Person:James Avery (7)

Captain James Avery
m. aft 26 Aug 1616
  1. Captain James Averyest 1620 - 1700
m. 10 Nov 1643
  1. Hannah Avery1644 - 1721
  2. Captain James Avery1646 - 1728
  3. Mary Avery1648 - 1708
  4. Thomas Avery1651 - 1736
  5. John Avery1653/54 - 1724
  6. Rebecca Avery1656 - 1707
  7. Jonathan Avery1658 - 1681
  8. Christopher Avery1661 - 1683
  9. Capt. Samuel Avery1664 - 1723
  10. Joanna Avery1669 -
m. 4 Jul 1698
Facts and Events
Name[1][2] Captain James Avery
Gender Male
Birth[2] est 1620 Devon, England (probably)
Marriage 10 Nov 1643 Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United Statesto Joanna Greenslade
Marriage 4 Jul 1698 to Abigail Ingraham
Death[2] 18 Apr 1700 Groton, New London, Connecticut, United States
Reference Number? Q16153406?
Burial[3] Avery-Morgan Burial Ground, Groton, New London, Connecticut, United States

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James Avery (b. 1620 – April 18, 1700) was an American colonial landowner, legislator, and a military commander in King Philip's War.

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Typical inaccurate wikipedia article (genealogy related; most of wikipedia is very good): (1) James could not have come with his parents since his mother never came and his father was before the court as late as 1653 for living apart from his wife; (2) There is no evidence that his father was in New England prior to 1642 when James was about 22 years of age. He could hardly be called a child at that point. See The Groton Avery Clan, 27-42, for much more detail.

  1. James Avery (American colonist), in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Avery, Elroy McKendree, and Catharine Hitchcock (Tilden) Avery. The Groton Avery Clan. (Cleveland, Ohio: Privately Published, 1912), 43-78.

    Born about 1620 in England, son of Christopher. Married Joanna Greenslade. d. 18 Apr 1700, Groton. (Also extensive information about life in New London and Groton). County court New London Nov. 24, 1683 he declared he was the only son and heir of father Mr. Christopher Avery deceased & there were no other sons or daughters.

  3. Capt James Avery, in Find A Grave.