses 4 , Isaac 3 , William-, William 1 ), b. Sept. 18, 1843, in Mc- 
Donough County, 111.; lived at Lacomb, 111.; Albany, Ore. (1852) ; 
Brownsville, Summer Lake and Brandon, Ore. His present 
place of residence is Eastside, Corvallis, Benton Co., Ore. He 
was m. (1) June 2, 1867, at Sweet Home, Linn Co., Ore., to 
Mary Genett Moss (dau. of McGaguy ("Mac") Moss of Va. 

and Coyle, his wife), b. May 30, 1849, "crossing the 

plains." She d. Apr. 1, 1890, at Brandon, Coos Co., Ore. He 
m. (2) May 1, 1892, near Coquille, Ore., Martha Jane Robison 
(dau. of Samuel Louis and Lucina (Lamson) Robison of Bucks 
Co., Penn.), b. Dec. 31, 1860, in Cold County, Missouri. Mr. 
Averill is a Democrat; a member of the M. E. Church, South. 
The greater part of his life has been spent in the general mer- 



784 Averell, Averill, Avery Family 

chandise business. At one time he was County Commissioner for 
Curry County, Ore. 
Children : 

2831. i. Euphemia Ann 8 , b. Apr. 2, 1868, near Harrisburg, Ore.; 

m. Elbert Dyer. 

2832. ii. James Stephen Alexander', b. Jan. 24, 1871, near Browns- 

ville, Ore.; m. Mina J. Lawrence. 

2833. iii. Laurence Alice", b. Feb. 26, 1876, at Summer Lake, Ore.; 

m. Clarence E. Gilbert. 

2834. iv. Edgar Francis', b. Mar. 24, 1881, in Chet Co., Ore.; was 

grad. from the Willamette University of Salem, Ore., 
1905, with the degree of B. S., and from the College of 
Oratory of the same institution in the same year. He 
took up journalism, and at present is city editor of the 
Pendleton Daily Tribune. In politics he is a Democrat; 
in church affiliations a Southern Methodist. He was m. 
Oct. 2, 1907, at Pendleton, to Laura Ethel Coutts. 

2835. v. Henry Cleveland', b. May 9, 1884, at Flora's Creek, Curry 

Co., Ore.; m. 1907, at Ft. Canby, Wash., Laura Larson. 
Is in the U. S. Life Saving Service at Ft. Canby. 

2836. vi. Harrison Moss", b. May 9, 1884, twin to above Henry; lives 

at Brandon, Ore., where he is also in the U. S. Life 
Saving Service. 

2837. vii. Almira Henrietta', b. Feb. 20, 1887, at Brandon; m. Icil 

P. Smith, Sept. 17, 1906, at Albany, Ore. They live near 

Corvallis, Ore. 
William Samuel', b. Oct. 23, 1893, at Brandon. 
Warren Lamson', b. Mar. 9, 1897, at Brownsville, Ore. 
Luin O.', b. May 21, 1899, at Brownsville, Ore. 
Martha Lucina', b. Oct. 17, 1901, at Brownsville, Ore. 

1589. Alfred Alexander 7 Averill (Henry*, Philo 5 , Moses*, 
Isaac 3 , William' 1 , William 1 ), b. Sept. 1, 1845, in Mercer County, 
111.; m. July 11, 1876, in Linn County, Ore., Sarah Elles Belieu, 
dau. of John Belieu. Mr. Averill is living at Brownsville, Ore., 
and has kindly aided in gathering data for his branch. 

Children: 

2812. i. Charles Virgil', b. May 5, 1878, at Brownsville; m. Pearl 

Chamberlain. 

Leonora Henrietta 8 . 

(A Child)', d. y. 

(A Child)', d. y. 

(A Child)', d. y. 



2838. 


viii 


2839. 


ix. 


2840. 


X. 


2841. 


xi. 



2843. 


ii. 


284 1. 


iii 


2845. 


iv 


2846. 


v. 



The Seventh Generation 785 

1593. Henrietta 7 Willametta Averill (Henry 8 , Philo 5 , Mo- 
ses 4 , Isaac'-, William-, William'), b. July 19, 1853, in Linn County, 
Ore.; m. ( 1 ) Walter Lack ; m. (2) Jack Bently, and was living 
at Oakland, Cal. 

She had five children (names not known) : 

i. 

ii. 

iii. 

iv. 

v. 

1599. Sarah 7 J. R. Averill (Norman 6 , Philo 5 , Moses 4 , 
Isaac-, William', William 1 ), b. Oct. 18, 1849, in McDonough 
County, 111. ; m. Sept. 15, 1867, in Boon County, Iowa, Rev. John 
W. White, (son of Barney White), b. Nov. 30, 1843, in Clayton 
County, la. He was a minister of the Methodist Church of which 
she was a member. She d. July 31, 1897, near Albany, Mo. They 
had ten children. They lived near Lane, Kan. 

Children : 

i. William Wesley' White, b. Jan. 1, 1867, near Lane, Kan.; 

m. Mary Dunn; 2 children, 
ii. Walter Chancellor" White, b. Oct. 16, 1870; dec'd. 
iii. Estelle Jane' ; White, b. Aug. 21, 1872; d. Mar. 29, 1908. 
iv. Edgar Barney s White, b. May 29, 1874; d. Jan. 30, 1875. 
v. Charles Elsworth" White, b. Mar. 11, 1876. 
vi. Martha SUSAN 8 White, b. Jan. 29, 1878; m. (1) Albert 

Walters; m. (2) Geo. H. Rand, 
vii. Elmer Adelbert" White, b. Aug. 14, 1880; m. Frances E. 

Bryant. 
viii. Edward Monroe" White, b. June 16, 1883, is married, 
ix. John Wesley" White, b. Aug. 7, 1886. 
x. Mary Ada" White, b. Mar. 2, 1890; m. Roy Simpson. 

1600. Martha E. 7 Averill (Norman", Philo", Moses 1 , Isaac 3 , 
William-, William 1 ), b. Sept. 22, 1852, in Webster County, la.; m. 
Mar. 26, 1871, near Lane, Kan., Richard S. Hussey (son of Thos. 
J. Hussey of Paola, Kan., and Louisa Buson, his wife), b. Aug. 
28, 1852, in Lee County, la. They live near Lane. 

Children : 

i. Quincey Jane" Hussey, b. Jan. 12, 1872, near Lane; d. 
July 8, 1878, near Beagle, Kan. 



786 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 



ii. Martha L." Hussey, b. Aug. 25, 1873, near Osawatomie, 
Kan.; m. Feb. 1, 1894, at Paola, Luther B. White. 
They are living at Garnett, Kan., and have seven chil- 
dren. 

iii. Thomas J. 8 Hussey, b. Feb. 4, 1875, near Beagle; m. July 
29, 1903, at Cestos, Okla., Emma Smith. They are liv- 
ing at Cestos and have five children. 

iv. Mary" Hussey, b. Nov. 3, 1876; d. Nov. 16, 1876. 

v. Richard S." Hussey, b. Jan. 22, 1879, near Lane; m. May 
27, 1903, at Garnett, Iva Averill. They live at Penden- 
nis, Kan., and have three children. 

vi. Norman C. s Hussey, b. Feb. 17, 1881, at Lane; m. May 31, 
1905, near Osawatomie, Mattie Burns. They are living 
near Lane and have four children. 

vii. Jennie" Hussey, b. Apr. 24, 1883, at Lane; m. June 28, 
1905, at Garnett, Kan., Chas. Rupe. They live at Birch- 
tree, Mo., and have three children. 

viii. Avis Bell" Hussey, b. Jan. 31, 1885, at Lane; m. there, 
Apr. 8, 1908, Edward Borkes. They live at Lane. 

ix. Stella" Hussey, b. Oct. 11, 1886, at Lane; m. May 17, 
1909, at Garnett, Alonzo Crowl; they live near Lane 
and have one child. 

x. Bethel P." Hussey, b. Feb. 24, 1888, at Lane. 

xi. Walter" Hussey, b. May 1, 1891, at Lane; d. May 2, 1894. 

xii. Birdie" Hussey, b. Mar. 27, 1893, at Lane, is living at Bell 
Hospital, Rosedale, Kan., studying to be a nurse. 

1602. Bethel P. 7 Averill {Norman 6 , Philo 5 , Moses 4 , Isaac*, 
William-, William 1 ), b. Nov. 26, 1856, in Boon County, la., m. 
Aug. 15, 1877, at Paola, Kan., Mary E. Wells (dau. of Alexander 
H. Wells of Iowa and Diana A. Roberts, his wife), b. March 16, 
1858, in Franklin County, Kan. Mr. Averill is a farmer and 
sheep grower, and they live at Thurman, Idaho. 
Children (all b. at Lane, Kan.) : 

2847. i. Albert B.", b. Jan. 3, 1879; living at Boise, Idaho. 

2848. ii. Ollie M.\ b. Nov. 21, 1880; m. Jan. 25, 1900, at Paola, 

Kan., Justin Tuel; living at Thurman; has had six 
children, two are dec. 

2849. iii. Effie M.\ b. Nov. 2, 1882; m. Oct. 27, 1898, at Paola, 

Kan., Charlie Bone. They are living at Beagle, Kan., 

and have five children. 
Fred M.", b. June 12, 1885; living at Thurman. 
James W. h , b. Sept. 11, 1890; living at Thurman. 
Annie M. s , b. Nov. 27, 1892; living at Thurman. 
Charlie W.\ b. Feb. 16, 1895; living at Thurman. 



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The Seventh Generation 787 

1607. Ira Warren 7 Averill (Allen*, Philo 5 , Moses*, Isaac*, 
William 2 , William 1 ), b. Feb. 26, 1857, at Tennessee, McDonough 
Co., 111., is a coal miner and lives at Mystic, la. ; m. — 



Child : 

2854. i. Arthur Allen', b. July 11, 1878, at Colchester, 111.; m. 

D. P. Zingenfetter. 

1610. Stephen A. 7 Averill {Daniel*, Joseph?, Samuel*, Job 3 , 
Thomas 2 , William'), b. Nov. 28, 1804, at E. Machias, Me., was a 
lumberman, and lived at E. Machias, and on June 15, 1875, was 
at Northfield, Me. He m. at E. Machias, Relief Spencer (dau. 

of Daniel Spencer of "Merrie Machie", N. B., and Ruth , 

his wife). He d. Dec. 28, 1888, at Machias, aged 84 yrs. 

Reg. of Deeds, Wash. Co.; Vol. xvi, p. 520. John C. Jones of Boston, 
Mass., for $36.00 paid by Stephen Averil and Stephen Berry both of East 
Machias Co. Washington Me. sells them two lots of Meadow land in E. 
Machias, lot No. 5, and lot No. 10, as laid down upon the plan of the Pro- 
prietors of Machias. July 31, 1826. 

Vol. xviii, p. 250. John C. Jones of Boston, Mass for $491.00 pd by 
Stephen Averil of East Machias sells him land in East Machias bounded 
by Arthur D. Albee's land, near Hadley's Lake, and by land conveyed by 
Daniel Averil to sd Albee and by land conveyed by Daniel Averil to Elisha 
D. Chaloner. This land mortgaged to Stephen Jones 1817, conveyed to 
John C. Jones and released by Daniel Averill to said John C. Jones. 

Sept. 3, 1827. 
Children (15) : 

2855. i. Henry Augustus", b. Nov. 9, 1831, at Northfield, Me.; m. 

Mehitabel Burpey. 

2856. ii. WARREN 8 , b. , 1832, at Northfield; lived at Palause, 

Wash. He m. and had two children. 

2857. iii. Julia Ann*, b. Jan. 20, 1834; m. (1) Burton Rutherford; 

m. (2) Otis S. Foss. 

2858. iv. Lavinia s , b. — — , 183- ; m. George Ira Moore. She d. 

and he m. (2) Laura Holmes, and lives at Marshfield, 
Me. 

Cyrus*, b. , 18 — ; d. unm. 

Laura 5 , b. , 18 — ; m. Erastus Guptill. 

Mary 8 , b. , 18 — ; m. Peter S. Weaver. 

viii. Willard s , b. , 18 — ; unm., lived at Machias, Me.; 

he was a U. S. pensioner and his father was appd. his 
guardian at Machias Court of June 15, 1875. The 1st 
account as guardian rendered July, 1885, gave his pen- 
sion as $2,088.00. 



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2861. 


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2862. 


vii 



788 Aver ell, Averill, Avery Family 

2863. ix. Daniel', b. - — , 18 — ; d. unm. in Oregon, 1901 (?). 

2864. x. Lewis', b. — — , 18 — ; m. Adeline Davis. 

2865. xi. Ruth\ b. - — , 18 — ; unm.; d. of diphtheria. 

2866. xii. Frank", b. - — , 18 — ; m. Delia Follansbee. 

2867. xiii. Susie", b. - — , 18 — ; d. of diphtheria. 

2868. xiv. ROSCOE 8 , b. - — , 18 — ; d. of diphtheria. 

2869. xv. Clara", b. - — , 18 — ; d. of diphtheria. 

1611. Lois 7 Averill (Daniel 6 , Joseph 7 ', Samuel*, Job 3 , 
Thomas 2 , William 1 ), b. Apr. 27, 1807, at Machias, Me. (T. R., 
where she is called "Louis") ; lived at E. Machias and Wesley, 
Me., and at Minneapolis, Minn. She m. at Wesley, Leonard 
Day, and d. at Minneapolis. 

Children : 

i. Lorenzo" Day. 

ii. Emma" Day. 

iii. Lois Anna" Day. 

iv. Abbie" Day. 

v. John Wesley" Day. 

vi. Augustin" Day. 

vii. Harrison" Day. 

1612. Aaron" Averill (Daniel®, Joseph 5 , Samuel 4 , Job 3 , 
Thomas 2 , William'), b. June 21 (or Jan. 11), 1809, at Machias 
(T. R. where the name is illegible), Me., was a lumberman and 
lived at Crawford and Calais, Me. He m. 1833, at Machias, 
Ruth Hanscom (dau. of Nathan Hanscom and Susan Weston, 
his wife), b. 1815, at Machias; d. 1866, at Crawford. She 
was a descendant of one of the first settlers in the State of 
Maine, and wrote a history of the family, which is in the posses- 
sion of Warren S. Averill, her son. Mr. Aaron Averill d. Aug. 
12, 1897, at Calais. 

Children (all 1). at Crawford) : 

Horatio A.", b. Dec. 28, 1835; m. Maria S. Hanscome. 

Warren S.", b. 1838; m. Isabelle Blake. 

Roswell H.", b. 1810; d. 1857, at Crawford. 

Frank Soiioppe", b. 1844; m. Maria A. Wormwood. 

Abbie A.", b. 1845; lived at Wesley, Me. She m. 1870, at 
Wesley, George W. Blake and d. June 5, 1874, at Wesley. 
2875. vi. Charles H.", b. 1848; lives at Calais, Me. 
2S76. vii. Emma R.", b. 1850; m. (2nd w.) George W. Blake. 



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The Seventh Generation 789 

2877. viii. Josiah W.\ b. 1852; m. Minnie H. McGlaughlin. 

2878. ix. Mary A.\ b. 1856; m. Samuel M. Wormwood at Calais, 

Me., where they live. 

1613. Sarah 7 Averill (Daniel 6 , Joseph 5 , Samuel 1 , Job 3 , 
Thomas 2 , William'), b. June 25, 1811, at Machias (T. R.) , Me., 
lived at E. Machias, Wesley, and Whitneyville, Me. She m. at 
Wesley, William Day. 

Children : 

i. Rufus s Day. 

ii. Daniel* Day. 

iii. Lorin" Day. 

iv. Amanda' Day. 

v. Maxwell (or "Maxill")" Day. 

vi. Bernice" Day. 

1615. Adeline 7 Averill (Daniel 6 , Joseph*, Samuel*, Job", 
Thomas-, William"), b. Nov. 23, 1816, at E. Machias, Me., lived 
at E. Machias and Wesley, Me., and at Watab, Minn. She m. at 
Wesley, Reuben Gray. 

Children : 

i. Cynthia" Gray. 
ii. Henry" Gray. 
iii. Andrew" Gray. 
iv. Justice" Gray. 

1617. Lavinia 7 Averill (Daniel*, Joseph 5 , Samuel*, Job 3 , 
Thomas-, William'), b. Nov. 9, 1823, at E. Machias, Me., lived 
at E. Machias and Wesley, Me. She m. 1847, at Wesley, John 
Fox (son of John Fox of Waltham), b. 1815, at Waltham (prob. 
Me.) ; d. Dec. 4, 1883, at Wesley. She d. Oct. 4, 1878, at Wes- 
ley. 

Children (both b. at Wesley) : 

i. Abbie Mary" Fox, b. Mar. 22, 1848; m. Cyrus C. Rollins, 
ii. Nettie" Fox, b. June 25, 1863; m. Daniel G. Rollins. 

1618. Abigail 7 Averill, named Hannah Abigail (Daniel'', 
Joseph", Samuel*, Job% Thomas', William'), b. Nov. 8, 1829, at 
Cape Neddick, Me., has lived at Wesley and at Cape Neddick, 
Me. She m. Oct. 5, 1850, at Whitneyville, Me., Buckman Blake 
(son of George Blake of Wesley, Me., and of Conway, N. H., 
and Jane Foster, his wife), b. Mar. 27, 1829, at Cooper, Me. 



Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

Children (all b. at Wesley) : 

i. Frank" Blake, b. May 6, 1851; d. Sept. 19, 1872, at Wes- 
ley. 

ii. Edwin Oscar" Blake, b. Aug. 10, 1852; m. Ella Mowder. 

iii. Charles Buckman" Blake, b. Feb. 27, 1854; m. Nellie 
Smith. 

iv. Mary Olive" Blake, b. Feb. 12, 1857; d. Jan. 28, 1866, at 
Wesley. 

v. Daniel" Blake, b. Feb. 27, 1866; d. Mar. 23, 1866, at Wes- 
ley. 

vi. Henry Lewis" Blake, b. June 7, 1868; m. Lina Bryant. 

vii. Vina Fox" Blake, b. June 18, 1874; lives at Neihart, Mont. 
She m. July 17, 1898, at Wesley, Thomas Westgard. 

1620- Jeremiah 7 Averill {Joseph , Joseph*, Samuel*, Job*, 

Thomas' 2 , William 1 ), b. , 18 — ; lived at Machiasport and 

Cooper, Me. ; m. . 

Children : 

2879. i. Mary E.", was m. July 7, 1863, at E. Machias, Me. (T. R.), 

by J. A. Lowell, to J. H. Johnson. 

2880. ii. A Son", killed in the Civil War. 

1632. Eliza 7 Averill (Samuel , Joseph 5 , Samuel*, Job 3 , 
Thomas 2 , William'), b. July 4, 1819, at Machias, Me.; m. (1) 
George Meserve; m. (2) Alexander Oilman. She d. abt. 188-, 
at Jacksonville, Me., and was buried at Marshfield, Me. 

Children (by first husband) : 

i. Franklin" Meserve, d. in Cal. 

(by second husband) : 

ii. Wallace" Dilman. 

iii. Le Roy" Dilman, who d. at Marshfield, Me. 

1633. Lucy Jane 7 Averill (Samuel , Joseph 5 , Samuel 4 , Job 3 , 
Thomas 2 , William 1 ), b. May 12, 1822, at Machias, Me.; m. 
Francis T. Albee. She d. at Newark, N. J. 

Children : 

i. Orestus" Albee. 

ii. Armenius" Albee, of Newark, N. J. 

iii. A Son" Albee. 



The Seventh Generation 791 

1634. Alvin, named "John Alvan" Averill (Samuel 6 , Jo- 
seph 5 , Samuel*, Job 3 , Thomas' 2 , William 1 ), b. Oct. 7, 1825, at 
Marshfield, Me., lives at Northfield, Me. He is a farmer and was 
in the Civil War, Co. C, Maine Vol., Capt. Hutchinson, coast 
guards ; he was four yrs. in service, and a pensioner at Machias, 
Me. He m. May 28, 1848, Caroline A. Bowman (dau. of - 

Bowman and Lilias , his wife) , b. Apr. 29, 1831 ; d. 1894, 

at Machias. 

Children : 

2881. i. Thurston Fairfield", b. May 3, 1849, at Northfield; d. 

there, Mar. 4, 1864, of diphtheria. 

2882. ii. Lilias R. 5 , b. Apr. 8, 1851, at Northfield; d. there, Feb. 28, 

1864, of diphtheria. 

2883. iii. Henry E.\ b. Nov. 4, 1854, at Northfield; was a sailor, 

and was drowned at sea. 

2884. iv. Mary E. s , b. July 29, 1855; d. Mar. 1, 1864, at Northfield, 

of diphtheria. 

2885. v. Nellie E.\ b. May 8, 1857; d. Mar. 9, 1864, of diphtheria. 

2886. vi. George A. 8 , b. Nov. 23, 1863; is the Prop, of the Eden 

Cafe at Bar Harbor, Me. 

1637. Phebe Meserve 7 Averill (John*, Joseph 7 ', Samuel 4 -, 
Job", Thomas 2 , William'), b. Jan. 9, 1819, at E. Machias, Me., 
lived at Wesley, Me., Wendell, New Salem and Athol, Mass. 
She m. Aug. 5, 1838, at Wesley, Weare Dow Batchelder (son of 
David Batchelder and Mehitable Lang, his wife), b. May 5, 
1807, at Barnsted, N. H. He d. Sept. 6, 1886, at Athol, Mass. 
She d. Aug. 16, 1900, at New Salem, Mass. 
Children (all b. at Wesley) : 

i. Irene Bunker" Batchelder, b. July 18, 1839; lived at New 
Salem, Mass. She m. June 30, 1859, at Athol, Mass., 
Erasmus D. Andrews; they had six children. She d. 
Nov. 14, 1883, at New Salem, 
ii. Elbridge Austin* Batchelder, b. Oct. 31, 1840; lives at 
Madison, N. Y. He m. at Sangerfield, N. Y., Margarette 
Welch ; they have two children, 
iii. Deborah Mehitable' Batchelder, b. Oct. 5, 1845; m. 
Apr. 20, 1865, at Templeton, Mass., Warren Ellis; they 
have one child. 



792 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

1638. Mary Weeks 7 Averill (John 6 , Joseph 5 , Samuel*, Job 3 , 
Thomas 2 , William'), b. July 5, 1820, at E. Machias, Me., lived 
at E. Machias. She m. Mar. 7, 1841, at E. Machias, Charles 

Cox (son of Charles Cox and Mary or Polly < , his wife), 

b. Mar. 30, 1819, at Stewiacke, N. S.; d. Sept., 1896, at E. 
Machias. She d. there, Feb. 15, 1855. 

Children (ail b. at E. Machias) : 

i. Mary E. s Cox, b. June 30, 1842; is a teacher and lives at 

E. Machias. 
ii. Frances E." Cox, b. Nov. 22, 1844; d. Nov. 12, 1893, at E. 

Machias. 
iii. Charles L. s Cox, b. Sept. 3, 1847; lives at E. Machias. 

He m. 187-, at E. Machias, Harriet L. Moffatt; they 

have two children. 

1640. Sarah Graves 7 Averill (John", Joseph 7 ', Samuel*, Job 5 , 
Thomas 2 , William 1 ), b. Oct. 6, 1823, at E. Machias, Me., lived 
at Baring, Me. She m. 1847, at Wesley, Me., Samuel F. Hay- 
ward of Baring. She d. at Baring, Apr. 21, 1892 (E. Machias 
certified records give her death Feb. 8, 1855. — Ed.). 
Children : 

i. George Napoleon" Hayward. 
ii. Samuel Weare" Hayward. 
iii. Georgiana Fales" Hayward. 
iv. Josiah E. s Hayward. 
v. Charles Sumner" Hayward. 
vi. Henrietta" Hayward. 
And three others. 

1643. George Warren 7 Averill {John 6 , Joseph 7 ', Samuel 4 , 
Job . Thomas 2 , William'), b. Jan. 10, 1831, at Wesley, Me., was a 
blacksmith and machinist. He was educated at the E. Machias 
Academy ; was class leader in the M. E. Church many years. He 
removed to Minneapolis, Minn., abt. 1880. He m. 1855, at 
Wesley, Hannah Elizabeth Stanchfield (dau. of Ezra Stanch- 
field or "Stinchfiekr and Hannah Burbank, his wife), b. Apr. 
L6, 1X37, at Wesley; d. Sept. 3, 1900, at Seattle, Wash. He d. 
Oct., IS!).",, at Minneapolis. 



The Seventh Generation 793 

Children : 

2887. i. Arabella Seavey\ b. July 21, 1857, at Wesley; m. Hiram 

Alexis Libby. Had two daus. She is dec. 

2888. ii. George Clark 8 , b. Nov. 23, 1859, at Wesley; m. Bertha G. 

Travis, who d. Sept., 1901. He m. (2) Birdie Hollidge. 
He d. Sept. 5, 1908, of heart failure, in Minneapolis. He 
had 1 son by his 1st wife, and adopted a dau. He had 1 
son by his 2nd wife. 

2889. iii. Deborah Hannah', b. 1861, at Wesley; d. there, 1863. 

2890. iv. Julia Bacon', b. 1863, at Wesley, is a stenographer; has 

lived at Wesley and Milltown, Me., and Minneapolis and 
St. Paul, Minn. She was bap. (immersed) Mar. 12, 1911, 
and is now a mem. of the 4th Bap. Ch. of Minneapolis. 

2891. v. Abbie Johnson", b. 1865, at Milltown; m. Edwin A. Kim- 

ball, and resides in St. Paul. Has 2 sons. 

2892. vi. Charles Merritt\ b. 1868, at Milltown; d. June 8, 1888, 

at Minneapolis. 

2893. vii. Zilpah Irene", b. 1870, at Milltown; d. there, 1872. 

2894. viii. Jason Mariner", b. Nov. 19, 1875, at Milltown; m. Maude 

McKinney. Has 1 dau. 

2895. ix. Mary Eliza", b. 1878, at Milltown; m. Rexford Kenyon. 

2896. x. Johnnie", b. 1882, at Minneapolis; d. 1884. 



THE EIGHTH GENERATION. 

1701. Lorenzo C. s Averill {Charles 1 , William*, Stephen 5 , 
William 4 , William", William 2 , William 1 ), b. Jan. 21, 1818, at 
Buffalo, N. Y. ; was a farmer and lived in Cambria. He m. 
Caramiel Crosby, dau. of Samuel Crosby. They had one child. 

Child: 

3005. i. L. Charles", b. Sept. 23, 1857; m. Mary E. Weaver, Nov. 

20, 1878, at Cambria, N. Y. 

1707. Joseph Warren* Averell (Lewis 1 , Frederick*, Ste- 
phen 5 , William 4 , William", William 2 , William 1 ), b. Jan. 1, 1825, 
at Pomfret, Conn., lived in Pomfret and Boston, Mass. He m. 
Apr. 22, 1852, in Brimfield, Mass., Abigail Upham (dau. of 
Joshua Upham of Brimfield, Mass., and Anna Hayward, his 
wife), b. Oct. 3, 1826; d. Aug. 30, 1899. He d. July 31, 1890, 
at Somerville, Mass. 

Children : 

3006. i. Arthur Baxter", b. Oct. 4, 1854, at Brimfield; m. Apr. 

15, 1886, at Cambridge, Mass., Carrie Matilda Snow May 
(dau. of Isaac May and Caroline Snow, his wife), b. Dec. 
28, 1854. He is clerk in the Recorder's Office, Harvard 
Coll., and lives at Cambridge. 

3007. ii. Waldo Burlingame", b. Mar. 5, 1872, at Cambridge; clerk 

in railroad office, N. Y. C. R. R. ; has lived in Cambridge 
and Boston, Mass., Oldtown, Me., and lives now in Bellows 
Falls, Vt. ; married. 

1708. Rufus Burton s Averill (Lewis 1 , Frederick 6 , Stepheii*, 
William 4 , William", William' 2 , William'), b. Dec. 29, 1826, at 
Pomfret, Conn.; has lived at Pawtucket and Central Falls, R. I., 
and engaged in insurance, real estate and tea business. He m. 
Dec. 29, 1852, Eliza Rogers Jenks of Pawtucket (dau. of George 
Foster Jenks and Sally Benedict, his wife), b. Apr. 14, 1830, at 
Central Falls. He d. Nov. 9, 1907. 

Children (all b. at Central Falls) : 

3008. i. Edwin Rufus 9 , b. June 17, 1855. 

3009. ii. Ellen Jenks , b. June 30, 1863; d. July 23, 1864. 

3010. iii. George Albert 1 ', b. Sept. 13, 1868; d. Nov. 29, 1869. 



The Eighth Generation 795 

1709. Abigail Elizabeth" Averill (Lewis 7 , Frederick , Ste- 
phen*, William 4 , William 3 , William-, William 1 ), b. Jan. 14, 1829, 
at Pomfret, Conn.; m. (1) Sept. 13, 1854, at Pomfret, Clement 
D. Sharpe (son of Clement Sharpe and Sarah Sharpe, his wife), 
of Abington, Conn., b. Aug. 30, 1818. They lived at Pomfret, 
where he d. Apr. 8, 1858. She m. (2) Jan. 13, 1870, John 
Selkirk Dawson, a railroad contractor. He d. July 16, 1894; 
she d. May 25, 1889, at Putnam, Conn. 
Children (by first husband) : 

i. Ellen Sophia" Sharpe, b. Apr. 10, 1856; m. George 

Eaton Shaw, 
ii. Clement Dwight' Sharpe, b. Oct. 12, 1857; m. Cora F. 
Sharpe. 

Ellen Sophie 9 Sharpe (Abigail- Averill, Lewis 7 , Frederick*, 
Stephen*, William 4 , William 3 , William-, William'), b. Apr. 10, 
1856, in Abington Parish, town of Pomfret, Conn. ; lives at 
Putnam, Conn. She m. May 4, 1875, at Putnam, George Eaton 
Shaw (son of George Shaw of Thompson, Conn., and Abby 
Carpenter, his wife), b. Jan. 20, 1853, at Thompson, Conn. 
Child : 

i. Ruth Elizabeth 1 " Shaw, b. Mar. 10, 1876, at Putnam, 
Conn.; m. Oct. 18, 1899, Silas Mandeville Wheelock of 
Putnam; lives in Putnam. 
Children : 

i. Sylvia" Wheelock, b. Nov. 26, 1900. 

ii. Elizabeth" Wheelock, b. Oct. 27, 1902. 

iii. Sarah Taft" Wheelock, b. Aug. 31, 1905; d. Jan. 11, 1909. 

Clement Dwight Sharpe (Abigail 8 Averill, Lewis 7 , Freder- 
ick 6 , Stephen 1 , William 4 , William'-', William 2 , William'), b. Oct. 
12, 1857, at Abington Parish in Pomfret, Conn.; lives in Put- 
nam, Conn., and is Superintendent of Putnam Water Company. 
He m. June 23, 1880, Cora F. Sharpe (dau. of William H. Sharpe 
of Putnam, Conn., and Amy Cutler, his wife). 
Children (all b. at Putnam) : 

i. William Dwight 1 " Sharpe, b. Dec. 9, 1881. 

ii. Arthur Graydon 1 " Sharpe, b. Feb. 9, 1886. 

iii. Clarence Allan"' Sharpe, b. Sept. 1, 1888; d. Feb. 29, 

1891. 
iv. Karl Rupert 1 ' 1 Sharpe, b. Nov. 20, 1893; d. Nov. 25, 1893. 
v. Kenneth Cutler 10 Sharpe, b. Apr. 3, 1896. 



796 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

1711. Ann Waldo" Averell (Lewis 7 , Frederick'', Stephen*, 
William*, William", William-, William 1 ), b. May 1, 1833, at Pom- 
fret, Conn. ; m. Andrew H. Evans as his second wife. She d. in 
1892 at Putnam, Conn. Mr. Evans lived for a time with their 
daughter, Mrs. Charles Garretson, at Franklin Park, N. Y., and 
d. Jan. 15, 1906. The burial was at Brooklyn, Conn. 

Child : 

i. Martha Gertrude Evans, b. - - — , 185- (?); m. 
Charles B. Garretson of Franklin Park, N. Y., where 
they live. 

Mrs. Garretson and her father showed great interest 
in the Averell-Averill-Avery Gen., and the former kindly 
allowed a photograph to be taken from the portrait of 
Frederick Averell; while the latter loaned freely such 
Averell data as she had collected. — Ed. 

1712. Hannah Caroline 8 Averill (Lewis 7 , Frederick 6 , Ste- 
phen 5 , William 1 , William 3 , William-, William 1 ), b. Oct. 5, 1835, 
at Pomfret, Conn.; lived at Pomfret; m. there, Feb. 24, 1858, 
William Coe Collar of Roxbury, Mass., Principal of Roxbury 
Latin School. She d. Jan. 1, 1892, at Roxbury. 

Children : 

i. Alice Averill" Collar, b. Dec. 14, 1858, at Pomfret, Conn.; 

m. June 28, 1888, at Roxbury, Marshall W. Davis; they 

live at Roxbury. 
ii. Frederick William 1 ' Collar, b. Jan. 8, 1861; d. May 13, 

1861, at Roxbury. 
iii. William Henry" Collar, b. Sept. 23, 1863; d. Sept. 20, 

1867, at Roxbury. 
iv. Mildred Averill" Collar, b. Apr. 14, 1872, at Roxbury. 

She is a librarian in the Pratt Inst., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

She has m. 
v. Mary Sibley" Collar, b. Oct. 29, 1873, at Roxbury; m. 

Pinckney Holbrook, and has children, 
vi. Herbert Coe" Collar, b. June 30, 1875, at Roxbury; m. and 

has children. 

1713. Charles Henry s Averill (Lewis 7 , Frederick 6 , Ste- 
phen*, William', William 1 ', William', William 1 ), b. Mar. 25, 1838, 
at Pomfret, Conn.; lives at Hartland, 111.; m. Maria Louisa 
Elliott of Abington, Conn. He d. Jan. 11, 1911. 

Children: 

3011. i. Ida". 

3012. ii. Edward", b. - — , - — ; m. May Emily ; lives 

at Wisner, Neb., has a son Fred, and other children. 



The Eighth Generation 797 

3013. iii. Annie''. 

3014. iv. Charles 11 . 

3015. v. William'; m. and has children. 

3016. vi. Fred"; m. and has children. 

3017. vii. Grace". 

3018. viii. Maud 9 . 

3019. ix. Howard' 1 . 

3020. x. Mabel". 

1714. Mary Lucretia* Averill (Lewis', Frederick", Ste- 
phen 5 , William 4 , William'', William-, William 1 ), b. Nov. 17, 1842, 
at Pomfret, Conn.; m. Dec. 7, 1865, Thomas O. Elliott of 
Abington, Conn., who is the brother of her sister-in-law, Maria 
(Elliott) Averill. She d. Dec. 15 or 16, 1903. 
Children : 

i. Hannah" Elliott; m. Edward Peale, and lives in Abington, 

Conn, 
ii. Mary 9 Elliott, dec. 

iii. Robert' Elliott; m. and has children. 
iv. Joseph Hawley" Elliott. 

1715. Lewis Frederick s Averell {Lewis', Frederick*, Ste- 
phen"', William*, William 5 , William 1 , William'), b. Mar. 15, 1845, 
at Pomfret, Conn.; m. (1) Jan. 1, 1868, at Pomfret, Mary Ellen 
Tucker, dau. of Lucius and Sally (Phillips) Tucker. They were 
divorced and he m. (2) June 6, 1893, at Killingly, Conn., Delia 
Goodell Allen, dau. of Samuel Allen and Eliza Ingalls, his wife, 
of Pomfret (see Allen and Ingalls Gens.) . 

[In this family is found a legend of Royal Ancestry ; but it 
is not verified by our researches and was received undoubtedly 
from some of the Groton Averys. — Ed.] 

Children (all b. at Pomfret) (by first wife) : 

3021. i. Sarah", b. Mar. 10, 18G9; is a teacher in the public schools 

at Worcester, Mass. She was educated at Lyme, Conn., 
and Holyoke College, Mass., where she was president of 
her class. 

3022. ii. Warren Waldo", b. June 10, 1874; m. Bertha Blanche 

Smithies of Springfield, Mass. He has a son, Kenneth 
Waldo 1 ", b. June 9, 1901. 
Lewis Frederick", b. Jan. 1, 1876; d. Feb. 27, 1876. 
Walter Tucker", b. Aug. 31, 1878. 
Harold Phillips", b. Aug. 28, 1889; d. Oct. 23, 1895. 
(by second wife) : 

3026. vi. Annie Allen", b. Apr. 10, 1895. 

3027. vii. Lewis Allen 9 , b. Mar. 11, 1899. 



3023. 


iii. 


3024. 


iv. 


3025. 


V. 



798 Averell, Averill, Avery Family 



1716. (Rev.) James 01ney s Averill (Lewis 1 , Frederick*, 
Stephen 5 , William', William 3 , William-, William'), b. Feb. 6, 
1848, at Pomfret, Conn. ; lived at Rockaway, N. J., and m. Nov. 
24, 1880, Julia Amanda Phillipps. He was a clergyman. He d. 
Dec. 16, 1886, at Rockaway. His family lives at Flushing, L. I. 

Children : 

3028. i. Theodore Burlingame". 

3029. ii. Mary Halstead". 

1717. Olive Backus" Averill {Frederick', Frederick*, Ste- 
phen 5 , William", William-, William-, William 1 ), b. Jan. 31, 1837, 
at Pomfret, Conn.; lived at Pomfret and Putnam, Conn.; m. 
Oct. 28. 1863, at Pomfret, Charles Jerome Allton of Putnam 
(son of Daniel Allton of Thompson, Conn., and Nancy White, 
his wife), b. Feb. 5, 1835, at Thompson. She d. Feb. 23, 1901. 
He d. Sept. 30, 1901. 

Children (all b. at Putnam) : 

i. Elizabeth Chandler' Allton, b. Feb. 18, 1866; m. Dr. 

Francis M. Bennett of Spring-field, Mass. She d. Mar. 

3, 1906. 
ii. Helen White 9 Allton, b. Dec. 18, 1869; m. Oct. 31, 1894, 

at Putnam, Earl C. Bohanon. They lived at Putnam, 

and had two children. She d. Oct. 30, 1903. 
iii. Frederick Warren' 1 Allton, b. Nov. 1, 1872; d. Sept. 28, 

1875, at Putnam. 

1718. Albert Frederick" Averill (Frederick 1 , Frederick*, 
Stephen 5 , William', William", William-, William 1 ), b. July 18, 
1838, at Pomfret, Conn.; m. Jan. 8, 1867, at White Pigeon, 
Mich., Anna Regina DePuy (dan. of George Gearhart De Puy 
and Mary Ann Laird, his wife), b. July 31, 1841, at White 
Pigeon ; d. May 15, 1880, at Pomfret. Mr. Averill is a farmer 
and still lives at Pomfret. 

Children (both b. at Pomfret) : 

3030. i. Clara Laird 9 ,* b. Oct. 31, 1867; grad. of Miss Kimball's 

School, Worcester, Mass.; lives at Pomfret. 

3031. ii. Abilene Chandler", b. Sept. 13, 1869; also a grad. of 

Miss Kimball's School. 

MEMORANDUM. 

The compiler of this Gen. wishes to express her deep appreciation 
of the valuable assistance rendered her by Miss Clara L. Averill, in her 
collection of data relating to the descendants of Stephen Averell, her great- 
grandfather. 



The Eighth Generation 799 

1722. Mary Ann 8 Averill (Evander 7 , Josiah 6 , Stephen*, 
William 4 , William 3 , William"-, William 1 ), b. Nov. 22, 1818, at 
Springfield, N. Y. ; lived at Clinton, Mich.; m. June 18, 1839, 
at Elbridge, N. Y., by Rev. Mr. Pomproy, to William Aaron Hall 
(son of Aaron Hall of Greenville, N. Y.), b. 1809, at Greenville; 
d. 1868 at Clinton, Mich. She d. July 11, 1860, at Clinton. 

Children: 

i. Mary Frances" Hall, b. 1840, at Clinton, lived there; m. 
1871 Ambrose Hall. 

ii. Emma Bell 9 Hall, b. 1843, at Clinton; m. 1869, F. M. 
Clark; d. 1877, at Burlington, Kan. 

iii. Charlotte Augusta 9 Hall, b. 1846; m. 1894, in Kansas 
City, K. Waldron; lives at Jackson, Mich. 

iv. William E. !i Hall, b. 1849, at Clinton; m. 1877, at Bur- 
ling'ton, Kan., Candace Mussen. 

v. Gilbert A. 9 Hall, b. 1852, at Clinton. 

vi. George G. 9 Hall, b. 1854, at Clinton; m. 1876, at Burling- 
ton, B. Belle Willett. They lived in 1901 at Burling- 
ton, and have three children. He was Pres. of the Bur- 
lington Nat. Bank. 

1731. Mary s Averell* (James 7 , James'\ James 5 , William*, 
William 3 , William'-, William 1 ), b. July 28, 1815, at Cooperstown, 
N. Y. ; m. Apr., 1835, at Ogdensburg, N. Y., Thomas Loomis 
Knapp, b. Apr. 14, 1806, at New Berlin, N. Y. ; d. Sept. 6, 1850, 
at Pittsburg, Pa. She d. Sept. 21, 1899, at Ogdensburg. 

Children (all b. at Brownville, N. Y.) : 

i. Mary Averell 1 Knapp, b. — — , ; unm. 

ii. Joseph Moss 9 Knapp, b. - — , - — ; m. Sophia Day; 
living in New York City. 

iii. James George 9 Knapp, b. — — , ; m. at Ogdensburg, 

Annie de Villar Seymour. 

iv. Lydia 9 Knapp, b. - — , - — ; d. in infancy. 

v. Thomas 9 Knapp, b. — — , - — ; m. Emma Mass. 

vi. Emeline Eliza 9 Knapp, b. - — , ; m. at Ogdens- 
burg, Louis Hasbrook, and has four children. 

memorandum. 

* "Mrs. Knapp was an unusually well read woman as well as a 
woman of large heart and unbounded charities. She d. at the age of 82 
with faculties unimpaired. She and her mother were very handsome 
women in youth." 



800 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

1732. James George* Averell (James 7 , James 6 , James 5 , Will- 
iam', William 3 , William 2 , William'), b. Nov. 4, 1818, at Ogdens- 
burg, N. Y., was a leading and influential citizen of his native 
town in which his family held a high social position. Mr. 
Averell had travelled extensively and his house was a center for 
a large and interesting circle of friends and acquaintances to 
whom he was ever most hospitable. He m. (1) Sept. 23, 1846, 
at Peekskill, N. Y., Charlotte Hildebrad Seymour (dau. of Isaac 
Seymour of Peekskill, N. Y., and Sarah H. Scott, his wife), b. 
Feb. 25, 1829, at Ogdensburg; d. there Mar. 20, 1862. He m. 
(2) Sept. 5, 1864, Harriet Gilbert of Ogdensburg (dau. of Syl- 
vester Gilbert and Nancy A. Seymour, his wife), b. Sept. 23, 
1824. Mr. Averell d. Aug. 11, 1895, at Ogdensburg. 

Children (all b. at Ogdensburg) (by his first wife) : 
James 9 , b. June 30, 1847. 

Isaac Seymour 8 , b. June 21, 1850; m. Emily Sibley. 
Harriet Seymour 9 , b. Aug. 18, 1852; m. George C. Clark. 
William John 9 , b. Aug. 23, 1860; d. Mar. 20, 1862, at 
Ogdensburg. 

(by his second wife) : 

3036. v. Sylvester Gilbert", b. Apr. 27, 1869. 

1733. William John" Averell {James' , James*', James 5 , Will- 
iam', William 3 , William 2 , William'), b. Nov. 23, 1821, at Ogdens- 
burg, N. Y. ; m. (1) , 1848, at New York 

City, Mary Laurence Williamson (dau. of Capt. Jonathan Day- 
ton Williamson of the U. S. Navy and Sarah Shute, his wife) , 
b. Feb. 22, 1829, at Elizabeth, N. J. She d. June 1, 1876, at 
Ogdensburg. He m. (2) Sept. 29, 1880, Mary Perkins (dau. of 
William Hanford Perkins of Rochester, N. Y., and Sarah Olivia 
Dewey, his wife. See Dewey Gen.), b. Jan. 27, 1849. Mr. 
Averell was a banker and a farmer, a man of large means and 
cultivation, and had travelled extensively both in America and 
Europe. He d. Feb. 28, 1897, at Ogdensburg. 

Children (by first wife) : 

3037. i. William Holt, 2nd 9 , b. Aug. 1, 1849; m. Mary Blossom 

Buell. 



3032. 


l. 


3033. 


ii. 


3034. 


iii. 


3035. 


iv. 



The Eighth Generation 801 

3038. ii. Mary Williamson' 1 , b. July 23, 1851; m. E. Henry Harri- 

man. 

3039. iii. Fanny 1 ', b. , - — ; d. in infancy. 

(by second wife) : 

3040. iv. Chester Dewey", b. Nov. 30, 1882. 

1734. Jane Russell* Averell (William 7 , James*, James 5 , Will- 
iam 4 , William 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), was b. Sept. 29, 1833, at 
Cooperstown, N. Y. She was the only and beloved child of her 
parents and deeply interested in the family history, as was her 
father before her. She was m. Oct. 8, 1857, to William Lawson 
Carter. He was b. Mar. 24, 1828, at New Rochelle, N. Y. He 
was a lawyer of prominence, and son of the Rev. Lawson Car- 
ter,* Rector for many years of Trinity Church, New Rochelle, 
and of Grace Church, Cleveland, O. ; and a lineal descendant of 
Rev. Thomas Carter of Woburn, Mass., 1635. 

Mr. Carter died March 30, 1869, at Cleveland, O.; and she 
d. at the old homestead — which she had inherited, and in which 
she had lived some years — Jan. 31, 1888. 

Children of William Lawson and Jane Russell (Averell) 

Carter (all b. at Cleveland) : 

i. William Averell" Carter, b. Aug. 2, 1858; d. in 1865. 

ii. Jane Russell 9 Carter, b. Dec. 23, 1860; m. in 1878, at 
Cooperstown, N. Y., to Rev. Philip A. H. Brown. They 
are living at New York City, and have 8 children. 

iii. Mary Gale 9 Carter, b. Aug. 8, 1862; was m. in 1886, at 
Cooperstown, to George I. Clarke. They live at Coopers- 
town, and have 4 children. 

iv. Anna Grace 9 Carter, b. Aug. 13, 1864; unm.; is living 
at Cooperstown. 

v. Marcia Holt 9 Carter, b. Dec. 7, 1866; d. unm. in May, 
1880. 

vi. Lawson Averell 9 Carter, b. June 11, 1869; is an attorney 
of prominence in New York City. He inherited and 
retains as a summer home the noted Averell homestead 
at Cooperstown, N. Y., which has been continuously in 
the ownership of James Averell, Jr. and his lineal de- 
scendants, since it was purchased and built in 1793 by 
the said James Averell, Jr., — a period of 119 years to 
this date (1912). The title to this property was con- 
veyed by deed from William Cooper, the founder of 
Cooperstown, to James Averell, Jr., under date of Jan. 
18, 1793. 



802 Averell, Averill, Avery Family 

The compiler is greatly indebted to Mr. Carter for 
copies of the valuable records of the Cooperstown branch 
of Averells which are in his possession. 

Mr. Lawson Averell Carter was m. (1), in 1895, at 
Hartford, Conn., to Helen Lispenard Webb, who d. in 
1896. He was m. (2), in 1902, at New York City, to 
Maura McMurray. He has had three children: — one 
child (dec.) by the first marriage; and two by the sec- 
ond marriage. 

MEMORANDA. 

Rev. Lawson Carter m. Mary Ann Stetnback Gale, who was the 
granddaughter of Anthony Steenback, builder of the City Hall of New 
York City. Rev. Thomas Carter, the ancestor mentioned above, came to 
America in 1635 on the ship Planter, and was for many years pastor of the 
church in Woburn. He was a graduate of St. John College, Cambridge 
University, England. The line of descent to this generation is as follows: 

1. Rev. Thomas Carter, b. 1610; m. Mary Walton. 

2. Timothy Carter, b. June 12, 1653; m. Anna Fisk, 1680. 

3. Benjamin Carter, b. Nov. 18, 1704; m. Sarah Stone. 

4. Timothy Carter, b. Dec. 1, 1738; m. Sarah Walker. 

5. Timothy Carter, b. Nov. 27, 1768; m. Francis Freeland. 

6. Rev. Lawson Carter, b. Nov. 29, 1793; mentioned above. 

1745. Jane Webb 8 Averell (Horatio( b ) 7 , James 6 , James 5 , 
William 4 , William 3 , William-, William'), b. Apr. 28, 1824, at 
Cooperstown, N. Y., has lived at Cooperstown, Little Falls, Troy, 
N. Y., and in various U. S. Arsenals, as army life has made 
necessary. She m. Oct. 2. 1848, at Calvary Church, New York, 
Col. Theodore T. S. Laidley, Ordnance Corps U. S. Army (son 
of John Laidley of Guyandotte, W. Va., and Mary Hite, his 
wife) , b. Apr. 14, 1822, at Guyandotte. Theodore T. S. Laidley 
grad. at West Point, July 1, 1842, number six in his class, and 
was appointed to the Ordnance Corps, in which he served in all 
the different grades to Senior Colonel of the Corps, when, after 
forty years' service, he retired, Dec. 9, 1882. He d. Apr. 4, 1886, 
at Palatka, Fla. Mrs. Laidley retains the old home. at Coopers- 
town, in which she spends part of every year. 
Child: 

i. Jane Averell" Laidley, b. June 28, 1849, in New York 
City; m. there Oct. 2, 1871, Rev. Henry Harrison 
Oberly. They live at Elizabeth, N. Y., and have no 
children. 



The Eighth Generation 803 

1747. William Holland" Averell {John Hedge' 1 , Benjamin 6 , 
James\ William*, William'', William-, William'), b. Aug. 28, 
1822, at Wilmington, Vt. He was a shoemaker and lived at 
Conway, Mass. He was in the Civil War, 37th Mass. Reg., Co. 
H. He m. Nov. 12, 1846, at Stamford, Vt., Philena Percis 
KimbalP (dau. of William Kimball and Philena Harris, his 
wife), b. Apr. 21, 1821, at Londonderry, Vt. ; d. Oct. 17, 1887, 
at Gill, Mass. He d. Jan. 10, 1865, at Petersburg, Va., while in 
service. 

Children : 

3051. i. Benjamin Holland", b. Jan. 17, 1849; m. Caroline Kent 

Gilbert. 

3052. ii. Charles Henry'', b. July 31, 1853, at Conway, Mass. 

MEMORANDA. 

* Philena Percis Kimball m. (2) Lauriston F. Washburn of Williams- 
burg, Mass., Oct. 31, 1867; and m. (3) Albert E. Dean of Gill, Mass., Sept. 

30, 1883. 

1748. Rhoda H. * Averell (John Hedge 7 , Benjamin", Ja.mes 7 ', 
William^ William", William", William 1 ), b. Oct. 22, 1823, at 
Wilmington, Vt. ; m. Sept., 1845, at Pownal, Vt., George Jones, 
who d. several years ago. She d. Jan. 13, 1866, in California. 

Children : 

i. George Holland" Jones, b. at Little Falls, N. Y. 
ii. Charles Alonzo 9 Jones, b. at Albany, N. Y. 

1749. George Washington* Averell (John Hedge 7 , Benja- 
min 6 , James 5 , William*, William'-, William-, William'), b. Jan. 

31, 1825; m. Sept, 5, 1847, Anna G. Morehead ; lives at Wil- 
mington, Vt. Mr. Averell takes great interest in his family his- 
tory and remembers many facts and legends heard from his 
parents and relatives. 

Child: 

3053. i. George W.", b. - — , 18—; m. F. E. Gurney of No 

Adams, Mass.; they live at Conway, Mass. 

1750. Philetus* Averell (Joint Hedge 7 , Benjamin", James*, 
William 4 , William", William-, William'), b. Aug. 4, 1826, at Wil- 
mington, Vt. He was a carpenter and builder and lived at 
Wilmington, Vt., Hatfield, Mass., and Winstead, Conn. He m. 



804 Aver ell, Ave rill, Avery Family 

(1) Sept. 5, 1847, at Conway, Mass., Harriet Densmore (dau. of 
Thomas Densmore of Conway, and Sally Wait, his wife), b. Feb. 
9, 1827, at Hatfield, Mass.; d. Mar. 11, 1864, of consumption, at 
Hadley, Mass. He m. (2) Emma Augusty Joy (dau. of Gridley 
Joy and Sarah Mason, his wife), b. Dec. 24, 1838, at Hardwick, 
Vt. ; d. Feb. 27, 1902, at Hartford, Conn. He d. Oct. 31, 1898, 
at Winsted. 
Children : 

3054. i. Hattie M. 9 , b. June 21, 1861, at Hatfield; d. Oct. 23, 1863, 

at Hadley. 

3055. ii. Mary Jane 9 , b. , , at Conway; m. Frank Bly 

of N. Adams, and lived at Northampton, Mass. 

3056. iii. Henry Herbert", b. June 30, 1866; m. Minnie Lascar. 

3057. iv. Edward Everett 9 , b. Sept. 26, 1869, at Amherst, Mass.; d. 

unm. at Hatfield, Mass. 

3058. v. Carrie Emma 9 , b. Feb. 10, 1871, at Hatfield; m. Sept. 4, 

1895, at Wilmington, Vt., Elbie Pike; lives at Wilming- 
ton, has one child. 

3059. vi. Minnie Bell 9 , b. Apr. 15, 1873, at N. Adams, Mass. 

3060. vii. Fred Arthur 9 , b. Oct. 24, 1874, at N. Adams, Mass. 

3061. viii. Maud Lizzie 9 , b. Sept. 28, 1876; m. Fred M. Waite. 

3062. ix. Eva May 9 , b. Mar. 22, 1878, at Wilmington; lives at Hart- 

ford, Conn. 

3063. x. Gertrude Blanche 9 , b. July 9, 1885, at Wilmington; lives 

at Hartford. 

1752. Lovina Hedge* Averell {John Hedge 1 , Benjamin*, 
James n , William 4 , William 3 , William' 2 , William 1 ), b. Apr. 17, 
1829; m. (1) Mar. 15, 1846, David Curtis; m. (2) Nov. 22, 
1860, at Hadley, Mass., John Baggs of Hatfield, a farmer, b. at 
Ludlow, Mass. She d. Mar. 15, 1863, at Hatfield. 
Children (by first husband) : 

i. Emma 9 Curtis, b. , 18 — ; m. Albert Marsh of Hat- 
field; d. at Hatfield, Mass. 

ii. Edgar 9 Curtis, b. , 18 — ; enlisted as gunner in the 

British Army, Battalion Royal Artillery (?), over fif- 
teen years ago (abt. 1885) under an assumed name, that 
of Joseph Coburn, 2nd. He was at Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

1754. Augusta Frances" Averell (John Hedge 7 , Benjamin 6 , 
James' 1 , William 4 , William 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. Apr. 1, 1834, 
at Wilmington, Vt. She lived at Fabius, N. Y., and, after 1869, 
at Little Falls, N. Y. She m. Mar. 10, 1855, at Halifax, Vt., 



The Eighth Generation 805 

Frank Bramer (son of David Bramer and Electa Rice Snow, his 
wife, a desc. of Nicholas Snow and Constance Hopkins of 
Plymouth, Mass.), b. May 23, 1834, at Cazenovia, N. Y. He was 
an inventor, and d. Dec. 17, 1883, in New York City. She d. 
Mar. 31, 1899, at Little Falls. 
Child: 

i. Nellie 9 Bramer, b. July 12, 1863, at Fabius, N. Y.; m. 
Jan. 12, 1887, at Little Falls, N. Y., Rollin Hurlbut 
Smith; lives at Little Falls. 

1756. John Alonzo" Averell (John Hedge 7 , Benjamin 6 , 
James* , William*, William" 1 , William' 2 , William 1 ), b. Aug. 23, 
1836, at Wilmington, Vt. He is a farmer and lives at Ware, 
Mass. He m. Nov. 22, 1860, at Hadley, Mass., Mary Adelia 

Ingram (dau. of Robert Ingram and Mary — , his wife), 

b. Apr. 14, 1843, at N. Amherst, Mass. 

Children : 

3064. i. Frank Alonzo", b. Jan. 21, 1863; m. Emily Jane Craig. 

3065. ii. Edward Robert' 1 , b. July 13, 1865, at Fabius, N. Y.; d. 

there Dee. 16, 1867. 

3066. iii. Charles Edward 9 , b. May 2, 1869, at Little Falls, N. Y.; 

living at Ware, Mass. 

1759. Phebe Jane 8 Averell (Stephen 1 , Benjamin 1 '', James 5 , 
William", William 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. Apr. 8, 1838, at 
Wilmington, Vt. ; lived at Wilmington and Brattleboro, Vt. ; m. 
Aug. 8, 1861, at Jacksonville, Vt., Chandler Wellman (son of 
Samuel Wellman of Grafton, Vt., and Martha Bowles, his wife), 
b. Jan. 16, 1827, at Grafton ; d. Oct. 30, 1896, at Wilmington. 
Children : 

i. Frederick 1 ' Wellman, b. June 17, 1863, at Wilmington; d. 

there, Aug. 20, 1864. 
ii. George Franklin 9 Wellman, b. June 4, 1865, at Wilming- 
ton; d. there Sept. 13, 1893. 
iii. Harry Oney 9 Wellman, b. Dec. 29, 1867, at Wilmington; 
m. (1) Nov. 8, 1893, Delia Jean Wheeler, who d. Feb. 
22, 1894, at Wilmington. He m. (2) Dec. 20, 1899, at 
Hoosick Falls, N. Y., Rose Mabel Corbett; lives at 
Wilmington. 
iv. Florence Estelle 9 Wellman, b. Apr. 10, 1873, at Brat- 
tleboro, Vt.; m. Mar. 23, 1892, at Hoosick Falls, N. Y., 
Jetson Stelson Brown; lives at Wilmington, has three 
children. 



806 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 



3067. 


i. 


3068. 


ii. 


3069. 


iii 


3070. 


iv. 


3071. 


v. 


3072. 


vi. 



1762. Stephen Franklin" Averell (Stephen 7 , Benjamin 9 , 
James 5 , William*, William", William-, William'), b. July 22, 1843, 
at Wilmington, Vt., is an employee at the Great Western Dis- 
tillery, Peoria, 111., where he lives. He m. Dec. 25, 1873, at 
Peoria, Elizabeth Wilson (dau. of William Wilson of Peoria 
and Frances Jane Thorp,* his wife), b. June 20, 1856, in Wood- 
ford Co., 111. This is a family of good characteristics, the men 
Republicans in politics, all industrious citizens, but not church 
attendants. (This family so highly honors its physicians that 
the name of each who was at the birth of the children is given 
in the data furnished the Ed.) 
Children (all b. at Peoria) : 

Clarence William", b. Dec. 25, 1874; lives at Peoria, 111. 

Flora Etta", b. Mar. 26, 1877; lives at Peoria, 111. 

Charles", b. Aug. 25, 1880; lives at Peoria, 111. 

Mamie , b. Feb. 25, 1883; lives at Peoria, 111. 

Goldie", b. Mar. 19, 1885; lives at Peoria, 111. 

Maud , b. Jan. 3, 1891; lives at Peoria, 111. 

1764. Lucius Wilcox 8 Averell (Stephen 7 , Benjamin*, James 5 , 
William', William", William', William 1 ), b. Dec. 27, 1846, at 
Wilmington, Vt. He is a farmer and has lived at Bennington 
and Brattleboro, and now lives at Wilmington, Vt. He m. Oct. 
3, 1870, at S. Halifax, Vt., Helen Stratton, b. Jan. 18, 1852, at 
Bennington ; d. Dec. 3, 1875, at Brattleboro. 

Children : 

3073. i. Louis Stratton", b. June 6, 1872, at Wilmington; d. there, 

Nov. 8, 1894. 

3074. ii. Lottie Helen", b. Aug. 22, 1875, at Brattleboro; m. Sept. 

5, 1894, at Bennington. 

3075. iii. William Coulter"; lives at Shaftesbury, Vt., and has 2 

children. 

1765. Mary Cliffordier s Averell (Stephen 7 , Benjamin*, 
James 5 , William 1 , William 3 , William-, William'), b. Sept. 30, 
1850, at Wilmington, Vt. ; lived at Brattleboro and Wilmington, 
Vt. ; m. June 1, 1871, at Westmoreland, N. H., John Franklin 
Lyon (son of Franklin Lyon of Boston, Mass., and Ellen Coffey, 
his wife), b. Apr. 2, 1850, at Boston; she d. Apr. 6, 1875, at 
Wilmington. 



The Eighth Generation 807 

Children : 

i. Frank Baker" Lyon, b. Dec. 16, 1871, at Wilmington; m. 

at Hoosick Falls, N. Y., Gertrude Pike; lives at Brat- 

tleboro; has one child, 
ii. Arthur John" Lyon, b. June 20, 1874, at Wilmington; 

still lives there. 

1767. Emerette Louisa s Averell (Stephen 7 , Benjamin 9 , 
James 7 ', William*, William', William-, William 1 ), b. Sept. 4, 
1854, at Wilmington, Vt. ; lived at Wilmington and Jackson- 
ville, Vt. ; m. Dec. 4, 1879, at Wilmington, Charles Russell 
Gifford (son of Rev. Jeremiah Gifford of Wilmington, Vt., and 
Jane Stafford of Monroe, Mass., his wife), b. July 3, 1850, at 
Cummington, Mass. ; d. Aug. 22, 1898, at Jacksonville, Vt. Mrs. 
Gifford is living at Wilmington. 

Children (all b. at Wilmington) : 

i. Mary Leone" Gifford, b. June 6, 1880; m. Dec. 25, 1897, 
at Wilmington, Dickerman Rider; lives at Wilmington. 

ii. Evalina Belle" Gifford, b. May 18, 1883; d. Nov. 23, 
1888, at Jacksonville. 

iii. Nellie Etta" Gifford. b. May 7, 1885; lives at Wilming- 
ton. 

1768. Rev. Alexander McCormick s Averill (Jose pit 7 , Shad- 
rach'\ Joseph 7 ', Joseph 1 , William'', William-, William 1 ) , m. 



— , 1842, at Plympton, Mass., Rebecca F. Morton, dau. of Na- 
thaniel Morton and Sally Sherman, his wife. He was a clergy- 
man, educated at Andover and Newton, Mass., and grad. at 
Newton Theological and Literary Institute in 1853. He received 
the honorary degree of A. M. from Colby University, Me., 1857, 
and was in active service in the Baptist ministry in Massachu- 
setts, Colorado, Kansas and Texas. He lived at Boston, Cam- 
bridge, Middleton and Holyoke, Mass., and at West Somerville, 
Mass., from 1900 to date of his death, Feb. 13, 1904. Their fam- 
ily legend was that the Averills of Kennebunkport, Me., came 
from the North of Ireland. 
Children : 

3076. i. Alexander Morton'', b. 1843; m. Louisa Trowbridge. 

3077. ii. Walter Irving'', b. 1847; m. Cornelia Knight. 

3078. iii. Horace Melville", b. 1848, at Portsmouth, N. H.; d. 1848. 

3079. iv. Carrie", b. 1851; m. Christopher C. Slaughter. 

3080. v. Sarah Jones'", b. 185-, at Cambridge, Mass.; d. when four 

years of age. 



808 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

1781. Capt. George Washington 8 Averill (Thomas 7 , Will- 
iam 6 , Joseph'', Joseph 4 , William'', William-, William 1 ), b. Mar. 
20, 1822, at Cape Kennebunkport, Me.; called generally Capt. 
Avery, but calls himself Averill ; m. Nancy Gilbert Look. He 
was for many years a sailor, mate and captain of various vessels. 
At the age of 76 his memory was excellent, and he was much 
interested in the family history and familiar with the Kenne- 
bunkport- Arundel Averill records. He was very proud that his 
son Dr. Henry Dexter Averill was in the Spanish-American 
War. 

Children : 

3100. i. Henry Dexter", b. May 1, 1856, was a practising physi- 

cian of ability and served during the Spanish-American 
War. 

3101. ii. Charles F. 9 , b. Feb. 26, 1861. 

1791. James Judson* Averill (James 1 ', James 6 , James 5 , Ja- 
bez\ William'\ William", William'), b. Nov. 20, 1843, at or near 
Kennebunkport, Me. ; m. Kate Lydia Woodward. 

Child : 

3102. i. Clara , b. Mar. 20, 1870; d. May 12, 1899. 

1794. George C. 8 Averill (James 7 , James 6 , James" , Jabez*, 
William", William-, William'), b. Oct. 28, 1857, at Thomaston, 
Conn.; passed his early life in Greenfield, Mass. He was also 
in Northampton for a time ; but he has been President of the 
Vermont National Bank at Brattleboro, Vt., for some years, and 
for more than 17 years one of the most influential citizens of 
that town. He has been active in the Congregational Church 
and in benevolent organizations, and has large interests in many 
business enterprises of the town. He was m. Oct. 12, 1888, at 
Boston, Mass., to Nellie E. Chubbuck (dau. of Leopold F. Chub- 
buck of Boston, and Caroline Mushaway, his wife), b. Oct. 21, 
1860, at Nevada City, Cal. 
Children : 
.".107. i. Margaret C. 9 , b. - — , 1889 (?), at Northampton, Mass., 
was educated at Holyoke College. She m. George E. 
Adams. They live at Springfield, Mass., and have 3 
children. 
3108. ii. Richard C', b. - — , 189- at Brattleboro; m. Florence 
G. Putnam. They live at Brattleboro and have 1 child. 



The Eighth Generation 809 

1800. John Wheeler 8 Averill (William Browning 1 , Daniel*, 
Gideon*, Jabez*, William 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. Mar. 29, 1851, 
at Portageville, N. Y. He is U. S. Inspector of River and Har- 
bor Improvements, especially on Potomac Flats, and has lived in 
New York, Herndon, Va., Michigan, North Carolina, and Wash- 
ington, D. C. He m. (1) Jan. 6, 1879, at Washington, D. C, 
Emily Downing (dau. of Alonzo Downing of Washington, for- 
merly of Maine), b. Sept. 20, 1851, in Maine; d. Dec. 7, 1886, at 
Washington. He m. (2) Apr. 16, 1890, Arabella Howard Bar- 
rows (dau. of Joseph Henry Barrows of Maine and Martha Ann 
Blanchard, his wife), b. May 8, 1866, at Lockhaven, Pa. 

Children (by first wife) : 

3109. i. Charles 9 , b. May 5, 1880, at Washington; d. Feb. 1, 1883, 

at Herndon, Va. 

3110. ii. William 9 , b. May 7, 1883, at Herndon; d. June 23, 1894, 

at Washington. 

3111. iii. Belle 9 , b. Sept. 1, 1886, at Herndon; d. July 4, 1887, at 

Herndon. 

1803. Fred Crosby" Averill (William Browning 7 , Daniel*, 
Gideon*, Jabez' , William 3 , William 2 , William'), b. Oct. 2, 1860, 
at Portage, N. Y., is a farmer; has lived at Portage, N. Y., and 
Herndon, Va. He m. Feb. 11, 1890, at Washington, D. C, Effie 
May Hutchinson (dau. of Manly Ashford Hutchinson of Floris, 
Va., and Nancy Ward Cockerill, his wife), b. Nov. 29, 1871, at 
Woodville, Va. 

Children : 

3112. i. Julia Browning 9 , b. July 11, 1893, at Herndon; d. there 

Jan. 11, 1898. 

3113. ii. Alton Wheeler 9 , b. Mar. 1, 1902, at Herndon. 

1806. Oren Daniel" Averill (Latham Hull 7 , Daniel*, Gid- 
eon 5 , Jabez\ William 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. June 21, 1858, at 
Plainfield, Mich., a railroad clerk, lives at Grand Rapids, Mich. 
He m. Apr. 2, 1884, at Plainfield, Hattie Everett (dau. of Moses 
Everett of Grand Rapids and Eunice Birdsill, his wife) , b. June 
17, 1859, at Grand Rapids. 

Child: 

3114. i. Maud Winifred 9 , b. June 11. 1891. 



810 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

1809. Annie Frances 8 Avery {Henry 1 , William*, William*, 
Jabez\ William 3 , William', William 1 ), b. June 15, 1857, at Chel- 
sea, Mass., lived at Belfast, Me., Boston and Chelsea, Mass., and 
Brooklyn, N. Y. She m. Feb. 15, 1877, at Dorchester, Mass., 
Joseph Putnam Bradlee Carlton (son of Daniel F. Carlton and 
Emma Fenno, his wife), b. July 20, 1851, at Boston, Mass.; d. 
Mar. 3, 1893, at Dorchester. He was a shipchandler. 

Children (all b. at Dorchester) : 

i. William Leeds 9 Carlton, b. Dec. 20, 1877. 

ii. Henry Avery 9 Carlton, b. May 19, 1880; in Harvard, 

1899. 
iii. Lawrence Fenno 9 Carlton, b. Oct. 30, 1881; in Harvard, 

1899. 
iv. Margaret 9 Carlton, b. July 31, 1888. 

1823. Hannah Jane* Averell (Albert Augustus 7 , Moses 6 , 
Nathaniel 5 , Nathaniel 1 , Nathaniel'', William' 2 , William 1 ), b. June 
7, 1841, at Salem, Mass.; m. Feb. 10, 1857, at S. Reading (now 
Wakefield), James W. Hurd. She d. Apr. 29, 1877, at N. Weare, 
N. H. 

Children (all d. in childhood) : 

i. Annie Leaurie 9 Hurd. d. Jan. 17, 1865. 

ii. Charles Albert 9 Hurd, d. Feb. 3, 1865. 

iii. Lizzie Abby 9 Hurd, d. Feb. 4, 1865. 

iv. James Albert 9 Hurd, d. Apr. 29, 1877. 

1824. Archann Maria* Averell (Albert Augustus 7 , Moses 6 , 
Nathaniel 5 , Nathaniel 4 , Nathaniel 3 , William'-, William'), b. Jan. 
21, 1845, at Rowley, Mass.; m. Mar. 10, 1861, Otis M. Clement, 
at Middleton, Mass. She was divorced from him and m. (2) 
Jan. 14, 1871, Edward D. Hawkins, at Wakefield, Mass. He d. 
Mar. 8, 1897, at Stoneham, where they resided. 

Child (by first husband) : 

i. Elmer Averell 9 Clement, m. Oct. 10, 1895, at Northwood, 
N. H., Evie Moses; they live at Northwood. 

1834. Cyrus Austin" Averell called Austin (Cyrus 7 , Sol- 
omon , Daniel 5 , Jacob*, Nathaniel 3 , William-, William 1 ), b. Aug. 
10, 1834, at Topsfield, Mass.; lived there on an estate which 
had descended to him in direct line from Nathaniel' 5 (William 2 , 



The Eighth Generation 811 

William 1 ). He m. Apr. 6, 1864, Margaret Yetter Sweeney (dau. 
of Charles Sweeney of Boston and Anna Hobbs Lake his wife, 
who was b. at Newburyport, Mass.), b. July 22, 1837, at Boston, 
Mass. Mr. Averill d. at Topsfield, Mar. 26, 1900, aged 65 years, 
7 mos., 16 days. 

Children (all b. at Topsfield) : 

3115. i. Albion Francis", b. May 4, 1865; lives at Topsfield. 

3116. ii. Charles Justin'', b. June 12, 1871; lives at Topsfield. 

3117. iii. Frederick Austin", b. Apr. 10, 1879; lives at Topsfield. 

3118. iv. Marian Elizabeth'', b. Dec. 17, 1880; lives at Topsfield. 

All are living- at the old home at Topsfield (1900). 

1839. David Alonzo* Averill (David 7 , Obed 6 , Asa 5 , John*, 
John 3 , William", William'), b. Dec. 26, 1833, at Westminster, Vt„ 
is a farmer. He lived at Sibley, Osceola Co., la., and is now 
living at Los Angeles, Cal. He m. July 3, 1872., at Cedar Falls, 
la., Catherine Amelia Klock (dau. of Peter G. Klock and 
Lucinda Altenberg, his wife) , b. Jan. 14, 1852, at Pekin, Gene- 
see Co., N. Y. Mr. Averill is a member of the Congregational 
Church, and a Republican ; his two elder daughters are mem- 
bers of the Episcopal Church, and are said to be good singers. 

Children : 

3119. i. Hatty May", b. Sept. 28, 1874, at Sibley; m. Mar. 2, 1898, 

Elmor Robert Jeffery, at Los Angeles, Cal. 

3120. ii. Mary Ethel", b. Apr. 9, 1877, at Sibley; lives at Los 

Angeles. 

3121. iii. Ida Frederica , b. May 18, 1894, at Le Mars, la.; lives at 

Los Angeles. 

1841. Henrietta" Averill (David 7 , Obed s , Asa", John 4 , John 3 , 
William 2 , William 1 ), b. Aug. 9, 1835, at Westminster, Vt. ; m. 
1850, at San Francisco, Cal., Sidney Newell. They live at Stock- 
ton, Cal. 

Children : 

i. Sidney'" Newell Jr., m. - — ; has two chil- 

dren, lives at Stockton. 
ii. Allen" Newell; m. - — ; has two children, 

lives at Stockton. 



3133. 


ii. 


3134. 


iii. 


3135. 


IV. 



812 Aver ell, Averill, Avery Family 

1848. Angelia Alice 8 Averill (OrameV, Amos 9 , Thomas*, 
John 4 , John 3 , William-, William 1 ), b. Mar. 31, 1854, at Wood- 
stock, Vt. ; m. there, Aug. 23, 1879, Edgar Henry Thomas 

of Enosburg Falls, Vt., and now of Maiden, Mass. 
Child : 

i. John Averill 9 Thomas, b. May 22, 1884. 

1835. John S. 8 Averill (Volneif, Oliver", Thomas', John*, 
John", William?, William'), b. June 17, 1838, at Northfield, Vt., 
was a baggage master, and lived at Northfield. He m. Nov. 22, 
1871, R. Calista Graves (dau. of John Graves of Northfield and 
Rosaline C. Brown, his wife), b. Oct, 22, 1847, at Barton, Vt. 
Children (all b. at Northfield) : 

3132. i. Minnie Harriet 9 , b. Jan. 22, 1872; m. Rolla G. Steele. 
Jennie Mary 9 , b. Sept. 22, 1873; m. Fred H. Kathan. 
George F. 9 , b. Feb. 26, 1875. 

Lizzie Maude 9 , b. Dec. 10, 1877; m. Wed., June 14, 1899, 
at Northfield, Fred E. Kerr; they live at Montpelier, Vt. 

3136. v. Gertie Belle", b. May 11, 1881. 

1855. Charles* Averill (Volneif, Oliver*, Thomas 5 , John 4 , 
John 3 , William', William 1 ), b. July 14, 1843, at Northfield, Vt. ; 
m. 1872, at Bellows Falls, Vt., Hattie Bowtell. 

Child : 

3137. i. VOLNEY 9 . 

1863. Jefferson* Averill (Thomas 7 , Jesse , Thomas 5 , John 4 , 
John 3 , William-, William'), b. Feb. 20, 1847, at Northfield, Vt., 
was a teacher there and at Hammonton, N. J., Lawrence, Texas, 
and Paw Paw, Mich. He served the last eighteen months of the 
Civil War. He m. Sept. 10, 1874, at Paw Paw, Jennie (Gilman) 
Phillips (dau. of Joseph Gilman of Paw Paw, and Annis Dole 
Gilman, his wife), b. Nov. 13, 1844. He d. May 30, 1885, at 
Paw Paw, where his family still occupies a desirable position. 
Children : 

3145. i. Fanny Gilman 9 , b. May 25, 1875, at Lawrence, Tex.; m. 
June 5, 1901, at Benton Harbor, Mich., Edwin C. Ed- 
munds. 



The Eighth Generation 813 

3146. ii. Mary Evelyn ("Mollie") 9 , b. Sept. 22, 1877, at Paw 

Paw; m. there, July 22, 1903, Dana Harrison Hinckley. 
She lived at Benton Harbor before her marriage and 
lives now at Brutus, Mich. 

3147. iii. Rex Gilman', b. Dec. 2, 1880, at Paw Paw. 

1867. Lucy Arabella* Averill {Thomas 1 , Jesse*, Thomas'', 
John\ John*, William 2 , William 1 ), b. Aug. 29, 1858, at North- 
field, Vt. ; m. Aug. 23, 1882, at Northfield, George Elwyn Gilman 
(son of Joseph Gilman of Paw Paw, and Annis Dole, his wife), 
b. July 31, 1855, at Paw Paw. They live at Brattleboro, Vt. 

Children (all b. at Paw Paw) : 

i. Beryl 9 Gilman, b. Mar. 22, 1884. 

ii. Dana Howes 9 Gilman, b. Oct. 19, 1885. 

iii. Mina Annie Gilman 9 , b. July 26, 1891. 

1868. Jesse Howes* Averill (DavicV, Jesse 6 , Thomas 5 , John*, 
John 3 , William-, William 1 ), b. Jan. 7, 1853, at Northfield, Vt., is 
a physician and lives at Brockton, Mass. He was educated at 
the common and high schools of Northfield, Dartmouth Coll. 
Med. Sch., 1875, N. Y. University, Med. Dept., 1878. He is a 
member of the Mass., Med. Soc, and trustee and consulting 
surgeon to Brockton Hospital. He m. (1) Apr. 22, 1880, at 
Danville, Vt., Orpha R. Davis (dau. of George B. Davis of Dan- 
ville and Flora Thompson, his wife) . He was divorced from 
her, 1890; and m. (2) July 29, 1891, at Brockton, Charlotte R. 
Keith (dau. of Albert Keith and Charlotte Pearce, his wife), b. 
Jan. 14, 1865. 

Children (by first wife) : 

3148. i. Leslie 9 , b. Nov. 11, 1881, at Brockton, Mass.; d. Mar. 31, 

1884. 

(by second wife) : 

3149. ii. Jessie 9 , b. June 8, 1894, at Brockton, Mass. 

3150. iii. Edith 9 , b. Mar. 17, 1898. 

3151. iv. Charlotte 9 , b. July 23, 1900, at Brockton, Mass. 

1870. Flora Howes 8 Averill (David 1 , Jesse 6 , Thomas 5 , John*, 
John", William-, William'), b. Sept. 14, 1858, at Northfield, Vt.; 
lives at Brockton, Mass. She m. Oct. 9, 1889, at Brockton, 
Charles Henry Huff (son of Charles Perkins Huff of Biddeford, 
Me., and Henrietta Staples, his wife), b. Mar. 18, 1862, at Bidde- 



814 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 



ford. Mrs. Huff was a graduate of the Emerson School of Ora- 
tory at Boston, Mass. 

Child : 

i. Charles Lloyd' Huff, b. May 17, 1890, at Northfield; 
lives at Brockton. 

1871. Hon. Wilson Albert" Averill (Albert John 7 , John 6 , 
Thomas 5 , John*, John 3 , William' 2 , William 1 ), b. Apr. 5, 1844, at 
Northfield, Vt., is a farmer and influential citizen. He has lived 
at Warren and E. Warren, Vt, He was educated at the M. E. 
Seminary, Newbury, Vt., and has been Selectman, Justice of 
the Peace, Supt. of Schools, School Director, and was Repre- 
sentative in State Legislature, 1901. He m. Dec. 25, 1871, at 
Roxbury, Vt., Ida May Wiley (dau. of Clark Wiley of Roxbury 
and Betsey Jane Merrill, his wife), b. Oct. 14, 1857, at Roxbury. 
They live at Warren. 

Children : 

3152. i. Anna Jane', b. May 30, 1874, at Warren; m. Aug. 25, 

1898, at Warren, Edmund W. Slayton, and lives there. 

3153. ii. Henry Wilson 9 , b. Apr. 4, 1876, at Warren; unm.; lives 

at Waltham, Mass. 

3154. iii. Bertha Wiley", b. Feb. 11, 1886, at Roxbury; lives at 

Warren. 

3155. iv. Laura May 9 , b. July 20, 1889, at Warren, and is living 

there. 

1872. Charles Heman s Averill (Albert John 7 , John 6 , 
Thomas 5 , John", John 3 , William-, William 1 ), b. Nov. 10, 1846, at 
Northfield, Vt., has lived at Northfield and Roxbury, Vt, He 
m. May, 1872, at Roxbury, Emma D. Snow. 

Child : 

3156. i. Philip A. J.", b. — — , ; dec. 

1873. Marion Eliza s Averill (Albert John 7 , John 6 , Thomas 5 , 
John 4 , John 3 , William', William'), b. Apr. 1, 1850, at Northfield, 
Vt.; m. Apr.. 1872, at Roxbury, Vt., Ira H. Fiske. They live at 
Pasadena, Cal. 

Children : 

i. Harold A. 9 Fiske. 
ii. Maude E. 9 Fiske. 



The Eighth Generation 815 

1884. Rev. Martin Van Buren* Averill (Laureston 7 , Sam- 
uel 6 , Samuel 5 , John*, John 3 , William'-, William 1 ), b. Apr. 30, 
1837, at Irvington, N. Y., was a priest of the Episcopal Church 
and lived at Irvington, N. Y., Indianapolis and Elkhart, Ind., 
Green Bay and Manitowoc, Wis., Naperville, 111., and Ripon, 
Wis. He m. May 2, 1867, at Indianapolis, Ind., Rosetta Badge 
Wilson (dau. of Joseph Barlow Wilson of Cincinnati and Rosetta 
Cezanne Kelsey, his wife), b. Feb. 4, 1842, at Cincinnati, O. He 
d. Apr. 28, 1888, at Naperville. 

Children : 

3170. i. Edward Wilson', b. Mar. 13, 1870, at Elkhart, Ind. He 

lives at Peru, Ind. He is Rector of Trinity Ch. (Episco- 
pal), Peru. 

3171. ii. Rosa Elizabeth 9 , b. Oct. 17, 1871, at Ripon, Wis.; m. 

Edward Janes Bell. 

3172. iii. William Armitage 9 , b. Aug. 31, 1880, at Manitowa, Wis., 

was a Junior, Classical Course, at the Univ. of Chicago, 
Class 1902 (at date of correspondence). He was named 
for Bishop Armitage. 

1890. Angelina* Averill (Edwin'', Samuel'', Samuel 5 , John*, 
John", William-, William"), b. Dec. 17, 1843, at St. Joseph, Mich., 
lived at Erie and in Cott Co., and at Collin Center, N. Y. She 
m. Mar. 26, 1866, Antoine Setter (son of Antoine Setter of 
Eden, N. Y., a native of Germany, and Susan Winter, his wife), 
b. Mar. 26, 1847. 
Children : 

i. Joseph A. b Setter, b. Dec. 23, 1867, at Gowanda (Lodi), 
N. Y.; m. May 7, 1890, at Buffalo, N. Y., Bethiah T. 
Lang. They live at Collin Center and have five children, 
ii. Alonzo''' Setter, b. Jan. 30, 1869, at Warren, Penn.; m. 
1894, Myrtle Potter, at Collin Center. They live there 
and have one child, 
iii. Bertha" Setter, b. May 10, 1883, at Buffalo, N. Y., lives 
at Collin Center. 

1893. Esther" Averill {Edwin 7 , Samuel*, Samuel 5 , John*, 
John", William-, William'), b. Dec. 9, 1856, at Mansfield, N. Y., 
lived at Gowanda (Lodi), N. Y., Port Allegheny and Claysville, 
Pa. She m. 1877, at Forestville, N. Y., William H. Shaffer (son 

of Adam Shaffer of (near) Philadelphia, Pa., and Dora , 

his wife), b. July 20, 1856, near Philadelphia, Pa. 



816 Aver ell, Ave rill, Avery Family 

Children : 

i. Gurdie J. 9 Shaffer, b. Sept. 30, 1878; m. Cleora Day. 
ii. Lulu Laetitia 9 Shaffer, b. Jan. 13, 1881, at S. Dayton, 
N. Y., was grad. at Claysville High School, 1900, and 
lives at Claysville. 

Both of the above named children are musicians and 
members of the Baptist Church. 

1894. Jerusha* Averill (Edwin", Samuel 6 , Samuel 5 , John*, 
John 3 , William', William'), b. Apr., 1852 (or 1858?) ; m. George 
Coleman. 

Children : 

i. Bessie 9 Coleman, b. Sept. 3, 1884. 
ii. Blanche 9 Coleman, b. Aug. 1, 1886. 

1900. Sophronia 8 Averill (Lorhv, Samuel 6 , Samuel 5 , John*, 
John 5 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. Sept. 3, 1850, at Gowanda, N. Y., 
lived there and at Collins, N. Y. She m. Mar. 31, 1871, John 
Stevens (son of Henry Stevens of E. Bethany, N. Y.), b. Apr. 5, 
1851, in England. He came from England when about six 
months old, and his mother, whose name is unknown, d. when he 
was two years of age. Mrs. Stevens d. Apr. 2, 1896, at Gowanda. 

Children : 

i. William Burnell 9 Stevens, b. Jan. 14, 1875, at Collins; 

lives at Gowanda. 
ii. Edith May 9 Stevens, b. July 15, 1877, at Gowanda; m. 

Spencer Camp, and has two children, 
iii. Neil Burton 9 Stevens, b. July 30, 1881, at Collins Center, 

N. Y.; lives at Gowanda. 
iv. Harvey Le Roy 9 Stevens, b. May 13, 1889, at Perrysburg, 

N. Y., lives at Gowanda. 

1901. Harvey Marion 8 Averill (Lorin 7 , Samuel 6 , Samuel 6 , 
John 4 , John 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. Apr. 24, 1852, at Gowanda, 
N. Y., has been a harness-maker, merchant and travelling sales- 
man ; and has lived at Eagle Village, Franklinsville and Roches- 
ter, N. Y. He served three years in the regular army ; was dis- 
charged on account of his having contracted inflammatory rheu- 
matism, as the result of taking cold while his regiment was 
escorting Pres. Grant to the White House (1876). He m. Feb. 
19, 1878. at Eagle Village, Emma Navamore (dau. of Stephen 



The Eighth Generation 817 

N. Navamore of Eagle Village and Delila Morey, his wife), b. 
June 8, 1855, at Wetherfield, N. Y. 
Child: 
3173. i. Ray Stephen'', b. Jan. 19, 1879, at Eagle Village, lives at 
Rochester. 

1906. Clara 1 * Averill (Lorin 7 , Samuel 6 , Samuel 5 , John*, 
John 5 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. May 17, 1865, at Gowanda, N. Y., 
was educated at Gowanda Academy, and is a member of the 
Baptist Church ; has lived at Dayton, Jamestown and Gowanda, 
rC Y. She m. Oct. 7, 1885, at Gowanda, Louis Williams (son of 
Gus S. Williams of Springfield, Mass., and Emma Machol, his 
wife), b. Dec. 13, 1861, at E. Hampton, Mass. 
Children : 

i. Raymond Burton 9 Williams, b. May 22, 1887, at Dayton, 

N. Y. 
ii. Harold Lewis 9 Williams, b. Mar. 17, 1889, at Jamestown, 
N. Y. 

1908. Sarah 8 Averill (Lafayette 7 , Samuel 6 , Samuel 5 , John 4 , 
John 7 ', William 2 , William 1 ), b. Feb. 13, 1849, at Persia, N. Y. ; 
m. 1867, at Silver Creek, N. Y., Gridley Christy, b. at Hanover, 
N. Y.; d. 1890. She d. Feb. 12, 1896, at Erie, Pa. 

Children: 

i. Arthur 9 Cristy, b. at Hanover, N. Y. 
ii. Glennie 9 Cristy, b. Mar. 25, 1882, at Irving, N. Y.; m. 
Feb., 1900, at Buffalo, N. Y., William Castin. 

1909. John Jabez* Averill (Lafayette 7 , Samuel 6 , Samuel 5 , 
John", John 3 , William-, William 1 ), b. Mar. 25, 1852, at Lockport, 
N. Y. He is a farmer and lives at Gowanda, N. Y. ; m. Feb. 13, 
1879, at Irving, N. Y., Jennie Derby (dau. of Morgan Derby 
of Gowanda and Hannah Snyder, his wife), b. May 22, 1855, at 
Persia, N. Y. 

Children : 

3174. i. Evah Maud 9 , b. Jan. 4, 1881, at Gowanda, N. Y. 

3175. ii. Harry Vernon 9 , b. Feb. 4, 1883, at Gowanda, N. Y. 

1910. Ida "Euphemia"* Averill (Lafayette 7 , Samuel 6 , Sam- 
uel 5 , John 4 , John 7 -, William 2 , William 1 ), b. July 3, 1854, in 
Niagara Co., N. Y., lived at Irving and Gowanda, N. Y., and at 
Erie, Pa. She m. (1) Jan. 1, 1872, at Gowanda, Dorr Tinney 



818 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

(son of Frank Tinney of Irving, N. Y., and Esther Fuller, his 
wife), b. Dec. 19, 1848, at Irving Chant, N. Y.; d. Aug. 11, 1889, 
at Gowanda. She m. (2) abt. 1890, Walter Harbarger of Buf- 
falo, N. Y. 

Children (by first husband) : 

i. Albert" Tinney, b. Apr. 12, 1873, at Irving, Chautauqua 

Co., N. Y.; d. there, Apr., 1874. 
ii. Frederick" Tinney, b. Apr., 1875, at Irving; d. there, 

Apr., 1876. 
iii. Ella Eliza" Tinney, b. July 14, 1877, at Persia, N. Y.; 
m. Sept. 17, 1896, at Gowanda, Thomas Durkin, and 
lives at Erie, Penn. They have two children, 
iv. Hattie Louise" Tinney, b. Dec. 16, 1880, at Persia; m. 
July 4, 1896, at Dunkirk, N. Y., Jack Bowes, and lives 
at Erie; has one child, 
v. Ida Belle" Tinney, b. Jan. 5, 1883, at Persia. She has 
taken the name of her step-father and lives at Erie, 
Penn. 
vi. Edith May" Tinney, b. Mar. 8, 1885, at Persia; lives at 
Erie, and she also has taken the name of her step- 
father, 
vii. Howard" Tinney, b. June 28, 1888, at Persia; d. Feb., 
1889, at Gowanda. 

1911. Denton* Averill (Lafayette 7 , Samuel'', Samuel 5 , John*, 
John", William', William'), b. Sept. 10, 1856, at Lockport, N. Y., 
is a farmer and lives at Dayton, N. Y. ; m. Mar. 21, 1886, at 
Gowanda, N. Y., Rachel McMillen (dau. of Wm. McMillen of 
Dayton and Cornelia Shephard, his wife), b. Dec. 8, 1868, at 
Dayton. 

Children (all b. at Dayton) : 

3176. i. Nona Blanche", b. Dec. 28, 1886. 

3177. ii. Leola", b. May 10, 1889. 

3178. iii. Beulah May", b. Feb. 22, 1891. 

3179. iv. Denton Cecil", b. Feb. 27, 1895. 

3180. v. Edna Rachel", b. Mar. 20, 1899. 

1912. William* Averill (Lafayette 7 , Samuel 6 , Samuel 5 , John 4 , 
John*, William 2 , William'), b. Aug. 14, 1859, at Lockport, N. Y. ; 
m. Eliza Griener. He d. of consumption, Dec. 2, 1887. 

Children: 

3181. i. Jessie", b. 1882; has lived at Dayton, N. Y., and is now 

at Tonawanda, N. Y. 

3182. ii. Hoyt", b. 188-; has lived at Davton and Tonawanda. 



The Eighth Generation 819 

1913. Alfred" Averill (Lafayette 7 , Samuel'', Samuel 5 , John*, 
John 3 , William 2 , William'), b. Nov. 23, 1865, at Persia, N. Y., is 
a farmer and has lived at Gowanda and Dayton, N. Y. He m. 
1886, at Gowanda, Anna Bernhart (dan. of Albert Bernhart, or 
Barnhart, of Gowanda, and Lydia Pierce, his wife), b. 1865, in 
Minnesota. 

Children (all b. at Persia) : 

3183. i. Ruby", b. 1889. 

3184. ii. Roy'', b. 1892. 

3185. iii. Irene'', b. 189G. 

3186. iv. INA 9 , b. 1898. 



1917. Mary J. s Averill (Mark 7 , John 6 , John 7 ', John*, John 3 , 
William-, William 1 ), b. Feb. 1, 1835, at Highgate Springs, Vt. ; 
m. Mar. 27, 1856, at Prophetstown, 111., Earl S. Ellithorp, b. Nov. 
21, 1833, at Edinburg, Saratoga Co.. N. Y. 

Mrs. Mary (Averill) Ellithorp is much interested in the 
family history and with Mr. Arthur T. Averill, her brother, has 
added much to the data of this branch. She writes, "We have 
the legend of two Averill brothers who came from England and 
landed at Salem, Mass., and that all the Averills sprang from 
them. Their names were never heard." Mrs. Ellithorp lives at 
Battle Creek, Mich., and has been an active and valued member 
of the State Federation of Women's Clubs. 

Child : 

i. Luanna' j Ellithorp, b. Oct. 27, 1862, at Prophetstown; d. 
there, unni., Aug-. 10, 1895. 

1918. Wales' Averill (Mark 1 , John 6 , John 7 -, John", John 3 , 
William-, William 1 ), b. 1837, at Highgate Springs, Vt., was a 
farmer and lived at Lake Tahoe, Cal., and at Virginia City, 
Nev. He m. Apr. 8, 1862, at Sacramento, Cal., Christina Teresa 
McLaulin (dau. of James Stuart McLaulin and Margaret Mor- 
ton, his wife), b. May 15, 1840, at Mount Stuart, Prince Edward 
Island. He cl. at Carson City, Nev., Dec. 1, 1896. 

Children (all but the first b. at Virginia City) : 

3187. i. Arthur Joseph 9 , b. Aug. 12, 1863, at Lake Tahoe; d. 

Jan. 17, 1866, at Virginia City. 

3188. ii. Mark Richard 1 ', b. Nov. 8, 1866; m. Ella Portia Geiger. 



3189. 


in 


3190. 


iv 


3191. 


v. 


3192. 


vi 



820 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

James Paul 9 , b. Aug. 25, 1869; m. Alice Baldwin Brady. 

Adah Mary", b. Dec. 29, 1871 ; m. Jules Francis Hancock. 

Harriet Teresa 1 ', b. Oct. 11, 1873; m. B. G. Haas. 

Louis Volney'', b. Aug. 11, 1875; m. July 1, 1902, at San 
Rafael, Cal., Helen von Raetz (dau. of Ernst von Raetz 
of Berlin, Germany, and Marie Toennies, his wife). 
They live at Seattle, Wash. 

1920. Harriet A. s Averill {Mark 1 , John", John 5 , John", 
John 3 , William-, William'), b. Oct. 3, 1841, at Highgate Springs, 
Vt. ; m. May 22, 1867, at Prophetstown, 111., Charles A. Sanford 
(son of Charles D. Sanford of Vermont, and Susan Hawes, his 
wife), b. Oct, 6, 18—, at Pittsford, Vt. 

Child: 

i. Lewis Averill' Sanford, b. June 17, 1878, in Calhoun Co., 
la., was at Armour Inst., Chicago, 1899, and prob. grad- 
uated there later, from the Electrical Engineering Dept., 
in which he was taking a course. 

1921. Arthur Tappan s Averill (Mark 7 , John 9 , John 5 , John*, 

John", William', William 1 ), b. Sept. 14, 1843, at Highgate 
Springs, Vt., lived at Vineland, N. J., Paw Paw, Mich., Proph- 
etstown, 111., and at Cedar Rapids, la., where he was a man of 
influence, honored by many offices, which prove the regard in 
which he was held. He was President of many corporations, 
among them the Cedar Rapids National Bank ; Averill Grocery 
Co. (wholesale) ; Cedar Rapids Gas Light Co., etc., etc. He 
m. Oct. 22, 1868, at Cedar Rapids, Allie R. Doolittle (dau. of 
Miles Doolittle and Almira Morse), b. Nov. 26, 1845, in New 
York State. Mr. Averill d. Feb. 14, 1910, and Mrs. Averill d. 
the day following. 
Children: 

3193. i. Glenn M. 9 , b. July, 1869; m. Edith Sherman. 

3194. ii. Arthur V.' j , b. Nov., 1871, at Cedar Rapids; d. there, 

Dec, 1871. 

3195. iii. Jennie M. v , b. Dec, 1876, at Cedar Rapids. 

1922. Volney s Averill (Mark 7 , John 6 , John 5 , John*, John 3 , 
William-, William'), b. Aug. 12, 1847, at Highgate Springs, Vt., 
is an orchardist, and highly respected as a man of integrity and 
ability. He lives at Wrights, Cal. He m. June 2, 1873, at Santa 



Arthur Tappan Averill (No. 1921), 



,, 



■) 




3196. 


i. 


3197. 


ii. 


3198. 


iii. 


3199. 


iv. 


3200. 


V. 


3201. 


vi. 


3202. 


vii 



The Eighth Generation 823 

Clara, Cal., Alice Schulthers (dau. of John Martin Schulthers 
of Wrights and Susan Ermida Byerley, his wife), b. Dec. 23, 
1856, at Wrights. Mr. Averill was in the Civil War, Co. B, 34th 
111. Inf., and was honorably discharged after serving 10 months. 
He and his son are Republicans. 

Children (all b. at Wrights, except the last) : 

Anna Agnes", b. Nov. 15, 1874. 

Frederick Lewis", b. Aug. 26, 1877. 

Mary Regina", b. Sept. 5, 1879. 

Florence Estelle", b. Dec. 4, 1881. 

Elizabeth", b. July 22, 1885. 

Alice", b. Apr. 27, 1888. 

Arthur Earl", b. May 13, 1893, at Santa Cruz, Cal. 

1925. Gulia* Averill (Sidney 7 , John 6 , John 5 , John 4 , John*, 
William 1 , William 1 ), b. Sept. 18, 1842, at Westbury, L. I., has 
been a teacher and has lived at Rahway, N. J., Attleboro, Pa., 
and West Vienna, N. Y. She m. Oct. 10, 1862, at West Vienna, 
Henry D. Eaton (son of Alexander H. Eaton and Mary Dickin- 
son, his wife), b. July 22, 1835, at West Vienna, where he d. 
May 12, 1892. Mrs. Eaton is still living there or near there, on 
a farm near Oneida Lake. 

Children (all b. at West Vienna) : 

i. Alexander Hamilton" Eaton, b. Mar. 13, 1864. 

ii. Elmira Averill" Eaton, b. July 23, 1870. 

iii. Harry William 8 Eaton, b. June 1, 1882. 

1927. James ParnelF Averill (Sidney 7 , John*, John 5 , John*, 
John*, William 2 , William'), b. June 16, 1848, at Rahway, N. J.; 
m. Oct. 22, 1878, at Chambersburg, Pa., Jennie Northrap (dau. 
of Charles B. Northrap of Westfield, Mass., and Lydia Louise 
Smith, his wife), b. Feb. 15, 1857, at Newark, N. J. Mr. Averill 
is a teacher and does newspaper work; he is a Unitarian and a 
Socialist. 



Children 
3203. 



3204. 
3205. 
3206. 



Anna Louise", b. Oct. 15, 1879, at Traer, la.; m. G. F. 

Anderson. 
Olive Alice", b. Mar. 30, 1882, at Fiskilwa, 111., living; at 

Cherryville, Ore. 
Lillian Bertha", b. May 16, 1891, at Wyanet, 111., living 

at Cherryville. 
Archibald Roger", b. Apr. 23, 1894, at Wyanet. 



824 Averell, Averill, Avery Family 

1929. Elmira* Averill (Sidney', John*, Jolui", John 4 , John 3 , 
William-, William'), b. 1857, at Attleboro, Pa., lived at Wyanet, 
111., and Wilson, Kan. She m. 1878, at Wyanet, Frank Petty 
(son of John G. Petty of Harvey, 111.), b. 1853, at Wyanet. He 
was warden and vestryman of the Episcopal Church, and left 
a good name, respected by all who knew him. Mrs. Petty had a 
fine mind and strong nature; she was educated by her father, 
and wrote often for the newspapers. She d. 1890, at Wilson, 
leaving a promising family of young children. 

Children : 

i. Eugene 9 Petty, b. 1882, at Tiskilwa, 111. 
ii. Earl Petty 9 , b. 1884, at Wyanet, 111. - 
iii. Anna 9 Petty, b. 1886, at Wilson, Kan. 
iv. William 9 Petty, b. 1888, at Wilson, Kan. 

1930a. Ella Mathilda" Averill (Justin 7 , Jacob*, Thomas", 
Thomas 4 , John 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. July 31, 1854, at Joliet, 
111.; was m. July 8, 1874, to Henry Hildreth Ellison, and lives 
at Battle Creek, Mich. She is a woman with gentle manners, a 
generous nature, and most pleasing appearance. She has been 
active in club life, and in the Mich. State Fed. of Women's Clubs, 
where her spirit helped solve many problems in a satisfactory 
way. Mrs. Ellison is now living at 115 North Avenue, Battle 
Creek. 

Children : 

i. Justin George 9 Ellison, b. May 31, 1876, at Battle Creek, 
Mich.; m. Apr. 11, 1899, Ada Guyon; d. at Brooklyn, 
N. Y., Dec. 29, 1909. 
ii. Cornelia Jane 9 Ellison, b. June 29, 1878, at Battle 
Creek; m. Feb. 3, 1904, by Rev. Wm. Potter, at Battle 
Creek, to George W. Ferguson, of Lenox, Mass. (son of 
David Ferguson, of Andes, and Elizabeth Pierce, his 
wife), b. April 10, 1865, at Andes, N. Y. They live at 
Lenox. 
iii. Ella Ruth 9 Ellison, b. Dec. 10, 1881; m. April 17, 1912, 
at Lenox, Mass., to Ernst Louis Ruby. They live at 16 
S. 13th St., Richmond, Ind. 

Child: 
i. Ellison Averill Ruby 1 ", b. July 15, 1912. 

1936. Emma L. s Averill (John 1 , John*, Thomas", Thomas 4 , 
John 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. Feb. 15, 1858, at Stockbridge, 
Vt.; m. Nov. 17, 1874, at Woodstock, Vt., Elmer W. Merrill 



The Eighth Generation 825 

(son of Jonathan Merrill of Reading, Vt., and Susan Bisbee, his 
wife). They live at Bridgewater Corner, Vt. 
Children : 

i. Kate Elmer 3 Merrill, b. July 7, 1876, at S. Woodstock, 
Vt.; m. Feb. 12, 1893, at Bridgewater, Almon D. Miner. 
They live at Reading, Vt. 
ii. Luna Elnora 9 Merrill, b. June 17, 1883, at Gaysville, Vt.; 
m. June 17, 1903, at Woodstock, Frank R. Stevens. 
They live at Bridgewater. 
iii. Julian Elmer' Merrill, b. Nov. 2, 1889, at Hartland, Vt., 
lives at Reading, Vt. 

1940. Anna Frances" Averill (Granville 7 , Eben 6 , Ebene- 
zer 5 , Ebenezer*, John 3 , William' 2 , William 1 ), b. Dec. 15, 1843, at 
Milford, N. H.; lived at Milford, Wilton and Amherst, N. H. 
She m. (1) July 19, 1864, at Milford, Elbridge D. Clark (son of 
Samuel Clark and Abigail Howe, his wife), b. Mar. 24, 1839, 
at Acworth, N. H.; d. Aug. 14, 1874, at Wilton. She m. (2) 
May 29, 1878, at Peterboro, N. H., Ephraim Adams Parkhurst. 
She d. Sept. 26, 1901, at Amherst. 

Child (by first husband) : 

i. Louis E. 9 Clark, b. Feb. 14, 1866, at Milford; m. and has 
two children; lives at Amherst, N. H. 

1945. Ann M. s Averill (Eben 7 , Asa 6 , David'' , Ebem>ze.) A , 
John 3 , William\ William"), b. Feb. 28, 1837, at Hermon, Me.; 
lives at Prentiss, Me.; m. Aug. 6, 1854, at Prentiss, Cyrus A. 
Rowe. She d. 1894, at Presque Isle, Me. 

Children : 



i. 


Herbert 


9 Rowe. 


ii. 


Samuel 9 


Rowe. 


iii. 


Nettie 9 


Rowe. 


iv. 


Mattie 9 


Rowe. 



1946. IsabelF Averill (Eben 7 , Asa 6 , David 5 , Ebenezer 4 , 
John 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. Dec. 12, 1843, at Prentiss, Me.; 
lives at Drew Plantation, Me. She m. Mar. 28, 1865, at Spring- 
field, Me., Alonzo R. Page. 

Child: 

i. Pitt M. 9 Page. 



826 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 



1947. Alberta M. s Averill (Eben 1 , Asa 6 , David 5 , Ebenezer 4 , 
John 3 , William', William'), b. Dec. 12, 1852, at Prentiss, Me.; m. 
Oct. 12, 1871, at Springfield, Me., George B. Gates. 

Children : 

i. George M. 9 Gates. 
ii. Thai/ Gates. 

1948. Perte Edna* Averill (Eben 7 , Asa'\ David 5 , Ebenezer*, 
John 3 , William 2 , William'), b. Dec. 6, 1856, at Prentiss, Me.; 
lives at Danforth, Me. She m. Oct., 1875, at Prentiss, Edwin L. 
Schellinger. 

Children : 

i. Pitt L. 9 Schellinger. 
ii. Isabell" Schellinger. 

1949. Pitt E. s Averill (Eben 7 , Asa 6 , David 5 , Ebenezer 4 , 
John-, William-, William 1 ), b. Dec. 6, 1856, at Prentiss, Me.; m. 
Mar. 2, 1880, at Springfield, Me., Lucy Edna Muzzy (dau. of 
Edward Muzzy of Carroll, Me., and May Lathrop, his wife) , b. 
June 4, 1862, at Carroll ; lives at Prentiss. 

Children (all b. at Prentiss) : 

3227. i. Fay Eben", b. Oct. 10, 1881; m. Sept., 1905, at Lee, Me., 

Viola Rich. 

3228. ii. Pearl Edna 5 ', b. Dec. 2, 1883. 

3229. iii. Benjamin ("Bennie") 9 Osgood, b. Nov. 29, 1885. 

3230. iv. Asa Millard 9 , b. Oct. 10, 1887. 

3231. v. Edmund M. 9 , b. Sept. 15, 1889. 

3232. vi. Eleanor Vere 9 , b. Nov. 15, 1891. 

3233. vii. Georgia May 9 , b. Dec. 23, 1893. 

3234. viii. Alonzo Page", b. Oct. 1, 1895. 
32.",:.. ix. Hazel Bell 9 , b. Sept. 28, 1897. 

3230. x. Theodore Roosevelt", b. Apr. 13, 1899. 

3237. xi. Blaine", b. June 11, 1901. 

3238. xii. Dorothy Mabel 9 , b. Jan. 28, 1903. 

3239. xiii. Helen Gould", b. Jan. 18, 1905. 

1950. Asa M. s Averill (Eben 7 , Asa 6 , David 5 , Ebenezer 4 , 
Joint, William', William'), b. Feb. 23, 1859, at Prentiss, Me.; 
lived at Kingman, Me. He m. 1881, Nettie Beatham. He d. Jan. 
8, 1892, at Kingman. 

Child: 

3210. i. Goldie". b. , 18—. 



The Eighth Generation 827 

1951. Ada Mabel" Averill (Eben 7 , Asa*, David'", Ebenezer*, 
John 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. Feb. 23, 1859, at Prentiss, Me.; 
m. Apr. 10, 1878, at Carroll, Me., George A. Larabee, and lives 
at Kingman, Me. 

Children : 

i. Theo H. 9 Larrabee. 
ii. John Asa 3 Larrabee. 
iii. Charles 9 Larrabee. 
iv. Clifford 9 Larrabee. 

1952. Benjamin Dunn s Averill {Ira 7 , Asa 6 , David", Eben- 
ezer*, John*, William 1 , William 1 ), b. Sept. 18, 1844, at No. 7 
Plantation, now Prentiss, Me., is a farmer and lives at Prentiss. 
He m. Feb. 4, 1866, at Prentiss, Louisa Merrill Rowe (dau. of 
Samuel Rowe and Deborah A. Merrill, his wife), b. Aug. 2, 
1847, at Springfield, Me. He has aided the compiler of this 
history very much by securing data of his branch of the family. 

Children : 

3241. i. Edith Amanda 9 , b. Dec. 13, 1866; m. Joseph Ardron. 

3242. ii. Ira Ralph 9 , b. Mar. 7, 1871; m. Rebecca May King. 

1953. Anna M." Averill (Ira 7 , Asa\ David" , Ebenezer*, 
John 2 ', William 2 , William'), b. Apr. 1, 1846, at Prentiss, Me.; m. 
Dec. 10, 1867, at Springfield, Me., Clark G. Potter. They live at 
Drew Plantation, Me. 

Children : 

i. Ira Guy 9 Potter, b. May 12, 1869; d. Sept. 12, 1869. 

ii. Ernestine 9 Potter, b. Sept. 2, 1870. 

iii. Susie Ella 9 Potter, b. Sept. 24, 1872; d. Apr., 1879. 

iv. Benjamin Averill 9 Potter, b. Sept. 16, 1875. 

v. Bret Hart 9 Potter, b. Sept. 3, 1878. 

vi. Philip Burton 9 Potter, b. Sept. 7, 1880. 

vii. Mary Edith 9 Potter, b. Jan. 6, 1883. 

viii. Ardron Clark 9 Potter, b. Mar. 5, 1887. 

1958. Alphonso Barton s Averill (David 7 , Ethan 6 , David 5 , 
Ebenezer*, John 7 ', William: 1 , William'), b. Oct. 24, 1850, at Port- 
land, Me. ; m. June 25, 1875, at Portland, Eleanor Reid Dennis 
(dau. of John Dennis of Portland and Susan A. Washburne, his 
wife), b. July 4, 1855, at Gardiner, Me.; d. Aug. 21, 1885, at 
Colfax, Washington Ter. He is a printer and lives at Portland, 
Ore. 



Aver ell, Averill, Avery Family 

Children : 

3243. i. Martha Morton Dennis", b. Mar. 23, 1876, at Portland, 

Me., living at Portland, Ore. 

3244. ii. Maurice Emery 9 , b. Aug. 5, 1877, at Portland; d. there, 

Mar. 19, 1878. 

3245. iii. William Dennis 9 , b. Nov. 17, 1879, at Colfax; d. there, 

May 13, 1881. 

3246. iv. Howard Washburne 9 , b. Sept. 27, 1881, at Colfax; d. 

Mar. 20, 1893, at Portland, Ore. 

1961. David Morton" Averill (David 7 , Ethan 6 , David 5 , Eben- 
ezer\ John 3 , William", William 1 ), b. Feb. 3, 1867, at Portland, 
Me., is a curio dealer; has lived at Chelsea, Somerville, Cam- 
bridge, Mass., Portland, Me., Oakland, Cal., and is living at the 
present time at Portland, Ore. He m. Sept, 16, 1888, at Port- 
land, Ore., Mary Ida Swain (dan. of George Russell Folger 
Swain of Dillon, Mont., and Amanda Maria Barnes, his wife) , 
b. May 9, 1871, at McMinnville, Ore. Mr. Averill has been of 
very great assistance in obtaining data of his branch of the 
family. 

Children (all b. at Portland) : 

Zenas Emery 9 , b. Feb. 10, 1889. 

Zarah May 9 , b. Apr. 1, 1890. 

Karl Breckenridge 9 , b. Aug. 14, 1894. 

Vida Morton 9 , b. June 2, 1899. 

David Jordan 9 , b. July 14, 1900. 

Beatrice Jeannette 9 , b. Feb. 14, 1902. 

1966. Effie F. s Averill {David 1 , David*, David 5 , Ebe7iezei A , 
John 3 , William-, William 1 ), b. Sept, 23, 1876, at Lincoln, Me.; m. 
July 24, 1894, at Bangor, Me., Harry Weymouth. They live at 
Howland, Me. 

Child : 

i. George Averill 9 Weymouth. 

1969, Bessie s Averill (Nathan 7 , David 6 , David 5 , Ebenezer*, 
John", William-, William'), b. July 14, 1873, at Winn, Me.; m. 
Apr. 30, 1892. at Lee, Me., Geo. F. Stevens (son of Frank C. 
Stevens and Ella O. Rowe, his wife), b. Dec. 10, 1870, at Lee. 
They live at Orono, Me. 



3247. 


i. 


3248. 


ii. 


3249. 


iii 


3250. 


iv. 


3251. 


v. 


3252. 


vi. 



