Author: Samuel Putnam Avery
Title: The Avery, Fairchild & Park families of Massachusetts, Connecticut & Rhode Island, with a short narration of facts concerning Mr. Richard Warren, Mayflower passenger, and his family connections with T
Publisher: Hartford, conn.
Subject (keywords, tags): Avery family; Fairchild family; Park family; Warren family; Little family; Avery, William, d. 1686;
The Avery family -- Avery name in England -- Will of Robert Avery -- Avery homestead, Dedham, Mass. -- Avery family in America -- Settlement and town covenant of Dedham, Mass. -- Deed of William Avery -- Will of William Avery -- Inventory and deed of Robert Avery -- Will of John Avery -- Inventory of John Avery -- Incorporation of the town of Truro, Mass. -- Agreement with John Avery and town of Truro -- Gift of land to Ephraim Avery -- Ministerial call of Ephraim Avery to Brooklyn, Conn. -- Funeral sermon about Ephraim Avery -- Marriages and death of Mrs. Ephraim Avery -- Gen'l George Washington's letter -- Ephraim Avery and church at Rye, N.Y. -- Editorials and resolutions in memory of Samuel Putnam Avery -- Gold Medal Committee, Samuel Putnam Avery -- Editorials in memory of Benjamin Parke Avery -- Fanny Falconer Avery -- Resolutions in memory of Henry Ogden Avery -- Gold Medal Committee, Samuel Putnam Avery -- Pedigree connection with Robert Avery, 1575
The Park family -- Pedigree of the Park family in England -- Park family in America -- Richard Park, Cambridge property -- Ministerial call to Joseph Park -- Letter of Christopher Sugar -- Plague in Westerly, R.I. -- Sermon by Joseph Park -- Benjamin Park and Colonial Wars -- Benjamin Park and Bunker Hill -- Town meeting, Westerly, R.I. -- Hannah Stanton Park's petition -- Editorials and resolutions in memory of Samuel Putnam Avery -- Editorials in memory of Benjamin Parke Avery -- Pedigree connection with Richard Park, 1635 -- The Warren and Little families -- A short narration of facts -- The Mayflower Pilgrims -- The Mayflower compact -- Pedigree connection with Richard Warren, Plymouth, Mass., 1620, and Thomas Little, 1630
Contributor: Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center
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