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Nathan Avery
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Birth: Mar. 31, 1759
New London County
Connecticut, USA
Death: Jan. 16, 1841
Orange County
Vermont, USA

History of Newbury, Vermont notes this internment as a Revolutionary Soldier.

He is the son of Simeon and Sarah (Niles) Avery

Nathan Avery was in Capt. Edward Mott's company, 1776; was in the
battle of White Plains; was discharged at New Castle, late in 1776; served three months in 1779, at Fort Trumbull; served two tours of three months each, terminating at Fort Griswold, Sept. 6, 1781; applied, June, 1832, for a pension which was granted (Pension Bureau Records, & Conn. Men in the Revolution, 617). He was a farmer, and lived at Fairlee VT and Orford, NH, and at Newbury, Vt.

- The Groton Avery clan compiled by Elroy McKendree Avery and Catherine Hitchcock Tilden Avery (1912)
Family links: 
  Simeon Avery (1730 - 1790)
  Sarah Niles Avery (1732 - 1783)
  Anna Ayers Avery (1758 - 1840)*
  Infant Twins Avery (1783 - 1783)*
  Sarah Ayers Avery (1783 - 1814)*
  Nathan Avery (1759 - 1841)
  Jesse Avery (1771 - 1824)*
*Calculated relationship
Oxbow Cemetery
Orange County
Vermont, USA
Created by: Robin Parker
Record added: Jan 19, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 33068325
Nathan Avery
Added by: Donna Bickel
Nathan Avery
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Added by: Bill McKern
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DAR Ancestor #: A003999Service: CONNECTICUT Rank: PRIVATEService Description: 1) CAPT. MOTT
- tcd
 Added: Dec. 28, 2013

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