The Eighth Generation 829 

Children: 

i. Charles A. 9 Stevens, b. Sept. 6, 1893, at Winn. 

ii. Vaughn P. 1 ' Stevens, b. Sept. 14, 1896, at Winn, living at 

Orono. 
iii. Helen G. !i Stevens, b. Mar. 13, 1899, at Orono, is living 

there, 
iv. Mary O. 9 Stevens, b. Aug. 8, 1902, at Orono, is living 

there, 
v. Lloyd R. 9 Stevens, b. July 2, 1906, at Orono; d. there, 

Aug. 20, 1907. 

1972a. James* Averill (Moses 7 , Moses 2nd 6 , Moses% Eben- 

ezer\ John 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. May 2, 1821, at , 

Mass.; m. Dec. 15, 1846, at Temple, Me., Sarah Perry (dau. of 
Joseph Perry of West Boylston, Mass., and Selah Sawyer, his 
wife), b. Aug. 24, 1821, at Wilton, Me. She d. at Wilton, Sept. 
7, 1902. Although James Averill lived for a time at Farming- 
ton, North Jay and Temple, Me., his place of residence after 
1853 was at Wilton. He was a general business man and also 
a farmer. He d. at Wilton, Dec. 26, 1895. 

The children of James and Sarah (Perry) Averill were: 

3253. i. Foresto E.\ b. July 9, 1850, at Temple; m. Rose Clayton. 

3254. ii. Rosellyn 9 , b. Jan. 14, 1852, at Temple; m. at Phillips, 

Me., Jan. 6, 1878, Alonzo Pease. They live at Avon, Me. 

3255. iii. Evelena 9 , b. Aug. 18, 1854, at Wilton; m. John R. Perham. 

3256. iv. Albert Perry 9 , b. Feb. 22, 1857, at Wilton; m. Cora 

Wilkins. 

1972g. David C. s Averill (Moses 7 , Moses 2nd 6 , Moses 5 , Eben- 
ezer\ John*, William 2 , William 1 ), b. Dec. 18, 1837, at Temple, 
Me.; m. Aug. 1, 1858, at Wilton, Me., Rhoda Ann Farmer 
(dau. of Jacob Farmer of Temple and Martha Todd, his wife), 
b. Mar. 29, 1837, at Temple. Mr. Averill is a farmer and is 
living at Wilton. 

Children (all b. at Wilton) : 

Martha Ella 9 , b. Sept. 5, 1859; d. at five years of age. 
Nora 9 , b. Feb. 10, 1862; d. y. 
Ida E. 9 , b. Aug. 7, 1863; m. Herbert L. Knapp. 
Plummer M. 9 , b. July 27, 1865; m. Aug., 1904, at Wilton, 
Olive Dodge. They live at Wilton and have three chil- 
dren. 
3276. v. Minnie B. 9 , b. Jan. 26, 1868; m. Sherman I. Bean. They 
live at Jay, Me., and have six children. 



3272. 


l. 


3273. 


ii. 


3274. 


iii. 


3275. 


iv. 



830 Aver ell, Ave rill, Avery Family 

3277. vi. Edgar Adalbert", b. Dec. 26, 1869; m. at Belton, Mo., Ida 

Eaton. They live at Kansas City, Kan., and have three 
children. 

3278. vii. Myrtie Vira", b. May 7, 1874, is living at Somerville, Mass. 

3279. viii. Mattie Lela", b. Nov. 21, 1878; m. Dec. 18, 1901, at Wil- 

ton, Arthur Rowe. They live at Jay. 

1973. Samuel* Averill (Nathaniel 7 , Samuel 6 , Benjamin?, 
Job 4 , Job 3 , William 2 , William'), b. abt. 1837 (?), at Frankfort, 
Me., is a blacksmith, and lives at East Boston, Mass. He m. (1) 

at Lowell, Mass., Eliza Lord (dau. of Lord and So- 

phronia Walton, his wife) ; he m. (2) at East Boston, 



Children 




3290. 


i. 


Louis (")'•'. 


3291. 


ii. 


Henry 9 , twin brother to Helen. 


3292. 


iii. 


Helen", twin sister to Henry; 
East Boston, has one child. 


3293. 


iv. 


Louis ( b ) 9 . 


3294. 


v. 


Nathaniel' 1 . 



in. Frank Butter, lives at 



1975. Capt. Henry* Averill (Nathaniel 7 , Samuel 6 , Benja- 
min 5 , Job 4 , Job-, William 2 , William 1 ), b. at Frankfort, Me., was a 
sea captain; m. at Frankfort, Sarah Treat (dau. of Jonathan 
Treat and Lucy Ham, his wife). She d. abt. 1865, at sea, and 
he, also, d. at sea, abt. 1869. Their place of residence was 
Frankfort. 

Child : 

3295. i. Mary N. 9 , b. abt. 1865, at sea; m. Charles Ordway; they 

have one child. 

1980. Charles F. s Averill (Nathaniel 7 , Samuel 6 , Benjamin 5 , 
Job 4 , Job*, William 2 , William'), b. Feb. 6, 1839, at Frankfort, 
Me., keeps a livery stable there. He m. 1892, at Frankfort, 
Hattie Dorr (dau. of Jonathan (or Zachariah?) Dorr of Boston, 
Mass., and Almie or Almira Treat, his wife). Both are living 
at Frankfort. 

Children : 

3296. i. Elizabeth", b. - - , 1893, at Frankfort. 

3297. ii. Helen", b. - — , 1895, at Frankfort. 



The Eighth Generation 831 

1982. William" Averill (Nathaniel 7 , Samuel 6 , Benjamin 5 , 
Job*, Job", William-, William'), b. Sept. 20, 1846, at Frankfort, 
Me., is a stone cutter and lives at Frankfort. He m. Oct., 1878, 
at Winterport, Me., Tryphena Page (dau. of Benjamin Page of 
Frankfort and Elizabeth Bassack, his wife), b. July 19, 1859, at 
Frankfort. 

Children (all b. at Frankfort) : 

3298. i. Nina May", b. Mar. 22, 1879. 

3299. ii. Gertie", b. Mar. 31, 1880. 

3300. iii. Blanche'', b. Nov. 26, 1886. 

3301. iv. Grace", b. Oct. 29, 18S7. 

3302. v. Frances", b. July 21, 1889. 

3303. vi. Abby", b. Jan. 3, 1895. 

3304. vii. Victor", b. Oct. 29, 1897. 

1985. George Baxter" Averill . (Elihtr, John*, Benjamin 5 , 
Job 1 , Job 3 , William', William 1 ), b. June 4, 1838, at Eddington, 
Me.; m. at Lynn, Mass., Lydia A. Brown of Dover, Me., and lives 
at Whitewater, Wis. 

Children : 

3305. i. Maud May", b. Sept., 1871, at Chicago, 111.; m. Herman 

Leibenberg. 
Florence Mildred", b. Aug. 12, 1873, at Chicago, 111. 
Alice Margaret 9 , b. Dec. 26, 1876, at Chicago, 111. 
George Baxter", Jr., b. June 2, 1881, at Chicago, 111. 
Grace Gushing", b. May 29, 1883, at Chicago, 111. 

1989. Willard Gushing^ Averill (Elilr/r, John'\ Benjamin 5 , 
Job 1 , Job\ William', William 1 ), b. May 12, 1847, at Dover, Me.; 
m. May, 1880, at Beaumont, Texas, Eliza McFadden of Beau- 
mont. They live at Beaumont, where he is an esteemed citizen, 
and he and his family are well known socially. 

Their children (all b. at Beaumont) are: 

3310. i. Barr Cushing'', b. June 18, 1881 ; m. Bessie Deniston. 

3311. ii. Bertha Boynton", b. June 20, 1883; was grad. at Wells 

College, N. Y., June, 1904; m. Ralph Parsons Kinney. 

3312. iii. William McFadden", b. Feb., 1886. 

3313. iv. Willard Cushing", b. Nov., 1888. 



3306. 


ii. 


3307. 


iii. 


3308. 


iv. 


3309. 


v. 



Averell, Averill, Avery Family 

1993. Anna Boynton* Averill (George 7 , John 6 , Benjamin 5 , 
Job*, Job 3 , William-, William'), b. at Alton, Me., Feb. 25, 1843, 
is the oldest of ten children, and the poet of our stock. She is 
not only a noble woman, but by those who know her well (and 
how successfully she has met many demands on her large heart, 
fine spirit and delicate body!) she is considered as brave as any 
famed warrior; and she is loved by them as only a fine woman 
can be. Her home is at Sunnyslope, a farm on the outskirts of 
Foxcroft, Me., commanding views that must delight a poet's 
nature. There she works and writes, and when possible allows 
herself to dream of the realization of great visions. 

We are indebted to her for the dedication poem to our 
common ancestor, the first in America : William Averell. In 
Poems of Places, edited by Henry W. Longfellow, we find that 
he, — our loved and honored American poet, — gave place to Miss 
Anna Boynton Averill's beautiful poem called Birch Stream, Me. 
This is in the New England selections. It is also in Whittier's 
Songs of Three Centuries, and in the later edition of Bryant's 
Library of Poetry and Song. Among many other poems of note 
we would mention as evidence of the range of her talent, In 
Dreams, Oblivion, The Sphinx's Riddle, A Quatrain, Through 
the Heart of Maine, The Cry of the Human, Asleep, and the 
Swallow Song. A few years ago Birch Stream and Other Poems, 
a complete collection of her best poems, was published. 

1997. Ellen Savage 8 Averill (George 1 , John 6 , Benjamin 5 , 
Job\ Job 3 , William-, William 1 ), b. July 17, 1852, at Alton, Me.; 
m. Oct., 1874, at Boston, Mass., Lewis B. Chase ; they live at 
Woodburn, Ore. 
Children : 

Lewis Flint Chase, b. July 13, 1876; m. ; 

d. Sept. 26, 1905, had one son, Kenyth. 
Addie Florence" Chase, b. Mar. 6, 1879; m. Mr. Cooley, 

has two children, Bernice and Alice. 
May" Chase, b. May 2, 1881; m. Mr. Hamilton, has two 

children, Marie and Perle. 
Ellen 9 Chase, b. Jan. 26, 1883; m. Mr. Commack; has 

two children, Clyde and Dorothy. 
Fred" Chase, b. Dec. 8, 1888; d. Dec. 11, 1888. 
George Averill 9 Chase, b. Aug:. 22, 1891. 



Anna Boynton Averill (No. 1993), 






. 












The Eighth Generation 835 

1998. Luther Martin* Averill (George 7 , John 6 , Benjamin 5 , 
Job*, Job", William-, William'), b. Dec. 22, 1855, at Alton, Me., 
is a farmer, and has lived at Alton, Dover, and (1898) Foxcroft, 
Me. He m. Oct. 31, 1888, at Dover, Amy Wilson (dan. of 
Charles Wilson of Atkinson, Me., and Elizabeth Grosse, his 
wife), b. Sept. 7, 1867, at Atkinson, Me. 

Children (all b. at Foxcroft) : 

3314. i. Fred Wilson'', b. Nov. 30, 1891; d. Oct. 31, 1892. 

3315. ii. Elizabeth Boynton 9 , b. Dec. 7, 1893. 

3316. iii. Eugene Wilson'', b. Feb. 15, 1897. 

3317. iv. Luther Robert', b. Oct. 22, 1901; d. Mar. 25. 1906. 

1999. Janet Turner" Averill (George 7 , John 6 , Benjamin 5 , 
Job\ Job 3 , William-, William 1 ), b. Feb. 20, 1858, at Alton, Me.; 
m. Sept. 9, 1890, at Dover, Me., Hiram Farmer; they live at 
Charleston, Me. 

Child : 

i. Maurice 9 Farmer, b. Oct. 5, 1892. 

2002. Florence Malvina s Averill (George 7 , John 6 , Benja- 
mhr, Job\ Job", William 2 , William 1 ), b. May 25, 1866, at Dover, 
Me. ; m. Oct. 4, 1893, at Dover, Alonzo Woodbury Gerrish ; 
they live at Grenville, Me. 
Children : 

i. Edna Louise 1 ' Gerrish, b. Oct. 28, 1898; d. May 8, 1899. 
ii. Kenneth Averill''' Gerrish, b. Feb. 21, 1901. 

2031. Lydia Lincoln" Averill (Thomas 7 , Thomas*, Benja- 
min", Job\ Job 3 , William-, William'), b. Apr. 26, 1845, at Middle- 
burg, Tenn., has lived at Middleburg and Boliver, Tenn., and 
Quincy, Mass. She m. (1) Nov. 5, 1865, at Quincy, William 
Hayward Follett (son of George Follett of Quincy and Betsey 
Hobart, his wife), b. Feb. 14, 1836, at Quincy; d. there. Apr. 
24, 1871. She m. (2) Feb. 3, 1887, at Quincy, George Woodbury 
Morton (son of William Saxton Morton of Roxbury and Quincy, 
Mass., and Mary Jane Woodbury Grimes of Francestown, N. H., 
his wife), b. May 2, 1842. They live at Quincy. 

Mrs. Morton is said to resemble her father, Lieut. Averill, 
in many ways, and to be a woman of great ability and many 
interests. 



836 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 



Child (by first husband) : 

i. Frank Child 9 Follett, b. Sept. 10, 1866, at Quincy, Mass.; 
d. there, Sept. 14, 1884. 

2033. Caroline" Averill (Joseph 7 , William*, Samuel 5 , Job\ 
Job", William 2 , William 1 ), b. June 4, 1825, at Alna, Me.; m. Oct., 
1842, Joseph Leighton, Jr. She d. Feb. 9, 1844, at Alna, and her 
sister, Sarah Anne Trask Averill, became the 2nd wife of Mr. 
Leighton. 

Child : 

i. Enos ;i Leighton, d. in infancy; buried at Sheepseot, Me. 

2034. Wilmot* Averill (Joseph 1 , William 2nd*, Samuel 5 , 
Job*, Job 7 -, William 2 , William 1 ), b. Mar. 2, 1826, at Sheepseot, 
Me. (Alna), was a ship-builder, and lived at Alna, New Castle, 
Boothbay, Bath, Me., and at East Boston and Maiden, Mass. 
He m. (1) May 7, 1848, at Boothbay, Lizzie Jane Kelley (dau. of 
John Kelley of Boothbay, and Mary Sherman, his wife), b. at 
Boothbay ; d. at East Boston, and was buried at Boothbay. He 
m. (2) Nellie Kelley of Boothbay, an own cousin of his first 
wife. She had no children and died some years ago. Mr. 
Averill d. Mar. 14, 1910, at Boothbay. Interment at Boothbay. 

Children (by first wife) : 

3318. i. Elizabeth Cunningham 1 ', b. at New Castle (Sheepseot), 

Me.; m. Porter Evans Chase, at East Boston, Mass.; 
d. there and was interred at Boothbay, Me. She had 
three children, Jennie, Hiram, and another dau. 

3319. ii. Wilmot jR.( a ) 9 , b. at Bath, Me.; d. y. 

3320. iii. Wilmot Jr. (")'•', b. at Boothbay; d. y. 

3321. iv. Edward Scott', b. Mar. 14, 1864; m. Annie L. Ryder. 

2035. Sarah Ann* Trask Averill (Joseph', William 2nd*, Sam- 
uel?', Job 1 , Job-, William 2 , William 1 ), b. Dec. 25, 1828, at Alna, 
Me.; m. (1) May 24, 1845, at Alna, her brother-in-law, Joseph 
Leighton, Jr., (son of Joseph Leighton of Alna, and Sara Chase, 
his wife), b. Oct. 11, 1820, at Alna. He d. there, May 15, 1889. 

Mrs. Leighton m. (2) Apr. 26, 1900, Edward G. Roffe of 
Maiden, Mass., where she resided, but spent her summers in the 
old home so dear to her at Sheepseot. She d. there, Sept. 9, 
1907, and is buried at Sheepseot. Edward G. Roffe d. at Maiden, 
Dec. 11, 1909, and was buried at Forest Hills, Boston, Mass. 



The Eighth Generation 837 

. Children (all b. at Alna, Me.) : 

i. Ella Augusta 1 ' Leighton, b. Aug. 18, 1845, was Principal 
of the Hillside School at Medford, Mass. She has re- 
sided at Maiden, Mass., for some years. Her valuable 
assistance in obtaining data for her branch of the fam- 
ily, is gratefully acknowledged by the Editor. 

ii. Angelia 9 Leighton, b. Jan. 16, 1848, is a dressmaker at 
East Boston. 

iii. Edward Chase Leighton, b. Dec. 12, 1854; m. May 3, 
1882, at Decatur, 111., Julia Billington. He is a wood- 
turner by trade, and also a farmer, at Sheepscot, Me. 
He has seven children. 

iv. Albert Wright" Leighton, b. July 10, 1863; d. Feb. 15, 
1864, at Alna. 

v. Nora Arletta 9 Leighton, b. Dec. 10, 1864; m. Oct. 12, 
1885, at Alna, Roscoe M. Chase. They live at Sheepscot, 
E. S., and have six children. 

2036. Jotham Donnell* Averill (Joseph 7 , William''' 2nd, 
Samuel", Job*, Job 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. Dec. 25, 1830, at 
Alna, Me., was a farmer and lumberman and lived at Alna and 
Jefferson, Me. He was an energetic man and an indefatigable 
worker ; a member of the Methodist Church and a Republican. 
He m. (1) Aug. 30, 1853, at New Castle, Me., Catharine Camp- 
bell, b. 1828, at Prince Edward Island; d. Apr. 30, 1882, at 
Sheepscot, Me. He m. (2) Mrs. Minerva Peaslee (a widow), b. 
at N. Whitefield. He d. July 3, 1905. 

Children (by first wife) : 

3322. i. Lavinia C. 9 , b. July 1, 1854; m. at Alna, Me., Samuel F. 

Hatch. She d. Apr. 23, 1882, at Sheepscot (New Castle 
Cem. Records) , aet. 27 yrs. 9 mos. 

3323. ii. Jotham Edward 9 , Jr., b. Oct. 8, 1861; m. Annie Mad- 

docks, at Snohomish, Wash.; was a lumberman there; 
d. Feb. 7, 1902. 

3324. iii. Elizabeth C. 9 , b. — , 185-; m. at Alna, Charles 

Peaslee of Jefferson, Me., has two children. 

3325. iv. William 9 , b. , 186- ; m. at Jefferson, Maggie Moody 

of Jefferson. 

2037. William 8 Averill 2nd (Joseph 1 , William* 2nd, Sam- 
uel 5 , Je)b\ Job% Willia7n-, William 1 ), b. Dec. 30, 1832, at Alna, 
Me., was a ship-carpenter, and worked at his trade at New 
Castle for some years. About 1863 he moved with his family to 



838 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 



San Francisco, Cal. He was a remarkably fine singer and a 
very handsome man. He m. (Int. pub. July 22, 1855) Mary 

Ann Nolan. He d. , 187-, at San Francisco. 

Child : 

3326. i. William', Jr., b. 185- ; d. when he was abt. 21 yrs. of age 
prob. at San Francisco. 

2038. Emmeline Trivett* Averill (Joseph", William 1 ' 2nd, 
Samuel", Job\ Job 3 , William', William'), b. Oct, 30, 1835, at 
Alna, Me.; m. May, 1852, at New Castle, Me., Eben Dodge 
of Edgecombe, Me. She d. Jan. 14, 1890, at New Castle. 

Children : 

i. Alfarata 9 Dodge. 

ii. Willard 9 Dodge. 

iii. Henry P. 9 Dodge. 

iv. Ida 9 Dodge. 

v. Claude 9 Dodge. 

vi. Eda Ella 9 Dodge. 

2039. Charles Baker' Averill (Joseph 7 , William* 2nd, Sam- 
uel 5 , Job 4 , Job 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. Apr. 29, 1839, at Alna, 
Me., was Captain of a river craft, and lived at Wiscasset, Dresden 
and Alna, Me. He was a soldier in the Civil War, and stationed 
at Baton Rouge, la. He was a mild-tempered, easy-going man, 
and an excellent singer; in religion, a Methodist; and in poli- 
tics, a Republican. He m. (1) June, 1858, at Alna, Lydia 
Dickinson (dau. of Joseph Dickinson of Wiscasset, Me., and 
Jane Walker of Woolwich), b. Dec. 5, 1835, at Wiscasset; d. 
there, Sept. 10, 1890. He m. (2) Sept. 9, 1891, Mrs. Harriet 
(Savage) Blackman of Wiscasset, and d. May 26, 1910. 

Children (all b. at Alna) : 

Isaphena 9 , b. July 15, 1859; m. Americus McKenney. 

Georgia 9 , b. May 8, 1861; m. Charles Gates. 

Emma Rose 9 , b. Apr. 10, 1863; d. Mar., 1891, at Wiscasset, 

Scott 9 , b. Nov. 24, 1864; m. Jan. 11, 1891, at Wiscasset, 
Nellie Jackson (dau. of Thomas Jackson of Wiscasset). 

Josie Etta 9 , b. Oct. 6, 1865; m. James Pottle. 

Walter Hall", b. July 5, 1871; m. Lilla Blackman. 

Clara Belle , b. Oct, 19, 1873; m. July 4, 1896, at Gar- 
diner, Me., Melvin Blackman of Wiscasset. 
334. viii. Lydia Jam:', b. July 8, 1876; m. Frederic Hutchins Lewis. 



3327. 


i. 


3328. 


ii. 


3329. 


iii. 


3330. 


iv. 


3331. 


V. 


3332. 


vi. 


3333. 


\ ii 



The Eighth Generation 839 

2040. Joseph" Averill, Jr. (Joseph 7 , William" 2nd, Samuel 5 , 
Job 4 , Job 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. Sept. 27, 1841, at Alna, Me., 
was a very handsome, bright and promising young man. He 
was in the Civil War with his brother Charles B., and was 
stationed at Baton Rouge as Corporal of Co. H, 21st Me. Regt. 
He m. Apr., 1859, Sarah E. Hall (dau. of Almond G. Hall of 
Newcastle, Me., and Christie A. Young of Nashwaak, N. B., his 
wife), b. Apr. 15, 1840. He d. May 2, 1863, of fever, at Baton 
Rouge, while in the army. 

Child : 
3335. i. Marcella 9 , b. July 5, 1861; m. John M. Stilphen of Dres- 
den, Me. 

2041. Edward* Averill (Joseph 7 , William" 2nd, Samuel 5 , 
Job*, Job 3 , William-, William'), b. Dec. 31, 1844, at Sheepscot, 
in Alna, Me., was a carpenter and painter, and lived at Jeffer- 
son, Me., where he was Post-Master. He was a Republican. He 
served in the Army during the Civil War, and re-enlisted for the 
rest of the war. He m. Oct. 31, 1870, at N. Whitefield, Me., 
Ruth Peaslee (dau. of Riley Peaslee of N. Whitefield and Sophia 
Dunton, his wife), b. Feb. 24, 1845, at N. Whitefield. 

Children (all b. at Jefferson) : 

Annie Lawrie 9 , b. May 13, 1871; d. June 16, 1873. 

Charles Edward 9 , b. Sept. 26, 1872. 

Blanche Edna , b. June 3, 1874. 

Henry Weeks 9 , b. Feb. 26, 1876. 

Wilbert Riley 9 , b. Jan. 1, 1878. 

Iva Clementine 9 , b. Dec. 5, 1881. 

Maud Sarah 9 , b. Oct. 31, 1884. 

2047. Albert H. 8 Averell (Hi ram 7 , William" 2nd , Samuel 7 ', J ob\ 

Job", William-, William 1 ), b. Mar. 27, 1851, at Readfield, Me., is 
a farmer and lives at Farmingdale, Me. He holds the copy of the 
bond given by Job (No. 54) Averell to Charles dishing when he 
was appointed Deputy Sheriff of Pownalboro. His bond is re- 
corded at Wiscasset. He m. Oct. 29, 1888, at Farmingdale, Me., 
Alice M. Brawn (dau. of John S. Brawn of Green, Me., and 
Lowell, Mass., and Annie F. Church, his wife), of Windsor, Me., 
b. Mar. 17, 1872, at Winthrop, Me. Mr. Averell is a very capa- 
ble, honest and earnest man, ever ready to help a fellow man in 
need. 



3336. 


i. 


3337. 


ii. 


3338. 


iii. 


3339. 


iv. 


3340. 


v. 


3341. 


vi. 


3342. 


vii. 



840 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

Children (all b. at Farmingdale) : 

3363. i. Ernest W. 9 , b. Dec. 5, 1890. 

3364. ii. Effie L.' j , b. Dec. 24, 1892. 

3365. iii. Charles Irving', b. Nov. 26, 1894. 

2049. Ida Eleonora 8 Averell (Hiram 7 , William® 2nd, Samuel 3 , 
Job*, Job 3 , William-, William'), b. June 30, 1858, at Farmingdale, 
Me.; m. Oct., 1887, at Gardiner, Me., Eugene Bachelder. 

Children : 

i. Eugene Earle" Bachelder. 
ii. Ruth May Bachelder. 
iii. Calvin Leslie' Bachelder. 

2052. Lizzie Frances" Averell {Samuel 7 , William* 2nd, Sam- 
uel", Job 1 , Job 3 , William-, William), b. Nov., 1862, at New Castle, 
Me.; m. (1?) Mr. Chase; m. (2?) Charles W. Allen. 

She d. Dec, 1885, at Medford, Ore. 
Children : 

i. Willie' Chase, b. 1880. 
ii. Clara 1 ' Chase, b. 1882. 
iii. Minnie Chase, b. 1883. 

2054. Samuel" Averell (Austin 7 , Samuel 6 , Samuel 5 , Job 4 , 
J nlr, William 1 , William'), b. Oct. 26, 1856, at New Castle, Me.; 
m. Jan. 25, 1886, at Alna, Me., Alma Chester Nelson (dau. of 
George T. Nelson of Alna and Eliza West, his wife), b. Jan. 20, 
1864. Mrs. Averell d. Jan. 13, 1903, Mr. Averell is still living 
at Sheepscot (Alna), Me. 
Children : 

3366. i. Gertrude Eliza , b. Dec. 7, 1888; m. Henry Weeks (No. 

3339) Averill. 

3367. ii. Thelma", b. , 189-. 

2056. Iva F. s Averell (Austin 7 , Samuel", Samuel 7 ', Job\ Job z , 
William 1 , William 1 ), b. Mar. 12, 1882; m. June 14, 1899, at Alna, 
Me., Howard H. Trussell (son of John Trussell of So. Newcastle, 
Mc, and Anna Elizabeth Walker, his wife). Mr. Trussell is a 
merchant and lives at Wiscasset. 

2057. Lawrence* Averell (Austin 7 , Samuel'', Samuel 3 , Job 4 , 
Job . William 2 , William'), b. May 1, 1891, at Alna. He is a stu- 
dent at Clark College. 



The Eighth Generation 841 

2058. Caroline 8 Averell (Joseph 7 , James", William 5 , Job*, 
Job 3 , William-, William 1 ), b. July 15, 1829, at Prospect (Sears- 
port), Me.; m. Mar. 25, 1855, at Alna, Me., Samuel T. Lowell 
(son of Samuel Lowell of Alna and Elizabeth McFadden, his 
wife), b. June 14, 1828, at Alna. 
Children (all b. at Alna) : 

i. Mary Jane 8 Lowell, b. Aug. 19, 1858. 
ii. Asa 9 Lowell, b. Nov. 13, 1859. 
iii. Flora 9 Lowell, b. Mar. 25, 1861. 
iv. Nellie 9 Lowell, b. Feb. 28, 1863. 
v. Julia A. 9 Lowell, b. Feb. 21, 1866; d. Apr. 17, 1870. 
vi. Samuel Truxton 9 Lowell, b. Feb. 7, 1868. (Said to bear a 
strong resemblance to Mr. Lawrence Lowell, Pres. of 
Harvard, who is of the same stock.) 
vii. Carrie Belle 9 Lowell, b. Mar. 18, 1871. 

All the above named children are married except Asa 
and Samuel Truxton. 

2060. Frank Wilbur" Averell (Joseph 1 , James", William 5 , 
Job*, Job 3 , William"-, William 1 ), b. Sept. 10, 1833, at Prospect 
(Searsport), Me., lived at Alna. He m. Sarah Elizabeth Simp- 
son, and died some years ago. 

Child: 

3368. i. Alice Maria 9 , b. at Alna; m. Mr. Wilbur Houdlette. 

2063. Elbridge* Averell (Joseph', James", William 5 , Job*, 
Job\ William-, William 1 ), b. Mar. 27, 1840, at Prospect (Sears- 
port), Me., lived at Richmond, Me. He m. (1) Kate Simmons; 
m. (2) Lucy Marshall. He d. July 17, 1890, at Richmond. 

Child : 

3369. i. Ralph 9 . 

2076. William Robert s Averell (Robert 7 , Moses", William", 
Job*, Job 3 , William-, William 1 ), b. Mar. 16, 1848, at Orono, Me.; 
m. (1) Luella Davis; m. (2) Lizzie Lewis. He was in the Civil 
War, a private in Co. D, 14th Me. Regt. He d. Feb. 1, 1886, at 
Orono. 

Child (by first wife) : 

3370. i. Catherine 9 . 

2077. Charles Allen" Averell (Robert 7 , Moses", William", 
Job*, Job% William-, William 1 ), b. 185-, at Orono, Me.; m. 
Helen Silsby of Hamden, Me., and lives at Houlton, Me. 



842 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 



Child : 

3371. i. Harold , b. , 187- 

2078. Nathan Allen" Averill (Robert 7 , Moses 6 , William 5 , 
Job 4 , Job 3 , William', William'), b. Sept. 27, 1852, at Oldtown, 
Me., is a merchant and has lived at Oldtown and Winn, Me. He 
m. (1) Dec. 12, 1884, at Bangor, Me., Charlotte Burnham Ches- 
ley (dan. of William H. Chesley of Winn and Emma J. Morrill, 
his wife), b. Dec. 17, 1862, at Lincoln, Me.; d. Mar. 27, 1890, at 
Winn. He m. (2) Oct. 17, 1894, at Bangor, Sona Grace Wallace 
(dan. of James H. Wallace of Carroll, Me., and Susan Moores, 
his wife), b. Apr. 19, 1865, at Carroll, Me. 

Child (by second wife) : 

3372. i. Robert Wallace , b. June 8, 1897, at Winn, Me. 

2084. Martha G. s Averill (Lather, Moses 6 , William 5 , Job\ 
Job-, William 2 , William 1 ), b. Mar. 17, 1863, at Oldtown, Me., has 
lived at Lincoln Centre and Houlton, Me., and Brookline, Mass. 
She m. Dec. 25, 1886, at Lincoln Centre, Hon. Llewellyn Powers 
(son of Arbla Powers of Pittsfiekl, Me., and Naomi Matthews, 
his wife), b. 1838, at Pittsfield. Mrs. Powers is a cultivated 
and attractive woman, of fine presence, resembling several other 
handsome women of the Averell-Averill-Avery stock in her reg- 
ular features, fair coloring and splendid physique. She is much 
admired in her native state. Mr. Powers has been for many 
years a man of marked ability. He was elected Governor of 
Maine in 1897-8, and 1898-9. 
Children : 

i. Walter Averill' Powers, b. Apr. 16, 1888, at Brookline, 

Mass. 
ii. Martha Pauline" Powers, b. Apr. 19, 1890, at Brookline, 

Mass. 
iii. Doris Virginia Powers, b. May 15, 1892. at Houlton, Me. 
iv. Ralph Averill' Powers, b. Sept. 24, 1893, at Houlton, Me. 
v. Margaret Llewellyn 9 Powers, b. Dec. 27, 1896, at Houl- 
ton, Mo. 

2088. Miles William s Averell (Miles 7 , Ebenezer 6 , William 5 , 
Job 1 , Job'; William-, William'), b. Jan. 30, 1838, at Alna, Me., 
was a farmer and lived at Alna. He m. there, abt. 1860 (?), 
Lauretta Pottle (dau. of Hiram Pottle of Alna, and Eliza Peas- 
lee, his wife). Mr. Averell was a soldier in the Civil War, and 



The Eighth Generation 843 

was stationed for a time at New Orleans, where he d. in the 
hospital. July 21, 1864. 
Children : 

3373. i. Herbert", b. 1862; is married and lives in Mass. 

3374. ii. Sarah", b. 1864; is married. 

2090. Albion* Averill (Ebenezer, Ebenezer 6 , William 7 ', Job\ 
Job", William\ William"), b. Jan. 30, 1832, at Alna, Me.; m. 
Sept. 12, 1858, Lorintha A. Ross of Nobleboro, Me. (dan. of 
John Ross of Ipswich, Mass., and Mary Colwell of Bowdonin- 
ham, Mass.). They live at Sheepscot, Me. 

Children : 

3375. i. Lucy M. 9 , b. Jan. 4, 1860; m. Nov. 24, 1880, George L. 

Marr of Alna, Me. They live at Wollaston, Mass., and 
have 5 children. 

3376. ii. Ervin H. 9 , b. Sept. 3, 1862; m. Dec. 23, 1889, Lucy Moody 

of Jefferson, Me. They live at Alna and have 1 child. 

3377. iii. Melvin E. 9 , b. Oct. 3, 1865; m. Mar. 18, 1890, Edith Ben- 

ner. They live at Freeport, Me., and have 1 child. 

3378. iv. Albion W. ; , b. Dec. 10, 1870; lives at home, unm. 

3379. v. Addie M.°, b. May 3, 1873; m. June 26, 1894, Ernest Weeks 

of Jefferson, Me.; lives at Jefferson. 

2092. Marietta" 1 Averill (Ebenezer 7 , Ebenezer*, William' , 
Job*, Job ? % William 2 , William 1 ), b. Feb. 4, 1837, at Alna, Me., 
lived at Alna, and after 1866 at Saugus, Me. She m. Oct. 2, 
1853, William Mills Tobin (son of Richard Tobin of Nobleboro 
and Christiana Mills, his wife), b. July 8, 1829. 
Children : 

i. Mary P. 9 Tobin, b. Sept. 16, 1854, at Alna; d. July 12, 

1856. 
ii. Florence Dunton 9 Tobin, b. Aug. 19, 1857, at Alna; m. 

Laura A. Bray, 
iii. William H. 9 Tobin, b. Jan. 30, 1860; m. Jennie M. Ryan. 
iv. Edgar S. 9 Tobin, b. Feb. 11, 1865; m. Jane Peabody. 

2125. Ezekiel* Averill (Christopher, Ezekiel*, John 5 , Job 4 , 
Job 3 , William", William'), b. Oct. 14, 1831, at Richmond, Me.; 
m. Apr. 19, 1863, at Charlestown, Mass., Mary J. Niles (dau. of 
Joseph W. Niles and Mary P. Rand, his wife), b. July 18, 1830, 
at Charlestown, Mass. He d. Nov. 14, 1894, at Winthrop, Mass. 



Averell, Averill, Avery Family 



Child: 

3400. i. George W. 9 , b. Jan. 12, 1864, at Charlestown; lives at Mel- 
rose, Mass. He m. Mar. 1, 1891, at Chelsea, Mass., Mary 
E. Kelley of Chicago, 111., b. May 31, 1872, at Cam- 
bridge, Mass. 

2126. Mary Elizabeth s Averill (Christopher, Ezekiel*, 
John 5 , Job\ Job 3 , William-, William 1 ), b. Dec. 16, 1832, at Rich- 
mond, Me., has lived at Wiscasset, Winneganee and Bath, Me. 
She m. Mar. 6, 1860, at Wiscasset, Alden Morse (son of Richard 
Morse and Jane Parker, his wife), b. July 2, 1811, at Winnega- 
nee; d. there, Mar. 7, 1875. 

Children (all b. at Winneganee) : 

i. Horace Gray 9 Morse, b. Jan. 7, 1861; d. Oct. 26, 1898; 

unm. 
ii. John A. 9 Morse, b. July 17, 1862; m. Dec. 15, 1892, at 

Charlestown, Mass., Leonia Brockway. 
iii. Clarixa W. 9 Morse, b. June 30, 1870; unm. 

2129. Emma Clara s Averill (John 7 , John*, John 5 , Job 4 , Job 3 , 
William 2 , William 1 ), b. Oct. 16, 1852, at Winthrop, Me., has 
lived at Tioga. Pa., Lake City and St. Paul, Minn., and Wash- 
ington, D. C. She m. Nov. 13, 1873, at Christ Church, St. Paul, 
the Hon. Wm. H. H. Stowell, member of Congress from Vir- 
ginia. He was b. July 26, 1840, at Windsor, Vt., and was the 
son of Sylvester Stowell of Windsor, Vt., later of Boston, Mass., 
and of Fanny Chandler Bowen, his wife. He comes from fine 
old New England and Welsh and English stock, being a member 
of or eligible to most of our patriotic societies. He was gradu- 
ated at the Boston English High School in 1856; was with the 
firm of C. O. Whitman and Sons, ship owners and East India 
importers and sugar refiners. He settled in Virginia in 1865 ; 
was U. S. Commissioner (Va.), 1865-69; Collector, Int. Rev. 
4th Dist., Va., 1869-71; Mem. 42nd, 43rd and 44th Congresses, 
1871-77. His chief work in Congress was on the Post Office 
Committee for six years, serving with Samuel Randall (after- 
ward Speaker of the House of Representatives), Joseph Can- 
non, the present Speaker of the House (1908), Thomas C. Piatt 
of Xew York and other eminent men. 



The Eighth Generation 845 

He built pulp and paper mills in conjunction with Gen. J. T. 
Averill, at Appleton, Wis., where he lived for a time ; and blast 
furnaces at Duluth, 1889, where he also lived a short time. The 
present place of residence of the Hon. and Mrs. Stowell is St. 
Paul. 

Children : 

i. John Averill 1 ' Stowell, b. Aug. 30, 1875, at St. Paul; d. 

July 7, 1880, at Appleton. 
ii. William Averill" Stowell, b. Mar. 29, 1882, at Appleton; 
m. Jan. 14, 1904, at San Bernardino, Cal., Mabel Gardner 

(dau. of Wm. H. Gardner and Alice — , his wife, 

of Buffalo, N. Y.). He was grad. at Princeton Univer- 
sity, 1904, and is now a student at Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity at Baltimore, Maryland. 

2131. Anna May s Averill (John 7 , John' 1 , John*, Job*, Job", 
William-, William'), b. Nov. 21, 1859, at Lake City, Minn.; was 
m. Dec. 17, 1890, at St. Paul, Minn., to Edwin Amos Jaggard, 
one of the most noted jurists of the Middle West. "He was a 
member of the Supreme Bench of Minnesota Be- 
fore he was a judge, he lectured on medical jurisprudence, and 

he wrote many papers He left behind him Jaggard 

on Torts, Jaggard on Taxation, Jaggard on Malicious Persecu- 
tion, Jaggard on False Imprisonment, Jaggard on Historical 
Anomalies in the Law of Libel and Slander." He was generally 
admired, and at his death in Bermuda, Feb., 1911, the tributes 
to his memory were numerous. One of special interest was in 
the Baltimore Evening Sun, Feb. 18, by Henry Edward Warren. 
He said that Judge Jaggard might have had the Governorship 
of the state had he not preferred the Bench, and also that the 
American Bar Association sent him abroad to report on com- 
parative law. 

He was especially happy in his domestic life and in a host 
of friends always glad to be with him in his fishing trips or at 
his fireside. His wife survives him. 

2133. Albert James 8 Averill (Anson 1 , James*, John 5 , Job\ 
Job 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. July 15, 1861, at San Francisco, 
Cal., is an orchardist, and lives at Monrovia, Cal. He m. July 4, 
1896, at San Diego, Cal., Lillie Virginia Robbins (dau. of Har- 



846 Averell, Averill, Avery Family 



vey Robbins and Martha Katherine Dobson, his wife), b. July 8, 
1862, at Norfolk, Va. 

Children (both b. at Monrovia, Cal.) : 

3401. i. MANLEY L. 9 , b. Aug. 17, 1898; d. Aug. 28, 1899, at Los 

Angeles, Cal. 

3402. ii. Albert Sherwood", b. Jan. 8, 1900. 

2144. Dora s Averill (Edwin 7 , Guy 6 , John 7 ', Job*, Job 3 , Will- 
iam', William'), b. , 18—, at Atkinson, Me.; lived at 

Kenduskeag, Me., and is living now in Massachusetts. She m. 
Abner Clemens of Kenduskeag. 
Children : 

i. Kossuth" Clemens; d. unm. 
ii. Nathan'' Clemens; d. unm. 

2147. Daniel Chase* Averill (Gay 7 , Ginf, John 7 ', Job", Job 5 , 
William-, William 1 ), b. May 24, 1853; lives at Atkinson, Me.; 
m. (1) Lucretia P. Walker (dau. of Charles Walker and Abigail 
Harrison, his wife), d. Feb. 26, 1886, at Atkinson. He m. (2) 
Oct. 5, 1896, Mrs. Lavina (Meder) Chase or Mace, dau. of 
Joseph Meder. 

Children (by first wife) : 

3403. i. Caroline Louise", b. May 2, 1878, at Atkinson, Me., grad. 

at high school, Kenduskeag, and normal school, Castine, 
1898. 

3404. ii. Abigail 1 ', b. June 18, 1882, at Kenduskeag. 

3405. iii. Henrietta", b. Oct. 16, 1885, lives with Augustus Walker's 

family at Winterburn, Pa. 

2149. Edwin Sumner* Averell (Guy 7 , Guy 6 , John 7 ', Jo6 4 , 
Job 3 , William', William'), b. Oct. 29, 1862, prob. at Atkinson, 
Me. ; m. Lena Evans. 

Child: 

3406. i. Henry Lewis 9 . 

2153. Jennie Gross 8 Averell (Guy 7 , Guy 6 , John 7 ', Job\ Job 3 , 
William 2 , William*), b. Sept. 6, 1875, at Atkinson, Me.; lives at 
Foxcroft, Me. She m. Anson Tewkesbury of Atkinson. 

Child: 

i. Anson Guy 9 Tewkesbury. 



The Eighth Generation 847 

2188. Walton Felch* Avery (Abiel 7 , Joseph", Enoch'', Is- 
rael 4 Averell, Job", William", William'), b. Oct. 30, 1866, at Sac- 
ramento, Cal., was for some time a pattern maker at Mare 
Island Navy Yard. He lived at Sacramento (3 yrs.), Vallejo 
(14 yrs.), Oakland (5 yrs.), and is living at the present time at 
San Francisco, Cal. He m. July 30, 1898, at Vallejo, Helen 
Barbe (clan, of Wilhelm Hermann Frederick Barbe of Amster- 
dam, Holland, and Johanna Christina Van Breemen, his wife), 
b. July 23, 1876, at Amsterdam, Holland. 

Children (all b. at Vallejo) : 

3417. i. Robert Walton' 1 , b. May 14, 1899. 

3418. ii. Norman Frederick 1 ', b. July 7, 1900. 

3419. iii. Russell Grant", b. Nov. 20, 1902. 

2201. Elmira Jeanette s Avery (Joseph 7 , Joseph", Enoch 5 , 
Israel* Averell, Job-, William", William 1 ), b. Apr. 18, 1869, at Jef- 
ferson, Me., and lived on part of the original farm of her great- 
grandfather Enoch Averell, and in an interesting old house built 
by her grandfather Joseph Averell a century ago. Unfortunately 
this house was burned in 1911. A duplicate of it was built by 
his brother Enoch at the same time and that also was burned, 
very many years ago ; as both contained unusually interesting 
and artistic details for farm houses their loss is greatly regret- 
ted. With her father's interest in education she, as an only 
child, was carefully raised and educated, and very naturally was 
the light of that old home. She was educated at Coburn Classical 
Institute at Waterville, Me., class of 1887. She was m. May 13, 
1893, to Rev. Geo. H. Hamlen, a Free Will Baptist missionary, 
who was the son of Charles Crocker Hamlen and Judith Ann 
Smiley, his wife. He was b. Feb. 22, 1866, at Sydney, Me. Mr. 
Hamlen was educated at Coburn Institute, class of 1886, Bates' 
College, class of 1890, Cobb Divinity School, class of 1893. 

After their marriage they were stationed at Balasore, India, 
about 130 miles from Calcutta. He is Principal of the Balasore 
Christian High School. Her duties as wife of a foreign mission- 
ary are those of a mother with dozens of children, and she seems 
to perform them with joy. She was in America in 1912. 



848 Aver ell, Ave rill, Avery Family 



The children of the Rev. George and Mrs. Elmira (Avery) 
Hamlen (all b. at India) were: 

i. Josefh Avery Hamlen, b. May 19, 1894, at Balasore, India. 
ii. Charles Elmer" Hamlen, b. Aug. 23, 1898, at Balasore, 

India. 
iii. Frank Henry" Hamlen, b. Sept. 8, 1901, at Balasore, India. 

2202. Ira s Avery (John 7 , Joseph 6 , Enoch 7 ', Israel 4 Averell, 
Job s , William 2 , William 1 ), b. Nov. 18, 1837, at Richmond, Me.; 
is a fruit grower, and has lived at Monte Rio and Newcastle, 
Cal. He m. Sept. 14, 1874, near Auburn, Cal., Seney Vandevere 
Bolles (dau. of Ralph Bolles of Eldorado, Cal., and Jerusha 
West, his wife), b. July 17, 1849, in Ohio. They are living at 
Newcastle, Placer Co., Cal. 

Children : 

3420. i. Burt", b. Apr. 14, 1876, at Emigrant Gap, Cal., has lived 

there and is now in Alaska (1906). 

3421. ii. Edith", b. July 17, 1884, at Emigrant Gap, was grad. from 

the Auburn High School, 1906. 

3422. iii. John C. 9 , b. Oct. 23, 1889, at Blue Cannon, Cal., is living 

at home. 

2204. Franklin* Avery (John 7 , Joseph''', Enoch 7 ', Israel* 
Am veil, Job 3 , William-, William'), b. Nov. 1, 1840, at Richmond, 
Me.; m. Feb. 21, 1870, at Sacramento, Cal., Abby Maria Gardner 
(dau. of Joseph Gardner and Sarah Jane Haskell, his wife), b. 
Feb. 19, 1846, at Foxcroft, Me. He lived at Richmond, Me., Sac- 
ramento and San Diego, Cal., Tacoma, Wash., and last at Oak- 
land, Cal., where he d. Dec. 15, 1903. He was a railroad fore- 
man. 

Children : 

3123. i. Alexander Gordon 9 , b. Dec. 9, 1870, at Sacramento; m. 
July 11, 1898, at Tacoma, Wash., Katharine Lee Hardy 
(dau. of Rufus Coleman Hardy and Sarah Burns, his 
wife), b. at Virginia, Nev. Mr. Avery studied law in 
Tacoma, and is now Assistant Division Counsel of the 
Northern Pacific R. R., and living at Tacoma. 
3424. ii. Edna Irene 9 , b. July 6, 1876, at Sacramento, is a culti- 
vated and interesting woman and lives at Tacoma. 



The Eighth Generation 849 

2212. Enoch" Avery, Jr. {Enoch 7 , Enoch*, Enoch 6 , Israel* 
Avcrell, Job 3 , William-, William 1 ), b. July 3, 1828, at Frankfort, 
Me. He lived at Westerly, R. I., for some years. He m. (1) 
Nov. 19, 1848, Hannah J. Severance, b. Jan. 1, 1828, bap. at 
Grace Church. Westerly, Nov. 2, 1873 ; d. Oct. 8, 1875, at Win- 
terport, Me. He m. (2) Nov. 24, 1877, Mrs. Annie Dunbar 
(nee Ritchie) . He d. Nov. 13, 1884. 
Children : 

3425. i. Melvina J. 9 , b. Sept. 2, 1850; d. Apr. 5, 1856. 

3426. ii. Enoch Franklin 9 , b. Oct. 14, 1854; bap. at Grace Church, 

Westerly, Aug., 1881; lived at Winterport and Westerly. 
He m. Mar. 21, 1876, at Grace Church, Westerly, Mary 
E. Brown. He d. Nov. 19, 1877. His widow m. (2) 
Mar. 2, 1893, George T. Bacon of Jacksonville, Fla. She 
had a letter from Grace Church, Westerly, Aug., 1881, 
to the church in Jacksonville. 

3427. iii. Amelia E. 9 , b. May 17, 1857; d. Sept. 27, 1862. 

3428. iv. Leonora Estella 9 , b. Jan. 10, 1861; m. Marcus L. Curtis. 

3429. v. Carrie Lizzie 9 , b. Mar. 18, 1863; m. Charles E. Shaw. 

2214. Sarah J. 8 Avery (Enoch 7 , Enoch'', Enoch-', Israel* 
Avcrell, Job", William 2 , William 1 ), b. Mar. 9, 1832, at Frankfort 
(Winterport), Me., lived at Prospect Ferry and Ellsworth, Me. 
She m. Dec. 28, 1848, Parker Witham (son of Benjamin Witham 
of Prospect, Me., and Tryphena Harriman, his wife), b. 1829, 
at Prospect. He d. 1887, at Togus, Me. She d. Jan. 1, 1886, 
at Ellsworth, Me. 

Children (all b. at Prospect) : 

i. Charles M. 9 Witham, b. 1850; m. Lizzie J. Hurd. 
ii. Sarah E.° Witham, b. 1852; d. 1873, at Belfast, Me. 
iii. Frederick P. 9 Witham, b. 1854; m. Ardella Moore, 
iv. Orlando A. 9 Witham, b. 1856. 

2215. Mellen s Avery {Enoch 7 , Enoch*, EnocliJ', Israel* 
Averell, Job", William 2 , William 1 ), b. Feb. 24, 1834, at Frankfort, 
Me., was a stone cutter and lived at Winterport, Me. He m. 
Dec. 26, 1852, Belinda Bowden (dau. of Elisha Bowden of Win- 
terport and Silvina Colson, his wife) , b. Nov. 6, 1832, at Win- 
terport. He d. June 2, 1872, at Winterport; and his widow m. 

(2) Mr. Littlefield and was living in 1898 (?) at West 

Hampden, Me. 



850 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 



Children (all but one b. at Winterport) : 

3430. i. Ella", b. June 11, 1858. 

3431. ii. Fred", b. Jan. 4, 1860; is married. 

3432. iii. Ashley 1 ', b. Jan. 1, 1861; d. July 30, 1869. 

3433. iv. Edward , b. Mar. 16, 1863, at Blue Hill, Me.; d. Aug. — , 

1865. 

3434. v. Ida 1 ', b. Apr. 11, 1865; is married. 

2216. Edward* Avery 2nd (Enoch 7 , Enoch'', Enoch*, Israel* 
Averell, Job--, William-, William'), b. Dec. 14, 1835, at Frankfort, 
Me., was a stone cutter and lived at Frankfort, Winterport, 
Prospect, Vinalhaven and Bangor, Me. He m. Sept. 19, 1857, 
at Stockton, Me., Marian Martell Crocker (dau. of Enoch 
Crocker of Prospect and Matilda D., his wife), b. Oct. 5, 1842, 
at Prospect. He d. May 1, 1882, at Vinalhaven. Mr. Avery was 
a volunteer in the Civil War, his loyalty to the Flag follows down 
through two generations. 

Children : 

3435. i. George Walter 1 ', b. May 3, 1858, at Frankfort; m. Mary 

E. Coombs. 

3436. ii. Charles Wallace 9 , b. Aug. 28, 1860, at Winterport; d. 

Feb. 29, 1864, at Prospect. 

3437. iii. Ellen Maria 1 ', b. July 6, 1862, at Prospect; d. there 

Aug. 12, 1864. 

3438. iv. Albert Lewis", b. May 27, 1869, at Prospect; m. Abbie L. 

Lowell. 

3439. v. Cora Frances 1 ', b. July 16, 1872, at Prospect, was educated 

at the common schools of Vinalhaven and Bangor and 
the Bangor High School, and received the Holton Gold 
Medal. She was afterwards a book-keeper, and d. Sept. 
6, 1894, at Bangor. 

2218. Mary E. 8 Avery (Enoch 7 , Enoch 1 ', Enoch 7 ', Israel' 
Averell, Job-, William", William'), b. July 1, 1840, at Frankfort, 
Me., lived at Winterport, Me. She m. May 17, 1857, Hiram 
Holmes of Frankfort (now Winterport), b. Oct. 18, 1809. He 
d. Aug. 4, 1884; she d. Mar. 13, 1885. 
Children: 

i. Harry A. 1 ' Holmes, b. Mar. — , 1858; d. Mar. — , 1861. 
ii. Flora E." Holmes, b. Sept. 9, 1859; m. George L. Gilman. 
iii. Luella F. 1 ' Holmes, b. Apr. 24, 1863; m. Wellington M. 
I I owes. 



The Eighth Generation 851 

iv. Lizzie J." Holmes, b. , 186- ; d. some years ago. 

v. Herbert G. ; ' Holmes, b .Mar. 14, 1868, at Winterport; m. 

Annie Sullivan, 
vi. Harriet L. 1 ' Holmes, b. May 17, 1871, at Winterport; m. 

George M. Knox. 

2220. Melinda Alice" Avery (Enoch 7 , Enoch'', Enoch", Is- 
rael' Averell, Job", William-, William 1 ), b. Oct. 3, 1844, at Frank- 
fort, Me. ; m. May 4, 1867, at Lewiston, Me., Andrew Conlon, 

b. Sept. 8, 1843. They live at Fall River, Mass. 
Children : 

i. H. Elmer'-' Conlon. b. Mar. 17, 1868. 

ii. Ernest P." Conlon, b. Jan. 21, 1872; m. Aug. 17, 1896, 

Mary A. Albert, 
iii. Franklin A. 1 ' Conlon, b. Feb. 21, 1879; d. Jan. 20, 1883. 

2223. Phoebe Eva s Avery (Enoch 7 , Enoch", Enoch 5 , Israel' 
Averell, Job-, William-, William 1 ), b. Oct. 1, 1852, at Frankfort, 
Me.; m. Feb. 2, 1875, Leon Carleton of Winterport, Me. She d. 
Sept., 1880. 
Children : 

i. Percy O. 14 Carleton, b. Aug. 12, 1875. 
ii. Willie E. ; ' Carleton, b. Oct, 14, 1877. 

2225. Adoniram Judson* Avery (Leirman 7 , Enoch'-, Enoch 7 ', 
Israel' Averell, Job", William", William 1 ), b. Nov. 16, 1838, at 
Jefferson, Me., was a stone cutter and lived at Jefferson. He m. 
Nov. 6, 1859, at Portsmouth, N. H., Hannah M. Linscott (dau. 
of Samuel Linscott of York, Me., and Nancy Nowell, his wife), 
b. Oct. 8, 1836, at York, Me. 
Children : 

3440. i. Wesley 1 *, b. Sept. 7, 1860, at York. 

3441. ii. Frank", b. Aug. 25, 1863, at Jefferson; d. there, Jan. 9, 

1874. 

3442. iii. Lilla ; ', b. Jan. 5, 1868, at Jefferson. 

2227. George E. 8 Avery (Leirman 7 , Enoch 6 , Enoch 7 ', Israel* 
Averell, Job", William', William 1 ), b. Apr. 20, 1848, at Jefferson, 
is a blacksmith and lives at Weeks Mills and China, Me. He m. 
Laura Sprague (dau. of Charles Sprague of Jefferson, Me., and 
Eunice Hislar, his wife), b. May 21, 1855, at Jefferson; she d. 
there, May 28, 1881. 



852 Averell. Averill, Avery Family 



Children (all b. at Jefferson) : 

3443. i. Georgia 9 , b. Sept. 11, 1872; d. Oct. 17, 

3444. ii. Nellie L. 9 , b. Mar. 16, 1874. 

3445. iii. Addie A. c ', b. Mar. 20, 1875. 

3446. iv. Laura B. 9 , b. June 17, 1876. 

3447. v. Grace A. 9 , b. Dec. 11, 1877. 

3448. vi. Clarence', b. May 28, 1879. 

3449. vii. Harry', b. May 16, 1881. 

2228. Newell Eddy 8 Avery (Lewman 7 , Enoch*, Enoch 5 , Is- 
rael' Averell, Job 3 , William"-, William 1 ), b. Nov. 28, 1850, at Jef- 
ferson, Me., is a prosperous farmer and business man, and has 
lived at Cooper's Mills and Whitefield, Me. He m. May 23, 1876, 
at Whitefield, Mary Louise (Howe) Avery — widow of Joseph 
Dunton Avery (No. 1187) — and dau. of Hiram E. Howe of 
Whitefield, Me., and Louisa B. Kincaid, his wife. She was b. 
Nov. 14, 1845, at Whitefield. 

Children (both b. at Whitefield) : 

3450. i. Mary E. 9 , b. Sept. 16, 1878. 

3451. ii. Edna F.°, b. July 14, 1882. 

2230. Mercy Ann s Avery (Prentiss 7 , Enoch*, Enoch 5 , Israel* 
Averell, Job", William 2 , William 1 ), b. July 3, 1841, at Carmel, 
Me.; m. Isaiah A. Crockett. She d. Oct. 31, 1862, at Bucksport, 
Me. 

Child : 

i. Albert' Crockett, d. y. 

2234. Eunice Mayo s Avery (Prentiss 7 , Enoch 6 , Enoch 5 , Is- 
rael* Averell, Job 5 , William 2 , William'), b. Feb. 14, 1849, at 
Boyd's Corner, Winterport, Me., and lives at Winterport. She 
m. there, Oct. 13, 1867, Charles E. Campbell (son of Theodore 
Mclntire Campbell of Frankfort, Me., and Barbara Grey of 
Sedgewick, Me., his wife) , b. May 2, 1845, at Frankfort. 

Children : 

i. Minnie May' Campbell, b. Apr. 2, 1872, at Prospect, Me. 
ii. Avery' Campbell, b. Aug. 14, 1877, at Winterport, Me. 
iii. Eliza Ethel Campbell, b. Oct. 24, 1879, at Winterport, 
Me. 



The Eighth Generation 853 



2236. Sewell Edwin' Avery (Prentiss", Enoch", Enoch 5 , Is- 
rael 4 Averell, Job 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. Sept. 19. 1853, at 
Frankfort (now Winterport) , Me., has lived at Frankfort and 
Yinalhaven, Me., and Bloomington, 111. He is Supt. of the Reed 
Stone Quarries at Bedford and Bloomington. He is a Republi- 
can and a Free Mason. He m. (1) Nov. 18. 1874, Susie H. 
Turner (dau. of Benjamin Turner of Somerville. Me., and Maria 
Jones, his wife), b. Mar. 31, 1855, at Somerville, Me.; d. there 
Mar. 31, 1876. He m. (2) Dec. 10. 1878. at Bedford, Ind., 
Miranda C. Reath (dau. of Jacob Reath of Bedford and Theo- 
dora Hoffman, his wife), b. Apr. 22. 1858. at Bedford. She is a 
graduate of the public schools and of Chautauqua, and a mem- 
ber of the Episcopal Church. 

Children (by first wife) : 

3452. i. Susie RV. b. Mar. 26. 1876. at Somerville. Me. 

(by second wife) (all b. at Bedford, Ind.) : 

3453. ii. Natalia 9 b. Feb. 22. 1880; d. Aug. 22, 1880. 

3454. iii. Florence May', b. Dec. 6. 1888. 

3455. iv. James Melyix\ b. Jan. 31. 1892. 

2237. Charles Delbert" Avery (Prentiss 7 , Enoch 8 , Enoch'-, 

Israel* Averell. Job 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. Apr. 29. 1856. at 
Frankfort. Me., is a lumber dealer and has lived at Frankfort, 
Me., and at Detroit. Jackson and Ann Arbor. Mich. He m. (1) 
Apr. 29, 1878. at Detroit, Annie Frances Mainville (dau. of 
Jean B. Mainville of Amherstberg. Canada (a Frenchman by 
birth), and Frances Helen Allen (en English woman), his wife), 
b. Oct. 12. 1856. at Amherstberg. She d. Apr. 8, 1890, at De- 
troit. He m. (2) May 19. 1891. at St. Johns. Mich.. Cornelia 
Frances Knapp (dau. of Elijah Russell Knapp of Churchville, 
X. Y.. and Fannie Parnell Hutchinson, his wife) , b. Jan. 18. 
1859. at Churchville. X. Y. 
Child (by first wife) : 

3456. i. Marie Grace, b. Feb. 1. 1880. at Detroit, was grad. at the 

Ann Arbor Conservatory of Music, and is now a teacher 
of music. 

2239. Rev. Newell Augustus" Avery {Edward?, Enoch', 
Enoch 5 , Israel 4 Averell. Job 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. June 30, 
1847, at Prospect, Me., was educated at Bucksport and at Bates 
College. Lewiston. Me., and was grad. from Bates Theological 



854 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 



School, now Cobb Divinity School, in 1880. He received a license 
to preach in 1874, and July 4, 1875, was ordained as minister in 
the Baptist Church at Islesboro, Me. He held one pastorate 
before taking his theological course, and one during the course. 
After graduation he settled first at Epsom, N. H., then in suc- 
cession at Water Village and Ossipee; and in 1888 was called 
to Manchester, and in 1895 to Alton, N. H., at which time he 
was also chosen Chaplain of the New Hampshire Legislature. 
Illness forced him to discontinue his ministerial work for a 
time, but he has been since 1906 the Pastor of the Ashland 
Free Baptist Church, at Ashland, N. H. He was m. May 19, 
1881, at Wells, Me., to Sarah Chase Goodwin (dau. of George 
Goodwin of Wells Branch, Me., and Hadessa Chase, his wife), 
b. June 27, 1847, at Wells. She w T as grad. from the Maine State 
Seminary, now Bates College, at Lewiston, Me., class of 1867 ; 
and as she had always been identified with the church work in 
which her parents were actively engaged, and especially her 
mother, she became a very valuable assistant to her husband in 
his life work, and in the special work of the Baptist Church. 

Child: 

3457. i. George Goodwin", b. July 14, 1882, at Wells, Me., was 

drowned July 4, 1898, at Robert's Cove, Lake Winnipe- 
saukee, near Alton, N. H. 

2240. George Alden s Avery {Edward?, Enoch 6 , Enoch 5 , 
Israel 4 Averell, Job 3 , William-, William'), b. May 2, 1849, at 
Prospect, Me., is a farmer, quarry owner and stone cutter, and 
lives at Prospect Ferry, Prospect, in the homestead of his father. 
He is one of the most respected men of the town ; a man of 
scrupulous honesty and sincerity, very loyal to all his friends 
and faithful to all trusts. He m. Apr. 12, 1873, at Monroe, Me., 
Anna Gertrude Pierce (dau. of Augustus Pierce, who was b. at 
Salem, Mass., and lived at Prospect, Me., and of Mary Jane Hall 
of Long Island, Me., his wife). Mrs. Avery is a beautiful Chris- 
tian woman, a noble wife and mother, and much loved by her 
friends. 

Children (both b. at Prospect) : 

3458. i. LULU Pierce 1 ', b. July 24, 1879, was educated at Bucksport, 

Me., and at Abbott Academy, Andover, Mass., from 



The Eighth Generation 855 

where she was graduated, class of 1902. She taught in 
the public schools of Winthrop, Me., from the autumn 
of 1902 until her marriage, Aug. 1, 1907, at her father's 
residence, to Edwin C. Clifford, Supt. of Public Schools 
for ten years at Winthrop, Me., where they now reside. 
Mr. Clifford has three children by a previous marriage. 

3459. ii. Edward", b. July 30, 1886; m. Bertha Mae Pettee. 

2241. Edward Franklin* Avery (Edward', Enoch 9 , Enoch 7 ', 
Israel 4 Averell, Job 3 , William-, William'), b. Jan. 11, 1851, at 
Prospect, Me., was trained to work in granite — his father's 
business. He was an unusually capable and efficient man in 
this line, doing thoroughly first class work. His splendid 
strength and accuracy in detail were noted among those who 
knew him. Ill health forced him to retire from such hard work 
during the last years of his life. He m. (1) Dec. 14, 1872, Mary 
P. Kallah (dau. of William F. Kallah of S. Thomaston, Me., and 
Ann Maria Hayden, his wife), b. May 30, 1854, at S. Thomas- 
ton, where they lived some years. She d. Sept. 12, 1884, at 
Vinalhaven, Me. He m. (2) Apr. 8, 1893, at Barre, Vt., Annie 
Ruth Brown, dau. of Philip Brown of Cornwallis, N. S., and 
Mary A. Hicks, his wife. They lived at Hallowell, Me. Mr. 
Avery d. May 14, 1910, in the home of his sister, Mrs. Goodwin, 
at Hallowell, Me. 

Children (both b. at S. Thomaston) : 

3460. i. John Frederick', b. Oct. 1, 1873; m. Mary Elizabeth Sim- 

mons. 

3461. ii. Jane Eliza", b. Sept. 22, 1877; m. Harold Edward Jack- 

man. 

2242. Byron Cousins" Avery (Edward 7 , Enoch*, Enoch?, 
Israel' Averell, Job 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. Nov. 13, 1853, at 
Prospect, Me., m. there, Mar. 24, 1878, Almeda Harriman, dau. 
of Albert Harriman of Stockton and later of Prospect, Me., and 
Rebecca Ginn, his wife. Mrs. Avery comes from good old New 
England stock, and is one of the leaders in all good works done 
in Prospect ; she is a faithful Christian, a good wife and 
mother and very highly esteemed. Mr. Avery kept a country 
store at Prospect Ferry, with his father-in-law, Mr. Harriman, 
and continued the business for a short time after Mr. Harri- 



856 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

man's death. He was trained like all his father's sons, in gran- 
ite cutting, a work in which he is now engaged. They reside at 
the old Harriman homestead at "The Ferry" on the west bank 
of the Penobscot, facing Bucksport, and close beside Fort Knox. 
When troops were last stationed at the Fort, during the Spanish 
American War, Mr. and Mrs. Avery with other townspeople 
were especially kind to those who were not well, and to the 
forlorn young men, who were homesick and ill under the first 
strain of hard physical labor in this unaccustomed service. 
Children (all b. at Prospect Ferry) : 

3462. i. Herman , b. Oct. 3, 1879, was m. by Rev. Robert Sutcliffe, 

at Prospect Ferry, Sept. 18, 19 — , to Rose Mudgett 

(dau. of Mudgett and , his 

wife). He is in the employment of the Union Iron 
Works of Bangor, Me., and lives at Brewer. 

3463. ii. Albert Edward", b. Jan. 9, 1882. 

3464. iii. Evelyn Roberts''. 

2243. Christiana Cousins 8 Avery (Edivard 3 , Enoch*, 
Enoch 5 , Israel* Aver ell, Job 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. Jan. 11, 
1857, at Prospect, Me., lives at Hallowell, Me. She m. Apr. 19, 
1878, at Bucksport, Me., Frederick Roscoe Goodwin, son of 
George Goodwin of Wells Branch, Me., and Hadassa Chase, his 
wife. Mrs. Goodwin's brother, Rev. Newell A. Avery, m. Mr. 
Goodwin's sister, so these two families are especially united. 
Mrs. Goodwin inherited the musical instincts of her family, and 
combined with her duties as wife and mother has been identified 
with church choirs, both as singer and organist, and has also 
taught music. Mr. Goodwin is a specialized granite worker at 
Hallowell. He is very fond of music, a fine vocalist, and has 
been a leading singer in Augusta and Hallowell churches for 
many years. As their children are also musical and all are 
i nl (Tested in the annual music festivals now held in Maine, their 
home — a remarkably cheerful and happy one — is a center for 
music lovers. 

Children (both b. at Vinal Haven, Me.) : 

i. Herbert Roscoe' 1 Goodwin, b. Jan. 5, 1879; was grad. at 
the Hallowell High School. He is one of the partners 
of a leading boot and shoe firm at Augusta, Me. He is 
also a leader in eh. choirs. 



The Eighth Generation 857 

ii. Clara Avery'' Goodwin, b. Sept. 20, 1882, was grad. at 
the Hallowell High School, class 1900, and sings with 
her father in the choir of the M. E. Ch. at Hallowell. 
She was m. Aug. 20, 1907, to Mr. Clarence Henry Tur- 
ner, of Hallowell. Their dau. Margaret Christine Tur- 
ner was b. July 4, 1909, and was bap. June 19, 1910. 

2244. Edward Orlando s Avery (Newell 7 , Enoch*, Enoch 5 , 
Israel 4 Averell, Job 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. Oct. 23, 1844, at 
Bradley, Me., was educated at the public schools of Port Huron, 
Mich., and entered Kalamazoo College, Mich., at the opening 
of the Civil War. The fever of patriotism spread so fast in this 
small college that it carried away very many of the students ; 
and he, being also infected, enlisted there before he was eight- 
een. With his father's consent he remained in the army, serv- 
ing in the Third Michigan Infantry in Co. H, as a non-commis- 
sioned officer, under Col. John Atkinson, from 1863 to the close 
of the War, and was associated in the service with many of his 
own town and college mates. 

After the War he entered the lumber yards of Avery, Mur- 
phy and Co., at Chicago, 111., where he remained a few years 
learning this business ; he was then transferred to the lumber 
yards of Bodley, Avery and Co., at Toledo, Ohio, in which his 
father was interested, and in which he became a partner. 

He was m. at Port Huron, Sept. 14, 1869, by Rev. James H. 
Hoyt, to Flora Thompson Huntington (dau. of Franklin Willis 
Huntington of Port Huron, formerly of Canton, N. Y., and 
Susan Maria Kingsbury, his wife), b. Jan. 27, 1846, at Canton 
(see Huntington Gens.). They resided for a time at Toledo, 
but soon removed to Alpena, Mich., where he became a partner 
in the firm of Richardson, Avery & Co., lumber manufacturers, 
in which his father, and Mr. Simon J. Murphy, his father's 
business associate, were partners. By mutual consent this part- 
nership was dissolved in 1876, and Mr. Avery engaged in the 
lumber business at Alpena by himself, personally superintend- 
ing all of his business. In 1881 he rebuilt a large saw mill lo- 
cated on the shore of Thunder Bay, and continued to operate 
this mill, one of the finest in the State, until his death, which 
occurred at the residence of his mother, Oct. 8, 1899, at De- 



858 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 



troit, Mich. Mr. Avery owned some farms and fine stock and 
was very fond of farming, and especially noted for his Jersey 
herd of cattle, which was sacrificed to the tuberculosis craze. 

He was a member of the Advisory Council on Farm Culture 
of the World's Fair Congress, which convened in Chicago in 
1893. 

His hospitality was noted, and his family enjoyed with 
him the pleasures and cares of entertaining throngs of friends 
at their summer home at Long Lake (now the Alpena Country 
Club), and at his other farms, where their guests had the best 
of hunting and fishing in their seasons. 

Mr. Avery was a Republican, and active in the politics of 
his town and state, and at one time a nominee for Mayor. He 
was deeply interested in the development of his city and county, 
toward which he rendered active and practical aid. He was a 
member of the Grand Army of the Republic, a man of high 
standing, and charitable to an unusual degree in ways not made 
public. 

His death occurred after a severe illness, and was pro- 
nounced "a public calamity." He was called "a man without 
an enemy ; a citizen without blemish ; the personal friend of 
everybody in town, and universally esteemed and respected by 
all who knew him." 

Mrs. Avery is a woman of very gentle nature, deep affec- 
tions, and is the most loyal of friends. She survives her hus- 
band and resides at Detroit, Mich., keeping a summer home, 
called Stony Ledge, on the Long Lake Farm. 

The child of Orlando and Flora (Huntington) Avery was: 

3465. i. Ruth Huntington 1 ', b. Nov. 6, 1872, at Alpena, Mich., the 
only child of her parents. She was grad. from the 
Alpena Hig'h School, and was a student at Miss Her- 
sey's School at Boston, Mass. In 1894 she travelled 
abroad, and after her return became much interested in 
free kindergarten work in her own town. Later she 
took at Chicago the prescribed course of study for this 
line of work, and receiving her diploma, then engaged 
in the practical work of teaching little children in the 
Alpena Free Kindergarten Association. She was m. 
June 14, 1899, at her father's residence at Alpena, to 
Hon. Henry Killmaster Gustin (son of Richard P. Gus- 



The Eighth Generation 859 

tin of Bay City, Mich., formerly of London, Ont., and 
Rachel S. Killmaster, his wife), who was b. at Bay City, 
May 12, 1868. He was a student at the University of 
Michigan (Literary Dept.), 1886, 1888, and in the Law 
Dept. 1891, '92. He is a lawyer, and has been a member 
of the State Legislature from the Alpena District. On 
Oct. 25, 1899, four months after her marriage and two 
weeks after her father's death, Mrs. Gustin died very 
suddenly at her home in Alpena — a home, which, as a 
bride, she had barely entered. She was a beautiful 
young woman, of rare character, and especially beloved 
by all classes of people in her home town. At the time 
of her death she was President of the Alpena Free Kin- 
dergarten Association, with which she had closely iden- 
tified herself for some years; and as a tribute to her 
memory, and a testimonial of love and esteem, the Asso- 
ciation was renamed "The Ruth Avery Free Kinder- 
garten Association." 

2245. Darius Newell" Avery (Newell 7 , Enoch", Enoch 5 , 
Israel' Averdl Job 3 , William-, William 1 ), b. Jan. 10, 1846, at 
Bradley, Me., lived about twelve years at Port Huron, Mich., 
where he attended the public schools of that town. 

He was at Kalamazoo College, Mich., during a part of the 
Civil War (1863-4), when the enlistment of his eldest brother 
(who was also a student there), and of many other students, so 
diminished the general zeal for study, and his in particular, that 
he did not continue his college course, but, though a mere youth, 
became at once an employee in his father's business. He was 
at this time especially fond of all sorts of out of door sports, and 
expert in all — hunting, fishing and skating, and was an especially 
fine marksman. Soon after attaining his majority, he and 
Charles H. Murphy, a son of his father's chief partner, were 
established in a business of their own in Michigan, under the 
name of Avery, Murphy and Sons ; a few years later he became 
the partner of Col. George Fuller of Bangor, Me., later of 
Michigan, in a large lumbering business in the western part of 
that State, the firm name being Fuller and Avery. Their mills 
were at Muskegon where both lived for several years. Mr. 
Avery was therefore another of the fifth generation in direct 
line engaged in this business. 



860 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

He m. June 24, 1873, at Bangor, Me., Elizabeth Holbrook 
Dole dau. of Charles E. Dole, Esq., of Bangor, and later of 
Portland, Me., and of Abigail Mariner, his wife. They resided 
first at Detroit and later at Muskegon, but in 1877, after the 
death of Mr. Avery's father, Mr. Newell Avery, they settled 
permanently at Detroit, where Mr. Avery as one of the executors 
of his father's estate devoted himself most unselfishly to its 
management, assisted by his younger brothers. 

In the course of years his timber and lumber interests were 
extended into a few of the Southern States ; and he also en- 
gaged in other lines of business. At the time of his death, which 
occurred at Detroit, May 2, 1899, he was one of the managers 
of the Newell Avery Estate, Vice Pres. of the Detroit, Belle Isle 
and Windsor Ferry Co., and Pres. of the Forest Lawn Cem. Co., 
of which he was an original incorporator. 

He was an officer or director in several other organizations, 
a member of the Detroit Commandery of Knights Templar, and 
a director of the Old Club (Lake), St. Clair Flats, one of the 
oldest and most popular fishing and shooting clubs near Detroit, 
and in which he took great pleasure. His advice was often 
sought in the business affairs and in the adjustment of the busi- 
ness perplexities of his friends, as he was an eminently just 
and conciliatory man. He was a very loyal and generous friend, 
and "a good type of sturdy American manhood." 

Mrs. Avery survives her husband, but has no permanent 
residence. She has a striking resemblance to her father, both 
physically and mentally, and inherited from him a great love 
of nature and of poetry, and also a ready wit. She is naturally 
very gifted, like many other members of her family, and is very 
domestic in her tastes. 

2248. Nancy Margaret" Avery (Newell 7 , Enoch*, Enoch 5 , 
Israel" Aver ell, Job 3 , William-, William'), b. May 16, 1852, at 
Bradley, Me., passed most of her life at Detroit, Mich. She 
was educated there at the Detroit Seminary, and studied music 
in Boston. She m. Oct. 15, 1879, at St. Peter and Paul's 
Church, Detroit, Henry Whipple Skinner, son of Edwin Adol- 
phus Skinner of Detroit and Catherine Sophia Whipple, his 



The Eighth Generation 861 

wife, who was the dau. of Maj. John and Archange (Peletier) 
Whipple. Mr. Skinner* was b. at Detroit, June 8, 1852, and was 
educated there and at Harvard University, where he was a stu- 
dent (Law School, 1888-91). He was a member of the Harvard 
Hasty Pudding Club and Colonial Club of Cambridge. He is a 
member of the University Club of Detroit, and of most of our 
so called "patriotic" societies. Mr. and Mrs. Skinner were very 
musical, very domestic, very simple and congenial in their 
tastes and devoted to their families and immediate friends. She 
was a gentle and affectionate woman with the nature of a little 
child. She d. at Detroit, Aug. 24, 1884. 

The children of Henry Whipple and Nancy (Avery) Skin- 
ner were : 

i. (Infant Dau.) Skinner, b. and d. Oct. 5, 1880, at Detroit, 
ii. Joseph M. 9 Skinner, b. and d. Aug. 23, 1884, at Detroit. 

MEMORANDA. 

* Mr. Skinner m. (2) Miss Henrietta Channing Dana, dau. of Rich- 
ard Henry Dana and Sarah Watson, his wife, of Cambridge, Mass. They 
have one son, Richard Dana Skinner, b. Apr. 21, 1893. He entered Har- 
vard in 1911. 

2249. George Edwin* Avery (Newell 7 , Enoch 6 , Enoch 5 , 
Israel* Averell, Job 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. Apr. 18, 1854, at 
Port Huron, Mich., lived nearly all his life at Detroit, Mich. He 
was educated at the Detroit public schools, and at Olivet Col- 
lege, Mich. He was m. at Detroit, May 8, 1878, by Rev. Zachary 
Eddy, D. D., to Fannie Elida Tarbell, dau. of George Saunders 
Tarbell of Detroit, formerly of Bromfield, Mass., and Albany, 
N. Y., and of Frances Barker, his wife. She is a very domestic 
woman, with gentle manners, and very youthful in appearance. 
He was President of the Detroit, Belle Isle and Windsor Ferry 
Co., of the Forest Lawn Association and a director of other 
organizations. For many years he served as a City Commis- 
sioner on the Board of the Detroit House of Correction, being 
President several times. This was his only public office. This 
reformatory is one of the most noted institutions of the kind in 
America, and during the time of his service was a great finan- 
cial success. Mr. Avery was a Republican in politics; a mem- 
ber of the Detroit Club, and of the Old Club at St. Clair Flats. 



862 Aver ell, Ave rill, Avery Family 

He was essentially a man's man, with a genial spirit, a very 
keen and original sense of humor, and had a large circle of 
devoted friends. He d. Tuesday evening, Nov. 15, 1910, at his 
residence, 50 Selden Ave., surrounded by his family and his 
brothers and sisters. His aged and devoted mother survived 
him to her great sorrow. 
Children : 

3466. i. Bessie Tarbell", b. Mar. 21, 1879, at Detroit; m. Sherman 

Miller McFedries. 

3467. ii. Newell", b. Dee. 6, 1881; drowned June 12, 1897. 

3468. iii. George Edwin Jr.'', b. Oct. 25, 1884; m. Elizabeth Bird. 

2250. John Herbert" Avery (Newell 7 , Enoch 6 , Enoch 5 , Is- 
rael* Averell, Job 3 , William-, William'), b. July 29, 1855, at 
Bradley, Me., where the family had returned for a visit, was 
educated at the Detroit public schools and at the University 
of Michigan, from which he graduated in the Pharmacy Dept. 
in 1877. He continued his studies in chemistry at the Mass. 
Institute of Technology until forced from ill health to retire. 
He then followed in the foot-steps of his ancestors, obtaining 
his training in the lumber business in the firm of Eddy, Avery 
and Eddy at Bay City, Mich. While in business there he was 
m. by Rev. Moses Freeland ( ?) , Jan. 8, 1880, at Detroit, to Ella 
Smith, dau. of William L. Smith, Esq., a prominent business 
man of Detroit and Flint, and of Anna Olcott, his wife. The 
marriage took place at the residence of Mr. Smith. Mrs. Avery 
was educated at Flint and at Wellesley College, Mass. She is a 
woman of keen intellect and great energy, and is considered 
very handsome and attractive. She is very devoted to her 
family and friends, and is a Colonial Dame and Daughter of the 
American Revolution. At present she is deeply interested in 
agriculture, having a fine farm at Oxford, Oakland Co., Mich. 

Mr. Avery has been one of the managers of his father's 
estate, director and officer of the Belle Isle and Windsor Ferry 
Co., of the Forest Lawn Ass'n, and many other business firms, 
and an officer of many organizations. He is a Republican in 
politics, a Son of the American Revolution, a member of Sons of 
Colonial Wars, and of the Yondatega, Detroit and Grosse Point 
Countrv Clubs. 



The Eighth Generation 863 

Children : 

3469. i. Florence Olcott", b. Feb. 20, 1881, at Bay City, Mich.; 

was educated at the Home and Day School, Detroit, 
Dana Hall, and at Smith College, Mass. She has stud- 
ied music at home and abroad and has travelled exten- 
sively. 

3470. ii. Kenneth Newell", b. Nov. 20, 1882; m. Nancy (Gilcrest) 

Quereau. 

3471. iii. Helen", b. Aug. 5, 1884, at Detroit; d. there, May 1, 1889. 

3472. iv. Carolyn", b. Oct. 10, 1893, at Detroit; d. there, Dec. 12, 

1896. 

3473. v. Clara Elizabeth", b. Aug. 10, 1895, at Detroit, has been 

educated in private schools in Detroit and at Westover, 
Conn. 

2251. Horace Waters" Avery {Newell 1 , Enoch 6 , Enoch 5 , 
Israel* Averell, Job", William 2 , William 1 ), b. Apr. 12, 1857, at 
Port Huron, Mich., was named after his father's cousin, Horace 
Waters of New York City. He removed to Detroit, Mich., with 
his parents in 1866, and was educated at the public schools of 
that city, and at the Penn. Military Academy at' Chester, Pa., 
where he passed two years, 1877-79. He was in Europe and 
Egypt in 1879-80, and was m. Apr. 21, 1880, at Madison, Wis., to 
Lu Ella West (dau. of Augustus Henry West of Madison, for- 
merly of Detroit, and Henrietta Hume, his wife), b. May 20, 
1862. 

Mr. Avery was for some time an officer in the Detroit, Belle 
Isle and Windsor Ferry Co., and later engaged in business in 
Chicago, when he became seriously ill and was obliged to give up 
all business. In the endeavor to recover health for himself and 
family he decided on an out of door life, and to this end (which 
was attained) he purchased a gasoline launch, named it after 
his wife, "Lu Ella," and from 1902 to 1910, spent a great deal 
of time cruising on the inland water ways of the United States. 
On these trips their winters were passed in the South, and their 
summers in the North ; on one occasion a trip was made from 
the Gulf to St. Paul and back. The "Lu Ella" once voyaged 
from Detroit across Lakes Erie and Ontario, down the St. Law- 
rence River, through Lake Champlain to the Hudson River and 
New York ; crossing New York harbor they passed through 



864 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

the Raritan River, Bay, and Canal, to the Delaware, and down 
to Philadelphia. The "Lu Ella" was then shipped to Pittsburg 
and the trip continued down the Ohio and Mississippi to the 
Gulf. This launch has made more than 100,000 miles in cruis- 
ing. Much time was devoted to the Louisiana bayous and canals 
made famous by Longfellow's poem, Evangeline. 

Mr. and Mrs. Avery are still wanderers, but not on the 
"Lu Ella" ; and he has quite a reputation as a raconteur of Cana- 
dian French and of Negro stories. 

The children of Horace Waters and Lu Ella (West) Avery 

are: 

3474. i. Llewellyn West', b. Dec. 18, 1881, at Detroit; m. Annette 

C. Voris. 

3475. ii. Horace Waters, Jr.' 1 , b. Sept. 9, 1887, at Detroit; has at- 

tended the public and private schools of Grosse Isle and 
Detroit, and also a Business College. He has received 
Government and State licenses for Mississippi River 
navigation, and has familiarized himself with the con- 
struction of the Packard automobiles, and is at present 
with an automobile company in Detroit. 

2252. Nellie" Avery {Newell 1 , Enoch*, Enoch 5 , Israel' 
Averell, Job-, William-, William 1 ), b. Apr. 29, 1860, at Port 
Huron, Mich., lived until her marriage at Detroit, Mich. She 
was at Miss Bryan's School at Batavia, N. Y., and at Smith 
College, Mass., 1878-80. She has travelled extensively in Europe 
and in America. She was m. July 2, 1884, at the family resi- 
dence in Detroit, by Rev. Zachary Eddy, D. D., to Walter 
Wheaton Augur, son of Brevet Major General Christopher C. 
Augur, U. S. A., and Jane Elizabeth Arnold, his wife, who was 
the dau. of Gen. Jacob Arnold. Mr. Augur was b. Feb. 5, 
1858, at Fort Hoskins, Ore., a military out-post established by 
his father when Captain in the 4th Inf. (see The Augur Family, 
1904). He was grad. from the University of Mich. (Literary 
Dept.), 1878, with the degree of B. A., and from the Law Dept., 
1881, with the degree of LL. B. The same year he entered the 
office of Lawrence, Campbell and Lawrence, eminent attorneys 
of Chicago, TIL, and was admitted to practise law in Illinois the 
same year. He was later one of the members of the firm of 
Jameson, Marston and Augur, which, after the death of Judge 



The Eighth Generation 865 

Jameson, became Marston, Augur and Tuttle. At the time of 
his death he was not associated with any firm, although he 
retained his offices in the Tacoma Building, Chicago, with his 
former partners. His death occurred Apr. 22, 1905, after two 
years of very trying illness. The tributes to his character, 
ability and worth by his intimate friends and associates are a 
rich heritage to his family. 

Mr. Augur was a member of the University and other 
clubs, and an officer in all of them at some time during his 
membership. He was a man of fine presence, mind and tastes, 
in many qualities resembling his father, Gen. Augur. 

Mrs. Augur resembles many Avery-Averell women of the 
Maine and New York branches of this large family, being above 
the average in stature, well proportioned, unusually erect, and 
with a dignified carriage. She is fair in coloring, sanguine in 
temperament, has a bright mind and ready wit, and is as devoted 
to her friends as they are to her. She is a member of the 
Chicago "Friday Club," and other literary, artistic and charit- 
able organizations. With similar tastes, great fondness for 
music and literature, Mr. and Mrs. Augur had an unusually 
attractive home life, and drew around them a small but united 
and congenial group of friends. Mrs. Augur, after having trav- 
elled extensively, has again settled in Chicago and is living at 46 
Cedar Street. 

Children (all but one b. at Chicago) : 

i. Margaret Avery'-' Augur, b. Apr. 18, 1885 at Evanstoi 
111., was grad. with honors from Rosemary Hall, Green- 
wich, Conn., 1903, and entered Bryn Mawr the samt 
year. She was pres. of her class two years, 1903-5. 
Through ill health she was unable to finish her course 
at Bryn Mawr, but studied for a time in Paris, and 
was graduated from Barnard College, Columbia Univer- 
sity, with the degree of A. B. in 1912. 
ii. Wheaton 9 Augur, b. July 18, 1888; was grad. from The 
Hill School, Pottstown, Pa., 1905, and entered Yale the 
same year, class 1909 (Literary), grad. with his class. 
He studied law at Harvard, grad. 1912; was a member 
of the Review from the first year. He received the hon- 
orable mention of Cum Laude at graduation. He en- 
tered the office of Lincoln, Isham and Beale of Chicago, 
the same year. 



Averell, Averill, Avery Family 



iii. Ellen Adair" Augur, b. Dec. 8, 1891; was educated at 
private schools in Chicago and at Rosemary Hall, Conn. 
She has studied music in New York. 

iv. Newell Avery" Augur, b. Dec. 2, 1897; entered the Hotch- 
kiss School in 1911. 

2257. Benjamin Weeks" Avery (Judson 7 , Enoch*, Enoch 5 , 
Israel 4 Averell, Job 3 , William-, William 1 ), b. Aug. 9, 1844, at 
Jefferson, Me., was one of a family who for three generations 
have occupied the old Avery homestead in that town. He was a 
good farmer, a good citizen and most highly esteemed. He was 
noble both in character and appearance; had an unusually fine 
head, regular features, dark blue eyes and dark hair. He was 
uniformly kind in disposition and very gentle and quiet in man- 
ners. He was m. May 11, 1869, at Jefferson, by Rev. Wm. 
Tilley, to Rosa Frances Glidden (dau. of Alexander Glidden of 
Jefferson and Hannah Weeks, his wife), b. Feb. 3, 1845, at 
Jefferson. He d. Feb. 16, 1900, at the old homestead, and Mrs. 
Avery d. Dec. 6, 1909. 

Children (both b. at Jefferson) : 

3476. i. Albert Judson 9 , b. Apr. 22, 1870; m. Harriet H. Coombs. 

3477. ii. Affie Ella", b. June 4, 1873; m. June, 1903, Charles 

Erskine. 

2258. Annie Laurie s Avery (Judson 7 , Enoch*, Enoch 5 , Is- 
rael' Averell, Job", William 2 , William 1 ), b. May 13, 1846, at 
Jefferson, Me. ; was m. there, May 13, 1869, by Rev. Wm. 
Tilley, to Edwin Dexter Andrews (son of John Andrews of 
Jefferson and Lois Trask, his wife), b. 1844, at Jefferson. She 
d. there, July 23, 1894, leaving a large and interesting family to 
whom she had been a loving and conscientious mother. Her 
daughters were well educated and now are married ; two sons 
were at Bates College. 

Children (all b. at Jefferson) : 

i. Delia I."* (see mema., p. 867) Andrews, b. June 23, 1870; 
m. Hartwell Plummer of Jefferson, Me. 

ii. Annie Belle" Andrews, b. Oct. 2, 1871; m. William Plum- 
mer of Jefferson, Me. 



The Eighth Generation 867 

iii. Lulu* Evelyn'' Andrews, b. July 3, 1873; m. Frederick 

Allen of Whitefield, Me. 
iv. John F. : ' Andrews, b. Jan. 6, 1875; m. Nora Hart of 

Union, Me. 
v. Adelbert E. 9 Andrews, b. July 1, 1876. 
vi. Judson''' Andrews, b. Sept. 4, 1878. 
vii. Linwood" Andrews, b. Apr. 7, 1881. 
viii. Grace' Andrews, b. July 22, 1882; m. Mr. ■ 

Jacobs, 
ix. Waldo''* Andrews, b. Apr. 10, 1885. 
x. Earu' Andrews, b. June 5, 1886; d. Oct. 21, 1886. 
xi. Carl" Andrews, b. Apr. 13, 1889. 

memoranda. 

* Three of this family were named in remembrance of a visit paid by 
Mrs. Andrews to her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Sewell Avery, whose 
children bear the names of Idella, Lulu and Waldo. 

2259. Edwin Augustus* Avery (Judson 7 , Enoch 6 , Enoch 5 , 
Israel* Averell, Job''-, William 2 , William 1 ), b. Mar. 31, 1848, at 
Jefferson, Me., was a farmer there, held several town offices, and 
was a successful and influential citizen. He lived on a part of 
the property first owned by his great-grandfather, Enoch 
Avery, or Averell, who was the first one of this branch to be 
called "Avery." He m. at Jefferson, Feb. 19, 1874, Ella Dunton 
(dau. of John Dunton of Gardiner, Me., and Ruth Weeks* of 
Jefferson, his wife), b. Nov. 14, 1852, at Jefferson. After May, 
1897, they moved to Lewiston, Me., where Mr. Avery entered 
business. He d. there, very suddenly, Mar. 9, 1898 ; the burial 
was in the family lot in the old Shepherd Burying Ground at 
Jefferson. Mrs. Avery and her family removed to Jefferson 
soon after. 

Children (all b. at Jefferson) : 

3478. i. Amy Florence' 1 , b. Aug. 29, 1876; m. June 9, 1895, at 

Jefferson, Charles W. Besse, and still lives there. 

3479. ii. Ina Ruth'', b. Nov. 15, 1881. 

3480. iii. Eugene", b. Sept. 28, 1883. 

3481. iv. Helen E. a , b. Oct. 25, 1893. 

memorandum. 

* Ruth Weeks was the dau. of Benjamin Weeks of Jefferson and own 
cousin of Mrs. Rosa (Glidden) Avery, wife of Benjamin Weeks Avery. 



868 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

2260. Waldo Allard s Avery (Seivell 7 , Enoch 6 , Enoch 5 , Is- 
rael 4 Averell, Job'; William', William'), b. May 14, 1850, at 
Bradley, Me., is a lumberman, and a large timber owner in con- 
nection with his extensive lumbering interests. He is also one 
of the five generations in lineal descent engaged in lumbering 
with his own mills and timber lands. He has lived at Port 
Huron and East Saginaw, now called Saginaw, Mich., but has 
resided for many years at Detroit, Mich., which is still the 
center of his business interests ; but his permanent and country 
residence is at Grosse Point Farm, near Detroit. He m. (1) 
Feb. 18, 1872, at Detroit, Ellen C. Lee (dau. of Charles Lee of 
E. Saginaw, Mich., and Ellen Sterritt, his wife), b. Feb. 23, 
1849, at Leesville, Mich. She was the mother of his children, 
and d. Apr. 25, 1882, at E. Saginaw. He m. (2) Aug. 7, 1885, 
at Ashtabula, Ohio, Christine Morrison of Kincardine, Ont., 
Canada (dau. of Norman Morrison of Scotland, and later of 
Kincardine, and Mary Matheson, his wife), b. July 15, 1867, in 
the island of Lewis, one of the Hebrides, Scotland. 

Mr. Avery is a very prosperous and highly esteemed busi- 
ness man in the middle West, and he has learned, like many men 
of his generation, how to take and enjoy leisure in spite of large 
business interests. He has been President of the American 
Exchange National Bank of Detroit, is Vice President and Direc- 
tor of the Second National Bank of Saginaw (which stands 
first in Michigan, according to the Michigan Blue Book of 
Banks), is a partner in the Richardson & Avery Lumber and 
Timber Lands Co., Hawgood & Avery (Marine) Transit Co. of 
Cleveland, Ohio, and in the United States Gypsum Co. of Chi- 
cago, 111. He owns half of the large Majestic, an office building 
on one of the principal sites in Detroit, and has many other 
interests. He is a member of several clubs and very fond of 
out-door sports, and is also an extensive traveller. As the only 
son of his father he became the chief executor of his father's 
estate; and his fidelity to this and other trusts has won him 
additional regard. 

Children (all b. at Saginaw) : 

3482. i. SEWELL Lee", b. Nov. 4, 1873; m. Hortense L. Wisner. 

3483. ii. Aula Sterritt', b. May 11, 1875; educated at Pellam 

Manor, N. Y.; was a very attractive young- lady; d. Dec. 
17, 1897, at Detroit. 



Waldo Allard Avery. 



The Eighth Generation 871 

3484. iii. Waldo Allard, Jr.", b. Oct. 19, 1878; m. Ruth Adele 
Baumgardner. 

2261. Ara L. s Avery (Sewell 7 , Enoch", Enoch", Israel* 
Averell, Job\ William-, William) 1 , b. Mar. 16, 1853, at Bradley, 
Me., has lived at Port Huron and Saginaw, Mich., and Chicago, 
111., and in Montana. She m. Oct. 30, 1873, at E. Saginaw (now 
Saginaw), Herbert C. Sanborn (son of Cummings Sanborn of 
New Hampshire and Charlotte Fish, his wife) , b. Dec. 13, 1850, 
at Port Huron, Mich. Mrs. Sanborn is a very handsome and 
attractive woman, with unusually attractive social qualities, and 
a great favorite in any circle she enters. Like all her sisters she 
is very musical. At the present time Mrs. Sanborn, her son 
Herbert, and her dau. "Morley," reside at Stevensville, Montana. 

Children : 

i. Herbert Woods" Sanborn, b. Aug. 15, 1874; was m. to 
Margaret Oborn Roberts (dau. of Mrs. Robert N. Rob- 
erts), Aug. 26, 1908, at Waupaca, Wis. They live in 
Montana. They had one dau., b. 1910, d. 1912. 

ii. Cummings Avery" Sanborn, b. Apr. 17, 1877, at Port 
Huron, has lived at Saginaw, Mich., Seattle, Wash., and 
in Mobile, Ala., where he was associated in business with 
his brother. He was m. Apr. 20, 1910, at New Orleans, 
La., to Mary Moore (dau. of Mrs. Andrew M. Moore). 
They lived till June, 1912, in Mexico. A dau. Cynthia 
was b. Aug. 12, 1912. 

iii. Newell Avery" Sanborn, twin brother of the above, b. 
Apr. 17, 1877, at Port Huron; d. there, June, 1877. 

iv. Florence" Sanborn, b. Jan. 19, 1880, at Port Huron; has 
lived at Saginaw; was educated at Miss Mason's School, 
"The Castle," Tarrytown, N. Y., and in Boston; is now 
studying music in Italy. 

v. Lulu Morley" Sanborn, b. Mar. 18, 1882, at Port Huron, 
was educated at Rye Academy, Rye, N. Y., and was 
g-rad. at Smith College, 1907; m. Aug. 11, 1913, at Bitter 
Root, Montana, to Mr. Raymond Aaron Linton, Pres. of 
his class at West Point Military Academy. 

2264. Alma* Avery (Sewell 7 , Enoch", Enoch 7 ', Israel* 
Averell, Job 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. Oct. 19, 1859, at Port 
Huron, Mich., has lived most of her life at Saginaw, Mich. She 
m. Sept. 21, 1881, at E. Saginaw (now Saginaw), Frank D. 
Ewen (son of James Ewen of New York City, and Isabella 



872 Averell, Averill, Avery Family 



Milton of St. Catherine's, Ont., Canada, his wife), b. Sept. 13, 
1854, at Fond du Lac, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Ewen have a large 
circle of friends and are identified with the general social and 
philanthropic interests of their town. He is a fine business man 
with interests in many organizations, and is Superintendent of 
the Michigan Sugar Co., and Manager of the Morley, Ewen & 
Co., coal business, with interests in the coal mines of his town. 

Child : 

i. Helen " Ewen, b. Aug. 24, 1893, at Saginaw, 

Mich.; was educated at the public schools at Saginaw, 
entered Vassar College in 1911, Class of 1915, with her 
cousin, Elizabeth Ewen. She is naturally very musical, 
although her voice has not yet been trained. 

2291. Luetta s Avery (James 7 , Nathan 6 , Enoch 5 , Israel 1 Aver- 
ell Job 3 , William-, William 1 ), b. June, 1854; m. Aubrey G. Loth- 
rop of Lewiston, Me. 

Children : 

i. Theodore A. 9 Lothrop, b. 1880. 
ii. Clyde' Lothrop, b. 1887. 

2292. Georgia" Avery (James 7 , Nathan 6 , Enoch 5 , Israel* 
Averell, Job", William-, William'), b. Sept., 1857; m. in 1884, 
Charles F. Andrews. They live at Brockton, Mass. 

Children : 

i. Chadburn A. Andrews, b. 1885. 
ii. Lyman L. : ' Andrews, b. 1887. 

2294. Imogene T. 8 Avery (Nathan 7 , Nathan 6 , Enoch 5 , Is- 
rael' Averell, Job 3 , William 2 , William'), b. Apr. 29, 1852, at 
Schenectady, N. Y. ; m. Nov. 2, 1875, at Wyoming, N. Y., Thomas 
Fisher. They lived at Pavilion, N. Y. ; Mrs. Fisher d. there, May 
17, 1890. 

Children : 

i. Homer s Fisher. 

ii. Charles' 1 Fisher. 

iii. Grace" Fisher. 

iv. Charlotte 9 Fisher. 



The Eighth Generation 873 

2296. Harriet E. s Avery (Nathan', Nathan", Enoch 5 , Is- 
rael* Averell, Job 3 , William-, William 1 ), b. Feb. 2, 1858, at Wyom- 
ing, N. Y. ; m. Feb. 15, 1882, at Warsaw, N. Y., Walter B. Ayres. 
They lived at Bradner, Ohio. Mrs. Ayres d. Apr. 25, 1893, at 
Toledo, Ohio. 

Children : 

i. ", d. in infancy. 

ii. '•', d. in infancy. 

2297. Horace W. 8 Avery (Nathan 7 , Nathan 6 , Enoch 7 ', Is- 
rael' Averell, Job 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. May 29, 1863, at War- 
saw, N. Y. ; m. there (1) Mar. 17, 1885, Emma Langdon; m. (2) 
Nettie Hamilton. They live at Warsaw. 

Children : 

3500. i. Pearl' 1 . 

3501. ii. Emerson". 

3502. iii. Helen''. 

2298. Alice L. s Avery (Nathan 7 , Nathan 6 , Enoch 5 , Israel* 
Averell, Job-, William 1 , William 1 ), b. July 17, 1866, at Orange- 
ville, N. Y. ; m. Sept. 25, 1888, at Wyoming, N. Y., Ray C. Cap- 
well. They are living at Linden, N. Y. 

Children : 

i. Avery" Capwell. 
ii. Rena 9 Capwell. 
iii. Frank Capwell. 

2299. Anna M. 8 Avery (Nathan 7 , Nathan*, Enoch 5 , Israel 1 
Averell, Job-, William-, William 1 ), b. July 17, 1866, at Orange- 
viTTe, N. Y. ; m. Sept. 18, 1889, at Wyoming, N. Y., Chester Ham- 
ilton. They are living at Russellville, Ky. 

Children : 

i. Walter 9 Hamilton. 
ii. George 1 ' Hamilton. 
iii. Marlow 9 Hamilton. 

2305. Almon s Avery (Israel 7 , Israel*, Israel 5 , Israel 1 Averell, 
Job 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), was b. Mar. 27, 1850, at St. Albans, 
Me., and still lives there. He m. Oct. 31, 1874, at Lawrence, 
Mass., Adelaide Anderson, dau. of George Anderson of Boothbay, 
Me., and Emeline Lewis, his wife. 



874 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

Children : 

3503. i. Lulu'', b. July 13, 1876, at Lawrence. 

3504. ii. Arthur", b. July 31, 1879, at St. Albans. 

3505. iii. Bernard", b. May 27, 1887, at St. Albans. 

2307. Eliza* Avery {Israel 1 , Israel", Israel 7 ', Israel* Averell, 
Joly, William-, William'), b. Dec. 24, 1862, at St. Albans, Me., 
lives at Ipswich, Mass. She m. Feb. 18, 1891, at Ipswich, John 
F. Wippich, son of John M. Wippich. 

Children : 

i. Helene Wippich, b. Jan. 6, 1892. 

ii. John'' Wippich, b. June 15, 1893; d. y. 

2308. Junius* Avery (Israel 7 , Israel''', Israel' , Israel 4 Averell, 
Job\ William', William'), b. July 4, 1866, at St. Albans, Me.; m. 
there (1), Aug. 25, 1889, Augusta (called "Gustie") Nelson 

dan. of George Nelson and Jane Mathews, his wife. She d. 
soon after her marriage. He m. (2) at St. Albans, Oct. 6, 1893, 
Blanche Ross, dau. of Henry Ross. They live at St. Albans. 
Children of Junius and Blanche (Ross) Avery: 

3506. i. GLENICE 9 , b. June 4, 1898, at St. Albans. 

3507. ii. Chalmer 9 , b. Sept. 3, 1902, at St. Albans. 

2311. Bert Mark* Avery (Mark 7 , Israel 6 , Israel 7 ', Israel* 
Averell, Job 5 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. Oct. 2, 1866, at Harmony, 
Me., attended the Maine Central Institute at Pittsfield, Me., from 
the fall of 1880 to the summer of 1882 ; finished preparing for col- 
lege at Nichol's Latin School, Lewiston, Me., 1883-84. He 
entered Bates College, Lewiston, in 1884, was grad. 1883. Dur- 
ing his college course he taught school during the winters and 
worked in hotels during the summers. Soon after graduating 
he was elected, 1899-1900, Principal of Monmouth Academy, 
and during the second year there was also Superintendent of the 
Town schools. In 1891 he took a post-graduate course at Bridge- 
water Normal School, Bridgewater, Mass. From there he went 
to Reed's Ferry, N. H., as Principal of McGaw Institute, and 
later to Athens, Me., as Principal of Somerset Academy. After 
resigning there, he entered a wholesale store in Portland, and 
later bought a store at Garland, Me., in which he and his parents 
were associated in company for over ten years. He m. Feb. 28, 
1SS9, at Waldo, Me., Lucinda A. Clements (dau. of Almond 



The Eighth Generation 875 

Clements of Waldo, Me., and Rachel Foster, his wife), b. July 11, 
1872, at Waldo. They live at Garland. 
Children : 

3508. i. Alma W. 1 ', b. June 16, 1890, at Monmouth, Me. 

3509. ii. Inez M. 9 , b. Dec. 11, 1892, at Somerville, Mass. 

2319. James William 8 Averill (Benjamin 7 , Benjamin*, Ben- 
jamin 7 ', Samuel 4 , Job 3 , William-, William'), b. Feb. 22. 1834, at 
Ipswich, Mass., lives at Salem, Mass. He is a business man ; 
was a member of the Salem Common Council two years, Alder- 
man three years, and Overseer of the Poor. He m. Dec. 13, 1865, 
Martha J. Leavitt (dau. of Amos Leavitt of Hampton, N. H., 

and Abigail , his wife). Mr. Averill is one of the most 

respected men of his town ; has been deeply interested in the 
history of his family, and most generous to all who have turned 
to him for information on that subject. The Editor is indebted 
to him for great assistance, and (with few exceptions) for the 
data here given referring to the descendants of Samuel 4 Averill. 

Child : 

3510. i. Arthur Lane", b. Jan. 26, 1867, at Salem; was grad. at 

the Saltonstall Grammar School, and at the Boston 
University Law School. He is a prominent attorney at 
Salem. 

2332. Lydia Manning* Averill (William 7 , Benjamin''', Ben- 
jamin*, Samuel*, Job s , William-, William 1 ), b. Sept. 7, 1842, at 
Ipswich, Mass. ; lived at Ipswich. She m. there, Nov. 29, 1866 
(T. R., Book 4), Charles W. Bamford (son of Charles Bamford 
of Ipswich and Mary Patch, his wife), b. June 2, 1842, at 
Ipswich. He has been Town Clerk of Ipswich for many years — 
the Editor thinks at least for twenty. Mrs. Bamford d. there, 
Jan. 26, 1870. 

It is through this family and their ancestor, Benjamin , 
that we received the tradition of Devonshire, England, as the 
place of origin of William 1 Averell. 

Children (all b. at Ipswich) : 

i. Chester Wayland" Bamford, b. Aug-. 17, 1867; m. Apr. 
9, 1888, at Ipswich, Lucy Symonds Stone. He is a stove 
manufacturer. 



876 Averell, Averill, Avery Family 

ii. Charles William" Bamford, b. Jan. 26, 1870; d. Jan. 27, 

1870, at Ipswich, 
iii. HARRY Manning' 1 Bamford, twin brother of ii., b. Jan. 27, 

1870; d. Mar. 13, 1870, at Ipswich. 

2338. Caroline Augusta* Avery {John', John 6 , Samuel 5 , 
Samuel* Averill Job"; William-, William'), was b. Oct. 27, 1855, 
at Whitefield, Me. She had a very happy home life, was educated 
at schools in Massachusetts, and in a convent in Maine, and is a 
cultivated and interesting woman of unusually fine nature. She 
was m. Jan. 21, 1896, at North Whitefield, Me., to her cousin, 
Judge Oscar Avery Marden, son of Stephen P. Marden and 
Julia Avery (No. 1180), his wife (see p. 684). Mr. Marden was 
educated at Westbrook Seminary, Westbrook, Me., and at Bos- 
ton University Law School, where he received the degree of 
LL. B. in 1876. He has had a law office in Boston, Mass., since 
1876, and also one in Stoughton, Mass., but he and Mrs. Marden 
have resided since August, 1877, at Stoughton, passing the win- 
ters only since 1902 in Boston. He was appointed a trial Justice 
in 1877 and heard cases in that capacity until 1890, when the Dis- 
trict Court of Southern Norfolk was created by the Legislature, 
its district embracing the four towns of Stoughton, Canton, 
Sharon, and Avon. Mr. Marden was appointed Judge of this 
Court, which office he still holds. He has been a "Visitor" to 
Boston University Law School, and President of its alumni, 
President of the Norfolk Bar Association, of which he is a 
charter member, and he has also served on school committees 
for 17 years. In the Odd Fellows and the Masons he has held 
high offices. He was Grand Patriarch of the Encampment in 
Massachusetts in 1893, and has gone as Grand Representative 
from that State to the conventions at Atlanta and Indianapolis. 
In the Masons he is Past Master of Rising Star Lodge and a 
Past District Deputy Grand Master. He also belongs to the 
Chapter and Council. Judge and Mrs. Marden are members of 
the Universalist Church, and influential in that Society. They 
have travelled extensively at home and abroad, and have a wide 
circle of friends. (For the only son of Judge Marden, — Edgar 
Avery -Marden, — see p. 687.) 



Judge Oscar Avery Marden. 



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The Eighth Generation 879 

2344. Mae Belle" Avery (George 1 , Robert"', Samuel*, Sam- 
uel 4 Averill, Job 3 , William-, William 1 ), b. Mar. 11, 1873, at Lis- 
bon, Me. ; lives at Exeter, N. H. She m. Oct. 20, 1892, at Lis- 
bon, Me., Cyrus Robinson. 

Children : 

i. Lewis Avery" Robinson. 

ii. Christine Eleanor Robinson. 

2346. Harrison Samuel* Averill (Harrison', Paul?, Paul*, 
Iehabod 1 , Thomas", William-, William 1 ), b. 1833, at Otterville, 
Ont. He is a real estate dealer and lives at Saginaw, Mich. He 
was four years in the Civil War, and was in Sherman's march 
to the sea. He m. Mar. 14, 1876, at Bowmanville, Can., Augusta 
Hawley, b. 1846, at Mapance, ( ?) Can. She is an Episcopalian. 

Children: 

3531. i. Maud", b. 1876; m. Emory William Pickering, has lived at 

Lancaster and Columbus, Ohio. (Many Pickerings are 
in that part of Ohio.) 

3532. ii. Harry", b. 1881; he is a newspaper reporter and lives at 

Saginaw, Mich. 

3533. iii. Frank Alexander", b. 1883; is in a dry goods house and 

lives at Saginaw, Mich. 

2363. Harrison* Averill (Hugh', Paul", Paul*, Iehabod 1 , 
Thomas", William 2 , William 1 ), b. about 1857 (?). He is a 
farmer and lives at Coopersville, Mich. He m. Oct. 17, 1882, 

Hezza Stiles (dau. of Justus Stiles and Streeter, his 

wife), b. Sept. 16, 1861. 
Children : 

Verine H.", b. May 23, 1883. 

Harry J.", b. July 30, 1886. 

Earl M. u , b. July 13, 1888. 

Ralph S.", b. July 20, 1901. 

2375. Eugene F. s Averill (William 7 , Paul'% Paul*, Iehabod 4 , 
Thomas-, William-, William 1 ), b. 1854, at Wright, Ottawa Co., 
Mich., lives at Tampa, Fla. He m. 1875, at Kalamazoo, Mich., 

Sarah J. , b. 1855, in Auglaize Co., 0. 

Children : 

3548. i. William W. 9 , b. Oct. 15, 1878, at Dunlap, la., lives at 

Tampa, Fla. 

3549. ii. Minnie", b. Apr. 21, 1885, at Grand Rapids, Mich., lives at 

Tampa, Fla. 



3544. 


i. 


3545. 


ii. 


3546. 


iii, 


3547. 


iv. 



880 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

2382. William M. N Averill (Daniel 7 , Samuel", Paul 5 , (l)Ich- 
abod\ Thomas'; William-, William 1 ), b. Nov. 20, 1843, at 
Coopersville (?), Mich.; m. Aug. 2, 1865, Electa Gay. 

Child : 
3550. i. Frank MA 

2392. Cora Belle 8 Averill {Lanador 1 , David 6 , Thomas'", Ich- 
abod\ Thomas'; William 2 , William 1 ), b. Feb. 16, 1858, at Medina, 
0., lives at Sherman, Mich. She m. Jan. 9, 1879, at Dorr, Mich., 
Chester Cyrus Daugherty (son of Charles H. Daugherty of 
Grand Rapids, Mich., and Nancy Armina Inman, his wife), b. 
Apr. 12, 1856, at Spencer Township, Medina Co., O. 

Children : 

i. Eleanor' Daugherty, b. Mar. 18, 1881, at Dorr; d. Sept. 

