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John Avery, III

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Birthplace: Groton, New London County, Connecticut Colony
Death: Died in New London County, Connecticut
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Son of John Avery, Jr. and Sarah Avery
Husband of Lydia Avery
Father of Amos Avery; John Avery, IV; Jabez Avery; Sgt. Amos Avery; Lydia Gager and 5 others
Brother of Anna Avery; Sarah Denison; Thankful Avery; Abigail Denison; George Avery and 10 others

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About John Avery, III

DENISON GENEALOGY, by E. Glenn Denison, Josephine Middleton Peck, Donald L. Jacobus, The Pequot Press, Inc. Stonington, CT, 1963. Page 9.

THE GROTON AVERY CLAN, Vol. I, by Elroy McKendree Avery and Catherine Hitchcock (Tilden) Avery, Cleveland, 1912. Found in the DAR Library, Washington DC. Page 205.

John Avery and his wife were in full communion with the First Church of Groton, Nov. 22, 1727. He later moved to Franklin, Conn., where he died. He made a will, April 15, 1762; it was proved at Norwich, Feb. 4, 1766. He mentioned wife, Lydia; sons, John, Jabez, Amos, Nathan, Nehemiah, David, Roswell; daus., Lydia Gager and Sarah Avery (Norwich Wills, 3:326.)

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John Avery, III's Timeline

1706
May 14, 1706
Groton, New London County, Connecticut Colony
1727
1727
Age 20
Groton, New London, CT
1729
1729
Age 22
1731
January 2, 1731
Age 24
Groton, New London County, Connecticut Colony
1734
April 14, 1734
Age 27
Groton, New London, Connecticut Colony
1736
April 18, 1736
Age 29
Groton, New London County, Connecticut Colony
1737
November 22, 1737
Age 31
Groton, New London, Connecticut Colony
1738
July 23, 1738
Age 32
Groton, New London, Connecticut Colony
1744
1744
Age 37
Groton, New London, Connecticut Colony
1746
April 5, 1746
Age 39
Norwich, New London County, Connecticut Colony