|Kevin Avery (#47024642)|
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If you know of any one memorialized here who served aboard the USS Melvin DD-680 in the Pacific Theatre during WW II, please let me know.|
I'm a transplanted New Englander. My parents are Paul Oscar Avery(1921-2003) and Betty Wheaton Avery(1925-1992). My mom's and aunt's interest in family history was passed to me. I have been doing family history research for over 25 years, most of which has been in Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Maine.
I am retired, and live in The Villages, Florida, and would be happy to find and photograph cemetery stones of your friends or family in the Sumter - Lake - Marion County area.
If you find some pictures or monuments I haven't included, I'd love to hear from you when you post them. And corrections or additions to my postings are welcome. All suggestions are responded to within 48 hours unless I am out of town. If you supply me with additional information, I will always research and double check it before posting it to a memorial. There is simply too much inaccurate information out there. Please do not use the edit feature for 17th century memorials. Consideration of updates to these memorials requires correspondence with specific documentation.
I have completed projects on all cemeteries in Hawley, Buckland, Colrain, and Charlemont, Massachusetts. And another in Sears Cemetery in Barnstable County. Current projects include the Jenks Family in Rhode Island, the Groton Avery Family, and Shelburne, Franklin Co, Mass cemeteries. If any of my entries connects to your ancestors, let me know.
Memorials I have added in the last 7 days.
Memorials I have added in the last 30 days.
If I have not added any memorials in the last 30 days, I am very likely dead... contact Find A Grave.
Please use the EDIT button on the memorial to initiate correspondence and recommend updates. I am no longer able to respond to emails that do not provide quick and easy access to the memorial in question. Also, if your e-mail is not provided on your profile page, I won't be able to respond to you if a response is needed. The public messages are not appropriate for back and forth discussion. And, if you have no email, I will not process edits until you provide source data.
There are so many "orphan" memorials here on Find-A-Grave, many of which have been posted en masse and then forgotten. So many need identification and linking so we know who they were! After posting a memorial, please take the time to research, identify, and link the memorial properly..... it will go along way toward further establishing the credibility of this site.
Regarding transfers outside guidelines..... I will consider transfer to those who have a proven track record of collaboration on FindAGrave.
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|George Kellogg||RE: Mary Winchester Sherman|
Mary is my 3GGM through Sherman.
I'm sorry. The date is in error. Ancestry had a date with a reference. It came from a Mass. paper about a Mrs. Mary dying but in Rhode Island.
Please disregard change. Again, my apologies.
|rebecca pressler||RE: Ebenezer Rockwood and Abiagil Hartwell|
I am glad it was of some help.
|NCFP||RE: Avery Family|
Thank you for the fast reply! The Isaac Avery who died in 1821 and has a will from 1822 that states he is of Montville is my 5x great grandfather. He married 1st Amelia Willoughby and had John, Charles (mine), Melinda, David and Bliss. He married second Abigail Minard with whom he had Elizabeth. Abigail is the widow who receives the widow dower in the will. The creditors in the will list a Charles Avery (his son but not listed that way) and William Hammond (who married Isaac's daughter Melinda Avery) and they sign as creditors accepting .75 on the dollar for what they are owed from the estate. Re: Isaac and Amelia's children, Bliss died young from the bite of a mad dog, John is known to have moved to New York, Charles stayed in Montville, Melinda married William Hammond and I have not found what happened to David. Charles married first Charlotte Lamb and had Mary Ann Avery who married another William Hammond. He married second Parthena Ford daughter of Joseph Ford and Rebecca Bradford. They had Emily (married Uriah Gardner), Charlotte (married a Lathrop), Rachel (mine), Hannah (married a Palmer), Jennett (married a Bailey) , Lucy (married a Ray) and Harriett (married a Gallup) all proven by probate records of Parthena Avery and Charles Avery. He married third Caroline Lathrop and had more children. Rachel Avery married first George R Brown and second Russell Vergasson. Rachel and George's son Wesley is my great great grandfather. All proven by probate, vital records of birth, marriage and death and census corroborating the the other primary sources and the one jug book that gave me the name of his father. This jug book looks pretty reliable. The person giving the information naming Charles' father as Isaac is a son of Charles from his 3rd wife Caroline Lathrop. That part of the line is not a problem. It is getting past Isaac and finding out who his father is. It has to be one of the Avery clan that moved to northern New London now Montville but I can not find any records to point me in the right direction other than what I have told you.
Added by NCFP on Jun 06, 2017 11:12 AM
|NCFP||Groton Avery Clan|
HI Kevin. I too am a transplanted New Englander who used to live in Central Florida and now in Texas. I have Avery ancestors that I can not connect to Christopher/James Avery yet. The furthest I can go back with Primary source records is Charles Avery born ca. 1786 in Montville, Ct. The only source I have found for his father is a History of New London County "jug book" that lists his father as Isaac Avery (who married Amelia Willoughby) and died in 1822- not the Isaac Avery that died in 1812. My Isaac Avery was probably born around 1744 in or around Montville or the North Parish of New London as it would have been know at that time. Do you have any information on that Isaac Avery and who is father may be?
Added by NCFP on Jun 05, 2017 6:26 PM
|Tim Gosselin||RE: Hannah Cowles|
Please check out this URL.
|msimonds||RE: Elizabeth Duprey et al|
You have done a very thorough job at this cemetery. I enjoy going there to photograph the stones. As I continue I will transfer any new ones to you. I am looking at several Purinton; Puringrton and Purringrton names on stones. It looks confusing. I will tread carefully.
Added by msimonds on May 21, 2017 4:32 PM
|Geo Clinton||Isabella Newton|
Thanks for your suggestion. I have taken your advice. Geo
|Cheshire||Edwin Miner #171082026|
Thank you Kevin for the info for Edwin!
Added by Cheshire on May 11, 2017 3:46 AM
|Patricia Kinzie||RE: Death Date for Sarah Bowen Fuller.|
Thanks. I looked up the article and it does indeed say that, however, I don't have access to the original records so I can't verify.
|Ace||Addison Avery at Forest Home Cemetery|
Hi! I fulfilled several photo requests for you back in February. I was recently by his monument, and I noticed that I missed telling you about three other burials.
1. Harold C. Avery
2. Flora L. Avery
3. Anthony E. Avery
Again, there were no dates on this stone, which is the backside of the one I previously photographed. If you add photo requests for them, I will post the photos that I took. I apologize for missing these the first time I was there.
Added by Ace on May 01, 2017 2:28 AM
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