19, 1881, at Sherman, 
ii. John J.'-' Daugherty, b. Aug. 29, 1886, at Dorr. 

2404. Lucius Lanador s Averill (Edward 7 , David'; Thomas 5 , 
Ichabod*, Thomas", William 2 , William 1 ), b. Sept. 8, 1850, at 
York, Medina Co., O. He is a farmer and lives at Dorr, Allegan 
Co., Mich. He m. Nov. 25, 1874, at Byron, Kent Co., Mich., 
Alida V. Lilly (dau. of David V. Lilly, who was killed at the 
battle of Antietam, and of Harriet B. Terrell, his wife) , b. July 
29, 1856, at Byron. 

Children (all adopted) : 

3552. i. Ralph Branch 1 ' Burdoin, b. Jan. 25, 1875, at Wadsworth, 

Medina Co., O., adopted May 4, 1880. He was the son 
of Marsh and Laura Burdoin. His mother d. when he 
was 5 years old and gave him to Alida V. Averill. His 
father would not sign any papers of adoption. 

3553. ii. Leavitt" De Camp, b. Feb. 29, 1880, at Corinth, Mich., 

adopted Mar. 26, 1880. He was the son of William and 
Marion De Camp; his mother d. when he was b. ; his 
father d. 3 years later. 

3554. iii. Laura Olive 1 ' Williams, b. Feb. 7, 1885, in Wisconsin, 

adopted Jan. 9, 1900. She was the dau. of Frank and 
Ida De Long; at 5 years of age she was given by adop- 
tion to Emma and Edward Williams. When 12 years 
of age she was left to care for herself until adopted by 
Mr. and Mrs. Averill. Her own and first parents by 
adoption are all alive. * 



3556. 


i. 


3557. 


ii. 


3558. 


iii 


3559. 


iv. 


3560. 


v. 



The Eighth Generation 881 

3555. iv. Charlie'' Bera, b. June 17, 1888, adopted Aug. 26, 1900. 
He was the son of Olin and Carrie Bera. His mother 
(Carrie) was a dau. of Charles Robert Averill (see No. 
1236) . 

2412. William Sherman 8 Averill (Charles 7 , David 6 , Thomas*, 
Ichabod 1 , Thomas", William-, William 1 ), b. Oct. 13, 1866, at Dorr, 
Allegan Co., Mich. ; is a farmer and lives at Dorr. He m. Jan. 1, 
1889, at Wayland, Allegan Co., Mich., Grace , b. at 

Akron, Summit Co., 0. 
Children : 

Joseph Martin 9 , b. Apr. 21, 1890, at Leighton, Mich. 
George Barrett 9 , b. Aug. 17, 1892, at Dorr. 
"Gladice" (Gladys?) May 9 , b. Oct. 18, 1894, at Dorr. 
Carl William 9 , b. Apr. 14, 1897, at Dorr. 
Charles Leon", b. Oct. 1, 1900, at Dorr. 

2413. Carrie Adelle s Averill (Charles 7 , David 6 , Thomas', 
Ichabod*, Thomas", William 2 , William 1 ), b. 186- (?); m. Olin 
Bera. Both dec. 

Child: 

i. Charles 9 Bera, b. June 17, 1888; adopted Aug. 26, 1900, 
by Lucius Lanador Averill. 

2416. Clara Lavan s Averill {Hiram 7 , David 1 ', Thomas 5 , 
Ichabod\ Thomas", William 2 , William 1 ), b. Apr. 13, 1866, at 
Dorr, Mich., lives at Grand Rapids, Mich. She m. 1885, at 
Plainwell, Mich., Charles Newman (son of Ferdinand Newman, 
b. in Germany, but lived at Dorr, and Mary Ann Bartz, his 
wife), b. Mar. 10, 1863, at Dorr, Mich. 
Children : 

i. Charles F. s Newman, b. Oct. 27, 1886, at Dorr. 

ii. Earl 9 Newman, b. May 26, 1889, at Grand Rapids. 

iii. Verna Marie 9 Newman, b. Apr. 6, 1893, at Grand Rapids. 

iv. Lloyd Hiram 9 Newman, b. Nov. 10, 1897, at Grand Rapids. 

2512. Nehemiah s Averill (Daniel 7 , Daniel 6 , John 5 , Paul*, 
Paid", William 2 , William 1 ), b. 18 — ; m. Chastina Gunnison; lived 
at Bane, Vt. Both had died before Apr., 1900. 



A v ere 11, Aver ill, Avery Family 

Children : 

3561. i. Oscello William", b. Jan. 24, 1864, at Barre; m. Aug. 11, 

1891, Inez Blanche 4 Choate (Edwin 7 , William , Robert 6 , 
Joseph', Ebenezer 3 , Thomas 2 , John 1 ), b. May 2, 1870, at 
North Montpelier, Vt. She was the dau. of Edwin 
Ruthven 5 and Mary R. (Griffin) Choate (see Choates 
in America by Jameson). No children were mentioned. 
They lived at Barre. 

3562. ii. Nellie", b. 18 — ; prob. at Barre, and lived there. 

2513. Sabrina s Averill ( Daniel', Daniel''', Joliri 1 , Paul*, 
Paul-, William-, William 1 ), b. 18 — ; m. Chauncey Goodrich. 

Children : 

i. Triphena'' Goodrich. 
ii. Daniel'-' Goodrich. 
iii. Sabrina 9 Goodrich. 

2514. Sarah s Averill (Daniel 7 , Daniel 6 , John 5 , Paul 1 , Paul 3 , 

William-, William 1 ), b. 18 — ; m. Mr. Smith; removed 

to Boston, Mass. 

Child : 

i. Fanny 1 ' Smith. 

2515. Leonard* Averill {Daniel 7 , Daniel 6 , John 7 ', Paul*, 

Paul 3 , William-, William 1 ), b. 18 — ; m. ■ — Lamphere ; 

lived and d. at Barre, Vt. 

Children : 

3563. i. Henry Leonard''. 

3564. ii. Daniel David'". 

2516. Fanny s Averill {Daniel 7 , Daniel", John 7 ', Paul 1 , Paul 3 , 
William-, William 1 ), b. 18 — ; m. Lewis Waterman of Barre, Vt. 

Child : 

i. Frances 1 ' Waterman; m. Mr. Shephard; d. before 1900. 

2517. Mahala s Averill (David 7 , Daniel 6 , John 5 , Paul', Paul 3 , 
William 1 , William 1 ), b. Oct. 30, 1809, in New Hampshire, prob. 
at Mont Vernon ; m. Nov. 3, 1833, at Barre, Vt., Thomas Wilson; 
She d. Mar., 1886, at Barre. 

Children (all b. at Barre) : 

i. Mercy Newton" Wilson, b. Sept. 13, 1834; m. Feb. 14, 
L861, Orville Wood, of Barre, and lived at Las Vegas, 
New Mex. They had five children, three sons and two 
daughters. 



The Eighth Generation 883 

ii. MARANCY G." Wilson, b. Nov. 6, 1835; m. Lewis Keith, 

iii. John' Wilson, b. July 6, 1838; d. Apr. 18, 1841. 

iv. Mahala'' Wilson, b. Sept. 28. 1842; m. Clinton Keith, 

v. Betsey' Wilson, b. Oct. 18, 1845; d. Apr. 13, 1846. 

2518. Weston David* Averill (Da rid 7 . Daniel*, John' 1 , Paul*, 
Paul-, William-, William 1 ), b. Dec. 17, 1810, prob. in New Hamp- 
shire, possibly at Barre, Vt., was a farmer. He lived for a time 
at Orange, Vt. (1836 or '37 to 1842), returning to Barre, where 
he lived thereafter. He m. May 2, 1836, Mercy Wilson (dau. of 
John Wilson of Barre and Mary Newton, his wife), b. Dec. 15, 
1813, at Newport, N. H. Mr. Averill d. at Barre, Oct. 9, 1849, 
"leaving his widow with a large family of small children, the 
eldest twelve years of age, the youngest only four months." 
She was patient, self-sacrificing and brave, and brought her 
children up well, living to the age of eighty years in spite of an 
arduous life. She d. at Barre, Aug. 25, 1894. 

Mr. Averill purchased Jan. 19, 1842, at Bane, Lot No. 1, 
second division, of the original right of Joseph Williams, for 
$2,500.00, which sum he paid to James Britain, the owner. 
{Barre Deeds; vol. x, p. 502. See also vol. xii, p. 438.) 

Oct. 12, 1849, Samuel Willson of Barre was appd. admr. on 
the estate of Weston D. Averill late of Barre, dist. of Washing- 
ton, Vt. (P. R., Bk. O, p. 332). 

Children : 

3565. i. Loretta La VINA , b. June 7, 1837; m. George Bradford. 

3566. ii. David Merrill", b. Mar. 14, 1839, at Orange, Vt., was a 

teacher in Mich, in 1860; enlisted in the 23d. Mich. 
Vols., as Orderly Sergt., and served with Sherman's 
army through the campaign of Georgia, being promoted 
for meritorious service from time to time until he be- 
came Captain. He was killed near Franklin, Tenn.. Nov. 
30, 1864, and had a thirty days' furlough in his pocket 
at the time of his death. 

3567. iii. John Wilson", b. July 7, 1841; m. Adela Mary Trow. 

3568. iv. James Weston", b. July 7, 1841; m. Emma S. Trow. 

3569. v. Samuel Wilson", b. July 23, 1844, at Barre; d. there, Sept. 

5, 1846. 

3570. vi. Sophronia Sabrina", b. Jan. 25, 1847, at Barre; d. there, 

Dec. 14, 1848. 

3571. vii. Thomas Wilson", b. June 14. 1849; m. Margaret J. Perry. 



884 A v ere 11, Aver ill, Avery Family 

2520. Hiram Harrison* Averill (David 7 , Daniel 6 , John 5 , 
Paul', Paid-; William 2 , William 1 ), b. Mar. 27, 1814, at Barre, 
Vt., was a farmer and lived most of his life at Barre. He m. 
there, 1839, Roxana Atilda Pease (dau. of Benjamin Pease of 
Orange, Vt., and Lydia Luther, his wife), b. Dec., 1816, at 
Orange, Vt. ; she d. there, Dec. 15, 1896. He d. at Barre, Aug. 
21, 1883. 

Nov. 8, 1838, Luman and Simeon Strong of Barre sold to 
Hiram H. Averill of Barre, for $1,000.00, about 90 acres of 
land, Lot No. 27, First Range, Third Division, original right of 
Obediah Noble. He became possessed of considerable land near 
his home which was within the corporate limits of the village of 
Barre, and which was in the possession of his heirs in 1894 (see 
the Souvenir of Barre). 

Children (both b. at Barre) : 

3572. i. Luther Merrill/', b. Mar. 10, 1846; m. Lizzie A. Beckley. 

3573. ii. Louis Kossuth'', b. July 9, 1852; m. Sarah A. Wheaton. 

2521. Lavina s Averill (David 7 , Daniel", John 5 , Paul 4 , Paid''; 
William-, William 1 ), b. June 1, 1815, at Barre, Vt. ; m. William 
Paine. They lived at Barre, where she d. Mar. 20, 1890. 

Children :* 

i. Harriet 11 Paine, b. , ; m. J. G. Felton; lives at 

Eldorado, la. 

ii. "Dr." Kendall'-' Paine, b. — , ; m. 

— ; lives at Mantiwater, Wis.; has three children. 



iii. Emma 9 Paine, b. , 18 — ; d. unm. 

iv. Elbridge" Paine, b. , 18 — . 

v. Charles 9 Paine, b. , 18 — . 

memorandum. 
There may have been other children whose names were not g'iven to 
the compiler. 

2523. Anthony Wilson* Averill (Da rid 7 , Daniel 6 , John 5 , 
Paul*, Paid-; William 2 , William'), b. Jan. 11, 1819, at Barre, 
Vt., was a farmer, hotel-keeper and starch manufacturer, and 
lived at Barre and Elmore, Vt. He m. 1852, at Hyde Park or 
Morristown, Vt., Lodema Maria Clark (dau. of Roswell Will- 
iams Clark of Morristown, Vt., and Patty Maria Parker, his 
wife), b. Feb., 1827, at Morristown. She d. Nov. 4, 1876, at 
Elmore ; he d. there, Mar. 12, 1868. 



The Eighth Generation 885 

Children (both b. at Elmore) : 

3574. i. Alice Waterman", b. May 14, 1855; m. Wm. E. Colby. 

3575. ii. Cady Orlo\ b. Apr. 19, 1861, lives at Barre. 

2524. Sophronia s Averill (David', Daniel 5 , John 5 , Paul*, 

Paul 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. Jan. 6, 1821, at Barre, Vt.; m. 
June 1, 1851, at Fond du Lac, Wis., Strathern A. Matoon, who d. 
Apr. 21, 1900. 

Child : 

i. Viola F. 9 Matoon, b. May 27, 1852; m. Jan. 1, 1870, 
Thomas A. Perrin. They have two or more children. 

2525. Ambrose Bradford s Averill (David 7 , Daniel* , John 5 , 
Paul*, Paul-, William-, William 1 ), b. Aug. 31, 1823, at Barre, 
Vt., is a farmer and dealer in real estate, and lives at Barre. 
He m. (1) Sept. 10, 1850, at Barre, Elizabeth Seviah Meaker 
(dau. of Orrin Meaker of Charlotte, Vt., and Lucretia Ball, his 
wife) , b. May 10, 1833, at Peru, N. Y. She d. May 23, 1893, at 
Barre. He m. (2) Nov.. 1898, at Salem, Mass., Alice Emma 
Imperial. He bought the "Old Britton Farm" near East Barre 
of the estate of his brother Weston (Barre Deeds, vol. xii, pp. 
436, 438). They lived there seven years, and then he bought 
the Judge Kettle Farm, moving there in 1857. Seven years 
later they bought the Abram Barker homestead and farm; and 
have now one of the best kept farms in the State. He has given 
each of his sons a college education and a good start in life. 
(See Souvenir of Barre.) 

Children (all b. at Barre) : 

3576. i. Ella Lucretia', b. June 19, 1852; d. Oct. 18, 1857, at 

Barre. 
Arthur Cheney 9 , b. Jan. 19, 1854; m. Estella Tilden. 
Charles Weston 9 , b. Feb. 6, 1859; m. Rose J. Carpenter. 
Linley Ambrose 9 , b. May 13, 1861; m. Frances Bigelow. 
Elnora Elizabeth 9 , b. Aug. 21, 1866; d. Nov. 28, 1876, at 

Barre, Vt. 
3581. vi. Sarah Page 9 , b. Mar. 11, 1873; m. George L. Morris. 

2529. George Woodbury* Averill (John 7 , John*, John 1 ', 
Paul', Paul 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. Mar. 10, 1829, at Mont 
Vernon, N. H., where he has always lived. He has been many 
times Selectman of his town, and is a highly honored citizen 



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886 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

and skilful farmer. He m. Nov. 10, 1857, at Amherst, N. H., 
Nancy Esther Lamson (dau. of William Lamson of Mont Ver- 
non, and Seviah Jones, his wife), b. Oct. 7, 1827, at Mont Ver- 
non. 

Children (all b. at Mont Vernon) : 

Ella Augusta", b. Nov. 21, 1858; m. Henry F. Robinson. 
Caroline Frances", b. Aug. 24, 1861 ; m. Charles H. Trow. 
George Franklin", b. Apr. 18, 1806; is an enterprising 
grocer at Milford, N. H. He m. Oct. 26, 1893, at Mont 
Vernon, Fannie L. Carlton (dau. of John A. Carlton of 
Mont Vernon and Amanda Wilson of Manchester, N. H., 
his wife), b. Oct., 1866, at Mont Vernon. 

2534. Sarah Frances" Averill (Trask 7 , John'', John 5 , Paul*, 
Paul-, William', William'), b. Mar. 24, 1836, at Mont Vernon, 
N. H., lived at Boston, Mass. She m. Oct. 19. 1858, at Man- 
chester, N. H., Capt. Brown S. Flanders. She d. Sept. 15, 1881. 
Child : 

i. Lillie M." Flanders. 

2537. Dr. Woodbury Trask s Averill (Trask 7 , John", John% 
Paul*, Paul 3 , William', William'), b. Sept. 6, 1841, at Mont Ver- 
non, N. H., was an osteopath and a great sportsman. He lived 
at Hancock, N. H., 1873-77 ; and afterwards at Manchester, 
N. H., and Boston, Mass. He m. Apr., 1865, at Amherst, N. H., 
Rebecca Jones (dau. of George Jones of New Boston), who d. 
Mar. 23, 1885, at West Medford, Mass. He d. Feb. 23, 1895, at 
Boston. 

Children* (all b. at Mont Vernon?) : 

3585. i. Alonzo W." 

3586. ii. Isabelle ("Belle")', b. — , ; m. July 3 1894, 

John Sheppard of Peabody, Mass. ( T. R. Ipswich, 
Mass.) . 

3587. iii. Willie", b. 1875; d. 1884. 

MEMORANDUM. 

It is probable that there were other children whose names have not 
been learned. 

2538. Josephine Eliza s Averill (Trask 7 , John 6 , John 5 , Paul", 

Paul-, William', William'), b. Sept. 23. 1843, at Mont Vernon. 
N. H., lives at Greenfield, N. H. She m. (1) Oct. 13, 1869, at 
Mont Vernon, Stephen G. Clement, b. 1833. He d. Oct. 21, 



The Eighth Generation 887 

1888. at Mont Vernon. She m. (2) Sept. 23, 1892, Frank 
Brooks and d. May 20, 1901. 
Child (by first husband) : 

i. Gertrude E. ;i Clement, b. Nov. 30, 1872. 

2539. Mary Henrietta" Averill (Trask 7 , John", John 5 , Paul*, 

Paul-, William-, William'), b. May 27, 1846, at Mont Vernon, 
N. H.; m. May 7, 1868, at Mont Vernon, Samuel Leadbeater, 
and lived at East Boston, Mass., where she d. Aug. 27, 1882. 
Children : 

i. William Leadbeater. 
ii. J Leadbeater. 

2541. Charles Eugene* Averill (Trask 7 , John 6 , John 5 , Paul*, 
Paul 3 , William 2 , William'), b. Apr. 6, 1855, at Mont Vernon, 
N. H., lived at Nashua, N. H. He m. Sept. 1, 1875, at Antrim, 
N. H., Ruth Annette "Nettie") Fairfield (dau. of Alvino (?) 
Fairfield of Antrim, and Lydia A., his wife), b. Nov. 12, 1853. 
He d. Sept. 20, 1883, at Nashua. 
Child : 

3588. i. Ernest 11 . 

2546. Eliza M. 8 Averill (Jesse 7 , Jesse 1 ', John 5 , Paul*, Paul?, 
William-, William 1 ), was b. 1824 (T. R.), family records give 
1827, at Mont Vernon, N. H., and lived there most of her life. 
She m. 1846, at Manchester, N. H., Newell D. Foster (son of 
Isaac Foster of Hudson), b. 1824, at Hudson, N. H. (?), and d. 
1892, at Wilton, N. H. She d. 1850, at Mont Vernon. 

Children : 

i. Charlotte A. 1 ' Foster, b. 1847, at Mont Vernon; m. J. S. 
Locke. 

ii. George N. 9 Foster, b. 1849, at Waltham (Mass.?) ; m. Mary 
Parker. 

iii. Charles W. 9 Foster, b. 1851, at Mont Vernon; m. at Man- 
chester, N. H., C W. Dewey (?), and had four children. 

2547. Charlotte W. 8 Averill (Jesse 7 , Jesse 5 , John 5 , Paul*, 

Paul 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. Sept. 6, 1827, at Mont Vernon, 
N. H.; m. before May 7, 1850, George H. Chandler (now living 
at Lowell, Mass.). She d. Jan. 3. 1854, at Manchester, N. H., 
and was buried at Mont Vernon. 



888 Aver ell, Ave rill, Avery Family 

Children : 

i. Ida'-' Chandler, who lives at Barre, Vt. 
ii. Charlotte" Chandler. 

2548. Joseph Woodbury 8 Averill (Jesse 7 , J esse*. , John*, 
PaulS Paul", William-, William 1 ), b. Dec. 1, 1829, at Mont Ver- 
non, N. H., is a carpenter and has lived at Mont Vernon, but is 
now living at Warren, N. H. He was a good singer, and, in his 
youth, a member of the church choir. He remembers hearing 
that his grandmother was a sweeter singer than her sister Mary 
who was so noted. He m. Dec. 3, 1857, at Milford, N. H., 
Sabrina Baldwin [dau. of Timothy Baldwin of Mont Vernon 
and Sylvia Averill (No. 1308)], b. Mar. 15, 1836, at Mont Ver- 
non; she d. there, June 16, 1896. 

Child : 

3589. i. Chester Baldwin' 1 , b. Jan. 17, 1867; m. Edith M. Leonard. 

2551. Angelia M. s Averill (Jesse 7 , Jesse 6 , John', Paul\ 

Paul-, William-, William 1 ), b. , 1835, at Mont Vernon, 

N. H. ; m. after 1850, Jonathan F. Williams of Sutton, N. H„ a 
machinist. She d. Apr. 15, 1898, at Manchester, N. H. 

Child : 

i. George Averile' Williams, who lives at Lowell, Mass. 

2552. George Franklin 8 Averill (Franklin 7 , Jesse 6 , John 5 , 
Paul 4 , Paul", William-, William'), b. Mar., 1829, at Manchester, 
N. H., lived at Sheldonville (part of Wrentham), Mass. He m. 
prob. 1850, at Lowell, Mass., Asenath Cummings. He was 

Superintendent of the Boston Branch of the American Express 
Co. He had a residence at Sheldonville, but remained in the 
City during the week. He d. Dec. 23, 1907. 
Child : 

3590. i. William Cummings", who lives at Sheldonville, Wrentham, 

Mass. He m. Hannah Wilson. 

2553. Sarah Ann* Averill (Franklin 7 , Jesse*, John*, Paul 4 , 
Paul 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. Dec, 1831, at Manchester, N. H., 
lived at Salem and Boston, Mass. She was a beautiful woman, 
stately and commanding in presence, vivacious in conversation, 
with keen perception and a well stored mind. She had a rich 



The Eighth Generation 889 

alto voice — said to have been like that of her grandmother — 
Sarah (Leavitt) Averill, and of her aunt Martha (Averill) 
Skinner, and which was probably an inherited talent. She was 
m. Dec, 1847, at the house of her aunt, Mrs. Martha (Averill) 
Skinner, in Danvers, Mass., to John D. Skinner, nephew of 
Marshall Skinner, her aunt Martha's husband. She was like a 
daughter to this uncle and aunt, having been brought up by 
them after her father's death. Mr. John D. Skinner was many 
years the Station Master of the North Union Station of Boston. 
He d. at Boston, Feb., 1871, and she d. there four years later, 
Apr., 1875. 
Children : 

i. John Franklin'-' Skinner; d. in childhood, 
ii. Nellie Day 1 ' Skinner; d. in childhood. 

2554. Martha Jane s Averill (Franklin 7 , Jesse*, John 5 , Paul*, 
Paul 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. Aug. 26, 1833, at Manchester, 
N. H., has lived at Manchester, S. Lyndeboro and Mason Village, 
N. H., Philadelphia, Peru, Newark, N. J., and Woburn, Mass. 
She m. Dec. 7, 1851, at Mason Village (now Greenville), N. H., 
William Russell Putnam (son of Israel Putnam of Lyndeboro, 
N. H., and Ruth Sargent, his wife), b. Oct. 17, 1821, at S. 
Lyndeboro; d. Dec. 2, 1901, at Woburn. She is still living, and 
resides with her granddaughter, Miss Christine Putnam Kelley 
at Woburn, and is deeply interested in the family history. 
Children : 

i. Emma Amanda Putnam, b. Sept. 3, 1852; m. Dr. Seth 

Wight Kelley. 
ii. William Stanley 1 ' Putnam, b. Sept. 2, 1858, at Woburn; 
d. there Oct. 21, 1859. 

2560. Chili* Averill (William', Jesse", John 5 , Paul 4 , Paul 3 , 
William 2 , William'), b. Feb. 22, 1845, at Elkhorn, Wis., enlisted 
in the 8th Wis. Battery, Civil War, at the age of 16 ; served three 
years and was injured at the battle of Stone River. He has 
always been a Republican ; has lived at Wausau, Wis., and at 
Tulane, San Jose and Morgan Hill, Santa Clara Co., California. 
He m. Nov. 30, 1867, at Wausau, Margaret Adaliza Casterline 
(dau. of George W. Casterline of Wausau and Sarah B. Dean, 
his wife), b. June 14, 1850, at Newfield, N. Y. 



Children 


3591. 


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3593. 


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3594. 


iv. 


3595. 


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3596. 


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890 Aver ell, Ave rill, Avery Family 



George William", b. Sept. 26, 1869, at Wausau, is a suc- 
cessful lawyer and lives at San Francisco, Cal. 

Sarah Luella", b. May 26, 1871, at Wausau; d. there Feb. 
12, 1881. 

Rachel King 9 , b. Jan. 2, 1874; m. E. W. Hayden. 

Margaret May", b. July 29, 1875, at Merrill, Wis., lives at 
Morgan Hill, Cal. 

Mary Eliza" b. May 22, 1877; m. Charles R. Kellogg. 

Chili 1 ', b. Mar. 10, 1879, at Wausau, lives at San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. 

2561. William" Averill (William 7 , Jesse 6 , John 5 , Paul*, 
Paul\ William", William 1 ), b. Feb. 27, 1848, at Geneva, Wis., is 
a lumberman, and has lived at Geneva and Merrill, Wis. He m. 
Feb., 1882, in Marathon Co., Wis., Augusta Oilman (dau. of 
Charles Oilman of Marathon Co., Wis., and Minnie Luedtke, his 
wife), b. Mar. 29, 1862, at Pomerania, Germany. 

Children (all b. at Merrill) : 

Martha M. W.", b. Nov. 17, 1882, living at Merrill. 
Selena A. E. 9 , b. Sept. 19, 1884; m. Oct. 9, 1907, at Mer- 
rill, John J. Billing, living at Thornton, Ark. 
Arthur R. C. 9 , b. July 8, 1886; d. Nov. 9, 1901, at Merrill. 
Walter J. C. 9 , b. Dec. 25, 1888, living at Merrill. 
William Charles', b. Jan. 25. 1890, living at Merrill. 
Chili L. E. 9 , b. June 12, 1892, living at Merrill. 
Chester H. F. 9 , b. Sept. 10, 1894, living at Merrill, 
viii. Harry 9 , b. Apr. 17, 1896; d. July 10, 1907, at Merrill. 
Irene Ellen", b. Oct. 15, 1898, living at Merrill. 
Margaret Dorothy 9 , b. Sept. 7, 1901, living at Merrill. 

2562. Ella s Averill (William 7 , Jesse", John 5 , Paul\ Paul", 
William', William'), b. Feb. 22, 1853, at Merrill, Wis., lives at 
Bloomville, Wis. She m. (1) 1871, at Merrill, William West. 
She m. (2) Aug. 9, 1902, Stephen Schooley, son of S. D. Schooley 
and Elizabeth Everett, his wife. 

Children (by first husband) : 

i. William 9 West. 

ii. Agnes 9 West. 

iii. Thomas 9 West. 

iv. Nellie" West. 

v. Estelle" West. 

vi. Adeline 8 West. 

vii. Gertrude" West. 



3597. 


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3598. 


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3599. 


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3600. 


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3601. 


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3603. 


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3606. 


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3607. 


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3608. 


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3610. 


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3611. 


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3612. 


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The Eighth Generation 891 

2567. John Morton* Averill (Mark 7 , Levi 6 , John", Paul 4 , 
Paid 3 , William 2 , William'), b. Aug. 6, 1843, at Tewksbury, Mass., 
is an expressman, and lives at Boston, Mass. He m. May 14, 
1867, at Boston, Mary Frances Mahoney (dau. of John Mahoney 
of Boston and Catherine Hayes, his wife), b. May 4, 1846, at 
Boston, and d. there July 17, 1891. 

Children (all b. at Boston) : 

Nellie Frances", b. July 28, 1868; m. Fenton Joseph Cook. 
William John', b. June 18, 1870; d. Sept. 15, 1870. 
Grace Lillian' 1 , b. Sept, 30, 1873; m. Daniel M. Keating. 
Mary Alice", b. Feb. 21, 1875; d. Nov. 11, 1880. 
John Francis 1 ', b. July 7, 1885; d. Dec. 9, 1889. 
Edward Mark", b. Oct. 18, 1890; d. Mar. 20, 1891. 

2568. Mary Jane" Averill (Mark 7 , Levi", John 5 , Paul*, Paul 3 , 
William', William 1 ), b. May 21, 1846, at Tewksbury, Mass.; m. 
(1) Mar. 3, 1868, at Boston, Mass., Elias Towle Foss (son of 
Ivory Foss of Saco, Me., and Almira Towle, his wife), b. at 
Freedom, N. H. ; d. Mar. 14, 1882. She m. (2) Nov. 9, 1884, at 
North Reading, Mass., Charles Harmon Richardson (son of 
Lewis Richardson of Quincy, Mass., and Charlotte Sprague, his 
wife), b. June 18, 1847, at Melrose, Mass. He is Flag-agent for 
the Boston and Maine R. R., and they reside at North Reading. 

Children (all b. at Freedom) (by first husband) : 

i. Hattie Placentia" Foss, b. Jan. 28, 1869; d. Jan. 16, 1878. 
ii. Lewis David" Foss, b. Mar. 20, 1873; d. Jan. 16, 1878. 
iii. Arthur Clarence'" Foss, b. Mar. 20, 1873; d. Dec. 31, 1877. 
iv. Gertrude Mae' Foss, b. Mar. 29, 1881, is living- at North 
Reading-. 

2569. Anna Mathilda* Averill (Mark 7 , Levi*, John", Paul', 
Paul", William", William'), b. Apr. 17, 1849, at Tewkbury, Mass.; 
was m. June 1, 1881, by Rev. S. F. French of Tewksbury, to 
Herbert Vincent Putney (son of Asa Gates Putney of Jaffrey, 
N. H., and Sophronia Ann Edmancls, his wife), b. Apr. 10, 1849, 
at Boston, Mass. 

Child: 

i. Amy Estelle''" Putney, b. May 13, 1887, at North Reading, 
Mass. 



892 Aver ell, Averill, Avery Family 

2571. Edward Sullivan" Averill (John 7 , Levi , John 5 , Paid*, 
Paul 3 , William', William 1 ), b. Mar. 8, 1848, at Woodstock, Conn., 
is General Superintendent 5th Division United States Express 
Co., and lives at Chicago, 111. He m. (1) Apr. 23, 1873, at 
Baltimore, Md., Ella Wrightson (dau. of Hugh S. Wrightson of 
Baltimore and Julia Ann Dodson, his wife), b. Nov. 2, 1851, at 
St. Michaels, Md. ; she d. Aug. 28, 1879, at Baltimore. He m. 
(2) Feb. 16, 1893, at Jersey City, N. J.. Ella F. Meeker (dau. of 
Charles W. Meeker of Jersey City and Esther J. Voorhis, his 
wife), b. May 15, 1861, at Jersey City; she d. Apr. 15, 1898, at 
Denver, Col. 

Children (all b. at Baltimore) (by first wife) : 

3613. i. Amelia'', b. Feb. 9, 1874; m. Calvin W. Titus. 

3614. ii. Velma'-', b. Aug. 5, 1875; was m. at the So. Cong. Ch. of 

Chicago, Nov. 15, 1900, to Arthur Marshall Chamber- 
lin (son of Arthur S. Chamberlin) , b. Mar. 11, 1872, at 
St. Louis, Mo. 

3615. iii. Ella Wrightson 3 , b. Mar. 13, 1877; d. Nov. 23, 1877. 

3616. iv. Harry 1 ', b. Aug. 21, 1879; d. Aug. 22, 1879, at Baltimore. 

(by second wife; both b. at Chicago, 111.) : 

3617. v. Esther 9 , b. May 20, 1895. 

3618. vi. Margaret Caverno 1 ', b. Apr. 2, 1897. 

2578. Charles LansiF Avery (John 7 , Foster , Mark 5 Aver- 
ill, Paul', Paul 3 , William-, William 1 ), b. June 26, 1861, at Lowell, 
Mass., was a farmer, and lived at Londonderry, N. H. He m. 
Nov., 1890, at Nashua, N. H.,Lora Annis (dau. of George Annis 
of Londonderry), b. 1863 at Londonderry, where he d. Feb. 7, 
1897. 

Children (both b. at Londonderry) : 

3619. i. Villa 5 , b. Jan., 1893. 

3620. ii. Leon J. ! ', b. Jan., 1894. 

2582. Frank Eugene" Avery (Jeremiah 7 , Foster , Mark 7 ' 
Averill, Paul*, Paul 3 , William 2 , William'), b. Nov. 23, 1867, at 
Londonderry, N. H., is a farmer and teamster, and lives at 
Hudson, N. H. He m. Aug. 26, 1889, at Hudson, Florence 
Putnam (dau. of Moses H. S. Putnam of Hudson and Lizzie H. 
Cross, his wife), b. Oct. 31, 1869, at Hudson, N. H. 

Child : 

3621. i. Lena May , b. Aug. 16, 1891, at Londonderry. 



The Eighth Generation 893 

2584. Emma Eldora s Avery {Ephraim 7 , Foster 6 , Mark 5 Aver- 
ill, Paul', Paul 3 , William-, William 1 ), b. Jan. 25, 1853, at Wau- 
paca, Wis., lives at Eau Claire, Wis. She m. July 9, 1879, at 
Eau Claire, Jay R. Pierce (son of William H. Pierce of Rhode 
Island and Elizabeth McCormick, his wife, who was from Ver- 
mont), b. 1845, in Saratoga Co., N. Y. 

Children (both b. at Eau Claire) : 

i. Edith M. 9 Pierce, b. July 12, 1880; d. July 12, 1893, at 

Eau Claire, 
ii. Marshall Averill''' Pierce, b. Sept. 12, 1893. 

2586. Villeroy R. s Avery (Ephraim 7 , Foster , Mark" Aver- 
ill, Paul', Paul\ William 2 , William 1 ), b. Jan. 14, 1860, in Dunn 
Co., Wis., is a commercial traveller, and has lived at Eau Claire, 
Wis., Lebanon, Linn Creek and Versailles, Mo. He m. Oct. 15, 
1885, at Lebanon, Effie Thompson Churchill (dau. of Cadwal- 
leder B. Churchill of Lebanon, Mo., and Elizabeth Ellis, his 
wife), b. Sept. 11, 1865, at Lebanon. They are living at Ver- 
sailles. 

Children (all b. at Linn Creek) : 

Edna Churchill , b. Dee. 10, 1886. 

Clara Irene 9 , b. Oct. 8, 1888. 

Agnes Louise", b. May 8, 1890; d. Jan. 11, 1893, at Linn 
Creek. 

Paul Revere'', b. Aug-. 12, 1892. 

Dorcas Emma", b. Jan. 25, 1894. 

2588. Charles Eugene" Averill {Ephraim 1 , Foster 6 , Mark 5 
Averill, Paul 4 *, Paul', William 2 , William 1 ), b. Apr. 1, 1867, at 
Eau Claire, Wis., is a merchant and has lived at Eau Claire, 
Wis., and at Lebanon, Linn Creek and Versailles, Mo. He m. 
Oct. 3, 1889, at Bellaire, 0., Clara Elvie Grubb, dau. of Edmond 
Grubb and Mary Ann Hess, his wife. They live at Versailles. 
Children (all b. at Linn Creek) : 

John French'", b. Feb. 5, 1891. 

Mary Olive'", b. June 23, 1893. 

Charles Ephraim' 1 , b. Aug-. 28, 1895. 

Mark Mason 9 , b. Nov. 2, 1897. 

Thelma Edith : ", b. Feb. 16, 1900. 



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3624. 


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3625. 


iv. 


3626. 


v. 



3627. 


i. 


3628. 


ii. 


3629. 


iii. 


3630. 


iv. 


3631. 


v. 



3632. 


i. 


3633. 


ii. 


3634. 


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3635. 


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3636. 


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3637. 


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894 Aver ell, Averill, Avery Family 

2589. Benjamin Franklin s Averill (Benjamin 7 , Benjamin 6 , 
Joseph*, Pan! 4 , Paul", William-, William 1 ), b. Apr. 15, 1856, at 
Middleton, Mass.; m. June 9, 1892, at Richmond, Va., Mary 
Louisa Booker (dau. of George Booker of Howardsville, Va., 
and Sarah Dabney Perkins, his wife), b. July 13, 1869, at How- 
ardsville. They reside at Howardsville. 
Children (all b. at Howardsville) : 

(Infant Son)'', b. Sept. 15, 1894; d. Sept. 15, 1894. 

(Infant Dau.) 1 ', b. Sept. 15, 1896; d. Sept. 16, 1896. 

(Infant Son)' j , b. June, 1900; dec. 

Sarah Lois", b. Sept. 16, 1902. 

John Booker', b. Aug. 17, 1904; d. July 10, 1905. 

Esther'', b. July 2, 1906. 

2600. Albert Evander* Averill (Andrew', Benjamin*, Jo- 
seph 7 ', Paul*, Paul, William", William 1 ), b. Jan. 15, 1842, at 
Middleton, Mass.; m. (1) Sarah Augusta Craig (dau. of Isaac 
Craig and Sarah Peasley, his wife), b. May (?), 1846; d. Feb. 
25, 1886; he m. (2) Mary Jane Saddington (dau. of Thomas 
Sacklington and Catherine Reardon, his wife), b. Dec. 31, 1872, 
in London, England. Mr. Averill had no children. 

2602. Andrew Preston s Averill (Andrew 7 , Benjamin'', Jo- 
seph 7 ', Paid', Paid', William', William'), b. July 18, 1856, at 
Middleton, Mass., was graduated from Westbrook Seminary, 
Portland, Me., and from Harvard University, Class of 1882, 
with degree of A. B. He m. Dec. 25, 1882, at New York City, 
Cora Ada McKay (dau. of Rodney R. McKay of Bridgeport, 
Conn., and Aclaline Small, his wife), b. Apr. 25, 1860, at Bow- 
doinham, Me. Mr. Averill is a teacher and has been Superin- 
tendent of Public Schools of Martha's Vineyard District, Mass., 
for many years, an office which he still holds ; he was previously 
at Essex, Sherborn and Townsend, Mass., and at Atkinson and 
Reeds Ferry, N. H. He is a Republican, and a Methodist, and 
resides at Edgartown, Mass. 
Children: 

3638. i. Charles Peabody , b. Mar. 17, 1884, at Essex; m. Virginia 

La Crosse. 

3639. ii. Alfred Augustus'', b. Dec. 12, 1885, at Weymouth, Mass. 



The Eighth Generation 895 

3640. iii. Edward Everett", b. Nov. 16, 1887, at Middleton; m. Dec. 

24, 1906, at Dover, Me., Grace May Coy, dau. of Mr. 
Lewis W. Coy. He is a salesman for a tea and coffee 
company. 

3641. iv. Andrew Preston Peabody 9 , b. May 8, 1893, at Townsend. 

3642. v. Elizabeth Adeline", b. Mar. 12, 1895, at Townsend. 

3643. vi. Harold Russell 9 , b. June 12, 1900, at Merrimac, N. H. 

2607. Annie Maria x Averill (Joseph 1 , Benjamin*, Joseph*, 
Paul', Paul-, William 2 , William 1 ), b. Oct. 11, 1858, at Middleton, 
Mass.; m. (1) in 1873, William Fiske of Danvers; m. (2) 
Sept. 6, 1894, Caleb Converse Gardner (son of Edward Richard 
Gardner and Abby E. Pearson, his wife), b. Apr. 10, 1855. Mr. 
Gardner has been employed by the Boston and Maine Railroad 
as a train baggage master and conductor for some years. They 
live at Salem, Mass. 

Children (both b. at Danvers) (by first husband) : 

i. Charlotte M." Fiske. b. Mar. 24, 1874; was educated at 
the New England Conservatory of Music and is a music 
teacher and organist, 
ii. Arthur Elmer 9 Fiske, b. Sept. 23, 1878; he is in the in- 
surance business at Boston, but resides at Salem. 

2613. Mary Lizzie" Averill (Joseph 1 , Joseph 6 , Joseph 5 , 
Paul', Paul 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. Mar. 31, 1862, at No. 
Andover, Mass., has lived at Boxford and No. Andover. She 
m. Apr. 9, 1895, at No. Andover, Charles Walter Paul (son of 
Henry J. Paul of Salem, Mass., and Rebecca Conacher, his wife) , 
b. May 31, 1871, at Gloucester, Mass. They live in the old 
Averill homestead at No. Andover, which came to Mrs. Paul by 
inheritance. 

Child : 

i. Elizabeth Averill" Paul, b. Feb. 5, 1896, at No. Andover. 

2620. Rufus Kilbourne* Averill (Robert 1 , Truman 6 , Rob- 
ert 5 , Joseph', Paul", William 2 , William:), b. Jan. 22, 1859, at 
Cooper, Mich., is a wholesale butcher and stock buyer; has 
lived in Montana, and in Cooper and Kalamazoo, Mich. He 
now lives in Kalamazoo. He m. Oct. 7, 1891, at Kalamazoo, 
Annie M. Bowman (dau. of Amos Bradshaw Bowman of Kala- 
mazoo and Mary Elinore McKee, his wife), b. Mar. 19, 1872. at 
Alphoretta, Ky. 



896 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

Children (both b. at Kalamazoo) : 

3644. i. Charles Warren'', b. Dec. 14, 1893. 

3645. ii. Walter Leon ? , b. Nov. 12, 1898. 

2622. Frank Leon s Averill (Robert 7 , Truman*, Robert 5 , 
Joseph*, Paul 3 , William-, William 1 ), b. Aug. 25, 1868, at Kala- 
mazoo, Mich., is a travelling salesman, and lives at Kansas City, 
Kan. He m. Oct. 1, 1889, at Kansas City, Laura Birt (dau. of 

William Birt of Cincinnati, 0., and Sarah Jane , his 

wife), b. July 23, 1867, at Cincinnati. 
Children (all b. at Kansas City) : 

3646. i. LEONA 9 , b. July 18, 1890. 

3647. ii. Althea", b. May 16, 1892. 

3648. iii. Rose' 1 , b. Jan. 17, 1894. 

2637. Alvin Hovey s Averill (Daniel 7 , Dudley" (?), Dud- 
ley*, Joseph*, Paul 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. Dec. 3, 1842, at 
Chasm Falls, Malone, Franklin Co., N. Y., son of Daniel and 
Mary (Trask) Averill, was a farmer and passed his life at 
Chasm Falls. He was m. there, July 15, 1865, to Matilda E. 
Cunningham, dau. of Newell M. Cunningham of Chasm Falls, 
and his wife Orissa (Winslow) Averill. 

He and his wife were members of the Methodist Episcopal 
Church, and he was a class leader in the church for many years. 
He d. at Chasm Falls, Mar. 10, 1910. Mrs. Averill survives him. 

Children (all b. at Chasm Falls) : 

3660. i. Newell Daniel", b. June 1, 1866; m. Jennie A. Wilson. 

3661. ii. Gertrude D. 9 , b. Mar. 18, 1868; d. Mar. 25, 1871. 

3662. iii. Grace C. 9 , b. Oct. 3, 1870; m. Hubert S. Earle; has 4 

daughters. 

3663. iv. Mahala E. a , b. Apr. 30, 1873; m. at Sunnyside, Wash., 

Oct. 12, 1910, Charles Campbell. They are living at 
Sunnyside; they have no children. 

3664. v. Emma 0.' j , b. Mar. 29, 1875; m. Sidney D. Perry, has 1 

dau. 

3665. vi. Alvin Adelbert", b. June 23, 1877; unm. ; lives at Sunny- 

side, Wash. 

3666. vii. George Herman'', b. Feb. 26, 1881; m. Agnes E. Lawrence. 

3667. viii. Wallace Leroy", b. Jan. 5, 1883; d. Oct. 27, 1885. 

366S. ix. Alice E.', b. Apr. 21, 1886; m. June 6, 1911, Alfred Doug- 
lass; living at Dannemora, N. Y. 



The Eighth Generation 897 

2640. Mahala Abigail* Averill (Daniel 7 , Dudley 6 (?) , Dud- 
ley 5 , Joseph*, Paul 3 , William-, William 1 ), b. Jan. 28, 1851, at 
Chasm Falls, N. Y., dau. of Daniel and Mary (Trask) Averill; 
was m. (1) Aug. 4, 1869, at Malone, N. Y., to William J. Martin. 
He was b. at Belfast, Ireland, Sept. 3, 1844, and d. at Chasm 
Falls, N. Y., June 26, 1881, leaving three sons. His father, 
David Martin, was b. in the Isle of Man ; moved to Belfast, Ire., 
and then migrated to the United States, settling at Westville, 
N. Y. ; his wife, Jane McCready, was of Scotch descent. 

Mrs. William J. Martin was m. (2) Dec. 13, 1882, at Chasm 
Falls, to Watson Herbert Harwood, M. D., son of Hiram and 
Marianne (Bigelow) Harwood. He was b. June 18, 1854, at 
Bangor, N. Y. ; was graduated 1881 from the Medical College 
of the University of Vermont, and began the practice of his 
profession the same year at Chasm Falls in the town of Malone, 
N. Y., where he has continued his work for thirty years. (See 
Harwood Families, compiled by the above Dr. Watson H. Har- 
wood.) 

Both Dr. and Mrs. Harwood are members of the Methodist 
Episcopal Church, and also of several social, fraternal and patri- 
otic organizations ; he has been politically active in the Prohi- 
bition Party for more than twenty years. 

Mrs. Harwood has had six children, four by her first hus- 
band, Mr. Martin, and two by her second husband, Dr. Harwood. 
Children (all b. at Chasm Falls) (by first husband) : 
i. A Son', who d. in infancy. 

ii. Daniel Harwood' 1 Martin, b. May 15, 1871; was grad. 
from Drew Theological Seminary at Madison, N. J., in 
1898, and has since served churches in the following 
places: Forest Hill, Lutherville, Md., Brightwood, Wash- 
ington, D. C, Berkley Springs, W. Va., Bel Air, Laurel 
and Frostburg, Md. St. John's College, Annapolis, Md., 
conferred on him the degree of Doctor of Divinity, June 
16, 1909. Rev. Dr. Martin was m. at Lutherville, Md., 
Dec. 9, 1902, to Mabel I. Crowther. They are living at 
Frostburg, Md., and have three children : 
i. Harwood 10 Martin, 
ii. Nina 1 " Martin. 
iii. John 10 Martin, 
iii. George Averill" Martin, b. Oct. 26, 1877; was grad. from 
Albany Business College, about 1898. He was m. at 
Rochester, N. Y., Nov. 29, 1906, to Minnie Van Lew. 



898 Averell, Averill, Avery Family 

They lived at Rochester, N. Y. He d. Oct. 18, 1911, at 
Perm Yan, N. Y. 
iv. William John 9 Martin, b. Mar. 17, 1880; attended high 
school and Syracuse University, and is in business in 
New York City. He is unmarried. 

(by second husband) : 

v. Frank Stowell" Harwood, b. Feb. 17, 1890; d. Dec. 17, 

1890. 
vi. Wesley Bigelow" Harwood, b. July 17, 1895, is living with 

his parents at Chasm Falls. 

2645. Rebecca Gordon" Averill (William 7 , Marvin 6 . Jesse 5 , 
Joseph 4 , Paul", William 2 , William 1 ), b. Jan. 18, 1862, at Frank- 
fort, Ky. She is a teacher in a Free Kindergarten for little chil- 
dren of the poor in Frankfort. This kindergarten, having be- 
come a kind of social center, is considered a beneficial factor for 
the whole state of Kentucky. • 

2646. Thomas Page s Averill (William 7 , Marvin , Jesse 5 , 
Joseph 1 , Paul", William-, William 1 ), b. Feb. 15, 1865, at Frank- 
fort, Ky., is a pharmacist, and lives at Frankfort. He m. Oct. 
20, 1897, at Pisgah Ch., Woodford Co., Ky., Mary Jacob Nash 
(dau. of George Pugh Nash of New York City and Mary Tyler, 
his wife), b. May 6, 1869, at Clarksville, Tenn. 

Children (all b. at Frankfort) : 

3669. i. Rebecca Gordon", b. Jan. 8, 1899. 

3670. ii. Thomas Page Jr.", b. Jan. 4, 1901. 

3671. iii. Mary Nash", b. June 26, 1906. 

2647. Marvin Dennison s Averill, 2nd (William 7 , Marvin 8 , 

Jesse 5 , Joseph*, Paul", William 1 , William 1 ), b. Dec. 30, 1870, at 
Frankfort, Ky., is a pharmacist and lives at Frankfort. He m. 
Oct. 14, 1896, at Harrodsburg, Ky., Stella Rose Van Arsdell 
(dau. of David Van Arsdell of Harrodsburg and Rebecca Jane 
Willams, his wife), b. July 25, 1871, at Harrodsburg. 
Children : 
:i<;72. i. William David", b. Jan. 5, 1898, at Harrodsburg. 

3673. ii. Carolyn Rose", b. Mar. 20, 1904. 

3674. iii. Margaret Alle", b. May 11, 1905. 

2651. William Henry s Averill, 2nd (Marvin 7 , Marvin , 
Jesse 5 , Joseph*, Paul", William 1 , William 1 ), b. Feb. 2, 1873, at 
the Denison Homestead (?), Franklin Co., Ky. ; m. Jan. 10, 
1897, Camilla Baskett, dau. of Christopher Baskett and Alice 
Beard, his wife. They live at Louisville, Ky. 



The Eighth Generation 899 

Children : 

3675. i. Emma Christine', b. D.-c. 2o, 1897. 

3676. ii. Mary Virginia'', b. July 1, 1902, at Louisville. 

2653. Maria Louise* Averill (Marvin 7 , Marvin'', Jesse 5 , 
Joseph', Paul'-, William-, William 1 ), b. Nov. 5, 1877. She m. 
Eugene Woods of Mercer Co., Ky. (son of Harvey A. Woods and 
Emily Carpenter, his wife). They still live in that county. 
Child : 

i. Averill 9 Woods. 

2656. Henry Eliphalet s Averill (Henry 7 , Eliphalet 5 , Perry", 
Samuel*, Isaac 3 , William', William 1 ), b. Feb. 15, 1839, at Hart- 
ford, Conn., was a lawyer, and lived at Hartford, Conn., Perrys- 
burg and Columbus, Ohio, and St. Louis, Mo. He m. (1) Dec. 
5, 1865, at Chilhcothe, 0., Julia Maria Dodge (dau. of Frederick 
Dodge of Lyme, N. H., and Eliza Blake, his wife), b. Dec. 3, 
1842, at Lyme. She d. Apr. 12, 1876, at St. Louis. He m. (2) 
Jan. 8, 1878, at Toledo, 0., Caroline Arabel Dodge, sister of his 
first wife. He d. Dec. 3, 1892, at Perrysburg. He was a mem- 
ber of the Connecticut Society Sons of the American Revolution, 
through descent from his great-great-grandfather, Jesse Root, 
Lieutenant Colonel, Connecticut Volunteers, and member of the 
Continental Congress. 

Children (by first wife) : 

3677. i. Henry Dodge'', b. Oct. 5, 1867, at Columbus, O., lives at 

Vancouver. British Columbia. 

3678. ii. Alfred Perry', b. July 17, 1870, at Columbus, was freight 

cashier of the Toledo, St. Louis & Western R. R., and 
is now Paymaster of the El Paso Southwestern Ry. 
System. He has lived at Columbus and Perrysburg, 
O., Springfield, 111., and St. Louis, Mo., and is living at 
present at El Paso. Texas. He m. Oct. 11, 1899, at 
Bryan, 0., Blanche Edna Moore (dau. of Wm. H. Moore 
of Bryan and Nellie Florence Jones, his wife) , b. Oct. 
6, 1873, at Bryan. 

3679. iii. Frederick Clark", b. Dec. 25, 1S75, at St. Louis, has lived 

at Perrysburg, and is now at Toledo, O., where he is an 
attorney and counselor at law. 

(by second wife) : 

3680. iv. Arabel Dodge", b. Oct. 16, 1878, at Perrysburg, O.; d. 

there, Sept. 27, 1892. 



900 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

2657. Col. James Perry s Averill {Henry 7 , Eliphalet 6 , Perry*, 
Samuel 4 , Isaac 3 , William-, William 1 ), b. Oct. 29, 1841, at Hart- 
ford, Conn., lived at Perrysburg, 0., until Oct., 1886, when he 
removed to Atlanta, Ga., where he lived until his death, Oct. 12, 
1904. He m. Feb. 28, 1871, at Perrysburg, Ellen M. Baird. At 
the first call of the President for troops, Apr., 1861, Mr. Averill 
enlisted at Perrysburg, 0., and was appointed Sergeant in Co. 
C, of the 21st Ohio Infantry. This regiment formed a portion 
of Gen. J. D. Cox's Brigade, which drove the Confederate forces, 
under Gen. Wise, out of the Great Kanawha Valley, thus ren- 
dering valuable service in saving the State of West Virginia 
to the Union. Subsequently he served as First Sergeant of Co. 
F, in the 144th Ohio Infantry, which remained on duty in the 
vicinity of Washington. His record in the Grand Army of the 
Republic is as follows : — Past Commander, Post No. 51, Perrys- 
burg, Ohio; Commander, Post No. 1, Atlanta, Ga. (1893); 
Assistant Inspector General, under Commander-in-Chief, Weis- 
sert (1893) ; Assistant Adjutant General, Department of Geor- 
gia (including, South Carolina), for 1894-1898; Commander, 
Department of Georgia (1897) ; Member National Council of 
Administration (1898) ; Chairman of the Advisory Board of 
the Board of Managers of the Andersonville Prison Property, 
appointed by the National Woman's Relief Corps (1896-8). 
At the time of his death he was the National junior Vice Com- 
mander of the Grand Army of the Republic. 

Child : 

3681. i. Louise Root 9 , b. May 1, 1872, at Perrysburg, Ohio; m. 

Clarence Mann Paine, M. D. 

2659. Charles Edward" Averill (Henry 7 , Eliphalet 6 , Perry 5 , 
Samuel 4 , Isaac-, William 2 , William 1 ), b. Jan. 8, 1856, at Perrys- 
burg, O., lived at Hartford, Conn. ; m. Oct. 15, 1883, at 
Saysville, N. Y., Emma A. Smith (dau. of William Cobb Smith 
of Saysville and Sarah Katharine Skinner, his wife), b. Nov. 
6, 1859, at Saysville. Mr. Averill is a book-keeper and lives at 
Saysville. 

Children: 

3682. i. William Henry', b. Apr. 23, 1884, at Saysville, living at 

St. Louis, Mo. 

3683. ii. Asenath Katherine", b. Sept. 2, 1889, at East Hartford, 

Conn.; living at Saysville. 



The Eighth Generation 901 

3684. iii. Charles Edward 9 , b. Apr. 23, 1898, at Girdletree, Md.; d. 

there, Mar. 22, 1901. 

2660. Eliphalet* Averill (Phineas', Perry 6 , Perry 5 , Sam- 
uel 4 , Isaac 5 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. July 17, 1833, at South Brit- 
ain, Conn., was a merchant in that town for some years. He 
removed to Michigan before 1872, and settled at Jackson. He 
had, with others, a flour mill at Ada, Mich. He m. Dec. 23, 
1858, Elizabeth Boughton Stebbins, dau. of Rev. William Steb- 
bins, a Methodist minister of Connecticut. He d. May 4, 1897, 
at Jackson, Mich. 

Children : 

3685. i. Perry', b. June 11, 1862, at New Haven, Conn., has attained 

eminence in the artistic world as a painter and singer. 
His fine baritone voice brought him into such demand 
that he sacrificed his painting to his music. His early 
education was in the Jackson schools. He has spent 
much time in New York and Europe, and has appeared 
in English, French and Italian grand opera, and in 
English concerts, and has been a church soloist and 
director of music in some of the best known churches in 
New York City. He is now (1906) director and soloist 
in St. Bartholomew Ch., New York City. 

3686. ii. Lona Elizabeth 9 , b. Mar. 3, 1872. 

3687. iii. Walter Curtiss', b. June 6, 1873, at Ada, Mich.; m. Maud 

Renick. 

2661. Capt. Perry* Averill (Phineas 7 , Perry 6 , Perry 5 , Sam- 
uel 4 , Isaac 3 , William-, William 1 ), b. May 24, 1840, at South 
Britain, Conn., was a flour manufacturer and wholesale grocer 
at Ada and Jackson in the State of Michigan. He was with the 
13th Conn. Volunteers during the Civil War and won distinc- 
tion during the siege of Port Hudson. When Gen. Banks called 
for 1,000 volunteers to head an assaulting column at that Port, 
Capt. Averill was one of the men who volunteered and served 
with honor. Just before the close of the War, as he was too 
disabled to be with his regiment, he was ordered to Jackson, 
Mich., on special duty, and this led to his final settlement in the 
State. He m. (1) Dec. 3 (or 5?), 1865, at Jackson, Ada Mosher 

(dau. of Benjamin Mosher of Jackson), b. , , and d. 

in 1873, He m. (2) Sept. 5, 1876, Ellen Curtiss (dau. of Daniel 
Curtiss of Woodbury, Conn., and Julia Strong, his wife) . 



902 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

Child (by first wife) : 

3688. i. Nathan King', b. Oct. 24, 1872, at Jackson; m. Mary 

Bradley. 

2662. Eunice Eliza* Averill (Phineas 7 , Perry 6 , Perry 7 ', Sam- 
uel', Isaac 3 , WiUiam\ William 1 ), b. Sept. 20, 1840, at South 
Britain, Conn., lives at Woodbury, Conn. She m. Nov. 28, 1865, 
at South Britain, Walter S. Curtiss (son of Daniel Curtiss of 
Woodbury and Julia Strong, his wife), who was b. at Wood- 
bury. 

Children (both b. at Woodbury) : 

i. Daniel Averill" Curtiss, b. July 20, 1867; m. Dorothy 

Whitney, 
ii. Julia Eliza 9 Curtiss, b. Sept. 21, 1874; m. Dr. 

Variell. 

2663. Samuel Phineas* Averill (Phineas 1 , Perry 6 , Perry 5 , 
Samuel 4 , Isaac 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. June 12, 1843, at South 
Britain, Conn., where he is a highly respected farmer. He m. 
Mar. 2, 1870, at South Britain, Julia Tyler Mitchell (dau. of 
Amos Mitchell of South Britain and Esther Maria Tyler, his 
wife), b. May 11, 1852. 

Children (both b. at South Britain) : 

3689. i. Ada Maria", b. Dec. 20, 1870; m. Harry Campbell Quintard. 

3690. ii. Frank William", b. Jan. 17, 1875; d. Dec. 29, 1898. 

2669. Hon. Heman Ot.V Averill (Samuel 7 , Samuel*. Perry 5 , 

Samuel*, Isaac 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. Aug. 20, 1856, at New 
Preston, in the Town of Washington, Conn., is an influential 
citizen and farmer in his native town, and lives on the farm 
purchased by his ancestor Samuel Averill in 1746, and which 
he has appropriately named "The Averill Homestead." As 
Isaac spent the last years of his life with his son Samuel, it 
follows that Heman Averill's children are the seventh genera- 
tion of Averills that have lived on the old farm. This farm has 
become a model in Litchfield County, and his son, Mr. Ralph J. 
Averill, is now manager of it for his father. Mr. Averill was 
educated at Waramaug Academy, New Preston, Conn,, and at 
Oberlin College, Ohio, although not graduated from the latter. 
He has held many offices of his own town. He has been Judge 
of Probate since 1898 for the District of Washington, and his 
name since the first election has been on the ticket of both par- 



The Eighth Generation 903 



ties. He represented the Town of Washington in the lower 
branch of the General Assembly in 1891, and the 20th Sena- 
torial District in the Senate of 1895 ; was Paymaster General 
on Gov. Geo. E. Lounsbury's staff, and is now serving his four- 
teenth year as Commissioner on Domestic Animals for the 
State. He was Director for Litchfield County in the Connecticut 
Dairyman's Association from Jan., 1900, to Jan., 1908, when he 
resigned and was succeeded by his son, Ralph. He is President 
of The Washington Supply Co., Inc., at Washington Depot, 
dealers in hardware, lumber, coal, grain, feed, etc., and a Direc- 
tor in The Washington Mutual Fire Insurance Co. In politics 
he is a Republican. Gen. Averill is also a Past Master of 
Washington Grange No. 11, P. of H. of Excelsior Pomona 
Grange No. 7, and of Rising Sun Lodge No. 27, F. and A. M. 

He m. Oct. 20, 1881, at Marble Dale, Conn., Bertha W. 
Buckingham (dau. of Ralph Buckingham and Elvira Wheaton, 
his wife), b. Nov. 24, 1859, at New Milford, Conn. In their old 
stone mansion, built in 1831, is a large and promising family 
of children ; and here lived the beloved grandmother, Betsey 
(Johnson) Averill, who d. at the old home Jan. 16, 1891, aged 
104 years less four months, surrounded by the love and atten- 
tion of her descendants to the fourth generation, and respected 
and honored by a wide circle of friends and acquaintances, 

Mr. Averill cheriches the original deed, dated April 25, 
1746, which he holds in his possession, and which is perfectly 
legible to this clay, that conveyed the land he now occupies to 
his grandfather's grandfather, Samuel Averill. The following 
are abstracts from an extended notice of the farm which ap- 
peared in a Connecticut paper several years ago : 

"It would be difficult to find in the whole state of Connecticut a home- 
stead and farm more beautiful, more historic and yet more modern than 

that of (Gen.) Heman O. Averill This handsome old place 

stands in the middle of a high plateau 1000 feet above the level of the sea. 
It is situated about three miles from Washing-ton, and is a little over twelve 
miles from the town of Litchfield, which is the county seat. 

"The land on which the Averill Homestead is built was originally a 
part of the great Waramaug Reserve which was owned and ruled over by 

the famous old Indian chief, Waramaug At the time Samuel 

Averill (No. 88) purchased the land Litchfield was unknown, but the two 
chief counties were Hartford, the northern portion of the state, and New 
Haven, the Southern. 



904 Aver ell, Averill, Avery Family 

"Soon after purchasing the farm, Samuel Averill erected near the center 
of his land a large house which he occupied with his father, Isaac Averill. 
Until the year 1831 this house stood; but during that year the present 

homestead was built The stones were taken from the farm; 

the timbers of the house, wainscotings, floorings and finishings were made 

by hand, and many of the timbers were hewn from solid oak 

This Homestead has passed from father to son since it was founded; the 
occupants in order were Samuel (No. 88), Col. Perry Averill (No. 250), 
Samuel (No. 604), Samuel Johnson (No. 1424), the present occupant, 
Heman Otis Averill (No. 2669). This farm is located at the top of what 
is locally known as Baldwin Hill. The house stands in the center of a large 

plateau and the farm forms a large circle about the dwelling 

The view of valleys, hills and the mountain range is very beautiful, and 
the clear, sweet air which lends vigor to body and mind has had much to do 
with the growing up of the sturdy and upright race of men who from 
generation to generation have occupied the old homestead. 

"The house is quaint and rambling in construction. In it are many odd 
corners, windings of hall and stairway, steps down and steps up, such as 
are found in all old houses. The rooms are large and airy, with high 
ceilings and carved woodwork. Each room has its quaint and valuable 
pieces of furniture, many of them 200 years old; a remarkably handsome 
high-boy of solid mahogany is among them; also many low-boys, old chairs, 
secretaries, spinning wheels, and carpet looms, all handmade, without the 
use of nails. A fine old mahogany Hepplewhite sideboard, an artistic 
corner cupboard, and a handsome collection of old china and pewter are 
among the treasures of the house. 

"The farm is one of the most fertile and productive in the region; the 
meadows clean, level and well kept — the yield unusual and there is woodland 
sufficient to supply fuel for years to come. The stables are planned to give 
fresh air and sunshine to horses and cattle; their floors are of cement, and 
large buckets with running water are where the cattle may drink when they 
wish. A herd of 50 cows occupy one barn, among them some finely bred 
Ayreshires. All the barns and yards are supplied with clear, cold, running 
water. It is certainly a modern and quite up-to-date farm." 

Mr. Averill holds his father's excellent collection of Averill 
data in MS., and he generously allowed the compiler of this 
history the use of all the records, parts of which have been 
embodied in this work. They related almost wholly to the family 
of Isaac, with early copies of Ipswich and Topsfield. Mass., 
records; but they are of great value and assistance in the com- 
pilation of this history. They contain : — 

(1) Horace Arc-rill's Records of Ancestors and Relations 1820; 

(2) Samuel Johnson AverilPs Averill Record, "prepared April 1853" gath- 
ered l'i om r 145 to '53 ; 



3692. 


ii. 


3693. 


iii. 


3694. 


iv. 


3695. 


v. 


3696. 


vi. 


3697. 


vii. 



The Eighth Generation 905 

(3) Samuel Johnson AverilFs revision of the Averill Record of 1853, with 
additions to 1887; 

(4) The MS. of E. O. Jameson, 1885; 

(5) A Record by Samuel J., prepared after 1885. 

Mrs. Averill is a very domestic woman, with gracious man- 
ners, and interesting personality, tall, slender, and dark. She is 
a mother of the New England type which all Americans honor. 
The family of Hon. and Mrs. Heman Otis Averill is as follows: 
Children (all b. at the Averill Homestead) : 
3691. i. Laura Buckingham", b. Apr. 1, 1883; m. Lester Clark 
Harvey. 
Ralph Johnson 1 ', b. Nov. 8, 1884. 
Clara Wheaton", b. Apr. 18, 1887. 
Dorothy 1 ', b. Jan. 14, 1889. 

Heman Otis, Jr.', b. Aug-. 5, 1891; d. Aug. 13, 1891. 
Heman Perry 1 ', b. May 3, 1898. 
Grace Julia', b. Feb. 12, 1900. 

2673. Joseph Otis s Averill Jr. (Joseph 7 , Augustin 6 , Perry 5 , 
Samuel*, Isaac"', William' 2 , William 1 ), b. June 4, 1857, at New 
York, is a merchant, and has lived at Brooklyn, N. Y., and 
Yokohama, Japan. He m. Dec. 13, 1886, at Yokohama, Julia 
Cammann Blake (dau. of Alexander Veits Blake of Brooklyn, 
N. Y., and Maria Elizabeth Whitehouse, his wife), b. Sept. 1, 
1863, at Brooklyn, N. Y. They have resided at New York City 
since 1890 (?). 

Children : 

3698. i. Dorothy 1 ', b. June 2, 1888, at Yokohama. 

3699. ii. Otis 9 III, b. Jan. 15, 1891, at Yokohama. 

3700. iii. Norman Whitehouse", b. Jan. 20, 1892, at Yonkers, N. Y. 

2685. Robert Garra s Averill (Garra 7 , Nathaniel*, Samuel 5 , 
Samuel 4 , Isaac-, William-, William 1 ), b. May 9, 1829, at Salis- 
bury, Conn.; m. Sept. 22, 1857, at Lee, Mass., Nancy Emily 
Phelps, b. Dec. 25, 1834, at Wytheville, Va. He d. June 7, 1890, 
at Lee, Mass. [see The Whitney Family of Connecticut, No. 
11412]. 

Child : 

3701. i. Mary Elizabeth 1 ', b. Aug. 26, 1866, at Lenoxdale, Mass., 

lives at La Course, Wis. 

2686. Chester 1 " Averill (Chester 7 , Nathaniel 6 , Samuel 5 , 
Samuel 4 , Isaac 3 , William-, William'), b. May 31, 1836, at Sche- 
nectady, N. Y., was graduated at Union College, 1857, and lived 



906 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

at Stockbridge, Mass. He m. Oct. 3, 1872, at Stockbridge, Mary 
Stuart Field, dau. of Jonathan Edwards Field and Ann Stuart, 
his wife. He d. Dec, 1883. 
Children : 

3702. i. Chester", b. Aug. 11, 1873. 

3703. ii. Julia Pomeroy'', b. July 2, 1875; m. Mar. 31, 1900, at San 

Francisco, Cal., Reginald Rowan Belknap, a lieut. in 
the U. S. Navy, and son of Admiral Belknap, of Boston, 
Mass. 

3704. iii. Alice Byington 9 , b. Feb. 21, 1878. 

3705. iv. Arthur", b. Feb. 19, 1883; d. Mar. 20, 1887. 

2689. John Chester 8 Averill {Roger 1 , Nathaniel*, Samuel 5 , 
Samuel*, Isaac-, William 1 , William'), b. Dec. 21, 1849, at Salis- 
bury, Conn., was graduated from Cornell, class of 1873 ; became 
a lawyer, and has been Clerk of the Courts of New London County, 
Conn., for some years. That he is held in high regard is mani- 
fested by the fact that he has been appointed to many offices of 
honor, and has been and is a director or trustee in many insti- 
tutions and corporations. Although he avoids publicity, he 
is well known, and his character and ability add much value 
to the good name he inherits. He is a member of the Connecti- 
cut Society, Sons of the American Revolution and Colonial 
Wars. He m. June 9, 1880, at Danbury, Conn., Hattie Taylor 
Clark (dau. of William H. Clark, a merchant of Danbury, and 
Julia Andrews Taylor, his wife), who was b. at Danbury. They 
reside at Norwich, Conn., where they have lived many years. 
Children (both b. at Norwich) : 

3706. i. Roger", b. Nov. 1, 1886; d. July 26, 1889, at Norwich. 

3707. ii. John Chester, Jr.", b. May 4, 1890; d. May 29, 1891, at 

Norwich. 

2693. Damon Rivers" Averill (Asa 7 , Noble , Nathan 5 , Dan- 
iel 1 , Isaac 3 , William 1 , William'), b. May, 1828, at Woodville, 
N. Y., was a manufacturer of paints and oils, the head of the 
Averiil Chemical Paint Co. He lived at Newburgh, Ohio, which 
is now Cleveland, and at Pulaski, N. Y. He was a very bright 
boy, and before he was eighteen years old, built, with no assist- 
ance, an engine and steamboat, and ran it from Port Ontario 
to Oswego and Rochester; it carried about 150 passengers and 
some freight, and was called the "Ch'nton." He sold it to a 
firm in Oswego. He was a friend of P. T. Barnum, and also of 



The Eighth Generation 907 

President Garfield, on whose election he spent a very large sum 
of money. He was a man with humane instincts, a generous 
friend, and unselfish among his associates. He is said to have 
been worth over three millions at the age of thirty-five. His 
places of business were Cleveland, 0., and San Francisco, Cal. 
He m. about 1852, at Pulaski, Adelia Thomas (dan. of Luther 
B. Thomas and Amanda F., his wife), b. May, 1835, at Pulaski, 
N. Y. He d. Feb. 17, 1881, at Delft, Holland. 
Children : 

3708. i. Francis Eugene", b. June 10, 1853; m. Kate N. Low. 

3709. ii. Stella Rivers 11 , b. Mar. 17, 1865; m. Wm. R. Molther. 

3710. iii. Rupert Elton'', b. Nov. 11, 1869, at New Centreville, 

N. Y., lives at Deadwood, S. Dak. 

2697. Norman Simonds s Averill (Mills 7 , Noble 1 ', Nathan 3 , 
Daniel 4 , Isaac; William 2 , William 1 ), b. May 14, 1833, at Beth- 
any, Genesee Co., N. Y., lived at Luna, Inch, and Fairfield, la., 
and, since Nov., 1878, at Los Angeles, Cal. He is Secretary of 
the Board of Education at Los Angeles. He m. Mar. 23, 1858, 
at Fairfield, Anna Sophia Wells. They have had four children, 
three of whom have died. 

Children : 

3711. i. George Edward' 1 , m. Mamie Williams. 

3712. ii. (A Child)"; dec. 

3713. iii. (A Child)"'; dec. 

3714. iv. (A Child) 1 '; dec. 

2701. James Kent Platt s Averill (Henry 7 , Nathan"', Na- 
than 5 , Daniel 4 , Isaac , William', William 1 ), b. Mar. 10, 1825, at 
Plattsburg, N. Y., is an attorney and counsellor-at-law, and has 
lived at Plattsburg, Champlain, Rouse's Point and E. Beekman- 
town, N. Y. He m. Mar. 2, 1846, at Grafton, Vt., Julia Jennette 
Evans (dau. of Simeon Evans and Susan Kidder, his wife), b. 
July 9, 1825, at Buckingham, Vt. He d. Dec. 23, 1897, at Cham- 
plain. 

Children : 

3715. i. Susan Elizabeth", b. June 26, 1847, at Plattsburg; m. 

Sylvester A. Kellog-g\ 

3716. ii. Jennette Evans', b. Sept. 22, 1849, at Plattsburg; m. 

Royal Corbin. 



908 Aver ell, Averill, Avery Family 

3717. iii. James', b. Apr. 26, 1852, at Champlain, was an able and 

successful business man. 

3718. iv. Mary Barry 1 ', b. Mar. 21, 1854, at Champlain; m. Henry 

Hoyle. 

2702. Henrv Ketchum* Averill, Jr. (Henry 7 , Nathan*, Na- 
than", Daniel*, Isaac-, William 2 , William'), b. Mar. 26, 1830, at 
Plattsburg, N. Y., is a civil engineer and surveyor, and has 
lived at Plattsburg, N. Y., Decorah, la., and his present resi- 
dence is Washington, D. C. He is a man who has worked for 
the love of his chosen profession ; is a member of the Society of 
Colonial Wars ; member, and in 1898, President of the Society 
of the War of 1812, in the State of New York; is also eligible 
to the "Society of the 29" by several ancestors, and to Revolu- 
tionary Societies. He m. Jan. 19, 1854, at Plattsburg, Almira 
Elizabeth Miller (dau. of Hunting Miller and Maria Parsons, 
his wife), b. Nov. 17, 1833, at Plattsburg. 

Mr. Averill's name appears also with those of his ancestors 
in Plattsburg records. His deep interest in his family and 
ancestry has led him to the enthusiastic and methodical collec- 
tion of data along various lines, which data has been most gen- 
erously placed at the disposal of the compiler of this genealogy. 
He has not only given the general data for his branch of the 
Averills, but has helped in every way possible in the completion 
of this work. 

Children : 

3719. i. Charles Ketchum", b. May 14, 1860, at Decorah; d. there, 

Nov. 17, 1860. 

3720. ii. Frank Lloyd 9 , b. Nov. 15, 1861, at Decorah; m. (1) Edith 

M. Parsons; m. (2) Juliet A. Henry. 

3721. iii. Maria Elizabeth' 1 , b. May 17, 1865, at Plattsburg; m. 

Charles S. Dayton. 

3722. iv. Grace Platt', b. Feb. 4, 1870, at Plattsburg; d. there, 

Apr. 23, 1886. 

2703. Mary Elizabeth s Averill (Henry 7 , Nathan 6 , Nathan 5 , 
Daniel*, Isaac 3 , William 2 , William'), b. July 19, 1831, at Platts- 
burg, N. Y., has lived at Lookout Mt., Ga., and New Oregon, 
Ta. (1856). She m. Mar. 31, 1854, at Chattanooga, Tenn., 
Perrie E. Burch (son of Daniel E. Burch,* an officer in the 

Daniel E. Burch was l>. 1802, in New Jersey, and d. at Louisville, 
Ky.. in 1833. 



Henry Ketchum Averill, Jr. (No. 2702), 



A YHviaH 



The Eighth Generation 911 

U. S. Army, and Martha Odens, his wife), b. Apr. 28, 1832. He 
d. Aug. 19, 1863, in the U. S. Army Hospital at New Orleans, 
Camp Carrolton. He was a Southerner by birth, but served in 
the Union Army, "and d. on the spot where he was born." 
Children : 

i. Martha Laymia" Burch, b. Sept. 10, 1855, at Lookout 

Mt.; m. John Wolff, 
ii. Mary Elmore' Burch, b. Feb. 25, 1857, at New Oregon, 

la.; m. Oct. 19, 1886, J. M. McConnell, now dec. 
iii. Jennette" Burch, b. Apr. 24, 1859, at New Oregon. 

2708. George" Averill (Calvin 7 , Nathan", Nathan*, Daniel', 
Isaac 3 , William-, William 1 ), b. 18 — ■? His name appears on 
Clinton County Registry of deeds ; he m. Maria Colton. 
Children : 



3723. 


i. 


Emma', b. 18 — ; 


m. Edward Yates. 


3724. 


ii. 


Hattie' 1 , b. 18 — . 




3725. 


iii. 


Carrie'', b. 18 — ; 


m. R. Yates, has one son 


3726. 


iv. 


William' 1 , b. 18- 




3727. 


v. 


Minnie', b. 18—. 





2713. Henry D. 8 Averill (Charles', Nathan 6 , Nathan 5 , Dan- 

iel\ Isaac 3 , William', William 1 ), b. 18 — ; m. ; 

lived and d. at Bridgeport, Conn. 
Child : 

3728. i. James Henry'', b. 1873 (?), lived at New York City. He 
d. Apr. 28, 1902, at Brooklyn, N. Y., aired 2!) years. 
There may have been other children. 

2718. John Henry s Averell (Caleb 7 , Nathan", Nathan 5 , Dan- 
iel', Isaac-', William', William 1 ), b. 1843, at Plattsburg, N. Y., 
was in the Southern Army during the Civil War. He was a 
railroad man, and has lived at Charleston and Beaufort, S. C, 
at Waco, Tex., and at Winchester, Va. He m. May 22, 1867, at 
Charleston, Susan Harriet Marshall (dau. of Edward West 
Marshall of Charleston and Elizabeth Glass, his wife), b. July 
27, 1841, at Columbia, S. C. Mr. Averill was appointed Re- 
ceiver to the Port Royal and Augusta R. R. ; was twice elected 
Intendant of Summerville, S. C. His present place of residence 
is Charleston, S. C. ; he was Director General of the Charleston 
Exposition, 1902. They have a charming summer home and a 
very interesting aviary of local birds at Summerville. 



912 Averell, Averill, Avery Family 

Children : 

3734. i. Edward Marshall 1 ', b. Apr. 1, 1868, at Waco; m. Annie 

L. Card. 

3735. ii. Sarah Sprague", b. July 12, 1870, at Charleston; m. David 

H. Graham. 

3736. iii. Harry", b. 18 — ; d. in infancy. 

3737. iv. Frank", b. 18 — ; d. in infancy. 

3738. v. Julia Arthur", b. Dec. 26, 1873, at Winchester; lives at 

Charleston, S. C. 

3739. vi. Frederick Sprague", b. June 3, 1877, at Winchester; 

"played a leading part not only in the annals of this 
his native city, but also in the history of his country. 
In Charleston he will always be remembered as a com- 
petent, courteous business man. From the first incep- 
tion of the present (1902) Exposition he was an inde- 
fatigable and enthusiastic worker as sec. to his father, 

Director Gen., J. H. Averell There is little 

doubt but that his conscientious devotion to this work 
undermined his constitution and was partly responsible 
for the illness (appendicitis) which terminated fatally" 
(May 13, 1902, at St. Francis Xavier Infirmary). "Mr. 
Averell was 25 yrs. old and was private sec. to Gen. 
MacArthur for a year in the Philippines, and during 
this time acquainted himself with the language, customs 
and needs of the natives in a way that won him the 
highest commendation of the military officers. When 
the Boxer troubles developed in China, and the U. S. 
troops were ordered to the Celestial Empire, Mr. Averell 
was still with the military officers in command, acting 
as sec. in the memorable approach to Tien Tsin. Find- 
ing the climate was not beneficial, he returned to his 
own city, Charleston." (News Courier.) He enlisted 
during the Spanish-American War, as private in the 
1st. Regt., Tenn. Vols., Co. A., and went to Manila. He 
was some time at Iloilo, and then at Cuba, before re- 
turning home. Flags were placed at half mast before 
the Exposition and over the Administration Building at 
the time of his death, as a fitting tribute to one who had 
given not only to that work, but also to his city, state 
and country his best services. 

3740. vii. John Henry", b. June 28, 1880, at Summerville, lives at 

Asheville, S. C. 

3741. viii. Theodore Sydney", b. Dec. 10, 1881, at Charleston, lives at 

Saluda, S. C. 

3742. ix. Bessie", b. 18—; d. in infancy. 



The Eighth Generation 913 

3743. x. Caleb N. 9 , b. 18 — ; d. in infancy. 

3744. xi. Kennerly Marshall", b. Apr. 2, 1890, at Summerville. 

2719. Louise Woodruff * Averill (Caleb 7 , Nathan 6 , Nathan 7 ', 
Daniel*, Isaac'-, William-, William 1 ), b. 1844, at Plattsburg, 
N. Y., lived at Charleston and Aiken, S. C, and Slatington, Pa. 
She m. Oct., 1867, at Charleston, Rev. George J. Porter, who 

was b. in Ireland. He was a Presbyterian clergyman, educated 
at Davidson, N. C, Lafayette, Pa., and Columbia Theological 
Seminary, S. C. He was a chaplain in the Confederate Army, 
and his ministry was in Aiken, S. C, Slatington, Pa., and New- 
ark, Del. He d. July, 1891, at Newark. She d. July 20, 1870, 
at Charleston. 
Children : 

i. Frederick Averill 1 ' Porter, b. Aug-. 6, 1868, at Slatington, 
lived at Charleston, S. C, and Newark, Del., where he 
d. in 1876. 
ii. Mary Louise 1 ' Porter, b. May 21, 1870, at Aiken, has lived 
at Charleston and Summerville, S. C, and has rendered 
valuable assistance to the compiler of this genealogy by 
gathering data for her branch of the family. 

2721. Rosa* Averill (Reuben 7 , Nathan 6 , Nathan 5 , Daniel*, 
Isaac-, William 2 , William'), b. Jan. 20, 1850, at Plattsburg, 
N. Y., lives there. She m. Oct. 21, 1875, at Plattsburg, Charles 
Halsey Moore (son of Charles Curren Moore of Mineral Pt., 
Wis., and Mary Minerva Miller, his wife), b. July 23, 1844, at 
Plattsburg. 

Children (all b. at Plattsburg) : 

i. Frank 1 ' Moore, b. Aug. 20, 1876. 

ii. Frances 11 Moore, b. Aug. 19, 1879. 

iii. Henrietta 1 ' Moore, b. July 29, 1882. 

iv. Henry 1 ' Moore, b. July 29, 1882. 

v. Mary 1 ' Moore, b. Sept. 30, 1889. 

2730. Susan Elizabeth' Averill (George 7 , Stephen 1 '', Na- 
than 5 , Daniel, Isaac 3 , William-, William'), b. Dec. 28, 1846, at 
Eden, Wis., lives at Spring Valley, Minn. She m. Jan. 23, 1867, 
at Eden, Dwight L. Beagle (son of John Beagle of Clinton Co., 
N. Y., and Susan Nash, his wife), b. Dec. 28, 1839, in Clinton 
Co., N. Y.; d. May 25, 1898, at Spring Valley. 



914 Aver ell, Averill, Avery Family 

Children : 

i. George Averill' 1 Beagle, b. Jan. 23, 1870, at Eden, Wis.; 

m. Aug. 18, 1898, at Spring- Valley, Laura Langham. 
ii. John L.' j Beagle, b. July 24, 1873, at Eden; m. Nov. 1, 

1898, at Grand Meadow, Minn., Fantine Van Loan. 
iii. Roland Dwight" Beagle, b. Feb. 19, 1876, at Eden, 
iv. Alvira Ethel' Beagle, b. June 9, 1879, at Spring Valley. 

2736. Caspar Stephen* Averill (George 7 , Stephen 6 , Nathan 5 , 
Daniel*, Isaac, William 1 , William 1 ), b. May 14, 1860, at Eden, 
Wis., is a merchant, and has lived at Eden and Fond du Lac, 
Wis. He m. Mar. 20, 1886, at Fond du Lac, Jessie V. Cleveland 
(dau. of C. 0. Cleveland and Luella Bacon, his wife), b. May 
10, 1870, at Fond du Lac, where they reside. 

Children : 

3745. i. Dale", b. Mar. 26, 1888, at Fond du Lac. 

3746. ii. Charles' 1 , b. Mar. 16, 1891, at Spring Valley; d. there, 

Sept. 22, 1892. 

2738. Charles Sidle* Averill (Edgar, Stephen 6 , Nathan 5 , 
Daniel 4 , Isaac 1 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. Aug. 11, 1855, at Platts- 
burg, N. Y., is, like his father, a hotel-proprietor, and manages 
the noted "Yates" at Syracuse, N. Y., where he has lived for 
many years. He m. June 4, 1890, at Auburn, N. Y., Jennie E. 

Raeish (dau. of Mr. Raeish and Edith Andrews, his 

wife), b. 1868, at Auburn. 

Children : 

3747. i. Lloyd B. 1 ', b. Dec. 2, 1892, at Auburn. 

3748. ii. Charles Mills'', b. Mar. 9, 1897, at Syracuse. 

2741. Rosanna s Averill (Veraneous 7 , Stephen 1 ', Nathan 5 , 
Daniel 4 , Isaac-, William' 1 , William'), b. June 18, 1848, at Platts- 
burg, N. Y., lives at Osakis, Minn. She m. Jan. 17, 1872, at 
Eden, Wis., Edward Weeks Root (son of Albert Root and Millie 
Hannah Dodge, his wife), b. Apr. 23, 1847, at Eden. 
Children : 

i. Jasper E." Root, b. June 25, 1873; m. Lillie Gray. 
ii. Queen Marguerite Root, b. Oct. 16, 1877; m. Lazell 
Sprague. 



The Eighth Generation 915 

2743. Veraneous" Averill ( Veraneous 7 , Stephen''', Nathan 5 , 
Daniel*, Isaac-", William 2 , William 1 ), b. Feb., 1853, at Cleveland, 
0., is a farmer, has lived at Eden and Fond du Lac, Wis., Osakis, 
Minn., and is now a resident at Mortlack Hill P. O., at Eyebrow 
Hill, Saskatchewan, Can. He m. Apr. 4, 1872, at Eden, Harriet 
M. Harcum (dau. of Josiah Harcum of Eden), b. June 22, 1852, 
at Plattsburg, Pa. 

Children : 

3749. i. Henry Lafayette'', b. Jan. 20, 1873, at Fond du Lac; m. 

Ida M. Burns. 

3750. ii. Minnie E. 1 , b. Feb. 2, 1874, at Fond du Lac; m. William 

Wickwire. 

3751. iii. Veraneous G.", b. Oct. 17, 1881, at Gorden, Todd Co., 

Minn.; m. Mattie Clement. 

3752. iv. Joseph", b. Dec. 17, 1882; d. at the age of three months, 

in the Township of Gorden. 

3753. v. Case Leonard", b. Feb. 2, 1885, at Gorden, lives at Ban- 

croft, S. Dak. 

2744. Alfred Charles" Averill (Veraneous 7 , Stephen*, Na- 
than 7 ', Daniel', Isaac-, William-, William 1 ), b. Mar. 26, 1854, at 
Cleveland, 0.; m, (1) Jan. 3, 1877, at Fond du Lac, Wis., Clara 
Hopkins; he m. (2) Mrs. Zilla Abers. He has lived at Eden 
and Fond du Lac, Wis., at Osakis, Minn., and now is living in 
Alberta (town not known), Canada. 

Children (only the following known) (by first wife) : 

3754. i. Jasper'. 

3755. ii. Alfred''. 

(by second wife) : 

3756. iii. ". 

3757. iv. 9 . 

3758. v. '■'. 

3759. vi. s . 

2748. George Marshall 8 Averill {John 1 , David 6 , Daniel 5 , 
Daniel*, Isaac', William 2 , William 1 ), b. Oct. 12, 1838, at Bran- 
ford, Conn., was master of a coasting vessel, and later an oyster 
dealer. He was a Mason of the "Widows' Sons" lodge, and 
lived at Branford. He m. Mar. 20, 1863, at Branford, Harriet 

E. Babcock (dau. of Russell W. Babcock and Wealthy A. , 

his wife), b. Jan. 2, 1843, at Lyme, Conn. Mrs. Averill d. May 
8, 1883, at Branford, and Mr. Averill d. Feb. 22, 1908. 



916 Averell, Averill, Avery Family 

Children (all b. at Branford) : 

3760. i. Frederick Lawton", b. July 15, 1865; m. Emma E. Button. 

3761. ii. George Walter", b. June 13, 1870, lives at Branford. He 

is the only member of the family whose birth does not 
appear on the Town Records. He served three years in 
the U. S. Navy; was in the Spanish- American War, and 
one of the crew of the Lancaster which captured numer- 
ous prizes. 

3762. iii. Lister Marshall", b. Oct. 18, 1871; d. Sept. 22, 1872, at 

Branford. 

3763. iv. John Russell", b. Sept. 18, 1876, lives at New Haven, 

Conn. He m. there, Daisy E. Stannard; they have 1 
child. He is a member of the Young Men's Rep. Club, 
the Elks of New Haven, the Woodland Lodge, Knights 
of Pythias. 

3764. v. Lewis Southard", b. July 1, 1878, lives at Meriden, Conn. 

He m. June 30, 1906, at Branford, Grace F. Slater (dau. 
of Moses Slater, b. in Eng., and Adeline F. Phelps, his 
wife), b. Sept. 3, 1874, in New York City. 

3765. vi. Ernest Le Roy", b. Jan. 22, 1883, at Branford, Conn., lives 

at New Haven; is in the Hillhouse High School, and an 
officer in the Boys' Brigade (1900); member of the 2nd 
Cong. Ch. of Fair Haven. 

2750. Roland Gelston* Averill (John 7 , David 6 , Daniel 5 , 
Daniel*, Isaac 3 , William-, William 1 ), b. May 3, 1843, at Bran- 
ford, Conn., is a postal clerk in a railway mail service and lives 
at Branford. He served three years in the U. S. Navy as 2nd 
lieut. of marines, during the Civil War. He m. Nov. 27, 1867, 
at Branford, Fanny M. Palmer (dau. of Joel B. Palmer and 
Lucina Clanning, his wife), b. Mar. 7, 1847, at Branford. He 
d. at Branford, Oct. 17, 1894. 

Children (all b. at Branford) : 

3766. i. Morris De Witte", b. Oct. 17, 1869, lives at Wilkesbarre, 

Penn. He is an artist and has done some very fine 
work — scenic glass and artistic sign painting. He has 
travelled through many of the Western States and has 
done work there. He m. May 18, 1891, at Wilkesbarre, 
Margaret Coyle; they have 2 children. 

3767. ii. Jai"^ Frances Platt", b. Sept. 19, 1871, lives at Branford. 

3768. iii. Mary Edna", b. Oct. 27, 1878; d. June 14, 1879, at Bran- 

ford. 



The Eighth Generation 917 

3769. iv. Carolyn Mercer' 1 , b. July 23, 1879, lives at New Haven, 

Conn. She is a book keeper and stenographer, member 
of Trinity Episcopal Ch. of Branford and of the Daugh- 
ters of the King. 

3770. v. Harry Roland'', b. May 13, 1882, lives at Branford. 

2751. Asahel Thompson" Averill (John 7 , David 6 , Daniel 5 , 

Daniel 4 , Isaac-, William", William'), b. May 27, 1849, at Fair 
Haven, Conn., is an oyster dealer and lives at Branford, Conn. 
He m. Nov. 29, 1876, at Salem, Conn., Sarah Jane ("Jennie") 
Baker (dau. of J. Hobert Baker and Sarah Esther Ranson, his 
wife) , b. Sept. 7, 1856, at East Haddam, Conn. 
Child : 

3771. i. Lena Viola", b. Feb. 21, 1878, at Branford; d. there, Mar. 

16, 1878. 

2752. John "Frank" 8 Averill (John 7 , David 6 , Daniel 5 , Dan- 
iel 4 , Isaac", William-, William 1 ), b. Sept. 19, 1852, at Fair 
Haven, Conn., is an oyster dealer and lives at Branford, Conn. 
He belongs to the Woodland Lodge, Knights of Pythias and 
Blackstone Lodge, I. 0. O. F. He m. Oct. 2, 1877, at N. Lyme, 
Conn., Bessie M. Shenman (dau. of Charles Daniel Shenman of 
N. Lyme and Betsey Maynard, his wife), b. Mar. 7, 1852, at 
N. Lyme; d. Apr. 7, 1901, at Branford. 

Child: 

3772. i. Charles Jarvis", b. Feb. 14, 1879, at Branford. He at- 

tended the schools at Branford and completed his edu- 
cation in New Haven private schools, where he was 
fitted for a business career. He m. June 25, 1912, at 
New Haven, Bertha Curtis Huntington. They live at 
Branford. 

2753. Mary Elvira" Averill (John 7 , David 6 , Daniel\ Dan- 
iel 4 , Isaac*, William-, William 1 ) , who appears in T. R. as "Elvira 
Mary," was b. May 7, 1856, at Branford, Conn., and has lived 
at New Haven, East Haven and Branford, Conn. She m. Jan. 
1, 1876, at New Haven, Adrian Griswold Ely (son of Calvin 
Luther Ely and Sarah Beers, his wife), b. Aug. 19, 1853, at 
Branford. He is a travelling salesman. 

Children: 

i. Esther Almira 9 Ely, b. Feb. 26, 1877, at Branford, was 
educated at public and private schools. She is a ste- 
nographer at New Haven. 



918 Averell, Averill, Avery Family 

ii. John Calvin" Ely, b. Apr. 14, 1884, at East Haven, edu- 
cated at High School of Branford; m. Ethel M. Hager. 
They live at Branford and have 2 children, Marjorie 
L., and Eleanor C. 

iii. Lila May 9 Ely, b. Aug. 27, 1886, at Branford, is still living 
there (1900). 

2754. Charles Albert 8 (called "Adelbert C." on Branford 
T. R.) Averill (Daniel 7 , David''', Daniel 5 , Daniel*, Isaac 3 , Will- 
iam 2 , William'), b. May 26, 1843, at Roxbury, Conn.; m. Estella 
M. Shepard. They live at Branford, Conn. 

Child : 

3773. i. Roy V.'', b. Sept. 16, 1879, at Branford. 

2759. Emily Susan 8 Averill (David 7 , David 5 , Daniel 5 , Dan- 
iel 4 , Isaac'; William', William 1 ), b. Mar. 13, 1855; m. Jan. 10, 
1874, Henry Elijah Bradley of East Haven, b. Feb. 18, 1854. 
He was a merchant and d. July 23, 1909, at Branford. 

Children : 

i. Albert Raymond" Bradley, b. Dec. 17, 1875; d. Mar. 1, 
1879. 

ii. Charlotte La Verne'' Bradley, b. Aug. 20, 1880, at New- 
Haven; m. Henry Clarke Moore; they have 3 children, 
Henry Bradley, b. 1902; May Emily, b. 1903; and 
Josephine, b. 1904. 

iii. Robert Carlton'' 1 Bradley, b. June 22, 1882; d. Mar. 11, 
1886. 

iv. Leroy Clifton 9 Bradley, b. Feb. 12, 1886; d. Nov. 16, 
1889. 

v. Sara Gertrude 9 Bradley, b. Oct. 10, 1888. 

vi. Kenneth Elijah 9 Bradley, b. Nov. 25, 1890; m. June 28, 
1911. 

vii. Harold Henry 9 Bradley, b. Sept. 17, 1892. 

viii. Leonard Marsden 9 Bradley, b. July 29, 1895. 

ix. Emilie Marion 9 Bradley, b. May 8, 1899. 

2760. Alonzo Gladwin* Averill (David', David''', Daniel 5 , 
Daniel 4 , Isaac''; William-, William'), b. June 10, 1857, at Bran- 
ford, Conn.; m. Apr. 27, 1882, at Guildford, Conn., Mary Ann 
Marshall (dau. of Garrett Marshall of Scotland), b. Jan. 25, 
1853, in New York City ; d. Oct. 14, 1906, at New Haven. They 
lived at Hartford, Conn. 

Children (both b. at Branford) : 

3774. i. Albert Marshall", b. Apr. 4, 1883; m. Mary O'Neill. 

3775. ii. Eliza Foote 9 , b. Jan. 2, 1885; m. Ernest L. Sylvada. 



Hon. Henry Ward Averill. 






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The Eighth Generation 921 

2766. Henry Ward s Averill (Samuel 7 , Daniel 6 , Daniel 5 , 
Daniel', Isaac 3 , William-, William 1 ), b. Feb. 21, 1851, at Bran- 
ford, Conn. He is a fruit grower and successful business man, 
following in the steps of his father. He m. Mar. 16, 1875, at 
Providence, R. L, Harriet Elizabeth Delano Gardner (clau. of 
Albert Clark Gardner and Harriet Delano, his wife), b. Nov. 
21, 1853, at Providence. They live at Branford. Mr. Averill 
is a member and was for many years chairman of the Repub- 
lican Town Committee of Branford, and is "a firm believer in 
the principles and record of the Republican party." 

For fifteen years he was a member and clerk of the Board 
of Education. In 1900 he was elected by the Republicans of 
Branford a member of the Legislature of Connecticut for 1901, 
and appointed clerk of the Committee on Claims and also of that 
on Expositions. In 1905 he was re-elected to the Legislature 
and appointed chairman of the Committee on Agriculture, and 
he was also elected President of the Farmers' Association, which 
is considered a powerful organization in the State. 

Mr. Averill is deeply interested in the family history, and 
has furnished most of the data relative to Daniel, Jr., and his 
descendants — that is, of the Branford branch of our family. 

2767. Nettie Elizabeth" Averill (Samuel 7 , Daniel'', Dan- 
iel/ 1 , Daniel', Isaac-, William-, William 1 ), b. Aug. 22, 1854, at 
Branford, Conn. ; m. Dec. 17, 1873, at Branford, William Russell 

Foote (son of Samuel Foote of Branford and Elizabeth Russell, 
his wife), b. June 3, 1848, at Branford. They are living at 
Branford. 

Children (all b. at Branford) : 

i. Wallace Harrison'* Foote, b. May 17, 1875; m. Mary 
Russill. They live at Branford and have 1 child, Eliza- 
beth, 
ii. Mabel Lee 1 ' Foote, b. Aug-. 20, 1876; dec. 
iii. Ada 1 ' Foote, b. Nov. 10, 1877; d. July 10, 1878, at Bran- 
ford. 
iv. Roland Tremaine Foote, b. Nov. 30, 1883; d. Feb. 16, 
1885, at Branford. 

2768d. Lavina s Averill (Henry 7 , Henry 6 , Nathaniel 5 , Dan- 
iel', Isaac*, William-, William'), b. Sept. 13, 1845, at Adams, 
Jefferson Co., N. Y. ; was m. Sept. 7, 1875, at Cascade, Wis., to 
Rev- James Long Merritt (son of Robert Merritt of Bellaire, 



922 Aver ell, Averill, Avery Family 

0., and Evaline Milligan, his wife), b. Oct. 7, 1836, at Bellaire. 
His family was from Herkimer County, N. Y. Mrs. Merritt from 
a child had made her home with her eldest sister and knew few 
of the Averill family excepting Rev. William Averill, her uncle, 
who visited them, and her aunt, Mrs. Woodruff. They lived 
at various places. Mr. Merritt was educated at Washington 
and Jefferson College, and then took a course at Princeton 
Seminary. His sisters were Mrs. Calvin Mather and Mrs. Mag- 
gie Copp, missionaries to China, where they and their husbands 
died. 

Rev. Mr. Merritt d. Aug. 23, 1883, at Athens, 0., and Mrs. 
Merritt is living at Newburgh, Ind. They had no children. 

2768e. Henry Stapley s Averill (Hairy 7 , Henry 6 , Nathaniel 5 , 
Daniel*, Isaac 3 , William-, William 1 ), b. March 20, 1847, at 
Adams, Jefferson Co., N. Y. ; was m. 1880 at Cascade, Sheboygan 
Co., Wis., to Effie Copley (dau. of Charles Copley), who was b. 
Jan., 1859, and d. at Minneapolis, Minn., Oct. 21, 1895. Mr. 
Averill was a policeman. The family lived at Cascade, Wis., 
and for a time at Minneapolis, Minn. He cl. Mar., 1905, at 
Sheboygan, Wis. 
Children : 

3776. i. Henry Lisle , b. Nov. 5, 1882, at Cascade; is an electri- 

cian. He was m. Feb. 26, 1908, at Kalama (Kamela, 
Union Co.?), Wash., to Effie Alice Ward (dau. of John 
Monroe Ward of Albany, Ore., and Cynthia Isom, his 
wife), b. Mar. 4, 1882, at Lone Rock, Gilliam Co., Ore. 

3777. ii. Bessie E. 9 , b. Aug. 15, 1884, at Cascade; was m. Oct. 17, 

1906, at Minneapolis, to Louis M. Latham. They live at 
Minneapolis and have two children. 

3778. iii. Charles Merritt'', b. July 11, 1887, at Minneapolis; was 

m. May, 1910, at St. Paul, Minn., to Anna Muraski. 
They live at St. Paul. 

3779. iv. Freddie", b. 188- ; d. y. 

2770c. William Lawson s Averill (William 7 , Henry 6 , Na- 
thaniel 5 , David 1 , Isaac 5 , William-, William 1 ), b. Apr. 21, 1856, 
at Sheboygan Falls, Wis. ; was a baggageman. He lived at 
Livingstone, Mont. He was m. (1) at Cambria, Wis., to Jennie 
B. Davis (dau. of Samuel Davis of Parkeville, Wis., and Kath- 
erine Van Nieddlesworth, his wife), b. in 1864, at Cambria. 



The Eighth Generation 923 

She d. at St. Paul, Minn., Feb., 1892. He m. (2) Ella Hem- 
mingway, dan. of Ebenezer Hemmingway of Fox Lake, Wis., 
and Lavinia Farnsworth, his wife. 

He was a member of the M. E. Church from the age of 16; 
was a Republican, and a man of fine personal character. Mr. 
Averill died at Seattle, Wash., June 2, 1909. Mrs. Averill is 
living at Vernon Center, Minn. 

Children (by first wife) : 

3780. i. William Henry", b. Nov. 28, 1884, at Cambria, Wis.; lives 

at Livingstone, Mont. 

3781. ii. Claude Samuel'', b. July 1, 1887, at Randolph, Wis.; lives 

at Livingstone. 

3782. iii. Kittie D.', b. June 9, 1899, at Cambria, Wis. 

(by second wife) : 

3783. iv. Ella Mae 1 , b. May 17, 1898, at Livingstone; d. there May 

19, 1908. 

2771. Elizabeth" Averill (Ephraim 7 , Henry*, Nathaniel"', 
Daniel*, Isaac 3 , William-, William'), b. Sept. 4, 1847, at Rich- 
land, N. Y. ; m. June 10, 1868, at Mexico, N. Y., Albert Sheley. 
They are living at Richland, N. Y. 

Child : 

i. George' 1 Sheley. 

2771b. Edgar Eugene* Averill (Ephraim 7 , Henry 6 , Nathan- 
iel 5 , Daniel", Isaac 3 , William', William 1 ), b. Nov. 2, 1851, at 
Richland, N. Y. ; lived at Adams, N. Y. ; m. June 21, 1876, at 
Williamstown, N. Y., Emma C. Magee. He d. June 10, 1905, at 
Adams. 

Child : 

3784. i. Earl Amos', b. Aug. 13, 1878, at Richland; m. Bertha B. 

Waite. 

2771c. William Henry* Averill (Ephraim 7 , Henry 6 , Na- 
thaniel 5 , Daniel*, Isaac-, William', William'), b. Oct. 23, 1853, 
at Richland, N. Y. ; m. Aug. 21, 1883, at Utica, N. Y., Birdella 
Magee. They are living at Richland. 

Children : 

3785. i. Olive 5 '. 

3786. ii. Edith'. 



924 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

2771d. Martha Jane* Averill (Ephraim 7 , Henry , Nathan- 
iel 5 , Daniel 1 , Isaac 3 , William", William'), b. May 30, 1856, at 
Richland, N. Y. ; m. June 6, 1882, E. H. Kenyon. They are 
living at Richland. 

Children : 

i. Frank A. 8 Kenyon, 
ii. Daisy 1 ' Kenyon. 

2771e. James Bradford* Averill (Ephraim 7 , Henry , Na- 
thaniel", Daniel 4 , Isaac 3 , William-, William 1 ), b. June 8, 1862, 
at Richland, N. Y. ; m. there, April 23, 1889, Lula Ripsom. 
They are living at Dubois, Pa. 

2794. Millie Elizabeth* Averill (William 7 , Samuel , Moses 5 , 
Moses 4 , Isaac 3 , William-, William'), b. Nov. 27, 1866, at Cas- 
novia, Mich., lives at Muskegon, Mich. She m. Jan. 15, 1888, 
at Casnovia, William J. Moorman (son of Francis Moorman 
and Charity Page, his wife), b. Feb. 19, 1860, at Otisco, Mich. 

Children : 

i. Ethel Lucile" Moorman, b. Jan. 22, 1889, at Casnovia 
Township, lives at Muskegon. 

ii. Leon Hartley 1 ' Moorman, b. Nov. 23, 1890, at Muskegon, 
lives there. 

iii. Jennie Feru 1 ' Moorman, b. Oct. 13, 1891, at Norton Town- 
ship, lives at Muskegon. 

iv. Lola Fae'' Moorman, b. Aug. 11, 1897, at Norton Town- 
ship, lives at Muskegon. 

v. Russel Glenn 9 Moorman, b. Feb. 24, 1898, at Norton 
Township; d. there, May 26, 1899. 

vi. Una Dale" Moorman, b. Mar. 9, 1900, at Norton Town- 
ship, lives at Muskegon. 

vii. Willie Averill Lotto' 1 Moorman, b. Aug. 31, 1901, at 
Muskegon, lives there. 

2796. Emma Kate* Averill (William 7 , Samuel , Moses 5 , 
Moses 4 , Isaac 3 , William', William 1 ), b. Mar. 10, 1878, at Bailey, 
Mich. She m. Dec. 25, 1899, at Bailey, Henry Falconer. 
Children : 

i. Margaret' Falconer. 
ii. Kenneth' Falconer. 



The Eighth Generation 925 

2800. Flora Ada 8 Averill (Mahlon 7 , Samuel*, Moses 5 , Mo- 
ses*, Isaac', William-, William 1 ), b. Nov. 23, 1865, at Casnovia, 
Mich., lived at Kent, Mich. She m. Apr. 24, 1887, at Kent, 
William O. Holmes, and d. there, Oct. 28, 1890. She was a 
young woman of ready wit and genial disposition, an apt 
scholar, and a successful teacher. She loved out-door life, both 
work and play, and, by her teaching, earned money to pay a 
housekeeper, as she disliked house-work. 

Her married life was unusually happy though brief, and it 
was terminated by her unselfish surrender to the needs of a 
neighbor who was ill with typhoid fever. She contracted the 
dreaded disease, and, after several weeks of illness, passed away. 
She was buried in the Holmes burial place. 

Child: 

i. Mollie Grace 1 ' Holmes, b. June 9, 1888. 

2848. Ollie M. s Averill (Bethel 7 , Norman*, Philo*, Moses*, 
Isaac', William-, William 1 ), b. Nov. 21, 1880, at Lane, Kan.; m. 
Jan. 25, 1900, at Paola, Kan., Justin Tuel; living at Thurman, 
Idaho. 

Children : 

i. Ernest'' 1 Tuel. 

ii. Archie" Tuel, dec. 

iii. Ethel' Tuel. 

iv. Orville 9 Tuel. 

v. Hazel'' Tuel. 

vi. Bathel' Tuel, dec. 

2849. Effie M. 8 Averill (Bethel 7 , Norman* , Philo 5 , Moses 4 , 

Isaac 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. Nov. 2, 1882, at Lane, Kan.; m. 
Oct. 27, 1898, at Paola, Kan., Charlie Bone; living at Beagle, 
Kan. 

Children : 

i. Glenn 1 ' Bone. 

ii. Albert- 1 Bone. 

iii. Alta'-' Bone. 

iv. Marie'' Bone. 

v. (A Baby Unnamed) Bone. 

2854. Arthur Allen* Averill (Ira 7 , Allen 6 , Philo 5 , Moses 4 , 
Isaac-, William 2 , William 1 ), b. July 11, 1878, at Colchester, 111.; 
m. Dec. 23, 1900, at Canton, 111., D, P. Zingenfetter. 



926 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

Children : 

3800. i. Warren 9 . 

3801. ii. Kenneth'. 

3802. iii. Neva 9 . 

2855. Henry Augustus" 1 Averill {Stephen 1 , Daniel*, Jo- 
seph 1 ', Samuel 4 , Job-, Thomas 2 , William 1 ), b. Nov. 9, 1831, at 
Northfield, Me., was Justice of the Peace at Cutler, Me., for 
many years agent of the Pacific Coast Steam Ship Co., and later, 
for eight years, editor of Lompoc, Cal., Journal. He lived at 
Northfield and Cutler, Me., and Lompoc, Cal. He m. about 

1848, at Northfield, Mehitabel Burpey, dau. of Burpey 

and Elizabeth Stuart,* his wife. Mr. Averill d. Oct. 7, 1899, at 
Lompoc, aged 68 yrs., 11 mos. and 27 days. 

Children : 

3803. i. Henry Armenius 9 , b. 1853, at Cutler. He went from 

Cutler on a coasting vessel, and d. 1870, at the age of 
17, in a hospital at Chelsea, Mass. 

3804. ii. Alice Alma 9 , b. Oct., 1858, at E. Machias, Me.; m. (1) 

Ellery Munson; m. (2) Nathan Vining, who lives at 
Spokane, Wash. She d. abt. 1899, at Elberton, Wash. 
She had 1 son by her first husband. 

3805. iii. Nellie", b. - — , ; m. Sept. 2, 1882, at Port Sal, 

Santa Barbara Co., Cal., Prof. Frederic K. Willis Kel- 
sey (son of Darwin Needham Kelsey of Whiting, Vt., 
and Abbie Augusta Prentice of Grafton, Mass., his 
wife) , b. Mar. 15, 1858, at Kalamazoo, Mich. She d. 
Dec, 1882, at Santa Maria, Cal. He is living at San 
Diego and is Pres. of the San Diego Com. Coll. He was 
educated at Chicago; was a teacher; moved to Cal. in 
1876. 

3806. iv. Cyrus Edwards 9 , b. Aug. 23, 1860; m. Almena H. Else- 

more. 

3807. v. Julia 9 , b. , 18—; d. y. 

3808. vi. Tryphosa", b. , 18—; d. y. 

MEMORANDUM. 

Elizabeth (Stuart) Burpey became the second wife of Samuel 
Averal (No. 710). 

2857, Julia Ann s Averill (Stephen 7 , Daniel*, Joseph*, Sam- 
uel*, Job 3 , Thomas 2 , William'), b. Jan. 20, 1834, prob. at North- 
field, Me., lived at Machias, Me. She m. (1) Burton Rutherford 
(son of Adam Rutherford of Stenach, N. S., and Hannah , 



The Eighth Generation 927 

his wife). She was m. (2) Nov. 5, 1875, at Machias, by Henry 
A. Averill, Justice of the Peace for Cutler, Me., to Otis Smith 
Foss (son of Samuel Foss and Abigail Davis, his wife), b. Mar. 
18, 1828, at Machias. He was Acting Lieutenant in Co. H. of 
the 28th Maine, in the Civil War. He enlisted twice and was 
nearly three years in service. 

Children (by first husband) : 

i. Cyrus Edward 9 Rutherford. 

ii. Burton Fairfield 11 Rutherford. 

iii. Evie W. 9 Rutherford. 

iv. Frank S. 9 Rutherford. 

v. Flora R. 9 Rutherford. 

vi. Edward 9 Rutherford. 

(by second husband) : 

vii. Herbert O. 9 Foss. 

2860. Laura* Averill (Stephen 7 , Daniel 5 , Joseph 5 , Samuel*, 

Job 3 , Thomas 2 , William'), b. , 18 — , in Maine, lives at 

Marshfield, Ore. She m. |Erastus Guptill. She lived at North- 
field and prob. at Machias, Me. 

Child : 

i. Clara 9 Guptill. 

2861. Mary s Averill (Stephen 7 , Daniel", Joseph 5 , Samuel*, 

Job"-, Thomas 2 , William'), b. , 18 — ; lives at Marshfield, 

Ore., and formerly at Northfield, Me., and prob. at Machias, 
Me. She m. Peter S. Weaver. 

Children : 

i. Alice 9 Weaver. 

ii. George" Weaver; he is a lawyer in San Francisco or 
Oregon. 

2864. Lewis 8 Averill (Stephen 7 , Daniel' 1 , Joseph 5 , Samuel*, 
Job"-, Thomas 2 , William'), b. Jan. 22, 1845, at Northfield, Me.; 
m. July 11, 1867, at St. Stephens, N. B., Adeline Davis dau. of 
James J. Davis of Northfield and Licinda Cates, his wife), b. 
Mar. 14, 1846, at Northfield. 

He had a saw mill at Palousy, Wash. He d. Apr. 25, 1910, 
at Palousy. 



928 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

Child: 

3809. i. Ruth'', b. Aug. 5, 1868, at Northfield, Me.; m. Oct. 30, 

1892, at Colfax, Wash., David McNabb; is living there 
and has 3 children. 

2866. Frank 8 Averill (Stephen 7 , Daniel'', Joseph 7 ', Samuel*, 

Job 3 , Thomas' 1 , William 1 ), b. , 18 — , in Maine; lives at 

Sandpoint, Idaho. He m. Delia Follansbee. He has lived at 
Northfield, Me. 

Children : 

3810. i. William 1 '. 

3811. ii. Roscoe 9 . 

3812. iii. Chester 11 . 

3813. iv. Ida". 

3814. v. Roy 1 '. 

3815. vi. Henry Lee 9 . 

2870. Horatio A. 8 Averill ( Aaron', Daniel*, Joseph 7 ', Sam- 
uel*, Job 7 ; Thomas', William 1 ), b. Dec. 28, 1835, at Crawford, 
Me., was living there Nov., 1901. He is a farmer and lumber- 
man. He m. 1861, at Crawford, Maria S. Hanscome (dau. of 
John Hanscome of Crawford and Lois Bridges, his wife). Mr. 
Averill is a member of the Warren Lodge, No. 2, of Free and 
Accepted Masons (see Hist, of those Masons, by Herbert Har- 
ris) . 

Children (by adoption) : 

3816. i. William", dec. 

3817. ii. Robert 1 ', dec. 

2871. Warren S. 8 Averill {Aaron 1 , Daniel*, Joseph 5 , Sam- 
uel*, Job-, Thomas 2 , William 1 ), b. 1838, at Crawford, Me., lived 
there and at Minneapolis, Minn. He m. 1861, at Wesley, Me., 
Isabelle Blake. He d. Aug. 11, 1901, at Minneapolis. 

Children: 

3818. i. Frederick Aaron 9 , b. June 22, 1872, at Baren, Calais, Me. 

He is Manager of the Sunnyside Rabbitry, at Minneapo- 
lis. He m. Nov. 26, 1899, at Minneapolis, Helen Mar- 
guerite . 

3819. ii. Lillian ("Lilla") B.', b. - — , 18—; m. Herbert Clark. 

2873. Frank Schoppe* Averill (Aaron 7 , Daniel*, Joseph", 
Samuel 4 , Job\ Thomas 2 , William 1 ), b. Apr. 23, 1845, at Craw- 
ford, Me., was a farmer and lived at Crawford and Milltown 
(Calais), Me. He was a private in the Sixth Maine Regt. dur- 



The Eighth Generation 929 

ing the Civil War. He m. Sept. 21, 1869, at Crawford, Maria 
A. Wormwood (dau. of Daniel Franklin Wormwood and Harriet 
Lydick, his wife), b. June 21, 1848, at Crawford. All of his 
children were graduated at the Calais High School. Mr. Averill 
d. Dec. 7, 1909, at Calais, Me.; Mrs. Averill d. there, Aug. 19, 
1910. 

Children (all b. at Crawford) : 

3820. i. ROSWELL Frank", b. Nov. 12, 1871; grad. from Colby Col- 

lege, class of 1890; m. (1) Georgia W. Lawrence; m. 
(2) Affie Giveen. He has 2 children and lives at Bend, 
Ore. 

3821. ii. Albert Guy', b. Oct. 11, 1874; m. Louise N. Pierce. 

3822. iii. Clara Blanche', b. July 21, 1877; m. James L. Haley. 

2876. Emma R. s Averill (Aaron 7 . Daniel 8 , Joseph 5 , Sam- 
uel', Job; Thomas 2 , William'), b. 1850, at Crawford, Me., lives 
at Calais, Me. She m. 1876, at Wesley, Me., George W. Blake. 

Child : 

i. Mimie 9 Blake. 

2877. Josiah W. s Averill {Aaron 1 , Joseph", Joseph 5 , Sam- 
uel*, Job; Thomas-, William'), b. 1852, at Crawford, Me.; m. 
1882, at Baring, Me., Minnie H. McGlaughlin (dau. of Albion 
McGlaughlin ?nd Margaret McLean, his wife), b. 1854, at 
Baring, Me. He d. Feb. 17, 1898, at Milltown, Calais, Me., and 
his widow, Minnie H. Averill, was appd. admix. Sept. 1, 1898 
(see P. R., Wash. Co., Me., at Machias). 

Children (all b. at Baring) : 

3823. i. Roy Samuel", b. Mar. 7. 1883; lives at Milltown. 

3824. ii. Baron Weston'', b. May (3, 1884; d. June 15, 1S84, at 

Baring. 

3825. iii. Ruth Alma 1 ', b. July 20. 1885; lives at Milltown. 

3826. iv. Helen Willard 9 , b. Jan. ■'), 1888; lives at Milltown. 

2887. Arabella Seavey s Averill {George 7 , Joint'; Joseph'; 
Samuel, Job 3 , Thomas", William'), b. July 21, 1857, at Wesley, 
Me., lived at Wesley and Milltown, Me., and Minneapolis, Minn. 
She m. Aug. 10, 1880, at Minneaooh's, Hiram Alexes Libby ; 
(son of Calvin Libby of Jonesborough, Me., and. Priscilla Peo- 

* Hiram Libby m. (2) Apr. 30, 1890, May Chilton Littlefield. 



930 A v ere 11, Aver ill, Avery Family 

pies Gates, his wife), b. Dec. 17, 1853, at Amesburg, Me. She 
d. Dec. 8, 1887, at Minneapolis. 

Children (all b. at Minneapolis) : 

i. (A Child) J Libby, b. , 18 — ; d. y. 

ii. Effie Geneve'' Libby, b. Dec. 20, 1882. 

iii. Helen Priscilla" Libby, b. July 11, 1884. 



2888. George Clark" Averill (George', John 6 , Joseph 5 , Sam- 
uel 4 , Job'; Thomas-, William'), b. Nov. 23, 1859, at Wesley, Me., 
is a horseshoer and farrier and lives at Minneapolis, Minn. He 
m. Apr. 30, 1890, at Minneapolis, Bertha Georganna Travis 
(dau. of James M. Travis of Minneapolis and Eliza Eleanor 
Rhoads, his wife), b. Feb. 16, 1870, at Madelia, Minn.; d. Sept. 
15, 1901, at Minneapolis. 

Children : 

3827. i. Corinne" (an adopted child), b. Oct. 20, 1897. 

3828. ii. George Clark, Jr.", b. Mar. 13, 1901. 

2891. Abbie Johnson- Averill (George', John*, Joseph*, 
Samuel', Job-, Thomas', William'), b. Mar. 3, 1867, at Wesley, 
Me. ; lives at St. Paul, Minn. She m. July 23, 1887, at Minne- 
apolis, Edwin Abbott Kimball (son of Pearl Kimball of New 
Hampshire and Almeda Osgood, his wife), b. Dec. 4, 1861, at 
Columbus, O. 
Children : 

i. Arthur Edwin" Kimball, b. Jan. 7, 1889, at Minneapolis, 

lives at St. Paul, 
ii. Clarence Merville" Kimball, b. July 23, 1895, at St. 
Paul, is still living' there. 

2894. Jason Mariner s Averill (George', John", Joseph'', 
Samuel', Job-, Thomas-, William'), b. Nov. 19, 1875, at Mill- 
town, Me. ; has lived at Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minn. ; he re- 
sides at the last named place where he is a draughtsman and 
Right of Way and Tax Commissioner of the Great Western 
R. R. Co. He m. Nov. 16, 1898, at Minneapolis, Maude Gertrude 
McKinney (dau. of Moses McKinney and Georgia Staples, his 
wife), b. Nov. 15, 1879, at Minneapolis. 

Child: 
3329. i. Helen Maynard", b. July 28, 1900, at St. Paul. 



The Eighth Generation 931 



2895. Mary Eliza 8 Averill (George 7 , John 6 , Joseph 7 ', Sam- 
uel", Job 3 , Thomas', William 1 ), b. Oct. 7, 1877, at Milltown, Me., 
has lived at Minneapolis, Minn. She m. June 6, 1900, at Min- 
neapolis, Rexford Harold Kenyon (son of Nathaniel Kenyon of 
North Creek, N. Y., and Betsey Rexford, his wife), b. June 24, 
1877, at Johnsburg, N. Y. 
Child: 

i. Howard Charles" Kenyon, b. May 15, 1901, at Minneapo- 
lis. 



THE NINTH GENERATION. 

3005. L. Charles 11 Averill (Lorenzo*, Charles 1 , William*, 
Stephen 7 ', William', William', William-, William 1 ), b. Sept. 23, 
1857, at Cambria, Niagara Co., N. Y., m. there Nov. 20, 1878, 
Mary E. Weaver (dau. of Darius S. Weaver and Miranda F. 
Barnes, his wife), b. Mar. 4, 1859, at Cambria. He is a farmer 
and lives at Cambria. P. 0. address, via Lockport. 
Children (b. at Cambria) : 

3850. i. Frank C", b. Dec. 9, 1879; is an Attorney-at-Law, living 

at Buffalo, N. Y., in 1912. 

3851. ii. Edward W. 1 ", b. Jan. 21, 1882; m. Laura Ward. 

3033. Isaac Seymour' 1 Averell (James*, James 7 , James''', 
James 5 , William', William \ William-, William 1 ), b. June 21, 
1850, at Ogdensburg, N. Y., is a capitalist and President of a 
bank; has lived at Rochester, N. Y., and San Francisco, Cal. He 
m. at Rochester, Emily Sibley (dau. of Hiram Sibley of Roches- 
ter and Elizabeth , his wife). 

Children : 

3852. i. Louise" 1 , b. - — , 18 — , at Nice, France; d. at ten years 

of age at Rochester. 

3853. ii. James G.'", b. - — , 18 — , at Rochester; d. at twenty-six 

years of age, of typhoid fever. He was a brilliant young 
man with great possibilities, and was studying archi- 
tecture at the time of his death. 

3034. Harriet Seymour' 1 Averell (James s , James 7 , James 1 ', 
James 7 ', William', William'-, William-, William'), b. Aug. 18, 
1852, at Ogdensburg, N. Y., has lived there and at New York 
City. She m. Nov. 4, 18 — , at Ogdensburg, George C. Clark 
(son of Luther C. Clark of New York and Julie Crawford, his 
wife), b. at St. Louis, Mo. 
Children : 

i. Julie Seymour'" Clark, b. - — , 18 — , in New York 

City; m. Horace Stebbins; d. in New York City, 
ii. George Crawford 1 " Clark, b. in New York; m. at Albany, 

N. Y., Gertrude Sard; lives in New York, has 1 child. 
iii. Edith Gilbert'" Clark, b. in New York, 
iv. Marian Averell'" Clark, b. in New York, 
v. James Averell'" Clark, b. in New York. 



The Ninth Generation 933 

3037. William Holt 1 ' Averell (William John 8 , James 7 , 
James", James 7 ', William', William', William-, William 1 ), b. 
Aug. 1, 1849, at Morristown, N. J., lived at Ogdensburg and 
Rochester, N. Y., where he was a man of prominence. He was 
graduated from Yale. He was m. 187-, to Mary Blossom Buell. 
His death occurred Oct., 1904. 

Children : 

3854. i. William Holt'", b. May 13, 1879, at Ogdensburg. 

3855. ii. Elizabeth Buell 1 ", b. Feb. 26, 1881, at Rochester. 

3856. iii. Ruth 1 ", b. Aug'. 12, 1885, at Rochester, a student at Rose- 

mary Hall, Greenwich, Conn., 1904-6; was m. Aug. 31, 
1909, at London, Eng., to Dwight Raymond Meigs (son 
of Prof. John Meigs of Pottstown, Pa.), grad. from 
Yale, (1907), and studied at Oxford, 1908-9. They have 
1 child, Helen Averell 11 Meigs. 

3038. Mary Williamson' Averell (William John 5 , James 7 , 
James 1 ', James 7 ', William*, William'', William-, William 1 ), b. July 
22, 1851, at New York City, passed most of her youth in Ogdens- 
burg and Rochester, N. Y. She was m. at Ogdensburg, Sept. 10, 
1879, to Edward Henry Harriman (son of Orlando Harriman 
of New York City, and of Cornelia Neilson, his wife), b. Feb. 
25, 1848, at Hampstead, Long Island, N. Y. 

The branch of the family to which Mrs. Harriman belongs 
is one of the most prominent and best known, — the Cooperstown 
Averell branch. It is almost the only one which has retained 
what some of us believe is the original spelling of the name : 
Averell. Mrs. Harriman has the fine presence and mentality 
which are characteristic of a number of the women of our stock, 
though her ability is regarded as very unusual. 

Mr. Harriman, who died Sept. 9, 1909, at his home, Arden 
House, Arden, N. Y., was one of the remarkable financiers of 
our day, and was especially prominent in railway interests. He 
was considered a man of Napoleonic mental power ; one of the 
great leaders in railway engineering and operation in America. 
The building up by him of the old Union Pacific Railroad into 
its present modern system has been mentioned as one of the 
most remarkable evidences of constructive genius of our day. 

His life and its many great responsibilities and successes 
are too well known to require more than a brief mention in 



934 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

such a work as this. His gift of Arden Park to the State of 
New York is a fitting memorial to such a life. 

Mrs. Harriman's places of residence are at Arden and New 
York City. 

The children of Edward H. and Mary W. (Averell) Harri- 
man are : 

Children (all but one b. at New York City) : 

i. Mary 1 " Harriman. b. Nov. 17, 1881; was m. May 26, 1910, 

at Arden, to Charles Cary Rumsey. They have 1 son, 

Charles Rumsey, Jr., and reside at Westbury, Long Island. 

ii. Henry Neilson 1 " Harriman, b. May 28, 1883; d. at Chicago, 

111., Feb. 21, 1888. 
iii. Cornelia 1 " Harriman, b. June 20, 1884, at Far Rockaway, 
Long Island, N. Y.; was m. Mar. 4, 1908, at New York 
City, to Robert Livingston Gerry, son of Commodore 
Elbridge T. Gerry. They live in New York City and have 
2 children : — Elbridge T. Gerry II, and Robert Livingston 
Gerry, Jr. 
iv. Carol Averell 1 " Harriman, b. Dec. 17, 1889. 
v. William Averell 1 " Harriman, b. Nov. 15, 1891. 
vi. Edward Roland Noel 1 " Harriman, b. Dec. 24, 1895. 

3051. Benjamin Holland 1 Averell (William*, John', Ben- 
jamin", James 5 , William*, William-, William-, William 1 ), b. Jan. 
17, 1849, at North Adams, Mass. He m. Nov. 28, 1871, at 
Amherst, Mass., Caroline Kent Gilbert (dau. of Stephen Whit- 
man Gilbert and Lucy Ann Kent, his wife), b. Dec. 2, 1846, at 
West Brookfield, Mass. 

Children : 

3857. i. Fred Gilbert 1 ", b. Jan. 12, 1874, at Westfield, Mass., lives 

at Boston, Mass. 

3858. ii. Olive Mae 1 ", b. July 29, 1881, at Amherst. 

3056. Henry Herbert' 1 Averell (Philetus 8 , John 7 , Benja- 
min' 1 , James 5 , William", William''', William' 2 , William'), b. June 
30, 1866, at Hadley, Mass., is a milk dealer and lives at Winsted, 
Conn. He m. Sept. 21, 1890, in New York City, Minnie Lascar 
(dau. of Ferdinand Lascar), b. Oct. 6, 1866, at Stapleton, Staten 
Island, N. Y. 

Children : 

3859. i. Grace Leon 1 ", b. May 17, 1891, at New York City. 

3860. ii. Florence Irene 1 ", b. Feb. 3, 1893, at New York City. 



The Ninth Generation 935 

3861. iii. Herbert Arthur'", b. Oct. 20, 1896, at New York City. 

3862. iv. Edward Henry'", b. Mar. 5, 1899, at Winsted. 

3061. Maud Lizzie' 1 Averell (Philetus 8 , John', Benjamin*. 
James 5 , William', William*, William', William 1 ), b. Sept. 28, 
1876, at Wilmington, Vt., has lived at North Adams, Zylonite, 
E. Deerfield, Mass., and Glens Falls, N. Y. She m. Nov. 21, 
1893, at Wilmington, Fred Mason Waite (son of Richmond E. 
Waite of N. Adams and Hannah Maria Whittam, his wife), b. 
Nov. 20, 1864, at N. Adams. 

Child : 

i. Genevieve Alice 1 " Waite, b. Oct. 5, 1894, at Wilmington. 

3064. Frank Alonzo Averell (John*, John 7 , Benjamin 6 , 
James 5 , William*, William'', William-, William'), b. Jan. 21, 
1863, at Hadley, Mass.; m. Apr. 30, 1885, at S. Hadley Falls, 
Mass., Emily Jane Craig (dau. of Richard Craig of England 
and Canada and Maltha Simpson, his wife), b. June 5, 1858, at 
Iberville, Prov. Quebec, Canada. They live at Ware, Mass. 

Children : 

3863. i. Mary Adelia 1 ", b. Feb. 20, 1886, at S. Hadley, grad. from 

Ware High School, 1907; m. Sept. 14, 1911, James 
Lowry, at Springfield, Mass. 

3864. ii. Frank Alonzo'", Jr., b. Feb. 5, 1891, at Belchertown, 

Mass., grad. from Ware High School, 1908, living at 
Springfield. 

3865. iii. Martha Louise'", b. Oct. 26, 1895, at Belchertown, living at 

Springfield. 

3866. iv. Marion Emily 1 ", b. June 30, 1899, at Ware, living at 

Springfield. 

3076. Alexander Morton' Averell (Alexander 8 , Joseph', 
Shadrach 6 , Joseph 5 , Joseph', William', William 2 , William 1 ), b. 
June 17, 1843, at Fall River, Mass., was m. Aug. 27, 1874, at 
Newton Center, Mass., to Louisa F. Trowbridge (dau. of Al- 
pheus Trowbridge of Newton Centre and Caroline W. Skinner, 

his wife), b. , 1844, at Roxbury, Mass. They lived at 

St. Louis, Mo., where Mr. Averell was for many years in the 
men's clothing business; he d. Nov. 18, 1903, at St. Louis. 
Children : 

3867. i. Alexander Trowbridge 1 ", b. June 22, 1876, at St. Louis; 

m. Apr. 16, 1901, at St. Louis. Lillian Arnheiter. 



936 Aver ell, Ave rill, Avery Family 

3868. ii. Walter Hollis 1 ", b. Oct. 3, 1879, at St. Louis; m. Marie 
Josephine Wise. 

3101. Charles F." Averill (George*, Thomas 7 , William 1 -, Jo- 
seplv\ Joseph 4 , William' 1 , William'-, William, 1 ), b. 185- (?); m. 
Myra Brooks, and lived at Kennebunk, Me. 

Child: 
: J >869. i. Ivy Maud'", b. 1882, at Kennebunk. 

3102. Clara 1 ' Averill (James 8 , James 7 , James'' 1 , James 7 ', 
Jabez*, William 3 , William-, William 1 ), b. Mar. 20, 1870, at Meri- 
clen, Conn. ; m. Oct. 12, 1892, at Thomaston, Conn., William R. 
Hubbell (son of William Henry Hubbell and Theresa Bestick, 
his wife), b. Jan. 15, 1867, at Bridgeport, Conn. Mrs. Hubbell 
was a teacher before her marriage; she d. May 12, 1899, at 
Falls Village, Conn. Mr. Hubbell m. (2) Oct. 19, 1905, Carrie 
Belle Maltbie ; they are living at Falls Village. 

Child: 

i. Averill W. 1 " Hubbell, b. Feb. 25, 1894, at Falls Village. 

3132. Minnie Harriet 11 Averill (John 8 , Volney 7 , Oliver 6 , 
Thomas 5 , John 1 , John", William", William'), b. Jan. 22, 1872, at 
Noithfield, Vt. ; m. Sept. 16, 1891, Rolla G. Steele, son of George 
Steele of Roxbury. They live at Roxbury. 
Children : 

i. Lila W.'" Steele. 
ii. Margery 1 " Steele. 

3133. Jennie Mary" Averill (John 8 , Volney 1 , Oliver*, 
Thomas\ Joint'-, John 5 , William', William'), b. Sept. 22, 1873, 
at Noithfield, Vt.; m. Sept. 28, 1893, Fred H. Kathan (son of 
Levi Kathan of Noithfield). He d. 1898 at Noithfield. 

Child: 

i. Ethel A.'" Kathan. 

3170. Rev. Edward Wilson 9 Averill (Martin Van Buren 8 , 
Laureston 7 , Samuel", Samuel 3 , Joint 1 , John 8 , William 2 , William'), 
1). Mar. 13, 1870, at Elkhart, Ind.; m. June 3, 1902, at Peru, Ind., 
Carrie Erhardt Brownell (dau. of Charles Henry Brownell of 
Peru and Augusta Pauline Erhardt, his wife), b. June 3, 1883, 



The Ninth Generation 937 

at Peru. Mr. Averill was graduated in 1888 from North West- 
ern College, Naperville, 111., with the degree of A. B. in 1891 
from the Western Theological Seminary at Chicago. He was 
ordained Deacon in the Episcopal Church the same year, and 
Priest in 1894. During this time he had charge of missions at 
Pontiac and Fairbury, 111. ; in 1896 he was Curate at St. Paul's 
Church, Austin, 111. ; in 1897 he became Rector of Trinity 
Church, Peru, and in 1904 he accepted the Rectorship of Trinity 
Church, Fort Wayne, Ind., where they now reside. 
Children : 



3900. 
3901. 
3902. 
3903. 



Caroline Brownell 1 ", b. Dec. 12, 1903, at Peru. 
Edward Wilson, Jr.'", b. Dee. 17, 1904, at Fort Wayne. 
Pauline Erhardt 1 ", b. Jan. 30, 1907, at Fort Wayne. 
Elizabeth Rose'", b. Apr. 6, 1909, at Fort Wayne. 



3904. v. Emma Brownell 1 ", b. Feb. 16, 1911, at Fort Wayne. 

3171. Rosa Elizabeth 9 Averill (Martin Van Buren s , Lauren- 
ton', Samuel", Samuel', John 41 , John 3 , William-, William 1 ), b. 
Oct. 17, 1871, at Ripon, Wis., graduated at Ste. Monica's School, 
Fond du Lac, Wis. She m. Nov. 26, 1894, at Pontiac, Livingston 
Co., 111., Edward Janes Bell (son of Edward Johnzey Bell of 
Baltimore, Md., and Sarah Elizabeth Dutton, his wife), b. Sept. 
22, 1863, at Kingsville, Md. 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Janes Bell resided for some time at 
Kingsville, Baltimore Co., Md., but are now (1912) living at 
Wibaux, Dawson Co., Montana. 

Their children (all b. at Kingsville) are: 

i. Martin Averill 1 " Bell, b. Aug-. 1, 1897. 
ii. Edward Janes 1 " Bell, b. Nov. 30, 1S00. 
iii. Thomas Pearson 1 " Bell, b. Apr. 28, 1904. 

3188. Mark Richard ' Averill (Wales 8 , Mark 7 , John", John', 
John 4 , John", William', William 1 ), b. Nov. 8, 1866, at Virginia 
City, Nev. ; m. there, July 7, 1891, Ella Portia Geiger (dau. of 
Dr. Davison Geiger of Virginia and Helen Mack, his wife), b. 
July 31, 1865, at Virginia. Mr. Averill graduated from Vir- 
ginia City High School, 1883 ; taught a country school at Glen- 
brook, Nev., 1884 ; became principal of a school at Winnemucca, 
Nev., 1886; and of the First Ward School, Virginia City, 1888; 
and of Virginia City High School, 1897-1901. He became man- 



938 Aver ell, Ave rill, Avery Family 

ager for Lothrop-Davis Co., and agent for Tonopah Mining Co., 
at Sodaville, Nev., Dec, 1901 ; was elected member of the Legis- 
lature of Nevada, Assembly, Nov., 1902; became manager for 
H. C. Cutting's business interests at Tonopah, Mar., 1903; began 
the practice of law in 1903, at Tonopah; was elected District 
Judge, Nov., 1908, defeating Judge J. P. O'Brien sitting at that 
time by appointment; was elected District Judge for the second 
time, Nov., 1910; getting the largest majority ever given in the 
County to any candidate, except one, for governor on the Demo- 
cratic ticket, 1906; was elected the second time for four years. 
During the fourteen years he taught in Virginia City, he took 
part of a course in mining engineering and studied law. He 
was admitted to the bar at Carson City, Nev., Oct. 14, 1899. He 
recently refused the Republican nomination for Justice of the 
Supreme Court of Nevada. 

They live at Tonopah, although Mrs. Averill is at this date 
(1912) residing temporarily at Berkeley, Cal., educating her 
children. 

Children (all b. at Virginia City) : 

3905. i. Charles Volney 1 ", b. June 10, 1892. 

3906. ii. Beatrice 1 ", b. Dec. 14, 1894. 

3907. iii. Ruth Ella 1 ", b. Sept. 19, 1897. 

3189. James Paul'-' Averill (Wales 8 , Mark 7 , John*. John 7 ', 
John*, John 3 , William-, William 1 ), b. Aug. 25, 1869, at Virginia 
City, Nev., is the buyer of the Meier and Frank Dept. Store of 
Portland, Ore. He m. June 18, 1889, at Virginia City, Nev., 
Alice Baldwin Brady (dau. of William Brady and Jennie Lind 
Green, his wife), b. June 28, 1871, at Virginia City. They live 
at Portland. 

Children : 

3908. i. Mark Wales 1 ", b. Dec. 29, 1890, at Virginia City. 

3909. ii. James Paul, Jr. 1 ", b. Mar. 29, 1894, at San Francisco, Cal. 

3190. Adah Mary !l Averill (Wales 8 , Mark 7 , John'', John 7 ', 
John*, John-, William-, William), b. Dec. 29, 1871, at Virginia 
City, Nev.; m. Sept. 17, 1899, at San Francisco, Cal., Jules 
Francis Hancock (son of Frank Hancock of Boston, Mass., and 
Marie Antoinette Schuraltz, his wife), b. 1870, in France. He 



The Ninth Generation 939 

is a printer and engraver. Their residence has been at San 
Francisco, but for the present they are at Oakland, Cal. 
Child : 

i. Adah Christine'" Hancock, b. July 28, 1891, at San Fran- 
cisco. 

3191. Harriet Theresa" Averill (Wales 8 , Mark 1 , John'', 
John", John*, John 3 , William-, William'), b. Oct. 11, 1873, at 
Virginia City, Nev. ; m. Mar. 7, 1897, at Carson City, Nev., 
B. J. Haas (son of Abraham Haas of Rahden, near Minden, 
Germany, and Caroline Price of Hesse Cassel, Germany, his 
wife), b. Oct. 19, 1869, at Nevada City, Cal. 

Mr. Haas is a merchant in San Francisco. They live at 
Oakland, Cal. 

Child: 

i. Wales Abraham'" Haas, b. Apr. 7, 1898, at Virginia City. 

3193. Glenn M. 9 Averill (Arthur 8 , Mark 7 , John 6 , John 7 ', 
John*, John 3 , William-, William'), b. July 15, 1868, at Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa, was Secretary and Treasurer of the Averill 
Grocery Co., Secretary of Cedar Rapids Gas Light Co., and 
lives at Cedar Rapids. He m. Sept. 13, 1892, at Monticello, la., 
Edith Sherman (dau. of H. D. Sherman and Sarah Secrist, his 
wife), b. Dec. 10, 1870, at Monticello. 

Children (both b. at Cedar Rapids) : 

3910. i. Arthur T., 2d 10 , b. Oct. 11, 1893. 

3911. ii. Worth Sherman'", b. Dec. 20, 1896. 

3203. Anna Louise' 1 Averill (James 8 , Sidney 7 , John'', John 7 , 
John', John", William', William'), b. Oct. 15, 1879, at Traer, 
la.; m. Aug. 5, 1905, at Princeton, 111., G. F. Anderson; they 
are living at Princeton. 
Children : 

i. Alice 1 " Anderson. 
ii. Raymond"' Anderson. 
iii. Roland 1 " Anderson. 
iv. Lenord 1 " Anderson. 



940 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

3241. Edith Amanda 1 ' Averill (Benjamin*, Ira', Asa", Da- 
rid", Ebenezer*, John-, William-, William 1 ), b. Dec. 13, 1866, at 
Prentiss, Me., lives there. She m. June 6, 1884, at Manclan, 
N. Dak., Joseph Ardron, b. Jan. 24, 1851, at Beverly, 111.; d. 
Dec. 26, 1899, at Manclan. 

Children (all but the youngest b. at Mandan) : 
i. Mary E. 1 " Ardron, b. Dec. 10, 1885. 
ii. A. Louisa"' Ardron, b. Oct. 25, 1887; m. Harry Lewis, son 

of Ray Ardron Lewis, 
iii. H. Ruth'" Ardron, b. Sept. 30, 1890. 
iv. Benjamin J. 1 " Ardron, b. May 27, 1892. 
v. Samuel R." 1 " Ardron, b. Apr. 27, 1894. 
vi. Grace E."' Ardron, b. May 4, 1896. 
vii. Ralph A. 1 " Ardron, b. Apr. 6, 1898. 
viii. Josephine H. 1 " Ardron, b. Apr. 8, 1900, at Prentiss, Me. 

3242. Ira Ralph'' Averill (Benjamin*, Ira 7 , Asa 1 '', David 5 , 

Ebenezer*, John 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. Mar. 7, 1871, at Pren- 
tiss, Me., is a farmer and lives at Prentiss. He m. July 16, 1892, 
Rebecca M. King (dau. of Augustus King of Carroll, Me., and 
Clara Thilodeaux, his wife), b. Aug. 8, 1876, at Carroll. 
Children (all b. at Prentiss) : 

Leo K. 1 ", b. Oct. 27, 1892; m. Orraville Richardson. 
Edith Evelyn 1 ", b. Feb. 17, 1895. 
Ella Ethel"', b. Mar. 4, 1898. 
Eunice Marion 1 ", b. June 15, 1900. 
Lloyd Dunn 1 ", b. May 17, 1902. 
Lawrence Augustus 1 ", b. July 30, 1903. 
Ernestine Louise 1 ", b. July 25, 1905. 
viii. Lawton Everest 1 ", b. Apr. 7, 1907. 
Elaine Clara 1 ", b. Sept. 6, 1908. 
Eleanor Rebecca 1 ", b. Jan. 26, 1910. 
Eula Elizabeth 1 ", b. Aug-. 19, 1911. 

3253. Foresto E. : ' Averill (James*, Moses 7 , Moses 2nd*, 
Moses 3 , Ebenezer*, John-, William-, William'), b. July 9, 1850, 
at Temple, Me., is a mason by trade and lives at Wilton, Me. 
He m. there, , 1880, Rose Clayton. 

Children : 

3923. i. Claud E. 1 ", b. , 188-. 

3924. ii. Sherman 1 ", b. ,188-. 



3912. 


l. 


3913. 


ii. 


3914. 


iii. 


3915. 


iv. 


3916. 


v. 


3917. 


vi. 


3918. 


vii 


3919. 


vi i 


3920. 


ix. 


3921. 


X. 


3922. 


xi. 



The Ninth Generation 941 



3255. Evelena' Averill (James 8 , Moses 7 , Moses 2nd 6 , Mo- 
ses 5 , Ebenezer*, John 3 , William' 2 , William 1 ), b. Aug. 18, 1854, 
at Wilton, Me.; m. Dec, 1878, John R. Perham. They live at 
Juniata, Nebraska. 

Child: 

i. Esther C" Perham. 

3256. Albert Perry" Averill (James'', Moses 7 , Moses 2nd 6 , 
Moses\ Ebenezer*, John 3 , William 2 , William'), b. Feb. 22, 1857, 
at Wilton, Me., where he is a well known farmer. He was m. at 
New Sharon, Me., Dec. 16, 1882, to Cora Wilkins (dau. of 
Thomas W 7 ilkins, of Wilton, and Mary Mosher, his wife), b. 
Dec. 8, 1860, at Wilton. 

The children of Albert P. and Cora f Wilkins) Averill are: 

3925. i. Elmer James 1 ", b. Jan. 27, 1884, at Wilton, is Maine Supt. 

of Agents, Providential Insurance Company of America, 
living at Auburn, Me. 

3926. ii. Dana Albert" 1 , b. Feb. 12, 1888. 

3274. Ida E. 9 Averill (David 5 , Moses 7 , Moses 2nd 6 , Moses 5 , 
Ebenezer\ John 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. Aug. 7, 1863, at Wil- 
ton, Me.; m. there, Sept. 8, 1887, Herbert L. Knapp. They have 
lived at Farmington and Wilton, Me., but they now reside at 
E. Livermore, Me. 
Children : 

i. Frank Norris 1 " Knapp, b. 1891, is taking his third year at 

Wesleyan University, Middletown, Conn. 
ii. Merton E."' Knapp. b. 1895, is in his senior year at Kent's 

Hill, Me. 
iii. Eertrand L. 1 " Knapp, b. 1P07. 

3305. Maud May Averill (George*, Elihu 7 , John 6 , Benja- 
min'', Job 4 , Job 3 , William 2 , William'), b. Sept., 1871, at Chicago, 
111. ; m. July 17, 1906, Herman Leibenberg of Alma, Wis. 
Their children (b. at Alma) are: 

i. Henry Schoppe'" Leibenberg, b. Jan. 18, 1903. 
ii. Mary Averill 1 " Leibenberg. b. Apr. 5, 1911. 

3310. Barr Gushing" Averill (Williard 8 , Elihu 7 , John 6 , Ben- 
jamin 5 , Job*, Job'-, William' 2 , William'), b. June 18, 1881, at 
Beaumont, Texas; was m. Feb., 1904, to Bessie Deniston. They 
live at Beaumont. 



942 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

Their children (both b. at Beaumont) are: 

3927. i. Barbara" 1 , b. Oct. 14, 1907. 

3928. ii. Willard Gushing 1 ", b. Feb. 24, 1911. 

3311. Bertha Boynton ' Averill (Willard 8 , Elihu 7 , Joint, 
Benjamin*, Job', Job 3 , William-, William 1 ), b. June 20, 1883, at 
Beaumont, Texas, was graduted from Wells College, N. Y., June, 
1904, and was m. Jan. 18, 1908, to Ralph Parsons Kinney of 
Cleveland, 0. They live at Cleveland. 

Child : 

i. Willard Averill"' Kinney, b. Sept. 18, 1911, at Cleveland. 

3321. Edward Scott' Averill (Wilmot 8 , Joseph 1 , William*, 
Samuel 5 , Job\ Job 3 , William', William 1 ), b. Mar. 14, 1864, at 
East Boston, Mass. ; m. Jan. 6, 1886, at Maiden, Mass., Annie 
Lillian Ryder (dau. of Elisha Howes Ryder and Annie M. 
Burdakin, his wife), b. Apr. 6, 1864, at East Boston. Mr. 
Averill is a travelling salesman and lives at Braintree, Mass. 

Children (both b. at Maiden) : 

3929. i. Wilmot Ryder 1 ", b. Mar. 22, 1890, living at Braintree. 

3930. ii. Helen Ryder 1 ", b. Feb. 23, 1894, living at Braintree. 

3324. Elizabeth' 1 Averill (Jotham 8 , Joseph 7 , William 6 , Sam- 
uel 5 , Job 4 , Job 3 , William-, William'), b. Dec. 17, 1856, at Alna, 
Me. ; m. Aug. 12, 1881, at Brunswick, Me., Charles Henry 
Weeks (son of Henry Weeks of Jefferson, Me., and Minerva 

Peaslee, his wife), b. June 15, 1856, at Jefferson; cl. there, July 
27, 1892. Mrs. Weeks lives at Augusta, Me. 
Children (both b. at Jefferson) : 

i. Allan Henry 1 " Weeks, b. July 16, 1887; grad. from Cony 
High School, class of 1907; took a four years' course at 
the University of Maine. He is a mechanical engineer, 
living at Maiden, Mass. 
ii. Emily Ardell" Weeks, b. Mar. 16, 1893; grad. from Cony 
High School, class of 1912. She is employed in an office 
at Augusta, Me. 

3327. Isaphena" Averill (Charles 8 , Joseph 7 , William 6 , Sam- 
uel 5 , Job\ Job-, William 1 , William 1 ), b. July 15, 1859, at Alna, 
Me.; m. Dec. 23, 1882, at Wiscasset, Me., Americus McKenney 
(son of Abraham McKenney of Wiscasset and Bailey, 



The Ninth Generation 943 

his wife), b. at Portland, Me. Mrs. McKenney d. May 8, 1895, 
at Wiscasset and was buried there. 
Children : 

i. George 1 " McKenney. 

ii. Grace 1 " McKenney. 

iii. Ora 1 " McKenney. 

3328. Georgia" Averill (Charles 8 , Joseph 7 , William''', Sam- 
uel", Job 4 , Job', William", William'), b. May 8, 1861, at Alna, 
Me.; m. Mar. 4, 1882, at Wiscasset, Me., Charles Gates (son of 
Charles Gates of Wiscasset and Catharine Rhines, his wife), 
b. at Wiscasset ; d. there, Mar. 7, 1905 ; he was Secretary of 
the Knights of Pythias in the State of Washington. Mrs. Gates 
d. Mar. 25, 1896, at Wiscasset. 

Child: 

i. Charles 1 " Gates, b. 1883 or '84, living in California. 

3331. Josie Etta 9 Averill (Charles*, Joseph 7 , William'', Sam- 
uel 7 ', Job\ Job\ William'-, William 1 ), b. Oct. 6, 1865, at Alna, 
Me.; m. July 2, 1884, at Wiscasset, Me., James Pottle of Alna. 

Children : 

i. Amy 1 " Pottle. 

ii. Walter 1 " Pottle. 

iii. Emma"' Pottle. 

iv. Josephine 1 " Pottle. 

v. Henry 1 " Pottle. 

vi. Scott 1 " Pottle, b. Oct. 26, 1892. 

vii. (A Boy) 1 " Pottle, b. Oct. 26, 1893, at Wiscasset. 

3332. Walter Hall Averill (Charles', Joseph 7 , William", 
Samuel 7 ', Job 4 , Job', William-, William 1 ), b. July 5, 1871, at Alna, 
Me.; m. July 5, 1892, at Wiscasset, Me., Lilla Blackman (dau. of 
Charles Blackman of Wiscasset and Harriet Savage, his wife), 
b. July 23, 1874, at Wiscasset. Mr. Averill is a farmer and he 
and his family live at Wiscasset. 

Children : 

3931. i. Florence Gertrude 1 ", b. Mar. 28, 1894, at Wiscasset. 

3932. ii. Edward C. 1 ", b. Jan. 19, 1898, at Wiscasset; d. there, Aug-. 

6, 1912, aged 14 yrs. 7 mos. 18 dys. 



944 Aver ell, Ave rill, Avery Family 

3331. Lydia Jane 9 Averill (Charles 8 , Joseph 7 , William 6 , 
Samuel 5 , Job\ Job", William", William'), b. July 8, 1876, at 
Alna, Me. ; m. Oct. 15, 1890, at Edgecomb, Me., Frederic Hutch- 
ins Lewis (son of Chanler Lewis of Boothbay, Me., and Helen 
Lewis of Newcastle, Me., his wife), b. July 14, 1869, at New- 
castle. They live at Wiscasset, Me. 
Children (all b. at Wiscasset) : 

i. Wilder Perry 1 " Lewis, b. Sept. 1, 1892, living at Worcester, 

Mass. 
ii. Annie Augustus 1 " Lewis, b. Jan. 25, 1898, living at Wor- 
cester, 
iii. Henry Chanler'" Lewis, b. Apr. 18, 1900. 
iv. Ruth Scott 1 " Lewis, b. Jan. 19, 1904. 
v. Mildred Nash 1 " Lewis, b. Aug. 26, 1906. 

3339. Henry Weeks'-' Averill (E<hcai'<l s , Joseph 7 , William , 
Samuel", Job\ Job", William', William'), b. Feb. 26. 1877, at 
Alna, Me.; m. Dec. 14, 1905, at Newcastle, Me., Gertrude Eliza 

Averell (No. 3366), who is the dau. of Samuel and Alma Ches- 
ter (Nelson) Averell. She was b. Dec. 7, 1888, at Alna, Me. 
They live at Sheepscot, Me. 

Children (both b. at Alna) : 

3933. i. Chester Henry 1 ", b. Jan. 8, 1906. 

3934. ii. Thelma Mae 1 ", b. Dec. 20, 1908. 

3428. Leonora Estella :i Avery (Enoch*, Enoch 1 , Enoch 1 ', 
Enoch", Israel* Averell, Job", William-, William'), b. Jan. 10, 
1861, was bap. at Grace Church, Westerly, R. I., Nov. 2, 1873, 
and received into the Church, June 14, 1877. She m. Oct. 10, 
1880, Marcus L. Curtis of Winterport, Me., b. Oct. 12, 1855; d. 
Nov. 31, 1891. 
Children : 

i. Ada Estella 1 " Curtis, b. Mar. 13, 1881. 
ii. Effie May" 1 Curtis, b. July 1, 1884. 

3429. Carrie Lizzie'' Avery (Enoch s , Enoch', Enoch*, 
Enoch 5 , Israel 4 Averell, Job", William 2 , William'), b. Mar. 18, 
1863, was lap. at Cxiace Chinch, Westerly, R. I.. Nov. 2, 1873. 
She m. Nov. 4, 1883, Charles E. Shaw, b. Feb. 22, 1861. 

Child: 

i. Leroy Frank 1 " Shaw, b. Dec. 3, 1886. 



The Ninth Generation 945 

3435. Rev. George Walther Avery (Edward 8 , Enoch 7 , 
Enoch 6 , Enoch 5 , Israel 4 Averell, Job 3 , William-, William'), b. 
May 3, 1858, at Frankfort, Me., was educated at the public 
schools of Prospect and Vinal Haven, Me., and took a three 
years' course at the Bangor Theological Seminary. He was or- 
dained 1879, a Baptist clergyman, at Jay Bridge, Me. ; he now 
resides at Brewer, Me. Mr. Avery m. Oct. 26, 1878, at Vinal 
Haven, Mary Eliza Coombs (dau. of Jos'ah Coombs of Vinal 
Haven and Sarah Bickford, his wife), b. May 1, 1861, at Vinal 
Haven. Mr. Avery holds a Captain's commission in the Sons 
of Veterans, also the Uniform Rank, Knights of Pythias, and 
he has received thirty-two degrees in Masonry. 

The sons of Mr. Avery belong to the State Militia. 

Mrs. Avery d. Sept. 9, 1910, at Brewer. 

Children : 

3935. i. Monford Patten" 1 , b. Apr. 8, 1879, at Vinal Haven; m. 

Oct. 26, 1903, at Bangor, Eva A. Linscott; he d. Oct. 19, 
1910, at Presque Isle, leaving 1 child, Gladys. 

3936. ii. Walter Francis 1 ", b. May 27, 1882, at Vinal Haven; m. 

Oct. 27, 1909, at Brewer, Louie Lenore Smith. They 
live at Bangor. 

3937. iii. Edward Crocker 1 ", b. Aug. 19, 1890, at Jay Bridge, Me.; 

in. Jan. 21, 1912, at Brewer, Marie Louise Sweetser. He 
served three years in the regular army. They live at 
Bangor. 

3938. iv. Roy Melvin 1 ", b. Sept. 5, 1892, at Topsham, Me.; m. Sept. 

27, 1911, at Biewer, Ruth W. Carter. They live at 
Bangor. 

3939. v. Ernest Albert"', b. July 20, 1894, at Franklin, Me.; d. 

Aug. 25, 1895. 

3940. vi. Fred Russell 1 ", b. Oct. 31, 1895, at Franklin, is living at 

Bangor. 

3941. vii. Marion 1 ", b. May 9, 1897, at Franklin, is living at Brewer. 

3942. viii. Laura Coombs 1 ", b. June 22, 1900, at Ellsworth, is living at 

Brewer. 

3438. Albert Lewis" Avery (Edward*, Enoch 7 , Enoch", 
Enoch 5 , Israel 4 Averell, Job 6 , William-, William'), b. May 27, 
1869, was educated at the public schools of Vinalhaven. He is 
an engineer and lives at Bucksport, Me. He m. May 17, 1894, 
at Ellsworth, Me., Abbie L. Lowell (dau. of Elisha Dodge Lowell 
of Bucksport and Catherine Johnson Crane, his wife), i>, Apr. 



3943. 


l. 


3944. 


ii. 


3945. 


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3946. 


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3947. 


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3948. 


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946 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

26, 1872, at Orland, Me.; d. Oct. 9, 1911, at Bangor, Me. Mr. 
Averill and his children are Congregationalists. He is a Repub- 
lican. 

Children (all b. at Bucksport) : 

Cora Frances'", b. Aug. 21, 1896. 

Catherine Crane 1 ", b. Nov. 14, 1898. 

Florence Evelyn"', b. Dec. 13, 1900. 

Leslie Randall"', b. July 31, 1904. 

Harold Lowell"', b. Dec. 11, 1906. 

Ruth Boynton"', b. Sept. 27, 1909. 

3459. Edward 1 ' Avery (George 8 , Edward 7 , Enoch''. Enoch?, 
Israel' Averell, Job", William", William'), b. July 30, 1886, at 
Prospect, Me.; m. Dec. 14, 1910, at Cherryneld, Me., Bertha 
Mae Pettee (dau. of Noah Pettee of Steuben, Me., and Abbie 
Ann Leighton, his wife), b. Mar. 23, 1884, at Steuben. Mrs. 
Avery has been a teacher; and Mr. Avery is associated with his 
father on their old farm and in their granite quarry at Pros- 
pect. 

Child : 

3949. i. Hilda Mae'", b. Sept, 12, 1911, at Steuben. 

3460. John Frederick 1 ' Avery (E. Franklin 8 , Edward 1 , 
Enoch 6 , Enoch*, Israel 4 Averell, Job 3 , William-, William'), b. Oct. 
1, 1873, at So. Thomaston, Me. ; he was left motherless when very 
young and was brought up by his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. 
George A. Avery, in the old "Mansion" at Prospect, Me. He m. 
Feb. 6, 1901, at Montpelier, Vt., May Elizabeth Simmons (dau. 
of James Courtnay Simmons, b. at Liverpool, England, and 
Catherine Fitzgerald of Kildimo, Co. Limerick, Ireland, his 
wife), b. Sept. 12, 1875, at Montpelier, Vt. Mr. Avery is in 
business at Montpelier. 

Children (both b. at Montpelier) : 

3950. i. Elizabeth Helena'", b. Mar. 24, 1907. 

3951. ii. Edward Franklin'", b. Feb. 17, 1911. 

3461. Jane Eliza' 1 Avery (E. Franklin 8 , Edwai'd 7 , Enoch 6 , 
Enoclv, Israel* Averell, Job 3 , William', William 1 ), b. Sept. 22, 
1877, at So. Thomaston, Me. She was graduated from Hallo- 
well High School, June 19, 1896, and from Bates College, Me., 
Juno, 1900. She was a teacher of Latin at Winthrop, Me., and 



The Ninth Generation 947 

Wayland and Quincy, Mass. She m. June 16, 1908, at Hallo- 
well, Me., Harold Edward Jackman (son of William Harry 
Jackman and Katherine Dow Bradbury, his wife), b. in 1874, at 
Sherman, Me., he graduated in 1899, at Faimington, N. S. 
Mr. Jackman is Principal of one of the public schools at Med- 
ford, Mass., where they reside. 
Children : 

i. William Avery" 1 Jackman, b. Aug. 24, 1909, at Sherman; 

d. Aug. 24, 1909. 
ii. Edward Avery"' Jackman, b. Nov. 13, 1910, in Jewett City. 
Conn. 

3466. Bessie Tarbell Avery (George", Newell', Enoch". 
Enoch", Israel' Averell, Job", William", William'), b. Mar. 21, 
1879, at Detroit, Mich., lived there until her marriage. She 
was educated at the Detroit Home and Day School and at The 
Ely School of New Yoik City. She was m. Oct. 10, 1905, at 
the residence of her parents, 50 Selden Ave., by Rev. Newell 
S. Wright of the First Congregational Church, to Sherman 
Miller McFedries (son of Alexander St. Clair McFedries of 
Detroit, formerly of Maybole, Ayrshire, Scotland, and of Mary 
Ellen McDuff, his wife), b. Sept. 20, 1877, at Detroit. They 
resided for a time at Chicago, where Mr. McFedries was a man- 
ufacturer, and in 1900 removed to Milwaukee, Wis., where they 
now reside, and where he is an active young business man. 
Children : 

i. Newell Avery 10 McFedries, b. at 9 A. M., Svinday. Aug. 

19, 1906, at Chicago, 111. 
ii. Sherman Miller 1 " McFedries, Jr., b. Sept. 19, 1909, at 

Chicago. 
iii. Eleanor Frances 1 " McFedries, b. May 12, 1912, at Mil- 
waukee. 

memorandum. 
The two older children were bap. at Milwaukee, 1910. 

3468. George Edwin ' Avery, Jr. (George*, Newell 7 , Enoch*, 
Enoch", Israel" Averell Job-, William", William 1 ), b. Oct. 25, 1884, 
at Detroit, Mich. ; was educated at the public schools of Detroit 
and the Hill School of Pottstown, Pa. He lived for a short time 
in Adrian, Mich., and for two years at Berlin, Out., Canada, 



948 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

where he was one of the managing staff of the Dominion Sugar 
Co. He was m. Feb. 13, 1908, at Detroit, by Rev. Lee McColles- 
ter, D. D., to Elizabeth Bird (dau. of Joseph Campbell Bird of 
Claikston, Mich., and Frances Cornelia Gibbs, his wife), b. Jan. 
6, 1883, at the Town of Independence, Oakland Co., Mich. His 
present residence is Booth Farm which he has just purchased 
on Mace Day Lake, Oakland Co., Mich. 
Child : 

3962. i. Frances 1 ", b. at 1 A. M., Aug. 23, 1910, at Berlin. 

3470. Kenneth Newell" Avery (John*, Newel! 7 , Enoch 6 , 
Enoch*, Israel 4 Averell, Job 3 , William-, William 1 ), b. Nov. 20, 
1882; was educated at Phillips Academy, Exeter, N. H.; was 
for a time at Leland Stanford University of California. He 
studied art at Paris and was pupil of Jean Paul Laurens, and 
was admitted to the Salon of 1906 — Societe des Artistes 
Francais — he also had pictures admitted in later salons. He 

was m. to Mrs. Nancy (Gilcrest) Quereau (dau. of 

Gilcrest and , his wife). 

He continued in his profession at Pasadena, Cal., until 
ill-health made it necessary for him to try an open-air life. He 
now has a fine orange ranch at Covena, Cal., where they reside, 

Mrs. Avery was educated at Abbott Academy v Antiover, 
Mass. 

Child: 

3963. i. Kenneth Gilcrest" 1 , b. Mon., Jan. 17, 1910, at Pasadena. 

3474. Llewellyn West" Avery (Horace 8 , Newell 7 , Enoch 8 , 
Enoch;', Israel* Averell, Job', William-, William'), b. Dec. 18, 
1881, at Detroit, Mich. ; was in business at St. Clair and Detroit, 
and m. Oct. 6, 1903, at Louisville, Ky., Annette Cameron Voris 
(dau. of Salathiel Boone ;; Voris and Mary Wooldridge, his wife), 
b. July 17, 1882, at Bedford, Ind., and lived at Louisville. They 
were divorced and Mrs. Avery, who retained their child, was m. 
(2) to James Gillespie, a lawyer of Gulf port, Miss., where they 
reside. 

Child : 

C9G4. i. Nancy Voris 1 " Avery, b. Jan. 7, 1906, at Louisville; she 
lives at Gulfport. 



Mr. 4nd Mrs. Kenneth Newell Avery 
and Kenneth Gilcrest Avery. 



I 



The Ninth Generation 951 

3476. Albert JudsorT Avery (Benjamin 8 , Judson 7 , Enoch 9 , 
Enoch 5 , Israel' Averell, Job-, William', William'), b. Apr. 22, 
1870, at Jefferson, Me., is a farmer and the fifth generation 
occupying the old homestead at Jefferson. He m. Dec. 15, 1900, 
at Jefferson, Harriet H. Coombs (dau. of Waldo T. Coombs of 
Coopers Mills, Me., and Nancy E. Watson, his wife. They are 
both interesting, active and ambitious, and hospitable as his 
parents were. 
Children : 

3965. i. Benjamin Waldo"', b. Dec. 5, 1901, at Jefferson. He re- 

sembles the Averys very much, and is a large, fine, 
manly boy, promising' to honor the name. 

3966. ii. Laurice Albert 1 ", b. June 21, 1910, is a very beautiful child 

at 2 years of age. 

3482. Sewell Lee Avery {Waldo 8 , Sewell 7 , Enoch 6 , Enoch", 
Israel' Averell, Job', William', William'), b. Nov. 4, 1873, at 
E. Saginaw, now Saginaw, Mich., was educated at the Orchard 
Lake Military Academy, Mich., and at the University of Michi- 
gan, from which he was graduated in 1894 (Law). He has 
lived at Detroit and Alabaster, Mich., Buffalo, N. Y., and Cleve- 
land, O., and is now President of the United States Gypsum 
Co., of Chicago, 111., and living at Evanston, 111. He m. Oct. 11, 
1899, at Detroit, Hortense Lenore Wisner (dau. of Henry Clay 
Wisner of Detroit and Ada Cleantha McConnell, his wife), b. 
Dec. 10, 1873, at Pontiac, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Avery are cul- 
tivated people with very simple tastes and devoted to the more 
immediate duties of the home and of business rather than to 
social life. They have travelled extensively both at home and 
abroad. 

Children : 

3967. i. Sewell Lee 10 , b. Jan. 14, 1901, at Detroit. 

3968. ii. Arla 1 ", b. May 13, 1902, at Buffalo. 

3969. iii. Lenore 1 ", b. Sept. 21, 1905, at Evanston; d. there. Mar. 13, 

1906. 

3970. iv. Nancy 1 ", b. Aug. — , 1912, at Evanston. 

3484. Waldo Allard" Avery (Waldo 8 , SewelV , Enoch*, 
Enoch", Israel' Averell, Job 3 , William", William'), b. Oct. 19, 1878, 
at Saginaw, Mich. ; lived at Saginaw and Detroit, Mich. ; was edu- 
cated at the University of Michigan and at the Houghton School 



952 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

of Mines. After graduation, he settled in the west and is now 
living at Portland, Ore., where he was m. Jan. 19, 1910, to Ruth 
Adele Baumgardner, dau. of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Baumgardner 
of Portland, Ore. He is a lumberman — the fifth or sixth, possi- 
bly the seventh, in line owning mills and manufacturing lumber; 
but he is on the Pacific Coast, while his ancestors were on the 
Atlantic Coast or the shores of the Great Lakes. 
Children : 

3991. i. Eleanor'", b. Sept, 27, 1910, at Portland. 

3991'. ii. Waldo Allard'" III, b. Oct., 1912, at Portland. 

3565. Loretta Lavinia !l Averill (Weston 8 , David 7 , Daniel 6 , 
John 5 , Paul 4 , Paul 3 , William' 2 , William 1 ), b. June 7, 1837, at 
Orange, Vt., has lived at Barre, Vt., and is living at Lisbon, 
N. H. She m. Dec. 21, 1858, at Barre, George Bradford (son of 
Jefferson Bradford of Barre and Thankful Vincent, his wife), 
b. Dec. 10, 18 — , at Barre. Mr. Bradford is a Republican. 
Children : 

i. Orlin Weston 1 " Bradford, b. Dec. 7, 1860, at Peacham, 

Vt. ; m. Jennie S. Archibald. 
ii. Bertha Vincent 1 " Bradford, b. July 2, 1865, at Williams- 
town, Vt. ; d. Nov. 14, 1867, at Pasumpsic, Vt. 
iii. Nellie M. 1 " Bradford (an adopted daughter), b. June 1, 
1866, at Danville, Vt.; m. Oct. 16, 18—, at Lisbon, Gerry 
Locke. They have 2 children. 

3567. John Wilson 9 Averill {Weston 8 , David 7 , Daniel 6 , 
John 5 , Paid', Paul 3 , William 2 , William'), b. July 7, 1841, at 
Orange, Vt., is a farmer and was a soldier in the Civil War. 
His home is at Barre, Vt. He m. Mar. 24, 1866, at Williams- 
town, Vt., Adela Mary Trow (dau. of Dexter Trow of Barre and 
Mary Doten Chandler, his wife), b. Jan. 30, 1843, at Barre. The 
Editor takes pleasure in acknowledging here the indefatigable 
efforts of Mrs. Averill to secure data of the Barre branch of the 
Averills. Her assistance has been of great value. Since Mr. 
and Mrs. Averill settled at Barre, they have never changed their 
place of residence. They are excellent representatives of that 
type of New England farmers of which people of New England 
birth are always proud. Mr. Averill is a prosperous farmer, his 
credit is always good where he is known; his word as good as 
his nolo, and his honesty unquestioned. 



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3976. 


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3977. 


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The Ninth Generation 953 

Chilren (all b. at Barre) : 

3973. i. Edith Weston'", b. Dec. 7, 1867, was a teacher and book- 
keeper for Luther M. Averill; is now a child's nurse, 
and. lives at Barre. 

Flora Ethel 1 ", b. Jan. 23, 1870; m. Leslie W. Lawrence. 

Merry Christmas 1 ", b. Dec. 25, 1872; m. Geo. A. Townsend. 

Bessie Emma 1 ", b. Oct. 25, 1874; m. Ira C. Lawrence. 

Milton Ellsworth 1 ", b. Aug. 21, 1878; d. June 28, 1889, at 
Barre. 

3978. vi. John Trow'", b. June 3, 1882, is a teller in the Granite 

Savings Bank of Barre. 

3979. vii. Adela Maud 1 ", b. Oct. 8, 1885. 

3568. James Weston 1 ' Averill (Weston*, David 7 , Daniel 6 , 
John 5 , Paul*, Paul 3 , William', William'), b. July 7, 1841, at 
Orange, Vt., is a farmer and lives at Forest, Mich., their P. O. 
address being Otisville, Mich. He was in the Civil War and 
lost a leg at Winchester. He m. Mar. 4, 1867, at Barre, Vt., 
Emma S. Trow (dau. of Dexter Trow of Barre and Mary 
Chandler, his wife), b. Sept. 6, 1846, at Barre. She is a sister 
of Mrs. John W. Averill, wife of his twin brother. 

Children : 

3980. i. May Mercy 1 ", b. Mar. 28, 1868, at Forest; m. Charles 

Barden. 

3981. ii. Weston Hanson 1 ", b. Aug. 10, 1869, at Forest; m. Susie 

Stimson. 

3982. iii. Nellie James 1 ", b. Nov. 23, 1870, at Forest; m. William 

Barden. 

3983. iv. Bertha Bradford 1 ", b. Dec. 4, 1872, at Forest; m. Edgar 

Stimson. 

3984. v. Milton Trow 1 ", b. Apr. 9, 1876, at Thetford, Mich.; d. 

there, Sept. 6. 1876. 

3985. vi. Morton Edmunds ", b. Apr. 3, 1880, at Forest, and lives at 

home. 

3986. vii. Grace Lillian 1 ", b. Sept. 23, 1885, at Forest, and lives at 

home. 

3571. Thomas Wilson 11 Averill (Weston 8 , David:, Daniel", 
John\ Paul\ Paul-, William-, William 1 ), b. June 14, 1849, at 
Barre, Vt., lived at Flint and Saginaw, Mich. He m. 1871, at 
Otisville, Mich., Margaret J. Kerry (or Perry? 1 . He d. at 

Saginaw, Jan. 5, 1899. His family resides at Flint. 



954 Aver ell, Averill, Avery Family 

Children : 

3987. i. Clyde"', b. , 18—. 

3988. ii. Mertie L. 1 ", b. , 18—. 

3989. iii. David Merrill"*, b. May 6, 1S79; m. Sept. 24, 1902, at 

Flint, Mich., Mabel Louise Frise (dau. of Jabez Alonzo 
Frise and Susanna McNeil, his wife), b. June 10, 1880, 
at Petrolia, Ont. 

He is a purchasing agent for a carriage manufactur- 
ing business, and lives at Flint. 

3990. iv. Roy" 1 , b. , 18—. 

3991. v. Frank 1 ", b. , 18—. 

3992. vi. Nettie 1 ". 

3572. Luther Merrill 9 Averill (Hiram 8 , David 7 , Daniel*, 
John 5 , Paul 4 , Paul', William-, William'), b. Mar. 10, 1846, at 
Barre, Vt., is a grocer and lives at Barre. He was educated 
at Barre Academy and Eastman's Business College, Pough- 
keepsie, N. Y. He m. Dec. 25, 1867, at Barre, Lizzie Annie 
Beckley (dau. of Luther Beckley of Barre and Lovila Goodale, 
his wife), b. Oct. 6, 1850, at Barre. 

"He had the first successful store in Barre devoted ex- 
clusively to groceries." This business was enlarged to include 
other departments until in 1885-6 he erected a three-story brick 
block in which he has a large and well appointed store. He has 
besides several warehouses and does a large business in flour, 
grain and heavy goods (see the Souvenir of Barre, 1894). 

Child : 

3993. i. Harley Luther 1 ", b. Nov. 9, 1868, at Barre; m. Mattie 

Harran. 

3573. Rev. Louis Kossuth'' Averill (Hiram 6 , David 7 , Dan- 
iel , John 5 , Paul 4 , Paul\ William-, William'), b. July 9, 1852, at 
Barre, Vt., is a farmer and preacher and lives at Barre, on the 
farm formerly owned by Abel Wood. He m. Nov. 18, 1876, at 
Barre, Sarah Alma Wheaton (dau. of John Wheaton of Barre 
and Rhoda Reed, his 2nd wife), b. Mar. 23, 1857, at Barre. 

Children (all b. at Barre) : 

4000. i. Florence Nightingale 1 ", b. June 19, 1878; m. Nicholas 

Veale. 

4001. ii. Hiram Harrison 1 ", b. Aug. 29, 1884, grad. from Spaulding 

High School, 1902, and Dartmouth Coll., 1907. He taught 
at Rutgers Coll., New Brunswick, N. J., then at Casca- 



The Ninth Generation 955 

dilla School, Ithaca, N. Y., and was drowned when cross- 
ing Lake Cayuga, May 9, 1909. 

4002. iii. Grace Rhoda 1 ", b. Nov. 23, 1887. 

4003. iv. Porter Wheaton'", b. Jan. 20, 1890, grad. from Spaulding 

High School, 1908, and Dartmouth Coll., 1912. He has 
accepted a position as teacher at Fair Haven, Vt. 

4004. v. John Wheaton"', b. Nov. 18, 1891; d. Mar. 22, 1900. 

3574. Alice Waterman' 1 Averill (Anthony 8 , David 7 , Daniel 6 , 
John 7 ', Paid*, Paul-, William", William'), b. May 14, 1855, at 
Elmore, Vt. ; m. Dec. 25, 1872, at Elmore, William Edward Colby 
(son of Hezekiah Colby and Lydia Porter, his wife), b. June 22, 
1851, in New Hampshire. They live at West Berlin, Vt. 
Children : 

i. Candace Parker 1 " Colby, b. Dec. 16, 1873, at Elmore; m. 
Alexander Stephen; she d. Mar. 30, 1910, in Heton Hos- 
pital, Montpelier, leaving 2 children — Catherine and Ed- 
ward, 
ii. Averill Clayton 1 " Colby, b. Dec. 21, 1879, at Elmore; m. 
Feb., 1912, at Birmingham, Ala., Corra G. Alexander. 
They are living at Birmingham. He is Superintendent 
of the Birmingham Railway, Light and Power Co. 
iii. Norman Camp 1 " Colby, b. May 12, 1885, at Elmore; living 

at West Berlin; works in a novelty store, 
iv. Lodema Alice'" Colby, b. Sept. 26, 1889, at Elmore; m. in 
1905, Clifford Berry, and has 4 children— Edith, Roy, 
Howard and Alice. They live at West Berlin. 
v. Ray Angus 1 " Colby, b. Jan. 21, 1891, at West Berlin, living 
at Montpelier, Vt., and works in a meat, vegetable and 
grocery store. 

3577. Arthur Cheney 1 ' Averill (Ambrose 8 , David 7 , Daniel*, 
John'', Paul- 1 , Paul'; William 2 , William'), b. Jan. 19, 1854, at 
Barre, Vt., is a bookkeeper and clerk, and has lived at Mont- 
pelier and Barre, Vt., and lives now at Brookline, Mass. He 
was m. Mar. 30, 1881, at Barre, by Rev. W. M. Kimmel to 
Estella C. Tilden (dau. of the late Judge Harvey Tilden of 
Barre and Maria Cook, his wife), b. Dec. 15, 1850, at Barre. 

Children : 

4005. i. Alice Nora 1 ", b. Oct. 18, 1882, at Montpelier. 

4006. ii. Harvey Eastman'", b. Nov. 23, 1884, at Barre. 

4007. iii. Helen Stella", b. Dec. 9, 1893, at Brookline. All live at 

Brookline. 



956 A v ere 11, Aver ill, Avery Family 

3578. Charles Weston 9 Averill (Ambrose 8 , David 7 , Daniel 9 , 
John 5 , Paul*, Paul", William", William'), b. Feb. 6, 1859, at 
Barre, Vt., is a hardware merchant and lives at Barre. He m. 
Apr. 19, 1882, at Orange, Vt., Rose Jane Carpenter (dau. of 
Andrew J. Carpenter of Groton, Vt., and Sarah Morrison, his 
wife), b. Dec. 22, 1857, at Newbury, Vt. 

Children (all b. at Barre) : 

4008. i. IVIS Maria"', b. July 12, 1883; m. Noble S. Love. 

4009. ii. Eula Elizabeth 10 , b. Apr. 9, 1885. 

4010. iii. Arthur Lindley 10 , b. Oct. 4, 1887; m. June 19, 1912, at 

Barre, Mabel R. Gladding. They are living at Barre. 

3579. Linley Ambrose" Averill (Ambrose*, David 7 , Dan- 
iel", John 3 , Paul*, Paul 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. May 13, 1861, 
at Barre, Vt., was educated at the Goddard Seminary in Barre, 
and Eastman's Business College, N. Y. He lives at Barre. He 
m. July 15, 1885, at Montpelier, Vt., Frances Bigelow (dau. of 
Dr. Amos E. Bigelow of Barre and Nancy Richardson, his wife), 
b. Jan. 6, 1864, at Barre. Mr. Averill is a successful business 
man, and has been associated with his father in real estate and 
other investments and had various individual interests. 

Children (all b. at Barre) : 

4011. i. Annie Bigelow 10 , b. June 4, 1886. 

4012. ii. Harry Weston 1 ", b. May 2, 1890. 

4013. iii. Lindley Wendall 1 ", b. Jan. 11, 1894. 

4014. iv. Ruth Richardson 10 , b. July 22, 1898. All live at Barre. 

3581. Sarah Page !l Averill (Ambrose 8 , David 7 , Daniel*, 
John 5 , Paul*, Paul'-, William', William 1 ), b. Mar. 11, 1873, at 
Barre, Vt., has lived at Barre. She m. there, Sept. 16, 1895, 
George Loring Morris (son of Isaiah Morris of Port Greville, 
N. S., and Mary Green, his wife) , b. June 26, 1862, at Parsbora, 
N. S. He is a stone cutter, and lives at Barre City, Vt. 

Child : 

i. Nora Delphena 1 " Morris, b. May 9, 1898, at Barre. 

3582. Ella Augusta" Averill (George*, John 7 , John*, John", 
Paul', Paul-, William', William 1 ), b. Nov. 2, 1858, at Mont Ver- 
non, N. H., lives at Elmwood, N. H. She was educated at 
McCollom Institute, and spent three years at Wellesley College; 
taught ;it Mont Vernon and New Boston, and in 1880 went to 



The Ninth Generation 957 

Stellenbosch, Cape Colony, S. Africa, where she taught five 
years in the Stellenbosch Girls' Public School, a government 
school for daughters of the colonists. She returned to America 
in 1855; taught in Greenfield, N. H., and in the High School at 
Clinton, Mass. She was Superintendent of the Taylor Orphan 
Asylum at Racine, Wis., 1887-89. She m. Dec. 25, 1889, at 
Mont Vernon, Henry Franklin Robinson (son of William Robin- 
son of Hancock, N. H., and Hannah Newton, his wife), b. Jan. 
4, 1851, at Hancock ; d. there Sept. 19, 1910. 
Children (all b. at Hancock) : 

i. Harold A\erill'" Robinson, b. Oct. 11, 1890. 

ii. Helen Caroline 1 " Robinson, b. May 20, 1892. 

iii. William Henry 1 " Robinson, b. Oct. 31, 1893. 

iv. Elizabeth Newton'" Robinson, b. Oct. 4, 1899. 

3583. Carolina Frances 1 ' Averill {George 8 , .John 1 , John'', 
John 5 , Paul 1 , Paul", William', William 1 ), b. Aug. 24, 1861, at 
Mont Vernon, N. H.; was m. Dec. 19, 1882, to Charles Henry 
Trow (son of Henry H. Trow and Harriet Clement, his wife), 
b. June 22, 1858, at Francestown, N. H. They are living at 
North Sutton, N. H., where he is a grocer. 
Children : 

i. Herbert Averill 1 " Trow, b. Nov. 17, 1885, at Amherst, 
N. H.; m. Oct. 9, 19—, at Nashua, N. H., Blanche 
Chaney. They have 1 child, 
ii. Charles H.'" Trow, b. 1887 (?), at Manchester, N. H. 

3589. Chester Baldwin' Averill (Joseph*, Jesse 1 , Jesse", 
John 7 ', Paul*, Paul", William-, William 1 ), b. Jan. 17, 1867, at 
Mont Vernon, N. H., is a Boston and Maine Railroad station 
agent, and has lived at Lakeport, Plymouth and Warren, N. H. 
His present residence is Warren, where he has served 2 years 
as selectman, and 1 year on the school board. He m. Oct. 19, 
1892, at Lakeport, Edith M. Leonard (dau. of Charles K. Leonard 
of Warren, N. H., and Emily E. Swain, his wife) , b. May 4, 1875, 
at Warren. 

Mr. Averill and his father have rendered valuable aid in 
securing records of their branch of the Averill family. Mr. 
Chester B. Averill has inherited more of the Baldwin family 
characteristics than those of his father's side. 

Child: 
4015. i. Marion Leonard 1 ", b. Sept. 20, 1893, at Lakeport. 



958 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

3590. William Cummings" Averill {George*, Franklin" 1 , 
Jesse", John 5 , Paul 4 , Paul 3 , William', William 1 ), b. after 1850 
(?) at Lowell or Sheldonville (Wrentham), Mass., and lives at 
Wrentham, in the part called Sheldonville. He m. Hannah 
Wilson of Hamilton, O. He manages his father's faim and 
country place at Sheldonville. 
Child : 

4016. i. Frank Wilson 1 ", who is engaged in the manufacture of 
jewelry, and who m. Bertha Montford Bennett, dau. of 
Mr. Bennett, a member of the firm with which he is 
associated. They live at Plainville, Mass. 

3593. Rachel King" Averill (Chili s , William 7 , Jesse'', John', 
Paul 4 , Paul-, William", William'), b. Jan. 2, 1874, at Wausau, 
Wis., lives at Baylis, Shasta Co., Cal. She m. June 6, 1899, at 
Stockton, Cal., E. W. Hayden. 

Children : 

i. Ethel Valentine'" Hayden. 
ii. Ernest Averill 1 " Hayden. 

3595. Mary Eliza !l Averill (Chili 8 , William 7 , Jesse 6 , Jolur, 
Paul 1 , Paul 3 , William 2 , William 1 ), b. May 22, 1877, at Wausau, 
Wis.; m. Nov. 28, 1893, at San Benito, Cal., Charles R. Kellogg. 
They lived at Georgetown, Eldorado Co., Cal., but were not 
there in 1912. 
Children : 

i. Raymond Roswold 1 " Kellogg. 

ii. Mildred Ruth 1 " Kellogg. 

iii. Warren Averill 1 " Kellogg. 

iv. Kenneth Lee 1 " Kellogg. 

3607. Nellie Frances 9 Averill {John 5 , Mark 7 , Levi", John 5 , 

Paul', Paul", William 1 , William'), b. July 28, 1868, at Boston. 
Mass.; m. there, Mar. 15, 1898, Fenton Joseph Cook of Boston. 
They still live there. 
Child: 

i. Gertrude Josephine 1 " Cook. 

3609. Grace Lillian" Averill (John 8 , Mark 7 , Levi", John 5 , 

Paul*, Paul-, William', William'), b. Sept. 30, 1873, at Boston, 
Mass.; m. there, Aug. 17, 1897, Daniel M. Keating. They live 
at Surry, Albert Co., N. B. 



The Ninth Generation 959 

Child : 

i. Marian Frances'" Keating; dec. 

3613. Amelia''' Averill {Edward 8 , Joint 7 , Levi", John 5 , Paul 1 , 
Paul", William", William 1 ), b. Feb. 9, 1874, at Battmore, Md. ; 
m. Nov. 18, 1897, at Chicago, 111., Calvin W. Titus. 

Child : 

i. Edward Uriel 1 " Titus, b. Feb. 7, 1899, at Chicago. 

3638. Charles Peabody ' Averill {Andrew*, Andrew', Ben- 
jamin 6 , Joseph", Paid*, Paul, William-, William 1 ), b. Mar. 17, 
1884, at Essex, Mass., has resided in several towns in Massa- 
chusetts and New Hampshire. 

He was m. Aug. 1, 1904, at N. Adams to Virginia B. La 
Crosse of Florida, Mass. (dau. of Jules La Crosse* of La Cole, 
Canada, and Marceline Hebart, his wife), b. at St. Phillip, Can. 
Mr. Averill was educated at Worcester Academy, Worcester, 
Me. They live at Truro, Mass., and he is a teacher. 

Children : 

4030. i. Violet Virginia'", b. July 5, 1905, at Florida, Mass. 

4031. ii. Cora Marceline"', b. Oct. 5, 1906, at Truro. 

memoranda. 

* Jules La Croix, only son of Jules La Cioix, only son of Gen. Jules 
La Croix, a general in the French army. 

La Croix is the French and La Crosse the English spelling. 

3681. Louise Root !l Averill (James 8 , Henry 7 , Eliphalet 6 , 
Pernf, Samuel*, Isaac', William', William'), b. May 1, 1872, at 
Perrysburg, O., lives at Atlanta, Ga. She m. June 10, 1896, 
at Atlanta, Clarence Mann Payne, M. D. (son of Horace Marsh- 
field Paine and Charlotte Mann, his wife), b. July 9, 1860, at 
Clinton, N. Y. 
Children : 

i. Dorothy Averill'" Paine, b. Feb. 9, 1898, at Atlanta, 
ii. Doris"' Paine, b. Feb. 9, 1898, at Atlanta; d. there. Feb. 10, 
1898. 

3687. Walter Curtiss" Averill (Eliphalet*, Pliineas 7 , Pernf, 
Perry 7 ', Samuel*, Isaac', William-, William'), b. June 6, 1873, at 
Ada, Mich., has lived at Ada and Jackson, Mich. ; New York 
City; St. Louis, Mo., and is at present residing at Hannibal, 



960 A v ere 11, Aver ill, Avery Family 



Mo. He was m. Apr. 29, 1896, at St. Louis, to Maud Jannette 
Renick (dau. of Wm. H. Renick, M. D., of St. Louis and Theadate 
Morrill, his wife), b. June 23, 1873, at St. Louis. Mr. Averill is 
auditor of The Atlas Portland Cement Co., Atlas Transportation 
Co., Hannibal Connecting Railroad Co. and Marion Co. Mutual 
Building and Loan Association. He is a Baptist and a member 
of the Advisory Board of his church. In politics he is a Repub- 
lican, but much inclined to independent thought. 
Children : 

4032. i. Renick Herbert 1 ", b. Jan. 29, 1897, at St. Louis. 

4033. ii. Ruth 10 , b. Feb. 27, 1905, at Hannibal. 

3688. Capt. Nathan King 1 Averill (Perry 8 , Phineas 7 , 
Perry*, Perry 5 , Samuel', Isaac 3 , William-, William'), b. Oct. 24, 
1872, at Jackson, Mich., was graduated No. 13, class of 1895, at 
the United States Military Academy, West Point. He was 
assigned to the 7th Cavalry as 2nd Lieutenant, June 12, 1895; 
promoted 1st Lieutenant 7th Cavalry, Mar. 2, 1899; promoted 
Captain of the 7th Cavalry, May 29, 1901. He served in Ari- 
zona 1895-98; was highly mentioned and complimented in orders 
by the General commanding the Army, the Generals command- 
ing the Department, and the Regimental Commander for actions 
against small bands of hostile renegade Indians, — one being 
the killing of the notorious Apache outlaw — Massa, and the 
final scattering of his band. He served in the Santiago Cam- 
paign (Spanish- American War), attached to the 6th Cavalry 
in battle of San Juan, and was specially mentioned for gal- 
lantry and recommended for brevet in the reports of three su- 
perior officers. He served with the 6th Cavalry at Montauk 
Pt., L. I., and Huntsville, Ala., and with the 7th Cavalry at 
Havana, Cuba. In 1900-1901 he was Instructor in Law and 
History at the U. S. M. A., West Point; and Recruiting officer at 
Richmond, Va.; 1902-3, he was Assistant Professor in the De- 
partment of Law and History at the U. S. M. A. of West Point; 
1903-5, he was with his regiment at Chickamauga, Ga., Manas- 
sas, Va., and Fort Meyer, Va., and the Philippines; 1905-6, he 
was commanding officer at the Post of Colomba, La Laguna, 
Philippine Islands; 1906, he was Assitant to Depot Quarter 
Master, at New York City. Capt. Averill was m. July 23, 1901, 



The Ninth Generation 961 

at Lake Matopac, N. Y., to Mary B. Bradley (dau. of John J. 
Bradley of New York City and Mary Louise Sweeny, his wife), 
who was b. at New York City. Capt. Averill was appointed 
Military Attache to the Russian Court at St. Petersburg. 
Children : 

4034. i. Mary Louise'", b. Dec. 11, 1902, at New York; d. in in- 

fancy. 

4035. ii. Mary Bradley'", b. Mar. 15, 1904, at New York. 

4036. iii. Nathan King, Jr.'", b. Mar. 19, 1905, at Virginia. 

3689. Ava Maria 1 ' Averill (Samuel 8 , Phineas 7 , Perry 6 , Per- 
ry 5 , Samuel 4 , Isaac-, William-, William'), b. Dec. 20, 1870, at 
S. Britain, Conn., was a handsome and attractive woman, re- 
sembling her father. She m. June 28, 1894, at S. Britain, Harry 
Campbell Quintard (son of Henry Ferris Quintard of New 
Haven, Conn., and Mary Jane Campbell, his wife) , b. Sept. 19, 
1869, at Greenwich, Conn. Mr. Quintard was graduated at 
Yale, class of 1893, and for a short time afterwards was a 
teacher. He is now a manufacturer. 

They have resided at S. Britain and Bridgewater, Conn., 
and at Campden and Haddonfield, N. J. Mrs. Quintard d. very 
suddenly at the place last named, Oct. 8, 1905, in the very prime 
of a fine womanhood. Mr. Quintard is living at the present 
time at Stamford, Conn. 

Children (all b. at Bridgeport, Conn.) : 

i. Dorothy'" Quintard, b. Feb. 4, 1896. 

ii. Elizabeth'" Quintard, b. Nov. 13, 1897. 

iii. Frank" 1 Quintard, b. Mar. 22, 1900. 

3691. Laura Buckingham 5 ' Averill (Heman s , Samuel 7 , Sam- 
uel 6 , Peer if, Samuel 4 , Isaac 3 , William'-, William 1 ), b. Apr. 1, 
1883, at "The Averill Homestead", Washington, Conn. ; gradu- 
ated from the Gunnery Preparatory School in Washington in 
1901, and passed the entrance examination of Radcliffe College 
with honors. She was m. May 25, 1909, to Lester Ford Harvey, 
who was b. May 2, 1883, in Washington and graduated from the 
Connnecficut Agricultural College in 1902 and that of Massa- 
chusetts in 1903. Mr. Harvey is a dairy farmer and breeder of 
Holsteins in Washington. 

Child : 

i. Averill Clark'" Harvey, b. Sept. 25, 1910. 



962 Aver ell, Ave rill, Avery Family 

3708. Francis Eugene' 1 Averill (Damon*, Asa 7 , Noble*, 
Nathan 5 , Daniel*, Isaac., William-, William'), b. June 10, 1853, 
at Pulaski, N. Y., is an electrical and mechanical engineer and 
lives at Buffalo, N. Y. He m. (1) June 10, 1875, at Pulaski, Kate 
Newell Low (dau. of Dr. Frank Samuel Low of Pulaski and 
Jane Graves, his wife), b. July 19, 1854, at Williamstown, N. Y. 
He m. (2) Helen Fifield of Castlebar, Vt. He m. (3) Mary 
Fifield, widow of W. W. Wood. 

Children : 

4060. i. Helen Elizabeth 1 ", b. May 4, 1876, at New Centerville, 

N. Y.; m. Wm. A. Niver. 

4061. ii. Kate Low'", b. Oct. 15, 1878, at Brooklyn, N. Y.; m. at 

Buffalo, N. Y., Paul Lavere Hawkins. They live at 
Kentwood, La. 

4062. iii. Damon Rwers 1 ", b. Dec. 24, 1881; m. Frances Gorman. 

4063. iv. Mary Frances Jane'", b. Oct. 11, 1884, at Delft, Holland; 

she in. May 27, , at Boston, Mass., Joseph Gorman. 

4064. v. Edwin Low'", b. Nov. 17, 1887, at Pulaski, N. Y., is living 

at Fort Russell, Wyo. 

4065. vi. Felix Eugene 1 ", b. July 21, 1894, at Syracuse, N. Y. 

3709. Stella Rivers 9 Averill (Damon 8 , Asa 7 , Noble*, Na- 
than 5 , Daniel 4 , Isaac", William', William 1 ), b. Mar. 17, 1865, at 
Newburgh (now part of Cleveland), O., has lived at Indian 
Orchard and Springfield, Mass. She was m. Dec. 26, 1889, in 
St. James' Church, Pulaski, N. Y., to William Rattoone Molther 
(son of John Rattoone Molther of Oswego, N. Y., and Harriet 
A. Niles, his wife), b. Dec. 12, 1862, at Pulaski. 

Child : 

i. Francis Rattoone'" Molther, b. Oct. 15, 1893, at Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. 

3711. George Edward 1 ' Averill (Norman 8 , Mills 7 , Noble 6 , 
Nathan 5 , Daniel', Isaac, William-, William 1 ), b. Oct. 22, 1864, 
at Fail field, la., is a traveling salesman. He m. Apr. 26, 1896, 
at Los Angeles, Cal., where they reside, Mary Williams (dau. of 
Daniel A. Williams of San Francisco, Cal., and Anna Dorothea 
Wenzel, his wife), b. Nov. 6, 1874, at San Francisco. 

Child : 
KHW). i. Norman Williams 1 ", b. Feb. 22, 1899, at ?jOs Angeles. 



The Ninth Generation 963 

3715. Susan Elizabeth' Averill (James*, Henry 7 , Nathan 3 , 
Nathan 5 , Daniel*. Isaac 2 , William-, William 1 ), b. June 26, 1847, 
at Plattsburg, N. Y. ; lived at Plattsburg and Champlain, N. Y., 
residing for the last year of her life at the former town. She 
m. Sept. 5, 1866, at Champlain, N. Y., the Hon, Sylvester 
Alonzo Kellogg (son of Lorenzo Kellogg, of Champlain and 
Roxana Burdick, his wife), b. May 15, 1838, at Champlain; in 
1864 he was Senator in Nevada (then part of Utah) ; in 1876 
district attorney, Clinton Co., N. Y. ; from 1882-91 County 
Judge; in 1891 he was elected Judge of the Supreme Court of 
New York (afterwards being appointed to the appellate division 
of the Supreme Court, 4th district), and he served in that 
capacity until his death which occurred Mar. 12, 1904, at Platts- 
burg. Mrs. Kellogg d. Aug. 12, 1899, at Cro'nest (Kellogg's 
island), Vt., and was buried in Champlain. 

Children (all b. at Champlain) : 

i. Ralph Averill'" Kellogg, b. Sept. 4, 1867; grad. from 
Harvard, 1888; m. Aug. 25, 1896, at Buffalo, N. Y., 
Eleanor Chester; he is a successful lawyer in that city. 

ii. Henry Theodore"' Kellogg, b. Aug. 29, 1869; grad. from 
Harvard, 1889; succeeded his father as Judge of the 
Supreme Court, 1904, 4th dist. N. Y., and holds that 
position at present. He m. Mar. 5, 1903, at Plattsburg, 
Katherine Weed; they live at Valcour, N. Y. They have 
no children. 

iii. George Casper" 1 Kellogg, b. Sept. 21, 1871; m. Grace Ver- 
non Olyphant. 

iv. Augusta'" Kellogg, b. Feb. 17, 1876; m. William Bowditch 
Rogers. 

George Casper 1 " Kellogg (Susan 3 Averill, James*, Henry 7 , 
Nathan 6 , Nathan 5 , Daniel*, Isaac', William 2 , William.'), b. Sept. 
21, 1871, at Champlain, N. Y. ; graduated at Harvard, 1894; 
m. Nov. 10, 1898, in New York City, Grace Vernon Olyphant. 
He is a partner in the Dock and Coal Co. and one of its founders. 
They live at Plattsburg, N. Y. 

Children : 

i. Robert Olyphant" Kellogg. 
ii. George Averill" Kellogg. 
iii. Ralph Mackenzie" Kellogg. 



964 Aver ell, Averill, Avery Family 

Augusta 1 " Kellogg (Susan'-' Averill, James* , Henry 7 , Nathan 6 , 
Nathan 5 , Daniel*, Isaac", William-, William 1 ), b. Feb. 17, 1876, at 
Champlain, N. Y. ; m. July 1, 1896, at "Cro'nest", Kellogg's 
island, Vt., William Bowditch Rogers. They are living at Ded- 
ham, Mass. 

Children : 

i. William Bowditch 11 Rogers, Jr. 
ii. Susan Elizabeth 11 Rogers. 
iii. Mary Bowditch 11 Rogers. 

3716. Jennette Evans !l Averill (James*, Henry 1 , Nathan 6 , 
Nathan 5 , Daniel 4 , Isaac'. William-, William 1 ), b. Sept. 22, 1849, 
at Plattsburg, N. Y., has lived at Plattsburg and Champlain, 
N. Y. 

She m. Sept. 7, 1874, at Champlain, Royal Corbin (son of 
Josiah Corbin and Margaret Saunders, his wife), b. Dec. 19, 
1835, at Champlain. He is an attorney-at-law at Champlain. 

Child : 

i. John 1 " Corbin, b. Sept. 11, 1876, at Plattsburg. 

3718. Mary Berry" Averill (James*, Henry 7 , Nathan 6 , Na- 
than\ Daniel*, Isaac", William-, William 1 ), b. Mar. 21, 1854, at 
Champlain, N. Y. She m. Apr. 29, 1875, at Champlain, Henry 
Hoyle (son of Timothy Hoyle of Champlain), b. June 5, 1846, 
at Champlain. He has been one of New York's very successful 
farmers and was for a time U. S. Consul to Canada. 

They have lived at Lacolle, Can., near the village of Cham- 
plain, N. Y. 
Children : 

i. Mary Jennette" 1 Hoyle, b. Oct. 12, 1876, at Champlain; d. 

there, Oct. 19, 1876. 
ii. Henry 1 " Hoyle, b. Aug. 27, 1878, at Champlain. 
iii. Susan Averill 1 " Hoyle, b. Mar. 24, 1884, at Lacolle; d. 
there, Mar. 23, 1885. 

3720. Frank Lloyd 1 ' Averill (Henry 8 , Henri/, Nathan 6 , Na- 
than 5 , Daniel 4 , Isaac", William-, William'), b. Nov. 15, 1861, at 
Decorah, la., has followed his father's profession and is a civil 
engineer. He is a draughtsman in the employ of the United 
Stales Government at Washington, D. C. He has lived at Dec- 



The Ninth Generation 965 

orah, la., and Plattsburg, N. Y., and now resides at Washington. 
He is a charter member of the Sons of the American Revolution 
of Washington, D. C, through his great-great-grandfather, 
Zephaniah Piatt,* Jr., a founder of Plattsburg, and who was 
Colonel of the Associated Exempts, and a member of the Gov- 
ernor's council of safety. He m. (1) Dec. 3, 1891, at Washing- 
ton, Edith Mary Parsons (dau. of Merry Parsons of East 
Hampton, N. Y., and Ann Matilda Barnes, his wife), who d. 
Aug. 23, 1895, at E. Hampton. 

He m. (2) Oct. 29, 1896, at Washington, Juliet Adele Henry 
(dau. of Franklin Henry and Grace (?) Mcllwee, his wife). 

Child (by second wife) : 
4067. i. Beatrice 1 ", b. Nov. 4, 1897, at Washington; d. y. 

MEMORANDUM. 

* Zephaniah Piatt, Jr., was a mem. of the N. Y. Provincial Congress, 
and Colonel of the New York Militia. 

3721. Maria Elizabeth ' Averill (Henry 8 , Henry 7 , Nathan", 
Nathan 5 , Daniel', Isaac", William', William 1 ), b. May 17, 1865, 
at Plattsburg, N. Y., is a music teacher and has lived at Platts- 
burg and E. Hampton, Suffolk Co., N. Y. She m. Oct. 8, 1887, at 
Plattsburg, Charles Sherrill Dayton (son of Charles Robert 
Dayton of E. Hampton and Sarah Sherrill, his wife), b. Nov. 
29, 1859, at E. Hampton. Their present residence is East 
Hampton. 

Children : 

i. Grace Platt 1 " Dayton, b. Aug. 21, 1888, at E. Hampton. 
She is a musical prodigy and has a lovely character and 
disposition. She lives in the old homestead at E. Hamp- 
ton, 
ii. Edith Averill'" Dayton, b. Aug. 9, 1900. 
iii. Charles Frank 1 " Dayton, b. July 9, 1903. 

3723. Emma'' Averill {George*, Calvin 7 , Nathan , Nathan", 

Daniel* , Isaac", William-, William' 1 ), b. — , ; m. 

Edward Yates. 

Children : 

i. Mary 1 " Yates. 

ii. Carrie 1 " Yates. 

iii. 10 (?) Yates. 



966 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 



3734. Edward Marshall" Averill (John 8 , Caleb 7 , Natha?i ti , 

Nathan 5 , Daniel 4 , Isaac 3 , William-, William 1 ), b. Apr. 1, 1868, 
at Waco, Tex., is a bookkeeper and traffic agent, and has lived 
at Charleston, S. C, Augusta, Ga., Nashville and Knoxville, 
Tenn., St. Louis, Mo., and is at present at Saluda, N. C. He m. 
Feb. 24, 1891, at Summerville, S. C, Annie Ludevine Card 
(dan. of Henry Card of Charleston and Katherine Young, his 
wife), b. Sept. 6, 1864, at Liverpool, England. 
Children : 

4068. i. Margaret'", b. Nov. 11, 1891, at Knoxville. 

4069. ii. Henry 10 , b. Dec. 30, 1893, at Summerville. 

3735. Sarah Sprague" Averill (Joint, Caleb 7 , Nathan'', 
Nathan 5 , Daniel*, Isaac-, William-, William 1 ), b. July 12, 1870, at 
Charleston, S. C, has lived at Beaufort and Summerville, S. C. 
She m. July 23, 1890, at Summerville, David Harllee Graham 
(son of Robert Flager Graham and Harriet Ellen Harllee, his 
wife), b. Apr. 5, 1867, at Marion, S. C. 
Children : 

i. John Averill 1 " Graham, b. July 15, 1894, at Beaufort, 

S. C; lives at Summerville. 
ii. Ellen Harllee 1 " Graham, b. Mar. 8, 1896, at Beaufort; 

lives at Summerville. 
iii. Harriet 1 " Graham, b. June 10, 1898, at Port Royal, S. C. 

3749. Henry Lafayette" Averill (Veraneous 8 , Veraneous 7 , 

Stephen", Nathan 5 , Daniel 4 , Isaac'-, William-, William 1 ), b. Jan. 
20, 1873, in the Township of Eden, Fond du Lac, Wis., is a 
farmer and has lived in the Township of Leslie, Todd Co., and 
at Osakis, Minn. He m. Nov. 17, 1897, at Osakis, Ida M. Burns 
(dau. of George W. Burns of Long Prairie, Minn., and Martha 

f his wife), b. Dec. 18, 1879, at Maiden Rock, Wis. 

They live at Osakis. 

Children (all b. in the Township of Leslie) : 

4070. i. Clara Belle 1 ", b. Mar. 4, 1899. 

4071. ii. Sarah Frances 1 ", b. July 31, 1900. 

4072. iii. Ruth May 1 ", b. Jan. 22, 1902. 
407.''.. iv. Gertrude Agnes 1 ", b. Mar. 17, 1904. 
lo7 t. v. Harry Leroy 1 ", b. Aug. 11, 1905. 



The Ninth Generation 967 



3750. Minnie E. ; ' Averill (Veraneous s , Veraneous 7 , Ste- 
phen'', Nathan 5 , Daniel*, Isaac-, William-, William 1 ), b. Feb. 2, 
1874, in the Township of Eden, Fond du Lac Co., Wis., and lives 
at Mortlack, Eyebrow Hill, Saskatchewan, Can. She m. Dec, 
1895, at Long Prairie, Minn., William Wickwire. 
Children : 

i. Harvey 1 " Wickwire. 

ii. Alfred'" Wickwire. 

iii. James 1 " Wickwire. 

iv. Hattie'" Wickwire. 

v. Paul 1 " Wickwire. 

vi. Mary 1 " Wickwire. 

vii. 1 " (An Infant) Wickwire. 

3751. Veraneous G. Averill (Veraneous 8 , Veraneous 7 , Ste- 
phen", Nathan 5 , Daniel*, Isaac-, William-, William'), b. in the 
Township of Gordon, Todd Co., Minn., lives at Bancroft, S. Dak. 
He m. Jan. 11, 1903, at Desmet, S. Dak., Mattie Clement. 

Children : 

4075. i. Ava A.'". 

4076. ii. Joyce L. 1 ". 

3760. Frederick Lawton ! ' Averill [George 8 , John 7 , David'', 
Daniel 5 , Daniel*, Isaac-, William", William 1 ), b. July 15, 1865, at 
Branford, Conn., is an attorney-at-law. He was m. Dec. 18, 
1889, at New Haven, Conn., to Emma Eloise Button (dau. of 
John Monroe Button of New Haven and Helen Manville, his 
wife), b. Apr. 13, 1870, at New Haven. Mr. Averill was grad- 
uated from Yale Law School, 1895, and was Clerk of Court of 
Common Pleas for New Haven County, 1895 to 1905. He repre- 
sented New Haven in Connecticut House of Representatives, 
session of 1897; was a member of committee on judiciary. He 
served in the Spanish-American War, as Ensign and Assistant 
Paymaster, was commander of the Connecticut Naval Battalion 
from Nov. 10, 1899, until Jan. 16, 1905. He is a member of the 
Military Order of Foreign Wars, Naval Order of the United 
States, Naval and Military Order of the United States; Past 
Department Commander, United Spanish War Veterans. He is 
Vice-President and a general manager of the Indian Neck Land 
Company, which is engaged in the development of sea shore 
property at Branford, Conn. 



968 A v ere 11, Averill, Avery Family 

The family residence for a time was at New Haven, but is 
now at Branforcl, Conn. 
Child: 

4077. i. Helen Pauline 1 ", b. Apr. 1, 1894, at New Haven. Gradu- 

ated from Branford High School, 1912. 

3763. John Russell'' Averill {George*, John' , David*, Daniel 5 , 
Daniel*, Isaac 3 , William-, William 1 ), b. Sept. 18, 1876, at Bran- 
ford, Conn.; m. May 20, 1898, at Bridgeport, Conn., Daisy E. 
Stannard (dau. of Charles Edward Stannard of New York City, 
and Anna S. Marsh, his wife), b. Jan. 25, 1881. Mr. Averill is a 
newspaper advertising agent, and lives at 106 Farmington Ave., 
Waterbury, Conn. 

Children (all but last b. at New Haven, Conn.) : 

4077a. i. Russell John 1 ", b. May 3, 1899. 

4077b. ii. Walter George 1 ", b. Mar. 6, 1901. 

4077c. iii. Daisy Anna Elizabeth 1 ", b. Nov. 12, 1903; d. Feb. 12, 
1904. 

4077d. iv. Eleanor Harriett 1 ", b. Mar. 10, 1905, at Brantford, Conn. 

3765. Ernest LeRoy'' 1 Averill (George 8 , John 7 , David*, Dan- 
iel'*, Daniel 4 , Isaac 3 , William-, William'), b. Jan. 22, 1883, at 
Branford, Conn. ; m. Jan. 31, 1906, at New Haven, Conn., Lulu 
Evelyn Johnston (dau. of William Henry Johnston and Mar- 
guerite Evelyn O'Brien, his wife), b. Jan. 17, 1883, at New 
Haven. Mr. Averill is an Attorney at Law, and lives at 511 
Centre St., Wallingford, Conn. 

Children : 

4077e. i. Esther Marguerite 1 ", b. Sept. 25, 1906, at New Haven, 

Conn. 
4077f. ii. Eunice Almira 1 ", b. Dec. 4, 1908, at Walling-ford, Conn. 
4077.2,'. iii. William Prentice 1 ", b. July 23, 1910, at Wallingford, Conn. 

3774. Albert Marshall' Averill (Alonzo*, David 7 , David*, 
Daniel*, Daniel 4 , Isaac 3 , William-, William'), b. Apr. 4, 1883, at 
Branford, Conn., lives at New Haven, Conn. He m. there, Aug., 
1907, Mary O'Neill. 

Child : 

4078. i. Albert 1 " (Neil?), b. Oct. 29, 1908. 



The Ninth Generation 969 

3775. Eliza Foote Averill (Alonzo 8 , Da rid 7 , David 6 , Dan- 
iel 5 , Daniel*, Isaac 3 , William-, William'), b. Jan. 2, 1885, at 
Branford, Conn. ; m. June 29, 1908, at New Haven, Conn., 
Ernest L. Sylvada. They live at East Haven. 
Children: 

i. Anna Lillian 1 " Sylvada, b. Apr. 10, 1909. 
ii. Frank Lynwood'" Sylvada, b. Feb. 2, 1912. 

3784. Earl Amos" Averill (Edgar 8 , Ephraim 7 , Henry 6 , Na- 
thaniel", Daniel*, Isaac 3 , William', William'), b. Aug. 13, 1878, 
at Richland, N. Y. ; m. Nov. 1, 1905, at Adams, N. Y., Bertha B. 
Waite (dau. of Willis A. Waite of Adams and Ruth M. Allen, 
his wife), b. Mar. 21, 1878, at Adams. Mr. Averill is editor of 
The American Engineer, in New York City. They reside at 
Mount Vernon, N. Y. 

Child: 

4079. i. Edgar Waite 1 ", b. Sspt. 2, 1906. 

3806. Cyrus Edward 9 Averill (Henry 8 , Stephen 7 , Daniel*, 
Joseph", Samuel 4 , Job 3 , Thomas'-, William 1 ), b. Aug. 23, 1860, at 
Cutler, Me., is a real estate dealer and lives at Garfield, Wash. 
He m. Nov. 24, 1883, at Cooper, Me., Almena H. Elsemore (dau. 
of George E. Elsemore and Clara A. Woodman, his wife), b. 
1866, at Calais, Me. They have lived at Lompoc and Pasadena, 
Cal., and at Elberton, Wash. 
Children : 

4080. i. Nellie Kelsey 1 ", b. Dec. 12, 1884, at Cooper; d. June 6, 

1899, at Garfield. 

4081. ii. Ralph Harold 1 ", b. May 3, 1886, at Lompoc, is a telegraph 

operator in the U. S. Navy, stationed at San Francisco. 

4082. iii. Harrison Morton 1 ", b. Feb. 9, 1889, at Lompoc, is in the 

U. S. Navy at San Francisco, a seaman. 
Cyrus Edward 1 ", b. Feb. 14, 1897, at Elberton. 
Clara Lucile 1 ", b. 1899, at Garfield. 
Violet Pasadena 1 ", b. July 29, 1900, at Pasadena. 
Kelsey 1 ", b. June 4, 1901, at Garfield. 

3809. Ruth 1 ' Averill (Lewis 8 , Stephen 7 , Daniel 6 , Joseph 5 , 
Samuel*, Job 3 , Thomas 2 , William'), b. Aug. 5, 1868, at North- 
field, Me.; m. Oct. 30, 1892, at Colfax, Wash., David McNabb. 
They live at Colfax. 



408.3. 


IV. 


4084. 


v. 


4085. 


vi. 


4086. 


vii 



970 Aver ell. Aver ill, Avery Family 

Children: 



ii. 
ni. 



3820. Roswell Frank Averill (Frank*, Aaron', Daniel*, Jo- 
seph 5 , Samuel*, Job\ Thomas-, William 1 ), b. Nov. 12, 1871, at 
Crawford, Me., graduate of High School, Calais, Me. ; was at 
Colby College two years, class of 1896, and at Bowdoin College 
Medical School for one year. 

He is a broker at the present time, and has lived at Craw- 
ford and Milltown, Calais, Me., and Providence, R. I. He m. 
(1) Oct. 22, 1893, at Waterville, Me., Georgia W. Lawrence, 
who d. Feb. 28, 1897, at Waterville. He m. (2) Nov. 2, 1899, at 
Boston, Mass., Effie Giveen of Brunswick, Me. (dau. of Charles 
F. Giveen and Etta J. Wheeler, his wife), b. Mar. 12. 1876, at 
Brunswick. They are living at Milltown, Calais. 

Children of Frank and Effie (Giveen) Averill: 

4087. i. Frank G. 1 ", b. 1900, at Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

4088. ii. Virginia E. 1 ", b. 1901, at Milltown. 

3821. Albert Guy Averill (Frank 5 , Aaron 7 , Daniel 6 , Jo- 
seph 5 , Samuel*, Job", Thomas 2 , William 1 ), b. Oct. 11, 1874, at 
Crawford, Me.; m. Dec. 31, 1908, at Oldtown, Me., Louise N. 
Pierce (dau. of Rufus F. Pierce, of Oldtown, and Caroline E. 
Hunt, his wife), b. Sept. 19, 1877, at Oldtown; graduated from 
Wellesley College, class of 1900. Mr. Averill graduted from 
Colby College, with the degree of A. B., class of 1898. He was 
at one time a high school teacher at Calais, Me., but he is now an 
attorney-at-law at Oldtown. 

Child : 

1089. i. Caroline Maria'", b. Aug. 3, 1911, at Oldtown. 

3822. Clara Blanche' Averill (Frank 8 , Aaron 7 , Daniel 6 , 
Joseph 5 , Samuel*, Job-, Thomas 2 , William'), b. July 21, 1877; m. 
James L. Haley of St. Stephen, N. B., where she d. April, 1908. 

Children : 

i. Clara Adelaide 1 " Haley, b. in 1902. 
ii. Ruth 1 " Haley, b. in 1906. 



THE TENTH GENERATION. 

3851. Edward W. 1 " Averell (L. Charles , Lorenzo*, Charles 7 , 
William'', Stephen 5 , William*, William' 1 , William-, William 1 ), b. 
Jan. 21, 1882, at Cambria, N. Y. ; was m. June 7, 1906, at Lock- 
port, N. Y., to Laura S. Ward. They live at Lockport. 

Child : 

4200. i. Berenice M.", b. 190-. 

3868. Walter Hollis 1 " Averell (Alexander , Alexander 5 , Jo- 
seph', Shadrach a , Joseph 5 , Joseph 4 , William 3 , William-, Will- 
iam 1 ), b. Oct. 3, 1879, at St. Louis, Mo.; m. Marie Josephine 
Wise. 

Children : 

4201. i. Marie Josephine", b. Nov. 27, 1904. 

4202. ii. Harriet Blanche", b. July 3, 1906. 

3912. Leo King 1 " Averill (Ira?, Benjamin 8 , Ira 7 , Asa 6 , Da- 
rid", Ebenezer\ John 3 , William", William'), b. Oct. 27, 1892, at 
Prentiss, Me.; m. Aug. 20, 1910, at Lee, Me., Orraville Richard- 
son. They are living at Bangor, Me. 

Child: 

4203. i. Roger Lee". 

3923. Claud E. 1 " Averill (Foresto", James 8 , Moses 7 , Moses , 
Moses", Ebenezer 4 , John 3 , William-, William 1 ), b. Mar. 1, 1884, 
at Wilton, Me.; m. there, Jan. 16, 1902, Minnie Townsend (dau. 
of Nathan Townsend of North Jay, Me., and Nettie Lake, his 
wife), b. Mar. 18, 1885, at North Jay. Mr. Averill is a road 
commissioner and stone mason and lives at North Jay. 

Children : 

4204. i. Rozena May", b. Feb. 4, 1903, at North Jay. 

4205. ii. Ornsvill T.", b. Aug. 24, 1905, at Wilton. 

4206. iii. Lester N. n , b. Oct. 26, 1907, at North Jay. 

3974. Flora Ethel 10 Averill (John 9 , Weston 8 , David 7 , Dan- 
iel*, John", Paul 4 , Paul", William', William 1 ), b. Jan. 23, 1870, 
at Barre, Vt. ; m. there, July 3, 1902, Leslie W. Lawrence. They 
live at Barre. 

Child: 

i. Avis Mae 11 Lawrence, b. Aug-. 8, 1903, at Barre. 



972 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

3975. Merry Christmas 1 " Averill (John 9 , Weston 8 , David 7 , 
Daniel 6 , John 5 , Paul 4 , Paul-, William 2 , William'), b. Dec. 25, 
1872, at Barre, Vt. ; m. there, Jan. 11, 1894, G. H. Townsend 

(son of Abner Pettiah Townsend of Burlington, Vt.), b. Dec. 

30, , at Springfield, Mass. They are living at Hardwick, 

Vt. 

Children : 

i. Lucile M. 11 Townsend, b. Jan. 1, 1895, at Lyndonville, Vt. 

ii. Howard Averill" Townsend, b. Oct. 18, 1896, at Barre. 

3976. Bessie Emma 1 " Averill (John 9 , Weston*, David 7 . Dan- 
iel 6 , John', Paul', Paul", William-, William 1 ), b. Oct. 25, 1874, at 
Bane. Vt. ; m. there, Mar. 19, 1894, Ira C. Lawrence (son of 
Warren L. Lawrence of Barre and Sarah Cummings, his wife), 
b. Aug. 20, 1871, at Montpelier, Vt. They are living at Barre. 

Children (all b. at Barre) : 

i. Sarah Esther" Lawrence, b. Oct. 26, 1895. 
ii. Irene Hazel" Lawrence, b. Apr. 17, 1903. 
iii. Dorothy Adela" Lawrence, b. Aug;. 5, 1908. 
iv. Leona Merle" Lawrence, b. Jan. 28, 1911. 

3980. May Mercy 10 Averill (James", Weston*, David 7 , Dan- 
id", Johir, Paul 4 , Paul-, William-, William 1 ), b. Mar. 28, 1868, 
at Forest, Mich., has lived at Forest and Otisville, Mich. She 
m. Nov. 20, 1881, at Mt. Morris, Mich., Charles Barden (son of 
Augustus Barden of Thetford, Mich., and Hannah Cimmerer, 
his wife), b. Aug. 15, 1867, in Niagara Co., N. Y. 

Children (all b. at Forest) : 

i. Freddie Charles" Barden, b. June 2, 1886. 
ii. Jessie May" Barden, b. June 2, 1888. 
iii. Atta Bell" Barden, b. Oct. 13, 1890. 
iv. Johnny James" Barden, b. Sept. 1, 1893. 

3981. Weston Hanson 1 " Averill (James'', Weston* , David 1 , 
Daniel 6 , John 5 , Paul 4 , Paul 3 , William-, William'), b. Aug. 10, 
1869, at Forest, Mich., is a fanner and lives at Rogersville, Mich. 
He m. Oct. 12, 1890, at Thetford, Mich., Susie Stimson (dau. of 
Ralph Stimson of Rogersville and Eunice Rogers, his wife), b. 
Aug. 15, 1874, at Rogersville. 

Children : 
1207. i. Ethel M.", b. July 27, 1895, at Thetford. 



The Tenth Generation 973 

4208. ii. Gladys", b. Mar. 25, 1897, at Rogersville. 

4209. iii. Mildred", b. Nov. 11, 1902, at Rogersville. 

3982. Nellie James " Averill (James", Weston 8 , David 7 , Dan- 
iel 6 , John 5 , Paul 4 , Paul-, William-, William 1 ), b. Nov. 23, 1870, 
at Forest, Mich., lives at Thetford, Mich. She m. Apr. 27, 1889, 
at Mt. Morris, Mich., William Barden (son of P. A. Barden of 
Thetford and Hannah E. Cimmerer, his wife), b. Sept. 13, 1867, 
at New Fane, N. Y. They and their family live at Thetford. 

Children : 

i. Earl Edgar" Barden, b. Feb. 23, 1890, at Forest, 
ii. Hazel Emma" Barden, b. Oct. 7, 1891, at Forest, 
iii. James Augustus 11 Barden, b. Feb. 18, 1897, at Harrison, 

Mich. 
iv. Donald William" Barden, b. June 26, 1899, at Thetford. 

3983. Bertha Bradford 1 " Averill (James'', Weston*, David 7 , 
Daniel", John 7 ', Paul', Paul 1 , William", William 1 ), b. Dec. 4, 1872, 
at Forest, Mich.; m. Nov. 25, 1890, at Thetford, Mich., Edgar 
Stimson (son of Ralph M. Stimson of Genesee, Mich., and 
Eunice Rogers, his wife), b. Feb. 12, 1874, at Genesee. They 
live at Forest. 

Children : 

i. Ralph James" Stimson, b. July 7, 1891, at Genesee, 

ii. Lois Emma" Stimson, b. Jan. 10, 1893, at Genesee. 

iii. Floy Mirena" Stimson, b. Feb. 12, 1895, at Genesee, 

iv. Dorris Alsena" Stimson, b. Oct. 20, 1896, at Forest, 

v. Averill La Verne" Stimson, b. Oct. 30, 1898, at Forest. 

3993. Harley Luther 1 " Averill (Luther", Hiram 8 , David 7 , 
Daniel", John 7 ', Paul 1 , Paul', William", William 1 ), b. Nov. 9, 1868, 
at Barre, Vt., is still living there. He had an academic education, 
and then entered his father's employ. He m. June 11, 1890, at 
Hopkinton, N. Y., Mattie Anna Harran of Hopkinton, and is 
now a man of position and influence in Barre. He served five 
years in the Vermont National Guard, being a member of the 
Spencer Rifles of Barre — the crack company of the regiment. 

Children : 

4210. i. Stanley", b. , 189-. 

4211. ii. Dorothy 11 , b. , 189-. 



974 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

4000. Florence Nightingale 10 Averill {Louis'*, Himm s , Da- 
rid', Daniel'', John 5 , Paul', Paul', William-, William 1 ), b. June 
19, 1878, at Barre, Vt. ; m. there, Nov. 7, 1900, Nicholas Veale. 
They are living at Barre. 

Children : 



ii. 
iii. 



4008. Ivis Maria 1 " Averill (Charles 9 , Ambrose*, David 7 , Dan- 
iel', John 5 , Paul*, Paul 3 , William', William'), b. July 12, 1883, at 
Barre, Vt. ; m. there, June 20, 1906, Noble S. Love. They are 
living at Barre. 

Child : 

i. Kendall A." Love. 

4016. Frank Wilson 1 " Averill (William'', George*, Frank- 
lin 7 , Jesse", John 7 ', Paul*, Paul', William', William'), b. Sept. 27, 
1878, at Bangor, Me.; m. Sept. 2, 1902, at Wrentham, Mass., 
Bertha Montford Bennett (dau. of E. Payson Bennett of 
Wrentham and Henrietta Nash, his wife), b. Feb. 11. 1880, at 
Wrentham. He is a jeweller and lives at Plainville, Mass. 

Child : 
4212. i. Payson Bennett", b. July 31, 1907, at Plainville. 

4060. Helen Elizabeth 1 " Averill {Francis", Damon*, Asa 7 , 
Noble", Nathan 5 , Daniel*, Isaac'', William', William'), b. May 4, 
1876, at New Centerville, N. Y. ; m. at Syracuse, N. Y., William 
A. Niver. They are living at Schenectady, N. Y. 
Children: 

i. William Averill" Niver. 
ii. Arathusa" Niver. 

4062. Damon Rivers 1 " Averill {Francis'', Damon*, Asa", 
Noble a , Nathan 5 , Daniel', Isaac', William', William'), b. Dec. 24, 
1881, at Brooklyn, N. Y. ; m. at Buffalo, N. Y., Frances Gorman. 
They are living at Buffalo. 

Child: 

1213. i. Evelyn Lois". 



RECORDS OF SERVICE IN COLONIAL WARS. 

Mass. Archives [from heretofore unpublished records]. 

BENJAMIN AVERIL 

Appears on a Billeting Roll*, datedf, of Capt.t Co., Col.t Regt., no. in 

Mustered, — June 1, (s) genealogy. 

Roll made up to June 28, (c) 27 

Number of days, — 27. or 

Am't, — 4s. 6 d. 102? 
Remarks, — *Of men enlisted by Capt. Alexander McNutt for 
the Total Reduction of Canada. 

f Not given. 

(s) Year not given. 

(c) Date of receiving King's provisions. 

Mass. Archives: Muster Rolls, vol. 98, page 147. 

[See similar record of Israel Averil under Capt. Alexander 
McNutt; Gen. No. -56. Also similar record of John Averell, of 
Middleton, Mass., under date of Mar. 6, 1760; Gen. No. 48.] 

BENJ. AVERELL 

Appears on a Muster Roll dated Boston, December 10, 1756, no. in 
of a company in His Majesty's service under the command genealogy. 
of Capt. Alexander Nickels Jr. 27 

Quality, — Centinel. or 

Residence, — not given. 102? 

Entered service April 1, 1756. 

Served until Nov. 10, 1756. 

Length of service, — 32 weeks. 

Remarks, — not given. 

Endorsed, — Scouting Eastward. 

Mass. Archives: Muster Rolls, vol. 95, page 46. 
See Job, 98. 

BENJA AVERILL 

Appears on a Muster Roll dated Boston, Apr. 29, 1761, of a no. in 
company in His Majesty's service under command of Capt. genealogy. 
Francis Peabody. 175 

Quality, — Private. 

Residence, — Sheepscutt (Newcastle, Me.). 

Entered service June 1, 1760. 



976 Aver ell, Ave rill, Avery Family 

Served until Nov. 27, 1760. 

Length of service, — 25 weeks, 5 days. 

Remarks, — 

Mass. Archives: Muster Roll vol. 98, page 396. 
[See record of Enoch Averell, Gen. No. 190.] 

BENJA AVERILL 

Appears on a Muster Roll dated Boston, Apr. 29, 1761, of a no. in 
company in His Majesty's service under the command of genealogy. 
Capt. Francis Peahody. 175 

Quality, — Corporal. 

Residence, — Sheepscntt (Newcastle, Me.) 

Entered service Nov. 28, 1760. 

Served until Apr. 22, 1761. 

Length of service, — 20 weeks, 6 days. 

Remarks, — 

Reported, — 120 miles travel home allowed. 

Mass. Archives: Muster Rolls, vol. 98, page 396. 
(See Enoch Averell) 

DANIEL AVERELL. 

Appears on a Muster Roll dated at Boston, February 26, 1756, no. in 
of a company in His Majesty's service under the command genealogy. 
of Capt. Isaac Smith. 151 

Quality, — Private. or 

Residence, — Ipswich. 46? 

Entered service Sept. 15. 

Served until Dec. 17.* 

Length of service, — 13 weeks, 3 days. 

Remarks, — 

Reported, — Allowed billeting before marching and 15 days 
travel from Albany to Ipswich. 

Endorsed, — Co. in Col. Plaisted's Regt. on Crown Point expe- 
dition. 

* Year not given, prob. 1755. 

DANIEL AVERIEL 

Appears on a Return dated Camp at Lake George, Nov. 22, NO. IN 

1755, of the invalids belonging to Col. Ichabod Plaisted's genealogy. 

Regt. made by John Dolhonde, Surgeon of said Regt., to the 46 

Commissioner at Albany. or 

Reported, — In Capt. Isaac Smith's Co. 151? 

Reported,— Of Topsfield. 

Reported, — Will be fit for duty in a short time. 

Mass. Archives: Muster Rolls, vol. 94, page 22. 



Records in Colonial Wars 977 

DAVID AVERHILL 

Appears on a Muster Roll dated (c), of a company in His Maj- no. in 

esty's service under the command of Capt. Johnson Molton. genealogy. 
Quality,— Private. 107 

Residence, — York. 
Entered service Mar. 14, 1760. 
Served until Nov. 30, 1760. 
Length of service, — 37 weeks, 3 days. 
Remarks. — 
Reported, — 141 days billeting home allowed. 

(c) Date not given. 

Mass. Archives: Muster Rolls, vol. 98, page 363. 

DAVID AVERIL 

Appears on a List sworn to at York, April 9, 1757, of the f Co. no. in 
of Militia in the town of t, commanded by Col. Nath'll genealogy. 
Donnell comprising the Train Band and Alarm List. 107 

Rank, — * 

Belonged to the Train Band (probably). 

Remarks, — t Not given. 

* Not given. 

Mass. Archives: vol. 95, page 373. 

DAVID AVERHILL JR. 

Appears on a Muster Roll dated (c), of a company in His Maj- no. in 

esty's service under the command of Capt. Johnson Molton. genealogy. 
Quality,— Private. 276 

Residence, — York. 
Entered service Mar. 12, 1760. 
Served until Nov. 30, 1760. 
Length of service, — 37 weeks, 5 days. 
Remarks, — Father or Master, David Averhill. 
Reported, — 14 days billeting home allowed. 

(c) Date not given. 

Mass. Archives: Muster Rolls, vol. 98, page 363. 

EMANUEL AVERIL 

Appears on a Muster Roll dated (s), of a company in His Maj- no. in 

esty's service under the command of Lieut. Allason Brown, genealogy. 
Quality, — Centinel. 
Residence, — Sandwich. 
Entered service May 29, * 
Served until Nov. 19, * 



978 A v ere 11, Aver ill, Avery Family 

Length of service, — 25 weeks. 
Remarks, — (s) Date not given. 
* Year not given. 
"Endorsed, — 1725. 

Mass. Archives: Muster Rolls, vol. 91, page 215. 
[See Joseph Averelk] 

ENOCH AVERILL 

Appears in a Muster Roll dated Boston, Apr. 29, 1761, of a com- no. in 

pany in His Majesty's service under the command of Capt. genealogy. 
Francis Peabody. 190 

Quality, — Private. 

Residence, — Topsfield. 

Entered service May 5, 1760. 

Served until Apr. 16, 1761. 

Length of service, — 49 weeks, 4 days. 

Remarks, — Father or Master, Israel Averill. 

Reported, — 30 miles travel home allowed. 

Mass. Archives : Muster Rolls, vol. 98, page 396. 

[Certified Copy.] 
[See record of Benjamin Averill, Gen. No. 175.] 

ISRAEL AVERELL 

Appears on a Muster Roll sworn to Boston, Mar. 14, 1759, of no. in 
Capt. Thos. Dennis' Co., Col. Daniel Appleton's Regt., genealogy. 
which marched in alarm for the relief of Fort William 56 

Henry in August 1757. 

Quality, — Sergeant. 

Impressed, — (blank) 

Returned, — (blank) 

Marched from Topsfield Aug. 16 to Sudbury. Distance trav- 
elled out and home, 75 miles. 

Time in service, — 6 days. 

Remarks, — None. 

Reported, — Belonged to Capt. Bordman's Co. 

Mass. Archives: Muster Rolls, vol. 95, page 511. 
ISRAEL AVERIL 

Appears on a Billeting Roll * dated t of Capt. i Co., Col. f NO. IN 

Mustered May 5, (s) genealogy. 

Roll made up June 28, (c) 56 

Number of days, — 54. 
Amount, — 9s. 

Remarks, — *Of men enlisted by Capt. Alexander McNutt for 
the Total Reduction of Canada. 



Records in Colonial Wars 



979 



t Not given. 

(s) Year not given. 

(c) Date of receiving- King's provisions. 

Mass. Archives: Muster Rolls, vol. 98, page 147. 

[See similar record under Benjamin Averell, Gen. No. 27 or 
102? and of John Averill of Middleton, Mass., Gen. No. 166 or 
229?] 

ISRAEL AVERILL 

Appears on a Muster Roll dated Boston, Apr. 29, 1761, of a NO. in 
company in His Majesty's service under the command of genealogy. 
Capt. Francis Peabody. 56 

Quality, — Corporal. 

Residence, — Topsfield. 

Entered service May 5, 1760. 

Served until Apr. 28, 1761. 

Length of service, — 51 weeks, 2 days. 

Remarks, — Reported 30 miles travel home allowed. 

Mass. Archives: Muster Rolls, vol. 98, page 396. 
[See record of Benjamin, Gen. No. 175; and record of 
Enoch, Gen. No. 190.] 



JAMES AVERELL 

Appears on a Muster Roll of Capt. Joseph Holt's Co., Col. 
Ichabod Plaisted's Regt., mustered according to a return 
dated Camp at Fort Williams Henry, Oct. 11, 1756, by 
Henry Leddell, Muster-Master-General of the Provincial 
Army raised for an expedition against Crown Point. 

Quality, — Private. 

Remarks, — 

Reported, — At Albany, sick. 

Mass. Archives: Muster Rolls, vol. 94, page 500. 



NO. IN 

GENEALOGY. 

125? 



JAMES AVERELL 

Appears on a Description List of Capt. Joseph Holt Jr's Co., 
Col. Ichabod Plaisted's Regt., raised for the intended expe- 
dition against Crown Point under John Winslow, Com- 
mander-in-Chief. 

Age,— 23 

Birthplace, — Arundel. 

Residence, — Arundel. 

Occupation, — (not given) 

Company returned as mustered by John Wendell, Commissary 
of Musters, in a certificate dated Boston, May 7, 1756. 



NO. IN 

GENEALOGY. 

125 



980 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

Remarks, — 
Quality, — Soldier. 

Mass. Archives: Muster Rolls, vol. 94, page 196. 

JAMES AVERELL 

Appears on a Muster Roll sworn to York, August 4, 1755, of no. in 
a Co. in His Majesty's service under the command of Capt. genealogy. 
Thomas Bragdon. 125 

Quality, — Centinel. 

Residence, — (not given) (c) 

Entered service May 24, 1755. 

Served until June 12, 1755. 

Length of service, — 2 weeks, 6 days. 

Remarks : — 

Reported, — (c) (Residence not given.) 

Reported, — Co. raised in 1st York Co. Regt. as a guard for 
conveying public stores to Fort Halifax. 

Mass. Archives: Muster Rolls, vol. 93, page 171. 

JAMES AVERELL 

Appears on a Muster Roll sworn to Boston, January 28, 1757, NO. IN 
of a company in His Majesty's service under the command genealogy. 
of Capt. Joseph Holt. 125 

Quality, — Private. 

Residence, — Arundel. 

Entered service April 22, 1756. 

Served until Oct. 26, 1756. 

Length of service, — 26 weeks, 6 days. 

Remarks, — 

Endorsed, — Col. Plaisted's Regt. on Crown Point expedition. 
Mass. Archives: Muster Rolls, vol. 95, page 82. 

JOB AVERELL 

Appears on a Muster Roll dated Boston, December 10, 1756, of no. in 

a company in His Majesty's service under the command of genealogy. 

Capt. Alexander Nikels Jr. 26? 

Quality,— Centinel. 98? 

Residence, — (c) 
Entered service April 1, 1756. 
Served until Nov. 10, 1756. 
Length of service, — 32 weeks. 
Remarks, — (c) ( Residence not given) . 
Endorsed, — Scouting Eastward. 

Mass. Archives: Muster Rolls, vol. 95, page 46. 

[See Benjamin.] 



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981 



JOHN AVERILL 

Appears on a Muster Roll dated Boston, February 9, 1761, of NO. IN 

a company in His Majesty's service under the command of genealogy. 
Israel Herrick. 166? 

Quality, — Private. 229? 

Residence, — Middleton. 

Entered service Mar. 6, * 

Served until Nov. 4, * 

Length of service, — 34 weeks, 6 days. 

Remarks, — Reported, Sick. 

Reported, 225 miles travel home allowed. 

*Year not given, endorsed 1760. 

Mass. Archives: Muster Rolls, vol. 98, page 277. 

JOHN AVERILL 

Appears on a Return of men enlisted for His Majesty's serv- no. in 

ice for the total reduction of Canada — 1760. genealogy. 

Enlisted by John Robinson Mar. 1. 166 

Age,— 21. or 

Birthplace, — Midelton. 229? 

Residence, — Middelton. 

Certificate dated Salem, Mar. 6, 1760, signed Ich'd Plaisted, 
Commissary of Musters and Justice of the Peace — states 
that he mustered and attested said men Mar. 6, 1760. 

Mass. Archives: Muster Rolls, vol. 97, page 406. 
JOSEPH AVERELL 

Appears on a List dated April 1, 1757, of men in Capt. John no. in 
Fairfield's (Arundel) Co. genealogy. 

Reported, — On Alarm List. 95 

103 
Mass. Archives: Muster Rolls, vol. 95, page 359. 133 

JOSEPH AVERELL 



Appears on a Muster Roll dated Boston, June 13, 1 72U, of a de- 
tachment in his Majesty's Service under the command of 
Sergt. Allason Brown. 

Quality, — Centinel. 

Residence, — 

Entered service Oct.* 

Served until June* 



no. in 

genealogy. 

95? 



982 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

Length of service, — * 
Remarks, — *Roll torn, illegible. 
Endorsed, — From Nov. 1723 to June 1724. 

Mass. Archives: Muster Rolls, vol. 91, page 121. 
[See Emanuel Averil.] 

JOSEPH AVERIL 

Appears on a Muster Roll dated Georgetown, Nov. 14, 1722, of NO. IN 
a Co. in his Majesty's service under the command of Capt. genealogy. 
John Penhallow. 25 

Quality,— Centinel. 34 

Residence, — # 

Entered service Jan. 5. 

Served until Nov. 14, * 

Length of service, — 44 weeks, 6 days. 

Remarks, — # Residence not given. 

Year not given, probably 1722. 
Mass. Archives: Muster Rolls, vol. 91, page 45. 

JOSEPH AVERILL 

Appears on a Muster Roll dated (s), of a company in His Maj- no. in 

esty's service under the command of Lieut. Allason Brown, genealogy. 

Quality, — Corporal. 25 

Residence, — Ipswich. 34 

Entered service May 29, * 103 

Served until Nov. 19, * 133 
Length of service, — 25 weeks. 
Remarks, — (s) Date of Muster Roll not given. 

* Year not given, endorsed 1725. 

Mass. Archives: Muster Rolls, vol. 91, page 215. 

[See Joseph and Emanuel.] 

JOSEPH AVERELL JR. 

Appears on a List dated April 1, 1757, of men in Capt. John NO. in 
Fairfield's {Arundel) Co. genealogy. 

Reported, — As Training Band List. 103 

133? 
Mass. Archives: Muster Roll, vol. 95, page 358. 



Records in Colonial Wars 



983 



SAM'L AVERALL 

Appears on a Muster Roll dated Boston, July 13, 1763, of the no. in 
officers and men in His Majesty's service on board (c), genealogy. 
commanded by Capt. Bradbury Sanders. 108 

Quality, — Mariner. 

Entered service May 11, 1763. 

Served until July 13, 1763. 

Length of service, — 9 weeks, 1 day. 

(c) Undoubtedly sloop "Massachusetts". 
Mass. Archives: Muster Rolls, vol. 99, page 179. 

SAM'L AVERELL 

Appears on a List dated April 1, 1757, of men in Capt. John no. in 
Fairfield's (Arundel) Co. genealogy. 

Reported, — On Training Band List. 24? 

97? 
Mass. Archives: Muster Rolls, vol. 95, page 358. 108? 

SAM'L AVERELL 



Appears on a return dated Kittery, April 9, 1759, of men en- 
listed or impressed for His Majesty's service in Col. Will- 
iam Pepperrell's Regt., to be put under the command of 
His Excellency Jeffry Amherst, Esq., General and Com- 
mander-in-Chief of His Majesty's forces in North America, 
for the invasion of Canada. 

Age,— 21 

Residence, — Arundell. 

When enlisted,— April 6, (1759). 

Remarks, — 



NO. in 

GENEALOGY. 
97 



Mass. Archives: Muster Rolls, vol. 97, page 109. 



SAM'LL AVERIL 



Appears on a List sworn to at York, Apr. 9, 1757, of the * Co. no. in 

of Militia in the town of * , commanded by (Col.) Nath'll genealogy. 

Donnell, comprising the Train Band and Alarm List. 97 

Rank,— # 



* Co. and town not given. 

Mass. Archives: vol. 95, page 373. 



984 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

STEP'N AVERILL 

Appears on a Muster Roll endorsed "from May 5 to Aug. 24, no. in 
1721", of a company in His Majesty's service under the genealogy. 
command of Capt. John Wainwright. 

Quality, — Centinel. 

Residence, — Not given. 

Entered service May 5, (year not given). 

Served until Aug. 24, (year not given). 

Length of service, — 16 weeks. 

Mass. Archives: Muster Rolls, vol. 91, page 26. 
THOMAS AVERALL 

Appears on a Muster Roll dated Boston, Feb. 27, 1756, of a no. in 
company of His Majesty's service under the command of genealogy. 
Capt. Henry Sugalls. 49 

Quality, — Centinel. 

Residence, — Andover. 

Entered service Oct. 3. 

Served until Dec. 27. 

Length of service, — 12 weeks, 2 days. 

Remarks : 

Endorsed: Co. on Crown Point expedition, year not given, 
probably 1755. 

Reported : Allowed subsistence from Albany home. 

Mass. Archives: Muster Rolls, vol. 94, page 108. 
RICH'D EVERELL 

Appears on a Muster Roll sworn to Suffolk, ss., Jan. 5, 1761, NO. IN 

of a company in His Majesty's service under the command genealogy. 
of Capt. Jonathan Eddy. 

Quality, — Private. 

Residence, — Not given. 

Entered service Mar. 26, 1759. 

Served until July 26, 1760. 

Length of service, 69 weeks, 6 days. 

Endorsed, — Co. at Fort Cumberland. 

Mass. Archives: Muster Rolls, vol. 98, page 183. 

See Everett (Richard), Col. Eddy's Co., Nova Scotia, vol. 
98, page 444. page 371. 

Several Everett's are in Col. Eddy's Co. 

This may be an Everet as Everets ai - e at Wrentham 1759, 
at Dedham, Stoughton, etc. 



Records in Colonial Wars 985 



SAM'L EVERET 

Appears on a Muster Roll dated Boston, Feb. 9, 1757, Capt. no. in 

Wm. Peabody. genealogy. 

Quality, — Private. 
Residence, — Marblehead. 
Entered service Apr. 30, 1756. 
Served until Dec. 31, 1756. 
Length of service, — 31 weeks, 1 day. 
Remarks, — 

Endorsed, — On Crown Point expedition. 
Reported, — "Came away without liberty". 

Mass. Archives: Muster Rolls, vol. 95, page 100. 

Also vol. 94, page 506. Samuel Everit. Return Oct. 11, 
1756. Capt. Wm. Peabody's Co. 

Also vol. 94, page 199, Mass Archives, Muster Rolls, 
says, — Sam'l Everitt — Appears on a Descriptive List of Capt. 
Wm. Peabody's Co., Col. Ichabod Plaisted's Regt., Ex. against 
Crown Point, under John Winslow, gives age as 20; birthplace 
England; Residence, Marblehead; Occu., Mariner. 

Boston, May 7, 1756. 



RECORDS OF SERVICE IN THE REVOLUTIONARY 

WAR. 

(It is almost impossible to separate the Averys of the Averill-Averell- Avery 
stock who appear in Colonial and Revolutionary Records, from other 
Averys. Therefore very few appear in these lists. — Ed.) 

REVOLUTIONARY RECORDS— CONNECTICUT LINE. 

Daniel Averill no. in 

2nd Reg-t. ; 1781-1783; Col. Swift; enlisted Jan. 1, 1781 to genealogy. 
Ap. 25, 1781. 

Jacob Averil 5 (Solomon' Thomas 1 ) 225 

Fifer; 7th Co.; Capt. Edward Mott of Preston, Conn.; 
Lieut. Benj. Throop of Norwich, Conn. May 5, en- 
listed, to Oct. 11, disc. 

Jonathan Anrel" {Solomon 4 Thomas') 224 

Fifer; Capt. Edward Mott's Co.; Col. Beebe's, (of 
Litchfield) Regt. raised for protection of New London 
1776. 

(Jonathan, Thomas and Jacob, brothers. Also Ebenezer 

who is not in this list. — Ed.) 
Thaddeus Averill (Thad? "That"? Averitt? Everitt?) 214 

Enlist'd June 26; Dis. - — ; Capt Couch's 

Co.; Capt. Mott of Meriden; 1776? 
Thomas Averil 5 (Solomon 4 Thomas") 223 

Enlisted May 6, Dis. Sept. 21 1776?). Served in 

Northern Dept. under Gen. Schuyler. 

Enlisted Jan. 8, 1778 (Militia); Capt. Grant's Co.; in 

service in Rhode Island. 

Milage roll, Capt. Grant's Co., 7th March 1778; in 

service in Rhode Island; called 

Thomas Averil of Tolland. 
Averill Van Wisner (surname) 

2nd Regt.; 1781-1783; Col. Swift; enlisted Jan. 1, 

1781; Disc. Dec. 31, 1781. 

CONNECTICUT MEN IN THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR. 

Daniel Averill 

pp. 220, 326, 632, 654. 253 



Records in the Revolutionary War 987 

Conn. Men in the Rev. War (cont'd) no. in 

GENEALOGY. 

Ebenezer Averil 226 

Priv. ; Res. ; Com'd Wm. Satterlee of Mass.; 

April 16, 1776. 

Reengaged under Capt. Austin Nov. 1776. 

Ephraim Averill 112 

Priv.; Ashford; Fourth Troop. 

Jacob Averil 225 

Priv.; Res. - — ; Capt. Mott of Preston; May 6, 

1775; Disc. Oct. 11. 

Musician; ; Bacon; En. April 28 to Sept. 1, 

1777; Disc. 31 Dec. 1777. 

James Averill 142 

pp. 452, 587, 627. 

Thomas Averil 223 

Priv.; Res. - — ; Capt. Mott; May 6; Disc. Sept. 

2, 1777. 
Priv.; Res. Tolland; Capt. Grant, East Windsor; Jan. 

8, 1778. 



CONNECTICUT MILITIA REGIMENTS, 1782. 

captain averill's company 

(Pay roll for his "Company for marching in an alarm to Fort 
Griswold on Groton Heights.") 

Captain James Averill Appt. June 6, '82; time served 3 days. 

Lieutenant David Green Appt. June 6, '82; time served 3 days. 

Ensign Reuben Partridge Appt. June 6, '82; time served 3 days. 

captain boardman's company. 

Captain Joseph Boardman Enlisted Sept. 8th; disc. Nov. 17, '76. 

Lieutenant James Averill Enlisted Sept. 8th; disc. Nov. 17, '76. 

Ensign Eleazer Prentice Enlisted Sept. 8th; disc. Oct. 8,. '76. 

Officers and Soldiers in the 3d Militia Company in the town of Preston, 
and Inhabitants of sd Town : 
James Averill, Capt. 



988 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

MAINE PENSION ROLL 

KENNEBEC COUNTY. 

Name Rank. Annual Sums Description Placed on Commenced 
Allowance. Received, of Service. Pension roll, p't of pension 
Moses Averill Private. $96.00 $1523.20 Mass. line Feb. 6, 1819. Apr. 22, 1818 



Age: 74 



LINCOLN COUNTY. 



Ezekiel A verell Private $96.00 $1522.60 Mass. line. Mar. 25,1819. Apr. 25,1818 

Age: 78. 

MASACHUSETTS REVOLUTIONARY RECORDS. 
Soldiers and Sailors. 

Amos A verell, Topsfield: Private, Capt. Stephen Perkin's co., NO. in 

which marched on the alarm of April 19, 1775 ; serv- genealogy. 
ice, 2i days; also, pay roll for service from Sept. 22 156 

to Nov. 16, 1776, 2 mos. 7 days. Roll dated North 
Castle. 

Amos A verell : Private, Capt. John Dodge's co., Col. Jacob 156 

Gerrish's regt. of guards; enlisted Dec. 1, 1777; dis- 
charged April 3, 1778; service 4 mos. 3 days, at 
Charlestown and Cambridge. 

Benjamin Averill : Private, Capt. Nathaniel Wade's co., Col. 
John Baker's (3d Essex Co.) regt.; return of men in 
service April 19, 1775; reported released from service 
and place taken by John Peters. 

Benjamin Averill, Ipswich: Pay roll for 6 months men raised 197 

by the town of Ipswich for service in the Continental 
Army during 1780; marched June 22, 1780; discharged 
Dec. 8, 1780; service 5 mos. 28 days. 

Daniel Averell : Receipt for mileage received of Capt John 
Dodge, dated Springfield, March 16, 1777. 

David Averill, Cape Ann: Capt. John Row's co., Col. Ebenezer 
Bridge's (27th) regt.; receipt for advance pay dated 
Cambridge, June 28, 1775; enlisted May 29, 1775; 
service, 2 mos. 8 days; also, company return (prob- 
ably Oct. 1775). 

David Averill: Private, Capt. John Dodge's co., Col. Picker- 
ing's regt.; marched Dec. 16, 1776; discharged March 
15, 1777; service, 3 mos. 16 days. 

Daniel Averill, Topsfield: Private, Capt. James Mallon's co., 
Essex Co. regt.; enlisted Oct. 8, 1779; discharged Nov. 
10, 1779; service, 1 mo. 5 days, at Castle Island, under 
Maj. Gen. Hancock. 



Records in the Revolutionary War 989 

Mass. Rev. Records (cont'd) 

Ezekiel Averel (alias Everel), Sheepscot: Private, Capt. no. IN 

Thomas Hunt's (4th) co., Col. Henry Jackson's (16th) genealogy. 
regt. ; Continental Army pay accounts for service 184 

from Jan. 1, 1780, to Oct. 11, 1780. 

Ezekiel Averell, Pownalborough : Return of men enlisted into 184 

Continental Army from Col. Ebenezer Thayer, Jr.'s 
(5th Suffolk Co.) regt., dated Braintree, Jan. 20, 
1778; residence, Pownalborough; enlisted for town of 
Braintree; joined Capt. Langdon's co., Col. Henry 
Jackson's regt.; enlistment, 3 yrs. 

Ezekiel Averil, Boston: Private, Capt. Mills's co., Col. Jedu- 184 

than Baldwin's regt. of artificers; Continental Army 
pay accounts for service from Jan. 1, 1777, to Jan. 1, 
1779; enlistment, 3 years; reported discharged. 

Ezekiel Averill : Private, Capt. Daniel Scott's co., Col. Joseph 
North's regt.; service, 2 days, from Sept. 10 to Sept. 
12, 1777, in defending and retaking a mast-ship load- 
ing in Sheepscot River. 

Ezekiel Averill, Sheepscot (also given Milton) : Private, Capt. " 

Thomas Hunt's co., Col. Henry Jackson's (16th) regt.; 
Continental Army pay accounts for service from Oct. 

11, 1777 to Dec. 31, 1779; credited to town of Brain- 
tree; also, return; Capt. Hunt's co., Col. Jackson's 
regt.; residence, Sheepscot; enlisted for town of Broad 
bay; enlistment, 3 years; also, Lieut. Thomas Lamb's 
co., Col. Jackson's regt.; pay roll for March, 1778, 
dated Guelpsh, Pa.; also pay roll for July and Aug., 
1778, dated Providence; also, pay rolls for Sept., 
1778 - April, 1779, dated Pawtuxet; also Capt. Hunt's 
co.; muster roll dated Pawtuxet, May 4, 1779; reported 
on command at Newton; also muster roll dated Provi- 
dence, July 9, 1779; also return dated camp at Provi- 
dence, Dec. 31, 1779. 

Isaac Averell, Topsfield: Private, Capt. Stephen Perkin's co., 208 

which marched on the alarm of April 19, 1775; service, 
2 j days. 

Israel Averell : Private, Capt. Timothy Heald's co., Col. Sam- 194 

uel McCobb's regt.; enlisted July 25, 1779; discharged 
Sept. 25, 1779; service, 2 mos. 1 day, on expedition to 
Penobscot. 

Israel Averill: Private, Capt. Daniel Scott's co., Col. Joseph 194 

North's regt.; service 2 days, from Sept. 10 to Sept. 

12, 1777, in defending and retaking a mast-ship load- 
ing in Sheepscot River. 



990 Aver ell, Averill, Avery Family 



Mass. Rev. Records (cont'd) 

James Averel, Jr. : Capt. Joseph Browning's co., Col. Murray's no. in 

regt.; order for wages for 3 mos. Service in 1780, genealogy. 
dated Palmer, May 25, 1782. 304 

Joseph Averel: Sergeant, Lieut. John Scott's co., 6th Lincoln 178? 

Co. regt.; service, 14 days between Aug. 31 and Nov. 
20, 1779, at Machias. 

Jacob Averell: Private, Capt. John Dodge's co., Col. Jacob 
Gerrish's regt. of guards; enlisted Nov. 12, 1777; dis- 
charged April 3, 1778; service, 4 mos. 22 days, at 
Charlestown and Cambridge; also, muster roll for 
Feb. 1778, dated Winter Hill; reported detached Nov. 
5, 1777, to guard Gen. Burgoyne's army. 

Joseph Averil: Sergeant, Capt. Stephen Smith's co., Col. 
Benjamin Foster's regt.; service, 3 days, between Dec. 
4, 1778, and Jan. 4, 1779; also, list of men in Capt. 
Jabez West's co. who received bounty from Capt. 
Stephen Smith, Muster Master of Lincoln Co., for 
engaging in the expedition against St. Johns (year 
not given) . 

John Averill: Private, Capt. Daniel Scott's co., Col. Joseph 
North's regt.; service, 2 days, from Sept. 10 to Sept. 
12, 1777, in defending and retaking a mast-ship load- 
ing in Sheepscot River. 

Joseph Averill: Private, Capt. Joseph Libby's (9th) co., Col. 178 

Benjamin Foster's (Lincoln Co.) regt.; enlisted June 271? 

23, 1777; discharged July 16, 1777; service, 23 days, 
at Machias and adjacent rivers, when ship "Ambus- 
cade" lay in the harbor. 

Nathaniel Averell, Topsfield: Private, Capt. Stephen Perkin's 148 

co., which marched on the alarm of April 19, 1775; 
service 21 days. 

Paul Averil, Andover: Private, Capt. Nathaniel Lovejoy's co., 230 

commanded by Lieut. John Adams, Col. Samuel John- Ol- 

son's regt., which marched on the alarm of April 19, 82 

1775, to Cambridge; service, 3* days. 

Samuel Averell. 1st Lieutenant, Capt. Daniel Scott's (3d) 177 

co.; 2d Lincoln Co. regt.; list of officers of Mass. 

Militia; commissioned July 23 (also given Aug. 23), 

1776. 
Samuel Averell. 1st Lieutenant, Capt. John Perkins' (4th) 177 

co., 5th Lincoln Co. regt.; list of officers of Mass. mili- 

tiu (year not given). 



Records in the Revolutionary War 991 

Mass. Rev. Records (cont'd) 

Samuel Averell. Lieutenant; certificate signed by said Averell no. in 

and others certifying the service of Capt. Solomon GENEALOGY. 
Walker at the retaking of the mast-ship in Sheepscot 177 

River, dated Pownalborough, Oct. 8, 1777. 

Samuel Averill. 1st Lieutenant, Capt. John Perkin's (5th) 177 

co., Col. Jonathan Buck's (5th Lincoln Co.) regt. ; list 
of officers of Mass. militia; commissioned July 25, 
1776; also, Capt. Daniel Scott's co., Col. Joseph 
North's regt.; Service, 2 days, from Sept. 10 to Sept. 
12, 1777, in defending and retaking a mast-ship load- 
ing in the Sheepscot River. 

William Averell. Capt. Nathaniel Warner's co., Col. Moses 
Little's regt.; order for bounty coat or its equivalent 
in money, dated Prospect Hill, Nov. 25, 1775. 

William H. Averell: Private; list of men returned as serving 
on main guard under Lieut. Col. Loammi Baldwin, 
July 3, 1775. 

William Averill: Private, Capt. Daniel Scott's co., Col. Joseph 180? 

North's regt.; service 2 days, from Sept. 10 to Sept. 
12, 1777, in defending and retaking a mast-ship load- 
ing in Sheepscot River. 

William Averill: Private, Capt. Daniel Scott's co., Col. Joseph 180 

North's regt.; service 2 days, from Sept. 10 to Sept. 
12, 1777, in defending and retaking a mast-ship in 
Sheepscot River. 

NEW HAMPSHIRE REVOLUTIONARY WAR ROLLS. 

Officers in 3d Company. 

Elijah Averill Corporal Jno. McClintock Am't wages, 

824.40. 172 

Daniel Averill Private, New Hampshire Militia, Hillsboro' 171 

Co. 
Placed on roll, Apr. 29, 1833. 

Commenced drawing pension, Mar. 4, 1831, aged 72 
years. 
Inlisted 

March * George Averitt, Drummer. Term, 2 year. 

1778 

Discharged, March 1780. 

* Averill in index. 



992 Averell, Averill, Avery Family 

New Hampshire Revolutionary War Rolls (cont'd) 
(Captain Ephraim Stone's Co.) 

Pay Roll for Captain Ephraim Stone's Company raised by the State of 
New Hampshire for the defence of the Western Frontiers in 1780 and 
put under the Command of Major Benjamin Whitcomb. 

Name: David Averill. no. in 

Balance in a pay Roll made up at 67 for 1, 725£ genealogy. 

Reduced to good money 10£ 16 s. 8 p. 171 

Interest from Jan. 1, 1781, 8 s. 7 p. 

Amount in good money 11£ 5 s. 3 p. 

Paid by Capt. Stone 

Balance in good money 11£ 5 s. 3 p. 

(Col. Loverell's Return. Three Months Men) 

A Return of the Officers and Soldiers raised in the fifth Regiment of 
Militia in the State of N. H. for three months with the time they 
marched, and the Names of the Men. 



Amherst, Marched 24 Sept. 



John Mills, Capt. 



Elijah Averill 172 

Daniel Averill 

NEW YORK IN THE REVOLUTION AS COLONY AND STATE 
by James A. Roberts, Comptroller. 

"The Line — Additional Corps (Green Mountain Boys) 

'(These muster rolls are recorded as "Major Brown's De- 
tachment", and that detachment is mentioned as in "Gen- 
eral Arnold's Regiment" (the only mention of General 
Arnold found in our records). The fact that the Green 
Mountain Boys were at Quebec in 1776; that this detach- 
ment was also at Quebec in 1776; that two of the officers on 
these rolls — Captain and Commissary Elijah Babcock and 
Captain Robert Cochran — are identical in name and 
rank with those on a list handed to the Provincial Con- 
gress of New York by Ethan Allen and Seth Warner on 
July 4, 1775, as officers for the Green Mountain Boys; 
and the further fact that none of the men are recorded in 
any other place or with any other organization; all con- 
firms the belief that the soldiers on its l'olls herewith were 



Records in the Revolutionary War 993 

a part of that historic band. (See V. 178 of H. Stevens' no. in 

papers).)' genealogy. 

Col. Ethan Allen; Col. Seth Warner; Major John 

Brown; Adjutant William Satterlee; Quartermaster 

Jonathan Capron; Quartermaster Samuel McClund; 

Lieut. Elichama Tozer; Lieut. Ebenezer Walbridge; 

Lieut. Seth Wheeler; Enlisted men 

(Among them) 

Ebenezer Averil 

Robert Averill 236 

The Line — Artillery, 2d Regt. Additional Corps. 
Col. Moses Hazen; Surg. Nich. Schuyler; 

The Line — Artillery, 2d. Regt. Additional Corps (cont'd) 
Enlisted men (among them) 
Ebenezer Averil. 

The Line — Third Regt. 

Col. James Clinton; Maj. Rob't Cochran; 
Enlisted men (among them) 
Humphrey Avery 
John P. Everhile 

(Many Averys and Everys are in these N. Y. State rec- 
ords. Probably some belong to our Averell-Averill stock 
but identification with our family is difficult. — Ed.) 

Ebenezer Averil (pp. 61, 63, 82) ; 

Lt. Paul Avarill (p. 133) ; 211 

Robert Averill (p. 61) ; 236 

Samuel Averill (p. 134). 161 

Charlotte Co. Militia. 

Col. (Doctor) John Williams; Maj. Thomas Arm- 
strong; Maj. Alex. Webster; Capt. John Armstrong; 
Capt. Alex. McNitt; Capt. Elishama Tozer; Lieut 
Shaw; Capt, Silas Childs; 
Lieut. Paul Avarill 211 

Cumberland Co. Militia. 

Capt. Joseph Hatch's Co. of Minute Men. 

Maj. Joab Horsingtown; Lieut. Elkanah Day; 

Minute Men — Samuel Averill. 161 

(Also Joseph Phippan, Jacob & John Abby, Elijah Water- 
man, Josiah Pratt. This is for Westminster, Vt., and 
vicinity. — Ed.) 



994 



Averell, Averill, Avery Family 



ARCHIVES OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK. 
The Revolution, Vol. I. Only one vol. published. 

Roster of State Troops. 

—'a Co. 



Joseph Avaril 

Private; Webster's Regt., 

Paul Avaril 

Lieut.; Armstrong's Regt.; Tozer's Co. 

Sergeant; Armstrong's Regt.; Tozer's Co. 
Paul Averil 

Sergeant; Webster's Regt.; Tozer's Co. 
Thomas Avaril 

Private; Webster's Regt.; Thomas' Co. 
Thomas Averil 

Private; Webster's Regt.; Tozer's Co. 



NO. IN 

GENEALOGY. 

241 

211 



212 



Charlotte Co. Militia, Dorset, Me. (Mass.?). 

(This Co. included the N. W. portion of what is now Ver- 
mont) 

Isaac Averil 

Ensign; Seventeenth Regt. Kings District. 
Col. Wm. Bradford Whiting; 1st Co. Capt. Asa Doug- 
las; 1st Lieut. Elijah Bostwick; 2nd Lieut. Wm. 
Hallenbeck; Ens'n Isaac Averil. (p. 273) 

Paul Avaril 

Ensign; vice Fuller; Mar. 4, 1778. (p. 276) 
Alex. Webster, Col; vice Williams (Col. John Will- 
iams*) ; Dan'l Poundridgek 1st Lieut.; Tozer's Co.; 
Ephrain Fuller, 2nd Lieut.; Paul Avaril, Ensign. 

(Col. John Williams' Regt. of Charlotte Co. Militia was 
called out Apr. 22 to 25, 1778. It was in pay under Maj. 
Armstrong's command during 1781.) 



259 



211 



Rhode Island Revolutionary Records. 

"Only one by the name." 

Ebenezer Averill 

R. No. Providence: pension application sworn to April 
4, 1818; sent again Sept. 15; granted. Oct. 16, 1818 
rec'd of R. Cowell my certificate for pension. Pension 
Applicant, Dist. Court June 5 & 6, 1820. Copies 
granted Aug. 2 ; transmitted Aug. 6. 



219 



Records in the Revolutionary War 995 



Rhode Island Rev. Records (cont'd) 

Ebenezer Averill no. in 

Prov. Co. Priv.; R. I. Cont'l line: Pen. roll Sept. 25, genealogy. 
1818: age 68: suspended under Act May 1, 1820. 219 

Ebenezer Averill " 

Prov. R. I. line: R. I. pensioner Act. Mar. 18, 1818. 

Ebenezer Averill. " 

Enlisted by the town of Prov. for State Batt. to serve 
until Mar. 16, 1779. Dated Prov. June 12, 1778. 

Ebenezer Averill " 

Pri. Capt. Joshua Babcock's Co., Col. Topham's regt. 
U. S. ser: rec'd pay for 1 mo. July 16 - Aug. 16, 1778: 
(also from Nov. 16 - Dec. 16, 1778; Feb. 16 - Mar. 16, 
/79; in Lt. Andrew Stanton's Co., Topham's regt. 
U. S. ser.). 

Ebenezer Averil - Averall. " 

Matross, Capt. Joshua Sayle Co., U. S. Art., Elliott's 
regt: Oct. 1, 1779 - Mar. 13, /80: Term 12 mo.; en- 
listed Mar. 31, 1779: command at Prov. 

Ebenezer Averil " 

Mati'oss, Capt. Let. Howes' Co., Elliott's regt. Art.: 
Time enlisted for expires Mar. 30, 1780: "Providence"; 
Return of Non-Comm's'd Officers & Matrosses, New- 
port Mar. 11, 1780. 

Ebenezer Averill " 

Pri. Col. Elliott's regt. raised for 3 yrs. Dec. 25, 1776. 
As per list of balances reported due for committee 
Oct. 1785. 

Ebenezer Averill " 

Pri. Col. John Topham's regt: the rest same as above, 
List of balances reported etc. 
[No Nathaniel Averell or Averill found under any of the 
numerous variations. No other Averells or Averills of 
Rhode Island serving in the Am. Rev. — -Ed.] 

VERMONT CERTIFICATE OF REVOLUTIONARY 
SERVICE. 

Asa Averill. Private. 26 days. Lieut. Moses Johnson's Co. 159 

Col. Wm. Williams Regt. Sept. 25, 1777 to Oct. 17. 

Ensign. 2 days. Capt. Gilson's Co. Maj. E. 
Day. Alarm Oct. 17, 1780. 

Ensign. 5 days. Capt. Benj. Whitney's Co. Col. 
Bradley. Sept. 15, 1782. To Guilford, to assist 
Sheriff. 



996 Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 

Vermont Certificate of Revolutionary Service no. in 

(cont'd) GENEALOGY. 

Private. 6 days. Capt. Benj. Whitney's Co. Col. 
Bradley. Sept. 20, 1782. To assist High Sheriff. 
Ebenezer Averill. Private. Capr. Robert Cochran's Co. Abt. 
Nov. 26, 1775. Ret. 1776. Maj. Brown's detachment. 
Camp Quebec. Vermont entry. 
Isaiah Averill. Corporal. 6 days. Capt. Elijah Galusha's 215 

Co. in Arlington Oct. 1781. 

Corporal. 3 days. Capt. Elijah Galusha's Co. 
Expedition to North. Dec. 1781. 

Jesse Averill. Private. 3 years. 's Co. Col. Seth 245 

Warner's Continental Regt. from Sunderland. From 
Oct. 15, 1776. 

Private. 9 mos. 4 days. Capt. Wm. Hutchins 
Co. Maj. Eben'r Allen's Detachment. Feb. 26, 1780, 
to Nov. 30, 1780. 

Private. About 3 mos. Served as private from 
the beginning of the campaign 1781. Capt. Daniel 
Comstock's Co. 

Corporal. 147 days. Capt. Daniel Comstock's 
Co. Beginning July 1, to Nov. 24, 1781. 

Private. 2 days. Capt. Eli Brownson's Co. Col. 
Ira Allen. May 1782. 

N. B. See record of his brothers, Robert and Joseph and 
Wyman, under same officers. 

John Averill. Capt. Westminster Co. Feb. 26, 1766. Lower 48 

Regt. Cumberland Co. Militia. 

Private. 3-1 mo. Sept. 2, 1778. Capt. Jesse 
Safford's Co. Provincial Troops. 

Private. 1-8 days. Westminster Alarm. Oct. 
17, 1780. Maj. E. Day. 

John Averill jr. Private. 3 days. Capt. Benj. Whitney's 162 

Co. Col. Bradley. Sept. 20, 1782. 

Joseph Averill. Private. 27 days. Capt. Gideon Brownson's 241 

defense of the Frontier of N. H. grants. June 28, 
1776. 

Private. 5 days. Capt. Daniel Comstock's Co. 
Emergency. Mch. 22, 1780. 

Private. 20 days. Fifth Co., Sixth Regt. (Vt.) 
Alarm. Oct. 1780. 

Corporal. 11 days. Capt. Eli Brownson's Co. 
Col. Ira Allen. March to Castleton. Oct. 20, 1781. 



Records in the Revolutionary War 997 

Vermont Certificate of Rev. Service (cont'd) 

Joseph Avery (or Averill (?) Ed.)- Private. 4 days. Capt. NO. IN 

Eli Brownson's Co. Col. Ira Allen's Regt. Dec. 16, genealogy. 

1781. 241 
Corporal. 2 days, Capt. Eli Brownson's Co. Col. 

Ira Allen's Regt. May 1782. 

N. B. His brother Robert was with him under Capt. 
Gideon Brownson, Col. Seth Allen, Capt. Eli Brownson and 
Capt. Daniel Comstock; his brother Jesse was with him 
under Col. Seth Allen, Capt. Eli Brownson and Capt. Dan- 
iel Comstock. Compare records. His brother Wyman was 
with him. 

Josiah Avery (or Averill or Averitt?). Private. 91 days. 243 

Capt. John Warner's Co. Lieut. Col. Herrick's Regt. 
Rangers. Sept. 4, to Dec. 3, 1777. 

Josiah Averill. Private. 6 days. Capt. Matthew Lyon's Co. 243 

Alarm 1780. 

Private. 3 days. Capt. Lemuel Bradley's Co. 
Aug. 6, 1781. 

Private. 1 day. Capt. Eben'r Wallis. April 

1782. As scout. 

Sergt. 3 days. Capt. Elijah Galusha's Co. 
Alarm. May 1782. Arlington. Residence unknown. 
N. B. Both Josiah Averill and Thomas Averill served 
under Capt. Eben'r Wallis April 1782; and Josiah Averill, 
That (?) Averill and Isaiah Averill, corporal, served un- 
der Capt. Elijah Galusha. 

Paul Averill. Private. 6 days. Capt. Jacob Hinds' Co. 211 

Alarm to Castleton. Oct. 1781. 

Robert Averill. Private. Time . ::; Capt. Gideon 236 

Brownson's Co. Col. Seth Warner's Regt. Enlisted 
Jan. 1776. Camp before Quebec — May 9, 1776. 

*N. B. "Gen. Gideon Brownson from Salisbury, Conn., 
was the first permanent settler of Sunderland, Vt., 1766". 
Hist. Gazetteer Vt. Ed. 

Sergt. 5 days. *Capt. Daniel Comstock Co. 
March 22, 1780. 
*N. B. Joseph and Robert Averill of Burlington deeded 
land in 1766 to Daniel Comstock Shelburn Vt. deeds. 
They were called "of Shelburne" at other times. Ed. 

Sergt. 5 days. 1st Co. Sixth Regt. (Vt.) 
Alarm. Oct. 1780. 



998 Aver ell, Ave rill, Avery Family 

Vermont Certificate of Revolutionary Service 

(cont'd) no. in 

GENEALOGY. 

Robert Averill (cont'd). 236 

Sergt. 11 days. Capt. Eli Brownson's Co. Col. 
Ira Allen's Regt. that marched to Castleton Oct. 20, 

1781. 

Robert "Avery" Sergt. 4 days. Capt. Eli Brownson's Co. 
Col. Ira Allen's Regt. Dec. 16, 1781. 

Robert Averill. Sergt. 2 clays. Capt. Eli Brownson's Co. 
May 1782. 

— . 8 days. Assisting a Sheriff. No other 
details. 

(Robert, Joseph, Jesse, Wyman served under Capt. Daniel 
Comstock; all but Wyman under Col. Seth Warner and Eli 
Brownson; and all but Jesse under Gideon Brownson. 
Ed.) 

Samuel Averill. Private. Time unknown. Capt. Elkanah 161 

Day's Co. Maj. Joel Horsington. Aug. 1776. 

Samuel Avery. Private. 25 days. Capt. John Petty's Co. 

Col. Wm. William's Regt. From Aug. 29 

1777. 

*Rev. Pen. Rolls. Doc. 514, p. 75. Residing in Windsor 
Co., Vt. On Pension list under act of Congress passed Mch 
18, 1818. Samuel Avery, private, ann. allowance 96.00. 
Sum rec'd. Dis. of service New Hampshire Continental 
line. Placed on Pen. Roll Dec. 16, 1831. Pen. com. Dec. 
16, 1831. Age 80. (Born 1751?) 

That (?) Averill (Is this Thad. or Thaddeus?). Private. 3 214 

days. Capt. Elijah Galusha's Co. Alarm. May 178 #. 
Arlington. 

Thomas Averill. Private. 2 days. Capt. Michael Gilson's 160 

Co. Maj. Elkanah Day. Alarm. Oct. 17, 1780. 

Private. Capt. John Stark's Co. Col. Samuel 
Fletcher battalion. From the beginning of the cam- 
paign 1781 to 30 June. 

Private. 142 days. Capt. John Stark's Co. From 
July 1, to Nov. 22, 1781. 

Private. 1 day. "On a scout". Capt. Eben'r 
Wallis' Co. April 1782. On a scout. 



Records in the Revolutionary War 999 

LIST OF PENSIONERS UNDER ACT OF MAY 15, 1828. 

Rev. Pension Rolls 1 and 2 Mar. 1835. 

H. 845, 928. 23d Congress Senate Exec. Document No. 514. Vols. 12, 13, 14. 

Providence County, Rhode Island. no. in 

Ebenezer Averill genealogy. 

No. 514, p. 14. Private. Annual allowance, $96.00; 219 

sum received, $184.00. R. I. Continental Line. On 
pension roll Sept. 25, 1818; pen. commenced Apr. 4, 
1818; age 68 (B. 1750? Ed.); suspended under Act 
May 1, 1820. 

Vermont Pension Rolls. No. 514, P. 11. 

Names and rank of Invalid Pensioners residing in the County 
of Windsor, Yt. 

Daniel Averill 

Private. Annual allowance, $30.00; sum paid $66.15. 
Description of Service, New York Militia. Placed on 
pension roll Jan. 9, 1816; pen. com. Jan. 3, 1814. 
Age not given. Law Mar. 3, 1815. 

Daniel Averill 

Private. Annual allowance $48.00; sum received 
$312.00. Description of service, New York Militia; 
Placed on pension roll Jan. 9, 1816; pen. com. Apr. 
24, 1816. Age not given. Law Apr. 24, 1816. 

Daniel Averill. 

Private. Annual allowance $72.00; sum rec'd $1,111- 
.80. Description of service, New York Militia. Placed 
on pension roll Dec. 11, 1820; pen. com. Sept. 25, 1820. 

A Statement showing names, rank, etc., of persons residing 
in Chittenden Co., Vt., inscribed on pension list under Act 
of Congress passed Mar. 18, 1818. Doc. No. 514, p. 38. 

Robert Averill 236 

Private. Annual allowance $96.00; sum rec'd $1,357- 
.06. Description of service, New Hampshire Continen- 
tal Line. Placed on pension roll Dec. 7, 1818; pen. 
com. Apr. 16, 1818. Age 72 (B. 1746? Ed.). 

Names, rank, etc., of persons residing in Windsor County, Vt., 
inscribed on pension list under Act of Congress passed 
Mar. 18, 1818. Doc. No. 514, p. 79. 



1000 Aver ell, Ave rill, Avery Family 

Name, rank, etc., of persons residing in Windsor County, 17., 

etc. (cont'd) N0 _ m 

Wyman Averill genealogy. 

Private and Fife Major. Annual allowance $87; sum 248 

rec'd $261.00. Description of service, Vermont Mili- 
tia. Placed on pension roll Aug. 12, 1833; pen. com- 
menced Mar. 4, 1831. Age 72 (B. 1759? Ed.). 

Nathan Avery 

Doc. No. 514, p. 110. Private. Annual allowance 
$40.00; sum rec'd $120.00 Description of service, Con. 
Militia. Placed on pension roll Nov. 27, 1833; pen. 
commenced Mar. 4, 1831. Age 75 (B. 1756? Ed.). 

Nathaniel Avery 

Doc. No. 514, p. 110. Private. An. allowance $46.00; 
sum rec'd $139.98. Disc, of service, Conn. Militia. 
Placed on pension roll July 11, 1831; pen. commenced 
Mar. 4, 1831. Age 70 (B. 1761? Ed.). 

NEW YORK PENSION ROLL. 
Names of those residing in Albany Co. 

Doc. No. 514, P. 2. 

Ira Averil 

Corporal. Annual allowance $57.60; sum rec'd $1,083- 
.36. Description of service, 9th Regt. U. S. Infantry. 
Placed on pension roll Jan. 22, 1817; pen. commenced 
May 14, 18— (1815?). Acts, Military Establish- 
ment — Transferred Sept. 4, 1827. 

Genesee Co. (was he not later in Herkimer Co.? Ed.), 
N. Y. Doc. No. 514, p. 156. 

Jonathan Averill 224 

Surgeon. Annual allowance $240.00; sum rec'd 
$2,956.20. Description of service, Frigate Providence. 
Placed on pension roll Jan. 22, 1819; pen. commenced 
May 11, 1818. Age 74 (B. 1744?) Or was his age 
65? Ed.) 

Ontario Co., N. Y. Doc. No. 514, p. 196. 
Nathan Avery 

Private. Annual allowance $96.00; sum rec'd $291.^3. 
Description of service, Conn. Line. Pen. commenced 
Apr. 21, 1818. Age 67. Died Mar. 3, 1821. 



Records in the Revolutionary War 1001 

New York Pension Roll (cont'd) 

Oswego Co., N. Y. Doc. 514, p. 210. no. in 

Daniel Avery genealogy. 

Private. Annual allowance $96.00; sum rec'd $181.83. 
Description of service, Conn. Line. Placed on Pen. 
roll Sept. 22, 1819; pen. com. Apr. 3, 1818. Age 66. 

(See certified records of service Vt. for Jesse Averill of 
Wash. Co., N. Y. p. 254 Doc. 514.) 

Greene Co., N. Y. Doc. 514, p. 317. 
William Avery. 

Private. Annual allowance $53.33; sum rec'd $106.66. 
N. Y. (and?) Conn. (?) (Verify this. Ed.). Placed 
on roll July 20, 1833; pen. com. Mar. 4, 1831. Age 70. 

Herkimer Co., N. Y. Doc. 514, p. 317. 
Stephen Avery 

Private. Annual Allowance $27.33; sum rec'd $73.32. 
Description of service, N. Y. Militia. Placed on pen. 
roll Oct, 9, 1833; pen. com'd Oct. 9, 1833. Age 71. 

Monroe Co., N. Y. Doc. No. 514, p. 342. 
Thomas Averill 212 

Private. Annual allowance $63.33; Sum rec'd $189.99. 
Description of service, N. Y. Militia. Placed on pen. 
roll Jan. 21, 1834; pen. com. Mar. 4, 1831. Age 70. 

Montgomery Co., N. Y. Doc. 514, p. 345. 
Nathaniel Averil 254 

Private. Annual allowance $43.33; sum rec'd $108.32. 
Conn. Militia. Placed on pen. roll Oct. 2, 1833; pen. 
com'd Mar. 4, 1831. Age 76. 

For Steuben Co., N. Y., Doc. 514, p. 425. 
Ebenezer Averill 226 

See certified record and copy. 

NEW YORK PENSION ROLL 

Statement, etc., of Invalid Pensioners residing in New York. 

albany county in the state of new york. 

Name. Rank. Annual Sums Placedon Commenced 

Allowance. Received. Service. Pension Roll, p't of Pension. 
Ira Averil Corporal $57.60 $1083.36 9th regt. Jan. 22,1817 May 14, 1815. 

U. S. Inft'y 

Acts Military Establishment. 
Transferred from N. H. Sept. 4, 1827. 



1002 



Aver ell, Ave rill, Avery Family 



New York Pension Roll (cont'd). 

HERKIMER COUNTY 

Name. Rank. Annual Sums Placed on Commenced 

Allowance. Received. Service. Pension Roll, p't of Pension. 
Jonathan Averill Surgeon $240. $2956.20 Frigate Jan. 22, 1819. May 11, 1818 

Providence Age: 74 

Stephen Avery Private $80. $200.00 N. Y. Militia. July 30, 1833. Mar. 4, 1831. 

Age: 73. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

Jesse Averill Private $96. $433.80 Warner's Aug. 7, 1829. July 29,1829. 

regt. 

MONROE COUNTY. 

Thomas Averill Private $96. $177.56 Mass. Contl. July25,1833. Mar.4,1831. 

Age: 72. 

MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 



Nathaniel Averill Private $35.53 



New Jersey May 9, 1833. Mar. 4, 1831. 
Militia. Age: 76. 



STEUBEN COUNTY. 

Ebenezer Averill Private 26.66 66.65 Conn. Contl. Feb. 16, 1833. Mar. 4, 1831. 

Age: 72. 



Maine Pension Roll 

Kennebec Co., Me. Doc. 514, p. 32. 
Moses Averill 

(See certificate and copy.) 

Lincoln Co. 

Ezekiel Averill 

(Copied) 

Samuel Avery (An Averell called Avery. — Ed.) 

(Copied) 1818-1819. Age 78. Annual allowance 
$95.00; sum rec'd $1,518.50. Description of service, 
New Hampshire Line. Placed on roll Sept. 18, 1819; 
com. of pension May 9, 1818. Age 78. 

York Co., Me. (pension) Doc. 514, p. 96. 

New Hampshire Pension Roll, Hillsborough Co. 
Doc. 514, p. 96. 
Daniel Averill 

Private. Annual al. $20.00; sum rec'd $50.00. Desc. 
of Ser., N. H. Militia. Placed on roll Apr. 29, 1833; 
pen. com'd Mai-. 4, 1813. 



NO. IN 
GENEALOGY. 

173 



184 
199 



Records of War of 1812 1003 

WAR OF .1812. no. IN 

(There are undoubtedly many Averell-Averill- Avery records GENEALOGY, 
for this war; but only a very few have been gathered. 
Ed.) 

State of Vermont. Adj. -General's Office. 
David W. Averill 1305 

Private; Capt. Warren Ellis Co. from Barre; Platts- 

burg 1814. 
Jesse Averill 373 

Northfield; Sergeant; Capt. Matthias S. Jones Co.; 

Plattsburg 1814. 
John Averill 376 

Northfield; Private; Capt. Matthias S. Jones Co. of 

Northfield, made up at Burlington; Plattsburg 1814. 
Joseph Averill 574 

Private; Capt. James Taylor's Co., 30th Regt. U. S. 

In. 

Private; Capt. Gideon Spencer's Co., 30th Regt. U. S. 

Inf., Lt. Col. Martin Norton. 
Oliver Averill 371 

Corporal; Capt. David Robinson Co., sent from Will- 

iamstown; Plattsburg 1814. 
Samuel Averill 378 

Private; Capt. James Taylor; Vt. Militia; Col. Wm. 

R. Summer; 1814. 
Truman Averill 570 

Private; Capt. Roswell Hunt; Col. Tyler; 3rd Regt. 

Militia Vt. 

CONNECTICUT MEN IN THE WAR OF 1812. 
(Lib., New London, Conn.) 

None of the name of Averell or Averill in Reg. Army. 
Daniel Averill 628 

Conn. Militia; Res. - — ; Com. Amos Morgan; 

Aug. 9, 1814 - Aug. 24, 1814. 
James J. Averill 1791 

Conn. Militia; Sergt.; Res. New London; Com'd Jo- 
seph Stanton; June 8, 1813 to June 17, 1813. 

Conn. Militia; Sergt.; Res. Groton; Com'd Joseph 

Stanton; July 16, 1813 to July 28, 1813. 

Conn. Militia; Lieut.; Res. ; Com'd John 

Avery; Aug. 9, 1814 to Aug. 24, 1814. 
Nathan Averill 629 

Conn. Militia; Priv.; Res. ; Com'd Amos 

Fowler; Sept. 7, 1814 - Sept, 14, 1814. 



1004 Aver ell, Averill, Avery Family 

Conn. Men in the War of 1812 (cont'd) No. in 

GENEALOGY. 

Samuel Averill 604 

Conn. Militia; Sergt. ; Res. ; Com'd Samuel 

Gilbert; Oct. 24, 1814 - Nov. 17, 1814. 

Stephen Averill 724 

Conn. Militia. Priv.; Res. New London; Com'd David 
Brayton; June 21, 1813 - June 28, 1813. 

CONNECTICUT MEN IN THE MEXICAN WAR 
(Lib., New London, Conn.) 
None of the name of Averell or Averill in Reg. Army. 

CONNECTICUT MEN IN THE REBELLION 
(Lib., New London, Conn.) 
Adelbert Averill 

Landsmen; en. Sept. 1, 1864; disc. Sept. 1, 1865. 

(Enlisted Men in the U. S. Navy) 
Daniel Averill 2nd 

1st Sergt.; 27th Regt. Conn. Volunteer Inf.; Co. B. 

Res. Branford. En. Aug. 21, 1862; Orig. mustered in 

Oct. 3, 1862; Captured May 3, 1863, Chancellorsville, 

Va.; Par. May 14, 1863; mustered out July 27, 1863. 

(p. 831) 
David Averill 

Private; Fifth Regt. Conn. Vol. Cav.; Co. B; Res. 

Branford. En. Oct. 28, 1861; mustered in Nov. 2, 

1861; disc. May 16, 1864. (p. 67) 

James Averill 

Chaplain; 34 Regt. Conn. Vol. Inf. Res. Plymouth 

(near Waterbury?) . En. Oct. 10, 1862; mustered in 

Oct. 10, 1862; died June 11, 1863. (p. 758) 
James J. Averill 

2nd Regt. Conn. Vol. Heavy Art.; Hospital Steward. 

Res. Plymouth. En. Aug. 19, 1862; mustered in Sept. 

11, 1862; disc. July 7, 1865. (p. 177) 
John B. Averill 

Musician. Res. Stonington. En. Sept. 11, 1861; 

mustered in Sept. 21, 1861; trans, to 32d Co. 2 Batt. 

V. R. C. Aug. 21, 1863; Disc. Sept. 21, 1864. (p. 348) 
Perry Averill 2661? 

Capt.; Co. D (23 Reg. Conn. Vol. Inf.?). Res. 

Southbury. En. Oct. 12, 1861; mustered in Feb. 18, 

1862; mustered out (First Lieut, pro. Jan. 1, 1864; 

disc, to date Feb, 24, 1865. (p. 520) 



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line 10, 498 should be 1177 

line 17, insert: 468 after p. 

line 2, insert: 75 after p. 

last line, add: p. 41 

line 19, add: p. 41 

line 18, add: are given on pp. 14, 15, 19 

line 11, substitute grandfather for 

Father 

last line, add: and to Miss Margaret 

Avery Augur who gave her services most 

generously as proof-reader and indexer of 

the entire MS. 

line 38, Daniel should be Dudley 

line 31, Job should be John 

line 39, 427b should be 427a 

line 3, 427b should be 427a. 

line 11, 958 should be 998 

line 8, 1070 should be 1110 

line 24, 1469 should be 1519 

line 8, 259 should be 266 

line 22, 263 should be 270 

line 21, Averill should be Ludden 

line 37, 2028 should be 1028 

line 7, 1038 should be 1035 

line 13, 1251 should be 1278 

, William 1 Averell appears on p. 71 

, Willianr Averell appears on p. 73 



INDEX 

In searching for those who bear the name Averell, Averill or Avery, 
it will often be necessary to look under all three variants before finding the 
persons desired. 

After the names of all descendants of William 1 Averell the genera- 
tion number has been added; in the case of those bearing the Family name 
the genealogical number (in jjarenthesis) also has been given. 

The maiden name of married women is shown in parenthesis. 

It frequently happens that many members of the Family bear the 
same Christian name. To avoid confusion resulting from this fact, it has 
been deemed expedient for identification to give in several instances the name 
of the father and even, in rare cases, that of the grandfather. 



Aban, Mabel s , 733 
Al.lM.ttr. Elias, 471 
Abbe, Abial 6 , 295 
Abigail 6 , 295 

— Amos'', 295 

- David 6 , 295 

- Ebenezer 6 , 295 

- John 6 , 295 

— John, Jr. 6 , 295 

— Mam 1 ', 295 
01ive( a ) 6 , 295 

— 01ive( b ) e , 295 

- Richard, 136 
Abbott, Ann, 708, 709 
Annie (Avery), 672 

Benjamin, 308 
Charles 8 , 769 
Ed. s , 709 

- Henry 8 , 769 
Jai ob, Jr., 308 
('apt. James 7 , 279 
I. Mnan F., 672 
Mil.., 546, 769 
Xehemiah, Jr., 107 
Robert B., 152 

Abby, Abiel (Averell), 1S7 
Ebenezer, 29.3 
Jacob, 993 

tbbe' l John ' 1S3 ' 187 ' 100 ' 295 ' 296 ' 
Abers, Mrs. Zilla, 762, 915 
Adains. Benjamin F., 170 

- Eliza 8 , H77 

- Evie 8 , 07 7 

- Frank J. 8 , 677 

— George E., 808 
John, 211 

- Lieut. John, 990 

— Joseph. 170, 077 

- Lillian", 077 

- William, Jun., 03 
William, Ser., 03 

Addingt.m, Isaac, 103 
Adkins. Elizabeth, 74 
Agg. Man", 34 
Albee, Armenius 8 , 790 

— Arthur D., 564, 7S7 

- Francis T.. 507, 790 

- Orestus 8 , 790 



Albert, Mary A., 85] 

Udfn' ! Elizabeth (Phillips), 75 

aS } *** "- 75 
Allien, John, 75, 664 
Alden, Priscilla (Mellen), 604 
Udous, Hannah E. 8 , 733 

- Hiram, 515, 733 
Aldrich, Margaret Seton. 777 
Alexander, Caroline ( ), 092 

< 'hancey, 42.3. 595 

- Corra G., 955 
Eliza A.. 47S, 692 

- Giles, 002 

Mis- |[. s.. 479, 090 

- .lames, 293 
Philip, 1S4 

- Susannah (Reed), 4.3S 
Uger, William, 579 
Allan. Samuel. 221 

Ul.n. Alexander. 388 

- Amy ( ), 254, 255 

Barnabas, 254, 255 

( .nil. rine P.. 4.30, 632 
Charles \Y.. et al., 629, S40 ; 
F. <'.. 6S3 
Maj. Eben'r, 300. 996 

- Elizabeth, 153, 275. 270 

- Gen. Ethan, 251, 357, 992, r 

- Frances Helen, S53 

- Frederick, S07 

- George M., 518 

- Henry M., 743 

- Herman, 251 

Col. Ira. 241, 251, 353. 357, 
997, 998 

- John, et al., 445 ; 505 ; 03,2 

- Levi, 256, 206 

- Ruth M.. 909 

- Samuel, 797 
Col. Seth, 997 

- Susanna. 632 
\Villiam s , 518 
Zimri, 251 

Allevn, John, 196 
Allin, Ebenezer, 280 

- Eben'r, Jr., 280 

- Elias. 280 



360, 996, 



1008 



Averell, Averill, Avery Family 



Allin. Lucv, 280 

- Mehitable ( Dana), 2S0, 402 
Miss . 2*2, 402 

Mull..', 2i0 

Nathan, 280 

- Phebe, 280 
Alline, Henry, 205, 218 
Allison, Thomas, 773 

Allton, Charles Jerome, 573, 79S 

Daniel. 798 

Elizabeth Chandler 3 , 70S 

Frederick Warren'''. 798 

Helen White", 798 

Altenberg, Lucinda, Sll 
Altimes, John. 105 
Ambler, John, 577 

— L.v.lia. 412. 577 
Ames, Hannah, 567 

John, 15 

— Kittie, 762 

— Thirza, 557 
Amherst, Jeffrey. 983 
Amidon, Elijah, 301 
Anderson, Adelaide, 675, 873 

Alberts 482 

Alice 10 , 939 

— David R., 726 

F., 344 

— G. F., 823, 939 
- George, -7;; 

— Hannah, 59S 

Hannah Sophia (Eldridge), 453, 636 

John Averell 7 , 482 

— Joseph, 738 
Lenord 10 , 939 

Mr. , 552 

— Ravmond 10 , 939 

— Roland 10 , 939 
Andre, Maj.. 372 
Andrews, Adelbert E. 9 , 867 

Amanda 9 , 75;; 

Annie Belle 9 , 866 

Annie Laurie (Avery), 807 

— Carl 9 , S07 

— ( hadburn A. 9 , 872 

— Charles F., 672, 872 

- David, 470 

— Delia I.-. 866 

Karl 11 . 867 

- Edith, 914 

- Edmond, 180 

Edwin Dexter, 006, 866 

- Elisha, 3S4 
Elizabeth, 330, 470 

- Elizabeth (— ), 470 

- Erasmus D., 791 

— Right Hon. Francis, 39 

— Grace 9 , S67 

- Henry Clay 9 , 753 
Jason, 752, 753 

- - John, 866 

- John, called < lorpl. John, 80, 81 
John, Jun., 63 

- John. Nt.. 63 

- John IV. 867 

Joseph, L38 

Judson 9 , 867 

- Julia'-'. 753 

- Juliette 9 , 753 

- Linw I". 867 

- Lulu Evelvn 9 , 867 

- Lyman L. 9 , 872 
Marv, 7'.:; 
Robert, 82 
Sarah, ''7. L38 
Sarah Vim'. 7.33 
Waldo 9 , 867 

Andros, Abel Werill 7 , 110 



Andros, Benjamin, 290, 416 

- James Sanford 7 , 410 

Sally (Averill), 290 

"William Noice 7 , 416 

Angevine, Alice S. s , 520, 737 

George S. s , 520 

■ Harriet E.\ 520 

■ John, 519, 520 

John H. s , 520 

Aniball, John, 97 

Ann. Queen, 133, 144, 156 

Annis, George, S92 

[ Lora, 

- J Sarah, 719. S92 
Appleby, Elias, 453 
Appleton, Dan'l, et al., 129, 394; 191 

Col. Daniel, 213, 97S 

John, 63, 04, 69, 80 

Judge John, 122, 123, 129, 130, 193 

Samuel, 63, 04, 09, S9 

Apthorp, Henry, 354 
Archer, Gabriel", 161 

John Holmes, 722 

Archibald, Jennie S., 952 
Ardron, A. Louisa 10 , 940 

Benjamin J. 10 , 940 

■ Grace E. 10 , 940 

H. Ruth 10 , 940 

Joseph, 827, 940 

Josephine H. 1 ", 940 

Marv E. 10 , 940 

- Ralph A. 10 , 940 

Samuel R. 10 , 940 

Armstrong, Capt. John, 334, 993, 994 

Maj. Thomas, 334, 993, 994 

Arnheiter, Lillian, 935 

Arnold, Gen. Benedict, 992 

Gen. Jacob, 864 

- Jane Elizabeth, 804 
Ashton, Joshua, 513 
Atkins. Mina. 689 

Atkinson. Hannah E., 457, 63S 

Col. John, 857 

Samuel. 638 

- Theodore, 1S2 

Aubrey, Cornelia A., 507, 727 
Augur, Brevet Maj. Gen. Christopher C, S64 
Ellen Adair'-', 866 

Nellie (Avery), 865 

Margaret Avery 9 , S65 

Newell Avery 9 , S66 

Walter Wheaton, 665, 864 

Wheaton 9 , 865 

Aurel, Jonathan. See Averill, Jonathan (224) 
Aurelle. Eugene d', 9 
Gabriel Antoine d', 9 

luS ! ^pt., 347, 987 
Austin, Elizabeth, 350, 503 

Capt. Josiah, 653 

Leonard, 373 

- Sarah Thomas, 405, 653 

Avaril, Joseph. See Averill, Joseph (241) 
Avaril, Thomas. See Averill, Thomas (212) 
Avary, Joshua (721), 394 
Avenel, Gervase, 3S 
— Robert, 3S 

Roger, 38 

Avenell, Joannis, 24 

John, 22 

- Thomas, 24 

Averal, Samuel (710) A.Joseplf), 393, 566, 

7oo. 791, 926 
Averall, Ebenezer. Sec Averill, Ebenezer 

(219) 

- Sam'l. See Averell, Samuel (10S) 

- Thomas. See Averill, Thomas (49) 
Averel, Ezekiel. See Averell, Ezekiel, (184) 



Index 



1009 



Averel, James Jr., See Averell, James (304) 

- Joseph. See Averell, Joseph (178) 
Averell, Aaron 8 (306). 287 

- Abbie s (2065), 633 

Abby Ann 7 (1110), 453, 462, 463 

Abial 5 (158), 1S7, 188, 190, 295 

- Abiel 4 (53). 123 

Abigail 3 (17). 97, 108, 137 

Abigail 4 (43), 121 

Abigail 4 (99) {Job-'), 149 

Abigail 4 (109) (Benjamin 3 ), 152, 153, 

277 

- Abigail 6 (303 ), 287 
Abigail' (1011 ), 449 

- Abigail 7 (1025), 451, 633 

Abigail 7 (1039). 452 

Abigail ( ), 19, 51, 53, 54, G4, 69, 

7(1, 72, 73. 79 

- Abigail Electa 8 (1766), 5S1 

Abijah 4 (77) (Thomas 3 ), 135, 137, 228, 

232. 2::::. 234, 235, 3 11. 344, 480, 
481, 482, 697, 69S, 699 

f Ter f"' ' Abraham, 17, 22 
Avrell, j 

Averell, Abraham 7 (1034), 452 

Adam, 39 

Addison 7 (1080), 160 

- Adeliza 8 (2123). 637 

- Agnes" (2476). 699 

- Albert 7 (1104). 462. 649 
Albert II. " (2047), 628, 839 

Albert James 7 (1070), 459, 6) 2, 645 

- Albertha 8 (2169), 649 

- Albion Francis'-' (3115 I, Ml 
Albra Ellen 1 ' (20S5), 635 
Alexander Morton (3076), 807, 935, 

971 
Alexander Trowbridge 10 (3867), 935 
Alfred Stmie 7 (1109), 162, 163 
Alice 5 (2176), 650 

^'''T, 1 , 1 ' [ Alice ( ), 19, 25 

Averill, j 

Averell, Alice Maria 9 (3368), S41 

Alice Marion 8 (2172), 650 

Alma Chester (Nelson), S40, 944 

- Alvarado \V. S (2045), 628 

Aiux 5 (164), 1S7. 188, 190, 304 

- Ami 7 ( lol li, 449 

- Ann Maria 7 (1096), 462 

- Ann Priscilla 8 (2074), 63 ' 

Ami Waldo s (1711). 572, 796 

Anna 5 (163), 1S4, 187, 188, 190, 303 

- Ann:: 1 ' (364 ), 299, 303, 42::, 432 

- Anna 6 (3S4), 301 

\nna Butler (Foote), 642, 615 
Anna Jcmmette 8 (1706), 57(1 

- Anna Maria 7 (1072). 459, 6 16 

- Anna (Greensleet), 122, 123. 121, I'M 

- Anne, 17 

t Ver ? 1 1 1 1 ' { Anne, 32. 33, 34 
Averill, ) 

Averell, Annes, 35 

- Annie Allen (3026), 797 

- Annie Leland 8 (2161). 64S 

- Annis 7 (827), 421. 591 
Arcliami Maria s I 1S24 ). 588, 810 

Arthur 6 (465) (EzeMel 5 ), 320, 461, 648 

- Arthur Augustus 8 (1828), 590 
Arthur Baxter (3006). 704 

- Arthur Henry 7 (1092), 161 

- Arthur Stinson 7 (1093). 461 

- Arzilla H. 7 (103S). 452 

— Asa 7 (S2S), 421 

Augusta Frances'' (1754), 581, S04 

- Augustus Bertram! 7 (100S), 315, 4 10. 

630 

— Austin F. 8 (2116), 637 

Avery, 411 



■11, Azariah 6 (343 i, 294, I 19, 588 
Baldwin, 26 
Bartholmew, 36 
Bathsheba 7 (7M7), 402 
Bathsheba (Pain), 230 
Beersheba 7 (747), 405 
Benedict, et :■!., 30 : 30 
Benjamin 3 (27) (Thomas'-), loo, 101, 

LOS, 150, I.'. I. 152. 272, 275, 276, 

277. 394, 569, 975, 079, 980 
Benjamin 4 (102) (Benjamin 3 ), 152, 

975, 979, 9S0 
Benjamin 6 (305) (Jarm >. 284, 412, 

113, 580, 581, so:;, 804, 805, 806, 

807, 934, 935 
Benjamin. .It. 7 ( 762 ). 413 
Benjamin'' (1755), 581 
Benjamin Holland 9 (3051 ), 803, 932 
Bennet, et al., 24 ; 30 
Bernice \I. n ( 1200), 071 
Bessie c:742), 012 
Betsey 6 (3S3), 301 
Betsev 6 (542), 347, 4S8 
Betsev 7 (772), 414 
Betsev 7 (968), 442 
Betsev 7 ( 1043), 15:: 
Betsey 7 (1062), 116. 154 
Betsev Bordman 7 (81S), 120 
Betsev (Turner). Ion 
Bradford Young 7 ( 1073 i. 459 
Caleb N. 9 (3743), 913 
Caroline 8 (2058), 630, Ml 
Caroline (Otis), 630 
Caroline Young 7 i 1009 >. 449 
Carr 6 (451). 314, 315. 452, 635 
Carrie Emma (30.58), sol 
Catherine''' (3370), M I 
( atlierine B. s (2122). 637 
Charles 7 (778), 115 
Charles 7 (963), I 12 
Charles 8 I 2067 i, 631 
Charles" (2171 ). 651) 
Charles'' (3069), 806 
Charles Allen" (2077 ). 633, 8 I I 
Charles Edward 9 (3066), 805 
Charles Gardiner 7 (1(187). 461, 64S 
Charles Henrv s (1763), 581 
Charles HenrV 9 (3052), 803 
Charles ll-li 7 I 725), 398, 100, 570, 

794, 932, o;i 
Charles I. 8 (2048), 6 !8 
Charles Irving (3365 i S40 
Charles Justin 1 ' (3116). SI 1 
Charles Lafavette 8 (2073), 632 
< harles Lewis". 412 (adopted) 
Charles M.' J I . ). 57" 
Charles Vincent 8 (217S), 650 
Charles Wilson" (2150), 648 
Charlotte 6 (471 ). 320 
Chester Dewey (3040), S01 
Deacon Christopher 7 (1061), 454. 637, 

843, M I 
Clara L.. 5 i 1 
Clara M." (2062), 631 
Clarence Hilton 8 (216S), 6 19 
Clarence William'' (3067), 806 
Clarissa 7 (1045), 153 
Clementine Eleanor 7 ( 1004), (47. 149, 

628 
Cordelia 7 (107S), 460 
Cvrus 5 (217), 231, 2:12 
( 'yrus Uistin 5 ( 1S34 i. 592, S10, si i 
( 'vrus Brown 7 I 1055 ). 153, 636 
Daniel, "ss 

Daniel 4 (46) (SathanicP), 121, 976 
Daniel" (151) (Jacob 4 , XathanieP), 173, 

179, 294, 420, 501. 810, 976 
Daniel 6 (349), 294, 420 



L010 



Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 



Averell 



170, 470, 688 
123, 194, 306, 
436, 437, 438, 
606, 607, 
613, 014, 
520, S27, 



608, 
615, 

S2x, 



345, 
700, 
1002 
315, 



I Daniel (483), 328 

/ David 
Daniel 7 (823), 120 
Daniel 5 (2166), 649 
Daniel Chase* (2147), 047, 840 
Daniel Gent ( 166), 320, 401, 649 

- Daniel Gent 7 ( 1100), 402 

I aniel J. 7 (1048), 453, 403 
Averell, I David 5 (191), 211, 221, 222, 314, 
\ver\. I 316, 32s, 468 
Averell, David Otis s (2000), 031 

- Deidamia Pulsifer s (1760), 581 

- Dollv 7 (802), 11!) 
Dorithie, 17 

- Duncan Dunbar 7 ( 1089), 401 

- Eadeth ( Hutcliin-i), 1 19, 150 
1-:1m rr (70S), 414 

- Kl.cii i.nr i 21 15), 047 
Ebi n Wilde 7 ( 1275). 482 

l.i.. m zer 3 i 14) ( William-), 89, 90, 91, 
92, 95, 96, 07, 121, 130, 131, 225, 
227, 332, 333, 474, 

- Ebenezer 4 ( 52 ) (John 3 ), 

307, 308, 309, 311, 

430, 440, 4-11, 605, 

609, 610, oil, 612, 

616, r,l7. 61S, 825, 

829, 940, 941, 971 
Ebenezer 5 (216), 231, 340 
Ebenezer 5 (220) (Solomon*), 23o, 

346, 017, 487, 488, 4S9, 490, 

701, 702, 703, 986, 987, 1001, 

- Ebenezer (419) (William 5 ), 314, 

452, 035 

I Ebenezer 7 

I Eben, Jr. (1036), 452, 035, S43 

- Edward 7 ( L259), 480 
Edward 8 (2508), 703 

- Edward Everett 9 (3057), 804 

- Edward Robert 11 (3065), S05 
Edward W. 10 (3851), 932, 971 
Edwin Smith 7 (1075), 459, 040, S4G 
Edwin Sumner 8 (2149), 647, S46 
Effie L.' J (3304), 810 

- Elbridge 8 (2003), 631, 841 
Eleanor 7 (1044), 153 

- Elijah'' (594 ). 226, 332 

- Elijah Mavhew 6 (452), 

J 53. 636 

- Elijah X. 7 ( 1051 ). 453 

- Eliza 7 (734 ), 401, 573 
Eliza 7 (738), 402 

- Eliza 7 (810), 419 

- Eliza 8 (1983), 020 
Eliza Melissa s (1753), 581 
Eliza Thompson 7 (1278), 482, 697 
Elizabeth, et al., 14 ; 35, 37 ; 37 

- Elizabeth 4 (33) (William 3 ), 119, 154 
Elizabeth 4 (100) (Job 3 ), 1 19 
Elizabeth 6 (45S), 310, 458 

- Elizabeth' 1 (493), 330 
Elizabeth 7 (985), 4 11. 024 

- Elizabeth 7 (1068), 459 
- Elizabeth 7 , I (1196), 332, 475 

Betsev, \ 
Elizabeth 7 (1292), 489 
Elizabeth ]5uell ] " (3855), 933 

- Elizabeth (Chandler), 573 
Elizabeth (Hilton). 328 

Elizabeth Kennedy 7 (1101), 462, 649 

Elizabeth M. ( Mayo), 645 
■ Ellen, 17 

Ellen I ). 15 

Ellen 8 (2064), 631 

! lien Maria 8 I 1761 ), 581 

Kllicott 7 (1258), 180 

Elmira 8 ( 197!)). 619 

Ian. line 7 ( L063 >. 157 



174, 
313, 



II 1. 



115, 



ell, Emerette Louisa s (1767), 581, 807 
Emery F. s (2118), 315, 321, 454, 637 

- Emery J. 5 (2117), 637 

Emily Clementina 7 (1295), 491, 700 

Emmanuel, 165 

Enoch 5 (190) (Israel 4 ), 1, 211, 218, 
221, 222, 314, 323, 324, 325, 326, 
327, 328, 331, 464, 465, 468, 469, 
650, 651, 652, 653, 654, 655, 656, 
057, 058, 666, 670, 671, 672, 673, 
847, 848, 849, 850, 851, 852, 853, 
854, boo, 856, 857, 859, 860, 861, 
862, 863, 804, 866, S67, 868, 871, 
872, 873, 944, 945, 946, 947, 948, 
951, 970, 978, 97!) 

Enoch Faulkner 7 (821), 420, 590, 591 

- Ephraim 5 (112) (William*), 160, 9S7 
Ephraim (300), 287 

Ephraim (301), 2s7 
Eric s (1794), 570 
Ernest Lincoln 15 (2100), 04S 
Ernest W. 9 (3303), S40 
Eugene 8 (1831), 591 
Eunice 5 (120), 104, 190 
Eunice 5 (193), 211, 222 
Eunice 7 (825), 420 
Eunice Sawver 7 (1058), 453 
Eva M;u :l (3062), S04 
Eveline M. 7 (1084), 400 
Experience 6 (363), 185, 299, 422 
Ezekiel 3 (18), 90. 97 
Ezekiel 5 (1S4) (Job 4 ), 209, 210, 319, 
161, 162, 403. 648, 049, 650, 988, 
089, 1002 
Deacon Ezekiel (453) (John 5 ), 313, 
315, 316, 446, 454, 636, 637, 843, 
St 4 
Ezekiel 8 (2124), 637 
Fanny (3039), 801 
Fidelia 8 (2142), 646 
Flora Etta" (306S), S06 
Florence 8 (2093), 636 
Frances 8 (2477), 699 
Frances Ann 7 (1005), 449 
Francis, 34 
Francis (443) (Samuel 5 ), 313, 315, 

449, 62S, 630 
Francis 7 (1255), 344. 480 
Francis Onsville 7 (1107), 402, 650 
Frank 7 (1032), 451 
Frank (3737). 912 
Frank Alonzo 9 (3064), S05, 935 
Frank Alonzo 1 " (0S04), 935 
Frank 1i. 8 (2101 ), 636 
Frank C. 1 ", (3S50). 932 
frank Lincoln 8 (20S0), 035 
Frank Wilbur 8 (2060), 631, S41 
Fred Arthur 8 (3060), S04 
Fred Gilbert 10 (3S57), 934 
Hon. Frederick (295), 281, 2S2, 401, 
570. 571, 572, 573, 794, 795, 796, 
797. 79s 
Frederick 7 (733), 401, 573, 798 
Frederick Austin 9 (3117), Sll 
Frederick Sprague 9 (3739). 912 
i Geoffrey, 

I Jeffery, 15, 17, 52 
George et al., 17 ; 24 
George 7 (759), 412 
George 7 (1059), 454, 636 
George Heverlev 7 (1007), 449 
George E. 7 (750), 405 
George W. 8 (2128), 63S 
George W. 9 (3053), 803 
George Washington 7 (1105), 462, 049 
(Jennie Washington 8 (1749), 581, 803 
George William 8 (2150), 647 
Gertrude 8 (2087), 035 



Index 



1011 



erell, Gertrude Blanche 9 (30C3), 804 

- Gertrude Eliza 8 (3366), 840, 044 

- Gillian, 37 

- Goldie 9 (3071), S06 

- Grace 8 (2163), 649 

- Greenleaf G. 7 (1056), 453 

- Guy 6 (401), 315, 319, 450, 459, 040, 

840 
Guy, Jr. 7 (1076) (.Guy ), 459, 646, 846 

- Hammond 5 (-273) (.lanes'*), 152, 275 

- Hannah- 1 (66), 13] 

- Hannah 5 (1S5). 210, 320 

ery 1 '} Hannah (316), 2SS, 414 

erell, Hannah (382), 301 

- Hannah 6 (455), 316, 457. 158 

- Hannah (544). 347, 189 

- Hannah' i 769), 414 

- Hannah 7 (1020). 451 

- Hannah (Jackson), 65, 81, SO, 88, S9, 

90, 92, 95, 96, 108, 118, 122, 125 
Hannah Jane 8 (1823), 588, 810 

- Hannah Maria 7 (1112), 463 

- Hannah (Rundlet), 311, 450, 459 

- Harold 9 (3371 ). 842 

- Harold Phillips 9 (3025), 797 

- Harriet 7 (967 ). 142 

- Harriet 7 (1023), 151 

- Harriet Blanche ( 4202 I, 971 

- Harriet Bon. I 7 ( 1095), 462 

- Harriet M. 8 (1981 ), 620 

- Harriet Seyi ir 9 (3034 ). 800, 932 

- Harriet Sophia s (2099), 636 

- Harry 9 (3736), 012 

- Hartley' (1002), 44s 

- Hattie M. 9 (3i)54), S04 

- Helen 7 (1204), 4S1 

- Helen Elizabeth 8 (1720), 573 

- Helen Louisa 7 (1283), 482 

- Helen Mabel 8 (2174), 402, 650 

- Helene Bell s (2510), 703 

- Henry, et al., 16, 18, 23: 29, 30; 30 

- Henrv" (52m, 3 13. :;44, 4S0, 4S1 

- Henrv 7 (904), 442 

- Henrv 7 (1250), 480 

- Henrv 7 (1276), 182 

- Henrv Allen 8 ( 2 151 ). 047 

- Henrv Chandler 5 (1719), 573 

- Henrv Lewi- 1 ' (3406), S46 

- Henrv William 7 (1100), 462 

- Herbert (2094), 636 

- Herbert 9 (3373), 843 
-- Hill 7 (902), 442 

- Hiram" (545) (Ehenezefi), 347, 490, 

700, 701, 702. 703 

- Hiram 7 (807). 419 

- Hiram 7 (2nd) (998) (William 5 ), 447, 

62S, S39, 840 

- Horatio" (540). 34S 

- Horatio( a ) 7 (750). 412 

- Horatio( 1 ') 7 (757). 412. 580, S02 

- Hortense Elenor 8 (2162), 04S 

- Hugh, 23 

- Huldah 5 (187), 211. 222 

- Huldah (Hemenwav), 491, 703 

- Ichabod 4 (75) (Thomas 3 ), 135. 130, 

136, 137, 142, 228, 229, 230, 231, 

232, 233, 235, 333, 337, 340, 357, 

476, 477, 47S, 479, 4S0, 6S9, 690, 

691, 692, 093, 694, 695, 696, 879, 
880, SSI 

- Ida Eleonora 8 (2049), G2S, S40 

- Irene 7 (SOS). 419 

- Lieut. Isaac 5 (20S) (Luke*), 226, 227, 

332, 474, 475, 476, 6S8, 989 

- "Rev." Isaac" (506), 333 

- Isaac 7 (9S4), 444, 623 



Averell, Isaac Cooper" (53d) (Ebenezer 5 ), 343, 
344, 481, 482, 697, 698, 099 
Isaac Henry 7 (1277), 482 
I -aac Mansfield' I 1280), 482, 699 

- Isaac Newt..!, 7 ( 1205), 475, 688, 689 
I-aac Seymour 9 i 3033), Sou, 932 
Isabel, 29 

Isaiah 6 (215), 231. 232, 996, 997 
lintel 4 (56) (Job 3 ), I, 125. 128, 129, 
139, 195, 201), 201, 202, 203, 204, 
205, 208, 210, 211, 212, 213, 214, 
215. 216, 217. 218, 210, 220, 221, 
222, 224, 271, 314, 315, 32 ' 
224, 328, 330, 1 16, 464, 465, 168, 
l To, 050. 051. 052, 653, 05 1. 655, 
656, 057. 658, ooo, 670, 671, 672, 
073, 0,74. 675, 070. 677, 847, 848, 
849, 850, 851, 852, 853, -54. S55, 
856, 857, 859, 860, 361, 862, 363, 
364, 366, 867, 868, 871, 872, S73, 
s74, 944, 015. oio, 047, 948, 951, 
075, 978, 070 
Averell, (.Israel 5 (194) (Israel*), 211, 222, 
Avery, j 328, 329, 470, 673, 674, 075, 070, 

077, S73, 874, 989 
Averell, Iva F. s (2050), 030, 840 
Jabez 6 (207), 287 

- Jacob, 990 

Jacob 4 (42) (Nathaniel 3 ), 115, 120, 121, 
132, 173. 179, 191, 291, 420, 591, 
810 

- Jacob" (543) (Ebenezer 5 ) , 347, 4S9, 700 
Jacob 7 (S24). 420 

- James, 10, 17 

— James 4 (101) (Benjamin'-), 152, 394, 

569 

— James('') 5 (111) (William*), 160, 2S3 

— James( b ) 5 (118) (William*), 150, 157, 

15S, loo, 27s. 283, 284, 285, 286, 
287, 405, loo, 107, 412, 413, 577, 
578, 579, 580, 581, 799, 800, 801, 
soi'. 803, soi, so:,, 806, 807, 032, 
933, 024. o::5 
-- James 5 (125). 165, 079, 980 

• lame- 5 (170), 210 

J. ones 5 (275) (James*), 152, 275 

- James, Jr. 6 (304 I (James 5 ), 284, 285, 

2-r,. 287, 106, lo7. 408, 411, 412, 
577. 570. 580, 7oo. 800, 801, 802, 
sos. 932, ooo 

— James" (445) (William 5 ), 311, 315, 

440. 630, 031. 841 

- James 6 2nd (460) (John 5 , Job*), 315, 

319, 4.59, (141, 042, 045, 046, S46 

— James 7 (702), 413 

— James, Jr. 7 (1018), 440 

— James 7 (125 1 ). 3 4 4. 180 

— James 1 ' (3032), S00 

— James Deloss 7 (745), 405 
James G. 10 (3853). 022 

James George s (1732) (James 7 ), 577, 

S00, 932, 933 
James Henry s (2175). 650 
- James LvmaiC (1757), 5S1 

• Lone- M.s ( 1703). 57o 

J, ones Martin 7 (1050), 453 

- Rev. James 01nev s (1716). 572, 79S 



James W. 7 (752). 108, U2, 

800, 032 
James Watson Webb s (1710), 
Jane, et al.. 32 ; 2 1 
Jane 5 (134). 171 
Jane 7 (1017). 140. 021 
Jane 7 (1042). 452, 453 
Jane 7 (1086), 461 

Jane ( ). 574 

Jane Abby 8 (215s), 04s 



799, 



1012 



Averell, Averill, Avery Family 



Averell, Jane (Russell), 57S, 579 
— Jane Russell 3 (1734), 579, SOI 
Jane Webb 8 (1745), 580, 802 
.Iran (McLellan), 169 

Jennie Gross 8 (2153), 647, S46 

Jeremiah 1 (47), 120, 121, 17S 

- Jerusha ( Dresser), 390 
Joan, 32. 34 

Joanna 6 (351), 295 

Job. 390 

Job s (12) (William-, William 1 ), 1, 89, 

90, '.12. 95, 96, 120, 125, 120, 127, 

128, 129, 139, 140, 141, 170, 199, 

211, 222. 22::. 224, 200, 311, 312, 
313, 315. 319, 320, 321, 322, 323, 
328, 329, 330, 332, 442, 443, 444, 
445. 440, 447, 44S, 449, 450, 451, 
452, 45::, 454, 457, 45S, 459, 460, 
401, 402, 403, 404, 465, 468, 470, 
471, 472. 474, 619, 621, 622, 623, 
624, 625, 626, 027, 02S, 629, 630, 
631, 632, 633, 034, 635, 636, 637, 
638, 641, 642, 045, 046, 647, 64S, 
049, 05O, 051, 052, 053, 654, 655, 
656, 657, 658, 666, 670, 671, 672, 
673, 674, 075, 070, 677, 678, 679, 
680, 684, 687, 688, 830, S31, S32, 
S35, 836, 837, 838, 839, 840, 841, 
842, 8 13, 844, 8 15, M0. S47, 848, 
849, 850, 851, S52, S53, S54, 855, 
S56, 857, 859, 800, S01, 862, 863, 

564, 866, 867, 80s, 871, 872, 873, 
874, S75, 876, 870, 941, 942, 943, 
04 4, 9 45. 946, 04 7. 04S. 051 

Job :l (20) (Thomas-, William 1 ), 98, 99, 

liio, lot. 102. 1(13, 140. 147, 148, 

140. 150, 270, 272. 273, 389, 390, 

391, 393, 563, 564, 565, 566, 567, 

565, 787, 788, 789, 790, 791, 792. 
926, 027. 928, 929, 930, 931, 969, 
070. 980 

Job 4 (54) (Job"; William-), 1, 125, 

127. 128, 1211, 130. 141, 101, 170, 

105, 199, 2oO. -Jill, 202. 203, 204. 

205, 206, 2o7, 208, 209, 210, 211, 

212. 213. 214. 218, 2V>, 221, 224, 
225, 271, 311, 312, 313, 314, 315, 
310, 320. 321. 324, 330. 442, 443. 
444. 4i:.. IK:, 447, 448, 440. 150, 
451. 452, 453. 454, 457. 458. 450. 
4011. 40.1, 40.2. 163, 619, 620, 021 . 
022. 623, 624, 0:25, 020. 627, 628, 
., :9, 630, 631, 632, 633, 634, 035. 
036, 637, 63S, oil. 042. 045. 040. 
647, 64S, 010. 650, 830, 831, S32, 
S35, S30, S37, S38, 839, 840, 841 
S42, 8 1.:. 844, M 
043. oil 

Job' 1 (98) (Job 3 , Thomas 2 ), 1. 148, 140 
150. 273, 274, 300, 080 

- Job, Jr. 5 1 17 I ), 196, 199, 210 
- - Job, Jr. 5 1 trad. I, 210 

John, e1 al., I I : 23 ; 35 ; 35 
Vvcrv, Ay. rill. Ay 



846, 041, 942, 



John, el al. 



:: I 



\verys, Averyes, 
:::;. 3 1 ; son of 
randson, 32, 33. 
2. 34 



Rev. Don John, 39 

John- 1 :. 1. 7:: 

— - John 3 (28) (Thomas-), 103 

- - Capt. John 4 (4S) (John?, William 2 ), 123, 

182, 1-::. 184, IS5, 186, 188, 189, 

ion, ioi. [93, 295, 299, 301, 

- ! 10 ;, 304, :: 19, 12.1, 122. 123. 

124. 125, (26, 127, 128, 131, 432. 

1::::. 592, 593, 594, 595, 596, 597, 

1 '.0. 00". 603, 811, 812, 

813, 814, ?15, -10. 817, 818, M0. 



820, 823, 824, 936, 937, 938, 939, 
97.5, 996 

John 4 (104) (Benjamin 3 ), 152 

John 5 (1M) (Job\ Job 3 ), 205, 209, 

210, 314, 315, 316, 325, 326, 446, 
453. 457, 458, 459, 460, 636, 637, 
638, 0,41, 042, 645, 646. 647, 648, 
S43, S44, S45, S46 

Averell, j. j lm ,. (317) (Benjamin^), 288, 415, 

Avery, J v ' ' 

620, 621, 622 

Averell, Capt. John, Jr. 6 (454), 316, 454, 
638, 844 
John s (1751), 5S1 

John s (2506), 700 

John Alonzo s (1756), 5S1, 805, 935 

John Calhoun 7 (1054), 453 
John D. 6 (524), 344, 4S0 

— John D., Jr. 7 (1257), 4S0 

John HedR'.' 7 (760), 413, 580, 803, 804, 

Ml.",, 034, 035 
Gen. John Henry 8 (271S), 760, 911, 

912 
. I, .lm Henry 8 (3740), 912, 966 
John Hiram 1 (1293), 489, 700 
John Lucien s (2146). 647 

John McFarland 7 (1099), 462 

— John Merrill 7 (MO). 420 
John Hun. Hot 7 (1074). 459 

— John T. 8 (1078), 619 

— Jonathan 4 (105) (Benjamin 3 ), 152 
Joseph 3 (25). 103, 982 

Joseph 4 (34) (William 3 ), 1, 116, 118, 

119, 161, 162, 103. 164, 165, 166, 
107, 108. 100. 170, 171, 172, 200, 
2o::, 414, 415, 5S2, 807, 808, 935, 
030. 971, 9S2 
Joseph- 1 (05) (Job 3 ), 14S, 978, 9S1, 
982 

Joseph 4 (103) (Benjamin 3 ), 152, 981, 

0S2 

— Joseph 5 (178), 210. 000 
Averell, U h « (311) o N s. 414. 5,2 
Avery, ) ' 

Averell. Joseph 6 (44S). 314, 315, 451 
Joseph (505). 332, 475 

Aver ? 1 1 . 1 ' ' Joseph' (707) (ShadrachP), 4, 414. 
Averill, ) l ' 

5S2, 807. 035, 971 
Averell, Joseph 7 (1013) (James"), 449, 630, 

Ml 
Averell, ) Joseph 7 (1102), 402, 649 
Averill, \ Job 
Averell. Joseph Warren 8 (1707), 572, 794 

- Josiah 5 (213). 231, 232 

- - - Josiah (200) (Stephen 5 ), 2S1, 397, 

402, 574. 570. 700 

Avere11 ' I rovce 31 3- 33 34 

Averill, ) 

Averell, Jovce (Moore), 34 

— Judith 4 (55), 125, 128. 120 

- Julia 7 (1004), 457 

- Julia Arthur 9 (3738). 012 

- Julia Elizabeth" 5 (2509), 703 

- Julie 8 (2005). 636 

- Julietta 7 (lool ), 401 

- Kate Weston 8 (2082), 0:::: 

- Katherine 4 (51). 123. 104 

Kennerly Marshall' 1 (37 4 1). 013 

- Kenneth Waldo 10 (?), 797 

- Kezia 4 (57). 125. 128, 129, 222 

- 1,. Charles 3 (3005). 704. 032, 971 
Laura' (1260), 180 

- Laura Catherine (Griffith). 344. 4S0 
Lawrence \. 8 (2057), 630, 840 

Le Baron Decourcv 7 (1000), 449 
■ Lew Wallace 8 (2173). 650 

- Hon Lewis' (732), 401, 572, 794, 795 



Index 



1013 



verell, Lewis 7 (75S), 412, 796 

- Lewis Allen" (3027), 797 

Lewis Frederick 8 (1715), 572, 797 

- Lewis Frederick" (3023), 797 

- Lewis Waldo 8 (1710), 572 

— Lizzie Frances s (2052). 029, 810 

- Lottie Helen 9 (3074), 806 

- Louis Albert s (2167), 649 

— Louis Stratton 9 (3073), S06 
Louisa 7 (1263), 4S1 

- Louise 10 (3S52), 932 

Louise Richmond 8 (2152), 647 

- Lovina Hedge s (1752), 581, 804 

— Lovina (Holland), 413 

Lucia 7 (741), 402 

Lucius Wilcox 8 (1704). 5S1, 806 

- Lucretia 7 (731), 401, 570, 571, 572 

- Lucretia 7 (743), 402 

— Lucy (541), 347, 487, 488 

Lucy Lovinia 7 (1300), 491, 703 

— Lucy Maria 7 (1049), 453 

- Lulu 8 (2164), 649 

- Luther Hill 7 (1029) (Moses a ), 451, 634, 

S42 

— - Lydia 4 (68) (Ebenezer 3 ) , 131 

- Lvdia 4 (96) (Job 1 '), 14S 

- Lydia 5 (trad.), 210 

- Lydia (Ambler), 577 

- Lydia Ann 8 (2345), 6S9 

— Mamie 9 (3070), 806 

— - Marcia( a )' (753). 412 

— Marcia(»)' (755). 412. 579, 580, 777 

- Marcia 8 (1730), 577 

- Marcia (Holt), 412. 579 

— Margaret, 3S 
Margaret 8 (135), 171 

— Margaret (441), 313, 448 

- Margery, et al., 17 ; 36 

— Maria, 34 

- Maria 8 (2096), 636 

- Maria Anne 7 (1028), 451, 633, 634 

- Maria Caroline 8 (2080). 633 

— Maria Elizabeth 9 (3118), Sll 

— Marie Josephine 11 (4201). 971 
Marion Fmilv 1 " (38(10). 'X',7, 
Martha, 36 

- Martha 8 (2079). 633 

- Martha Amelia 7 (1301), 491 

— Martha Ann ( ). 415 

— Martha Louise 10 (3865), 935 

- Mary ('?). 105 

- Marv 4 (94) (Job 3 ), 148 

— Mafv 5 (113) (William*), 118, 160, 278 



Mary 6 
Marv 1 
Marv 7 
Mary 7 
Marv 1 



322 
405 
460 



799 



Marv 5 (121), 118, 104 

Marv 5 (136), US, 171 

Marv 5 (183), 210 

Marv 6 (188), 211 

Marv 6 (302), 287 

Mary 6 (403), 319 
" (475), 327 
(809), 419 
(987). 444. 025 
(1194), 332, 47 
(1262), 480 

- Marv 8 (1731), 5 
-- Marv 8 (1974), 619 

Marv 8 (19S4), 620 

- Marv 8 (2097), 636 

- Marv ( ), 284 

Marv ( ), 389, 390 

Marv ( ), 459 

Marv A. 8 (1705). 570 

Marv Adelia 10 (3863), 935 

Mary Ann 8 (1977), 619 

Marv (Averill), 454 

- Mary B. s (2059), 630 
A verell, ( 
Averill, ) 



165 



::'H 



Mary (Chambet), 150, 151, 152 



Averell, Marv Cliffordier 8 (1765), 581. 806 
Marv K. 7 ( 1037 ). 452 

- Mary Eliza 8 (2121 ), 637 

- Marv Frances 7 ( 1083), 160, 648 
Mary (Gould), 475 

Mary Grace Preston 7 (1053), 453 
Mary (Hutchinson) Tuckerman, 210 

- Mary Jan.' 7 ( 751 ), 40.") 
Marv Jane 9 (3055), 804 

Marv (Kennev), 215, 216, 217, 222 
Marv (Lee) Hilton, 221, 222 
-Marv (Phippen), 185, 186, 187, 1S8, 
190 

Marv (Preble), 117. 148 

Marv Rexford 7 (1282), 482, 099 

- Marv Stewart 6 ( 157 ), 316 

- Mary Stewart 7 (1069), 459, 041, 042 
Marv (Symonds), 237 

- Mar'v Trask 7 (111:;). 463 

- Mary (Walker), 283 

Marv Williamson 8 (3038), 801, 933 

- Maud 9 (3072), 806 

- Maud Lizzie (3061), 804, 935 

Averell, \ Mathew, 36, 37 
Auerell, ) 

Averell, Mathias, 35 
Matilda Edwina 8 (2143), 646 

- Mattie s (2098), 636 

- Mav 7 . See Marx 7 (1194) 
May 8 (2165), 649 
MehetabeF (63), 131 

- Mehetabel 6 (353). 295 
Mehitabel ( Dana ) Allin, 402 

Mehitable (Foster), 130 

- Dr Mehitable Merrill 7 (S22), 420, 590 
Melvin L. 7 (1031 ). 451 

- Michael, 14 

- Minnie Bell 9 (3059). 804 

- Minnie Sophia 8 (2100), 636 

- Miriam 4 (45), 121 

Moses (347) (Nathaniel 5 ), 294, 419, 

5SS. 589, 590, 810 
Moses (447) (William 6 ), 313, 314 450, 

451, 459, 632, 633, 634, 841, 842 

Moses (5ii7). 332, 333, 175 

Moses 7 (811 ). 419 

Moses 7 (814), 420 

Mos.s 7 (1015), 449 

Moses Abbev 7 (820), 420, 589, 590 
Moses Faulkner 8 (1827), 590 
Moses Lucien 7 (1030), 451, 634 

- Nabbv' (826), 420 

- Nancy 6 ( 169), 320 
Nancy 7 (748), 105 

Nancy (Hodge), 4 4S 

Nancv Jameson 7 (1052), 453 

Averell, Nathaniel (148). See 
Werill, Nathaniel (US) 
\ verell, Nathaniel 5 (?), 481 
_ NathanieF (10) (William?), 86, 87 88, 
89 ')(> 91, 92, 95, 96, 115, 119, 
19(1 121, 122. 127. 17:'.. 177, 179, 
294." 419, 420, 587, 5SS, 589, 590, 
59l' 810 . 

Capt. Nathaniel 4 (41) (Nathaniel 3 , Will- 
iam-) 120. 121, 132, 173, 177, 178, 
190, 191, 294, 419, 587, 588, 589, 

»N a 5 than" 8 iei° 6 (467), 320 462, 6 14 9, 650 
Hon Nathaniel 7 (905) (Samuel*), 442, 

619, 830, 831 
Nathaniel' (1000). 457 
Nathaniel C.C) 6 (459) 319 

Nathaniel C.( b ) 6 (462), 315, 319, 460, 

047. 648 

- Nathaniel Perkins (342) (Nathaniel"), 

257. 294, 419, 5S7, 58S 

- Nathaniel Perkins. Jr. 7 (804), 419, 5S7 



1014 



Averell, Averill, Avery Family 



Yvcreil. Nelson Josiah' (746), 405 

Nicholas, <■( al. (1631), 14, 15, 16, 22, 

51, 5-2 ; 11 

- ( )li\ , ■"■ (in:.), isT. l.vs. Iimj, ::i)4 

Olive Mai "' (3858), 934 

Oliver' {John 4 ), 1S4 

Orlando H. s ( L702), 570 

Oscar James 7 (1209), 491, 702 

- Parnell, 36 

Paul Maxwill 7 (1098), 462 

Phebe 4 (70), 130, 131, 132 

■ Phebe 6 (137), 172. 288 

Phebe (508), 332, 333, 476 

Phebe Jane 8 i L759 I, 581, 805 

- Philetus s ( 1750), 5S1, S03, 934, 935 

- Philipp, 28 

Priseilla 7 I 1 195), 332, 175 

- - Priseilla ( I'eaboch ). 332 

Rachel 4 (110) (Benjamin*), 152, 153 

- - Rachel ( b ) u ( 100), 305, 4:;;. 
— Rachel 7 (813), 419 

- Rachel W. 7 (1085), 461 

Ralph 3 (3369), S41 

Rebi cca, 36 

Rebi cca 5 (138), 172 

Rebecca (381 ). 301 

Rebecca Gallison 7 (1270), 4S2, 60S, 699 

- Reed Follett 8 (2170), 649 

- - Reuben ( ■..biini 7 ( UlSl ), 460 

Rhoda II. s (174s ). 581, 803 

- Rhoda (Morev), 580 



24, 34 ; 36, 37 



il 



(Moses*), 450, 632, S41, 



I 19 



Hi-J 



l::i 



Ruth 5 
Ruth 7 
Ruth 7 



278, 2t 



327, 464 



Richard, el al. 
Robert, 16, 17 
Robert 7 ( 1022 I 

842 
Rosa Belle' (1010), 
Roxie Shepherd 7 ( 1 103) 

Rufus 7 (llll). Hi:: 
Ruth 4 (65) (Ebenezer 3 ), 
Ruth 5 (119), 104, 287 
Ruth 5 (186), 210, 321 

(192), 211, 222 

(742). 402 

(771). 414 

Ruth 1 " (3856), 933 

Ruth ( Bemis), 157. 

Iverv! 1 ' j ]!uth (Hilton), 
Averell, S. Abbie 8 (2127) 
Averell, / c , , • .-,,, 
Averill, ] Sabrlna - -'• 
Averell, Salinda 7 (815), 420 

— Salinda Evelyn 8 < 1829), 590 

- Sally 7 (77u), 414 

- Sally 7 (966), 442 

- Sallv 7 ( 1046), 453 

- I Sallv 7 (1202), 332 
| Sarah 

Samuel, 28 

Samuel (177), see \verill, Samuel (177) 

- Samuel 3 1 24), 103, 9S3 
Samuel 4 (31 ) (William 1 ), lis, 119 

162, 163, 164, 165, 166, 107, 
172. 17::. 2S7 
■II. 1 



100, 
325, 
. 638 



161, 
168, 



Samuel ' 
15::, 270, 



(108) (Benjamin*), 

277, 983 



u-l 

Avi rill, 

Avery, 

Averell, Samuel 5 (140), 172 

S: I 5 (161) (John*), 1S7, 1S8, 

301, 302, 120, 127, 428, 431, 
598, 599, 600, 602, 815, S16, 
S18, 819, 936, 937, 993, 998 

Vvorell, I Samuel 5 (199) (Samuel*), 195, 223, 

Avery, (330, 331, 172. 173. 474. 079, 0S0, 
684, 687, 688, 876, S79, 1002 

Averell, 

Averill, 

Avery, 



152, 



I'm. 

597. 

SI 7, 



I Samuel 8 (270), 275. 389, 390, 391, 
,'394, 563 



Averell, Samuel 6 (428) (Benjamin 5 ), 312, 
442, 619, 830, 831 

■ Capt. Samuel, Jr. (440) (Samuel 5 , 

Job 4 ), 313, 447, 44S, 629, 630, 840 

- Samuel 7 (765), 414 

- Samuel 7 (969 ). 442 

Samuel 7 (1090) (William 6 ), 447, 628, 

S40 
- - Samuel 8 (2054), (330, S40, 944 
Samuel Ford 7 (1091), 461 

- Saul,. i'<l Kingsbury 8 (2051), 629 

- Sarah, et al., 34 ; 34 

- - Sarah 1 ' (4), 73, 81, 104, 105 

- Sarah 3 (23), 98, 102 

- Sarah 4 < 14), 120, 121, 178 

- Sarah 5 ( 139), 172 

- | Sarah 5 (179), 200, 210 
I Sallv 

- Sarah 6 (348), 294 

- Sarah 6 (445), 314 

- Sarah 7 (806), 419 

- Sarah 7 (1016), 449 

- S.uah 7 (1033). 451 

- Sarah' (1197), 475 

- Sarah 7 (1202 I. 477. 

- Sarah 7 (1261 ), 480 

- Sarah s (2061), 631 

- Sarah 9 (3021), 797 

- Sarah (3374). S43 

- - Sarah ( ), 200, 205, 206, 207, 210, 

219 

- Sarah Armenia 8 (1758), 581 

- Sarah (Cunningham), 444 

- Sarah Elizabeth( a )' (1290), 491 

- Sarah Elizabeth (•>)' (1297), 491, 701 

- Sarah Elizabeth 8 (2120), 637 

- Sarah ( Hewlett). 120, 121 

- Sarah ( Martin), 234 

- Sarah S. T (749), 405, 576 

- Sarah Smith 7 (1005), 457 

- Seth' (1012), 449 

- Seth 7 ( 1024). 451 

- Sewall 7 (?), 329 

Averell, ( Shadrach 6 (309), 288, 414, 582, 

Avery, J 807, 935, 971 

Averell. Shadrach, Jr. 7 (766), 414 

- Silas- (20), 96, 97 

- Solomon( a )° (350), 294 

Solomon( b )° (352) (Daniel 5 ), 295, 420, 

591, 810 

- Sophia ( ), 415 

- Soohronia 6 (464 ). 319 

Stephen 4 (36) (William 3 ), 118, 161, 

163, 164, 167, 168, 169, 172, 179, 
^88 
Stephen( a ) 5 (115) (William*), 160 

- Stephen 6 (the elder) (291) (Stephen 5 ), 

281, 282, 396, 397, 400, 405 

- Stephen 6 (the younger) (299) (Ste- 

phen 5 ), 2S0, 2S2. 105, 576 

- Stephen" (30S), 2S7 

- Stephen 7 (724) (Stephen 6 ), 282, 396, 

397, 806, 807, 1004 

- Stephen 7 (7:19), 402, 574 

- Stephen' (701) (Benjamin 5 ), 443, 5S1, 

805 
Stephen Franklin 8 i 1762), 581, S00 
Si i i ,~. ,i !'■ (474), 320 

- Sumner- ( 1830), 591 

- Susan, 35 

I Susan 6 (182), 210 

| Susanna 

- Susan'' (430), 312, 445 
Susan M.' (?), 313 

- "Susan" Margaret 8 (2075), 632 

Susanna 4 (59), 125. 128, 129 

- Susanna CM 1 (61), 131 

Susanna (") 4 (64). 130, 131, 132 



Index 



1015 



Averell, Susanna 5 (180), 210, 211, 222, 



Susanna''' (478), 



400 



Averell, I 

Avery, ) 

Averell,!. Susanna (Brown), 126, 127. 12s. 

Averill, )J29, 130, 100, 2uO, 211 

Averell, Susannah 5 (210), 132, 220. 227. 333 

Susannah" (450). 316, 15S 

Sylvester Gilbert 1 ' (3036), 800 

- Thankful 6 (473), 320 

Thelma 8 (3367), S40 

Vvla'v 11 ' } Thc ' odore ' 3 ( 69G )' 3!u 
Averell, Theodore I. s (2040). 628 

Theodore Sydney 9 (3741), 912 

Thomas, et al., 23 ; 25 ; 31 ; 32, 34 ; 

32, 33, 34; 34; 34; 36; 38; 261 

- Thomas of Ridley Kent (d. 1556), 10, 

51 ; grandson of above and brother 
of Nicholas, 10; son of William 
Averell and Alice — -; 10; brother 
of William and Alice - — ; 10 

Thomas-' (3) {William 1 ), 73, 75, 79, S3, 

07, 9s, 99, 100. 101, 102. 103, lot. 

10!!, 115, lis. 140. 150. 151, 102, 

270. 272, 275. 270, 277. 389, 390, 

391, 393, 394, 563, 564, 565, 566, 

507, 56S, 509. 787, 788, 789, 790, 

701, 792, 020. 927, 928. 929, 930, 
931, 000, 07U 

- — Thomas 11 (16) (Williamr), 45, 89, 92, 

95, 96, 97, 9S, 119, 128, 132, 133, 

134, 135, 136, 143, 14 1, L54, 171. 

22S, 232, 23:,, 333, 337, 341, 344, 

345, 346, 470, 477, 478, 479, 4S0, 

481, 4S2, 485, 486, 4S7, 488, 489, 

400, 689, 000, 001, 0112, 693, 694, 

695, 696, 607. oos, 699, 700, 701, 

702, 703, S70, S.SO, SSI, 086 

- - Waldo Burlinghame 11 (3007), 704 

- Wallace s (2504), 700 

Walter Chapman 8 (2050). 620 

Walter Mollis 1 " (3868), 936, 071 

- Walter Tucker s (3024), 707 
Ward 7 (1040), 452 

- - Warren 7 (1060), 445, 154, 037 
Warren Fay 8 (2119), 637 

- Warren Waldo 7 (735), 4iil. 402 

Warren Waldo 9 (3022). 797 

Wealthy Bradford 7 (1108), 462, 463 

Willard' (986), 444. 624 

Averell, 1 William, et al.. 10; 22; 23; 27, 
Auerell, J2S : 30; 30; 30; 34; 34; 35; 35, 

30. 37, 38 : :j(i ; ::<i 
Averell, , 
Avery, ) 
Averill, 
Averie. 
\ver\s, I 
A verves, ' 
Averell, William, 991 



Willi: 



Averell, ) William 1 , 1, 2, 4, 5, 



10, 13 



Averill, )-(14Y). 15, 10, is. 20. 21, 30, 47, 
Avery, J 51, 52, 53, 54, 57, 58, 50, oo. 03, 
64, 05, r,r,, 07, 08, 00. 70. 72. 73, 
74, 75, 76, 70, SI, 07.104. 114, 117, 
110, 121, 125, 130, 132. 137, 138, 
143, 146, 150, 151, 154. 162, 165, 
170. 171, 172. 173. 177, 170. 183, 
100, 193, 104, 100, 211, 222, 223, 
224, 225, 227, 22S, 232, 235, 236, 
241, 242. 259, 200, 200. 207. 270. 
275. 276, 277. 278, 270, 280, 282, 
283, 287, 2S8, 2S9, 290, 202. 204. 
205, 296, 299, 301, 302, 303, 304, 
306, 307, 30S, 309, 311, 312, 313, 
315, 319, 320, 321, 322, 323, 328, 
329, 330, 332, 333, 337, 341. 344, 





345 


346 


348 


" ', o 


351 


352 


355, 




356 


358 


:;oi 


2 


363 


364 


366, 




370 


074 


: ! 7 7, 


077 


378 


383 


:;-!, 




385 


387 


:;s.s 


3 S 9 


391 


393 


004, 




396 


007 


loo 


lol 


4 02 


105 


406, 




412 


414 


4 1 7, 


1 10 


1 17 


4 1 8, 


410, 




120 


12 1 


422 


12:: 


4 24 


4 2 7, 


4 20, 




427 


428 


1.: I 


l : ; 2 


433 


i:: 1. 


435, 




436 


437 


t3S 


400 


l to 


1 1 1 


1 12, 




1 l:: 


44 1 


445 


1 to 


1 17 


4 4 s. 


4 10, 




450 


451 


4 52 


17,:: 


454 


17,7 


0,-, 




459 


400, 


461 


4 02 


463 


164, 


405, 




408 


47(1 


171 


172 


4 74 


177, 


470, 




477, 


478, 


170 


ISO 


4S1, 


1-2, 


4S5, 




ISO,, 


4S7, 


188 


ISO 


400, 


102 


494, 




495, 


400, 


40S 


400 


7,00, 


7,01, 


502, 




503, 


504, 


505 


7,00 


507, 


7,OS, 


7,00, 




510, 


513, 


51 l 


515, 


510, 


7, 1 s. 


510, 




52(1, 


7,2::, 


7,2 1 


7,25 


526, 


530, 


504, 




535, 


536, 


537 


538 


54 1. 


12, 


7,1::, 




544, 


54 7,. 


546, 


17. 


548, 


549, 


7,50, 




551, 


■ >■>-. 


7,50. 


7,7, (. 


7, 7, . , , 


57,7. 


558, 




559, 


7,00, 


7,0 1. 


7,02 


563, 


7,0 1, 


7,0 7,, 




566, 


567, 


50>. 


569, 


57o, 


7,71. 


572, 




573. 


574, 


576, 


■"77, 


570, 


580, 


5 - 1 . 




582, 


:,-::. 


584, 


585, 


586, 


- 7 . 


588, 




589, 


590, 


591, 


002. 


7,!,::, 


001. 


505, 




596, 


507. 


598, 


500. 


000. 


0112. 


00.2, 




1104, 


007,. 


OOO. 


0()7. 


608, 


000, 


610, 




611, 


',17. 


013. 


014. 


615, 


616, 


017, 




618, 


619, 


020. 


021, 


022. 


623, 


024, 




625. 


626, 


027. 


628, 


629, 


630, 


631, 




632, 


033, 


634, 


635, 


636, 


637, 


0::.-, 




04 1, 


645, 


040. 


047, 


648, 


040, 


07,o, 




051, 


0,7,2. 


653, 


07,4, 


07,7,, 


7, , 


057, 




658, 


000, 


070, 


671, 


072. 


673, 


074, 




675, 


070. 


077. 


078, 


070, 


OSO, 


OS 4, 




6S7, 


688, 


0S0. 


000, 


OOl! 


002, 


693, 




004, 


007,. 


ooo. 


007, 


oos. 


000, 


7(10, 




7n], 


7 02. 


703, 


704. 


7 o5, 


700, 


707, 




70S, 


700, 


710, 


711, 


7 12! 


71::, 


714, 




715. 


710, 


717. 


71s, 


710. 


] 20, 


721, 






7°'! 




7'' 5 


7 -?6 


7° 7 






720, 


730, 


7::::. 


734, 


7 : : .", , 


737, 


70s. 




741. 


742. 


740. 


7 1 1. 


745! 


74(0 


747. 




751, 


752. 


77,:;. 


77,1. 


77,7,, 


77,0. 


7 7. 




758, 


77,0. 


760, 


761, 


70,2. 


7i;:i. 


764, 




70.",. 


700. 


7 1 1 ; . 


7 6 S , 


769, 


770. 


771. 




7 72. 


774, 


7 7 0. 


77S 


770, 


780, 


7-1. 




782, 


783, 


7S4, 


7s5. 


7-0. 


787, 


7s-, 




7S0. 


790, 


701. 


702. 


70l! 


795, 


796, 




707. 


70s, 


700. 


SOO. 


sol. 


-02. 


S03, 




804. 


S05, 


SOU. 


807, 


SOS. 


-00. 


S10, 




811, 


- 1". 


si::. 


814, 


815, 


816, 


817, 




818, 


819, 


820, 


823, 


824, 


825, 


826, 




827, 


82 S, 


829, 


830, 


831, 


532, 


835, 




-00, 


837. 


838, 


839, 


840, 


-II. 


842, 




843, 


844. 


8 4 5. 


846, 


-17. 


Sis. 


SIO, 




850, 


851, 


852, 


853, 


854, 


-7,7,, 


856, 




857, 


859, 


SOO, 


861, 


862, 


863, 


-0|, 




800, 


S07, 


SOS. 


S71, 


872, 


373, 


S74, 




875, 


S76, 


879, 


sso. 


881, 


882, 


8 83, 




S8 l. 


885, 


Sso. 


887, 


8SS, 


889, 


-00, 




S91, 


892, 


893, 


S94, 


S95, 


896, 


897, 




-:'-. 


-00. 


900, 


OOl, 


902, 


005, 


000. 




007. 


908, 


'Ml. 


913, 


01 (. 


''10. 


010, 




"17. 


918, 


021. 


'122. 


923, 


024, 


025, 




926, 


027. 


928, 


020. 


930, 


931, 


932, 




933, 


934, 


935, 


936, 


007, 


038. 


939, 




040. 


041. 


12. 





oil. 


945, 


946, 




047. 


04s. 


07,1. 


052. 


953, 


001. 


07,0, 




07,0. 


07,7. 


9 5 S , 


959, 


000. 


'',,1. 


962, 




963, 


964, 


965, 


967, 


968, 


969, 


07o. 




071. 


972, 


973, 


071 








Averell. 


1 














Averill, 


1- Wil 


jam'-'. 


1. 9 


7,7. 


04. 1 


7,, 68 


69, 


Avery, 


J 70, so. 81 


, 8 2 , 


83, 


-1. S 


5, ->; 


87, 




88, - 


0. 01 


. 02. 


95, ' 


0. 07 


. 0-, 


105, 



1016 



Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 



108 
130 
162 
179 
222 
■■::;, 



301 

309 
321 

:;:::: 
350 
362 
:;7 7 
396 
412 
42H 
427 
t36 
I l:: 

I. Ml 

459 
468 



4H5 
503 
510 
520 
535 
54 4 
551 
559 
573 
582 
589 
596 
604 
611 
618 
625 
632 
i;i I 
651 
i;:,s 
675 
6S7 
(194 
7H1 
708 
715 
i 22 
729 
741 
751 
758 
765 

782 
795 
802 
sim 
•no 
825 
832 
843 
848 
855 
863 
873 
882 
889 
896 
905 
915 
02 l 
937 



, 109 


115 


117 


119 


121 


125 


. 132 


137 


13S 


143 


146 


154 


, 165 


17U 


171 


172 


173 


177 


. 183 


190 


193 


194 


199 


211 


, 22:; 


224 


225 


227 


228 


232 


236 


241 


242 


259 


2(1(1 


267 


, 279 


280 


282 


283 


287 


288 


, 290 


202 


294 


29 5 


296 


299 


, 302 


303 


304 


306 


3(17 


308, 


, 311 


312 


313 


315 


319 


320 


, 322 


323 


328 


329 


330 


332 


337 


341 


344 


345 


340 


348 


, 351 


352 


355 


356 


358 


3(11 


, 363 


304 


366 


370 


374 


375 


3 7 s 


383 


3S4 


385 


387 


388, 


397 


400 


nil 


402 


405 


4 0(1, 


414 


415 


416 


417 


41 s 


419, 


421 


422 


423 


424 


425 


426, 


42s 


431 


432 


433 


434 


4 35 


437 


438 


439 


1 in 


441 


442, 


444 


445 


4 40 


447 


448 


449, 


451 


452 


453 


454 


457 


458, 


4(iii 


Hll 


4(12 


403 


404 


4(15 


47(1 


471 


472 


474 


4 75 


4 70 


478 


470 


480 


481 


482 


485 


, 487 


4 88 


489 


490 


492 


494, 


, 496 


498 


499 


500 


50] 


502, 


, 504 


505 


506 


507 


508 


509 


513 


514 


515 


516 


518 


519 


. 523 


524 


525 


526 


530 


534 


. 536 


537 


538 


541 


542 


54:: 


, 545 


540 


547 


548 


549 


550 


, 552 


553 


554 


555 


557 


558, 


, 500 


5(11 


562 


570 


571 


572 


574 


57(1 


577 


579 


580 


5S1 


5S3 


5S4 


585 


586 


5S7 


588 


. 590 


591 


59 2 


593 


594 


595 


. 5!»7 


598 


599 


600 


602 


603 


. 005 


606 


607 


608 


609 


OKI 


. 612 


613 


614 


015 


(lid 


017 


. 619 


620 


621 


(122 


623 


624 


020 


(127 


628 


029 


630 


031 


, C.33 


634 


635 


036 


(137 


638 


045 


646 


647 


648 


649 


05u 


, 652 


653 


654 


655 


050 


657, 


, 666 


670 


671 


672 


073 


074 


. 670 


077 


67S 


679 


680 


684, 


, 688 


6S9 


690 


691 


(192 


693 


005 


696 


697 


098 


(199 


700 


702 


703 


704 


7U5 


700 


707, 


run 


710 


711 


7 12 


713 


714 


. 7Ki 


717 


718 


719 


720 


721 


72:: 


724 


725 


720 


727 


728 


730 


7:;:: 


734 


735 


7:17 


738 


. 742 


743 


744 


745 


7.)(l 


717 


, 752 


753 


754 


755 


756 


757 


, 7 5') 


7(10 


701 


7(12 


763 


7(14 


. 7(10 


7(17 


768 


769 


770 


771 


. 774 


775 


778 


779 


780 


7s I 


, 783 


784 


785 


786 


787 


794 


, 796 


797 


79S 


799 


800 


801 


. 803 


804 


805 


806 


807 


808 


, 810 


811 


SI 2 


8 1 3 


814 


8 1 5 


,817 


81S 


S19 


820 


823 


S24 


, 826 


S27 


828 


829 


830 


s::i 


, 835 


836 


837 


838 


S3 9 


840 


, 842 


843 


844 


845 


846 


S17 


. 849 


850 


851 


852 


853 


854 


, 856 


857 


859 


860 


Sill 


862, 


. 864 


866 


867 


868 


871 


872, 


. 874 


875 


876 


879 


SSII 


881, 


883 


884 


885 


886 


887 


88S, 


, Sill) 


891 


S92 


893 


894 


S95, 


. 897 


898 


899 


9(1(1 


901 


902, 


, 906 


907 


908 


911 


913 


9 11, 


. 916 


917 


918 


921 


922 


923, 


925 


932 


933 


93 4 


935 


936, 


938 


939 


94U 


91 1 


9 12 


943, 



960, 

907. 



945, 94(1, 947, 948, 

954, 955. 956, 957. 

962, 963, 904, 

969, 971, 972, 



Averell, 
Averill, 
Avery, 



961, 

968, 



951, 952, 

958, 959, 

965, 966, 

973, 974 

89, 92, 



[• Wiliam 3 (9), 06, 73, 

J96, 103, 117, US, 154, 162, 165, 

171, 172, 173, 174, 27S, 279, 2S0, 

282, 283, 285, 287, 288, 289, 290, 
292, 396, 397, 400, 401, 402, 405, 
406, 412, 414, 415, 416, 417, 41S, 

570, 571, 572, 573, 574, 576, 577, 
579, 5S0, 581, 582, 583, 5S4, 585, 
586, 794, 795, 790, 797, 798, 799, 
800, 801, 802, 803, 804, SOS, 806, 
807, SOS, 809, S10, 932, 933, 934, 
935 936 971 

Werell, William 4 '(30) {William'), 118, 

154, 155, 156, 157, 159, 160, 

17::. 17 1. 278. 279, 2S0, 281, 

283, 285, 396, 397, 400, 401, 
405, 406, 412. 414. 415. 

571, 572. 573. 574, 576, 
579. 580, 581, 794, 795, 
79S, 799, sun, 801, 802 
S05, sun. SO 



119, 
171, 



402, 
570, 



41S, 

577, 578, 

796, 797, 

803, 804, 



932, 933, 934, 935, 



97 i 



Aven 



(ISO) (Job 4 ), 200, 205, 
314. 315, 325, 449, 450, 
453, 630, 631, 632, 633, 
636, 841, 842. 991 
( 433) (Benjamin 6 , Job*), 
(12 4. 625 



699 



William 5 
210, 313, 
451, 452. 
634, c::5. 
William 2nd 6 
312. 444. 

- William 6 (547), 34S 

- William 7 (704), 413 
William 7 (961), 442 

- William 3rd 7 (989). 44 4 
William 7 ( 1027), 451, 633 
William 7 (108S), 461 

- William 7 (1294), 4S9 

- William s (0505), 700 
William II., 991 

- William Mansfield 8 (2475) 

- William S. N (2081), 633 

- William C. 7 (1041 ). 452 

William Can- 7 (1047). 314. 453, 635 

- William Coulter 9 (3075). 806 

- William D., 39 

William Henry( a ) 7 (1281), 4S2 

- William Henry( b )' (1284), 482 

- William Henrv 2nd 8 (2051), 730 

- William Holland 8 (1747), 581, 803 

- William Holt 7 (754), 2S4, 2S5, 

411, 412. 577. 57S. 579, 5S0, 801 

- William Holt 2nd 9 (3037), 800, 933 

- William Holt 10 (3854), 933 

- William John 8 (1733), 577. 800, 933 

- William John (3035), S00 
William Pitt 7 (736), 402 
William Roliert s (2076). 033, S41 
William Rufus 8 (2177). 050 

- Brevet Major General William Woods 1 

(1298), 491. 492, 545. 701, 702 
\\ illiam Woods 2nd 5 (2507), 703 

- Willis- (21 4S), (147 

- Willyam, 11 

- Wilson 7 (1090). 461 

— Zaehariah 6 (46S). 320 

- Zena Hyde' (1097), 462 
Averhill, David. See 
Averv, David (107) 
Averhill, David. Jr. See 
Avery, David, Jr. (276) 
Vverie, Elizabeth, 33 

- William. 24 
Averiel, Daniel. Sec 

\verell. Daniel (40) and 
Averell. Daniel (151) 



934 

2S6, 



Index 



1017 



See 



Sec 



Averil, Benjamin. See 
Averell, Benjamin (27), : 
Averell, Benjamin (102) 
Averil, David. See 
Avery. David (107) 
Averil, Ebenezer, 993 
Averil, Ebenezer (219). 
Averill, Ebenezer (219) 
Averil, Ebenezer (220). 
Averell, Ebenezer (220) 
Averil, Emanuel, 977, ns2 
Averil, Ezekiel. See 
Averell, Ezekiel (1S4) 
Averil, Ira, 1000, 1001 
Averil, Isaac. See 
Averill, Isaac (259) 
Averil, Joseph, 990 
Averil, Joseph (25 or 34). See 
Averell, Joseph (25) and 
Averell, Joseph (34) 
Averil. Nathaniel. See 
Averill, Nathaniel (254) 
Averil, Paul (82 or 230). See 
Averill, Paul (82), and 
Averill, Paul (230) 
Averil, Paul (211 ). See 
Averill, Paul (211) 
Averil, Samuel. See 
Averill, Samuel (97) 
Averil. Thomas. Si e 
Averill, Thomas (212) 
Averill, [ ,, , , 1 ,.-, 9 „„ 
Averell, j Mrh - A ' A " U2 ' 236 
Averill, Aaron 7 (1612), 504, 7S8, 92S, 929, 
970 

- Aaron Perlev 7 (805), 419. 5SS 

- Abbie 8 (2629), 727 

- Abbie A. s (2874), 788 

- Abbie Johnson 5 (2891), 793, 930 

- Abby 9 (3303), s:;i 

- Abby Jane Gardner 8 (232S), 678 

- Abby Louise s (1826), 5SS 

- Abbv Maria 8 (2001 ). 622 

- Abiel Ward 7 (1629), 505 

- Abigail 4 (79) (Thomas"), 135, 137 

- Abigail 4 (90) (Isaac 3 ), 146, 260 

- Abigail 5 (201), 223 

Abigail ("Nabbie") 6 (372), 300, 425 
Abigail' 1 (:;sii), :;oi, 428 

- Abigail 6 (715). 393, 568 

- Abigail 7 (931). 438 
Abigail 7 (1618), 564, 7S9 

- Abigail 9 (3404). 846 

- Abigail Elizabeth* 5 (1709), 572, 795 

Abigail Langdell Odell 7 (959), 441, 617 

- Abigail (Bickford) (Meservey), 438 

Abigail (Hackley), 535 

- Abigail (Hansome), 564 

- Abigail (Holt). 398, 399 
Abilene Chandler 9 (3031 ), 798 

- Achsah Maria 8 (2770), 769 

- Ada Mabel 8 (1951). 609, 827 

- Ada Maria (3089), 902 

- Adah Mary 9 (3190), 820, 938 
Adda 8 (2628), 727 

- Adda 8 (2034), 728 

- Addie 8 (1955), 010 

- Addie M. 9 (3379). 843 

- Adela Mary (Trow), 952, 953 

- Adela Maud 10 (3979). 953 

- Adelaid F. s (2771a), 375, 545, 540. 771 

- Adelb(ert?) 8 (2444), 090 

- Adelbert, 1004 

- "Adelbert C." See Averill. Charles 

Albert 8 
Adelia C. s (2400). 692 

- Adelia Letetia 7 (1559), 558, 7S2 

- Adelia M. s (27S6), 774 



verill, Adeline 7 (1470), 535 

- \d. line 7 (1615), 504, 789 

- Adelim s (2543 l, 710 

- Adeline 8 (2099 ), 752 

- Addie' ( 1955), 610 
Adula s (1879), 59S 

Agnes Narzene 8 (1847), 593 

- Aladdin" (406), 307 

- Alanson IV ( 1472), 536 

- Albert 7 (868), 127 
Albert 7 ( L232), 478, 693 
Allien 8 (2069), 632 

- Albert 10 (Neil?) ( 1078), 968 

- Albert Uigustus' (816), 120, 588, 810 
Albert B. s (2847), 786 

- Albert E. 8 (2101). 636 

Albert i; vand. I s (2600), 723, S94 
Albert Frederick 8 (1718), .".73, 798 

- Albert Guy 9 (3821 ), 929, 970 

- Albert James 8 (2133), 045, 845 

Libert John 7 (853) (John*), 426, 597, 
814 

- Albert Marshall 9 (3774). 91S, 96S 

- Albert N. s (2399), 692 

- Albeit Perm-' (3256), 829, 941 

Albert Shcru I 9 (3402), 846 

Albert Washington 7 (1591 ). 560 
Alberta M. 8 (1947). 609, 826 

- Albion 8 (2090), 635, 843 

- Albion W. 9 (3378), S43 

- Al.len 8 (2071 ), 032 
Aldula 7 (871 ). 427 

\le.la V. (Lillv), ssii 

- Aleria s (1S81 )', 598 

Rev. Alexander McCormick 8 (176S), 4, 
582, 807, 935, 971 

- Alfred 8 ( I'M:: i. 602, 819 

- Alfred 8 (1887 ), 599 
Alfred''' (3755), 915 

Allied Alexander 7 (1589), 500, 7S4 

- Alfred Augustus 7 (1303). 44, 504, 724 
Alfred Augustus 9 (3639), 894 

Allied Charles" (2744), 762, 915 

- Alfred Perry 9 (3678), 899 

- Alice'' 1 ( 125). 310, 31 1 

- Alice 7 (14(17), 513 

- Alice s (26S0), 745 
Alice 9 (3201 ), 823 

Alice Adelia 8 (1869), 596 

- Alice Alma 1 ' (3804 ), 926 

- Alice Belle 8 (2654), 730 

Alice Byington 9 (3704), 906 

Alice E. 9 (3668), 896 

- Alice Louisa 8 (2503), 700 

- Alice Margaret 9 (3307), 831 

- Alice Mav s ( 1992), 62] 
Alio.- Nora 10 (4005), 955 

- Alice Waterman" (3574), SS5, 955 

- Alida 8 (2351 I. 690 

- Alida M. 8 (2644), 729 

- Allen 6 (410), 308 

- Allen Wilev 6 (681) (Philo 5 ), 388, 562, 

787, '.125 

- Allie (Doolittle), 820 

- Alma' 1 (408), 307, 138 

- Almeiia Morencv 8 (2522), 700 

- Almira 7 ( 1233), 17s. 694 
Almira Henrietta 8 (2s::7). 7s I 

- Almira J. s (2550), 711. 712 

- Alonzo s (2624). 727 

- Alonzo Amos' (842), 121 

Uonzo Gladwin 8 (2760), 764, 918, 968, 
969 

- Alonzo Page (3234 ). 826 
Alonzo W. 9 (3585), 886 
Uphonso Barton 8 i 1958), 612, S27 

- Althea 9 (3647). 896 

Vlton Wheeler (3113), 809 



1018 



Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 



Averill, Alura L. T (S98), 135 
Alva" (416), 30S 

- Alvin 7 ( 1634 ). 567, 791 

- Alvin Adelbert 9 (3665), 896 
Alvin Hovey 5 ( ^ c ; y 7 ). 720. 896 

- Alvin Proctor* < 2591 ), 723 

- Amanda 7 ( 1290), 4>7 

- Amanda 7 i 1517J), .346, 769 

- - Amanda 8 (2768f), 70!) 

Amanda F. 7 (1461 ), 535, 754 

Ambrose Bradford 5 ( ^ -". ii ". ) . 706, 885, 

955, 956, H74 
Ambrose Henry 8 (1991), 621 

- Amelia" (657 ). 3S3 

Amelia 9 (3013), 892, 959 

Ammi 6 (344), 294 

- Amoretti '' ( 693 >. 389 

Amos 5 ( 156 i. 1 79, 988 

Amos 6 (:;7ii) (Thomas 5 ), 300, 304, 424. 

593, 812 

- Amos Eugene 5 ( lb. 4 ). .31)7 

- - Amy 5 (263 ). 270 
Amy" (684 ). 388, 562 

Andrew Evander 8 (2600), 723 

Andrew Peabodv 7 (1359) (Benjamin®). 

■3ni. 723, v>4. 959 

- - Andrew l'oe T i I 33 I i. .",.".7 

- Andrew Preston s (2602), 723, S94, 959 

Andrew Preston Peabodv 9 (3641), S95 

Andrew Wallace 8 (194:!), 607 

Angelia Aliee s (1848), 594, S12 

Angelia M. 8 (2551), 711. 712, SSS 

- Angelina s I 1890), 600, 815 
Angeline 7 (864), 427 

Ann 7 (1382), 507, 728 

Ann M. s (194.3), 609, 825 

Anna. 35 I 

Anna" (364 ). 299 

Anna" i 553 ). 350, 49.S 

Anna 7 (874). 4 32 

Anna (Averill), 29S 

Anna Agnes 9 3196), S23 

- - Anna Boynton s (1987), 621 

Anna Boynton s (199:;), 47, C21. 832 

Anna (Cogswell), 534 

- Anna E. s (1780 1. 5S2 

- - Anna Elizabeth 8 (2384 ). 691 

Anna Frances 8 (1940). 607, 825 

— - Anna Jane (3152), 814 

— Anna (Johnson), 437 

— Anna Lenox s (2136), <U0 

Anna Louise (3203), 823, 939 

Anna M. s ( 1953), 610, 827 

- Anna Matilda 8 , 717, MM 

- Anna Ma\ s (2131), (341. S45 

- Anna Rhoda s ( L919), 603 

— Anna ( W Ibury), 404, 495 

\iine. :;:;, :; | 

- Anne' 1 (.371 ). 355 
Anne 8 (2559), 71.3 

- Anne ( ). 354 

— Annette Elizabeth. See 

- Nettie Elizabeth 

— Annie (3013), 797 

— Annie Bigelow 10 (4011). 956 

- Annie Elizabeth 8 (2.302), 700 
■ Vnnie l.. s (2 1.3 1). 647 

- Annie Laurie 9 (3336), 839 

- Annie M. s ( 2852 ), 786 
Annie Maria s i 2607), 723, 895 
Anson 7 ( 1071 ), 459, 01.3. ^ t<; 
Vnson Burlinghame 8 (2137), 046 
Anthony Wilson 8 (2523), 706, 8S4, 955 
Vrabi I Dodge 9 1 3680), 899 

Arabella s,m,v ( 1639), 568 

- Arabella Seavev 8 (2887), 793, 929 
— ■ Archibald Roger 9 (3206), S23 

\rminda 7 ( 727 i. 398, 399, 100 



Averill. Arniinta Olive 7 (1596), 561 

Arthur 8 (2709), 780 

- Arthur 9 (3705), 906 

- - Arthur Allen 8 (2S54), 562, 7S7, 925 

- Arthur Caverno s (2570), 71S 

- Arthur Chenex" (3.377), 885, 0.3.3 
Arthur Earl (3202), 823 

Arthur Hoyt 8 (2687), 7.31 

Arthur Joseph 9 (3187), 819 

Arthur Lane 3510), 875 

- Arthur Lindley 10 (4010), 956 

- Arthur R. C.° (3599). S90 

— Arthur L., 2nd 10 (3910), 939 

Arthur Tappan 8 (1921), 003, S19, 820, 

939 

- Arthur V. 9 (3194), S20 
Arzilla 8 (2089), 635 

Asa 5 (159) (John*), 183, 184, 1S7, 1S8, 

190, 2-96, 207, 298, 421, 422, 423, 
592. 593, 811, 995 
Asa, Jr. (300). 298 

- Asa" (398), 305 

Asa" (409) (David 5 ), 31 

609, 610, 611, 012. S 

94(1, 071 

Asa 2nd 7 (830), 421 

— Asa 7 <!>2!)> (Asa 5 ), 438, 010 
■ Asa 7 (1460) (Noble 6 ). 535, 752, 

962, 074 

Asa 7 (1527). 54S 

— Asa M. s (1050), 609, S26 

— Asa Millard 9 (3230), 826 

— Asahel Thompson 8 (27.31), 703. 91 

Asenath Katherine 9 (36S3), 900 

Asenath (Peck). 735 

Augusta s ( 1788), 583 

Augusta Relifa 8 (1*44). 59; 



438, 608, 
826, S27, 



000, 



Augustin" (007) (Perry 5 ), 
(.3. 364, 517. .324. 741 
90." 



31, 3 
743, 



!, 42, 
744, 



Augustin 7 (141S), 517 

Augustin" (1436), .323 

Augustin Garlev 7 (1431), 52.3 

— Austin 7 (1003) (Samuel"), 448, 630, 

Mil 

- Ara A. 1 " (407.3), 907 

Ava Maria (3689), 902, 961 

Barbara 1 " (3927), 912 

Baron Weston 9 (3S24), 929 

- Barr Cushing 9 (3310), 831, 941 

- Bathshelia" (294 ). 2*2 
Beatrice'" (3906), 938 

Beatrice 1 " | 1067), 905 

Beatrice Jeannette 9 (3252), 828 

Belle 9 (3111). 809 

Benjamin, 988 

Benjamin 5 (175) (Job*), 205, 208, 210, 

811, 442, 443, 444, 445, 619. 620, 
621, 022. 623, 024. 02.3, 026, 830, 
831, 832, 835, 941, 42. 975. 976, 
97S. 979 
— Benjamin 5 (197) (Samnrl 4 ), 223, 329, 
470, 471, 472. 077. 678, S75. 9SS 

Benjamin 5 (274) (James*), 152, 275, 

270. 394, 509 

Benjamin, Jr. 6 (4341. 312 

-Benjamin 6 (401) (Benjamin 5 ), 4, 330, 
470. 077. 67S, 875 

- Benjamin" (5341,). 34.3 
-Benjamin" (503) (Joseph 5 ), 352, 504, 

722. 723. 724. S94, 895, 9.39 

- Benjamin 6 (7223. 394, 569 

— Benjamin 7 (11023 (Benjamin", Benja- 

min 5 ), 471, 677. 875 

- Benjamin 7 (135S) (Benjamin", Joseph?), 

504, 722. 894 

- Benjamin 7 (1517a), 545 

— Benjamin 7 (10471. .300 



I n d e x 



1019 



ill, Benjamin" (2320), 678 
Benjamin B. s (2395), 692 
Benjamin Dump (1952), 609, 610, 

940, 971 
Benjamin F. T (960e), 141 
Benjamin Franklin ( 683 ), 388 
Benjamin Franklin s (2589), 723, 8! 
Benjamin Osgood'-' (3229), 826 
Benjamin Russell s (2C.nl ), 72:; 
Bernard 7 ( 1312), 494, 495, 70S 
Bert 5 (1903). 600 
Bertha Bovnton (3311), 831, 942 
Bertha Bradford 10 (3983 l, 953, 973 
Bertha (Buckingham), 905 
Bertha Wiley 9 (3154), 814 
Bessie* (I960), 6 15. s2s 
Bessie E.° (3777). 922 
Bessie Emma 10 (3970) 953, 972 
Bethel P. 7 (1602). 562, 7*0, 925 
Betsev (369), 300, 423 
Betsey 6 (556), 350 
Betsev (565), 352 
Betsev (632), 374 
Betsev (656), 383 
Betsev (675), 3S7 
Betsev 7 (729), 398, 399, 400 
Betsev 7 (792). 417 
Betsej' 7 (1310), 495, 707 
Betsev 7 (1438), 525 
Betsey 7 (1469), 535, 77.:, 
Betsey A. 7 (1494). 541. 703 
Betsev Caroline 8 (2007). 742 
Betsey (Dorr). 4 12 
Betsey (Jeffrey), 4 
l?etse\ (Johnson), 522. 9()3 
Betsev (Roberts), 569 
Beulah May 9 (317m, 818 
Blaine (323,7), 826 
Blanche 9 (3300), 831 
Blanche Edna 9 (3338), S39 
Bradford Stanwood 8 (2141 ), 046 
Burt Jerome 8 (2306). 692 
Burton 5 (1004). 600 
Cadv Orlo 9 (3575). 885 
Caleb Nichols 7 (1481), 530, 759, 

913, 966 
Calista 7 (1252). 479 
Calvin 5 (267) (J/oses 4 ), 26,o, 276, 

562 
Calvin (465) (Ebenezer 5 ), 307, 

441, 503. 007 
Calvin''' (616), 376. 536 
Calvin 7 (022), 137 
Calvin Harleigh 7 (960), 441, 618 
Calvin Ketchum 7 (1477). 536, .57. 

965 

■ Canfield (580) (Josiah 5 ), 35S. 

510, 72!) 
Cara Loretta 7 (850). 426 
Carl William'-' (37,50). 881 
Carlos 7 (866), 427. 599 
Caroline 7 (882), 433 
Caroline 7 (1019), 450, 631 
Caroline 5 (2033), 627. 836 
Caroline 1 ' (3403), S40 
Caroline A. 5 (1822), 588 
Caroline Brownell 10 (3900), 937 
Caroline Frances'-' (3583), SS0, 957 
Caroline Maria 10 (4089), 970 
Caroline Seviah 8 (2531), 70S 

■ Caroline Wallace 7 (919). 437, 607 
Carol vn Mercer (3769). 017 
Carolvn Rose 9 (3673), 898 

■ Carrie (3079), 807 

■ Carrie 9 (3725). Oil 

■ Carrie Adelle s (2413), 695, SSI 
• Carrie Grace 8 (2763), 765 

■ Case Leonard 9 (3753), 915 



3-» 
437. 



911. 

5oo, 



rill, ( ,i -i ..i t- Stephen 5 (2736), 762. 91 1 

- * assius* ( 1377 I. 507, 727 

- ( atherine ( 581 ). 37,6. 35s. 509 

- Catherine 7 (1482), 536 

- Catherine Browning' (786), 417 

- ( Catherine (< 'anfield ), 358. 510 

- I athi rine I-:. 5 (1721 >. 576 

- Catherine Isabella 5 ( L944), 60s 

- < ai herine Maria 5 ( 2700 ), 737 

- ( en sco P.I :i 1 5 ( 2010 I, 724 

- ( eresco P, 1 ' 1 ( 261 I 1, 724 

- Chandler 7 (1331), 107. 198 

- ( lui les ( broi Iter oi I <aac Blakeman ) , 34 

- Charles (311 ). 294 

- ( :harles 7 ( 783 ), 416 

- ( harles 7 (854 ). 426. 507 

- ( harles 7 (1222). 477 

- Charles 7 ( 1 184 1. 7,37 

- Charles 7 (1488), 538 

- < hail,- 7 ( 1586), 559 

- ( !harles s I 1855), 594, S12 

- Charles 5 (107,6), 610 

- Charles 5 (1972i), 619 

- Charles 8 (2695), 752 

- Charles 5 (2769a I, 769 

- Charles 9 (3014 I, 707 

- Charles 9 (3109), S09 

- < lharles 9 (3746), 91 I 

- Charles A. J. s (1702 ). 5S3 

- Charles Albert 8 (called "Adelbi n ( .") 

(277,1), 761, 01 s 

- Charles Augustus 7 (1445), 526 

- Charles Baker 7 1 1590 I, 560 

- Charles Baker 5 (2039), 627, 538, 339, 

042. 043. 044 

- Charles E. s (2711 1, 758 

- ( harles Edward 8 ( 2389), 692 
Charles Edward 8 (26,7,!)), 735, 000 

- Charles Edward 9 (333.7 I, S39 

- Charles Edward 9 (3684 ). 901 

- Charles Elam 8 (2732). 761 

- Charles Eugene 8 (2541 1, 710. SS7 

- Charles Ei gene s (2588), 721, 893 

- Charles Ephraim'-' (3620). s03 

- Charles F. I ': I, 407, 

- Charles K. 5 (1980), 620, 830 

- Charles I'. (3101 ). 808, 936 

( lharles Franklin 5 (2528), 70S 

- Charles II. 5 (2S75), 7SS 

- Charles Heman 8 < 1872), 597, 814 

- diaries Henrv (694 ). 389 

- ( harles Henrv 8 (1713). 7,72. 796 

- Charles Jarvis 9 (3772). 017 

- Charles Julian 8 (204S), 730 

- Charles Ketchum 7 (14S0), 172. 7,36, 

758, 911 

- Charles Ketchum 8 (2715). 759 

- Charles Ketchum 9 (3719), 908 

- Charles Leon (3560), >-l 

- Charles Merritt 8 (2892), 793 

- Charles Merritt 9 (377- 1, 922 

- Charles Mills (374S), 91 1 

- Charles X. 7 ( 1601 I, 562 

- Charles Peabodv 9 (363S), S94, 95!) 

- Charles Pinkne'v 7 1 1604 1. 562 

- Charles Robert 7 (123c,, (David 9 ), 47S, 

607,. 881 

- Charles Ross 8 (2501), 760 

- Charles Sewall 7 (992 1, 145 

- Charles Sidle 5 (2738), 762. 01 I 

- Charles Sidnev 8 (2603), 723 

- Charles Smill, 5 (2676). 32, 524, 71 1 

- Charles Virgil 8 (2842), 784 

- Charles Volnev 10 (3905 1, 938 

- Charles Warren 9 (3644). 896 

- Charles Weston 9 (3578 ). 885, 956, ''71 

- Charles William 7 ( 1444 ), 526 
Charlie Bera (3555), —l 



1020 



Aver ell, Averill, Avery Family 



rill, Charlie AV. S (2853), 786 

- Charlotte 7 (938), 439 
Charlotte 7 (1224), 47S, 691 
Charlotte 8 (2547), 712 

- Charlotte (3151), S13 

- Charlotte Baker 6 (678), 387, 561 

- Charlotte E. (Sanders), 736 

- Charlotte W. 8 (2547), 712, SS7 

- Chester (024). 373, 374, .341, 763 
Chester 7 (S94), 435, 604 

Chester 7 (.1453) (Nathaniel ), 534, 747, 

905 
Chester 8 (2686), 747, 905 

- Chester'- 1 (3702). 

- Chester 9 (3812), 928 

- Chester Baldwin 9 (3589), 88S, 957 
Chester H. 17-' (3603), 890 
Chester Henry 10 (3933), 944 
Chili 7 (1329), 497, 498, 714. 715 

- Chili 8 (25HO). 715, 889, 958 
Chili 9 (3500). son 

- Chili L. E. 9 (3002), 890 

- Chloe 6 (601), 364, 518, 519 
Clara 8 (1906), 600, S16 
Clara 8 (2768g), 769 

- Clara 8 (2869), 788 

- Clara (3102), 808, 936 

- Clara Belle 9 (3333), S3S 

- Clara Belle 10 (4070). 966 

- Clara Blanche 9 (3822), 020. 970 
Clara Laird 9 (3030), 70s 
Clara Lavan 8 (2416), 695, 881 

( la i a Lucile 10 (4084), 969 
( lata T. 8 (1942). 007 

- Clara Wheaton 9 (3693), 905 

- Clarence B. 8 (2609), 724 

- Clarence C. 8 (1007), 014 
Clarence Melville 8 (1959), 612 

- Clarence Walworth 8 (2705), 757 

- | Clarina 6 (61S), 366, 370, 537 
I Clarissa 

Clarina' (1402). 535. 752, 753 

Clarinda( a ) 6 (5S9), 300 

Clarinda Brass" (594), 360, 515, 516 

- Clarissa 6 (335), 294 
Clarissa 7 (15171). 540. 770 
Clarissa 8 ( 1787), 583 
Clark 7 (S4S). 425 

Claud E. 10 (3923), 940, 071 

- Claude Samuel 9 (3781 ). 923 
Clementine 1 (958), 411 
Clementine E. 8 (1072), 618 

Clinton Spaulding 7 (923), 311, 437, 503, 

007, 008 
Clvde 1 " (3987), 954 
Clyde A.. 8 (2454), 697 

- Cera Belle x (2392), 692, 880 
Cora Marceline 10 (4031 ), 959 
Cora (Wilkins), 041 
Corinne 9 (3827), 930 
Cornelia 7 (1439), 525, 744. 745 

- Cornelia Abigail 8 (2702). 705 

( ornelia M. 8 (1724), 574, 575. 576 
Currence! :l ) r ' (264 ), 270 
Currence( b ) 6 (268), 200, 270 
Cynthia 7 (1540). 554. 775 
Cvnthia .lolia 7 (1552), 557 
Cynthia (Russell ), 386 
Cvrus i -i. 336 

Cyrus 7 (829) (Solomon 6 ), 421, 591, 810 
Cyrus 8 (2859), 7s7 
Cvrus B. 2nd s (2103), 030 
(m'os Edward (3806), 926, 000 
<\ mis Edward 10 (4083), 969 
Daisy Anna Elizabeth 10 (4077c), 90S 
Hal." (3745), 01 ( 

Damon Rivers 8 (2693), 752. 906, 002. 
07 1 



999; 999; 



145, 146, 242, 
249, 253, 254, 



rill, Damon Rivers 10 (4062), 962, 974 
Dana Albert 10 (3920). 041 

- Daniel, et al., 9S6 : OSS 

999; 1001; 1002 

- Daniel 2nd. I004 

- Daniel (171). See 
David (171) 

- Daniel 7 ( ), 335 

Daniel 4 (so) (Isaac"), 

244, 245. 246, 247 
250, 259, 260, 201, 262, 263, 264, 
265, 268, 269, 366, 309, 370, 371, 
373, 374, 535, 536, 537, 538, 541, 
542, 543, 544, 545, 546, 752, 753, 
754, 755, 756, 757, 75S, 759, 760, 
761, 702, 763, 764, 765, 7G6, 767, 
768, 769, 770, 906, 907, 908, 911, 
913, 914, 915, 916, 917, 918, 921, 
022, 023, 024, 962, 903, 964, 965, 
900, 067, 968. 909, 974 
Daniel, Jr. 5 (253) (Daniel 4 , Isaac*), 
265, 366, 370, 371, 372, 373, 374, 
541. 542, 543, 544, 545, 763, 764, 
705, 700, 707, 70S, 015, 916, 917, 
918, 921, 907, 968, 969, 986 
- Daniel 6 (328) (Gideon 5 ), 291, 416, 
585, 5S6, 809 

- Daniel 6 (387), 303, 433 

- Daniel 6 (548) (John 5 , Paul 4 ), 34S, 349, 

402, 493, 404, 704, 705, 706, 881, 
SS2, SS3, S84, SS5, 952, 953, 954, 
955, 056. 971, 072. 973, 974 

- Capt. Daniel, 2nd 6 (02S) (Daniel 6 ), 

366, 374, 542, 543, 765, 766, 921, 
1003 

- Daniel 6 (705) (Joseph 5 ), 393, 563, 564, 

7S7, 7SS, 789, 926, 927, 928, 929, 
009, 070 

- Daniel 7 (1219), 477 

- Daniel 7 (1223) (Samuel*) 

880 

- Daniel 7 (1303) (Daniel ) 

S81 SS^ 
Daniel 7 ' (1303) (Dudley*) 
S96, S97 

- Daniel 7 (149S) (David ), 542, 764, 918 
Daniel 7 (1514), 545 

Daniel 8 (2511 ), 705 

- Daniel 8 (2S03), 7S8 

- Daniel David" (3504). 882 
Daniel Lemuel 8 (2385), 001 

- David, et al., 9SS ; 99S ; 1004 

- David 

See Daniel 4 (89) 

- David 7 (?). 415 

David 5 (171) (Ebenezer 4 ), 105. 306, 

307, 30S, 438, 439, 440, 492, 493, 

104, 00S, 000, 010, 611, 612, 613, 

014, 615, 616, S25, 826. 827, 828, 

040, 001, 002 
David 6 (302), 207. 209 
David 6 . See 
Daniel 6 (548) 
David 6 (418) (David 5 ), 30S, 440, 613, 

014, 015, 016. S2S 
David 6 (027) (Daniel 5 ), 373. 374, 541, 

703, 704, 915, 916, 017, 91S, 967, 

00S, 000 
David 7 (S32) (Obrd°), 297, 421, 592, 

811 
David 7 (035) (Ethan"), 439, 612, S27, 

828 
David 7 (12 12), 470 
David. Jr. 7 (1503), 542. 764 
David Alonzo 8 (1839), 592, Sll 
David Branard 8 (2402), 693 
David C. s (1972g) (Moses''), 019, 829, 

941 



477, 690, 
493, 704, 



508, 



8, 



Index 



1021 



Averill, David F., Jr. 7 (043) (David ), 440, 

614, 828, 91S, 968, 969 
David Jordan 9 (3251), 82S 

David Merrill 9 (3566), 883 

- David Merrill 10 (3989), 954 

David Morton s (1901), 612, S28 

David Ransom" (514) (Thomas?), 339, 

341, 47S, 692, 093, 094, 095, 880, 
881 

David Ransom 7 (1230). 47S, G92 

David Townsend 7 (S52), 425, 590, S13 

David W. 7 (1248), 479 

- David Weston 7 (1305) (Daniel 1 '), 493, 

705. 700, SS3, 884, 885, 952. 953, 
954, 955, 950, 971, 972. 97::, 974, 
1003 

- Deborah (555), 350 

- Deborah Hannah 8 (28S9), 793 

- Dedsaix s (1878), 59S 

- Deidamia 6 (636a), 377. 546, 547 

- Denton 8 (1911), 602, 81S 
Denton Cecil 9 , SIS 

- "Doctor" 7 (1285), 486 

- Dolly (602), 364. 519, 520, 737 

- Dolly ( ), 704 

I)..lh lin-.v ( 1423). 523. 7::s 
Dora s (2144). 040. Mr. 

A Ve ?iV i l Dorcas, 14, 16, 51, 52 
Averell, ) 

Averill, Dorothv 5 (152), 179 

Dorothv (319 i, 2'") 

Dorothv (340). 294 

- Dorothv 9 (3094). 905 

- Dorothv 9 (309s), 905 

- Dorothv 11 (4211). 97:: 

- Dorothy Mabel 9 (3238), S26 

Dorothv (Whittlesey), 363 

- Dudley 5 (237) (Joseph 4 ), 238, 240, 211, 

354, 355, 350, 359, 507, 508, 72b, 
S96, 897 
-Dudley 6 (575a) (Dudley 5 ), 23S, 350. 
059. 507, 50S, 72s, 896, 897 

Eade (Ilutchins), 272, 273, 274, 275 

- Earl Amos 9 (3784), 923, 969 

- Earl M. 9 (3540), 879 

Eben 7 , 209 

Eben 7 (920) (,l.w°). 438, 009. 825, 

826, 827 

Eben 7 (950), 440. 617 

Eben s (19721.), 618 

Ebenezer, et al., 229 ; 990 

Averill, Ebenezer (226). See 
Averell, Ebenezer (226) 
Averill. Ebenezer 4 (Paul 3 ), 142 

Ebenezer 4 (71) (Thomas'- 1 ), 13'. 

Ebenezi r 4 ( '? ). 339 
Ebenezer 5 (?), 336 

Ebenezer 5 (170) (Ebenezer 1 , John?), 

194. 306, 307, 430. 437, 438, 111, 
005, ooo, on;, 609, oio. Oil, 012, 
S25 

Ebenezer 5 (200), 227 

Averill. | Ebenezer 5 (219) (Abijah*), 233. 
Averell, (234. 341, 342. 343. 3 11. Iso, 481, 

482, 097, 698, 699, 994. 995, 999 
Averill, ( Ebenezer 3rd (403) (Ebenezer 5 ), 
I Eben. 

307. 436, 607. S25. S42 
Averill. Ebenezer Hubbard 7 (1301) 

Edgar Adalbert 9 (3277). 830 

Edgar Eugene 8 < 2771111. 771. 923, 909 

Edgar F. 7 ~(1491), 539, 762, 914 

Edgar Francis 8 (2S34), 7S4 

Edgar Waite 10 (407!)). 909 

EdisonC) 8 (2027), 727 

EdisonC') 8 (2035). 728 

- Edith (700). 393 

- Edith 9 (3150), 813 



Averill, Edith 9 (3768), 923 

Edith Amanda 9 (3241), 827, 940 
Edith Evi hn 1 " (3913), 940 
Edith S. s (2451), 097 
Edith Weston 10 (3973), 953 

- Edmond Heath s (2756), 764 
Edmund M. 9 (323 1 ), 826 

■ Edmund Morris 7 ( I 199 l, 542, 704 
Edna Amelia s (2668), 742 

- Edna Rachel'-'. Ms 

- Edward, et al., 18 : 23 

- Edward' 1 (527). 34 4 

- Edward 6 (534;i i. 345 

Edward 7 (1231) (David ft. , Thomas 6 ), 

339, 340, 478, 693, 880 

- Edward 7 (1286), 187 

- Edward 7 (1374), 500 

- Edward 8 (1856), 594 

- Edward 8 (2041 ). 027, 839, 94 1 

- Edward" (2020), 727 

- Edward 8 (2033), 727 

- Edward 9 (3012), 790 

- Edward Augustus 8 (1S13), 587 

- Edward C. 1 " (3932), 9 13 

- Edward E. 7 (1404), 513 

- Edward Everett 9 (3640), 895 

- Edward Franklin 7 (1548), 50 7 

- Edward Humphrey 8 (2652), 730 

- Edward Mark 9 (3612), 891 
Edward Marshall 8 (3734), 912, 900 
Edward Putnam 7 (1302). 504, 724 

- Edward Scott 9 (2321 ), 836, 912 

- Edward Sullivan 8 (2571), 71-, 892, 959 
Edward Wilson 9 (2170), S15, 936, 937 

- Edward Wilson, Jr. 10 (3901), 937 

- Edwin' (-57), 120 

Edwin 7 (867), 127. ooo. 815, 816 

- Edwin 8 (2810). 7S1 

- Edwin Low 1 " ( 4004 ), 962 

- Edwin Paxton 7 i I 100), 5 1:: 

- Edwin Rufus 9 (3008), 794 
Edwin Wallace 8 (1S17), 588 

- Effie s (1071 ). op, 

- Effie F. s (1960), on, S2S 
: fie (Givi . ni. 97o 
I ' i M. s (2849), 7S6, 92 i 

- Elaine Clara 10 (3920), 940 
Elbridge 8 (1887), 599 

- - El. anor 7 (1023). 505 

Eleanor Harriett 10 (4077.1). 96S 

- Eleanor Rebi cca 10 (3921), 940 

- Eleanor Upton s (21 10), 640 

- El. i \ . r. ' (3232). S20 

Electa (01- ), 339, U 

- Electa 6 (070;. 3S7, 559 

- — Electa 8 (2405), 693 

Electa Maria 8 (2735) , i ! 

- Electa Philura 8 (1825), 5S8 
Elibe 7 (960d), 441 

Elilni Barber 7 (1372). 500. 727 

Elihu Baxter 7 ( 073 i (John", E 

in!), 5 '). 209, ! 13. 620, 531, 94] 

- Elijah 5 ('?). 220. 337 
Elijah 5 (172) (Ebenezer*), 195, 

309. 440. (92, 017. 991, 992 
Elijah 5 (209), 227 

Elijah- (2 31 ). 230. 350 

Averill, Elijah 6 (402). 207. See also 
Averill, Elijah (419) (Elijah 5 ). 307, 

4(0, o]7 

Elijah (501) i 1/-// /.-"). 351. 503, 718 

Elijah 7 (720). 398, 399. 400 

- Elijah 7 (951). 440. 617 
Elijah 7 (1348), 503, 71- 

Elijah Stoddard 11 (595). 360 

- Eliphalet 6 (599) (P, y 45 ), 364. 310. 
517, 521. 7.34. 733. 899, 900, 959 

- Eliphalet 8 (2636), 729 



942 



!08 ; 



3 09. 



1022 



Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 



Eliphalet 8 (2660), 736, 901, 959 

Averill, / Gen. Elisha s (261), (Moses 4 ), 269, 
Averv, J270, 338, 373, 377, 378, 379, 380, 

381, 3S2, 388, 550, 560 
Averill, Elisha (606), 364 

Elisha Henry 8 (1875), 597 
i lisha I'.- (652), 381, 382 

- Elisha Peck s (265S), 7:;.", 

- Eliza (679), 388 
Eliza (881), 433 
Eliza' (934 ). 439 

- Eliza 7 (1021), 450, 632 

- Eliza 7 (1241), 479 

- Eliza 7 ( 125] ). 479 

- Eliza 7 (1546), 557, 779 
Eliza 7 i 1632), 566, 790 

- Eliza" ( 1820), 588 

- Eliza 8 (2720), 760 

- Eliza A. 7 (1627), 565 

I liza Ann 7 (7S5). 416, 5S4 

- Eliza B.' ; (670), 387, 559 
Eliza (Conant), 497, 711 
Eliza Eoote 9 (3775), 91 S, 969 

■ Eliza Jane (590), 360 

Eliza Jane 7 (1001), 44S, 629 

- Eliza Jane 7 (1421), 520, 707 

- Eliza Jane 8 ( -2(191). 635 

- Eliza Jennie 7 (1412). 515 

- Eliza M. 8 (2546), 71 2. 887 
Eliza Winter 8 (2330), 679 
Elizabeth 6 (143 I, 176, 177 

- Elizabeth 6 (196) 223 

- Elizabeth 6 (326), 291 

Elizabeth (532), 344, 4S2 

- Elizabeth (5S2), 358 

Elizabeth (63S), 377 

Elizabeth 7 (1161). 471 

- Elizabeth' (1208), 470 

- Elizabeth 7 (1346), 352, 503, 504, 505 

- Elizabeth 7 (1304), 505 

- Elizabeth 7 ( 1 163), 535 

- Elizabeth 8 (2070), 632 

- Elizabeth 8 (2410), 693 

- Elizabeth" (2574 ), 718 

Elizabeth (3200), 823 

Elizabeth 9 (3290), S30 

- Elizabeth 9 (3324), S37, 942 

- Elizabeth Adeline 9 (3642), S95 

- Elizabeth Amanda 8 I 1S62 I, 595 

- Elizabeth Ann 8 (1957), 012 

- Elizabeth (Austin), 351 

- Elizabeth Bovnton 9 (3315), S35 

- Elizabeth Cunningham 9 (3318), 836 

- Elizabeth Elli n T | 1 103), 513 

- Elizabeth H. s (2771), 771, 923 
Elizabeth Lord( a ) s (2312), 077 

- Elizabeth T,ord( b ) s (2313), 077 

- Elizabeth Malissa 6 (592), 360, 514 
Elizabeth Morgan 7 (788), 417 

- Elizabeth (Morgan) Johnson, 291 
Elizabeth Phebe 8 (2768c), 708 

- Elizabeth Rose 10 (3903), 9:17 

- Elizabeth Sarah 8 (2138), 646 

- Elizabeth (Stoddard), 360 

Elizabeth ( ) Wall, 297, 29S 

Ella 8 (244::). 696 

- Ella 8 (2562), 716, 890 

- Ella Utgusta 9 i 35S2), 886, 950, 957 
Ella Ethel 10 (394 I ). 940 

Ella ( Memmingwav ). 923 

- Ella Lucretia 9 (3576), 885 

- Ella Mae' 1 (3783 ). 92:1 

I'll. i Matilda 8 I 1930a), 604, 824 
Ella Portia (Geiger), 938 
Ella Wrightson 9 (3615), S92 
lll.n 7 (1535), 549 

- Ellen 8 i 1931 ), 60* 



. ... I Ellen Frances 8 (1838), 592 
AvenI1 > | Cynthia Ellen 

- Ellen Hodges s (2322), 678 
Ellen Jenks 9 (3009), 794 

Ellen M. 8 (1935), 005 
Ellen Maria 8 (1915), 602 
Ellen Maria" (2665), 742 

- Ellen Mills" (20,74). 744 
Ellen Savage 8 (1997 >, 022, S32 

- Elbe C. 8 ( 1924 ). 603 

- Ehna Lavinia 8 (1832), 592 

- Elmer James 10 (0925), 941 

- Elmira 8 ( 1929). 003, S24 
Elmira (Lawson), 603 

- Elnora Elizabeth 9 (35S0), 8S5 

- Elvira 7 ( 1549), 557, 7S0 

- Elvira Eliza 7 (1501), 542 
Elzina 8 (2301), 690 

- Emaline ( ), 72S 

- Emeline 7 (1235), 478, 694 
Emerson Moses" (1551), 557 

- Emery' (1630), 565 
Emery Howell 8 (1960), 612 

- Emily' (1390), 509, 729 

- Emily' (1536), 549, 774 

- Emily A. 7 (1077). 460, 647 

- Emily Caroline 8 (2536), 710 

- Emily Philura 8 (1S50), 594 

- Emily S. 7 (1214 ). 477 

- Emilv Susan 8 (2759). 704. 91S 

Emma 4 (50) {John-), 123, 183, 193, 

422 
Emma 7 < 1470 i, 536 
Emma 8 (2701), 765 

- Emma 9 (3723), 911, 905 

- Emma Browne!! 1 . (3904 ). 937 

Emma Christine 9 (3675), S99 

- Emma Clara s (2129), 641, 844 

- Emma Kate" (2790), 779, 924 

- Emma L. s (1936), 605, S24 

- Emma O. 9 (3664), 896 
Emma li." (2876), 7SS, 929 

- Emma Rose 9 (3329), S3S 
Emmeline Trivett 8 (203S), 627, S38 

- Emmi I Dolph s (2795), 779 
Averill, Enoch (190). See 
Averell, Enoch (190) 

Averill, Deacon Enos 7 (997), 210, 316, 447, 
627 

- Enos "Carlton" 8 (2044), 62S 
Averill, Ephraim. See 

Averell, Ephraim (112) 
Averill, Ephraim 5 (242). 241 

- Ephraim (560), 351 

- Fphraim' (812), 419. 5SS 

- Ephraim 8 < 1821 ). 5SS 

- Ephraim Meachanr (1517n), 375, 545, 

540. 770. 923, 924, 969 

- Frastus (329), 291. 417 

Ernest (35SS), 887 

Ernest Le Roy 9 (3705), 916, 968 

- Ernestine Louise 10 (391S), 940 
Ervin ll. ;i (3376), S43 
Esther' (86) (Isaac'), 146, 241 
Esther' (257), 266 

Esther 6 (690), 3S8 
Esther 8 (1893), 600, S15 

- Esther (3017), S92 

- Esther 9 (3037). S94 
Esther Emma 8 (2768a), 70S 

- Esther Marguerite 10 (4077e), 968 
Esther (Walker). 140 

- Esther Zelima 7 (1009). 500. 725 

Ethan 9 (414), 308, 439, 612, 827, 82S 

- Ethel M. 11 (4207). 972 

- Eugene 8 (2684 ). 7 15 

- Eugene -1." (23.75), 337, 690, S79 

- Eugene Wilson 9 (3316). S35 



I n d e x 



1023 



Averill, Eula Elizabeth 10 (3922), 040 

- Eula Elizabeth 10 ( 1009), 956 

Eunice 6 (327), 291 

- Eunice 6 (631 ). 374, 543, 544 

Eunice 7 ( 700 i, H7 

Eunice ( ), 310 

- Eunice Almira 10 (4077f), 968 

- Eunice Ann 7 ( 1500), 542 

Eunice (Calhoun), 371 

- Eunice Eliza 8 (2662), 736, 902 

- Eunice Maria 7 ( 1422), 520, 7::7 

- Eunice Marion 10 (3915 ), 940 
Eunice S. 7 CUT ), 436 

Eunice White 7 (1419), .317 

Eunis 6 (653 I, 383 

Euphemia Ann" (2831), 7S4 

Euphemia Elizabeth* (1885), 599 

Evah Maud (3174), 817 

Evander 7 (740), 402, 574. 575, 799 

Evander s (1729), -"1,4, 575, 576 

- Evelena 9 (3255), 829, 041 

- Evelvn Lois 11 (4213), 074 

- Evelvn Maria 8 (1866), 500 

Experience 6 (363 ). 299 

Ezekiel 4 (60), 128, 200, 224, 225 

- Ezekiel 4 (80) (Paul 3 ), 142 
Averill, Ezekiel (1S4). See 
Averell, Ezekiel (184) 

Averill, Ezekiel 5 ( 19S), 223 
Ezekiel 8 (2125), 637, 843 

Ezra 6 (396), 305 

! anna" ( 340), 294 

Fanny 6 ( 417 1, 308 

Fanny 6 < 639), 377, 548 

Fanny 7 ( 131 1; ). 195 

Fanny 8 1 1972e), 619 

Fanny s (2516), 705, SS2 

Fann'v 8 < 2683 ), 745 

- FannV Bradford 7 (916), 436, 007 

- Fannv Gilman (3145), 812 

Fay Eben 9 (3227), 826 

- Felix Eugene 10 (4065), 002 

- Fitch C. 6 (051), 3S1, 382 

- Flora 7 (1568), .",7,0 

- Flora Ada 8 (2800), 780, '.12:. 

- Flora Ella 6 (1876), 597 

Flora Ethel 1 " (3!i74), 953, 971 

1 lora Howes s (l>7n), 596, 813 

Florence 8 (2157), <;47 

Florence" (2446), 696 

Florence Adele 8 (2034). 004 

Florence Estelle 9 (3199), 823 

Florence Gertrude 10 (3931), 943 

Florence Irene 1 " (3860), 934 

Florence Malvina 8 (1000), 621 

- llorence Malvinia 8 (2002), 022, S35 

Florence Maria" (2014), 725 

- Florence Mildred 1 ' (3300), 831 

- Florence Nightingale 10 (4000), 954, 974 

- Fordis 8 (516), 330, 341, 479 

Fordis 7 (1243), 47<i 

- Fordis 7 (1253), 480 

Foresto E. 9 (3253), 820, 940, 071 

Forrester Wallace* (2070), 745 

- Frances 9 (3302), S31 

- Frances Celia 7 (1563), 558, 782 

- Frances E. 6 (671), 3S7 

Frances Eliza 7 (1508), 543, 767 

Frances Jane 7 (1347), 503 

- Frances L. c (540), 340, 4S7 

- Francis 6 (495), 330, 472 

- Francis 7 (784), 416 

Francis A. 8 (2068), 632 

Francis Eugene 9 (3708), 907, 962, 974 

Frank 7 (1008), 562 

Frank 8 ( 1804), 585 

Frank s (2866), 7SS, 928, 970 

Frank 10 (3991), 954 



rill, Frank Alexander 9 (3533). S79 
I- rank Hull. .rk 7 ( L057 ), 313, 453, 636 

- Frank C. s (2102), 636 

- Frank G. 10 ( 1087 1, 970 

- Frank I.. on s ( 2622 1. 726, 396 

- Frank Llovd 9 (3720 i, 'mi-. 964, 965 
Frank M. s (3550), 380 

Frank K,,Iliii* (278S), ""77. 

Frank Schoppe 8 (2873), 788, 028, 929 

- Frank Weston' 1 1986), 621 

- Frank Wheeler 8 1 266 1 ), 736 

- Frank William ( 3690 i . 902 

- Frank Wilson 10 1 1016), 958, 974 

- Franklin 7 (1328) (.7, ■■■■■ ' 1 . 197, 498, 

714. 8S8, 389, 9 18, 974 
Franklin 8 ( 1976), 619 

- Franklin E. 8 (1854), 594 
Franklin Pi rkins 8 ( 25 10), 710 
Fred 9 (3016), 797 

- Fred 10 (?), 790 

Fred Amos 8 < IS49 I, 594 

- Fred B. 8 (2789), 775 

Fn d < Irosby 8 ( 1S03), 585, 309 

- Fred M. s (2850), 780 

- Fred Wilson (331 I ), S35 

- Freddie 9 (3779), 022 
Frederic Albion s (2000), 622 
I rederick \.aron 9 (3818 1, 928 

- Frederick (lark' 1 1 3679), 899 

- Frederick Eugene 8 ( I860), 595 
Frederick Lawton (3760), 916, 967 
Frederick Lewis 9 (3197 I, 823 

- Frederick S. s (2717), 760 
Frederick William 6 (60S) (Perry 5 ), 

364, 525. 744. 745 

- Garra 7 (1450) (Xathaniel ), 534, 740. 

747. 0(17, 
< !i - rge, et al., 23 ; 23 
George 6 (444), 313 
( .1 orge 6 ( 536 1. 346 
Gi orge 7 ( 855), 426, 597 

- (leorge 7 (878), 433 

- George 7 (960c), 4 41 

- George 7 (975), I 13. 021, 832, 835 

- (in, rye 7 (1265), 1-1 
George 7 ( 1367), 505 
George 7 ( 13-3 |, 5117 

George 7 ( 1490), 539, 761, 913, 91 I 
George 7 (1621), 565 
1 ge 8 (1802), 583 

- George s ( 1994 I, 621 
<: 'ge s (2408), 693 

- George 8 (2414 ), 695 

- George 8 (2608 1, 723 

- George 8 (2004), 752 
George 8 (2708), 757, 911, •m:> 
George A. 7 (1247), 340. 470, 000 
George A. s (2886), 701 

George Ubi rt 9 (3010), 704 
George Barrett 9 1 37,7,7). 881 
George Baxter s (1985), 621, 831, 041 
Gi orge Baxter 9 (330-). 831 

- George C. 7 (780), 416, 583 
George <~'. s ( 1704 ). 583 

- George Clark* (2888), 793, 930 

- George Clark. Jr. 9 (3828), 930 

- George Edward (3711). 907, 002 
George F. s (1789), 583 

George F. 9 (3131), 812 

- George Franklin" (1815) (Thomas 7 ), 

7,-7 
George Franklin 8 (2552) (Franklin 7 ), 

714. 388, 958, 974 
George Franklin 9 (3584) (George*), 

886, 956 

- George Frederick 8 (2737), 70-2 
■ George f;. s (1003). 014 

George Granville 8 (2540), 711, 712 



1024 



Aver ell, Ave rill, Avery Family 



verill, George II. s ( 2326), 678 
George Henry 8 (2617), 726 
George Herman 9 (3666), 896 

— George J. 8 (2325), 678 

— George Leonard 8 (2612), 725 

George Marshall 8 (2748), 763, 915, 967, 
968 

— George Milo s (2731), 761 
George Stearns 5 (ls52), 594 

George W. 7 (1221), 477 

— George W. 9 (3400), S44 

— George Walter 3 (3760), 916 

— George Warren 7 (1643), 56S, 792, 929, 

930, 931 
Capl George Washington 8 (1781), 171, 
5S2, 5S3, SOS, 936 

— George William 3 (3591). S90 

— George Woodbury 8 (2529), 70S, S85, 

957 

— Georgia 9 (3328), 838, 94:: 
Georgia Mav 9 (3233), 826 

- Gerry C. T (936), 4::9 

— Gertie 9 (3299). S3! 

- Gertie Bell 9 (3136), SI 2 

— Gertrude Agnes 10 (4073), 966 

— Gertrude D. 9 (3661 ). 896 
G, sire' (960a), 441 

Gideon 5 (145) (Jabi :'). 175, 176, 177, 
259, 289, 290, 291, 416, 417, 5S4, 
585, 586, 809 

— Gideon 6 (336). 294 

- Gideon Barber 6 (573), 354, 355, 506 
Gilbert 6 (635c), 375 

— Gittv 6 (658), 382, 383 

— Gladice 9 (3558), SSI 

— Gladvs 11 (4208), 973 

— Glenn M. 9 (3193), S20, 939 

— Goldie 9 (3240), 826 

- Grace'-' (3017), 797 

Grace 9 (3301 ), 831 

- Grace ( ), 881 

— Grace A. s (2 147), 696 

Grace O. 9 (3662), 896 

Grace Gushing 9 (3309), 831 

— Grace Julia'' (3697), 005 

- Grace Leon 10 (3859), 934 

— Grace Lillian 9 (3609), sol. 95S 
Grace Lillian" 1 c;om>>. or,:; 

G ci Piatt 9 (3722 I, 908 
Grace Rhoda 10 I 1002), 955 

- Granl \. 5 (24 18), 696 

- Granville Clifford' (915), 436, 437, 607, 

Grei nli .ii r (960b). I II 

— Gi:lia s ( 1925 ). 603, 823 
Guy Terry 8 (2804), 780 

Hannah (?), 567, 568 

II mnah 3 ( 13), 89, 92, 96, 97 

Hannah 4 I 76) ( Thomas 3 ), 135, 136, 137 

Hannah 4 (85) (Isaac 3 ), 1 16 

Hannah 6 (247), "II 

(389), 303 

(521 I, 339, 341 

(55S), 350 

(623), 370 
Hannah' (817), 120, 588 

(S3J ), 121, 422 

(920), 137 
HannahC)' (1313), 195 
II;, mi, I, Ci 7 (1315), 495 
Hannah' ( 1333), 19S 
Hannah' (1341), 502, 7 17 
Hannah' I 1356 I, 504 
Hannah 8 i IS10), 5S7 
Hannah ( -). 567, 56S 
Hannah Caroline 8 ( 1712), 572, 796 
Hannah E. I Atkinson i, 641 



A verill, Hannah 



(French) V 
(Perkins) ( 495 




l(Wilkins) / 

Hannah Matilda 5 (2569). 717 

Hannah (Miles), 376, 377 

- Hannah (Perkins), 350 

— - Hannah Rosanna 5 (1S42), 592 

Hannah Tyler' (1511), 545, 768 

- Hannah (Wildes), 294 

Hannibal 8 (1972k), 619 

- Hannibal Wales 7 (S75), 432, 602 
Harley Luther 10 (3993), 954, 973 
Harmony 6 (320), 290. 415 
Harold Russell 9 (3643), 895 
Harriet' (947), 440, 616 

- Harriet 7 (1322), 497, 498, 710 
Harriet 7 (1449), 534, 745 

- Harriet 7 (1466), 535, 753 
Harriet' (1495), 541 

- Harriet 8 (1726). 576 
Harriet 8 (1970), 616 

Harriet 8 (231S). 678 
Harriet A. s (1920), 603, 820 

Harriet B. s (1797), 583 

- Harriet E. ( Babcock), 915 
Harriet Evalina 8 (2601), 751 

Harriet Frances s (2530), 708 

- Harriet II. 7 (1557). 558 

- Harriet Isabella 7 (1592), 560 
Harriet Olivia 8 (1843), 592 
Harriet Theresa 9 (3191). S20, 939 
Harriet Trvphena 5 (2390), 692 
Harriet W. 6 (660a), 3S6. 551 

Harriet Woods 8 (1S19), 588 

Harriette Jeannette s (2749), 763 
Harriette Wealthy 8 (2.357), 715 
Harrison 7 (1209) (Paul''), 336, 337, 

177. 6S9, 879 

- Harrison 8 (2363) (HugW), 690, 879 . 

- Harrison Morton 10 (40S2). 969 
Harrison Moss 8 (2S36), 784 
Harrison Samuel 8 (2346), 336, 690, 879 
Harry 9 (2700), 752 

Harry 9 (3532), S79 

- Harrv 9 (3604), sou 
Harrv 9 (3616), S92 

- Harrv Km. rson s (1930b), 604 

- Harry J. 9 (3545), 879 

- - Harrv Lerov 10 (4074), 966 

Harrv Roland 9 (3770), 917 

- Harrv Vernon 9 (3175). 817 
Harrv Weston 10 (4012). 956 
Hartley 8 (2043). 222. 62S 
Hartman Fenn' (1562), 55S 

- Harvey' (1541). 554 

Harvey Eastman 1 " (4006). 955 
Harvey Marion 8 (1001), 600, S16 

- Hattie 8 (2411). 693 

- Hattie 8 (2632), 727 
Hattie 9 (3724). 011 
Hatty Mav 9 (3119), Sll 
Hazel Hell 9 (3235), S26 
Hearta Maria'' (539), 346 

- Helen 9 (3202), 830 

- Helen 9 (3207). 830 

Helen Dotha 8 (2770b). 769 

- Helen Elizabeth 10 I 1060), 062, 974 

- Helen Gould 8 (3239), S26 
Helen M. s (280S), 781 

Helen Marguerite ( ), 928 

Helen i Marr' (914), 436, 606 

) Mar 
Helen Mavnanl 9 (3829). 930 
Helen Pauline 10 (4077). 06S 

- Helen Rvder 1 " (3930), 942 
Helen Stella 10 ( 1007), 955 
Helen Ward 8 (2606). 723 



Index 



1025 



rill, Helen Willard 9 (3826), 929 

- Heman 6 (600), 364, 516, 521 

- Heman Augustin 7 (1435), 525 

- Heman Augustin 8 (2672), 744 

- Hon. Heman Otis 8 (2669), 44, 244, 370, 

521, 741, 745, 902, 903, 904, 905, 
961 

- II. ■man Otis, Jr. 9 (3695), 905 

- Heman Perry( a ) 7 (1442), 525 

- Heman Perry( b ) 7 (144.3), 525, 745 

- Heman Perry 9 (3096). 905 

- Henrietta 8 (1841), 592, Sll 

- Henrietta'' (2707 ). 755, 757 

- Henrietta (3405), 846 

- Henrietta Lever (939), 439 

- Henrietta Willametta 7 (1593), 500, 785 

- Henry, et al., 22 ; 31 ; 31 ; 31 

- Henry 6 (635b) (Nathaniel'), 375, 545, 

540, 768, 709, 770, 921, 922, 923, 
924. 969 

- Henry 1 (858 I, 426 

- Henr'v 7 ( L379 ), 507, 728 

- Henry 7 (1517h), 546, 768, 921, 922 

- Henrv s (1933), 004 

- Henry 8 (1975). 019, 830 
Henry 9 (3291 i, 830 

- Henrv 9 (350." i. 882 

- Henry 1 " (4069), 966 

- Henry Armenius 9 (3803), 926 

Henry Augustus 5 (285.".), 566, 7-7. 926, 
927, 909 

- Henrv Cleveland 8 (2835), 781 
Henrv D. s (2713). 759, 911 

- Dr. Henrv Dexter 9 (3100), 808 

- Henrv Dodge 9 (3077 I, 899 

- Henrv E. 8 (2,-,-3), 7'H 

- Henry Eliphalet 8 (2656), 73.3, 899 

- Henrv Everett 5 (1S05), 585 

• Henry Herbert 9 ( 3056 i. 804, 934 

■ Henrv James Cropsv 6 (677), 387, 3SS. 

560, 783, 784, 785 

- Henrv Ketchum 7 (1476) (Nathan"), 

536, 750, 757, 907, 90S, 963, 964, 
965 

- Henr,\ Ketchum, Jr. s (2702), 44, 205, 

200, 37n, 371, 73i.. 90S, 964, 905 

■ Henry Lafavette 9 (3749), 915, 966 

■ Henry Lee 9 (3815 i. 928 
Henry Lisle 9 (3776), 922 

■ Henrv Lucius 7 (1471). 535 
Henry Miles" (647 i, 377. 549 

■ Henrv Miles 7 (1532). 549 
Henrv Oscar 8 (1914), 602 

Henrv Perrv 7 (1417) (Eliphalet 5 ), 517, 

735. S99. 900. 959 
II. nry Russell 8 (207.')), 744 
Henrv Staplev 8 ( 2769e), 768, 922 
Henrv Ward 8 (2766), 3.73, 374, 765, 

921 
Henrv We. ks 9 (3339), -39, 944 
Henrv Wilson 9 (3153 >. 814 
Hepzibah ( -1 ) (/',i»/ ; ). 1-12 
Hepzibah 5 (2 Hi), 241 
Herbert Arthur 10 I 3S61 i. 935 
Herbert Ellsworth s (2134 I, 645 
Herbert 0. s (1962), 614 
Herbert R. s (2155), 047 
Hez.kiah 7 (937), 439 
Hilda Lawrence 5 (2135), 645 
Hiram 7 (92S) (Asa?), 438, 610 
Hiram 7 (998), 447. 44'.i 
Hiram 7 ( 1.337). 502 
Hiram Harrison 8 (2320). 706, 884, 954, 

973, 97 4 
Hiram Harrison 10 (4001 ). 954 
Hiram \<'l-..ii 7 (1238) (David B ), 478, 

695. S81 



Averill, lb .ran'' (009), 5, 44, 359, 364, 517, 

526, 529, 9U4 
Horace( a )° (661), 386 

- Horace 7 (948), 440, 010 

- Horace L. 8 ( 1965), 614 
Horace Melville 9 (3079), 807 

- Horace Perry 7 ( 144.-). 530 

Horace S3 (2785), 774 

Horace Smith( b ) 6 (064) (Moses 5 ), 386, 

551, 554, 74 1. 774, 775 

- Horace Smith 7 ( 17.12 ), 7.7,5 

■ - Horatio A. 8 (2870), 7--, 928 
Eloratio D. 6 (2783), 774 
I [oratio Francis 7 ( 153 t I, 39, 549, 550, 

57S, 772. 77:; 
Howard 9 (3019), 797 
Howard Washburne 9 (3246), 828 

- Il.il" (3182), 81b 

Hugh S. T (1213) (Paul*), 477, 690, 879 

Huldah ( Kinnej ), 290 

- Hvman A. 7 (899), 435 

- Ichabod Kneelan.l" (668), 387, 559 
Ida 9 (3(111 ). 796 

- Ida 9 (3813), 928 

l.la Ann 8 (2733), 701 

- J. la Coralia 8 (1930c I, 604 
Ida E. 9 (3274 ), 829, '.'41 

l.la Euphemia 8 ( 1910), 602, 817 

- Ida Frederica 9 (3121 I, 811 

Ina 9 (31S6), 819 

Ira'' (417.1. 30S 

- Ira 2nd 7 (H27) (Asa ), I3S, 609, 827, 

940 

- Ira Ralph 9 (3242). 609, 827, 940, 971 
Ira Warren 7 (1607 i, 562, 7-7. 925 

- Inn,' 7 (12ii7 i. 476, 689 

- rrene 7 (1507), 7.1::. 766 
Irene 9 (3185), 819 

- Irene < ornelia 5 I 276 ) i . 765 

- Irene Ellen 9 (3605), 890 

- levin Montrose 5 (279S), 780 

Isaac, et al., 31. 32; 34; 34; 34 

- Isaac(" ) : < 15), 07 

- Isaai ('') ; (21) i William-), 5, 41. 34 S9, 

92, 95, 96. 97, 118. 119, 12-, 132, 
134, 143, 144, 147., 146. 154, 171, 
173. 174. 241, 242, 243, 244, 2 17, 
23'.. 266, 267, 361, 362, 303. 364, 
366, 370, 374. 375. 377. 378, 383, 
3S4, 3S5, 3-7. 
520. 523, 524. 
535. 5:;.;. 537, 

3 11. 3 15, 7,40. 54; 

551. 552, 553, 554. 

5511, 5(m. 5C1. 5.3'. 

7::-. 711. 742. 743, 



388, 51 13 51-. 519, 

525. 520. 530, 534, 

5.:-. 311. 542, 543, 

3 1-. 54:i, 55(1. 

555. 557, 5 5S, 

7:: I. 735, 737, 

714. 745, 740. 



747, 


751. 


752, 


, 3 : ; . 


73 1. 


7 5 5 , 


73,;. 


7 5 7, 


7 5-. 


75' 1. 


760, 


761, 


762, 


763, 


7 04, 


765, 


766, 


70 7. 


70s. 


769, 


77(3 


771. 


772, 


774, 


7 75 


77- 


77!), 


780, 


7-1. 


7-2. 


783, 


7-1. 


. - ■'. 


7S6, 


7-7. 



S99, 900, 901, '102. 904, 905, mi.;. 

907, 908, 91 I. 913, 91 I. 915, 916, 

917, 91S, 921, 922, 923, "21. 925, 

959, 960, 901, 962, 963, 964, 965, 

(1.;.;. 967. 90S, 969. :>74 
Isaac (-7) (Is,,,,,-). 146 
Dr. Isaac 5 (250) (Moses 4 ), 268, 270, 

375, 376, 377, 385, 546, 547, 51-. 

549, 771. 772. 774. 994 
Isaac 6 (.'.I:; 1. 377, 548 
l-aac Blakeman, 3.1 , 34 
Dr. Isaac W. 6 (660) (Moses 5 ), 386, 550, 

7. 5 7. , 5 50, 77 1 
Isabel 8 (1932), 604 
l-al.ell 8 (1940). 609, 825 
Isabella 7 (1528). 548 
Isabella 5 (172- 1. 574. 575. 57i"; 



1026 



Aver ell, Averill, Avery Family 



Averill, Isabella (McChessey), 574, 5,5 

Isabelle 9 (3586), SSO 

[sabelle Curtis 8 (2055), 630 

- Isaiah, 357 

Averill, Isaiah (215). See 

Averill, Isaiah (215 

Averill. Isaphena 9 (.3327), S3S ; 942 

Averill. Israel. See 

Aven 11, Israel (194) 

Averill, Iva (?), 786 

tva Clementine" (3341), 839 

- Ivis Maria 10 (4008), 956, 974 

- hv Maud 10 (3809), 936 
Gen. J. T., S45 

Mrs. J. \\\, 7n4 

Jabez 4 (39) (William 3 ), 15, 118, 119, 
143, 145, 154, 171, 173, 174, 175, 

176, 177, 243. 244, 289, 290, 292, 
415, 410, 417, 41S, 5S3, 584, 585, 
586, 808, 809, 810, 936 

Jabez 6 (324), 291, 116, 5-1 
Jackson Curtis 8 (2,31). 701 

— Jacob (150) (Jamb*), 132, 179 

— Jacob 5 (225) (Solomon 4 ), 235, 345, 

347, 9S0, 9S7 

— Jacob (395) (Thomas 5 ), 305, 434, 604, 

S24 

- Jacob 7 (SS3), 434 

- - - Jacob Harvey 7 (885), 434 

James, et al., Is : 389 ; 1004 
James 4 (37) ( William-). 119 
tapt. James" (142) (Jabez 4 ), 175, 176, 

177, 2S9, 290. 291, 293, 415, 410, 
5S3, 808, 930, 987 

James 6 (323) (James 5 , Jain- 4 , 173, 289, 
293, 416, 5S3, SOS, 936 

— James 6 (634), 374, 545 

— James 6 (635a), 375, 545 
James 6 (714). 392, 303 

James 7 (779), 410, 583, SOS, 9.36 

— James 7 (921), 437 

James s (1972a), 61S, S29, 940, 941, 
971 

— James s (2409), 693 
James 8 (2710), 757 
James 9 (3717). 90s 

- James Boothbay 7 (775), 414, 582 
James Bradford (2771e), 771, 924 

— James D. 7 (1565), 55S 

— James D. 8 (2455), 697 
James G. 7 (1520), 548 

- Major James Gill 6 (648) (Isaac 5 ), 377, 

549, 771, 772, 774 

— James H. s (1779), 582 
James Henrv 9 (372S). 911 

- James J., 1004 

James Johnson (401), 307, 436, 605, 
006 

— James Judson s (1791), 5S3, SOS, 936, 

1003 
• limes Kent Piatt 8 (2701), 75G, 907, 

963, 964 
James Kimball 7 (1165), 471, 678 
James Knox 7 (1537). 549, 773 
James P. 7 (1402), 51:; 
James Parnell 8 (1927), 603, 823, 939 

- James Paul 9 (31S9), S20, 93S 
James Paul, Jr. 10 (3909). 93S 

C<,1. James Perry* (2057), 735, 900, 

959 
James Root 7 (1410), 517 
James Stephen Alexander 8 (2S32), 784 
James W. 8 (2851 ), 786 
James Weston' 1 (3568), ss3, 953, 971, 

072. 073 
James Wilbur 7 (1595). 561 
James Wilev 7 (1587), 500 
James William 8 (2319), 44. 678, 875 



359, 360, 

497, 49S, 



Averill. James Willis s (2777), 771 

- Jane 6 (412), 30S 
Jane 7 (890), 435 

— Jane Frances Piatt (3767), 916 

— Jane Maria 7 (1509) 543. 707 

— Jane (Mayors) Clark, 224, 225 

- Janet Turner 8 (1999), 022, 835 

- Jarvis 7 (1502), 542 

— Jason Mariner* (2894), 793, 930 

- Jasper" (334), 293 
Jasper" (3754), 915 

- Jasper Stephen 5 (2740), 703 

— Jefferson s (1803), 596, 812 

— Jemima 4 (69), 131. 227 

— Jenn.it,' Evans (3710), 907, 964 
Jennie s (2os2). 745 

Jennie s (2710), 759 

Jennie ( Ynthia" ( loo.', ), 000 

— Jennie M. 9 (3195), S20 

— Jennie Mary 9 (3133), 812, 930 

- Jeremiah 6 (70S), 393 

- Jeremiah 7 (1020), 505, 790 
Jeremiah Noble 7 (1405), 535 

-- Jerome 8 (1892), 000 

Jerusha 8 (1894), 000, 810 

• bsse r ' (245) (Joseph- 1 ), 238, 240, 241, 
355, 35S, 359, 360, 508, 513, 514, 
515, 510, 729, 730, 733, 734, 898, 
sol), 900, 996, 997, 99S, 1001, 1002 

Jesse 6 (373) (Thomas'-'), 299, 300, 425, 
595, 596, S12, 813, 1003 

Jesse 6 (552) (John'), 348, 349, 350, 
490, 407, 710. 711, 712. 713, 714, 
715, SS7. SSS, S89, 890, 957, 95S, 
974 

— Jesse. Jr. 6 (593) (Jesse 5 ), 

514, 733, 734 

- Jesse, Jr. 7 (1323) (Jesse 6 ) 

711, S87, 888, 957 

- Jesse 7 (1626), 565 

Jesse Il,i\ves s (1868), 596, 813 
Jessie 9 (3149), S13 

- Jessie'- 1 (3181), SIS 

— - Joane, 1 8 

— Joanna 5 (221), 235 

— Joanna 5 (269), 275 

- Joanna 6 (717). 394 

- Joanna ( ',. s ( 2545 ). 7 12 

Job-" (272). 275. 3S9, 390, 393, 394 
Job 2nd" (442), 313 

— Johanna" (711). 393, 507 

— John, et al., 23 ; 23 ; 32 ; 32 ; 32 ; 32 ; 

33 ; 990 

— John (?), 507, 508 
Averill, John (4S). See 
Averell, John (48) 

Averill, John 4 (172) (Thomas 3 ), 134, 136, 



Averill. I John. Jr. 5 (102) ( 
Averell, I1S2, 183, 184, 1S5, 
189, 190, 298, 302, 

433, 602, 603, 819, 
937, 938, 939, 996 

Averill, John 5 (229) (Paul*. 
34S, 349, 492, 493, 
49S, 499, 500, 501, 
7()0, 707, 70S, 709, 
713, 714, 715, 710, 
881, 882, 883, SS4, 
sss. 889, 890, 891, 
954, 950, 957, 958, 
973, 974, 979. 9S1 
John( n ) (308), 300 
Johni 1 ')" (370) (Thomas 
300, 425, 597, S14, 1 
John 6 (397) ( Thomas 5 , 

434. 435, 004, 005. S 



Join 


4 . J> 


hn 3 ) 


186, 


187, 


188 


303, 


349, 


43 2 


820, 


823, 


824 


P( 


til 3 ), 


230 


494, 


495, 


496 


502, 


704, 


705 


710, 


711, 


712 


717, 


718, 


719 


885, 


SSO, 


887 


892, 


952, 


953 


959, 


971, 


972 


5 , J< 


In, 4 ), 


299 


003 






Thomas 4 ), 


305 


>24 







Index 



1027 



ro9, 



309, 510, 



567, 791, 
605 



494. 495 



915, 910, 91. 



Averill, John 6 (431) {Benjamin'') 312, 443, 
620, 621, 622, 831, 832, S35, 941 

— John (550) (John 5 , Paul*), 348, 349, 

493, 494, 495, 490, 707, 708, 
885, 886, 887, 956, 957 

— John (557). 350, 351, 503, 505 

— - John 6 (559), 351 

— John 6 (583) (Josiah 5 ), 35S, 

729 

— John 6 (712) (Joseph 5 ), 393, 

792, 929, 930, 93] 

— John 7 (911) (Philip*), 

— .lohn 7 (972). 443, 620 

— .lolin 7 (1311) (.lohn { ), 

SS5, 956. 957 

— John 7 (1305), 505 

— John 7 (1451), 534 
John 7 (1496), 542, 763 

967, 968 

— John 7 (1524), 548 

— John 7 (1606), 562 

— John 8 (1930), 003 
John 8 (2532), 708 

— John B., loo4 

-- John Booker (3030), 894 
- John Chester 55 (20S9). 751. 906 

— John Chester, Jr. 1 ' (3708), 900 

John Columbus 6 (386) (John"), 297, 
299, 303, 423, 432, 602, 603, 819, 
820. S23, 824, 937, 938, 939 

John Columbus 7 (873), 432 

- John Elliot 7 (891 >. 434 
John P. 7 ( 1212), 477 

— John Francis 8 (1837). 592 
John Francis 9 (3611 ). 891 

— - John "Frank" 8 (2752). 763, 917 

— John Franklin 7 (1519), 548, 771 

— John Franklin 7 (1529), 549 

- John Franklin 5 (1937), 605 

— John French" (3627), S93 

— John H. s (1954), 610 

John Jabez 8 (1909). 602, S17 
John Jewett 8 (2316), 077 

— John Morton 8 (2567) (Mark 7 ), 717 

95s 

— John Parsons s (1902), 600 

- John Prescott 7 (1343) (Levi*), 

718. 892, 950 
John Quincv 8 (2590), 723 

- John K." (050). 381, 382 
John Kossell'-' (3763 >. 916. 

— John 8." (1S53). 594, 812, 

— John Spinney 8 (2026), 624 

— Gen. John Thomas 7 (1067), 

641, S44. S45 

— John Trow 1 " (3078). 953, 

— John Truman 7 (895) (John", Thomas 5 ), 

435, 604. 824 

- John Wheaton 10 (4004), 955 

— John Wheeler 8 (1800), 585. S09 

John Wilson 1 * (3567), 883, 952, 971. 972 

- Johnnie 8 (2896), 793 

Surgeon Jonathan-' (224) (Solomon*), 

235, 345, 346, 487. 9S6, 1000. 1002 

— Jonathan 7 (1332), 498 

— Jonathan Bridges' 1 (422), 311 

Jos | 

Jas j 

— Joseph, et al., 161; 389; 392 

Joseph 5 (235) (Paul 4 ). 236, 351, 504, 

722, 723, 724. 725, S94, S95, 959 

— Joseph-" (241). 238, 239, 241, 994, 996, 

997, 99S 

Joseph 5 (271) (SamueP), 275, 391, 392, 

393, 563, 564, 565, 566, 567, 568, 
787, 788, 7S9, 790, 791, 792, 926, 
927, 928, 929. 930, 931, 969, 970, 
990 



968 
936 



457 



891, 



502, 



638, 



39 1 



srill, Joseph, Jr. 9 (567), (Joseph 5 , Paul 1 ), 
352, 503, 504, 725, S95 

- Joseph( a )° (509). 354 
Joseph 6 (574), 354, 355, 1003 

- Joseph, Jr. (707) (Joseph 5 , Samuel 4 ), 

392, 393, 564, 505, 790 

- Joseph 7 (005) (William' 5 ), 440, 626, 

836, 837, 838, 839, 942, 943, 944 
Joseph 7 (1103), 471 

- Joseph(n) 7 (1319), 497 

- Joseph(») 7 (1320). 497, 707, 710 
Joseph 7 (1360) (Benjamin*, Joseph 5 ), 

504, 723. 895 

- Joseph 7 (1366) (Joseph , Joseph 5 ), 505, 

,25, S95 

- Joseph 5 (2040), 027. 839 

- Josephs (2548). 712 

- Joseph 3 (3752). 915 
Joseph K. 7 (1628), 565 

- Joseph Ketchum 7 (1478), 536, 758 
Joseph L.( ; ') 8 (2321), 678 

- Joseph L.( h ) s (2323), 678 

- Joseph Martin 9 i 3536), 881 
-Joseph Oli- 7 (1430) (Augustus ), 525, 

743, 744, 005 

- Joseph Otis. Jr. s (20.73). 744, 905 
Josi ph Pearne 7 ( I 594 ), 561 

- Joseph \\ lbury 8 (2548), 711, 712, 

S8S, 957 

- Josepha ( !. s (2391 ). 002 

- Josephine 7 (1513), 545 

- Josephine Eliza 8 (2538), 710, S86 

- Joshua 7 (1644), 569 

- - Josiah 5 ( ?), 336, 337 

- Josiah"' (243). 142, 230. 241, 356, 357, 

358, 50S, 5oo, 510, 513, 729, 997 

- Josiah (579), 358 

- Josiah 7 (1398). 510, 729 

- Josiah AV. S (2877 ). 789, 929 
Josie Etta 9 I 3331 >. 338, 943 

- Jotham 6 (388), 303 

- Jotham 7 (886), 434 

Jotham Donnell 8 (2036), 027, S37, 942 

- Jotham Edward, Jr. 1 ' (3323), s37 

- Joyce L. 10 (4076), 967 

- Judd Everett 8 (2807), 781 
I Judith 5 (255). 2oo 

1 Judah 

Julia 7 (1530), 549 

- Julia 8 (2670). 7(2 

- Julia 11 (3807), 926 
Julia Ann 8 (2565), 717 

- Julia Ann s (2857), 787, 926 

- Julia Bacon s (2S90), 793 

- Julia Browning 1 ' (3112), 809 

- Julia (Clark), 727 

Julia Pomeroy (3703), 906 
Juliette Maria 7 (1555), 558, 781 

- Julius C.° (669), :;s; 

- Junius 7 (1405), 513 

- Justin Parsons 7 (8SS), 434, 604, S24 

- Karl Breckenridge 9 (3249). S2S 
Kate 8 (]9ii7). 600 

- Kate Low 10 (4061), 962 
[-Catherine, IS 
Kelsev 10 (4086), 969 

- Kendall 8 (2527), 706 

- Kenneth 9 (3801 ). 926 

- Ivezia 6 (377), 301 
Kirkwood 8 (2150), 647 

- Kittie 8 (2631), 727 

- Kittie 1).' J (37S2), 923 

- L. Carter, 286 

- Lafavette Kibbee .Jerome 1 (872) (Sam- 

uel 6 ), 427. 602, S17, 818, 819 

- Lanador Barnes 7 (1229) (David"). 47S, 

692, 880 



1028 



Aver ell, Averill, Avery Family 



ill, Lanador Barnes 8 (2394), 692 

Latham Hull 7 (789), 417, 5S5, 809 

Laura (640), 377 

Laura 8 (2533), 70S 

Laura 8 (2770a), 769 
• Laura 8 (2S60), 7S7, 927 

Laura Aim 7 (1520), 54S 

Laura B. 7 (1561), 558 

Laura Buckingham 9 (3691), 905, 961 

Laura K. 7 (879), 4:;:; 

Laura May 9 (3155), 814 

Laura Olive Williams 9 (3554), 8S0 

Laurence Alice 8 (2833), 784 

Laureston 7 (865) (Samuel e ), 427, 59 
815, 936, 037 

Laureston Seabrook 8 (1886), 599 

Lavina' (252 1), 700, 884 

Lavina 8 (2768d), 768, 921 

Lavinia ( ?), 567, 568 
■ Lavinia (375), 300, 425 

J Lavinia (012), 309, 370, 535 

[ Silvine 

Lavinia 7 (1404), 535, 753 

Lavinia 7 ( 1617), 564, i 89 

Lavinia" ( 1624 ), 565 

Lavinia' (2858), 787 

Lavinia ( '.'■' (3322), 837 

Lawrence Augustus 10 (3917), 940 

Lawton Everett" 1 (3919), 940 

Leavitt De Camp 9 (3553), SS0 

Lee W. s (280!i), 781 

Leman 8 (649), 381, 382 

Lemuel 7 (1245). 479 

Lena Viola 9 (3771), 917 

Leo K. 1 " (3912), 609, 940, 971 

Leola 9 (3177), 818 

Leona 9 (3646), 896 

Leonard 8 (2515), 705, SS2 

Leonard Case 5 (2745). 7H3 

Leonora Hi nrietta 8 (2843), 7S4 

Leroy 8 (2700), 770 

Leslie 9 (3148), 813 

Lester N. n (4206), 971 

Letetia A. e (662), 386, 551, 552 

Leverett Perkins( a I s (2004), 723 

Leverett Perkins( b ) 8 (2605), 



Levi'' (554) (John 5 ), 348, 502, 
717, 718, 891, 802, 95S, 959 
[.. \ i 7 ( 1291 ). 487, 700 
Levi 7 (1345), 503 
Levi 8 (2348), 690 
Levi F. 7 (1215), 335, 477 
Lewis 7 ( 1635), 567, 796, 797, 79 
Lewis' (2S64 i. 788, 0:27, 969 
Lewis Mark' ( 1923), 603 
Lewis Southard 9 (3701 ). on; 
Lilias R. 8 (2882), 791 
1 Lillian B. 9 (3819), 02S 
I Lilla 

Lillian Bertha 9 (3205), 823 
Lillie Emaline 8 (2415), 695 
Lilly trene s (2393), 692 
Lindlev Wendall 10 ( 1013), 950 
Linlev Ambrose 9 (3579), 885, 956 
Linos Hare 7 ( 1553), 557 
Lister Marshall 9 (3762), 916 
Lizzie' ( 10720 ). 1!) 
Lizzie Maud 9 (3135), 812 
Lloyd 9 (.'17 17 ). oi i 
Lloyd Dunn 1 " (3916), 94 
Lois 7 ' (260), 270. 377, 378 
Lois 6 (520), 339, 341, 479 
Lois 7 ( lo.i i ), 564, 788 
Lois 7 i 1622 i. 565 
Lois 8 I I972d), 619 
Lois (Gilbert ), 51 1 
Loisa (584), 358, 510 
Loisa 6 (o5o>. 383 



716. 



Averill, Lona Elizabeth (36S0), 901 
Lora 7 (1009), 562 

- Lorania 6 (654), 3S3 

Lorenzo Charles s (1701), 570, 794, 932, 

971 

Loretta Lavina 9 (3565), 883, 952 

Lorin 7 (869), 427, 600, S16, S17 

Luring- (337), 294, 417, 41S 

LouisC') 9 (3290), 830 

Louis( b ) 9 (3293), 830 

Rev. Louis Kossuth 9 (3573), S84, 954, 

974 

- Louis Volney (3192), S20 

- Louisa* (2449), 696 

- Louisa Jane 7 (1517m), 546, 770 

- Louisa Philena 7 (13S0), 507 

Louise Edelsten 7 (1434), 525, 744 

- Louise Rout 9 (3681), 900, 959 

- Louise Woodruff' (2719), 760, 913 

- Lovine 6 (689), 3SS 

- Lovisa 6 (621), 370 

- Lucia s (1723), 574, 575, 576 

- Lusia 8 (2698), 752 

- Lucina 7 (889), 434 

- Lucinda (426), 310 

Lucinda 7 (949), 440, 617 

Lucinda 7 (1220), 477 

Lucinda 7 (1321), 348, 498 

- Lucinda 7 (1339). 348, 502, 717 

- Lucius 7 (137S), 507, 727 

- Lucius Lanador' (2404), 693, 8S0, SSI 
Lucretia 7 (S87). 434 

Lucretia 7 (1317), 495. 708, 709 

— Lucy 5 (200), 223, 331, 332 

Lucy 6 (250). 260 

- Lucy 6 (298), 280, 2S2 
Lu< \ ,; (31S), 290 

- Lucv 6 (374), 300 

- Lucy 6 (5S7), 35S, 513 

Lucy 6 (025), 373, 374, 541 

Lucv 7 (1340), 502 

Lucv 7 (1510), 545 

— Lucv 7 (1045), 50!) 

- Lucy 8 ( 1793), 583 

- Luc\' (2712), 750 

- Lucv A. 8 (ls40). 593 

Lucv Ann 7 (1106). 471 

Lucv Anne(») 8 (2:114). 677 

- Lucy Ann('') 8 (2317), 67S 

- Lucv Arabella (1807), 590, S13 
Lucv Burnham 7 (913), 436, 605, 606 

Lucy Caroline 7 (142S), 524, 743 

Lucv (Cogswell). 265 

- Lucy D. 7 (1517). 545 

- Lucy Jane 7 (1633), 507, 790 
Lucv Jane ( ), 017 

- Lucv M. 8 (1796), 5S3 

- Lucy M. 9 (3375), S43 

- Lucv Noble 8 (622), 370 

- Lucv Olivia' (2010), 720 

- Lucy l!. 7 (781). 410 

- Luenia W. 8 (2329), 678 

- Luera A. s (2739). 702 

- Luin 0. s (2840), 784 

-—Lieut. Luke 4 (62) (Ebenezer 3 ), 120, 

121, 130, 131. 132, 225, 220, 332, 
333, 474, 475. 470. 6S8 
Luke 6 (509). 332, 333, 475, 476, 688 

- Luke 7 (1324), 498 

- Luther (104 ). 307, 436 

— Luther 6 < 12 1), 310, 311, 441 

- Luther' (884 ), 434 

- Luther 7 (074), 443 

- Luther Martin' (199S), 622. 835 

- Luther Merrill 9 (3572), 8S4, 953, 954. 

07:: 
1. oilier Robert (3317), S35 
bulimia 7 ( 1376), 506 



Index 



1029 



Averill, Lvdia 5 (153), 179 

Lydia (333), 293 

Lydia 6 (345), 294 

Lydia' 1 (713), 393, 568 

Lydia (710), 394 

- Lydia 7 (1616), 564 

Lydia s (1786), 583 

Lvdia Ann 7 (1204;, 470 

Lvdia (Everts), 507, 508 

Lvdia J. s (2638), 72!) 

Lvdia Jane 9 (3334), 838, 944 

- Lvdia Lincoln 8 (2031), 625, 835 

Lvdia Manning 8 (2332), 81, 679, 875 

- Lyman (588), 360 

- Lyman F. 7 (1560), 55S 

Lyman H. s (27S4), 774 

Lyman Reed* (667) (.Moses 5 ), 387, 555, 

558, 7S1, 7S2, 783 

Mabel 9 (3020), 797 

Mahala 7 (970), 443, 620 

Mahala 8 (2517), 706, 882 

- Mahala Abigail* (2640), 507, 729, S97 

Mahala E. 9 (3663), 896 

- Mahlon Bruce 7 (1547), 383, 3SS, 555, 

556, 557, 780, 925 

Malissa (672), 387, 55!) 

- Manley L. 9 (3401 ). 846 

Manna Busk 8 (1877), 59 7 

Marcella 9 (3335), 839 

Maretta Franees s (2575), 718 

Margaret 10 (4068). 966 

Margaret Alle 9 (3674), 89S 

Margaret C. 7 (1558), 558 

- Margaret C. 9 (3107), 808 

- Margaret Caverno 9 (3618), 892 

- Margaret Dorothy 9 (3006), 890 

Margaret E. s (2327), 678 

Margaret Fraser 7 (1433), 525 

Margaret May 9 (3594), 890 

Margaret (Simpson). 393 

Maria A. (Wormwood), 929 

- Maria C. 7 (1399), 510 

- Maria (Davis), 510 

Maria Elizabeth 9 (3721), 90S, 905 

- Maria (Elliott), 797 

- Maria Jane 7 (1439), 554. 775 
Maria Jane s (1833), 50 2 

Maria Ketchum 7 (1475), 536, 755, 756, 

757 

- Maria Louisa 7 (1401), 513 
Maria Louise 8 (2653), 730, 899 

- Maria Polly 7 (849). 425. 505, 596 

Maria White 8 (2692), 534, 751 

- Marian C. 8 (2740), 762 

- Marian Hannah 7 (1567), 558, 783 
Marie Louise 7 (1474). 530 

Marietta 8 (2092), 635, S43 

- Mariette T. 7 (1556), 55S 

- Marion Eliza 8 (1873), 597, S14 

Marion Leonard 10 (4015). 957 

Averill, } Mark 5 (232) (Paul*), 230, 
Averv, J350, 503, 718, 719, 720, 721, 

892, 893 
Averill, Mark 7 (1338) (lew*), 502, 716, 

05S 

Mark Mason 9 (3630), 893 

Mark R. 7 (876), 432, 002, S19, 820, 

937, 938, 938 

Mark Richard 9 (3188), S19, 937, 938 

Mark Wales 10 (3908), 938 

Martha, 32 

Martha 5 (262), 270, 383, 384. 385 

Martha 6 (494), 330 

Martha (685), 38S 

Martha 7 (924), 43S, 60S 

- Martha 7 (940), 440 

Martha 7 (1425), 523 

- Martha 7 (1441 ). 525 



329, 

722 



891, 



Averill, Martha 7 (1003), 502 

- Martha 8 (1782), 582 

- Martha 8 (2558), 715 

Martha Aim" (1818), 588 

Martha (Clemens), 223 

- Martha E. 7 ( 1523), 548 

Martha E. 7 (1600), 562, 785 

Martha E. s (2770). 77 1 

Martha Ella (3272), S29 

- Martha G. 8 (2084 I, 634, 842 

- Martha Jane 7 (1327) (Jesse"), 497, 49S 

Martha Jane s (2551) (Franklin 1 ), 714, 

889 

Martha Jane 8 (277)0) (Epliraim 7 ), 771, 

924 

- Martha Jane (Weston), 44, 224, 724, 

725 

- Martha Louisa 8 (2793), 77!) 

- Martha Lucina 8 (284 1 ). 784 

- Martha M. 7 (1545), 557 

- Martha M. W.' J (3597), 890 

- Martha Morton Dennis'-' (3243), 828 
-Martin Van Buren 8 (1S84), 599, 815, 

936, 937 

- Marvin Dennis,. n" (591) (Jew"), 300, 

513, 729. 700. 898, B99 

- Marvin Dennison, Jr. 7 (1408) (Marvin 6 ), 

513, 730, 898, 899 

- Marvin Dennison 2nd 8 (2047), 730, S98 
Mary 3 (22), 89, 92, 96, 07, 118, 140 

Mary 4 (35), 118, 11!), 171 

Mary 4 (07) (Ebenezer 3 ), 131, 227 

- Mary 4 (73). 135, 136, 137 

Mary 4 (106) (Benjamin 3 ), 153, 275 

- Mary 5 (154). 170 

- Mary 5 (157), 188, 190, 205 

- Mary 5 (204), 227 

- Mary 5 (204 ), 200 

- Mary 5 (239), 241 

- Marv 6 (361), 299, 422 

- Marv (392), 305, 404 

- Marv (400), 312, 442 

Marv 6 ( 438), 313, 316, 440, 454 

- Marv 6 (551 I, 350 
(578 ), 058. 508 
(042), 077 
(S47), 425, 595 
(S97), 435, 605 
(925), 438, 608, 609 
(945), 440, 01.".. 616 
(990). 447. 027 



Maiy 1 

Mary 8 
Marv 7 
Marv 7 
Marv 7 
Man- 
Mary 7 
Marv 7 



ro4 



"42 



-). 117, US, 171 



(1302i, 193, 

- Marv 7 (1314 ). 495 

- Marv 7 (1307). 509 

- Marv 7 (1420), 523, 

- Marv 7 (1522 ). 548, 77 1 
Marv 8 (10720. 619 

Marv 8 (2050). 690 

Mary 8 (2362), 690 

- Marv 8 (2544 ). 710 

- MarV 8 (2077), 744 

Mary 8 (2861 ), 787, 027 

Averell, i 

Averill. Marv (— I, 381, 382 

Marv A. 7 (070). 440. 622 

Marv A. s (1705). 583 

MarV A. 8 (2878), 789 

Marv A. (Trask), 72-, 729, 896, S97 

Marv Alice 9 (3610), 891 

Marv Ann 7 (910), 435 

Mary Ann 7 (912), 430 

Marv Ann 7 (1497), 542, 764 

Marv Ann 7 (1521). 548 

- Marv Ann 8 (1722). 570. 700 

- Mary Ann 8 (275S). 704 
Marv Ann ( Delbridge), 562 
Man B. 7 (loor,), 502, 710 



1030 



Aver ell, Averill, Avery Family 



Averill, Mary (Baker), 134, 135 

Mary Barnes 8 (385), 301, 431, 432 

- Man Beale 7 (1454). 534 

Mary (Benton), 74(i 

■ Marv Berrv 9 (3718), 90S, 964 

Marv Boynton 8 (1836), 592 

Marv Bradlev 10 (4035), 961 

■ Marv (Bridges), 310 

Marv Caroline s ( L938), 607 

Marv Catherine 8 (2030), 625 

Mary (Charlton), 308 

Marv Church 8 (19SS), 621 

Mary E. s (179S), 5S3 

- Marv E. 8 (2028), 624 
■ Marv E. s (2S79), 790 

Marv E. 8 (2S84), 701 

- Marv Edgerton 6 (066), 387. 557 

- Mary Edna 9 (376S), 916 
Marv Eliza 8 (2S95), 793, 931 

— Marv Eliza 9 (3595), S90, 95S 

Marv Elizabeth 8 (1801), 585 

- Marv Elizabeth 8 (1845), 593 

- Marv Elizabeth 8 (2072). 632 

Marv Elizabeth 8 (2126), 637, 844 

■ Marv Elizabeth 8 (2666), 742 

Mary Elizabeth 8 (2703), 756, 90S 

- Marv Elizabeth 9 (3701), 905 
Marv Ellen 8 (1814 ), 587 

Marv Ellen 8 (1858), 595 

Marv Ellen 8 (2130), 641 

Marv Elvira 8 (2753), 763. 917 

Marv Ethel 8 (1995), 621 

Marv Ethel 9 (3120), 811 

Marv Kvelvn 9 (3146), 813 

■ Marv Frances 7 (1432), 524, 525 

Marv Frances Jane 1 " (4003), 962 

Marv Halstead 9 (3029), 798 

- - Man Henrietta 8 (2539), 710, 887 

Marv (Hodge), 446 

- - Marv Hopkins 8 (1857'). 594 

- Marv J. 8 (1917), 603, S19 

- Marv .lane 7 (1234), 478, 694 

- Marv Jane 7 (1415), 517, 734 

- Marv Jane 7 (1446), 530 

Marv Jane 7 (1543). 555, 557, 778 

• Marv Jane(") 8 (2566), 717 

- Mary Jane( b ) 8 (2568), 717, S91 
Marv Jane 8 (2768), 768 

Mary Jane 8 (2797), 7S0 

Marv (Jonsalo) McLane, 503 

Marv Lizzie 8 (2613). 725. S95 

— Mar-. Loretta 8 (2403), 693 

- Marv Louisa" (2615), 726 

- Marv Louise 8 (2572), 718 

- Marv Louise" ( 1034), 961 

- Mary Lnrretia 8 ( 1714 ). 572, 797 

- Marv Maria' (1515), 545 

Mary Martis 8 , 711 

— Marv (McArthur), 535 
- — Marv V (3295), 830 

- Marv Nash' 1 (3(171 ). 898 

- Mar'v olive' 1 (3628), 81)3 

- Marv (Perry), 751 

- Marv Regina 9 (3198), 823 

- Marv Sophia' 1 (255:, I, 714 
Marv Sutterson (421 ), 311 

- Mary (Symonds) et al., 1 to, 141, 142 ; 

23 7 

Marv Virginia 1 ' (3676), 899 

Man W.» (2714 >. 759 

- Marv Weeks 7 ( 1638), 568, 792 

- Mary While" (2688), 751 

- Marv (Whittles,* ), 530. 533 
\l.,n (Winegar?), 374 

- - Marvetta 8 I L840), 592 
Matilda' (1239). 479 

- Mai i 1,1a C') 7 ( 1456), 534 

- Matilda! 1 ') 7 (1157 ). 531, 751 



[■ill, Matilda (Cunningham), 896 

- Matilda Patience 8 (605), 173, 364, 523 

- Mattie Lela 9 (3279), 830 

- Maud 8 (2452), 697 

- Maud 9 (3531), 879 

- Maud 1 ' (3018), 797 

- Maud A." (1964), 614 
Maud M. s (2417), 695 

- Maud May 9 (3305), 831, 941 

- Maud Sarah 9 (3342), S39 

- Maud Winifred 9 (3114), 809 

- Maurice Emery 9 (3244), S2S 

- May s (2445), 696 

- May Belle Margaret 8 (2747), 763 

- May Eleanor 9 (2787), 774 

- May Emily ( ), 796 

- May Mercy 10 (39S0), 953, 972 

- M.iietabel Foster 7 (1203). 476 

- Mehitable 5 (222), 235 

- Mehitable 7 (1307), 494 
Mehitable (Bradford), 309 

- Mehitable (Dana) Allin. 281, 574 

- Melinda 8 (687), 388 

- Melinda 7 (1381), 507, 72S 

- Melville 8 (2681 ). 745 

- Melvin E.° (3377), S43 

- M ircy | 8 

Meie\ I (395), 297, 29S, 299, 423 

- Mercy ( ), Lovejov, 296, 298 

- Meriah 7 (1211), 477 

- Merry Christmas 10 (3975), 953, 972 

- Mertie L. 1 " (3988), 954 

- Michael, 14, 15. 16. 21, 25, 52 

- Mildred" (4209), 973 

- Miles (641), 377 

- Miles 7 (10.35), 452, 635, S42 

- Mihs 7 (1334), 497, 49S, 711 

- Miles William s (20S8). 635, 842 

- Millie Elizabeth 8 (2794), 779, 924 

- Mills 7 (1461) (Noble*), 535. 752, 907 

- Mills 7 (1487), 538, 760, 907, 962 

- Milo s (2625), 727 

- Milton Ellsworth 10 (3977), 953 

- Milton Trow 10 (39S4), 953 

- Minnie 9 (3549), Sra 

- Minnie 9 (3727), 911 

- Minnie B. 8 (3276), S29 

- Minnie E. 9 (3750), 915. 967 

- Minnie H. (MeGlaughlin) , 929 

- Minnie Harriet 9 (3132), S12, 936 

- Mira, 8 I 
Mvra, \ 

- Mira 7 (730), 39S, 400 

- Miranda 8 (2029). 624 

- Miss '•• (982), 3S8 

- Miss 7 (1244), 479 

- Miss ' ( 1375), 506 

- Molly 8 (564), 352 

- Mollv Barnes 7 (S62), 427, SOS 

- Morris DeWitte 9 (3.7(19). 916 

- Mortimer G. s (2381 ). 334, 335. 691 

- Morton Edmunds 10 (3985), 953 

- Moses 4 (49), 119 

-Moses 1 (92) (Isaac*), 145. 146, 242, 
245, 246, 247, 249, 253. 258. 293, 
265, 267, 268, 299, 270, 375, 377, 
378, 3S0, 383, 3S4, 3S5, 3S7, 38S, 
546, 547. 548. 549. 550, 551, 552, 
553, 554. 555, 557, 558, 559, 560, 
561, 592, 771, 772, 774, 775, 778, 
779, 7S0, 7S1, 782, 7S3, 784, 785, 
786, 787. 924. 925 

- Moses 5 (173) (Ebenezer*), 195, 309, 310, 

311, 437, 440, 441, 492, 617, 618, 
S29, 949, 941, 971, OSS, 1002 

- Moses(") 6 (205), 227 

- Moses( b )° (207), 227 



(519). 339, 341 



Index 



1031 



Averill, Moses 5 (.205) (Moses*), 209, 270, 380, 
oSO, 386, 5.j0, 551, 552, 55::, 554, 
555, 557, 55S, 559, 774, 775, 77S, 
779, 780, 7S1, 782, 7s::. 924, 925 

Moses 11 (420) (Moses 5 ), 311, 437, 440, 

441, 017, 618, 829, 940, 941, 971 

- Moses tin- Younger (427a), 311, 441, 

442, 018 

— Moses, Jr. 7 (960k), 442, 01S, 829, 940, 
941, 971 

Myrtie Vira 9 (3278), 830 

■ Nancie Maria 8 (2535), 710 

- Nancy" (4o7). 307, 437 
Xanev 11 (020), 373, 374 

Nam >' ; (044), 377 

- Xanev 7 (893), 305 

- Nancy' (918), 436 

- Xanev 7 (1309), 495, 707 
Xanev 7 ( 1342), 5(12. 717 
Nancy Ann 6 (588), 388 

- Nancy Carter s (1996), 622 
Averill, Xanev (Door). See 
Averv, Nancy ( Door i 

Averill, Xanev II. 7 (1218), 477 
Nancy X 7 (893), 435. 604 

Naomi 7 (1288), 487 

- Naomv 6 (549), 34-. :;io 

- - Xathan 5 (252) (Daniel*, Isaac 3 ), 265, 

361, 366, 309, 370. 375, 535. 536, 
537, 538, 539, 540, 752. 753, ,54. 
755, 756, 757. 75-. 759, 700, 701, 
762, 906, 907, 908, 'Ml. 913, ol 1. 
915, 962, 963, 964, 005. 966, 967 

- - Nathan, Jr. 6 (614) (Xathan 5 , Daniel*), 

366, 37o, 371, 53U. 755. 750, 757, 
758, 759, 700, 907. 90s, mi, 913, 
903, 904. 905. 900 

Nathan 6 (629), (Daniel 5 , Daniel*), 373, 

3 74, 1003 

Nathan 7 (944) (DavicP), 440, oil, 828 

• Xathan 7 (1517i), 540. 709 
Nathan Allen'' (207s). 633, S42 

Capt. Xathan King 55 (3688), 902, 960, 

901 

- - Xathan King, Jr. 10 (4036), 961 
■ Nathaniel (?), 250 

- Nathaniel 5 (148) (Nathaniel*, Nathan- 

iel 3 ), 17-. 204. 410. 5-7. 588, 589, 
590, 810, 990 

- Nathaniel 5 (238) (Joseph*), 241 

Nathaniel 5 (254) (Daniel*, Isaac"), 200, 

374. 375. 545. 540. 768, 769, 770, 
921, 922, 923, 924, 962, 964, L001, 
1002 

-Nathaniel 6 (635) (Nathaniel 5 , Daniel*), 

375, 545 

Nathaniel 7 (1517g), 545. 540, 70S 

- Nathaniel s (2542). 71 o 

- Nathaniel 11 (3204 >. -::u 

Nathaniel C, Jr. 7 (1082), 460, 047 

-- Nathaniel Perrv' 1 (010) (Samuel*), 250, 

200, 530, 533. 745, 740, 747, 751, 

905, 900 

Nathaniel S. s (1816), 587 

Xeheniiah s (2512). 7o5. --1 

Nellie" (2500). 7oo 

Nellie 8 (2630), 727 
Nellie 1 ' (3502). 8S2 

- Nellie 9 (3805). 926 
Nellie F.. s (2--5). 791 

- Nellie Franei s 9 (3607), 391, 958 

Nellie James 1 " (3982), 953, 973 

Nellie Kelsev 10 (4080), 969 

Nettie 10 (3992), 954 

Nettie Eliza 8 (2-0-2). 7-0 

Xettie Annette Elizabeth 85 (2767), 705, 

921 

- - Neva 8 (3802), 920 



ill, Newell Daniel' (3660), 896 

■ Nicholas, 24 

■ Nina May 9 (3298 ). 331 

■ Noble 6 (613) (Nathan 5 ), 369, 53o, o40, 

752, 75:;. 75 1, 755, 906, 907, 962, 

974' 
Nona Blanche (3176), 818 
Nora 9 (3273), -20 
Norman Chancellor 1 680) (Philo B ), 

388, 561, 562, 7-5. 7-':. :ri., 
Norman Sii ids 8 (2697 1. 752. 90i, 962 

- Norman Whitehouse (3700), 90o 

- Norman Williams 10 (4066), 962 

- Obed 6 (350) (Asa 5 ), 207. 20-. 121, o92, 

593, Sll 
• Obed 7 (831), 421 

■ Octavius, 31 

- Olive 6 (390), 303, 133 

- Olive 7 (782), 416, 5-3 

- olive 7 (880), 433 

- Olive 1 ' (37S5), 923 

- olive Alice (3204). 823 

- Olive Backus s (1717), 573, ,9s 

- olive Minerva" (2805), i -1 

- Oliver 6 (371) (Thomas 5 ), 299, 300, 

424, 504. 505. 812, 030, 1003 
. Oliver" (1-51 i. 594 

- ollie M.~ (2848), 7-):. 025 

. oramel 7 (840) (Amos"), 124, o93, o94, 
SI 2 

- Orange Paul 8 (2383), 691 

- Orange Wilton 8 (2388), 692 

- Oren Daniel" (1806), 585, 309 

- Orilla' 1 (673), 387 

- Orin 7 (932), 138 

- Orina 7 (1304), 493 
1 Orissa 6 (586), 358 
) Clarissa 

- Orissa 1 Winslow), 896 

- Orlando Merrill" (2520). ( 06 

- Ornsville T. 11 (4205), 971 

- Orpha J. 7 (1504). 55S 

- Orpha L. 6 (663), 386, ool, 

5 5 4 

- Orrin Emerson 7 I - :;v I, *2 I 

- Orrin Tolman a (2042 ). 627_ 

- Oscar 7 (153- ). 386, 551, ..,1 

. Oscel'lo William 9 (3561 I, 382 

- Otis III. 9 (3699), 905 

- Pamelia" (2519 1. 700 
. Parlev 5 (244). 2 11 

- Parlev 6 (597), 360 
Parnell" (1927), 603 _ 

. Patience 7 ' (249). 256, 2o9 861, ^62 369 

- Patience (Perry), 244, 2a4, 255, 2o7, 

258, 2 5o 
. patty' 1 (525), 234, 344 

:S ( a9V S (^a^, 80 02 96 97, 

lis. 125. 126, 12,. 138, 139, 140, 

in 14-'. 201, 204, 230. 237, 348, 

350! 35l! 352. 355, 356, 35*. 492, 

404 495. 400. to-. 400, 500, 501, 

502; 5o::. 504, 505, 506, 507. 508, 

500. 510, 513, 51 1, 

705. 700. 707, (08, 

712. 713. 714, 715. 

719, 720. 721. 722, 

720 727. 72-. 729, 

881 882, 883, 884, 

Us S89 890, 891, 892, 893, 894, 

lis: 89 6 ; -"7. 398. 899, 952. 9o3, 

954 055. 956, 957. 95-. 9o9, 9(1, 
972,' 973. 974 
Pal ,l* (82) (Paul 3 ), 139, 140, 112, 211, 

215, 236, 348, 350, 351, 192, 494, 

405. 490. 49-. 400. 500, 501, 502, 



32, 553, 



5 j.j. 



515, 516, 704. 

700. 710. 711. 

710. 717, 71S, 

72::. 724. 725. 

730. 7:;::, 734, 

-,. 886, S87, 



1032 



Averell, Averill, Avery Family 



503, 5(14, 704, 705, 706, 707, 708, 

709, 710, 711, 712, 713, 714, 715, 

710, 717, 718, 719, 720, 721, 722, 
72:; 724, 725. 881, 882, SS3, 884, 
SS5, 886, 8S7, 888, 889, S90, S91, 
892, 893, S94, 895, 952, 953, 954, 
955, 956, 957, 95S, 959, 971, 972, 
973, 974, 990 

Averill, Paul 4 (74) (Thomas 3 ), 136 

- Paul 5 (211) (Ichabod\ Thomas'), 229, 

230, 232, 333, 334, 335, 336, 337, 
339, 340, 476, 177, 689, 090, 691, 
879, 880, 993, 994, 997 

Paul 5 (230) Waul'). 236, 350, 351, 

503, 505, 990 

Paul, Jr. 6 (512; (Paul 5 ), 333, 334, 335, 

336, 337, 339, 470, 089, 690, 879 

Paul Jones 7 (1226), 478, 091 

• Paul Jones 8 (2347), 690 

Paul P.. 7 (1216), 477 

Pauline Erhardt 19 (3902), 937 

Payson Bennett 11 (4212), 9,4 

Peai'l Edna 9 (3328), 826 

Permelia (Diefendorf), 774 

■ Col. Perry 5 (250) (Samuel*), 173, 250, 

255, 256, 257, 258, 259, 363, 366, 
516, 518, 519, 520, 523, 524, 525, 
526, 734, 735, 736, 737. 738, 741, 
742, 743, 744, 745, S99, 900, 901, 
902, 9(14. 905, 959, 960, 961 

Perry (*)« (59S). 364 

■ Perrv ( b ) 6 (603) (Perry 5 ), 364, 520, 

735, 737, 901, 902, 959, 900, 961 

■ Capt. Perry 8 (2001), 736, 901, 960, 

1004 

Perry 9 (3685), 901 

Perrv Beach 7 (1429), 525 

Persis 7 (836), 297, 422, 593 

■ Persis 7 (1200), 470 

Perte Edna 8 (194S), 609, 826 

■ Peter Depew s (2397), 692 

Phebe 6 (686), 388 

■ Phebe 7 (835), 422, 593 

Phebe 7 (1479). 536, 758 

Phebe Matilda 8 (1727), 574, 575, 576 

• Phebe (Maxham), 594 

Phebe Meserve 7 (1637), 568, 791 

Philip' 5 (399), 305, 435, 605 

■ Philip A. J. 9 (3150), 814 

Philo 5 (266) (Moses 4 ), 209, 270, 387, 

559, 560, 561, 562, 783, 784, 785, 

786, 787, 925 
■ Phinias Barnes 7 (1420) (Perry ), 520, 

735. 736, 901, 902, 959, 960, 961 

Phoebe Boothbav 7 (776), 414 

Pitt E. s (1949), 609, 820 

■ Plinnv Fisk' (890), 434 

■ Plummer M.° (3275), S29 

Pollv 5 (227), 235 

I Polly 6 (533), 345, 485, 4S6 

I \Iolh 
■ Polly (655). 3S3, 550 

- Pollv 7 (1437), 525 

Porter Wheaton 10 (4003), 955 

- Preston' (839), 424, 593 

Priscilla 6 (155), 179 

Prudence 6 (020), 370 

Putnam 8 (2696), 752 

Quinci Monroe 7 (1598), 501 
Rachel 5 (1 16), 170, 177 
Rachel 6 (321), 290 
Racheli » >'■ (393), 305 
Rachel(")' (991 ). 445 
Raehel( b )' (993), 445, 626 

Rachel 8 (2768b), 768 

Rachel < Bux ), 175. 176 

Rachel King 9 (3593), 890, 958 
Rachel (Sewall), ill 



Averill, Ralph' (1504), 543 

Ralph Branch Burdoin 9 (3552), 880 

Ralph Harold 10 (4081), 969 

Ralph Johnson 9 (3692), 902, 903, 905 

Ralph S. 9 (3547), 879 

- Ray Stephen 9 (3173), 817 

Raymond Wallace 5 (2021), 505, 726 

- Rebecca 4 (38), 119 

- Rebecca 6 (331), 293 

- Rebecca 7 (1619), 505 

- Rebecca Gordon 8 (2645), 730, 898 

- Rebecca Gordon 9 (3609), S98 

- Rebecca Lee 7 (940), 440 
Renick Herbert 1 " (4032), 960 

I Rmsselari' 7 (1335), 497, 498 
I Ransalier 

- Rensselaer Schuyler (645), 377, 549 

- Reuben Hyde Walworth 7 (14S3), 536, 

760, 913 

- Rex° (535), 346 

- Hex Oilman 9 (3147), S13 

- Richard, et al., 24 ; 32, 34 ; 32 

Richard 7 (1225), 47S 

Richard C. 9 (310S), SOS 

- Richard Henry 8 (2774), 771 

- Riley 7 (845), 424 
Riley s (1S59), 595 

Robert, et al., 23 ; 998 

Averill, ( Robert, et al., 14, 15, 16, 25, 52 ; 

Averell, 117, is. 19 

Averill, Robert? (?). 339 
Robert 5 (?), 339 

Averill, J. Robert 5 (236) (Joseph*), 237, 238, 

ivery, J 239, 240, 253, 352, 353, 354, 355, 
359, 505, 506, 725, 726, 727, 728, 
895, 896, 993, 996, 997, 998, 999 

Averill, Robert, Jr. 6 (575) (Robert'), 355, 
500, 507, 727, 728 

- Robert 7 (1240), 479 

-Robert 7 (1370) (Truman 6 ), 506, 720, 
727, 895, S96 

Robert 9 (3817), 928 

- Robert Berryman 8 (2650), 730 
Robert Garra 8 (2685), 747, 905 

Robert Mortimer s (2623), 726 

Robert Wallace 9 (3372), 842 

Roger 6 (611), 259, 366, 534, 746 

- Roger 7 (1455) (Nathaniel' 1 ), 534, 747, 

748, 751. 906 

Roger" (3706), 906 

Roger Lee 11 (4203), 971 

- Roland 7 (S40), 425, 595 

- Roland Gelston (2750). 763, 916 

- Romeo Herbert 8 (2398), 692 

- Rosa 8 (2721), 760, 913 

- Rosa Elizabeth 9 (3171), S15, 937 

- Rosamund 8 (2406), 693 

- Rosanna' (1489), 53S, 761 

Rosanna 8 (2741), 762, 914 

Roscoe 8 (2868), 788 

- Roscoe 9 (3811), 92S 
Rose 9 (3648), S96 

- Rose Priscilla 8 (2018). 720 

- Rosellvn 9 (3254). S29 
Ross Gav 8 (2800), 7S1 

Rossiter 6 (534) (Thomas 5 ), 345, 486, 
700 

- Roswell Frank 9 (3820), 929, 970 

- Roswell H. 8 (2S72), 78S 
Roswell White 8 (2690), 751 

Rowlen Green (074). 3S7, 559 
Roxanna s (2641), 720 

- Koxanna (Noble). 306 

- Roy 9 (3184), 819 

- Roy 8 (3814), 928 
Ro\ 10 (3990), 954 

- Roy Samuel 9 (3823), 929 

- Roy V. 9 (3773). 91 S 



Index 



103:; 



Averill, Rozena May 11 (4204), 071 
■ Rozilla 8 (2401), 692 

Ruben 5 ( ), 339 

Ruben 6 (52-2), 339, 341, 4S0 

Ruby 6 (572), 355 

Rubv 9 (31S3), 819 

Rufus 7 (1371), 506 

Rufus Burton s (1708), 572, 794 

Rufus Kilbourne 8 (2620), 726, S95 

Rupert Elton 9 (3710), 907 

Russell 7 (850), 425 

Russell John 1 " (4077a), 968 

Kuth 4 (93) (Isaac 3 ), 146 

— Ruth 5 (169), 194 

Ruth 5 (203), 227 

Ruth 5 (258), 266 

Ruth 6 (297), 280 

Ruth (413), SOS 

Ruth (710). 394, 569 

Ruth 7 ( 1357), 504, 722 

Ruth 8 (1891 ), 600 

— Ruth 8 (2S05), 7SS 

Ruth 9 (3S0O), 928, 909 

Ruth 10 (4033), 060 

Ruth Alma 9 (3825), 929 

Ruth Ann 7 (1533), 540. 771 

Ruth Butler 7 (803), 427 

Ruth Ella 10 (3907), 938 

Ruth May 10 (4072), 966 

Ruth Richardson 10 (4014), 056 

Ruth (Watson), 163, Kit, L65 

Sabina 7 (1306), 493 

— Sabrina 8 (2513), 705, 8S2 

— Salinda 7 (744), 405, 576 
Sally 6 (411), 306, 30S 

Sally 7 (1458), 534 

Sally' (146S), 535 

Sally 7 (1646), 509 

Sally (Brown), 502 

Sally Caroline 7 (861), 427. 598 

Sally Johnson 7 (1427), 523. 743 

Samantha ( ? ) , 506 

Samantha 7 (1240), 479, 690 

Samuel, 185 

Averill, Samuel (161). See 
Averell, Samuel (161) 

Averill, Samuel 4 (58) (Job 3 , William-), 125, 
128, 223, 224, 470. 471. 472, 474, 
677, 67S, 679, 080, 684, 687, 688, 
875, 876, 879 

— Samuel 4 (88) (Isaac*), 143, 145, 232, 

242, 243, 244, 245, 246, 247, 248, 

249, 250, 251, 252, 253, 254, 255, 

250, 257, 25S, 259, 260, 204, 265, 
266, 267, 268, 269, 356, 361, 362, 
363, 364, 365, 371, 380, 516, 518, 
519, 520, 523, 524. 525, 526, 530, 
534, 734, 735, 738, 741, 742, 743, 
744, 745, 740, 747. 751, 899, 900, 
901, 902, 903, 904. 905, 906, 959, 
960, 961 

— Samuel 4 (97) (Job 3 , Thomas-), 14S, 

149, 150, 270, 271, 272, 273, 274, 
275, 329, 330, 332, 3S9, 390, 391, 
393, 563, 564, 565, 566, 567, 568, 
787, 788, 789, 790, 791, 792, 926, 
928. 929, 930, 931, 969, 970, 983 

Samuel 5 (171) (Job 4 , Job 3 ), 205, 207, 

208, 209, 210, 220, 221, 312, 313, 
315, 445, 446, 447, 448, 449, 454, 
626, 627, 628, 629, 630, 836, 837, 
838, 839, 840, 942, 943, 990, 991 

— Samuel 5 (251) (Samuel*), 240. 249, 

256, 258, 259, 269, 364, 365, 366, 
530, 534, 745. 740, 747, 751, 905, 
000 

— Corporal Samuel, Jr. 6 (378) (Samuel 5 , 

John 4 ). 301, 420, 59S, 599, 600. 



002, 815, 816, S17, SIS, S19, 936, 
937, 1003 
Averill, Samuel (513), (PauF), 333,334, 335, 
336, 337, 477, ooo, 691, 8S0 

— Samuel (576), 358 

Sai •]" ( 604 ) (Pt rry 5 ), 173, 304, 520, 

521, 522, 523, 7::-. 741. 742, 743, 
902, 904, 961, L004 

— Samuel (630) (Daniel 5 ), 374, 543, 544, 

707 
Samuel 6 (636), ::77 

Samuel (720), 394, 395, 509 

Samuel 7 (1210), 477 

Samuel 7 (1228), 47S 

— Samuel 8 (107:: ), 619, 830 

— Samuel A. T (1500; (Daniel 1 '), 374, 543, 

765, 921 

— Samuel A. 8 (2324). 678 
Samuel Austin 8 (2053), 630 

- Samuel Chamberlain 7 (1368), 506 

- Samuel Edward 8 (2-ui ). 7-u 

— Samuel llolenbeek (605) (Moses 5 ), 

386, 551, 555, 557. 77S. 779, 7S0, 
781. 924, 925 

— Samuel Johnson 7 (1424) (Samuel"), 5, 

44, 45, 117, 121. 132, 174, 246, 
259, 523, 524, 520, 573, 741, 742, 
902, 904, 905, 961 

- Samuel Phineas 8 (2663). 730, 902, 961 

— Samuel Roger 7 (1459), 534 

— Samuel Voltaire 7 (859), 427. 597, 598 
— Samuel Wilson 9 (3569 I, 883 

Sarah, 711 

- Sarah 4 (S3) (Paul 3 ), 142 

— Sarah 4 (91) (Isaac 3 ), 146 
Sarah 5 (144), 170, 177 



oo 



I™™' \ Sarah 5 (168), 193, 3 

Averill, Sarah 5 (228), 236 

Sarah 5 (23::), 236, 351 

Sarah" (240), 241 

Sarah (293), 282. 400. 401 

Sarah [322), 290, 410 

— Sarah 6 (366), 299, 423 

Sarah 1 ' (379). 301, 427, 42S 

Sarah (391), 305 

— Sarah (423), 311 

— Sarah (429), 312 

Sarah (437). 313, 445. 440, 637 

Sarah (470), 320. 403 

Sarah (492), 330, 471 

- Sarah (523), 341 
Sarah (531). 344 

Sarah (571), 358 

— Sarah (590), 360 

Sarah (617), 370 

Sarah 6 (709), 393, 565 

Sarah 7 (930), 43S, 610, 611, 012 

Sarah 7 (933), 439 

Sarah 7 (1164), 471 

- - Sarah 7 (1289), 487 

- Sarah 7 (1325), 498, 711 

- Sarah 7 (1452), 534 

— Sarah 7 (1605), 502 

— Sarah 7 (1613), 564, 7-0 

Sarah 8 (1908), 602, si 7 

— Sarah 8 C2340). ooo 

Sarah" (2514), 705, 882 

Sarah" (2563), 710 

Sarah ( ). 268 

Sarah Amanda 8 (1S35), 592 

Sarah (Andrews), 139 

Sarah Ann 7 (1227), 478, 691 

— Sarah Ann 8 (2380), 691 

Sarah Ann 8 (2553). 408, 714, 8SS 

- Sarah Anne Trask 8 (2035), 627, S36 

— Sarah (Crossing), 343 

Sarah E. 8 (1700), 583 



1034 



Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 



Averill, Sarah E. s (2027), 624 

Sarah Eliza 7 (1510), 545 

Sarah Elizabeth 7 (790), 417, 586 

Sarah Frances 8 (2534), 710, 886 

Sarah Frances 10 (4071), 966 

— Sarah Graves 7 (1640), 568, 792 

— Sarah II. s (1725). 574, 575, 576 

— Sarah (Hendee), 2S0 

— Sarah J. ( ), S79 

— Sarah J. K. 7 (1599), 562, 785 

— Sarah Jane 8 (2742), 762 

— Sarah Jewett s (2315), 677 

— Sarah Jones ( 3080 i, 807 

Sarah (Kneeland I, 193 

Sarah "La Verne" s (2755), 764 

Sarah (Leavitt), -11)7. 715, SS9 

Sarah Lois 9 (3635). 894 

- Sarah Louisa s (1916), 602 

- Sarah Lureita 7 (957 ). 111. (117 

Sarah Luella 9 (3592). 890 

Sarah M. s (1799), 583 

— Sarah (Mansfield), 355 
Sarah (Martin), 234 

— Sarah Page 9 (3581), 8S5, 956 

Sarah (Payne). 366 

Sarah (Peal.iodv), 22 li 

— Sarah (Perry)," 829 

- Sarah Sprague 9 (3735), 912, 9G6 

— Sarah (Stone), 392 

Sarah Volinda 7 (870), 427, GOO 

- Schuvler 7 (1531), 549 

Scott 9 (3330), 838 

Selena A. E.' J (3598), S90 

— Selina 7 (1326), 498, 712, 713, 714 
Sherman 10 (3924), 940 

-- Sidney 8 (1928 ), 603 

Sidney S. 7 (877), 433, 603, 823, 824, 

939 

— - Silas- ( 5 ). 336 

— Silas 5 (21S), 231, 232 

— Solomon 4 (78) (Thomas"'), 135, 137, 

228, 233, 235, 344, 345, 346, 485, 
486, 487, 4SS, 489, 490, 700, 701, 
702, 703, 986 

— Sophia 7 (728), 398, 400 

— Sophia 7 (7!)!)). 418 

— Sophia 7 (994), 4 4G 

— Sophronia 7 (942) (David 6 ), 440, 613, 

614 

— Sophronia 7 (95G), 441 

— Sophronia* (1900), 600, 816 

— Sophronia s (2524). 706, 885 

Sophronia A. s (1883), 599 

- Sophronia Dorcas 7 I soil i. 427 

- Sophronia Sabrina 9 (3570), 883 

Spear 7 (1373), 506 

- Stanley 11 (4210), 973 

— Statina' 1 (538), 346, 487 

Stella Rivers 9 (3709), 907, 962 

— Stephen, et al., ::1 , ::4 ; 32; 984 
Averill, Stephen (724). Sec 
Averell, Stephen (724) 

Averill, Hon. Stephen ('' )•" (116) (William*), 
157, 158, 159, 160, 280, 2S1, 282, 
397 



396, 



570, 571, 
795, 796, 



398, 400, 

9s! 



2s:; 
4 05 
7!U 
971 
Stephen 8 (338), 294 
" (1493), 539 
( 1625), 565 

(1610), 564, 78 



■ Stephen 

Stephen 

■ Stephen \ 
969 

- Stephen 

539, 
966, 967 

- Stephen Perl in 



401, 402, 
174, 576, 
:><>, 9::2, 



926, 927, 



Noble Cilii). 366, 370, 538, 
"60, 761, 



913, 914, 915, 



613 



(son. 419, 587 



Submit (French), 705, 706 



Averill, Susan 7 (941), 440, 

Susan 7 (999), 447 

Susan 7 (1237), 47S, 695 

— Susan s (1785), 582 

— Susan s (2709), 769 

Susan Anne 6 (472). 320, 4G3 

Susan Elizabeth 8 (2730), 761, 913 

Susan Elizabeth 9 (3715), 907, 963, 964 

- Susan J. 7 (1079), 460, 647 

- Susan Jeannette 6 (691), 3SS 

- Susan ( Maxham ). 424 

— Susanna 5 (195), 223 
Susanna (367), 299 

— Susanna O') (566), 352 

Susanna( b )° (568), 352 

— Susannah (")'"• (330), 293 

- Susannah! 1 ') 1 ' (339), 294 

- Susannah 7 (833), 421, 592 

— Susie s (2S67), 78S 

- Sylvia 7 (130S), 494, 706, SSS 

- "That" 5 (214), 231, 232, 357, 986, 

997, 99S 

— Thelma Edith 9 (3631), 893 

— Thelma Mae 10 (3934), 944 

— Theodore 7 (1395), 509 

— Theodore 8 (1864), 596 

Theodore Burlingame 9 (3028), 798 

- Theodore Roosevelt 9 (3230). 826 

- Theron 6 (515), 339, 341. 479 
Tin ion K. 7 ( 12411). 479 

- Thirza Jannett s (2791). 779 

- Thomas, 18 
Thomas 5 < ?), 336, 337 

Averill, } Thomas 4 (49) (John 3 , William-), 
Averell, M23, 190, 191, 192, 193. 304, 306, 
Avery, J 434, 135, 604, 605, 824, 984 

- - Thomas 5 (160) (John 4 , John'), 1S7, 

1SS, 190, 299. 300. 33S, 424, 425, 
593, 594, 595, 596, 597, 812, 813, 
814, 936, 998 

- Thomas 5 (167) (Thomas 4 , John 3 ), 

19:;, 304, 305. 434. 435. 604, 
824 

— Thomas 5 (212) (Ichabod 4 ), 230. 231, 

232, 337, 33S, 339, 340, 47S, 479, 
480, 692, 693, 694, 695, 696, 880, 
SSI, 994, 997, 1001, 1002 

- Dr. Thomas 5 (223) (Solomon*), 235, 

344, 345, 347, 4S5, 4S6, 490, 700, 
9S0, 9S7 

— Thomas 3rd (394). 305 

Lieut. Thomas 6 (435) (Benjamin 5 ), 312, 

444. 025, 626, 825 
-Thomas (517) (Thomas 5 ), 339, 341, 

479, 696 

Thomas" (529), 344, 481 

■ Thomas 7 (803), 419, 587 

• Thomas 7 (S51) (Jesse 6 ), 425, 596, 812, 

813 

Thomas 7 (952), 440 

■ Thomas 7 (971 ), 443 

Thomas 7 (1344), 337. 502 

Thomas Boothbay 7 (774), 414. 5S2, SOS, 

9::;, 
Thomas Leverett 8 (1812), 5S7 

- Thomas Page s (2646), 730, S9S 

— Thomas Page, Jr. 9 (3670), S98 

Thomas William 7 (990) (Thomas?), 445, 

025, 835 

Thomas Wilson 9 (3571), 8S3. 953 

- Thurston Fairfield s (2881 ). 791 

— Trask Woodburv 7 (1318) (John 6 ), 494, 

495. 709, 710. 886, SS7 

- Truman 1 '' (570) (Robert 5 ), 

500. 725. 720. 727. so: 

— Truman N. s (2019), 720 

— Trvphosa 9 (3808), 926 

- Urania (5S5), 35S 



192, 
005, 



355, 505, 
S96, 1003 



Index 



1035 



Avery, Urania' 1 (615), 370 
Ursula J. 8 ('24i)7 ). 693 

Velma 9 (3614), 892 

- Veraneous G. 8 (3751), 915, 967 

Veraneous Griswold 7 (1492), 538, 539, 

762, 914. 915, 'J66, 907 

- Veraneous Griswold 8 (2743), 762, 915, 

966, 967 

Verine H. 9 (3544), 879 

• Victor 9 (3304). 831 

Vida Morton 9 (3250), 82S 

Violet Pasadena 1 " (4085), 969 

Violet Virginia 10 (4030), 959 

- Virginia E. 1 " (4088), 970 

Virtue" (427), 310 

■ Volnev 7 (S41), 424, 812, 936 

Volnev 8 (1922), 603, 820 

Volney 9 (3137), 812 

■ ■ Volnev Hopkins 7 (843), 424, 594, 812 

Voltaire 8 (1880), 598 

Wales 8 (1918), 603, 819, 937, 938, 939 

- Wallace 8 (1889), 599 

Wallace 8 (2450), 696 

- Wallace 8 (2643), 729 

- Wallace Fowler 8 (2765), 765 
Wallace Le Rov 9 (3667), 896 

- Walter, et al., 19 ; 23; 31 

- Walter" (646), 377 

Walter Badger 8 (2139), 646 

Walter Curtiss 9 (3687), 901, 9.39, 960 

Walter George 10 (4077b), 968 

- Walter Hall 9 (3332), 838, 943 

Walter Irving 9 (3077), 807 

- Walter J. O. 9 (3600), 890 
Walter Leon 9 (3645). 896 

■ Dr. Walter S. 7 (1250), 340, 479, 696 

■ Walter Smith 7 (1550). 5.37, 7S1 

- Warren 7 (1167), 471. 678 

- Warren 7 (1607 ). See 
Ira Warren 7 (1007) 

■ Warren 7 (Kill). .3111 

Warren 7 (1631), 565 

Warren 8 (2856), 787 

Warren 1 ' (3s()0), 92 (i 

Warren Lamson 8 (2839), 7S4 

Warren S. 8 (2S71), 7s-. 928 

Washington 8 (1972J), 619 

Waterman K. s (2775), 771 

- Webster 8 (1SS2). 598 

Wesley 8 (1972c), 61S 

Weslev Wood 8 (2S03), 780 

-- Weston David 8 (2.31s), 706, 8S3, SS5, 
952 953, 971 972. 973 

Weston Hanson 10 '(3981), 953, 972 

Wilbert Riley 9 (3340), 837 

Willard 8 (2862), 787 

Willard Gushing 8 (1989), 621, 831, 941, 

942 

■ Willard Gushing 9 (3313), 831 

Willard Gushing 10 (392s). 942 

- William, et al.. 24 : 31 ; 31 ; 31 

32 ; 193 : 355 
Averill, William (180). See 
Averell, William ( L80) 
Averill, William 5 (147) (Jabez 4 ), 175, 

177, 289, 290, 292, 293, 397, 

418, 586, 810 

William" (292) (Stephen 5 ), 281, 282, 

293, 397. 398, 399, 400, 402, 570, 

794, 795. 932, 971 
Averill, ) 
Avery, j William" (315) (Joseph 5 ), 288, 

289, 414, 582, SOS. 936 
Averill, William 2nd" (439) (Samuel 5 ), 313, 

322, 446, 626, 627, S36, 837, 838, 

839, S40. 942. 943. 944 
■ Deacon William" (446) (William 5 , 

Job 4 ), 314, 315, 449, 450, 631, 632 



Averill, William" (526) (Ebt 



31 



176, 
417, 



William" 

768 
William" 
William 7 
William 7 
William 7 



(633) (Daniel-'), 



374, 544, 

/ >. 394 



svi, 



i 16, 



(718) (Job 5 , Sa, 

I 953 I, 140, 617 

i 1287 ), 487 

( L330), 497, 19S, 715, 
890, 958 
-Rev. William 7 (1.317k) (Henri/), 
768, 769, 922 

- William 7 (1636), 567 

- William 8 (1784 I, 582 

- William" ( L912 I, 602, SIS 

- William 8 (1982), 620, 831 

- William 2nd 8 (2037), 627, S37 
William 8 (210.3), 636 
William 8 (2331 >. 679 
William 8 (2556), 715 

- William. Jr." (2561), 497, 716, 890 

- William" (2639), 729 

- William 8 (2709), 757 
William 8 (2792 ). 77!) 
William 9 (3015), 797 

- William 9 (3110), S09 

- William 9 (3325). S37 

- William, Jr. 9 (3326), 838 

- William 9 (372(3), 911 

- William 9 (3780), 923 

- William 9 (3810), 928 

- William 9 (3816), 928 

- William Armitage 9 (3172), 815 

- William Bassetf (1512), 545 

- William Boothbay' ( 777), 414 

- William Brooks 7 (1544), .3.3.3, 556, 557, 

778, 779, 924 

- William Browning' (787). 417, 585, 

809 

- William G. 7 (1597, 561 

- William Charles 9 (3601). 890 

- William Cummings 9 (3590), 888, 958, 

974 

- William David 9 (3672), 898 

- William Dennis 9 (3245), S2S 

- William E. s (2769b), 769 

- William Franklin (037) (Isaac 5 ), 377, 

54S. 771 
William Franklin 7 (1525), 548 

- William Franklin" (2773), 771 
William If. 7 (1518), 54s 

- William II." (1968), 615 

- William Henrv 7 (1406), 44, 513. 729, 

S9S 
William ITrnrv" (2049). 730, 898 

- William Henrv 2nd" (2651), 730 

- William Ilenn" (2771c), 771, 923 
William Henry 9 (3682), 900 

- William Henrv Harrison 7 (1588), 560, 

- William Hoadlev 7 (1505) (Daniel 2nd 8 ), 

374, 543, 7H3 
William Homer 8 ( lsiil ), .39.3 

- William Howes 8 (1865), 596 

- William llurd 7 (1117). 530 
William John 9 (3608), S91 

- William Judson 8 (2678), 744 

- William Lawson 8 (2770c), 709, 922 

- William M. s (2:382) (Daniel 1 ), 691, 880 

- William Macv 8 (2573), 71S 

- William McFadden 9 (3312), 831 

- William Penn 8 (1926), 603 

- William Pitt" (537), 346 

- William Pitt Piatt" (2704), 756 

- William Premier 1 " (4077). 968 
■ William S. 7 (102(1). 450. 631 

- William Samuel" (2-:>i. M 
William Sherman" (2412), 695, 881 

-William Tarbell 7 (1168) (Benjamin?), 
4. 471. 078. -7.3 



1036 



Averell, Averill, Avery Family 



Averill, William Thomas 8 (2032) 6^5 

- William W. s (2453), 697 

- William W. 9 (3548), 879 

- William Walter (1217) (Paul''), 477, 

690, 879 " ' 

- William Warren 8 (2333) 679 

- Willie 9 (3587), SS6 

- Willis" (2642), 729 

- Willis G. s (1939), 607 

- Willis Morris 8 (27.57). 764 

- Wilmot 8 (2034), 627, 836, 942 

- Wilmot Jr. (■•')" (3319), 836 

- Wilmot Jr.(") 9 (3320), 836 

- Wilmot Ryder 10 (3929), 942 

- Wilson Albert 8 (1871), '597, S14 

- Woodbury J. 8 (1941), 607 

- Dr. Woodbury Trask 8 (2537), 710 8S6 

Worth Sherman 10 (3911), 939 

- Wyckliffe Jerome 7 (1566), 558 

- Wyman 5 (248), 238, 239, 241, 996, 997, 

99S, 1000 

- Zarah May 9 (3248), S28 

- Zenas Emery 11 (3247). S2S 
Zeruiah 6 (325), 291 

Zeruiah 7 (791). 417 

- Zilpah Irene 8 (2893), 793 

Zulima 6 (571a), 355 

Averille, Emma Ellene 1 (1413) (Jesse*) 515 

734 ' ' 

Harriet Sophia 7 (1410), 515, 733, 734 

Jennie L. s (2655), 734 

- Jessie Louisa 7 (1414). 515, 734 
Marvin Dudley 7 (1411), 515, 734 

Sarah Elizabeth 7 (1400), 515, 733 

Weritt, George, 991 

\verle, Hugh de, 6 
\very, Aaron (490), 329 

- Abbott Lawrence 8 (2208) 653 

- Abiel 7 (1114). 464, 650, S47 
Abiel, Jr. 8 (21 S3). (i51 

- Abiel Delius 7 (11S6), 474 

Vddie A.' 1 (3445), S52 

- Adelaide 8 (2224), 655 

- Adeline 7 (982), 443, 623 

- Adoniram Judson 8 (2225) 655 851 

- Artie Ella 9 (3477), 866 

- Agnes Louise 9 (3624), 893 

- Albert 7 (797), 41S 

- Albert Edward 9 (3463 ), 856 

- Albert Judson (3476), 866, 951 

- Albert Lewis 9 (343S), S50, 045, 946 

- Albert Wayland 8 (2205). 6.52 
Alexander Gordon 9 (3423). 848 
Alfred, 169 

- Alfred 15. s (2341), 684 

- Alfred Littlefleld 8 (2232) 657 

- Alice L. s (2298), 673, 873 
• Alice L. R (2583), 720 

Alma 8 (2264), 669, 670, 871 

- Alma W. 9 (3508), 875 
Mine. la (ilarriman), 856 
Almond 8 (2305), 675, 873 
Amelia E. 9 (3427), 849 
Amy Florence 9 (3478), 867 
Vngeline Elizabeth 8 (2187), 651 

Ami Maria (Sinnott), 680 
- Anna Gertrude ( Pierce), 946 

- Anna M. s (2299), 673, 873 
Annette Cameron (Voris), 948 
Annie 8 (2290), 672 
Annie Frances 8 ( 1809 ), 587 
\nnie Laurie 8 (2258), 666, 
Vra L. 8 (2261), 669, 871 
Aria" 1 (3968), 951 
\ila Sterritt 9 (3483), 868 
Arietta 7 (1 185), 474 
Vrthur 9 (3504), 874 
\rthur Ware 8 (2254), 665 



S10 
S66 



Avery, Ashley 9 (3432), 850 

— Belinda 7 (1174), 473 

— Belinda 7- (1183), 474. 679 

— Benjamin 5 (283), 276 

— Benjamin 5 (290), 276, 277 

— Benjamin Waldo 10 (3965), 9.51 

Benjamin Weeks 8 (2257), 666, S66, 867, 

951 

— Bernard 9 (3505), S74 

— Bert Mark 8 (2311), 676, S74 

— Bertha Mae (Pettee), 946 
Bessie Tarbell 9 (3466), S62, 947 

— Betsey (499), 331 

— Blanche (Ross), 874 

Burt 9 (3420), S48 

Bynm Cousins 8 (2242), 65S. 855 

— Caroline Augusta 8 (2338), 683, 684, 6S7 

876 

- ( laroline (Kincaid), 672 
( farolyn 9 (3472), 863 

— Carrie Lizzie 9 (3429), S49, 944 

— Catherine Crane 10 (3944), 946 
( 'halmer-' (3507), S74 

( 'harles 7 (977), 443 

Charles DelbcrC (2237), 657, S53 

— Charles Lansil 8 (2578), 719, 892 
Charles Wallace 9 (3439), 850 

— Christina Cousins 8 (2243), 658, 856 

Christopher 1 , 4, 124, 330 

— Clara Arlette 8 (2247), 663 

— Clara Elizabeth" (3473), 863 
Clara Irene 9 (3623), 893 

— Clara Ma3' s (2186), 651 

— Clarence 9 (3448), 852 

- ( larissa 7 (113S), 468 

— Clarissa 7 (1159), 470, 677 

— Cora Frances 9 (3439), 850 

Cora Frances 10 (3943), 946 

Cornelia c. 8 (2336), 680 

Cyrus D., 782 

- Daniel 8 (2302), 074 

— Darius Newell 8 (2245). 665. S59 860 
"Avery," ) David 4 (107) (.Benjamin 3 ') , 153, 
Averell, ^ 275, 27(i. 977 

Avery, David 5 (276), 276, 977 

— David 5 (2S7), 277 

— David Colfax 8 (2190), 6,51 

— Delpha 8 (2309), 676 

— Diantha (Parlin) Lock, 676 

Dorcas Emma 9 (3626), 893 

— Dorcas Foster 7 (1351), 504 

— Drusilla 7 (1155), 470 

— Dwight, 632 

— Eda Ann 7 (1354), 504, 722 

— Edith 8 (2343), 6S4 

— Edith 9 (3421), 84S 

- Edna Catherine 8 (25S5), 721 

- Edna Churchill 9 (3622), S93 

- Edna F. 9 (3451). 852 

- Edna Irene 9 (3424), 84S 

- Edward 7 (112.5), 407, 657, 65S, S53, 

854, 855. 856, 946 

- Edward 2nd s (2216), 654. S50, 945 

- Edward 9 (3433). S.50 

- Edward 9 (3459), 855, 946 

- Edward Crocker 10 (3937), 945 

- Edward Franklin 8 (2241). 658, 855, 946 

- Edward Franklin 10 (3951), 946 
Edward Orlando 8 (2244), 665, S57, S5S 
Edward Squibb 8 (2019). 622 

- Edwin Augustus 8 (22.59). 666, S67 
Eleanor 10 (3991), 952 

- Eliab" (284 ), 270 
Elijah ('?), 3S0 

- Eliza 8 (2303), 67 4 
Eliza 8 (2307), 675, 874 

- Eliza Ann 7 (1146), 46S. 673 
Eliza H. (Eddy), 666, 669, 867 



Index 



1037 



Avery, Eliza(beth) 6 (277), 27(3 

Avery, I 

Averill, [Elizabeth 5 (114) (William 1 '), 160, 

Averell, J 278, 279 

Avery, Elizabeth Frances 7 (794), 418 

■ Elizabeth Helena 10 (3950), 946 

Elizabeth Holbrook (Dole), 860 

■ Elizabeth Jackson 7 (1120), 465 

Ella 9 (3430), 850 

Ella (Dunton), 867 

Ella (Smith), 862 

Ellen" (2301), 074 

Ellen Maria 9 (3437), S50 

- Elmira Janette 8 (2201), 652, 847 

Hon. Elroy M., 4, 45, 469 

Mrs. Elroy M.. 4. 45 

— Emerson" (3501). 873 

— Emma Eckstein" (2021), 023 
Emma Ehlora" (25S4), 721, S93 

Enoch 6 (480) (Enoch 5 ), 1, 325, 326, 

328, 465, 466, 467, 473, 653, 654, 
656, 657, OSS, 666, 670, 671, 847, 
84S, 849, 850, 851, 852, 853, S54, 
855, S56, 857, S59, 860, 861, 862, 
803, S64, 866, 867, 868, S71, 944, 
945, 946, 017. 948, 951 

Enoch 6 (486), 329 

Enoch 7 (1121). 407, 653, 654, S49, 850, 

851, 944, 045 

Enoch' (1147). 469 

Enoch. Jr. s (2212), 654, 849, 944 

Enoch Franklin 9 (3426), 849 

Enoch McClellan 7 (1119), 405, 053 

Ephraim Foster 7 (1352) (Foster"), 504, 

720, 893 

Ernest Albert 10 (3939 I, 945 

Eugene 9 (3480), 867 

- Eugene M. s (2210), 653 
Eunice" (4S7). 329 

Eunice Mayo 8 (2234), 657, S52 

■ Eunice (Prentice), 330 

Evelvn Roberts 9 (3464), 856 

Fanny 8 (2i ). 674 

- - Flora Thompson (Huntington), 858 

Florence Evelyn 10 (3945), 040 

Florence May 9 (3454), 853 

Florence Olcott 9 (3469), SOS 

Foster (562) (Mark 6 ), 351. 503, 71S, 

719, 720, 721, 722, 892. S93 
France.- 1 " (3962), 948 

Frank 9 (3441), S51 

Frank Eugene" (2582), 720, 892 

■ Frank Milton 8 (1807), 417. 586 

Franklin 7 (70S). 418 

Franklin 8 (2204), 052, S4S 

Fred 9 (3431), 850 

— Fred E. s (2330). 684 

■ Fred Russell 1 " (3040), 045 

George 7 (1136), 46S 

George 7 (1178). 474 

■ George 9 (3457 I, 854 

George A." (2265), 072 

George Alden s (2240), 658, 854, 946 

- George E. s (2227). 055, 851 

George Edward 8 (2334), 6S0 

George Edwin 8 (2249), 665, 861 

George Edwin, Jr. 9 (3468), S02. 947, 

94S 

George X." (2205). 073 

George Robert' (1103). 4_74. 688, S79 

Rev. George Sanford 8 (2577), 710 

-Rev. George Walter 8 (3435), 850, 945 

George Washington 7 (981), 443, 622 

George Washington 8 (2185), 651 

Georgia 8 (2202). 672, S72 

Georgia 9 CM 13), 852 

Avery, Gideon. See 
Averill, Gideon Barber 6 ("573) 



■j , Gladys 11 , 945 

- Glenice 9 ( 3506 I, 874 
Grace A. 9 (3447), 852 

- Grant Eugene s (2189), 65] 

- Hannah 5 (281), 276 

- Hannah 6 (488), 320 

- Hannah 8 (1777;, 582 

- Hannah F. ( Harding I, 658 

- Hamuli (Potter), 173 

- Hannah Shaw 8 (22:::: i, 657 

- Harold Lou,. IP" (3947), 040 
Harriet 7 I 1 123), 467, 655, 656 

- Harriet (Brown), 676 

- Harriet E. s (2200), 073, 873 

- Harriet Leighton' < 1 181 ), 474, G8S 

- Harry 9 (3449), 852 

■ Harry Eugene 8 (2250), 005 

■ Helen 8 (2203), i;72 

■ Helen 9 (3471 I, 863 
Helen 9 (3502), -7:: 
Helen E. 9 (3481), 867 

■ Henry' (700), 41*. 586, - L0 
Henry' (070), 443, 622 
Henry' (1355), 504 

■ Henry 8 (2018), 022 
Henry Clay" (2182), 651 
Henry Foster" (2576), 719 

■ Henrv Franklin 7 (1191), 474 
Henrv \V., 373 

Herman 9 (3462), 856 
Hilda Mae 1 " (3949), 946 
Hiram 7 (1141), 468 
Horai i U . (2297), 673, S73 
• Horace Waters" (2251), 005, 863, 864, 
94S 
Horace Water-. Jr. 8 (3475), S04 
Hortense Leonore (Wisner), 951 
Humphrey, et al., 188 ; 003 
[da 9 (3434), 850 
Ida Francis" (2570), 719 
Idella Eliza" (2202), 000, S07 
Imogi ne T. s (2294 ), 673, S72 
Ina Ruth 9 (3479), 867 
Inez M." (3509 1, 875 
Innocence L. s ( 220 I i, 673 
Ira' illl7). lo". 
[ra s (2202), o52. 848 
[rem T < 1 190), 474 
Isaac i 132), 312, 443, 022, 623 
Isaac Emery s (2024), 623 
[srael 6 (489) (Israel 5 ), 329, 170, 673, 

074, 07.-,, 676, 077, 873, 874 
Israel' (1156) (Israel"), 329, 470, 075, 

676, 873, -74 
Jabez, 17) 

.i.mn- J (Christopher 1 ), 4, 112, 124 
James 6 (485), 329 

•lames 7 (1144) (Nathan"), 468, 672, -72 
.bum s 8 (1783), 582 
James Melvin 9 (3455), 853 
James Parker" (2222 I, 654 
Jane" (312), 288 
Jane 6 ( 197), 331 
Jane' l 1 154 I, 470, 675 
.lane Eliza 9 (3 161 ). 355, 040 
Jane Porter 7 i 1175). 473, 6S0 
Jeremiah Mason' (1350) (Foster' 

504. 719, 892 
John. p| al., 23 : 32 : 1003 
John <<,c of State of Maine). 1, 3, 

464, 169 
Sargt. John 3 (11) (William", William'), 
86, 88, 89, 90, 91, 02, 05. 96, 412, 
440, 421. 122. 123. 124. 125, 134, 
183, 190, 193, 104. 295, 296, 299, 
301, 302, 303, 304, 306, 307, 308, 
309, 121. 422. 123, 424. 425, 426, 
427. 428, 431, 132, !::::. 4:; I, 435, 



1038 



Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 



136, 4.:7. 438, 139, 440, 441, 592, 

593, 594, 595, 596, 597, 598, 599, 

600, 602, 603, 604, 605, 606, 607, 

60S, 609, 610, Oil, 612, 613, 614, 

615, 616, 617, 618, 621, 811, 812, 

S13, 814, S15, 816, 817, 818, 819, 

S20, 82:;, S24, 825, 826, 827, 82S, 

829, 936, 937, 938, 939, 940, 941 

) Vr, 'y- f John 5 (166), 193, 979, 9S1 

Averill, I 

Averv, John 6 (498) (Samuel 5 ), 1, 326, 331, 

166, 472, 47;;. (179, 680, 6S4, 687, 

688, 876 

— John (723 I, 395 

i very ,' 1 l John' (773) (Joseph''), 414, 5S2 
Aver ell, ) 

Averv. John 7 (1177) (John B ), 331, 474, GS0, 
683, 876 

— John 7 (1349) (Foster 6 ), 504, 718, 892 
John c.' J (3422), 848 

- John Edward 8 (2337 ). 683 

— John Frederick 8 (3460), 855, 946 

- John Herbert 51 (2250), 005, 862, 94S 

John Marshall 8 (2181), 651 

- John Waters 7 (1116), 404, C52, S4S 
Avery, Joseph (241). See 

Averill, Joseph (244) 

Werv, Joseph 4 (84) (Paul 3 ), 141, 142, 2:11. 
232, 236, 237, 238, 239, 240, 334, 
352, 353, 354, 355, 356, 358, 505, 
506, 507, 50S, 509, 510, 513, 514, 
515, 516, 725, 726, 727. 72S, 729, 
730, 733, 734, S95, S96, 897, S9S, 
S99 

Joseph 5 (133) (Joseph*. William'), 171. 

288, 414. 415, 582, 807, SOS, 935, 
936, 971, 981, 9S2 

Joseph 6 (477) (Enoch 5 ), 1. 3, 325, 326, 

327, 328, 4(14, 466, 407, 469, 650, 
651, 652, 653, S47, S48 
Joseph 7 (1115), 404, 409, 651, S47 
Josi ph 8 (1776), 582 
Rev. Joseph, 10 

Joseph Dunton 7 (1187), 474. S52 
Joseph Waters s (2209), 053 
Averv, Josiah. See 
Averill, Josiah (24:: ) 
Averv. Judith 5 (2S0). 277 

Judson 7 (1129) (Enoch?), 407, 468, 666, 
H72, 860, S07, 951 

- Julia 7 (1153), 47i). 67 I 

Julia Ann Leig'hton 7 (1180), 474, 6S4, 

687, 876 

- Junius s (2308), 675, S74 

-- Kenneth Gilcrest 10 (3963), 94S 

- Kenneth Newell 9 (3470). SOS, 948 
Kittie Murphy 8 (2255), 605 

- Laura B.° (3446), 852 

- Laura Coombs 10 (3942), 945 
Laurice Albert 1 " (3966), 951 

- Lena May 9 (3021), S92 
Leon J.° (3620), 892 

- Leonard Cooper' (1170). 474, 0S4 

- Leonard Cooper 8 (2210). <;(;."> 
Leonora Estella 9 (3428), S49, 944 
Leonore 10 (3909). 951 

Leslie Randall 10 (3940), 940 
Levi Russell 7 (1170), 474, 0S0 
Lewman 8 (2226), iw,-, 

- Lewman G. 7 (1122), 404, 407, 054, 851, 

852 

- Lilla (3442). 851 

- Lilla S. 8 (2025), 623 

- Lizzie (Hight), 675 

- Lizzie S. 8 (2340), est 

Lizzie Waters 8 (2206), 652 
l.lewelhn West" (3474), 864, 94S 
Lovina' ( 1 I to), t68 



rv, Lu Ella (West), 864 

- Lucinda A. s (2219). 054 

- Lucinda (Colson), r,."i4 

- Lucretia (Giddings), 276, 277 
Lucv 5 (279), 276 

- Lucv 6 (500), 331 
Lucy 8 (1778), 582 
Luetta 8 (2291), 672, S72 
Lulu 9 (3503), S74 

Lulu Ellen s (2263), 069, SG7 
Lulu Pierce 9 (345S), 854 
Mae Belle s (2344). OSS, S79 
Marcia Aver 7 (1182), 474, 688 
Margaret 7 (988), 444, 025 
Margaret 7 (1137), 46S 

- Margaret J. 8 (2211), 054 
Margaret (Shepard), 407 

- Maria 6 (503), 331 
Marie Grace 9 (3456), 853 
Marion 10 (3941), 945 

Mark 7 (1157) (Israel"). 470, 070, S74 

- Mark A. s (2581), 720 
Martha 7 (1158), 470, 070. 677 

- Mary 5 (278), 276 

- Mary 6 (501), 331 
Mary' (1120), 467 

- Mary 8 (1774), 582 

- Mary A. (Warden), 450, 032 
Mary Ann 7 (980), 443 
Mary Belle s (25S7). 721 
Mary L\ s (2218), 654, 850 
Mary K.' J (34.30). S52 

Man- Kliz. s (2020), 622 
Mary Eliza (Coomb-). 945 
Mary Louise (Howe), S52 
Man Shaw 8 (2235), 657 
Marv Spinney 8 (2023), 023 
Melin.la Alice 8 (2220), 054, S51 
Mellen 8 (2215), 654, S49 
Melvina J. 9 (3425), 849 
Mercv Ann 8 (2230), 057, S52 
Miles 7 (1132), 46S 
Miles Lowell 7 (1192), 474 
Millard 8 (22S9), 672 
Monford Patten 10 (3935), 945 

Mrs. , 344 

Myrick 7 (1143), 46S, 672 
Nancv 7 (1149), 469 
Nancy 8 (21S4), 651 
Vancv 10 (3970), 951 
Nancv Clapp (Eddy), 064, 005 
Nancy (Door), 673, 674 
Nancy (Gilcrest) Quereau, 94S 
Nancv Margaret 8 (224S), 665, S60 
Nancv Voris 10 (3964), 948 
Natalia 9 (3453), S53 
Nathan, et al.. 1000 : 1000 
Nathan 6 (4S2) (Enoch ), 325, 326, 

468, 672, 673. S72, S73 
Nathan Merrill 7 (1145) (Nathan''), 

673. 872. S73 
Nathaniel, 1000 
Nellie I).. 4S0 

Nellie Jane 8 (2252), 665, SC4 
Nellie L. 9 (3444). S52 
lion. Newell 7 (1128), 3, 467, 469, 

661, 662, 003, 064, 665, 666, 

070. S57, S59, S00, S61, 862, 

864, 947. 94S 
Newell 9 (3467), S62 
Rev. Newell Augustus 8 (2239), 658, 

856 
Newell Eddv 8 (222S). 474, 655, 855 
Norman Frederick 9 (341S), S47 
Olive (MeCobb). 072 
One 7 ( 1 1271. 4(17 
Otis 7 (1142). 468 
Patience (Hodgkins), 023 



32S, 
468, 



658, 

669, 
S03, 



Index 



1039 



Avery, Paul Revere 9 (3625), 893 

- Pauline Upton 8 (2580), 720 

- Pearl'-' (3500), 873 

- Peter Augustus 15 (2180), 651 

- Phoebe Eva 8 (2223), 654, S51 
Phoebe J. 8 (2213), 654 

- Prentiss Mellen 7 (1124), 467, 657, 852, 

853 

- Rachel (476), 328, 404, 654 

- Rachel (Chapman). 655 

- Ralph Waldo 8 (2260), 669 

- Reuben H. s (2335), 680 

- Richard, et ah, 32, 34 : 3S9 

- Robert, et al., 389 : 90S 

- Robert 5 (2S9), 277 

Robert Fove 6 (502 | {Samui /" i, 331, 
474, 688, 879 

- Robert Walton 8 (3417). -47 

- Rosa F. (Glidden I, 866, 867 
Roscoe Green 7 ( 1 1S9), 474 

- Rose 9 (231 ii). 676 

— Roxana 7 (114s ). 474 

- Rov Melvin 10 (3938), 945 

— Ruben Fairfield 7 (1130), 468 
Russell Grant (3419). 847 

j™%l, I Ruth 5 (117) {William*), 157, 158, 

, .- ,' (160, 2S2 
Averill, J 

Avi rv, Ruth (470), 327, 328, 465 

— Ruth 7 (1133), 467, 46S, 670, 671 

— Ruth 7 (114- ). 169 

Ruth Boynton 10 (394S), 946 

— Ruth Huntington 9 (3465), 858 
Sallv 7 , 344 

— Sallv s (1775). 5S2 

Samuel, et al., 1S3 ; 18S, 189; 185, 

253 : 296 : 301 ; 303 ; 90S 
Averv, Samuel ( L99 I. See 
Averell, Samuel ( 199) 
Avery, Samuel 5 ( 285 ), 2,7 

— Samuel 6 (313), 288 

- Samuel, Jr. 6 (496), 331 

— Samuel, .lr.' ; (695), 389, 391, 563 

- Samuel S. s (2342), 684 
Samuel Waters' (Ills). 465 
Sanborn s (2217 I, 654 
Sarah 5 (282), 270 

— Sarah 6 (3Ki), 288 

Sarah Uistin 8 (2207), 653 - 
Sarah Elizabeth 8 (2203), 652 
Sarah Elizabeth 85 (2288), 672 
Sarah (Grover), 4r0 

— Sarah J. 8 (2214), 054. 849 

— Sarah J. ( ). 465 

— Sarah (Kearswell), 563 

— Sarah Maria 7 (1188), 474 

— Sarah Porter 7 (1353), 5n4, 721 
Sarah Waters 8 (2179), 651 

— Sarah (Waters), 404, 651 

— Seth 7 (1152). 47(i. 673, 674, 675 
Seth, Jr. s (2304), 074 

— I Sewell 
/ Sewall 7 (1131 i (Enoch"), 467 

606, 669, 867, B68, 871, 951 

— Sewell Edwin 8 (2230), 057, S53 

— Sewell Lee'' (34-2). 868, 951 

— Sewell Lee 10 (3967). 951 

- Sewell S. s (2221), 054 
Simeon. 400 

Simeon 15 (484), 1, 3 

468 

Simeon 7 (1150), 469 

Sister, 76 
— Solomon 5 (280). 276 

SopMa 7 (1130), 468 

Stephen, mill, liiii2 

Stephen 6 (314). 288 

- Susan 7 (1151 ). 400 



468, 



316, 32S, 464, 



Avery, Susan Sophia 5 (2231), 657 
- an Sophia 5 < 22:;- ), i;57 

- Susanna ( ), 70 

Susie II." i 3 152 I, S53 
Sutton Foy 7 (1173), 17:: 

Thomas, et al., 3, 4: 24; 73. 75, 76, 97 

- \ ilia (3619 ). 892 

- Villeroy R. 5 (2586), 721, -:>:; 

- Waldo Allan! 5 < 2260 I, 669, 367, SOS, 

951 
W.ihh, Allard, Jr. 9 (3484), 871, 951, 

952 
Waldo Allard 1 " (3991 ), 952 
Walter Franei- 1 " i ::o:;oi, !U5 

- Walton Felch s (2188 I, 651, -47 

- Warren 7 ( I L35 .. 168 
Wi sli '-'' (3440), -5 1 
Wilbra 8 (2306), 675 

- William. tool 

- William 1 (of Dedham l, 45 

- William 5 (2S8), 277 

Averv, ( Capt. William'' (332) {William 5 , 
Averill, SJabez*), 293, 417, 418, 586, 810 
Averv, William 6 (4-1 i {Enoch 5 , Israel 4 ), 325, 
326, 327, 32s. 468, 622, 666, 072 

- William ( a )' (978), 1 13 

- William! 1 ') 7 (983 I. 443 

William Alden 7 (1134), 40S, 006, 672 

- William Emerv s (2022), 023 

- William Enoch 8 (2229), 057 
William Henry s ( 1808), 5-7 

- William Loririg 7 < 795 l, 118, 586 
Averves, | 

33, 3 4 



\ Elizabeth 



Vverie, 

Averill 
Averys, [ 
Averis, 1 

Av "''^' ' Ma,,. 



Ann, 



12. 3 4 



A\ 1 re 

Avrall, John, 22 

Richard, 22 
Avrell, Elizabeth, 22 

Philip, 22 

Richard, 23 

Sara, 22 

T no i a-. 22 
Avril de Burev, Jeanne- Mai 
41 

l.'i ibi rt ^uguste Loui 
Avrill, Henrv, 22 
- Thomas, 23 
Aver, Clarissa, 63S 

- James. 222 

- Jennie. 684, 687 
- John. 070 

Avers, Elizabeth, 566 

Sallv 6 , 320 
\vre-. Harriet E. (Averv), S73 
iyres, Walter P.. 073. -73 
Babcoek, Amanda <>.. 546, 770 

( 'apt. Elijah, 992 

- Harriett.-. 703. 915 
James, 516 

Capt. Joshua, 995 
Oliver. 770 

- Russell, W.. 915 

- Wealthy A. ( ), 915 

Bachi Ider, Calvin Leslie 9 , 840 

E v gen e, 628 
Eusi ne Earle 9 , 840 
Ruth May 9 , S40 
Bachi ler, Mr. — -, 59 
Backus, Charles D.. 370 

- Dr. John T„ 755 
Bacon, Eben, 568 

George T.. 349 
Isaac, 75. 70 
Luella, 914 



Li iiiise-Genevieve, 

II 



1040 



Averell, Averill, Avery Family 



Bacon, Mr. , 487 

— Rebecca ( ), 3, 75, 76 

William, 75 

Badger, Charles W., 440 

Mrs. Charles W., 4 4U 

Baggs, John, 5S1, S04 
Baglev, Gov. John, 736 
Bailey. Allen F., 463 

Harriet Atwooil, 743 

— Joseph 1 , 463 

!' :, ! l, ' v - } Rev. Joseph, 404, 472 
Baley, ) 

Bailey, Mary, 760 

- Mary (Averell). 152 

- Miss . 942 

— Mr. . 153, 275 

Richard", 403 

Susannah 4 , 403 
Baird, Ellen W., 735, 900 
Baiston, Gamaliel, 490 
Baker, Charlotte, 387 

- Guil, 17, 19 

- J. Hobert, 917 

- - Jennie. See 

- Sarah Jane, "Jennie" 

- ( apt. John, 260, 205, 988 

- Mary. 97. 132 

- Moore, 572 

Mr. , et al., 59 ; 308 

Remember, 251 

- Baker, S. A., 663 

- Sarah Jane, i 63, 91 7 

- Thomas, 91, 105, 121 

- Will, 14 
Balch, Cornelius, 216 

— David Junr., 210, 217 
Baleomb, Alonzo 8 , 598 

— Augustus. 427. 598 

- Christabel s , 598 
Henrv 8 , 598 

- Mercy s , 598 

Baldwin, Agnes ( ), 49S, 715 

— Albert, 707 

- Anna, 609 

- Charles Candee, 520 

- Hannah, 360 

- Jeannette, 51 i 

- ( ol. Jeduthan, 9S9 

- ( ol. Laomi, 991 

- Maria". 520 

- Martha. 704 

- Mary s , 707 

■ Mr. - -, •>- 
Col. Nalura, 309 
Rosa A., 764 

- Sabina Frances 8 , 707 
Sabrina F., 712, 888 
Sarah 8 , 707 

- Timothv , 706 

- Timothy 7 , 49 4, 706, SS8 
Ball, Betsey G., 493, 706 

Edward. See Beal, Edward 

- Lucretia, SS5 
Mav T.. 6S4, <■-: 

Ballard, Charlotte 9 , 733 

- I.u.-lla". 733 

Marvin Di nnison 9 , 733 

- Mina". 7:::: 
Mvra°, 7:::; 

( 'apt. Nathan, 310 

- Susie , 733 
Walter 8 , 733 

Ballentine, John, 313 

Man', 313 

Sarah ( I, 313 
Ballon. Dora Belle 8 , 722 
Edgar Nathaniel 8 , 722 

Eda Ann ( \\crv), 722 



Ballou, Frank Henry, 722 

Nathaniel, 504," 722 

Bamford, Charles, S75 

Charles W-, 81, 679, S75 

Charles William 9 , 876 

Chester Wayland 9 , 875 

- llarr\ Manning 1 ', S70 

- Lv.lia M. (Averill), S75 

- - Mr. , 327 

Bancroft, Ensign, 124 
Bane, Lewis, 100 
Banks, Aaron. 272 

■ Gen., 901 

- Petiah, 276 
Barbe, Helen, 651, S47 

- - Wilhelm Hermann Frederick, 847 
Barber, Hannah G., 305, 435 

Lucinda (Lawson), 602 

Harden, Atta Bell 11 , 972 

— Augustus, 9 i 2 

- - Charles, 953, 972 

- Donald William 11 , 973 

- Karl Edgar 11 , 973 

— Freddie Charles 11 , 972 

- Hazel Emma 11 , 973 

- James Augustus 11 , 973 

- Jessie May 11 , 972 

- Johnny .lames 11 , 972 

- P. A., 973 

- William, 953. 973 
Barker, Abram, SS5 

- Benjamin. 307, 43S 

- Deborah 4 , 350, 351 
Edward, 373 
Frances, S61 

Barlow, Anson, 460 

- Mary E., 400 
Barnard, Apollos, 5S1 

( 'apt., 212 
— ■- — Rev. Jeremiah, 349 

John, 15 
Barnes, Almira, 341, 47S 

— Amanda Maria, 82S 
Ann Matilda, 965 
Eunice Ann, 364, 520 

- Hiram, 47S 

- Miranda F.. 932 

- Mollie, 190, 301, 302, 432 

- Phineas, 520 
Barnev, Jonathan, 254 

- Joseph, 1S1 
Barns, Hannah, 276 
Barnum, P. T.. 906 
Barrett, Ann <;., 424. 593 

- Eunice ( ), 593 

— George. 710 

- Joel, 593 

- Samuel, 239, 353 

- Wilbur E.. 719 
Barron, Marv, 44S 

- Capt. William. 492 
Barrows, Arabella Howard, 5S5, S09 

- Joseph Henrv, S09 
Barstow, Samuel, 663 

!:"' ,:m ' J Bettie. 506, 727 

Barto, \ 

Barteaux, Adoniram J., 400, 647 

- Clara F. s . 648 

- Gertrude Vverell 8 , 6 18 

Robert. 04S 

Bartholmew, Mr. , 59 

- William, 03 
Bartlctt, F.lilm, 354 

Samuel. 354 
Maj. Samuel, 239 
Barto. Almira J.\ 726 

- David W. s , 726 

- Esther C. 8 , 720 



Index 



1041 



Barto, Freelove M._ 8 , 725 

- - Harriet S. s , *25 

Mary E. s , 726 
Orin, 506, 725 

- Orrin M., 505 

- - Ruby A. s , 726 

Russell W., T2_7 

Bartoe, Elizabeth, 2.3 

- Samuel, 273 
Barton, John. 107 
Bartz, Mary Ann, _Ssl 
Bascom, Dorus, 378 

- Robert O., 378 
Samuel II., 378 

Baskett, Camilla, 7::". 398 

- ( hristopher, 398 
Bassaok, Elizabeth, S31 
Bassel . Lucy, 705 

- - Minnie, 705 

Sylvia, 705 

William, 705 

Bassett, Amanda, 374, 545 
Batchelder, Caroline 7 , 470 

- David, 791 

- Deborah Mehitable 8 , 7!) 

- Elbridge Austen 8 , 791 

- Irene Bunker 8 , 701 

- John, Jr.. 333. 476 
l.\dia\ 179 

Mi. — . 588 

Phi be ( \vuivll). 470 

— VVeare Dow, 568, 791 
Bauen, Alice, 546, 769 
Baumgardner, J. A., 952 

Mrs. J. A. 952 

- Ruth Allele, 871, 052 
Baun, Jacob, 124 

Baxti ]', Edward 9 , 75S 

- Henry 9 , 75S 

- John', 167, 169 

— Judge, 663 

- Maria 8 , 758 

— Paul P., 025 

- - R. Charles", 758 

- Richard, 530. 758 

- Thompson, 625 
Baylies, Timothy. 302 
Beach, ( Jaroline, 364, 524 

Lazarus, Jr., 524 

- Matthew, 305 

Beagle, Alvina Ethel 9 ', 014 

- Dwight L., 761, 913 

- - George Averill 9 , 914 

- John, 913 
John L. 9 , 914 

- Roland Dwight 9 , 014 
Arthur, 103 



Bea 

I',,., 
Bea 



1. ) 



Edward, 103, 147 



Beale, Marv, 530 
Beallis, Matthew, 208 
Beamer, George Kibler, 
Bean. Sherman I., 829 
Beard, Alice, SOS 

- Anthony, 6S0 
Marcia 9 , 6S0 

Beardsley, Betsey Maria 

- Darwin Hurd, 523 

- Heman, 743 

— Heman Averill 8 , 743 
Beatham, Nettie, 609, 326 
Beckford, Samuel. 420 
Beckley, Lizzie Annie, 384 

Luther, 954 

Bedell. George, 76 

John, 76 

Beebe, Col., 345, 986 



570 



743 

S43 



954 



Beebe, L. L., 575 
Beekman, Ahrain, 703 

- Geoi ge N'ou li u, 703 
Beei s, Sarah, 917 
Belcher, William, 290 
Belden, William. 291 
Beleherall, Elijah, 135 
Belieu, John, 784 

Sarah Elles, 560, 7- I 

Belknap, Admiral, 000 

Reginald Rowan, 906 

Bell, Edward Jam s 9 , 315, 936 

- - Edward J 

- Edward Johnzey, 937 
Martin Averill'", 931 

- Rosa Elizabeth ( \verill I, 937 
Thomas Pearson 10 , 937 

Bellingham, Richard, 74 
Bellow, John, 182 
Bellows, Amasa, 362 

Benjamin. 182 

Bemis, Abigail, 156 
Daniel. 156 
— Ephraim : . 1 56 

- Ephraim - ', L56 

James, 156 

James'. 150 

- Ruth, 119, 156 

- Ruth ( ). 150 

- Sarah i ), 150 

Benedict. Salh ,794 

Bi lij.imin. John, 1 J 4 
Joseph, 144 

- Obed, 22S 
Benner, Edith. 843 

I;, nnett, Bertha Montford, 95S, 974 

- E. Pavson, 074 
-Dr. Francis \l . 798 

- Loretta G., 613 

- Malinda, 596 

- Mr. -- . 95S 

- Nehemiah. 300 
Benson, Lydia, 427. 599 
Bentlev, Betse\ Maria 7 , too 

- Edward 7 , 4'. hi 

- George 7 . 490 
Hannah 7 . 490 

Lorenzo 7 , 490 

Lvman, 745 

William , 347, 489 

- William 7 . 490 
Bently, \ John, 560, 7-5 

( Jack 
I!, m .li. Ji rn-lia (■ ). 740 

- John, 740 

- Mary, 534, 746, 
Bera, i 'arrie C ). 

- ( harles 9 , 881 

- Olin, 695, SSI 
Bernhart, Albert, 819 

- Anna. 602, 819 
Berrv, Alice, 955 

- Clifford, 955 

- - Edith. 055 

Fidelia, 505 

- Frances E., 458 
Howard. 055 

- Isaac, 349 

Jacob, 505 

- John, 564 

- Roy, 955 
Stephi n. 787 

- Susan ( ). 505 

Bi i vin. m. Emma W ,. 5 1 

- Robert, 73o 

B . ( iharli - W - 367 

Best. Sarah, 383, 385 
Bi stick, Tin resa, 930 



7 17 
SSI 



1042 



Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 



Beverlv, Lord, 337, 470 
Biekford, John, 289 

Joseph, 164 

Sarah, 945 
Bicknell, Sarah, 7S2 
Bidlack, Benjamin, 159 
Bigelow, Dr. Amos E., 95G 

Frances, 885, 956 
Bigsbev, Joseph, Senior, 84 
Billings* Dr. Elkanah, 252 

Roger, 244 

I 'apt. Roger, 233 

( apt. Stephen, 372 

William, et al., 134 ; 144 

('apt. William. 144 
Billington, Julia, 837 
Bingham, Eleazer, 397 

Jabish, 238 

Kingslev S., 002 
Bird, Elizabeth, S62, 94S 

Joseph Campbell, 948 

- Sarah, 695 
Birdsil], Eunice, 809 
Birt, Laura. 726, 896 

- Sarah Jane ( ), 896 

William, 896 

Bisbee, Susan. 825 

Bishop, Abigail (Averill), 89, 92, 95, 96. 118 

Betsey, 518. 519 

Bridget ( ). 107, 108, 110. 137 

Kdward, Jr.. 105, 107. 108, 110, 114. 
137 

Edward, Sr., 107, 137 

Elizabeth 4 , 138 

Gould 4 , L38 

- Job . 63 

Jonathan, 92, 95, 97, 10S, US, 137 



107, 
80 



I in 



Sarah (Wildes) 

— Thomas, 63, 79 

Bixbv, Andrew, 192 

Orcutt, 362 
Black, Abigail, 679 

- I Mary 
I Marv L.. 10 

Blackman, Charles, 94.3 

Harriet (Savage), 027, 

Horace, 661 

Lilla, 838, 943 

Melvin, 838 
Blackstock, William. 234 
Blackstone, Betsey, 374, 543 

Eliza, 374, 544 
Blagdon, Julia, 320. 461 
Blaine, James G., 641 
Blair, Sarah Ann 3 , 571 
Blaisdell, Daniel, 705 

Eunice 8 , 591 

James 8 , 591 

John 8 , 591 

Marv\ 591 

Sally 8 , 5:n 

Samuel. 421, 591 
Blake, Alexander Veits, 905 

Buckman, 564, 789 

Charles Buckman 8 , 790 

- Daniel 8 , 790 
Edwin Oscar 8 , Too 
Eliza, 899 
Frank 8 , Tim 
George, 789 
George W., 788, 929 
Gorham, 417. 418 

1 1, tin Lewis 8 , 79o 
rsabe'lle, 788, 928 
Julia ( lammann, 744 
Marv Olive 8 , 790 
Minnie'', 929 
\ ilia K,i\\ 790 



108, 110, 114 



90; 



Blanchard, Martha Ann, 809 

- Mary E., 558 
William. 74 

Bliss, Cornelius, 719 
Blood, Judith, 719 
Bloom, James. 650 

— Martha ('.. 402. 650 
Kh. Frank, S04 

Blve, Sarah", 223, 329 
Blyford, Asa. 716 
Blyth, Francis, 30 
Boa, Mary, 581 
Boardman, Rev. C. A., 521 

— Joseph, 2S9, 987 
Boarman, Daniel, 91 

Bodwell, Susan ( ), 538 

Bolianon. Kail ( '.. 798 
Bolles, Ralph, S4S 

Seney Vandevere, 652, S48 
Bolls, Joseph. 99 
Bolster, Chapin, 306 
Bond, Silance, 778 
Bone, Albert 9 , 925 

Vila' 1 , 925 

— Charlie, 786, 925 

- Glenn 9 , 925 
Marie", 925 

Booker. George, 894 

— Marv Louisa, 894 
Booth, Charles ST., 551 

Susan ( ), 551 

Boothby, David. 288 

— Stephen. 414 

- Susan(na). 288. 414 
Boothe, "ould father." 19 
Borden, Shepard, 726 
Bordman, Betsev, 387 

— ('apt., 213. 978 

- Joseph, 244 

Boroman, Mr. , 59 

Boright, John W., 547 
Borkes, Edward, 786 
Borman, Daniell, S4 

Boston, John R., 2nd. 553, 554 
Bostwick, Ami Julia 8 , 500 

- ( aniline Eliza 8 , 501 
• lordelia 8 , 501 

- Elijah, 500 

- Lieut. Elijah, 377, 994 

— Eliza (McAllaster), 500 

— Emerson McAllaster 8 , 501 

— Francis William 8 , 501 
Nathaniel, 248 

— Samuel, 24S 

Sarah (Buckley), 500 

- Sarah Jane 8 , 500 
William Bucklev, 499, 500 

Bosworth, Fred N., 635 
James Wood, 249 

- Nathaniel, 249 

— Stephen, 263 
Bottom. Daniel, 177 

Bottsford, Catherine E. (Averill), 574 

— Northrup W., 574, 576 
Boutelle, James, Jr., 435 
Boutwell, Hannah, 305, 435 

— John, 604 

- Melissa, 435, 604 
Bowden, Belinda, 654, 849 

- Elisha, S49 
Howdoin, James, 218 
Bowen, Fanny Chandler, 844 
Bowers. Lew, 769 

Bowes, Jack. SIS 
Bowles. Martha. SOS 

- Mary, 650 
Bowman. Amos Bradshaw, 895 
\nnie M., 726. 895 



Index 



1043 



160, 161, 162, 
288 



:n 



, 616 
952 



Bowman, Caroline A., 50 7. 791 

— Jonathan. 205, 219 

— Lilias ( ), 791 

— Mr. . 791 

Bowright, Miss ", 513 

— Mr. , 358, 513 

Bowtell, Hattie, 594, S12 
Boyce, Elizabeth, 76 
Bovinton, William, 196 
Bovnton, Anna. 312, 443 

John, 443 

- William, et al., 443 ; 631 
Boys, 1 

Bovse, j- Joseph, 75, 70 
Boice, J 

Bozworth, William, 249, 264 
Brace, David, 555 

Sally, 555 

Bracket*, "Rev. G. R., 759 
Bradbury, Charles, 1 L5, 118, 

104. 100, 172. 170 
Katherine Dow, 047 

— Mr. . 211 

Bradford, Alice Pearl 5 , 616 

— (apt. Andrew 4 , 308, 4: 

— Ann", 7o7 

— Benjamin, 616 
Bi njamin Harol 
Bertha Vinci m ' 

- Bessie May s , 616 

— ( laude Lee s , 616 

— Rev. Ephraim P., 498 

- Eva Berenice s , 616 

— Fanny. 307, 436 
George, 883, 0.32 

— Gov., 332 

— Hannah ( ), 430 

Harriet (Averill ), 616 
Hepzibah (Averill), 143 

— I la Warren 8 , 616 

— Ira P., 440, 616 

— Jefferson, 952 

— Mark Averill 8 , 616 

— Mary, et al., 230. 348; 

— Mehitabel, 195, 308 

— Xancv (Averill), 494, 405 

— Nellie M. 1 ". 0.32 

- Orlin Weston 10 , 952 

Robert, 139, 1 12, 143, 201, 204, 214. 
215. 216 

— Robert 1 . 308 

— Samuel, 215 

— William, et al.. 34S 

— William, Jr., et al., 
William 2 , 308 

— William 3 , 308 
Bradley, Albert Raymond''' 

— Charlotte La Verm : ' 

— Col., 303. 995, 996 

— Emilie Marion 9 , 018 
Francis. 352 

— Gilbert, 24 o 

— Harold Henry 9 , 918 

— Ilenrv Elijah. 704. 918 

— Jane. 542. 704 

- John J., 901 

— Jonathan, 352, 354 

- Kenneth Elijah", 918 

- Left., 239 

- ('apt. Lemuel, 357. 997 

- Leonard Marsden", 918 

- Lerov Clifton 3 . 918 
Mary B.. 902, 961 

- Moses, 359 

- Robert Carlton 9 , 918 

- Sara Gertrude. 918 
Bradstreet, Asa, 688 

- Elizabeth, 332 



4 30 



404 ; 495 
S49 ; 436; 494 



01 - 

018 



Bradstreet. Governor Simon, 74, 91, 02, 104, 
119, 120, 121 
Man s.. 176, 68S 

Selina ( ), 688 

I'.r.nh , Alice Baldwin. 820, 938 

- William. 938 
Bragden, George, 440, 631 

James s , 63 1 

Bragdon, Joseph, 14- 
Mehitable, 3S9 
Mr. , 636 

- (apt. Th.iiM.i-. 980 
Bragg, Thomas, 73 
Bragton, David. See 
Brayton, David 
Brainard, Mary, :;4 
Bramer, David, 805 

I- i. mk. 581, 80.7 

- Nellie''. 805 

Bran, John <_'.. 396, 397 

- Polly ( — i, 396, 397 
Branch, Mary, 478, 693 

- Nathan. 693 
I eter, L76, 177 
Si rgt. Peter, 289 

Zephaniah, 140 

Brandford, William, 705, 707 

Brasve, Mr. , 50 

Brawn, Alice M., (j28, -:: 1 ' 

J. 4m S., 839 
Bray, Abigail 3 , 277 

Andrew'. 277 

Benjamin 5 , 277 

- Edward, 569 

- Isaac 4 , 153. 277 
Isaac 5 , 277 
Lima A.. 343 
Mam". 277 
Sarah 5 , 277 
Susanna 5 , 27 7 

- Tin. mas. loo 
Brayton, David, 
Breck, (. R 
Dreck, j KCTl 
Bred. ( atherine II. \ 552 

- ( 'harles L. ( ' i\ 552 

- Charles L.( b I, 052 

- Edwin I).". 002 
Ella M.\ 052 
Frances R.\ 552 
Joseph, 002 

- Letetia M.\ 552 
Breeman, Johanna Christina Van, 8-47 
Brettell, Wendell Phillips. 745 
Brewer. Elizabeth Ann, 515 

- Helen S., 428 
Brewster, Benjamin-. 745 

Daniel 3 , 7 15 

Daniel"', 534, 740, 740 

- Harriet (Averill), 740 
John 4 , 244. 740 
John Chester 8 , 740 
Judge Lyman Denison s , . 40 
Sarah A. I Ives), 746 
William 1 , i 40 

Briard, Angeline, 40-. 666, 072 
Elizabeth. 000. 072 

- William. 666, 072 
Bridge, Col. Ebenezer, 988 
Bridges, John, 311 

Lois, 928 

Mary 5 , 195, oil 

Mary ( ), 311 

Bridier, Jack. 140 

Briggs, Chancev Jasper. 761 

Fred Walters, 761 

- L. V.. 750 
Marv J.. 510. 729 



Danii 



Dim 
4 70. 



1044 



Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 



Briggs, Silas, 1S5 
Bringhurst, Jesse, 765 
Britain, James, 883 
Britton, Albert 1 ', 77S 

- Anna , 77S 

- Charles M., 778 

- Edith 9 , 778 
Broadstreet, Humphrey . 63 
Brockv ai . Ellen A.\ 605 

- Flora 8 , 605 

Hiram, 435, 605 

Leonia, S44 

- Lucretia M.\ 605 

- Martha J., 541 

Brodstreet, Mr. , S3, 9S 

Bromdage, Daniel, 33 I 
Bromidg, Goodwife, 113 
Brooks, Enoch, 3S7 

- Frank, 710, SS7 
Mvra, 936 

Browe, William, 4SG 
Brown. Albert Orlando s , 620 

Lieut. Allason, 977, 981, 9S2 

Amelia Wheaton 8 , 571 

Andrew Dixon 8 , 571 

Anne Maria 8 , 020 

- Annie 1!., (',53, S55 
E., 772 

E. F., 772 

- Eliza Averell 8 , 571 

- Eliza Howard, 471, 07S 

- Eliza Joanna s , 571 

- Elizabeth, 2-7 

Ephraim 5 , 328 

Eunice, 42,7 

Florence Ellen 9 , 571 

Frances Louise 8 , 620 

George E., 779 

- Godfrey, 401, 570 

- Guy F.. 783 

- Hannah 1 , 128, 259, 266, 268 

- Harriett, 470, 675 

- Isaac, et al., 249, 250 ; 453 
Isaac Llewellyn 8 , 020 

- Isabella D., 501 

Israel, 494 

- Jacob, et al., 128, 243 ; 135 

— Jane, 315, 452 

— Jetson Stelson, S05 

— John, et al., 95, 132, 144; 12S, 132. 

133. 144 ; 232 ; 324 

John, Jr., 128, 243 

John-, 128, 200 

Lieut. John, 144 

— Maj. John. 992. 993, 996 

Joseph. 7 IS 

— Judith (Perkins). 128 

- Lucinda M., 468, 0,72 
Lucretia (Averell), o71 

— Lucretia Waldo 8 , 571 

- Lydia A., 021. S31 

■ Maj. - . 231 

- Martha \nnr\ 620 

- Man I-:.. S49 

- Mary Edwards", 571, 572 

- Mary Frances 8 , 620 

- Mary Lucrel ia 9 , 571 
Miss . 198 

- Mr. - . el al.. 131 ; 414 
NTathaniel 3 , 128. 200 

- Olive'. 279 

— Pardon, 292 

- Philip, 855 

- Rev. Philip \. II.. 801 

- Relief, 503, 718 
Robert, 075 

■ Roberl Goodale, 38 

- Rosaline C, 812 



Brown, Sarah Electa 8 , 620 

- Sarah Murdock 8 , 571 

- G'apt. Shuball, 570 

- Susan, 425, 595 

- Susanna, 96, 125, 128, 266 

- Tainor ( ), 075 

- Timothy, 620 

- Volicut Ouiticute, 443, 620 

Wheeler, 293 

William Averell s , 571 

Browne, Edward, 63 
.h.lm, 03 

- John, Senr., 124 

John (Jr.?), 196 

- Richard, 58, 68 
lUownell, Carrie Erhardt, 936 

- • harles Henry, 936 

- G. S., 751 
Browning-, Abby Eliza 8 , 5S4 

- Anna, 586 

- Anna P. 9 , 5S5 

- Bertram , 585 

- Catherine Augusta, 5S4 
Dora 9 , 5S5 

Dudley G. 9 , 5S5 

- Edwin C. 9 , 5S5 

- Eleanora Melissa s , 5S4 

- Eliza G.°, 5S5 
Ella M. 9 , 5S5 

- Florence J. 9 , 5S5 

- Jessie M., 5S5 

Capt. Joseph, 400, 990 

- Louisa M.' J , 5S5 

- Mary L. 9 , 5S5 

- iirui Fogel\ 5S4 

- Oren Fogel 9 , 5S5 

- Sarah, 291, 416 

- \\ illiam, 416, 584 

William Franklin 8 , 584 

William S. 9 , 585 

- \\ illiam Thomas, 410 
Browns, in. Capt., 359 

Capt. Eli, 241, 353, 360, 996, 997, 99S 

Capt. Gideon, 238, 353, 996, 997, 998 

Simon, 238 

Tinio. 334 

Timothy, 239 

Bruce, Hannah Francis, 655 
John, 495 

- Jo-iah, 050 

Nathaniel, 495, 711 

Bruno, Mr. , 377 

Brush, Joseph, 382 

Bryan. Miss . S64 

Bryant. Frances E., 7S5 

- Hannah Johanna'', 179 

- Lina. 790 

- Maria. 090 

- William Cullen, 832 
Brvson. Capt., 328, 40S 

Margaret (Waters), 328, 468 

Bubber, Mrs. , 107 

Buck. Col. Jonathan, 991 

- Mr. . 408 

Rachel, 361, 362 
Sarah. 359 

Buckingham, Bertha W., 742, 903 

- Gov., 748 

Ralph, 903 

Bucklev, Mr. , 279 

Buell, Elizabeth Averell 8 , 646 

- Eunice, 517 
Hiram, 646 

Ira W., 459, 640 

- Mary Blossom, S00, 933 
Buffum, Joshua, 76 

- Robert, 75. 70 
(Sister), 76 



Index 



1045 



Billiard, Capt. Nathan, 310 
Bullen, Joseph, 29, 
Bullock, Annie s , 02.'; 

- Benjamin, 623 

Charles A. s , 623 

- Joseph W. 7 , 443, 623 
- Joseph W.\ 623 

Josephine 8 , 623 

- .Martha 8 , 623 

- Robert M.\ 623 

Susan A. 8 , 623 

Bundv, Charles", 694 

Chester 11 , 694 

Esther 8 , 694 

- Mr. , C94 

Burbank, Nancy, 536, 760 
Burch, Daniel E., 908 
Jennette 9 , 911 

Martha Lavmia 9 , 911 

- Mary E. (Averill), 756 

- Mary Elmore 9 , 91 1 

- Perrie E., 756, 90S 
Burchard, George, 663 
Burdakin, Annie M., 942 
Burdick, L. M.. 506 

Mr. . 506 

Roxana, 963 

Burdoin, Laura ( ), sSu 

Marsh, 8S0 

— Ralph Branch . See 
Averill, Ralph Branch Burdoin 9 
Burgovne, Gen., 900 
Burke', Jesse, 296 
Burling, Edward, 252 

Elizabeth Susan 8 , 775, 777 

Frances 8 , 7 75 

George W. s , 775 

Grace 8 , 775 

- Thomas C, 554, 775 
Burlinghame, Abigail, 572 

Mary, 443. 620 

Burnam, John, 63 

Sargent. SI 

Burnap, Benjamin 8 , 279 

- Calvin". 279 

- - Catherine 6 , 279 

- Esther 6 , 279 

- .lames". 279 

- John 6 , 279 
Burnap, ] 

Burnet, j> Jonathan 5 , 160, 278 

Burnett, J 

Burnap, Jonathan". 279 

- Luther". 279 

- Martha 6 , 279 

- Mary, 306 

- Ruth 6 , 279 

- William ( a ) c , 279 
William ( b ) 8 , 279 

Burnet. Asenath", 279 

- Chloe 7 , 279 

Clarissa 7 . 279 

David 7 , 279 

- Elizabeth 7 . 279 

- Elizabeth (Averell), 157. 15 

- Ellsworth 7 , 279 

- Harriet 7 , 279 

James". 279 

John 7 . 279 

Jonathan", 279 

Lester 7 , 279 

Lora 7 , 279 

- Phoebe 7 , 279 
Burnett, Averell 8 , 2 79 
Burnette, Dr. Edward W., 279 
Burnham, Daniel. 742 

Dayton. 742 

Eunice, 28S 



Burnham, Harriet Ann, 563 

■ Israel, 436 

- Lucy Wallace 6 , 307, 436 

- Widow Sarah, 2 v 7 

Seviah, 581 

Burnhame, Thomas, 63 
Burns, George \\\, 966 

- Ida M., 915, 966 

- Martha ( ), 966 

Marv, 618 

Mattie, 786 

Sarah. 848 

Burpee, Eleanor (Stuart),* 393, 566 
Mehitable, 566 

- Richard, 636 

Burpey, Elizabeth (Stuart I, 926 

Mehitabel, 787, 926 

- Mr. . 926 

Burr, Horace, 516 
Burrill, Charles. 621 

- Nancy, 44::. 621 
Burrows, George, los, 112 
Burt. Bela, 516 

Benjamin, 1 S5 

- Henry M., 601 
John, 203, 2o). 211 

Burton, Hannah, 401, 5,2 

- Henry. 175 
Isaac, 175 

Jacob, et al., 144: 243, 244 

- John, 138, 214 

- Lieut. Jonathan, 307, 310, 49 

- Olnev, 572 

- Paul, 127 

- Pierce. 2S9 

Busk, Harriet N., 426, 597 

Buson, Louise. 785 

Bus. Betsv, 712 

Butler, Abbie A., 504, 724 

Lyman, 72 4 

Marv Williams. 767 

- Meli'nda, 459, 646 

- Nathaniel, 228 

■ Ruth, 471 
Butter. Frank. S30 
Butterfield, Francis, 499 

- Hannah (Averill), 494. 495 

- John, 29 

- Joseph, 649 

- Moses, 308 

- William. 495 
Butterworth, Patience, 242 
Button, Benjamin Grover, 502 

Elisha, 37o 

- Emma Eloise, 916, 967 

- James, l 77 

- John Monroe, 967 

- Lucy, 290, 416 
Buxton. I , ,, \ Mary 
Burton, J u • I Rachel, 173 
Buxton, Elien. i 1 i 

John, 108 

Washington, 71 7 

Byerlev, Susan Ermida, 823 
Byles, Charles Averill 8 , 584 
Byles-Fuller, Olive (Averill), 5S4 
Byles, Dr. Josiah, 416, r,s:; 
C'ady, Anna. 573 

Cahoon, Addie ( ). 510 

Mr. . 510 

Caide, Thomas, 230 
Calhoun, David, 253 

- Eunice 5 , 265, 370, 371 
.lames, 253. 256 

- John, 250. 253. 266 

- Dr. John. 365, 375 
John Caldwell, 371 

— Joseph, 253 



174, 175 



1046 



Averell, Averill, Avery Family 



Mr. 



Calhoun, Tabitha, 250 
Calkins, David. 230 
— David, Jr., 229 
Caulkins, j 
Calkins, ( 
Call, Cassie, 631 
Came, Samuel, 100 
Camp, Mrs. Erastus Paine, 403 
James, 370 

John, -247, 248 

Mary, 523 

Nathaniel, 248 

Spencer, 816 

Campbell, Avery", 8.32 

— Brainerd A., 523 

Catharine, 627, 837 

— Charles, 896 

— Charles E., 657, 8.32 

- Dougal, 589 

- Douglass", .38(1 

— Eliza Ethel 1 '. 852 

— Elizabeth, 480 

James, .350 

— John, et al., 480 ; 488 

Lewis Averill 1 ', .380 

- Maria' 1 . ."> 7 i » . 777 

- Mary .1. Ellis. 420, 5S9 
Mary Jane, 961 

- Mclntire, s.32 

Minnie Mav 9 , 852 

- Rachel. 546, 769 

- Robert. 777 

- Robert P., 579 

- William, 140 

- Judge William W., 579, 
Canfield, Alice S. (Angevine), 

Averill Burton''', 520, 73^ 

Azariah 3 , 358 

- Burton 6 , 737 

- Burton II.", 737 

— Catherine"'. 241, 3.30_ 

— Cornelia Elizabeth 11 , 73 7 

Hattie M.", 737 

— Helen"'. 737_ 
Henry H.", r37 

Henrv Monroe* 1 , 737 

— Israel 4 , 350. 358 

— Jeremiah-, 358 

— Rev. Joseph A., 500 
Lucy Averill", 737 

— Mitchell Monroe". .320, 7: 

— Robert Monroe", 7:;7 
Samuel M.", 737 

— Thomas 1 , 3-38 
Cannon, Joseph. 844 
Capen. Charlotte, 0.35 

Rev. Joseph, 95, 96, 
12.3. 130, 131, 132, 
140. 165, 171. 172 
( apron. Quartermaster Jonath; 

Polly, 693 
Capwell, Aven", 873 

- Frank''. 873 

Ray C. 07;!, 873 

- Rena". 873 

( aid. Annie Ludevine, 012. in 

Henrv, ooo 

.1. Pearl, 649 

— Thomas, 272 

( arey. Jane, 393, .300 
< 'arleton, Eliza, 6 12 
- John, 349 

Leon, 654, 851 

IVre\ 0.°, B51 

Willie K.". 851 
Carlisle, Mary .)., 177, 690 
Carlton, Benjamin, 027 

Daniel !•'.. Mn 



121, 122. 
138, 142, 



Carlton, Fannie L., SS6 
- Henry Avery", 810 
John,' 402 

— John A., 880 

• Joseph Putnam Bradlee, S57, 810 

— Lawrence Fenno", 810 

- Margaret", 810 

- Moses, 220 

Sarah, 447, 027 

- Sarah ( ), 027 

William Leeds", 810 

Carnes, Abiel Smith, 657 

Eliza Carver, 657 

Carpenter, Abby, 70.3 

Abiel, 254 

Andrew J., 0.30 

Asal. 2.34 

- Benjamin, 1S4 

• ,il In i in,- S . 781 

- Daniel. 2.34 

— David N., 583 

- Emily, S99 

— Rose Jane, 8S5, 956 

— Sylvia A.. 5S3 
Carr, Hannah L., 0S4 

— Ruth R., .387 

— William, 212 
Carrick, William, .307 
Carril, Eugene, 693 
Carrington. Annie, 015 

( arsley, Mahala Jane, 4.59, 646 

Moses, 040 

Carter. Abel, .341 

- Anna Grace 9 , 801 

Augustus*. 717 

— Benjamin 1 , 802 

— Carlos E. T . 541 

— Daniel Averill 7 , 541 

— Eunice Hector 7 , 541 
George Hector 7 . .341 

— Henry*, 717 

- James M. 7 , 541 

- Jane Russell", 801 

- Jane Russell (Averell), 2S4. S01 

- Judith. 44.3 

- Rev. Lawson 6 , S01. 802 

- Lawson Averell 9 , 283, 2S4. 2S5, 407, 

412, 801, _ 802 

- Lorenzo s , 717 

- Lorenzo D., .302, 717 

Lucy J. 7 . 541 

- Mania Holt". 801 

- Mary Gale", S01 

- Mrs. , 3 

- Nancy, 621 

- Nancy Jane 7 . .341 

- Oliver Coach", .341 
- Orrin, 374, .341 

- Ruth W., 945 

- Samuel, et al., 223 ; 223 

- Rev. Thomas 1 , 801, S02 

- Tiniothv-, 802 

— Timothy 4 , 802 

- Tiniothv". 802 

— William Averell", sol 

- William Lawson, .379, SOI 
Carv, David, 212 

Case, Abigail 5 , 235, 345, 485 

— Calvin 7 . 362 
Humphrey . 21 4 

— Jonathan 4 , 345 

- Levi' 1 . 361, 362 

- Lucy 7 , 302 

— Lvman 7 , 362 
Noble 7 , 362 

lash, Elizabeth, 137 
Casterline, George \V., 889 

Margaret Adaliza, 71.3, 889 



Index 



1047 



269 



'j::;o 



Castin, William, 817 
Caswell, Amy (Averill), 
Josiali, '2(i-l 

- Maj. Julius, 534 

— Mr. , 270 

— Nathaniel, ISO 
Gates, Licinda, 927 

— Priscilla Peoples, 
Catlin, Mary, SOS, 438 
Cave, Sarah, 236 
Cervera, General. 777 
Caverno, Rev. Arthur, 71S 

Elizabeth. 502, 71S 

Cery, Miss , 311, 441 

Ghace, Dudley, 302 
Chadwick, Anna B., 
Chaffee, Anna. 190, 

- Atherton, 183, 

— Burritt, 782 
Chalmers, Appia, 608 

— Charles L., 609 
Chaloner, Klisha Dillaway, 564, 
Chamberlain, Capt., 372 



377, 

296 

290 



548 



Cornelia E., 536, , 
Dr., 053 

Freelove, 355, 505 
521 ; 



on 



Henrv . et al. 

— John. 182 

— Pearl, 784 

- - Rebecca, 355 

Samuel, 505 

Chamberlin, Arthur Marshall, S92 

Arthur S., 802 

Chambers, Enoch, 397 

— Patrick, 234 
Chambet, Mary, 103, 150 
Champnes, Caweis, 152 
Champnoise, Henry, 151 
Chandler, Amv 6 , 306 

— Charles, 360, 515 

Rev. Charles Nichols 7 , 515, 510 

— Charlotte 9 , 8SS 

— Charlotte W. (Averill), 711 

Daniel Le Rov 7 , 515 

Ebenezer 5 , 193, 300 

— Ebenezer( a ) 6 , 306 

Ebenezer( b ) 6 , 300 

Edgar D. 7 , 515 
Edna( a ) 6 , 300 

— Edna( b ) 6 , 306 
Eliza Minerva 7 , 515 

- - Elizabeth Sumner. 401, 573 

— Evelyn Minerva 7 . 515 

Frederick Irving 7 . 515 

George, 300 

George II.. 712, 887 

- Ida 9 , 888 

— Joel , 306 

- John Jay 7 . 515 
Joseph 3 , 306 

Joseph 11 . 3110 

— Lyman Averill', 515 

— Mary, 390 

— Marv Doten. 952. 953 

— Marv K. s , 510 
Mr. \ 516 

Norman Theodore 7 . 515 

Robert Sac-rider 7 . 515 

— Sarah 6 , 306 
Stephen. 573 

Thomas 4 . 306, 308 

Thomas 6 , 300, 30S 

— Thomas L., 3S0 

- "William 1 . 300 

— William-. 306 
Chanev, Blanche, 957 

Emma MA OSS 

John M., 474, 683 



Chaney, William, 688 
Chaply, Thomas, 29 
Chapman, Alden, 461 

- - Amos, 239 

- Galista, 461, 64S 

— Caroline M., 461, 648 
( !vrus, 62 l 

- D*avis, 192 

- - Edsun Palmer. 02U 

— Col. Hiram, 629 

— John. Jr., 192 

— Joseph. 328, 464, 654 
Julia Ann Turner, 461, 04S 
Laura M., 417, 628 

- Maria ( ). 629 

Prudence, 706 

— Rachel 7 , 464, 467, 654 

- Rebecca (Simpson), 444, 024 
Samuel, 186 

Stephen, 64S 

Chappell. Samuel, 244, 215. 260 
Charles II.. King, 40 
Charles, Farnam, 4 < 4 

Louise I >., 17 I 

Charlesworth, Susan. 4s7 
Charlton. Mary, 195, 307 
Charnley, Charles Meigs 7 , 525, .it 

- ( liarles Meigs s , , 44 
Constance 8 , 741 

James s , 744 

- Louis E.\ 741 
Chase, Addie Florence 9 , 832 

— Clara, >40 

Ellen 9 , 832 

- - Fred 1 . 832 

George Averill'', 832 

Hadessa, 85 4, 856 

— Henry, 4 i 6 

- Hiram 10 , 836 
Jennie 1 ", 830 

Kenyth 10 , S32 

Lavinia (Meder). See 

Maee, Lavinia (Meder) 
Chase, Lewis B., 622, 832 

Lewis Flint 9 , 832 

Mahala. 47 4 

May'-'. 832 

- Minnie 9 , 840 

Mr. . 629, - l" 

— Porter Evans. 836 

— Roscoe M.. 837 

Samuel, et al.. 255 ; 384 

Sara. 836 

Sarah. 453, 635 

Willie 9 . 840 

Cheelcraft, Richard, 76 
Cheeseborough, Amos. 545 
Cheney, < Uara \delia\_7s3 

George Nelson s , 783 

Jerome Lucius\ 783 

— Lucius Augustus, 782 

- Lucius Harrison, 558, i 82 

- i>i-. Lvman Averill 8 , 783 
-— Marv Ellen 8 , 783 

- Myra Elma s , 783 
Robert Carlysle 8 , 782 

Cheslev, Charlotte Burnham, 633, 842 
Mr. . IT' 1 

William IL. 842 

Chessbrough, Sergt. Thomas, 289 
Chester, Eleanor, 963 

Childs, Capt. Silas, 334, 993 

Chiltenden, Col. Thomas, 251 

Chipman, Samuel. 433 

Chisam, Hannah Jackson (Richardson), 652 

Choat, Frank. 720 

Lizzie, 720 

Clioate, Ebenezer . SS ' 



1048 



Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 



Choate, Edwin 7 , 882 
- Inez Blanche , 882 

- - John 1 , 8S2 

Joseph 4 , 882 

- Mary K. (Griffin), SS2 

- Minnie, 603 

Robert , SS2 

Rufus, 395 

Thomas-, S82 

William 6 , 8S2 

Choice, William, 2G 
Cliote, John, G3 
Christiancv, I. P., 663 
Christie, Eddie 8 , 677 

- Ella s , 070 

- Etta s , 676 

- Daniel 9 , 677 
Jennie s , 676, 077 

- Martha (Avery), 170, 070 
Rosilla 8 , 676 

■ Vernon 9 , 677 

Warren 9 , 677 

Wesley, 470, 070 

Winnie 9 , 077 

Christopher, Mary, 471. 688 
Christ v, Arthur 9 , SI 7 

Glennie 9 , 817 

Gridley, 602, S17 

Chubbuck, Leopold F., SOS 

- Nellie E., 5S3. 808 
( In reh, Annie F., 839 

- Judge, 748 
Marv, 621 

Churchill, Cadwalleder B., S93 

- Effie Thompson, 721, S93 
Florence*, 743 

Mary Caroline s , 743 

Lady Randolph, 3S3 

William, 743 

- William, Jr., .324, 743 
Chute. Jeames, 63 

William. 04. 09, SO 

Cillev, Clark 7 , 56S 

- John', 56S 

- Joseph 7 , 568 

- Col. Joseph, 309 
William", 393, 56S 
William 7 , 568 

Cimmerer, Hannah, 072 

Hannah E., 973 
Clanning, Lucina, 910 
Clap. Daniel, 2S2 

- Daniel Junior, 282 

- Thomas, ISO, 181 
Clapp, Elizabeth (00). 432 

Nancy, 661, ooo 

Clark. Adrian Ives 741 

\my 6 , 378 

Ann", 225 

Caroline, 549 

( fawline 7 , 378 

' till. liee''. 378 

Daniel Wyman 7 , 378 

- Darius Winship, 549 
■ Edith Gilbert 1 ", 032 

Elbridge D., 607, S25 

- Eleazer, 169 
Eliza J., 612 

Elizabeth, 169 

- Elizabeth 7 , 378 

- Ellen (Averill), 549 

- Emily, 518, 519 
Esther, 127, 600 

- Ezra, 306 

- i'\ M., 700 
■ George, 593 

i leorge i ., 800, 932 
Or orge < rawford 10 , 932 



93: 
767 



269, 



932 



Clark. George W.. 700 

— Hattie Taylor, 751, 906 

— Horace l-\. 772 

Irena 6 , 378 

Jacob, 300 

James, et al., 327 ; 549 

- James, Jr., 225 

— James AverelP". 

— James Clayton, 

— James L. 7 , 37S 

— Jane 5 , 222, 225, 329 

— Jane (Mayors), 12S, 224 

— John 5 , 224. 22.3 

— Julia, 507. 727 

— Julian , 378 

— Julie Seymour 10 , 932 

- Laura C, 558 
Leman 6 , 3 7* 

— Lemuel 3 , 270, 377, 378 

— Lemuel 6 , 37S 

— Lodema Maria. 700. >- | 

— Lois , 378 

— Lois (Averill), 

— Louis E. 9 , 825 
Lovina, 727 

— Luther C, 932 

- Marian AverelP 

— Martha 5 , 225 

— Mathew, 342 

— Mr. , 171 

— Moses Averill 6 , 37S 

— Moses Jackson 7 , 37S 

— Rev. Peter, 223 

— Robert, 224 

— Roswell Williams, SSI 

— Samuel, 825 

— Sarah, 333, 475 

Gierke, J Tnonlas > 59, 06 
Clark, ' Thomas 4 , 225 

— Thomas, Jr., 449 

— William, et al., 220 ; 225 

— William II., 906 
Clarke, Daniel, 82, S3 

George I., S01 

Henry. 38 

— Jeremiah, 276 

— Mary, 82, S3 

— Sarah-, 114 

— Thomas, Jim., 03 
Clarke ) 

Clerked j wmiam > 63, 66, 07 
Clarkson, Mary G., 584 
Clary, Salome, 270, 388 
Clason, Sarah, 4;::: 
1 layton, Martha E., 388, 561, 562 
Rose, S29, 040 

- - Sarah. 388. 502 

1 (layton. Washington, 300. 400 

/ Slayton 
< li avi land. Mr. J. P., 20.5 
Clemens. Abner, 646, 846 
Benjamin 3 , 22:; 

— Kossuth 9 , 846 

— Martha, 12S, 223 

— Nathan 9 , S46 
(lenient, Dean S., 604 

— Elmer Averell 9 , 810 

— Gertrude E. a , 887 
Harriet, 957 
Mattie. 915, 967 

\eUee, 30 

Otis M., 588, 810 
Stephi n <:.. 71 0, 886 

( 'lements. Almond, 875 
Lucinda A.. 070. 874 

(lex eland, C. O.. 914 

Jessie V., 762, 914 



Index 



1049 



]()S, 113 



Cleveland, S., 140 
Clifford, Abigail, 454, 63 

Eben, 637 

- Edwin ('.. 855 
Sully, 626 

- Samuel. 419 
Cliford, William, 196 
Clinton, Betsey, 294, 420 

- ( lol. James, 993 
Clough, Emeline s , 717 

— John, 502, 717 

- Maria, 540, 700 

— Volnev, 593 
Cloyce, Elizabeth, 99 

Clo - vee > (■ Tolin 99 
( loyse, J ""• - 
Cloyse, | , s , . 
Cloyce, i- , , ' \ 
Clovs, J l Goody ' l 
Cluverius, Lieut. W. T., 777 
Cobb, David, 180 
Ebenezer, ISO, 181 

Morgan, ISO, 1S1 

- Morgan, 2nd, 180, 1-1 

— Simeon, ISO 
Cobleigh, Oliver, 290 
Coburn, Joseph, 2nd, 804 

- Melissa, 427 
Coburne, Ebenezer, 101 
Cochran. Capt. Robert, 231, 99! 
Cockerill, Nancy Ward, 809 
Cochrane, Mrs. John, 39 
Coffey, Ellen, 806 
Coffin, Addie S., 5S9 

Mavilla, 625 

— George M., 615 
Grace 9 , 015 

— June 9 , 615 

— Polly, 490 

— Nancy, 362 
Cogswell, Abigail, 135 

Anna 6 , 259, 366, 5:14, 740 

Daniel, 251 

Edward, 73 

Edward 4 , 12S, 134, 144 

232, 247, 259, 260, 
290, 534 

— John, 261, 268 
John 1 , 259, 290, 534 

- Lucy 5 , 140, 259 
Martha 5 , 146. 259, 208 
Nfathaniel 5 , 251, 259, 290 

- Roger, 257 

— Samuel, et al., 247 : 247 ; 265 
William, et al., 63, 249 ; 2 

254 ; 257 ; 204, 209, 305, 

- William-, 259, 290, 534 

— William', 259. 200, 534 
Mai. William'', 25!), 534 



145, 146, 228, 
261, 20.3, 20S, 



250, 290, 291 



rr,7 



— \ Zeruiah 6 , 1 
I Zuruiah 

Coit, Benjamin, 177 
Emily A., 536, 

— Henry, 289 

— Xathaniel, 291 

- Olive. 175 

— Samuel, et al., 175; 177; 233; 289 

— Maj. Samuel, 135 
Colburn, Abiah Smyth 7 , 457 

- Abraham, 451 

- David, 316, 457 

- David 7 , 458 

- Elizabeth", 457 

- Elizabeth Winslow 7 . 457 

- Gustavus Adolphus 7 , 458 

- Hannah Averell 7 , 457, 458 

- John Averell", 457 
.1 mas, ::n| 



Colburn, Mary Ann 7 , 457 
Reuben 7 , 457 

- Maj. Reuben 5 , 157. 15s 
Colburn, William. Jr., 451 
Colby, Averill Clayton 10 , 955 

< aud.Hr Parker 10 , 955 

- Ilezekiah, 955 

- Lodema Alice" 1 . 955 
\"i :ii;m ( .mill 1 ". 955 

- Hay Angus 1 ", 055 

- William Edward, 8S5, 055 
( olburn, Williams, Jr., 45 1 
Colcord, Amos \\ .. 616 

- C. Bradford'', 616 

- Harriet II. '■', 616 

- Katharine M'\ 616 

- Rose D.°, 616 
Cole, Arthur < '., 72S 

- Benjamin. 165 
Harvey, 720 
Joseph, 255 

W inn. 507, 728 

Olive Harriet, 504, 720 

- Saben, 654 

- William, 254 

< oleman, Bessie 9 , S1G 

- Blanche 9 , S16 
Ce..rge, 00(1, 810 

- William, 507 
( i >les. Robert, GO 
Colgate. Bowles, 719 
Collar, Alice Averill 9 , 796 

Frederick William 9 , 796 

- I lelirv ( !i ie''. 700 

- Mary Sibley 9 , 796 

- Mildred Averill 9 , 790 

- William Coe, 700 

- William Henry 9 , 790 
Collier, Anne, 32 
Collins. Danii 1, 211 

- Elizabeth ( ), 713 

- Frances, 73, 98 

- Hugh J., 713 

- John, et al., 08 : 394 

- John Avery, "44 
Maria Isabel, 712. 713 

Collocot, Richard, 74 
Collver, George L., 073 

- Margaret 9 , 673 

- Marion 9 , 073 

- Mildred''. 07:; 

( lolman, Dr. Henry, 309 
Colson, Aimer, 653 
Lucinda, 407. 653 

- Silvina, 849 _ 
Colton, Maria. 757, 911 
Colwell, Mary, 843 
Comfort, Thomas, 19 
Comins, John, S4 
Commack, Clvde 10 , S32 

- Dorothy 10 , S32 

- Mr. . 832 

Comstock, Capt. Daniel. 237. 235 
300. 990, 997. 99S 
Seth, 523 

- Stephen. 270, ::s7 

- Zephaniah, 534 
Conacher, Rebecca, 895 
Conant, Eliza, 198, 7 1 I 

John, 346 
Joseph, 470 

- Shubael, 159 

- I (eacon William. 71 1 
Cone. Bertrand D. 9 . 754 

Henry D. 9 , 755 

- Xathaniel Potter, 754 

- Thomas I! .'•', 75.". 

- William S. 9 , 754. 755 



1050 



Aver ell, Averill, Avery Family 



Conilliard, Cora May' 1 . 6-18 

Joseph, 648 

Conlon, Andrew, 054. s51 

Elmer 9 , Sol 

Ernest 1'.". 851 

Franklin A. 1 ', 853 

Connable, Caroline, 433 
Connor, Mary, 509 
Conover, John S., 601 
Conruish, Amos, 433 
Cony, Hon. Daniel, 30S 
Cook, Benjamin Francis, 706 

Capt., 439 

— Fenton Joseph, 891, 958 

Gerry. 415 

Gertrude Josephine 30 , 95S 

Hezekiah, 439 

— John, et al., 134; 135; 144; 175; 244, 

201 

John, Jr., 261 

Maria. 955 

— Mary, 308, 439 

— Richard, 232 
Cooke, Timothy, 541 
Cooksen, Emma, 400, 04 7 

John, 204 

Cookson, John D., 04 7 
Cooler, Alice 1 ". 832 

Bernice 1 ". 832 

Eliza, 526 

— Mr. , 832 

Ruth, 57 i 

Coombs George. 566 

— Harriet II.. 800. 951 
Hiram, 716 

Josiah. 945 

Mary Eliza, 850, 945 

- Waldo T., 951 
Coomes, Francis, 15 
Cooper, Abigail, 355, 507 

— Ada A. (Spooner), 507 

— John, 392 

— Julia A.. 543, 705 
Mr. . 507 

— Robert. 329 

— Samuel. 705 

William, et al., 277; 407, 40S, S01 

Coplev, Charles, 922 

Effie, 70S, 922 

( Yipp. Maggie (Merritt), 922 
Corbett. Koso Mabel. Su5 
Corbin, John 1 ". 964 

Josiah, 964 

Moses, 539 

Royal, 907. 904 

Corey, Giles, 107, 110 
- - G hnan, 1 II" 

— Martha ( ), 106, 107 

Cornwallis, Gen., 730 

( lorse, Reuben, 284 

Cortis, George, 255 

Cothren. W. It.. 240,, 204, 207. 435 

Conch, Capt.. 986 

Coudrev, Albert F. s , 09S, 699 

- Albert E.°, 099 

Leonora Averell , 099 

i 'iiul-m, John, 3S 
Courtnev, Naomi ('.. 463 
Coutts, Laura Ethel, 784 
Cowart, Emma, 698, 699 
Cowell, R., 994 

Cowen, Marv Jane, 449 

- Mr. . 090 

( towles, ( 'haili s, 75:; 

— Mr. — , 090 
Cowlev, F.leeta, 0,73 
Cox, Charles ; 792 

Charles 7 , 568, 792 



Cox, Charles L. s , 792 

Frances K.\ 792 

Gen. .1. 1)., 900 

— Mary ( ), 792 

Mary E.\ 792 

Coy, Grace May, 895 

Lewis W.. 895 

Cove, Lvdia (Billings), 144 

Samuel, 144 

Coyle, Margaret, 916 

- Miss . 7S3 

Coys, Samuel, 145 

- (Sister), 76 
Covtomore, Thomas, 67 
Crafts, Alba Sykes 7 , 405 

Emily 7 , 400 

— Griffin"', 2S2. 400 

— James Averill 7 , 405 

— James W., 405 

— Joseph 3 , 400 

— Joseph 4 , 405 

— Joseph", 2S7, 405 

— Mary Walker 7 , 405 

— Samuel 7 , 401 

— Samuel Griffin, 400, 405 

— Sarah 7 . 400, 401 

— Sarah (Averill), 2S1 

— Saul-. 400 
Saul 1 . 405 

— Saul 4 , 400 

— Stephen 7 , 401 
Craig, Andrew, 407, 40S 

— Emily Jane, 805, 935 

— Isaac, S94 

Moses. 019 

— Richard. 905 
Sarah Augusta, S94 

Cram, Charles, 636 

— Nancy, 431 
Cramner, Gilbert. 477 
Crandall, Betsey ( ), 703 

Mr. , 703 

— Walter Jonathan 8 , 703 
- William S.. 491, 703 

William Samuel 8 , 703 
Crane. Augustin Averill*. 73S 

Caroline Matilda 7 , 51S 

— Catherine Johnson. 945 

— George s , 519 

— George E. 7 , 51S, 519 

— George E. s , 519 

Hannah M. 7 . 51 S 

- Harriet M.\ 519 

— Heman A.'. 51 8 

- Henry S. 7 , 51S, 519 

— Horace 8 , 519 

- Horace Averill", 518 

Isabella 8 , 518 

— Jennett Dorothy 7 , 51S 

- Julia C. s , 518 ' 

— Julia K.\ 519 

— Marv Ann 8 , 73S 

— Marv K.\ 51 il 
Marv J. T . 518 

- Moses C.\ 519 
Mr. -, OOS 

Phineas, 737 

— Dr. Robert, 500, 737 

— Robert F.\ 738 

- Stephen' 1 . 304, 518 
Stephen". 519 

— William IL. 518 ' 
Crarv. Aaron 6 , 290, 415 

- Aaron 7 . 410 

- Benjamin 7 , 415 

Harmony (Averill). (15 

James", 415 

- Lucy 7 , 415 



Index 



1051 



Crary, Mr. , 509 

- Rachel (Averill), 290 

Samuel 7 , 415 

— Stephen 7 , 4 Hi 

- William Pierce 7 , 416 
Gratzenberg, Adam J., 388 
Craven, Elizabeth B., -315 
Crawford, Alice, 502 

— Julie, 932 
Crean, Annie, 6S4 
Crenner, Bartlett Peace, 688 

°, ery ' \ Joel, 249 
Gary, j 

Crery, John, 228 

— Mr. , 22S 

Crispen, Richard, 351 
Crocker, Enoch, 850 

Marian Martell, 654, 850 

Matilda D. ( ), 850 

— Mr. , 620 

( 'rocket, Cordelia, 566 
Crockett, Albert 9 , 852 

— Isaiah A., 657. 852 
Croghan, George. 407 
Crompton, Francis, 68, 88, 89, 1 

Crook. Ensign , 184 

Cropsy, James, 387 

Crosby, Caramiel, 794 

Grace Helen". 606 

Joseph, 600 

Joseph Fitch, 436, 606 

Kate Bellc s , 600 

Otis, 437 

Salome R., 437 

Samuel, 794 

— Simon. 196 
Crosher, Abigail, 361 
Cross, Caleb, 301 

Jemima, 553 

— Lizzie II., 892 

Crossing, Sarah ( ), 342, 34: 

Crossing, I garah5 ,, u _ ?A .^ 4S 
( rossman. \ 
Crossing 1 , Susanna (- 

Thomas'. 342 

■ William 4 , 342, 

• William 5 , 342. 

Crowel, David. 473 

— Jene, 473 
Crowd, Alonzo, 786 
Crowther, Mabel I. 
Crummett. Hannah. 

Nathan, 656 

Cummett, Lucy. 656 
Cummings, Abbie Jane 8 , 626 
Asenath, 714, 8S8 • 

Hannali (Averell), 40:: 

Jonathan, et al., 182 : 62 

Jonathan, Jr., 1S2 

Joseph, 120, 420 

- Robert, 463 

Rufus Kendall, 445. 026 

Sarah. 972 

Holmes. Mrs. Rachel. 444 

Cunningham. Elizabeth 7 , 403 

James, 320. 405 

Matilda E., 729, S96 

Newell M., 890 

Sarah , 312. 444 

William. 4 44 

Curch, Mary (dishing), 621 
Currin, Mathias, 66 
( urtis, Ada Estella 10 , 044 
■ Abigail, 202 

Altha, 029 

Benjamin. 4 02 

Claude 9 , 020 

David, 581, 804 



100, 101, 150, 151, 



-). 



343, 481 
343 



SO 7 
055. 050 



Curtis. Edgar 9 , sot 
- Effle May 10 , 94 4 

- Emma 11 , 804 

- Estelle 9 , 0,20 

- Hannah. 202 
Isaac, 202, 204 

( mi is, / Jacob, ( 1 : 
Curtice, J202, 270 ; 414 
( urt is. John, 27 

- — Joseph, 4 IS, 020 

- Levi. 436, 007 

- Marcus L., 849, 944 

- Rosalind l>.\ 0,07 

- Ruth, 5o4 
Seth, 629 

-Winfield Scott 8 , 020 
Curtiss, Daniel. 901, 002 

— Daniel Averill 9 , 902 
Capt. Eleazor, 375 

- - Ellen, 730. 901 

■ Julia Eliza''. 902 

Walter S., 7:10, 902 

Curtys, Katherine, 27 

— William, 27 

1 urwin, Mathew, 59 

Gushing, Amanda Malvina, 44::, 620, 621 

Caleb-. 021 

- Caleb 4 (James, Caleb. Matthew), 621 

Caleb', 621 

- Charles. 208, 839 

James 11 , 621 

- Matthew'. 621 

( ushion, Samuel, 569 
Cushman, Rev. David Quinby, 447 
Cuthbert, Rait'.'. 27 
Cutler, Abigail 7 . 44s 

■ Amy, 795 

Arthur S.. 721 

- Catherine 7 , 448 

- < larenee Lewis' 1 , , 2 1 

Col. Ezekiel, 31::. 4 is 

— Floy''. 721 

Francis Lewis". 721 

- Lillie Stiles 9 , 721 
Margaret 7 , 448 

- Marv, 720 

Marv (Averill), 494. 495 

- Nathaniel. 405 

- Ruth Amelia''. 721 

- Susan Frances, 448 

- Thomas McCray 7 , 4 48 

- - William, 4 18 

- - Wilmot 7 , 4 4s 

( utting, Charles 7 , 433 

Charles 8 , 133 

Cutts, Amos, 457 
Dacey, Daniel, 619 
Daggett, L<v i. 255 

- Mr. . 4 05 

Dailev. Augusta Eliza 7 , 514 

Edward Elijah 7 , 514 

Frances Gertrude, 501 

George Malcolm 7 . 514 

Katherine Elizabeth 7 , 514 

Marvin Averill", 51 4 
Parle\ Averill 7 , 514 

- Samuel. 360, 514 

- Wan-en". 5 1 I 
Daily. Ethan Warren, 726 
Damson. Peter, I:::: 
Dana, Ebenezer, 280 

Edward B., 5s", 

Henrietta (banning. 801 

Mehitable, 405 
Mehitable ( I, 2-" 

- Richard limn . 861 
Dane, France-. 63 

Frank. 50 o 



1052 



Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 



Dane, Mr. . 493, 494 

Danfurth, Florence Bulkley s , 76 

- Henry Tallman s , 7 < ; 7 
Josephine Barnes s , 767 

- Lizzie Averill 8 , 707 

- Mary Jane 8 , 767 
Samuel Blackstom \ 767 

- Susan Robbins 8 , 7«. 7 

- Thomas, et al., 107 ; 767 
- Thomas La\vrenee s , 767 

Walter W., .34:;. 767 
Daniel, Capt. Eliphalet, 492 
Daniels, Capt.. 578 

Charles N., 160 

- William. 236 
Darling. Benjamin. 26S 

Thomas, 2.31 
Dascomb, Hiram Averell 9 , 701 

- James Stewart 9 , 701 

- Leander, 41)1, 701 

- Mary J. (Stewart ), 701 

- William AverelF, 701 

- William Everett", 701 
Daugherty, Charles II.. SSO 
Chester Cyrus, 692, 880 

- Eleanor , 8S0 
John J. 9 , SSO 

Davenport. Ira. 605 
David the First, 38 
Davidson, John M., 7.35 
Da vies, George. 5(16 
Davis, Abigail, 927 

- Adeline, 788, 927 

- Asa Averill 7 , 423 

- Benjamin Franklin, 708 

- Daniel. 121 

Dean, 510 

- Ellen s , 423 

- George, 729 

- George B. 5 813 

- Rev. George Williams, 522 
Hannah Lovejoy 7 , 423 
Henry", 423 

- Horace Oscar", 423 

- James, 331 

• lames J., 027 

- Jeanie, .349 

- Jennie B., 700, 922 

- John. 63 

- John 1'.. .3 10 

- Joseph. 0.34 

— Josiah, 298, 299, 423 
Julia 7 . 423 

— Louisa 1'ierce". 423 

- Luella, 633, 841 

- Maria. 358, 510 
Marshall, W., 796 
Martha. See 
Maria 

Orpha R., 590. S13 

Rev. Dr. 496 

Sally (Averill), 298, 423 

Samuel. 922 

Sarah Man 7 . 423 

- T. B„ 280 

- Thankful, 202 
Timotty . 170 

- Walter <;.. Jr 

William, et a 

Rev. William I! 

Davis-Stow, [.aura ( - ). 362 
I i.n ison, Geoi ge 1 1.. 592 
Dawley, R. I... 768 
Dawson, John Selkirl 
Day, Abbie s , 7s- 

\luanda\ 789 

Vugnstin s , 788 

Bernice s , 789 



100. 113, 114, 115 
5. 31 ; .304 



r95 



Day, Cleora, 81 G 

— Daniel", 789 

— Eliza (Avery), 673 

Capt. { Elkanah, 301, 33S. 993, 995. 
Maj. I 996, 998 

— Elkesiah, 200 
Emma 8 , 788 

— Georgia Ann 8 , 673 

— Harrison 8 , 7SS 

— Helen Lovina\ 673 

— Rev. Jeremiah, 301 

— Rev. Jeremiah, Jr., 361, 530 

— John Wesley 8 , 78S 

— Leonard, 5G4, 7SS 

- Lewis. 568 
Lois Anna 8 , 7SS 

- Lorenzo". 788 

— Lorin\ 7S9 

— Maxwell 8 , 7S9 

— Mrs. , 673 

— Maj. N., .322 

— Phebe (Wilde), 114 
■ Rufus 8 , 7S9 

Samuel, .369 

— Sanford 0. s . 673 

Sophia, et al., 362 ; 799 

— Squire. 40,7 

— Timothy, 114 

- William, et al., 46S, 673; 564, 789; 

673 
Dayton, Charles Frank 10 , 965 
< harles Robert. 90.3 

— Charles Sherrill, 90S. 965 

- Edith Averill 1 ", 905 
Grace Piatt 10 , 905 

Dean, Albert E., S03 
Emma. 050 

— Sarah B., SS9 
Hearing, Humphrey, 202, 204 
De Camp, Leavitt 9 . See 
Averill, Leavitt, De Camp 9 
De Camp, Marion ( ), SSO 

— William. 880 
Decker, Nellie, 700 

De Eraser. See Fraser 
Delano, Capt.. 390 

- Harriet. 921 
Delbridge, Marv Ann, 3S8, 502 
De Long, Frank. 880 

- Ida ( ). 880 

Laura Olive' 1 . See 

Averill, Laura Olive Williams 
Denison, Daniel. 83 

John, 63 

— Major, 60, 63, 83 

— William, 14.5 
Deniston, Bessie, 831, 941 
Dennen, Joseph, Jr., 569 
Dennis, Eleanor Reid, 012, S27 
John, 827 

i !apt. Thomas, 213, 97S 
Densham, Addie, 585 
Densmore, Harriet, 581, S04 

Thomas, 804 
Denton. Artemesia, 177 
Depew, | Ellen 

j Eleanor, 478. 092 
De Pny, Anna Regina. 573, 79S 

George Gearhart, 79S 

Derby, Jennie, 602. 817 

— Morgan, 817 
Dewey, Andrew. 493. 70.5 
C. W.. 887 

Mr. - - -, 537 

Sarah Olivia, SO0 
Dewitt, Simeon, 397 
Dexter. Henrv M . 582 
Dibble. Jolm. 228 



Index 



!().-,:; 



Dickens, Charles, 441 
Dickerman, Rodolphus A., u 4 7 
Dickinson, Darius, 591 
■ Harvey, YV., 605 

Rev. James, 719 

Joseph, 838 

Lavinia, 421, 591 

• Lydia, 627, 838 

Mary, 823 

Robert, 25G 

Diefendorf, Permelia M., 549, 77:: 

Peter, 773 

Dilling, John J., 890 
Dillingham, John, 66 
Oilman, Alexander, 566, 790 

Le Roy, 790 

Wallace 8 , 790 

Dimick, Marshall. 431 

Myron, 13 1 

Dimmick, C. It.. 154 
Dinslow. Abel Eaton, 465 
Dix, Ralph. 63, 04, 09 
Dixon, Nancy, ."'To 

Rebecca, 377, 549 

Doane, Sally, 54 2 

Dobson, Martha [Catherine, S4G 
Dodge, Alfarata 9 , 838 

Caroline Arabel, 735, S99 

Claude 9 , 83S 

Rev. D. Stuart, 719 

- Eben, 027. S38 

Eda Ella , 83S 

Frederick. MM) 

Harriet. 316, 454 

Henry I'.-', 33S 

— Iaac, 131 
Ida 9 , S3S 

— Capt. John, 179, 988, 990 

— Julia Maria, 735, 899 

- Lucinda, 401 

- Millie Hannah, 914 

— Olive. S29 
Willard, 838 

Dodson, Julia Ann. S92 
Dole, Charles E., SG0 

Elizabeth Holbrook, 665, 8f 

John W., 697 

Dolhonde, John, 976 
Dominick, Mary E.. 428 
Donaldson, Charles'-'. 770 

Clarence W.'. 770 

Daniel B., 770 

Hazel IV. 770 

Donnell, Almira 8 , 323 

Benjamin 8 , 219, 323 

Jane*, 323 

Jotham 7 , 023 

Jotham 3 , 323 

Nathaniel 8 , 323 

Col. Nathaniel, 977, 983 

Susan 8 . 323 

Doolittle, Allie R., 003. 820 

Hezekiah. 261. 202. 263 

— Miles. S20 
Door, Nancy, 470, 073 

■ Nathaniel, 673 

Dorinan, Eleanor 3 , 227 

Jabez, 164 

Lieut. Jesse. O'.l 

Dorr, Betsey, 311, 441 

Hattie. 02o, S30 

Jonathan, I 

Zachariah, I 830 

Douglas. Capt. Asa. 377, 994 

John, 389 

Douglass. Alfred, 896 
Dow, Edgar L. 9 , 611 

Edgar Leslie, 610, 011 



Dow, Ella G. 9 , Oil 
Fannie I'..'-'. 6 I 1 

George Francis, 45, S3, 84. 125, 14: 
587, 591, 72 4 

- 1 hum. ill. G55 

- Julia A., 3S5 
Rebecca, 056 

Walter S.' J , 611 

Dowd, James G., 7 13 
Downes, Vdelia. 600 
Downer, Betsey ( \\ erill i , 3S2 

- Mr. , 3S3 

Downes, Mercy Ann, 057 
Downing, Alonzo, 809 

Emily, 5S5, 309 

Downinge, James, 67 

1 1 ■ nings, ( apt., 167 
Down-. Benjamin, 305 

John, 301 
Dovn, Lucinda, 4 12. G1S 

- Mrs. . 311, 442, 618 

Drake, Charles M. T . G41 

- Dr. Charles Mutler 8 , 04 1 

- Hannah K.. 162 
Draper, Nathaniel. 203, 207 

- Nathaniel, Si,, 203 
Dresser, Jacob, 305 

Jerusha, 282, 39G 

- Mary, 305 
— Thomas, 396 

Dudlev, Charles. 425. 595 

i ar iline Pillsbury, 462, 649 

- I ir.ui. 633 
Gov. -. Ill 

- Gov. Joseph-, 633 

- Lucy 5 , 633 

- Marv N.\ 500 
Paul 5 , 633 

- Roland, 649 

- Samuel, 57, 58, OS 

- Thomas, 74 

- Thomas 1 , 633 

- Gov. Thomas 1 , 633 

- William. ISO 

- Hon. William*, 633 
Durable, Elizabeth, 715 

I Milium r, Air. — — , , 

Dunbar, Annie i Ritchie I, 05 I. -"I 

- ( 'ol. David. 196 

— Mrs. , 347. 8 19 

Sallie, 4ou 

Duncklee, David. 708 

- David Wallingford 8 , 70S 

- Everett , 7(io 

- Granville Woodbury 8 , 70S. 709 

- Jane, 70S 

— Jannett 8 , 7ns. 70 9 

Joe] W., 495, 7 us 

- John 8 , 708. 7o'» 
Lucian 8 , 709 

- Lucretia 8 , 709 

- Lucretia (Averill), 494, 195 

- Maud''. 700 
Dunlap. Chellis s , 716 

Clarissa Coolidge s , 7 10, 

- - Cummings 8 , 7 1 6 

- Edwin 8 , 710 

- Francis 8 , 716 

- Frank 8 , 710 
Mi lni\ 716 

1 1 iram 8 , i 1G 
James Scott 8 , 71 6 

- Jane s , 716 

- John 8 , 716 

- Martin R.*. 710 
Mr. . 449, 631 

Perlev 8 , 710 

- Sidnev, 349 



1054 



Averell, Averill, Avery Family 



Dunlap, Thomas, 502. 710 
Dunn, Ada C. See 
Durin, Ada C. 
Dunn, Mary, 7S5 
Dunson, Mina L., 515, 734 
I Minion, Capt., 035 

- Ella, 666, S67 

- George Alton. (172 
John, stir 
Maria 6 , 331, 474 
Sophia, S39 

Dupv, Francis, 762 

Margaretta, 539, 762 

Durfee, Mr. , 754 

Durgv, Lucius C, 525 
Durham, Ann. 293, 417, 41S 

- John, 417, 41s 
Durin. Ada C, 432. 602 

- Ethan, 602 
Durkin, Thomas. Sis 
Durling, Margarett, 10 

Richard, 10 
Durrell, Phillip, 109 
Durrol, Philip, Junr., 103 ■ 
Dutton, Sarah Elizabeth, 937 
Dwight, Harvey, 535 
Dwinell, Michael, 223 
Dver, Christopher, 196 

- Elbert, 784 

- John. 196 
Parle. Hubert S., S96 

John, 337 

- Mrs. John, 330 
Eastman. Benjamin D., 505 

Elliot, i'i70. 671 

- Gertrude, 689 

- John, 689 

Julia Ann. 419. 5SS 

- Lizette 9 , 671 

- Sally. 503 

Eas Nicholas, 00, 07 

Easty, Mary ( ), 107, 10S, 111, 112, 113 

Eaton, Alexander 11.', 823 

Alexander Hamilton 11 , S23 

- Charles, 019 
Klmira Averill'', S23 
Gulia (Averill), S23 
Harry William''. 823 
'him D., 603, 823 

- Ida. 830 
Eckstein, Emma, 443, 622 
Eddv, Edwin, 009 

Eliza Holland. 4(iS, 000 

( 'apt. Jonathan, 9S4 

Col. Jonathan, 001, 602 

Joseph, 180, 181 

NTancj Clapp, 467, 661 

Ware. 661, 0G0 

Rev. Zachary, 861, 804 
Edenfield, Grant, 097 
Edgerton, Betsey Averill 7 , 550 

Charles Fox 7 , 550 

Fanny Louisa", 550 

Horace 8 , 550 

John, 383. 550 

Mary Sophia 7 , 550 

Moses Averill 7 . 550 

Polly (Averill), 382 
Edgett, Isaac II., 213, 324 
Edmunds, Sophronia Ann, S91 
Edmonston, Robert, 38 
Edmunds, Edwin C, 812 
Edson, Harriet. 530, 75S 

Levi, 092 
Edward I.. King, 6 
Edwards. Betsey, 294, 418 

Francis, 563 

Price, 124 



Edwards, Lieut. Samuel, 499 
Eggleston, Edward, 099 
Elder. James, 490 
Eldridge, Rev. A. F., 550 

Capt. Edmond, 036 

Eliot. William, 10S 
Elizabeth, Queen, 35, 37 
Ellines, Laurens. 28 
Elliott, Col., 995 

— Hannah 1 ', 707 
Joseph Hawley 9 , 707 
Maria Louisa, 796 
Mary 9 , 797 

lattv. 723 

- Rachel Maria, 634 
Robert 9 , 797 

- Thomas 0., 797 
Ellis, Elizabeth. 893 

John. 562 

Martha St. Clair, 641, 042 

Marv, 684 

Miss . 501 

Warren, 791 

- Capt. Warren, 706, 1003 
Ellison, Cornelia Jane 9 , S24 

Ella M. (Averill), 193, 434, 824 
Ella Ruth , S24 

- Henry Hildredth, 193, 004, 824 
Justin George 9 , S24 

Ellithorp, Earl S., 003, S19 
Luanna 9 , 819 

- Mary J. (Averill), S19 
Ellsworth, Sewell, 457 
Elsemore. Almena H., 926, 969 

- Arethusa 7 , 569 

- Aurelia", 569 

- -'Deal" 7 , 509 
Elizabeth 7 , 569 
George E., 909 

- John", 393. 508 
John 7 , 569 
Julia 7 , 56S 
Lucinda 7 , SOS 
Lydia ( ), SOS 

- Marv 7 , 508 
Melissa 7 , 509 

- Moses, SOS 
Elton. Ebenezer, 3S4 

Emma Amanda 7 , 384 

- Helen Mar 7 , 385 
Jane 1). W. 7 , 384 

- Laura Maria 7 , 3S4 
Martha Averill 7 , 384 
Nancy Murray 7 , 384 

- Rhesa, 383, 384 
Robert Burns 7 , 3S5 

■ William Murray 7 , 3S4 
Ely, Adrian Griswold, 703, 917 

- Calvin Luther, 917 
- Eleanor C, 918 

Esther Almira 9 , 917 

John Calvin 9 , 918 

Marjorie L., 91S 
Emerson, Capt. Dan., 310 

!b nrv P., 5S9 

John, 03 

Rev. John, et al., 190, 295 : 

Rev. John, Jr., et al. 

Joseph, 63 

Rev. Mr. - 
Emery, George, 

- Samuel, 107 

- T. W. R., 00 
Endicott, Benjamin, 201, 214 

John, 66, 104 

Mr. . et al.. 120 ; 14u 

- Zerubbabel, 92, 125. 201 
Engle, Louise, 470 



131 
226 ; 294 



rt al., 170; 332; 424 



Index 



1055 



English, Mary ( ), 107, 110, 112 

— Philip, 107, 124 
Eno, Stephen, 382 

Erhardt, Augusta Pauline, 936 
Erskin, George, 220 
Erskine, Charles, 866 

— Elizabeth, 316, 47)4 
Estabrook, Olive 190, 302 
Estes, Job, 720 

Estey, Alonzo Forrester 8 , 589 
Frank Loring 8 , 589 

— Hannah Maria s , 589 
Jeremiah A., 588 

— Joseph Newell 8 , 5S9 

— Lemuel Forrester 8 , 5S9 

- Martha Ellen 3 , 589 

- Mar\ Averill 8 , 589 

- Myra Anna". 589 
Sinn m Austen 8 , 5S9 

- Sim. .n F., 420, 5SS 
Esty, Aron, 120 

Istey, j Isacke ' S4 ' ln7 
Etcheberry, Sarah, 563 
Euans, Goodman, 82 
Evans, Andrew H., 572, 796 

- Gertrude Martha 9 , 572 

- H. Clay, 310 

- Julia j'ennette, 77.0, 907 

- L.na. 047. 846 

- Lr.cretia Brown . 572 

- Martha Gertrude 9 , 796 

- Man M., 554 
Sim. on, 907 

- William. 83 
Evarts, Sarah Ann, 515 
Everail, Abraham, 2.3 

- Elizabeth, 2.3 
Joane, 25 

- John, 2.3, 20 

- Marv. 2.3 

- Richard, 25, 20 

- Thomas, 2.3, 26 

- William, 25 

- Winnifred, et al., 25 ; 26 
Everell, j Ann 2 

/ Hannah. 74 
Everell, Coreniah 2 , 75 
Elizabeth 2 , 75 

- Elizabeth (Phillips), 75 

- Ezekiel 2 , 75 

- John, 27 

- Margery, 27 
Richard, 984 

- Robert, 27 
Everest. Andrew, 103 

- Barbary, 103 
Everet, Samuel, 985 
Everett, Charlotte. 536, 7.30 

- Edward 4 , 730 

- Edward", 7-30 
Edward 6 (135), 7.30, 

- Elizabeth, S90 

- ilattie, 585, 809 

- John 2 , 750 

- John 3 , 7 30 

- Moses, S09 

- Richard, 984 

- Richard 1 , 756 

- Dr. William, 60.3 
Everhill, John P., 903 
ISl^iell.73,75 

^»;S Elizabeth (- 
Everm, I James> et a , 



Everill, I , r . 

Kv.-i-.-ll, i Mal ' v C >. ' 4 

Everit, Samuel. 985 
Everitt, Samui I, 985 
Everts, Judah, 359, 508 

Evarts] j 0ydia ' 356 ' ::: '''- ''"'> " J " b 
r.vrall.' Thomas, 22 
Evrell, John, 22 

— Margery. 22 

Ewen, Alma (Averv), S72 

- Elizabeth 9 , 872 

— Frank D., 669, -7 1. 372 

— Helen , S72 

— James, 871 

Ewing, Mr. . et al., 562; 692 

Fairbanks, Rev. F. J., 1-:;. 1 - 1 
Fairbrother, Richard, 298 
Fairfield, Alvino, 887 

— John, 10S, 170, 200. 203, 206 
' apt. John, 981, 982, 983 

— Lvdia A. ( ). 887 

— Mr. . 212 

Ruben, 468 

— Ruth Annette, 710. 887 
Kale. nir. Henry, 770. 024 

Kenneth 9 , 024 

Margaret 1 ', 024 
Farlow, Dr. W. E., .320 
Farmer. Hiram. 622, 835 

Jacob, 829 

Maurice , S35 

Rhoda Ann. 619, S29 

Sarah 5 , 332 
Farnhain, Mr. . 632 

— Susan W. (Averell), 313, 632 
Farnsley, Dr. David Albert, 486 

— Olivia Albertine 9 , 486 
Farnsworth, Lavina, 02:; 
Farnum, Martha. 71 o 
Farrar, John, 397 
Farren, Emma Lucelia, .344 
Farrow, George, 65 
Fegan, .lain."- I... 704 
Fellows, George < '.. 553 
Kelt. .11. Edwin, 433 

Mr. J. (7. 884 
Nathaniel. 7.3 

— William. 4:::; 
Fenlason, David, -30.3 
[■'< 1111... Emma, 810 
Fenton, Frank P.. 150 

James, 382 
Ferguson, Adeline Jannett, .3.37, 778 

— Annie Almira, 47s, 691 
Casi . 77^ 

- David, S24 
George W.. S24 

Fermoy, Brig. Gen., 379 
Ferren, Sarah, .3 1 1 
Ferris. Aaron, 287 

- Adeline 7 . 5:17 
Adeline 8 , 531 
Angus, 537 

( Caroline 7 , 537 
1 harles 7 , .337 

— Clarina (Averill). 370, 537 

— Emily 7 , 537 
Luther", .3:17 
Vathan. ::7n. 537 
Sarah. 287, 361, 369 

— Zechariah, 531 
Ffelows, William, S9 

" enne - \ William, 10 
1- tenn. I 

Field. Cvrus, 581 

Elijah, 581 

.1, .11. .than Edwards, 906 



1056 



Aver ell, Averill, Avery Family 



Field, Lavinia B., 413, 5S1 

- Mary Stuart, 747, 906 

- Mr. , 1ST 

- Rev. Timothy, 424 
Fifleld, Helen, 962 

- Mary, 902 

Firman, Mr. , 50 

Fish, ( lharlotte, 871 
Fisher, Charles 1 '. 872 

- Charlotte , s72 
Mrs. Easter. 222 

- Forest B., 535, 753 
Fisher, Grace'- 1 , S72 
Homer 9 , S72 

- Mary 8 , 753 

- Myron 8 , 753 

- Sarah 8 , 753 

- Thomas. G73, S72 
Fisk, Anna, S02 

Rev. John, 75 

- Samuel. 301 
Nathan, Jr.. 296 

Fiske, Arthur Elmer' 1 . 895 
i lharlotte M. B , So5 

- Harold A. 9 , 814 

- Ira H., 507. 814 

- Maude E. 9 , 814 

- William, 72::. 395 
Fitch, John, 150 

Joshua. 130 

- William, 380 

£j^ s s ' | Mary (Averill), 95, 137, 1 

.JJ"/ I Silus, 05, 137. 143 

Fitzgerald, Catherine, 040 

Flack, Jemima. 730 

Flagg, Josiah, 152 

Flanders, Capt. Brown S., 710, SSG 

- Eliza, 40S, 714 

- Lillie M.°, 886 

- Mr. . 714 

Fletcher, Calvin L.. 762 

( iaroline A. ( ), 215 

- Lydia, 414. 5S2 

- Remembrance, 300 

Col. Samuel, 231. 33S, 908 

- Samuel A.. 215 
Flewelling, France-, 341, 470 
Flint, Capt., 212 

Martin 7 . 270 

- Mr. , 212 

Flitner, Francis W.. 458 

Mrs. Francis W., 310. 457 
Floyd, Martha (Averill), 710, 715 

- Thomas, < 15 

- Maj. William Henry, 715 
Five, Alden, 445 

Fogg, Dollv, 393, 564 

Sti phen, 504 
Follansbee, Delia, 788, 92S 
Folli it. Frank Child 9 , 8.36 

- ( leorgi . 335 
Grace, 402. 640 

William Havward, 625, 835 
Folsom, Betsev, 02s, 468 

Henry, 331 
Foote, .\bigail, 371, 542 

Ada", 021 

\im;i Butler, 45!). 642 

F.liza ('., 542 

Elizabeth, 921 

Erastus, 04 2 

- Irene I — ), 542 
I., \ i. 537 

Mabi I Lee 9 , 921 
Phim .1-. ■ > 12 

- Robert, 373 



Foote, Roland Tremaine , 921 

Samuel, 921 

— Wallace Harrison''. 92] 

- William Russell. 705. 021 
Forbes, Stanley Dunbar, 577 
Ford. Edwin, 477 

Elisha J.. 454 

Margaret Ogilvie, 50, 

Forsvthe, Mary, 622 
Foss, Abbv, 502, 71S 

- Arthur Clarence 9 , S91 

- Elias Toole, 717, S01 

- Frank, 676 

- Gertrude Mae 9 , S91 

- Hattie Placentia'- 1 , S91 

- Herbert O. 9 , 927 

- Ivory, S01 

James, 71S 

Lewis David 9 , 891 

- Olive, 71S 

- Otis Smith, 7S7, 927 

- Samuel, 027 
Foster, Abraham, 130 

- Alice, 576 

<nl. Benjamin, 000 

- Charles W. 9 , SS7 

- Charlotte A. 9 . SS7 

- Deborah 5 , 2.36, 350 

- Dorcas 5 , 230, 351 

- Eliza M. (Averill). 711 

- George N. 9 , SS7 
tsaac, SS7 

- Jacob, 302, 500 

- Jane, 789 
Join, 4 , 350. 351 
Joseph, 440, 454 

- Mary, SI 

Marv (Borman), 10, 

- Meh'itable, 07, 130 

- Nathaniel, 502 

- Newell D., 712, S87 
Olive, 311 
Rachel, S75 

lliuinahl. 58, 50. 63, 64. 68, 00, 72, 

SI. 130 
Ruth, 115 

- Sally, 333. 476 

Fowler, Commander Amos. 374. 1003 

- Elizabeth, 337, 477 

- Enoch M., 451, 633 

- George S„ 772 

- John H. II.. 772 
Moses A. 8 , 633 

Mvrta Ann. 543. 705 

Samuel 8 , 633 

• Sarah, 703 

Fox, Abbie Marv 8 . 7S0 

- Eltha, 337. 476 

- John. 504. 789 

- - John' 1 , 7S0 

Nettie 8 , 7S0 
Jos, -ph. 234 

- Lavinia (Averill), 563 

- Mahala, 477. 689 

- - Mr. . 752 

- Sarah. 590 

Foye, Lucy Jane. 220. 331 
Francis, Charles, 4<)S 
Franklin, Benjamin, 522 

- William. 00 
Fraser, Alexander, 524 

- Alexander, 0th Lord Lovat, 524 

- Sir Andrew of Caithness, 524 
Bernard de, 524 

Sir Gilbert de, 524 

Sir Gilbert Viscount Tracquair, 524 

- Hugh, 524 

Hugh of Ard and Lovat, 524 



Index 



1057 



Fraser, Hugh, 1st Lord Lovat, 52. 

- Hugh, 2nd Lord Lovat, 524 
Hugh, 3rd Lord Lovat, 524 

Hugh, 5th Lord Lovat, 524 

James, 524 

Simon, 524 

Simon (son of Sir Andrew), 

Thomas, 4th Lord Lovat, 524 

Frazer, Margaret, 364, 524 
Freeland, Francis, 802 

Rev. Moses, S62 

Freeman, Enoch, 217, 21S 

James, 217 

Marie, 500 

Mr. , 321 

- William, 218 
French, Aliram, 70S 

- Hannah MeCauley, 495, 70S 

John, ill 

- John Bradford, 721 

John Peter, 721 

Lydia, 90, 120 

Mary A., 471 

— Submit. 493, 70.", 

— Sumner, 502 

William, 1S4 

Frink. Jedediah, 228 
Frisbie, Lewis, 763 

Samuel, 763 

Frise, Jabez Alonzo, 054 

.Main! Louise, 954 
Frost, Rev. Adoniram Judson, 652 

— Charles. 100 

Jea, 358 

— Lizzie \V. ( Avery). 653 

— Salmon, 652 
Frvbaek, Alfred. 774 
Fuller. Albert A.. 763 

— ( 'amline Lavinia, 589 

Rev. D., 569 

Elisha L., 416, 5S4 

— Lieut. Ephraim, 334, 904 

— Esther, sis 

— Col. George, 859 

— John, et al., 63 ; 150 ; 623 

— J. \V., 623 

— Tim.. thy. 214, 216 

Fnsign vice, 334. 994 

— William, 58, 59 
Gadge, John. 66 
Gaffield, Lorania (Averill), 382 

— Mr. , 383 

Gage, Abraham, 204 

— John, 66, 67 
Gagnier, Harriet, 6S9 

Marv Elizabeth, 703 

Gah . Mary Ann Steenback, 802 

Gallison, { 

Gallishan, J 

Gallup. Lucy (Averill), 200 

Samuel, 290 

Galusha, Capt. Elijah, 231. 232, 357, 906, 

007, 00 s 
Gammon, Mark W., 453 
Gannett, A.ddie M.". 611 

Charles II.'', 611 

Frank <>". 611 

George F. 9 , 611 

— George Frederick 6 , 610, 611 
Gardenier, D., 376, 377 
Gardiner, Sylvester. 204, 200, 218 
Gardner, Abby Maria, 652, 848 

Albert Clark, 021 

Alice ( ), 845 

Caleb Converse, 723, 895 

Edward Richard, 895 

Frank, 760 

H.. 286 



Mary, 4s 



Gardner, Harriet Elizabeth Delano, 7( 
Joseph, S4S 
Mabel, 845 

- Mr. - . 59 

- William II., 845 
Garfield, President James A., 907 
Garland, Willi. mi. 15 
Garretson, Charles IV, 572 

Martha Gertrude (Evans), 706 
Garvin, Eliza L., 451, 634 

Jeremiah, 634 

Gaston. Bildad, 303 
Gates, ( haile.O. I;; 

- Charles'-', 838, 13 
Charles 10 , 943 

( 'orjil. ( lyrus, 289 

Elizabeth, 201 

George 15. . 609, 826 

- George M.°, 826 

- Georgia ( Averill), 043 

- Mary, 602 

- Sergt. Robert, 289 

- Stephen, 175 
Thad 826 

Gatward, Robert, 26 
Cay. Electa, 691, 880 

- Mr. — , 566 
Gearey, Harriet, 12 1. 594 
Gee, Lizzie, 733 

Geer, Nathan, 289 
Geiger, Dr. Davison, 037 

Ella Portia, 819, 037 
Gent, Daniel, 106 

- Thomas. 106 
George I., King, 130 

George II., King, 140, 243. 248, 262 
George III.. King, 251. 252 

Gerrish, Alonzo W Ibury, 622. 835 

Benjamin, 86, 8S 

Edna Louise 9 , 835 

( 'ol. Jacob, 170. 988, 990 

- Kenneth Vverill , 835 

- William L.. 743 
Cerrv. Hon. Elbridge, 439 

- Elbridge T.. 934 
T., 2nd, 034 



Elbridge 
Gertrude 1 
( !ram ill. 
Louis G. 



613 
W.. 613 

, 613 



■ Roberl Livingston, 934 

- Robert Livingston, Jr., I 

- Tina M.'\ 613 
Gesner, Helen Louise. 463 

Nancv Zemira, 463 

Getchell, Albra E., 451, 634 

- David, 634 
Getschell, Elsie, 288 
Gibbers, Robert, 105 

i libbs, Frances < 'ornelia, 948 

- J. I\. 375 

Gilson, ( .iiit. Michael, 1S4, 3; 
Gidding, George, 80 
Giddings, Andrew, 277 

Lucretia, 15::. 276 
Gilb.nl. Charles Russell, 5S1, 

Evalina Belle 9 , so, 

- - Jane (Stafford), -07 

- Rev. Jeremiah, 801 

- Mare Leon,-'. 807 
Nellie Etta''. S07 

Gilbi rt, Armenus, 774 

Caroline Kent, so::. 934 
( larence I'... 7s 1 

- Harriet. 577, sou 
Lois. 360, 514 

- Marcv, 490 

S. 1, 521. 1004 

Stephen Whitman, 034 



1058 



Averell, Averill, Avery Family 



Gilbert, Sylvester, 800 

Thomas. 180 

Gilchrist, Alice, 631 

- Peter, 365 

Gilcrest, Mr. , 948 

Gillespie, James, 948 
Gillett, Laura, 477, 690 

- Mabel, 35S, 359 

- Mary, 5S6 

- Timothy P.. 543, 763 
Gillingham, Israel, 722 

- John. 504, 722 

- I'h. 'be ( ), 722 

Gilman, Annis (Dole), 812, S13 

- Beryl 9 , S13 

- Dana Howes 9 , S13 

- Frank. 633 

- George Elwyn, 596, S1.3 

George L., S50 

- Jonathan, 438 

— Joseph, 812, S13 

— Mina Annie 9 , 813 
Gilmore, James, 712 

— John B.. 762 

W. II.. 231, 33S, 353, 357, 360, 706 

Gilson, Caroline E., 499 
Ginn, Rebecca, 855 
Giveen, Charles F., 970 
Giveen, I Effie, 929, 970 

I Affie 
Gladding, Mabel R., 956 
Gladwin, Joseph, 542 

— Russell S., 542 
Glass. Elizabeth, 911 

Silas 5 , 235 

Glazier, Benjamin, 508, 728 

— Mrs. Benjamin, 508, 728 
Gleason, Amy Jeannette 7 , 563 

— Asa 7 . 563 

— Charlotte Ann 7 , 563 

— Edward La Fayette 7 , 563 

— Fernando Cortez 7 , 56:! 
Fidelia Delight 7 , 563 

— Franklin Averill 7 , 562 

— Jared, 3SS, 562 

- Jared Fayette 7 , 563 

— - IVnnelia Maria 7 , 562 

Saloma Louise 7 , 563 

Glidden, Alexander, 866 

— Augusta, 655, 565 

Benjamin et al., 222 ; 325; 327 

— Charles. 655 

— Clara Emma 9 , 656 

- Cleveland Newell 9 , 656 

— Daniel S. s , 655 

- Daniel S. 9 , 656 
Edward H. s , 655 

— Edward W. 9 , 656 

— Enoch Hartwell 9 , 656 

— Enoch Winthrop 8 , 655 

— Eva Ellen 9 , 656 

— George Allen 9 , 656 

— Hannah 8 , 655 

Hannah (Crummett), 656 
Harriet 8 , 655 

— Harriet (Glidden), 655 

- Ilattie B. 9 , 656 
Hattie E. 9 , 656 
Helen''. 656 
Ma 9 . 656 
.lane. 321 
Joseph, 467, 655 
Joseph Newell 8 , 655, 656 
Lambert, 655 

• Lila Adclia 9 , 656 
Lois, 670 
Margaret 8 , 655 



Glidden, Mary Ann 9 , 656 

- Moses, 656 

- Newell Allen 9 , 656 

- Pearl E. 9 , 656 

Peter 8 , 655, 656 

- Rosa Frances, 666, 866 
Ruth s , 655 

- Sewell 9 , 656 

- William, et al., 467 ; 474 ; 655 

- Winthrop, 655 
Godden, Stephen, 16, 17 
Goffe, Hannah, 30S 

- Hannah (Griggs), 308 

- Col. John, 308 
Gooch, Jedediah, Jr., 563 

Mr. , 568 

- Samuel, Jr., 563 
c 1. 1 Dorothy, 106 

I Dorcas 
Good, Sarah, 106, 110, 111, 113 
Goodale, I Gillian, 38 

I Gyllian 
Goodale. Lovila, 954 

- Margaret. 3S 

- Robert, 38 
Goode 11, Andrew, 654 

- Daniel, 2S2 

- Margaret J. (Avery), 654 
Goodelle, Aaron B., 783 

- Una 8 , 783 

- William P., 558, 783 
Goodhue, Thomas, 349 
Goodrich, Chauncev, 705, 882 

- Daniel 9 , 882 
Sabrina 9 , 882 

— Triphena 9 , 882 
Goodsell, Annie Grace 9 , 53S 

- Bertha Pauline 9 , 538 

- Rev. Buel, 537 

- Buel 9 , 538 

- Buel 10 , 538 

— Charles Buel 9 , 538 

- Daniel Avres s , 370, 537, 53S 
Grace 10 , 538 

Julia 8 , 537 

- William 9 . 53S 

Goodwin, Christina Cousins (Avery), 856 

— Clara Avery 9 , 857 

— Frederick Roscoe, 65S, 856 

George 7 , 854, 856 

George 9 , S54 

— Herbert Roseoe 9 , S56 
Lazarus, 277 

— Sarah Chase, 65S, S54 
Gordon, Ada. 610 

- Addie. 610, 611 

— J. B., 608 

Gore. .Mr. , 320 

Gorges, Sir Ferdinando, 161 
Gorman, Frances, 962, 974 

Joseph, 962 
Goss, ('apt. John, 310 
(Joswold, Capt. Bartholemew, 161 
Could. Adeline 7 , 436 

- Barzillai, 504. 722 

- Benjamin. 107 

- Benjamin A., 475, 722 

- - Charles Merrill, 722 

Cornelius, 722 

- Daniel, 143 

Daniel, Jr., 143 

- David, 131 

- Denison (932), 305, 435 
Elizabeth ( ). 475 

- Ellridge 7 , 436 

- EmilyJ, 436 
Francis. 670 

Granville 7 . 430 



Index 



1059 



Gould. Jacob (380), 435 

- John, 475 

C'apt. John. 118 

Maj. Joseph, 309, 475 

- Miss L. A., 143 

Lydia (Averell), 131 

Mary , et al., 332, 475 ; 309 

Mary Elizabeth 8 , 722 

Polly, 724 

- Priscilla, 104, 114 

- Susannah (388) ( ), 430 

Thomas, 120 

William Putnam, 475 

- Zacheus, 104, 131, 435 
Gowdy, Frank O., 7(31 
Gower, Granville W. G., 35 
Gradin. J. L. S., 492 
Graef, Carl G., 779 

Graham, David Harllee, 912, 960 

- Ellen Harllee 10 , 966 

- Harrriet 10 , 966 

- John Averill 10 , 966 

- Robert Flager, 966 
Granniss, Smith, 766 
Grant, Bitsev , 320 

- (apt., 345, 986, 987 

- Dollv 6 , :!2o 

,,,- , ,, \ (Everell), 74 

- ^li^beth j> 0<:verill) ' 

James, 75 

Joseph, 210, 320 

Jotham 6 , 320 

- Levi. 5H4 

- Lucv, 314, 452 
Merer' 1 . 320 

- Patrick, 234 

- Susan 6 , 320 

- Pres. Ulysses S., 816 
Graves, Edward Kendall, 673 

Jane, 962 

John, 812 

- Martha, 190 

R. t'alista, 594, 812 

Gray, A. J.. 305 

- Mrs. A. J., 305 

- Abigail, 210, 314 

- Albert J., 604 

Alice, 576 

Andrew'', 7S9 

Clara s , 770 

- Cynthia 8 , 789 

Ebenezer, 228 

Frances, 196 

Henrys, 789 

Capt. James, Jr., 426 

- Justice 8 , 789 
Lucy Burnham, 306 

- Margaret ( ). 320, 461 

Martha 8 , 770 

- Mary s , 77() 

- Reuben, 564, 7S9 

Tabby, 351 

- William, 546, 770 
Greeley, Horace, 350, 663 

Zaccheus, 350 

Green, Lieut. David, 9S7 

George H., 679 

- Dr. George S., 602 

Goodwife, 113 

- Henrv S., 743 

Jennie Lind, 938 

- Mary, et al., 654 ; 956 

- Mary Jane (Perkins), 504, 723 

- Timothy, 398, 399, 400 
Greene, Emily D. N., 514 
Greenfield, j j , m 
Greensit, J 

Greanleaf. Judge Benjamin, 226 



96, 112, 12: 



Thomas 



1 LS 



122 



Greenlief, Richard, 196 
Greensled, I . , n , 

Greensleet, j James ' 124 
Greensled, I ., ,, , „ , 
Greenslate, S Ruth ' 124 
Greensled, Samuel, 124 
Greensleet, Ann-', 122. 12:;. 124 
Anna, 

- - Ann, 

Hannah, 
Greensleet, [ -loan, 124 
Greenslade, I 
Greensleet, / 
Greenslitt, j 
Greensleet, / ,,,, •. , , .-, 

Greenslitt; | Thomas-, 112 
Greenslid, Thomas, 124 
Greenslitt, John, 112 
Gregory, Azell Harvey", <i n 4 

- Edward, 694 
George Fred, 702 

Gertie Jane, 694 

- Glenn Rozill 9 , 694 

- Rev. John, 425, 505 

- Lucy Edla, 595 

- Maria Louisa. 595 

Mina Edla, 595, 596 

Samuel, 595 

Susan 8 , 595 

Grenslitt, Abigail. 121 
Grev, Barbara, 852 
Gridlev, Elizabeth W., 616 
Griener, Eliza, 602, sis 
Griffin, Benjamin, 354 

- Elisha 7 , 279 

- Mary R., 882 

Susannah, 2S2, 405 

Griffith, Louisa Catherine, 344 
Griggs, Goody, 107 

Grimes, Mary Jane Woodbury, S35 
Griswold, Darius. 521 

- Edward, 156 

Eliza, 516 

Orpha, 761 

Simeon. 516 

Crosse, Elizabeth, 835 
Grosvennor, lion. Thomas, 2S1 
Grover, Sarah''. 329, 470 
Groves, Jesse. 286 
Grubb, Clara Elvie, 721, S93 

- Edward, S93 
Gunn. Capt. Aimer. 376 
Epenetus, 376 

Sarah. 270. 3S8 

Gunnison, Chastina, 705, SS2 
Guptill. Clara 9 , 927 

Erastus, 7s7. 927 

Gurney, Miss F. F... so:; 

Gustin, lion. Henrv Killmaster, S5S 

- Richard P., 858 

- Ruth Huntington (Avery), S59 
Gutterson, Amos, 61S 

- Mary Burns. 411, 618 
Guvon, Ada, 824 

Haas. Abraham. 939 

- B. J.. 820, 939 

Wales Abraham 1 ". 939 

Hacklev, Abigail, 535 

- Anna W.\ 754 
Genevieve L. 9 , 75 1 

Levi. 5:;5. 754 

- Mills Averill 8 , 754 

Nettie A. 9 , 754 

Samuel, 535, 75 1. 755 

Winifred L. 9 , 754 

Hacknev, Rebecca, 549 
Hadlev-; Franklin D., 766 
Haffieid, Richard, 58 



1060 



Averell, Averill, Avery Family 



Hager, Ethel M., 918 
Hagget, Mary P., 452, 635 
Haggett, Deacon, 635 

Hairston, Mr. , 099 

Hale, Emeline, 360, 514 

Enoch, 307 

Henrv M., 753 

- James 1'., 72, SS 

- Nellie 11.. 726 

Thomas K., 617 

- Willard J.. 79, 95 
Haley, Clara Adelaide 10 , 970 

- James L., 929, 970 
Pollv, 2SS, 414 

Ruth 10 , 970 

Mali, Emeline. See 
Hale, Emeline 
Hall, Aaron, 799 

Abram, 575 

Almond G., S39 

Ambrose, 799 

Charles, 616 

Charlotte Augusta 9 , 799 

- Daniel, 217 

Edwin B., G17 

- Emma Bell 9 , 799 

George, 22S 

- George G. 9 , 799 

- Gilbert A. 9 , 799 

J. Gilbert, 535 

Jane, 47 i 

Joseph. 030 

Mrs. Joseph, 447 

Mary Ann (Averill), 574. 575 

- Mary Frances 9 , 799 

- Mary Jane. S54 

Robert, 501 

- Samuel, 58, 6S 

- Sarah E., 027, S39 

William Aaron. 574, 575, 576, 799 

- William E. 9 , 799 

Hallenbeek,, 2nd, Lieut. William, 377, 3S5, 

994 
Mam, John. 74 

Lucy, 830 

- Martha. 724 
Hamilton, C. V., 610 

Chester, 673 

- George 9 , S73 

— Gertrude 9 . 011 

- Hiram B. 8 , 0S9 
James, 284 

Jnhn, cl al, 2m; : 470, 689 
John C. 9 , 0S9 

- Louis E. 9 , 689 

- Ma lie"*. S32 

- Marlow 9 , 873 

- Mr. , 832 

- Sfettie, 07::. 873 

- Perle 10 , 832 
Theresi . 1-2. 699 

— Walter 9 , -73 
Hamlen, ( lharles Crocker, 8 17 

- Charles Elmer 9 , 848 

- Elmira Jeanette (Avery). 325, 848 

— Frank Henry 9 , 848 

— Rev. George M.. 652, 

Joseph A\ ery 9 , - 1 - 

Hamlin, Horace, 499 

I [ammond, 1 ,, , , - , 

Hammones, I Hannah ' 152 > 

Hammond, Mary, 584 

Hamons, Jonathan, 99 

I [ancock, ^dah ( Ihrisl in."', 

Franl . 938 
John, Gov. of M: 
-- Jules Francis, 8: 

- Mai. Gen., 988 



611 



S4^ 



939 



chusetts 
938 



Sally, 393, 563 



0.-,s 



Hand, Mary B. ( ), 547 

Handy, Elizabeth D., 515, 510 
Hanks, Mary, 023 
Hanor, Ada D., 547 
Hanseom, Aaron, 567 

George 7 , 567 

— Jane 7 , 567 

Levi 7 , 567 

- Moses, 393, 567 

- Nathan, 78S 

- Ruth, 564, 7SS 

Sylvanus, 392, 393, 565 

Thomas, 392 

Hanscome, / .,. ., „„„ c ,.„ 
Hanseom, J Abigail, 393, 503 

Hanscome, John, 928 

Maria S., 788, 928 

Hanscome, I 
Hanseom. J 

Hapg I. L. B., 423 

Harbarger, Walter, SIS 
Harcum, Harriet, 915 

— Josiah, 915 
Hard, Stephen, 239 
Hardick, .lane, 377, 549 
Hardin, Nellie, 755, 756 
Harding, Arehelaus, 65S 

— Hannah Files, 467, 
Hardinge, Robert, 67 
Hardy, Caroline, 702 

— Katharine Lee, S4S 

- Rufus Coleman, S4S 

— Thomas, 66 
Harlan, Justice, 537 

- Maude (Noble), 537 
Harley, John, Jr.. 401 

Rachel, 320, 401 

Harllee, Harriet Ellen, 900 
Harlow, Eleazer, 433 

— Zilpah, 303, 433 
Harman, Japhet, 504 
Harmon, Pollv, 770 
Harp. Andrew, 433 
Mai per, Frederick F. 9 , 040 

- Richard L.. 040 
Harran, Mattie Anna, 
Harrick, / 
Herriek, \ 
Harriman, Albert, 855 

Umeda, 658, 855 
Carol Averell 10 , 934 
( ornelia 10 , 934 

- Edward Henrv, S01, 933 

- Edward Roland Noel 1 ", 934 

- Henrv Neilson 10 , 934 
Marv 10 , 934 

- Marv Williamson (Averell), 933. 934 

- Orlando, 933 

— Trvphena, S49 

- William Averell 10 , 934 
Harrington, Miss , 4.31 

Nathaniel, 168 

- Rebecca, 710 

- Sarah E., 656 
Harris, Daniel, et al., 289 : 292 

James, et al., 292; 388 

- John, 105, 113 
Josiah, et al., 145 : 392, 

Philena, S03 

Harrison, Abigail, S40 
— — Electa, 774 

- Elizabeth Crawford, 622 
Gen. , 330, 387, 560 

— John, et al.. 374, 542 ; 7£ 

- Rollin 11.. 738 
Mart, Delia, 742 

Norn, 867 

Richard M.. 534 



Ephraim, Jr 



954, 9: 

13 1. 



292 



',01 



Index 



1061 



Hart, William, 516 
Harte, ( Thomas 65 so 
Hart, J 

Hartford, Melinda, 504, 71S 
Hartman, Adaline, 427, 600 

— Eliza, 427, 602 

— Nicholas, 600, 602 
Hartshorn, Marv, 493 
Harvey, Averill Clark 10 , 961 

Gordon N. 7 , 551 

Harriet W. (Averill), 3S6 

John, 546 

— John Needham, 3S6, 551 

Lester J Ford, 905, 961 

I Clark 

Mary 7 , 551 

Stimpson, 382 

Harwood, Albert 8 , 599 

Caroline Harriet 8 , 599 

Frank Stowell 9 , 898 

Hiram, 897 

Julia A. 8 , 598 

Lester Marvin 8 , 598 

■ Luther M., 598 

Mahala (Averill) Martin, S97 

Marianne (Bigelow), S97 

Olive S. s , 599 

Peter, 427, 59S 

Samuel s , 59S 

Dr. Watson Herbert, 507, 729, 897 

• Webb, 598 

Wesley Bigelow 9 , S98 

William M. s , 598 

Hasbrook, Louis, 799 
Haskel, Angeline M., 41S, 5S0 
Haskell, Charles 7 , 559 

George, 645 

Sarah Brooks, 459 

— Sarah Jane, 84S 

— Timothy, 387, 559 

— William, 656 

— Capt. William, 5S6 

TT aS , k °i!' [ J°siah, 394 
Haskall, J 

Hasmer, Emma C, 544 

Hassam, John T., 328 

Hassell, John, 63 

Hastie, Nassau, 234 

Hastings, John, 181 

Miss — , 496 

Sarah, 437 

William, 493 

Hatch, Alise 4 , 345 

— Anna S., 420, 590 

Elijah, 292 

Elizabeth ( ), 292 

Ephraim, 292 

Erasmus, 590 

Frank Arthur, 671 

— Gilbert, 292 

Hannah, 630 

John, 244 

John W., 292 

— Capt. Joseph, 292, 993 

— Lvdia. 629 

■ Mrs. , 671 

Rufus, 2S9, 292 

Kuth (Kanouse), 671 

— — Samuel F., 837 

Seth, S92 

Tim, 245 

Hatfield. Richard, 6S 
Hathorn, . John, 458, 652 

John Colburn 8 , 458 

Seth 7 , 457, 45S 

Seth 8 , 458 

Susan Ellen 8 , 458 

Hathorne, Tabitha, 464, 652 



Haverstick, Samuel A., 4S0 
Hawes, Mr. , 673 

Susan, 820 

Hawkes, Alice, 31, 32 

- Mary, 19 

Hawkins, Edward, / „ rQC . om 
Edwin, J D - 5S& > 810 
Hawkins, Paul Lavere, 962 
Hawks, Lottie, 610, 612 
llawlcv, Alonzo, 690 

- Augusta, 690, S79 

- Ira, 354 
Haworth, Rebecca D., 561 
Haycock, John, 563 
Hayden, Ann Maria, 855 

- E. W., 8U0, 958 

- Ethel Valentine 10 , 958 

- Ernest Averill 10 , 958 
Haves, Alice, 737 

- Catherine, S91 

- Elizabeth. 16 

Frank, 614 

Gains , 614 

Walter 9 , 614 

Hayner, Judge Henry L., 772 
Haynes, John P., 443, 622 

Mamie, 696 

- Miss \ 622 

Hayns, Josiah, 243. 244 
Hayward, Abigail ( ), 320, 461 

Amanda, 569 

Anna, 794 

Charles Sumner 8 . 792 

George Napoleon s , 792 

Georgiana Fales 8 , 792 

Henrietta 8 , 792 

- Josiah E. 8 , 792 

Kezia, 491, 702 

- Samuel F., 508, 792 
Samuel Weare 8 , 792 

Haywood, George, 3S5 
Hazen, Col., 307 

- Col. Moses. 993 
Hazzen, Daniel, 250 

Howlet, 250 

Heald, George Wesley*. 433 

John Averill 7 , 433 

- John Eliot 6 , 303, 433 

Laura 8 , 433 

Lucia 8 , 433 

- Marv 8 , 433 

Capt. Timothy, 328, 989 

Healt, Elizabeth, 562 
Hearsev, Solomon, 220 
Heath,' Gen., 372 

Heatlev, Andrew, 234 
Heaton, Capt. David, 296 
Hebard, Adoniram Judson 7 , 428 

Alice Marv 8 , 428 

- Diah 6 , 301, 427 

Diah Alonzo 7 . 427 

- Diah Yolney 7 . 427 

Enoch Byron". 427 

Frederic Schiller 8 , 428 

Rev. George Diah Alonzo 7 , 42S 

George Lockwood 8 , 42S 

Grace Raymond 8 , 42$ 

Laura Malviua". 427 

- Lucy. 427 

Nathaniel 3 , 427 

- Robert 1 . 427 

Robert-. 427 

Roswell 7 , 428 

Samuel Averill 7 , 42S 

Sarah Elvira 7 , 427 
Zebulon 4 , 427 

- Zebulon 5 , 427 



1062 



Averell, Averill, Avery Family 



Hebart, Harceline, 959 
Hedding, Elijah, 418 
Hedge, lihoda. 287, 41:? 
Hedg'es. Betsey Laura 8 , 4S9 

Charles Hiram s , 489 

Emily Clementine*, 489 

Ira Gilbert, 767 

Isaac Sylvester 6 , 48!) 

Jeremiah', 488, 489 

Capt. John Saunders 8 , 489 

- Julius Edmund 8 , 489 

Mary Kinsbury 8 , 489 

Willie 8 , 489 

Helmerhausen, Nancy C, 315, 453 
Helve, Thomas, 14 

Hemenway, Huldah, 347, 490 

Thomas, 490 

Hemingway, Abby M., 250 

- Almira, 542. 763 

Philinda, 514 

Stephen, 703 

Hemmingway, Ebenezer, 923 

Ella, 700, 023 

Hende.-. 1'alrh 4 , 280 

Josiah 3 , 280 

Richard 1 , 280 

Richard 2 , 280 

- Sarah 4 , 160, 280 

Hendley, Mrs. , 536, 750 

Hendrick, William Ransom, 760 
Henica, Frederica Kezia 8 , 703 

George \V.. 491, 703 

Lucy Amelia 8 , 703 

Mary Hulda s , 703 

- Minnie Mabel 8 , 703 
Henry, Juliet Adele, 90s. 005 

Lucy (Allin?), 574 

- Mr. -- -, 282 

- Robert. 398, 400 
Herd, Emily 7 , 560 

George 7 , 560 

- Nehemiah, 3S7, 559 
Hermanse, Eliza, 477 
Herrick, Daniel 6 , 394, 569 

Daniel 7 , 509 

- Israel, 981 

John 7 , 569 

Joseph, 493 

- Judith 7 , 569 

- Lieut. Col., 357, 997 

Marshall , 108 

Nancy 7 , 569 

- Nathan. 235 

Samuel 7 . 500 

Timothy, 133 

Hersey, Miss — - . 858 
Hess, Mary Ann, S93 
Hewitt, Emily, 477, 689 
Hepbourne, I. Robert 38 
Ilevbornc, j 

I Matt, Pearl ( ), 561 

Hicks, Adam, 27 

Edward, 27 

- Ellen (Everell), 27 

- Hugh, ct al., 27 ; 27 

- Man A., 855 

Robert, 27 

- Simeon, 354 
Hicock, Amos, 507 

- Patience, 521 
Higgins, John, 569 

- Polly, 646 
Higginson, Andrew, 1 10 

John, 14U 

John, Jr.. 140 
Higgs, Alice, 689 
Might, Hanson, or;, 

l.izzi,- F., 075 



Ilight. Mary A. (Page), 675 
Hill, Annie [..'■'. 700 

Augusta, 542 

Capt. Ebenezer, 372, 700 

Elizabeth, 312, 442 

James W., 663 

John, 134 

Kate J. 9 , 709 

Luetta May 9 , 709 

Minnie B. 9 , 709 

Timothy B., 708, 709 

Zaac, 238 

Hilssinger, Jacob, 574 
Hilton, Adelia s , 779 

Amos, 779 

Caroline 8 , 1 16 

— ( !arrie A. 8 , 779 

- Delbert 8 , 779 

- Eben', 445 
Eliza 7 , 445 

- Eliza B., 454. 037 

- Elizabeth-', 222, 32S 

- Ellen M. s , 779 

Jacob", et al., 313, 445, 037 ; 035 

James", 445, 440 

James, Jr. s , 446 

John Emery 8 , 446 

John Fremont 8 , 779 

■ John W., 557. 779 

Joseph'"', 221, 32S 

Julia D. 8 , 779 

Mary 7 , 445, 440 

Mary 8 , 440 

- Marv E. 8 , 779 

Marv (Lee), 221, 32S 

- Maud B. s , 779 

- Nancy (Hopkins), 452, 635 

- Patty 7 , 445 

- Ruth 5 , 222, 324, 32S 
- Samuel 3 , 324, 445 

Sarah 6 , 314, 449 

- Sarah 7 , 445, 454, 637 

- Sarah 8 , 446 

- Stephen 7 , 445 

Stilson 4 . 4 45 

Thurston, 321 

William, 103, 147 

William 1 , 324, 445 

William-, 445 

- William 3 , 445 

William 4 . 221, 324. 328 

Hinckley, Charles, 410 

Dana Harrison, Si" 

Frances Augusta, 020 

Hind, Capt. Jacob, 334. 997 
Ilines. Ezra D., 129, 130 

Frances, 721 

Ilinman, Orra, 735 

Hinsdale, David Schuyler, 500 

- Sarah' 1 , 500 
Hinsdell, Ebenezer, 1S1 
Hiscock, Augustus 8 , 631 

- Daniel 8 , 631 

- David, 450, 631 

- Mary 9 , 031 
llislar, Eunice, S51 
Hitchcock, Eunice, 319, 450 

- John, 361 

- Mr. . 74 5 

Ruth, 549 

Hite, Marv, 802 

Hoadlev. Heuel. 374 

Hobart, Betsey, S35 

Hobb, I Abigail, 107, 111 

Hobbs, | 

Hobb, James P.. 592 

Hobbes, Thomas, 83. 98 

Hobbs, Deliverance ( ). 107, 109, 110 



Index 



1063 



109, 110 ; 12' 



208, 210, 220, 221, 222, 



2, 440 



72 



023 
704 



Hobbs, Humphrey, 215 

William, et al., 10 

Hodgdon, Mary, 321 
Hodge, Anna , 322 
Hodge, F.Ihi). See 
Dodge, Eben 
Hodge, Henry, 222 
(apt. James-' 

322, 440 

James", 442 

Margaret 7 , 442 

Mary 6 , 210, 313, 3: 

Mary 7 , 442 

Miss 8 , et al., 

Mr. , 171 

Nancy 6 , 313, 447 

Nancy", 4 42 

Paulina. 454, 636 

— Philena 7 , 442 

Sarah 7 , 442 

Susannah (Averell) 

W., 312 

William 6 , 312. 4 42 

William 7 . 442 

Hodges, Andrew, 63, 69 

Mercv. 140 

Mr. . 59 

Hodgkins, Elizabeth, 6' 

Joseph, 623 

— Patience, 4 44, 
Hodgkinson, Samuel 
Hodsdon, Daniel, 563 

\\ 0C ] Sa }]- \ William, 15, 19 
Hodsoll, \ 

Hoesington, Maj. Joel. See 
Horsing-town, Maj. Joab 
Hoffman, Theodora, 853 
Hogeboom, Catherine. 580 

■ Christina, 578 

Jeremiah. 5S0 

Judge Stephen, 57S 

Hogsett, Rebecca, 513 
Holbrook, Pinckney, 700 
Holcombe, J. M. H., 541 

Minnie. 544 

Holgate, Curtis, 361 
Holland, Lovina, 2S . . 413 

Hollenbeck, I -j,j ss 335 

Hallenbeck, \ 

Hollester, Martha, 780 
Hollidge. Birdie. 793 
Holmes, Abby, 573 

- — ('apt. Benjamin Delone, 626 

David, 237 

Edward, 3 77 

Emma C. 629 

Flora E. 9 . 850 

Francis 7 (1172). 472 

George Ropes, 445, 626 

Harriet L. 9 , S51 

Harrv A. 9 . S50 

Herbert G. 9 , 851 

Hiram, 654. 850 

Jacob 7 (1171). 472 

Capt. John, 629 

Laura, 787 

Lizzie J. 9 . 851 

Luella F. 9 , 850 

Mary 5 , 223. 329 

Mary E-, 514 

Mollie Grace 9 , 925 

Mrs. , et al., 3 ; 392 

Rachel (Averill), 626 

Thaddeus 7 (1170), 472 

W. IL, 320 

William. 780, 925 

William 7 (1169). 472 

Holt, Abigail. 2-!. 397 



322 



980 

979 



Holt, Ada s , 432 

Albert, 431 

Dollv, 306 

Elvin s , 432 

Frank II. \ 432 

Helen, 636 

Capt. Joseph, 979 

Capt. Joseph. Jr., 

Marcv 6 , 2-7. -ill 

Mark 8 , 432 

Mercy, 411 

Nicholas 1 , 4 11 

Nicholas-, 411 

Samuel 8 , 132 

Thomas 3 , 411 

William 4 . 411 

William"'. 41 1 

William 8 , 432 

Homer, Mary, 722 
H 1. Elizabeth, 2:14 

James, 402 

Joanna"', 179, 294 

Nathan. 294 

Sarah. 708 

Hoogstraat, John D.. 7S1 
Hooker. Thomas, et al., ■>■->}_■>-' 
Hopkins, Almira Spencer, 601 
Clara, 702, 915 

Constance, 805 

David, 327 

Frank. 710 

Hannah Jane. 636 

Harriet N., 606 

Polly, 300, 424 

Solomon. 635 

William. 502 

Hoppin. C. A.. Jr., 5. IS, 20, 21, 
-20,, 27, 28, 30, 38, 51, 

Horniss, I. sister, 70 
Harnets, ) 
Horsingtown, I Joab 

Hosw 1. Harriet. 428 

Houdlette, Francis W., 462, 

Herbert Wilson s , 649 

. Marie Reed s , 649 

Wilbur, S41 

William RyrieA 649 

House, Margaret Ann < 80 
Hovev, Abigail (Averell), 1- 
Anne, 115 

_ Dan. 63, 84 

Sargt. John, 11 s 

Joseph. 121 

Mr. . 1 ' :; 

. Nathaniel, Junr., lo9 

. Susannah. 97. 130 

Thomas, Junr.. I-'-' 

How, Elizabeth, et al 172 

Elizabeth (Jackson), 

113, 172 

James, Jr., 108, 1(2 

_ Moses, 493, 705 
Howard, Anna Fisher*, m 2 
_ Carrie Averill . <_•_- 
Emma Frances". , , I 

Harris 8 , 772 

Henry Leslie 8 , i ' '- 

Horatio 8 , 772 

Jacob M.. 663 

James Francis 5 , ■ . - 

.lefferson\ 772 

Jesse B.. 451 

John, et al., 4o 

Martin. 233 
Mr. • 411 

Philip IL. 549, 

Ruth 8 , 772 



24, 25, 



101, 993, 998 



649 



108, HO, HI. 



771 



1064 



Averell, Averill, Avery Family 



Howard, Ruth A. (Averill), 772 

— Susan Fear, 724 
Howe, Abigail, 825 

Benjamin, 588 

Damaris, 306 

Etheldreda, 30 

Hiram E., 852 

■ Jeames, 63 

— John, 236 

Joseph, 74 

Mary Louise, 474, 655, 852 

Thomas, 30 

— Zeruah 4 , 142, 236 
Howes, Augustus, 596 

- Capt. Let.. 995 
Fanny, 425, 596 

Lueinda, 425. 596 

— Wellington M . 850 
Howell. Mr. , 337 

- Mrs. , 336 

Howlett, Hannah (Averell), 131, 

— Capt. John, 122 

John, Jr., 131, 132 

— Mary 3 , 114, 177 

Samuel, S6, 114, 11") 

Sarah, 96, 119 

— Sarah (Clarke), 114, 119 
■ Thomas, 66. 67 

William, 95 

Hovle, Henrv, 908, 964 
Henry 10 , 964 

Mary Jennette 10 , 964 

Susan Averill 1 ". 964 

■ Timothv, 964 

Ho\t. David \\\, 727 
Harry P., 727 

— Hulda, 5ii6, 727 
Rev. James H., S57 

- Julia, 506, 727 

- Ruth ( ), 727 

Samuel, 239, 353 

Hubard, Mr. , 63 

Hubbard, Rev. Ebenezer, 591 

— Elizabeth, 100 

Elizabeth Underwood, 697 

1 1 1 1 ) 1 1 1 >l 1 1 < \ '■'. 1 ! 9 

— Thomas, et al., 240, 354 ; 7 

- William R., 41 U 
Hubbell, Averill W. 1 ". 936 

■ Clara (Averill), 936 

Jabes, 4"7 

William Henrv, 936 

— William R., 936 
Hudson, Sarah. 34 
Huff, Abner'\ 2S7 

— Charles Henrv, 596. 813 

- Charles Llovd 9 , 814 

— Charles Perkins, 813 

— Ebenezer. 288, 414 

■ Ebenezer'', 287 

Elizabeth' 1 , 287 

Fernando 1 , 287 

Flora Howes ( Averill), SI 4 

— Israel' 1 . 287 

James 3 , 164. 287, 288 

James , 287 

— — John , 287 

Keziali. 288 

Lucv 6 , 287 
Ruth , 287 

- Ruth (Averell), 288 

- Sallv, 414. 582 

- Samuel , 287, 2S8 
Sarah , 2*7 
Thomas 2 , 287 

Hughes, John 1'.. 713 
Hull. Lucretia, 600, 602 
Hume, Henrietta, 8C3 



Humfry, John, 66 
Humphrey, Thomas J.. 570 

Rev. W. H., 650 

Hungerford, Anson, 526 

Jennette, 364, 526 
Hunt, lietsey 7 , 458 

— Caroline E., 970 

— David 6 , 316, 458 

— Klisha, 705 

— James 7 , 45S 

— Lemuel, 388 

- Mary 7 , 458 
Miss , 525 

— ('apt. Roswell, 505, 1003 
Sarah, 452, 635 

— Sophronia 7 , 45S 

— Stephen, 635 

- Stuart, 220 

- Susan 7 , 458 

— Capt. Thomas, 319, 320, 9S9 
Hunter. Mary. 210, 311 
Huntington, Bertha Curtis, 917 

Flora Thompson, 665, 857 

Franklin Willis, 857 

- Rev. Lynde, 371 
llunl. Annie Leaurie 9 . 810 

— Charles Albert 9 , S10 

— D. H., 293 

— James Albert 9 . S10 

— James W., 5S8, 810 

— Lizzie Abbv 9 , S10 

Lizzie J., S49 

Hurlburt, Rhoda, 384 
Husscv, Avis Bell s , 786 

— Bethel P. s . 7S6 

— Birdie 8 , 786 
Jennie 8 , 786 

Martha L. s , 

— Mary s , 786 

Norman C. s , 

Quincev Jane s , 785 

Richard S. 7 , 562, 785 

— Richard S. s , 7S6 

— Stella s , 786 

— Thomas J. 1 

Thomas J.' 

Walter 5 *, 786 

Huston, Cornelia Matilda, 434, 604 

Unfair, Ellie, 691 

Hutch. Ira, 109 

Hutchings, Fannv 7 , 54S, 771 

— Henrv 7 , 54S 

— Jane 7 , 54S 

Jesse, 496 

— John C. 7 , 54S 

— Schuvler 7 , 548 

- Thomas 6 , 377, 54S 
Thomas 7 , 548 
William 7 . 54S 

Hutchins, Charles. 389, 390 

— I Edith. 148. 270 
/ Eadeth 

- Enoch, 274 

- Jonathan. 270, 271, 272, 273 

— Judith. 272 

- Mehetable, 273. 274 

— Capt. William, 360, 996 
Hutchinson, Capt., 791 

— Catharine K., 437. 607 

— Col.. 212 

— Daniel. 472, 473 

— Effie May, 585, 809 

- Fannie Parnell, 853 

- Frank. 710 

— Hannah. 428 

— James. 193, 306 

- John W., 496 

- Jonas, 607 



786 

786 



785 
786 



Index 



1065 



Hutchinson, Manly Ashford, S09 

Mary F., 634 

Mr. , 358, 510 

Nancy, 720 

Rachel, 438 

— Rosetta 7 , 513 

— S. K„ 762 
Hutchison, Effie M., 5S5 
Huzzy, Hannah, 619 

Hyde, Andrew Brown , 401, 5,1. 5"i 

— David, 571 

Frederick, 571 

Imperial, Alice Emma, SS5 
[ngalls, Eliza. 797 

Elizabeth, 770 

Capt. Henry. 192 

Ingals, Lemuel, 281 
Engersoll, Benjamin 5 , 275 
Ingersol, Joel', 153, 275 
Ingersoll, Joel 5 , 275 

Jonathan", 275 

Lieut. Nathaniel, 10S, 109 

— Samuel, 150 

Samuel 5 , 275 

Ingraham, Agnes, 045 
— — Job, 365 

Ingram, Mary ( ), 805 

— Marv Adelia, 5S1, 851 

— Robert. 805 

Imnan, Nancy Armina, SS0 
Isham, Edison 8 , 728 

Ernest. 72.S 

— Eugene 8 , 72S 

Jackson, 507, 72S 

Isom, Cynthia. 922 
Ives. George W.. 740 

Sarah Amelia, 740 

Jack, Sarah ( ), 3S7. 500 

Jackman, Edward Avery 10 , 947 

Harold Edward, 855. 947 

William Avery 10 , 947 

William Harry, 947 

Jackson, Abigail 5 , 172 

— Anna"', 172 

Caleb 3 , 171, 172 

Caleb 4 , 118, 119, 171 

Elizabeth (How), 171, 172 

Elmira, 404, 652 

Esther. 656 

— Hannah. 73, SO 

Col. Henry. 319, 320, 9S9 

James 5 , 172 

Joan, 10S 

I John, 59, 03, 69, 80 

I Jo. 

John, SO 

Widow Katheryne, 04, 09, SO 

Laura A., 515 

Maria, 477, 090 

Marv 5 , 172 

Marv (Averill), 171 

Marv E., 515 

Nellie, 83S 

Nicholas, 172 

— Lieut. Richard Harrison. 77, 

Samuel, et al.. 202, 203 ; 052 

Samuel, Jr., 326 

Sarah (Riley), 172 

Thomas, 838 

William, 10S. 172 

Jacobs, Abigail 4 , 227 

George-, 110. 227 

John 3 , 227 

Mr. , S07 

Jacques, Livingstone, 699 

Mr. , 699 

Rev. Richard. 394 

Jaggard, Edwin James, 041, S45 



Jameson, Alexander, 502, 717 

- Rev. E. O., 44, 45, so, 117, 741, 905 

- Eleanor, 315, 152 
Emily Sophia 8 , 717 

- Marv Rosetta 8 , 717 

- Wealth)' \tm\ 717 
Janenma, Benjamin, 200 
Janes, Bathanv, 126 
Jefferv, Elmor Robert, 811 
Jeffries, David, 205, 218 
Jeffry, Betsey, 11 1, 582 
Jenkins, Edgar, 755, 757 

Fled A., 0-1 

Jane, 420, 597 

Lydia, 722 

- Walworth''. .55. 757 
Jinks. Eliza Rogers, 704 

George Foster, 7o4 
Jennings, Alice L. 9 , 77o 

- Emma May 9 , 77o 
Harold W.. 770 
Helen Esther , 77o 
Jnse|>h, 77n 

- Joseph, Jr. 9 , 770 
Jerome, Leonard, 3S3 

Jervis, Rev. Kasimir Pulaski, 703 

Sara Jessiea. 7o:: 

Jewett, Benjamin, 418 

- Eliza (Wild), 450, 032 
Elizabeth, 471, 077 
Glenn, 220 

- Harriet, 471, 679 

- Harriette 9 , 007 

Helen L. A. (Wilde), 097 

- Israel K., 470 

John, 077, 070 

Lydia, 445 

- Oliver. 697 

Rebecca''. 007 

William M., 697 

Johnson, Albert F. s , 775 

\nio-c. 521 

Angeline A., 405 

Anna'. 104. 300, 4 41 

Betsey, 304, 521 

- Daniel, 138 

Daniel, Jr., 307, 43S 

Daniel Coffin, 330, 471 

Eleazer A. 7 , 471 

- Elizabeth (Morgan), 177. 201 
Francis A.\ 775 

- Hannah 8 . 592 

- Hiram A.. 439 

Isaac "Newton" 7 , 438 

J. II.. 700 

James, et al.. 300; 554, 775 

John, et al.. 228; 421. 422, 592 

John French s , 471 

Louise May'". 775 

- Maria J. (Averill). 555 

- Marv. 048 

Mr. , 210 

- Lieut. Moses. 005 

Nabbv ( ). 359 

Sally, 441 

Col. Samuel, 990 

Rev. Samuel. 020 

Sherman. 551 

Stephen, 291 

Stephen. Jr., 291 

Susan. 207 

Thomas, 232 

Thomas Payne, 779 

Timothv. 359 

Johnston, Lulu Evelyn, oos 

William Henry, 90s 

Joice, Horace, 388 



1066 



Averell, Ave rill, Avery Family 



Jollife, Jno., 07 
Jones, Amos, 206 

Annie, 604 

Benjamin, 114 

Charles 8 , 604 

Charles Alonzo 9 , 803 

Daniel, 354 

— Elizabeth (Wilde), 114 

— George, et al., 5S1, S03 ; SS6 

— George Holland 9 , 803 

— Jefferson, 435, 004 

Jennie M., 305 

Jennie M. s , 604 

— Joel, 502 
John, 29 

John C., 7S7 

— John H., 743 

Julius A., 624 

Maria, 853 

— Mary, 350, 502 

— Capt. Matthias 85 , 425, 426, 1003 

Nellie Florence, 899 

Plummer, 710 

— Rebecca, 710, 8SG 

— Sarah, 392 

Sarah E., 525, 743 

Seviah, S86 

Solomon, 710 

— Stephen, 392, 7S7 

Temperance, 540, 709 

Theodore, 392 

— Thomas, 16 

William, 321 

William B., 490 

Jonson, Mr. , 233 

Jordan, Eliza, 612 

— Elizabeth, 614 

— Francis, 66 

Georgia, 614 

Melatiah, 392 

Stephen, 63 

Joslin, Hattie S., 477, 090 

Jowett, Joseph, 79 

Joy, Emma Augusta, 581, S04 

— Gridley, S04 

Jovce, Cordelia (McAllaster), 499 

— John, 499, 501 

Judd, B. Franklin 8 , 509, 729 

— Charles A., 729 

— Michael D., 729 
Miss s , 729 

— Roselinda I. s , 729 

— Silence Triphena (Leonard), 729 
Judith, Sister, 76 

Judkins, Ernestine, 43S, 609 

John, 009 

Judson, Elizabeth E., 583 

— Michael, 359 
Julian, Jane Briggs, 729 
Kallah, Mary P., 658, 855 

— William F., 855 
Kanouse, Eva (Welch), 671 

— John B., 670, 671 

- Kutli Maud''. 671 
Kathan, Ethel A. 1 ". 936 

- Fred II., S12, 936 

Levi, 936 

Kearswell, Sarah, 389, 391, 563 
Keating, Daniel M., sol. 958 

— Marian Frances 10 , 05!) 
[veeler, Laura, 737 

Sarah, 743 
Keith, Albert, 813 
Anna, 364, "125 
Charlotte K., 596, 813 

Clinton, 883 

- (apt. David, 310 

Lewis, 883 



Keith, Roswell, 525 

Kelley, Christine Putnam 10 , S80 

John, 836 

j Lydia Jane, 627, S36 

I Lizzie 
■ Mary E., 844 

- Nellie, 627, 836 

- Dr. Seth Wight, 889 
Kellock, Marv P. See 
Kallah, Marv' P. 

Kellogg, Augusta 10 , 963, 90 1 

- Charles R., 890, 958 

- Dorothy, 363 

■ George Averill 11 , 963 

- George Casper 10 , 963 
Henry Theodore 10 , 963 

- Kenneth Lee 1 ", 958 

- Lorenzo, 963 

- Lucia, 535, 752 

- Mildred Ruth 10 , 95S 

- Ralph Averill 10 , 963 

- Ralph Mackenzie 11 , 963 

- Raymond Roswold 10 , 95S 
Rob< it Olvphant 11 , 963 

- Susan Elizabeth (Averill), 963 

- Sylvester Alonzo, 907, 963 

- Warren Averill 10 , 95S 
Kelly, John, 565 

- Martha, 567 

Kelsey, Darwin Needham. 926 
-Prof. Frederic K. Willis, 926 

■ Rosetta Cezanne, 815 

Kelso, Mr. , 493, 494 

Kendal, Abigail, 626 

Kendall, Asa Frank 8 , 713, 714 

- Charles 9 , 713 

- Charles Louis s , 712, 713 

- Edna May 9 , 713 

Emma 9 , 713 

— - Estelle Electa 9 , 713 
Frances 9 , 714 

- Frederick 9 , et al., 713 ; 714 

— Frederick Augustus 7 , 49S, 712 
Frederick Augustus, Jr. 8 , 712, 713 

George 8 , 712, 713 

Gertrude Marion 11 , 713 

Henry 8 , 712 

- Ilumfry, 26 

— Jessie 9 , 714 

— Lucy L.\ 713 

— Marian 9 , 714 

— Marv E.( a ) s , 712 

— Mary E.( b ) 8 , 713 

— Mary ere, 167 

— Nettie 9 , 714 

— Selina 9 ( ?), 713 

— Selina A.( a ) 8 , 712 

— Selina A.(») 8 , 712 

— Silena (Averill),. 497 

— Wallace 9 , 714 
Keniston, Frances, 471 
Kennedy, Elizabeth, 701 

— James, 7 70 

- Martha, 630 

— Mr. , 322 

— William, 030 
Kenney, Archelaus, 222, 322 

— Daniel' 1 , 211, 223, 224 
Dolly (Russell). 723 

— Isaac, 212 

— Israel, 224 

— Jesse , 322 

!;;::: ! *«* ^ ^> »« 

Kenney, Molly , 322 
Kent, Chancellor, 756 

- Hannah. 756 
Lucy Ann, 934 



Index 



1067 



Kent, Richard, 67 
Kenvon, Daisy 9 , 924 
E. II., 771, 924 

Frank A. 9 , 924 

Howard Charles' 1 , 931 

Xathaniel, 931 

Rexford Harold, 793 

Kerr. Fred E., 812 
Ketcham, Edw., 59 
Ketchum, Joseph, Jr., 536 

— Polly, 370, 536 

Kettle, Judge , 885 

Keves, Mabel K.. 614 
— - Mart L., 614 
Keys, Wesley. 763 
Kezar, Mary, 591 

Kibbee, Christabel, 301, 426 
Kidder, Benjamin, 312, 445 
- Laura 7 , 44."> 

Prescott, 445 

Richard 7 , 4 45 

Susan, 907 

Thomas 7 , 445 

Kilbourne, Benjamin, i 26 

— Ella Rowena 8 , 694 

George, 694 

Guy, 478, 694 

Roxy Ann, 506, 726 

Killmaster, Rachel S., 859 
Kimball, Arthur Edwin", 930 

Catherine, 288 

— Clarence Merville 9 , 930 

— Edwin Abbott, 793, 930 

John, 65 

Katherine, 41 1. 582 

Nathaniel, 203 

Pearl, 930 

Philema Perris, 581, S03 

William. 803 

Kimberly, Abigail, 766 
Kimble, Richard, 59 
Kimmel, Rev. VV. \\ '.. 955 
Kincaid, Caroline, 468, 672 

Louisa B., 852 

Kindall, Mattie, 479, 696 

Thomas. 696 

King, Augustus, 940 

Caroline, 0st> 

Gov., 680 

John. 229 

Lydia, 354 

Rebecca May, 827, 940 

Kingdom Ella L., 673 
Kingsbury, Ebenezer, 281 

John, 221 

Susan Maria. 8.37 

Kingsley, Dolly (Averill), 290 

— Jabez, 290 

Kinne, Abigail (Averill). 256, 

Amos, 233 

Stephen, 146, 256, 266 

Kinnev, Josiah, 289 

Ralph Parsons, 831, 942 

Sarah A., 766 

Deacon Thomas. 290 

Willard Averill 10 , 942 

Kinsman, Robert, 58, Ii4. us 

Robert, Jim., 63 

Kissc, Elizabeth, 26 

Helen. 26 

John. 26 

Klock, Catherine Amelia, 592, I 

Peter G., 811 

Knapp, Addie (Averill), 5u9 

Bertram! L. 1 ", 941 

Cornelia Frances, 657, 85! 

Elijah Russell, 853 

Elizabeth J., 524 



Knapp, Emeline Eliza' 1 , 7!»9 
— Frank Xorris 10 , 941 

— Herbert L.. 829, 941 
James < leiirgf", , '.)!) 

Joseph Moss 9 , 799 
Lvdia 9 , 799 

— Mary (Averell), 799 

— Mary Averell 1 '. 799 

— Merton K.'". 94 l 

- - Philip S.. 782 

Thomas, 799 

- Thomas Loomis, 577, 799 

£ ne ? 1 *5 d ' [-'hilip, 190 
JNealand, ) ' ' 

Kneeland, I .. „ , , on ,,,,, •,,-,,, 
v, , , , Sarah, 12... l!m, .>()0 
Nealand, \ 

Knevals. Caleb B., 71!) 

Knickbackr, Jno, 334 

Knickboekr, Tin., 238 

Knight, Alexander, 5s, 59 

— Alzina, 458 

Benjamin, 201 

— Cornelia. 807 

— Joseph, 201, 615 

— Joseph W„ 440 

- Mr. , 214 

Knights, Bessie 9 , 610 

- Charles 8 , 615 
Edwin s , 615 

Fay 9 , 615, 616 

■ Hazel 9 , 615 

Homer 9 , 015 

- Horace 8 , 615. 616 

- Joseph W. 9 , 61 5 
Leona 8 , 615 

- Louisa'', 615 

- Madge''. 615 

Milton 9 , 615 

True 9 , 615 

- Vaughan 9 , 616 
Knolton, Thomas, 63 
Knowles, Albert, 684 
Knowlton, Sarah. 594 

Svlvia, 594 

Knox, Elizabeth J.. 471, 078 

George M.. 851 
Kuhn, George, 650 
Lack, Walter. 560, 785 
La Croix, Gen. Jules, 959 

- Jules'-'. 959 

La Crosse, Jules 3 , 959 

Virginia B., 894, 959 

Ladd, Persis, 735 

La Favette, Gen., 372 
Laidlev, Jane Averell 9 . 802 

Jane Webb (Averell), 802 

■ John, S02 

Col. Theodore T. S.. 580, S02 

Laird, Mary Ann. 798 

Lake. Anna Ilobbs, 811 

Henry, 114 

Mr. , 5S1 

Nettie, 971 

Priscilla (Wilde). 114 

Lamb, Lieut. Thomas, 989 

W. J. S.. 330 
Lambert, Mary, 34S 

Robert. 196 

Lammon, .lame-. 285 

Mary, 285 

Moses. 285 

Lamphere, Miss — — , 705, 882 
Lampson. John, 4 i '< 

William. 495 

Lamson, Eunice, 332, 475 
\anev Esther. 708, 886 

- William, 886 
Lanador, Almira, 478 



1068 



Aver ell, Aver ill, Avery Family 



Lane-, Daniel. 417, 41s 

- Henry (lark, 185, 186, 422, 423 
Lang. Bethiah T., S15 

Martha (Clark), 225 

Mehitable, 791 

Langdell, Eunice B. s , GOO 

Ezra, 605 

- Helen Marr 8 , COO 

James A. 5 , 006 

Jennie A. s , 600 

— Lucy (Averill), 605 

— IMiekah ( ). 005 

Stephen Chapin, 436, 605 

Langdon, Capt., 320, 989 

Emma, 673, 873 

— <;..\., oho 

— Nancy, 3S4 
Lange, Andrew 5 , 225 
Langham, Laura, 914 
Lanier, diaries. 719 
Lanphere, Hamilton 7 , 547 

James Melvin\ 547 

John 8 , 547 

Julia Deidamia 8 , 547 

Lapens, William, 384 
Larabee, George A., 009, 827 
Lamed, Bathsheba 4 , 2S0 

— Benoni 3 , 2S0 

Poor-, 280 

— William 1 . 2S0 
Larrabee, Charles 9 , S27 

— Clifford 9 , S27 

- John Asa , 827 

— Theo H. 9 , 827 
Larson. Laura. 784 
Lasby, Anna M., 562 
Lascar, Ferdinand, 934 

— Minnie, 804, 93 I 
Lassell, Jeremiah, 170 
Latham, Louis M., 922 
Lathrop, Leonard E., 745, 740 

— May, 826 

Laurence. Capt. Franklin, 459, 641 

Henry, 15 

Laurens, Jean Paul, 948 
Lawrence, Albert F.\ 553 

Agnes E., 896 

— Ann Eliza 7 , 552 

Anna Averell 9 , 04'J 

— Anna Bradford 8 , 041 

- Avis Mae", 971 
Bessie E. s , 554 

— Cynthia J. 7 , 553 

— David, 457 

— Dorothy Adela 11 , 972 

— Edmund, 775 
Edward, 041 

— Edward Wells 8 , 641, G42 
Ella F. 8 , 553 

Eusebius, 3S6. 551, 552, 775 

— Frances M. 7 . 553, 554 

— Frank M.\ 553 
George, 388 
Georgia \\\. 929, 970 

- Grace H.\ 553 

— Helen', 552 

Ira ('., 953, 972 

Irene Hazel", 972 

James A. 8 , 553 
James Averell 8 , 642 
Joab, 553 
Leona Merle 11 . 972 
Leslie W., 953, 97 I 

— Letctia 7 . 552 
Marx K. 7 , 553 
Man K.\ .-,;,:; 
Mm hael, 38 

Mina J., 784 



Lawrence, Peter, 551 

— Peter D. 7 , 5.38 

— Robert Bruce 7 , 55:;. 55 1 

Robert Lvnch s , 554 

Sally, 551 

Sarah Esther 11 , 972 

Warren L., 972 

Wells Eugene 7 , 553 

— Zalmon Bigelow, 3SG, 551 
Lawson, Elmira, 433. 603 

— Henry, et al., 602 ; 603 
Law-ton, Lucinda. See 
Barber, Lucinda (Lawson) 
Lazell, Theodore Studley, 2SS 
Leach, John. 201, 214. 218 
Leadbeater, Samuel, 710, 887 

— William'- 1 , SS7 
Leathers, J Thelda, 615, 016 

[ Theda 
Leavitt. Abigail ( ), 875 

— Alma 7 , 437 

Amos, 875 

Andrew , 437, 496 

— Henry 7 , 4:! 7 

— John 6 , 307, 437 

John 7 , 4M 7 

Margaret, 439 

— Martha J., 67S, 875 

— Mary 6 , 496, SSS 

Nancy 7 , 437 

— Sarah, 350, 490 
Leavor, Seymour, 439 
Leddell, Henry, 979 
Lee, Charles, 868 

— Ellen C, 669, 868 

— John, 63 

John, Sr., 221 

Mary 4 , 324, 328 

- Mary Criss, 515, 516 

— Mary M., 308, 440 

— Nathan, 440 

— Silas, 312 

— Thomas, 63 
Leech, John, 563 

Leibenberg, Henry Schoppe 10 , 941 

— Herman, 831, 941 

— Mary Averill 10 , 941 
Leighton, Abbie Ann, 946 

Albert Wright 9 , 837 

Angelia 9 , 837 

Edward Chase 9 , 837 

— Ella Augusta 9 , S3 7 

Enos 9 , 836 

— Jane, 472 

— Joseph, 027, S36 

Joseph, Jr., 627, 836 

Nora Arietta 9 , 837 

■ Sarah Ann T. (Averill), 836 

Leland, Nancy Jane, 594 
Lenard. James, 240 
Lenerd. Samuel, 135 
Leonard, Charles K., 957 

— Ebenezer, 136 

— Edith M., SSS. 957 
Etta Vida, 634 

George. 95 

— James. 180 

John 1 ', 729 

— Jonas, 420 

— Moses 3 , 729 

- Moses 4 , 729 
■ Moses' ; , 729 

Samuel", 729 

— Silence Triphena, 729 

— Solomon 1 , 729 

- William, 180 
Lester, Nicholas, 384 
Levain, Rev. Joseph, 223 



Index 



1069 



Leve, Michal, 196 
Levings, Catherine, 771 
Lewis, Annie Augustus 10 , 944 
Carolyn Cordelia 8 , 502 

— Chanler, 944 

Charles, Jr., 499, ,301 

Charles Francis 8 , 502 

Elizabeth, 4.37 

Emeline, S73 

Frederic Hutchins, 838, 944 

Harry, 940 

Helen ( ), Oil 

Henry Chanler 1 ", nil 

Henry Newman 1 , 502 

— Lizzie, 633, 841 

Martin, 354 

— Mercv, 107 

Mildred Nash 1 ". 1)1 I 

— Ray Ardron, 940 

Ruth Scott 1 ", 044 

Timothv, 15.34 

Wilder "Perry 10 , 044 

Leyman, Rev. Isaac, '270 
Libbv, Calvin, 929 

— Effie 9 , 930 

- Eleanor, 564 

Helen Priscilla 9 , 930 

- Hiram Alexes, 703, 020 

— Capt. Joseph, 990 
Susan, 631 

Light, Samuel, 320 
Lilly, Alida V.. 003. ssn 

Clementine Elexene (Averill), 618 

— David V., SS0 

— Herbert L., 618 

— Mrs. Herbert L., 441 

Lincoln, President Abraham, 701, 74S 

- Anna May, 701 

— Lydia, 625 
Lind, Jennie, 496 
Lindsley, Harry, 541 
Linekin, Capt. Alden, 631 



Lines, 

Lyndes 

Lines, 

Lyndes 

Lining 



Loisa (Averill ), 382 



Mi 



I 

J 

Mr. . ooo 

Linkon, Josiah, ISO, 1S1 

- Th.. mas. 3rd. 180 
Linnscott, Hannah M., (3.35 

— Linscott, Eva A., 94:3 

Samuel, S51 

Linsley, Betsey, .342 

Emily, 705 

— Thankful, 374, 542 
Linton, Raymond Aaron, S71 
Littel, Job," 234 

Little, Rev. Jacob, 400 

Julia, 474 

Col. Moses, 27, . ool 

Nancy, 438. 610 

Littlefleld, Daniel. 04 

Edmund, 168 

Francis, Sr., 99, lot 

Jeremiah, Junr., 390, 391 

Joseph, 16S 

May Chilton, 930 

— Mercv Ann. 407, 0.37 

— Mr. . S49 

Samuel, 200 

Step \\m, o.37 
Livermore, Abiel, 310 
Lloyd, Byneld, 182 

Richard, 39 

— Thomas, 26 

Lock, Diantha (Parlin), 470, 0,70 

■ Leonard, 670 

Locke, Gerry, 952 



Locke, J. S., 887 
Lockwood, VVakeman, 548 
Loe, Alpheus Kingsley, 620 
Lombard, Cornelius, 440 
Long, Col. Commandant, 370 
Martha Hotchkiss, 703 

Sarah, 000 

Longfellow, II. m\ W.. 832 
Jonathan, 30:; 

Nathan. 566 

Look, Almond Rodolphus s , 778 
— < hapman, 778 
< ora Belle 8 , 77S 

- Ella Maria 8 , 778 
Floyd Alfred', 778 

- Frank Simeon 8 , 778 

- Martha Jane 8 , 778 
Mary I.la s , 778 
Nancy Gilbert, SOS 
Rodolphus, .3.37, 778 

- William Mahlon 8 , 77S 
Loomis, Dr. Alberl J., 765 

- Daniel , 282 

- Dyer. 300 

- Elizabeth , 282 

Elon 7 , 423 

- John, 159, LOO, 282 

- Jonathan , 282 

- Joseph W., 57.3 
Josiah, 22s 

- Polly, 300, 425 

- Randolph, 500 

- Ruth 6 , 282 

- Silas. 300, 123 
Solomon, 510 

- Thomas. 570 

- William , 282 
Lord. Eliza, 619, S30 

Henrv W., 663 

- Ri v. Hezekiah, I 16, 174, 241 
— James, 289, 290 

Man. 314, 152 

- Mr. . et al., 202 : S30 

Robert, el al., 63, 69, 72. so, 12:; ; 113 
Loring, Rev. Bailey, 351, 504 
Lothrop, Aubrei G., 672, 372 

- Clvde 9 , 872 

- Theodore A. 9 , 872 
Lounsbury, Gov. George E., 00;; 
Love, Kendal] A. 11 . 07 1 

- Nobel S., 0.70. 07 1 
Lovejov, Anna'', 301 

\nn.t (Averell), 187, 304, 424 
Charles 7 , 405, 570 
Charli s A. 8 , -.70 

- I Charles. Foster, 9 , 770 
I Carl 

Frederick. -3 1 

- Helen Margaret 9 , -777 
Isaac \\.rill". 304 

Julia Ann. 688 

- Marv Emerson 9 , 7, 7 
Merci i 1. 100. 296 

- Miriam , 304 
Miss — , 12 1 

Capt. Nathaniel, 000 

Peter 5 , is::. 1-7. loo, 290, 303 

Peter Cornell , 304 

- Samuel, 29S 

Thank fill 1 '. 304 

Loverell. Col., 00 ! 

Lovering, Hannah ( Averell), 1 , S 

John 5 , 17- 

Lovewell, ( apl .. 309 
Low, Catherine, 105 

- Dr. Frank Samui I. 062 

- Kate Newell, 907, 002 
Thomas, 01 



1070 



Averell, Averill, Avery Family 



Low, William, G31 
Lowe, Walter, 691 
Lowell, Abbie L., S50, 945 

Asa 9 , 841 

Capt., 307 

— Caroline (Averell), 630 

Carrie Belle 9 , 841 

Col. , 492 

Elisha Dodge, 945 

Flora 9 , 841 

J. A., 790 

Julia A. 8 , S41 

Pre?. Lawrence, S41 

Leah S., 440, 614 

Marv Jane 9 , S41 

Nellie 9 , 841 

Samuel, 841 

Samuel T., 630, 841 

Samuel Truxton 9 , S41 

— Thomas, 614 
Loweree. Sarah Ford, 537 

William II., 537 

Lowering', William, 196 
Lowry, James. 935 
Lurlden, Anna May 8 , 613 

Clarence Eugene 8 , 613 

John B., 613 

John E.. 440 

John Emerson. 613 

Louis Emerson \ 013 

Lucy Ella*, 613 

Sewell Roscoe s , 613 

Susan (Averill), 613 

Ludg-ate. John, 151 
Luedtke. Minnie, S90 
Luett, Simon, 170 
Lufkin, I 
Lovekin, J 
Lufkin. Lois, 722 

Marv, 103 

Sarah, 100. 101, 2 

— Thomas. 102, 103 

William, 10-2 

Lumpkin, I Richard 5S 

Lumkin, \ 

Lnnt. Abigail ( ). 450 

— Joshua, 451 

— Margaret, 314. 450 

— William. 450 
Luther. Lvdia, S84 
Lydick. Harriet. 929 
Lyford, John, 38 
Lvman. Capt. -, 421 

- — Rev. Isaac. 393 

- Joseph, 354 

— Susannah, 298, 421 
Lviii.n. Elias, 240 
Lynch, Hattie, 553, 554 
Lvnde, Simon, 74 
Lyon, Abiel, 396 

— Arthur John 9 

- Caleb, 397 

- Frank Baker 9 , 

— Franklin, S06 

— Rev. James. 391 

Jerusha (Dresser), Averell, 397 

— John Franklin, 581, S06 
Capt. Matthew, 357. 997 

- Roswell, 397 

Lyons, Capt. , 293 

Maccabe, Jane J.,