Persons with the Surname 'Avery'

The Avery Family Record


Surnames with the Same Soundex 'A160'

45 individuals have the surname 'Avery'.

Agnes Avery (about 1844—)
Ann Avery (about 1854—)
Benjamin Avery (about 1823—)
Benjamin Avery (about 1846—)
Benjamin Benoni Avery (1776—)
Charles Avery (about 1868—)
Christina Avery (about 1849—)
Clarence H. Avery (17 Sep 1894—Private)
Donald Avery (28 May 1859—)
Duncan Avery (8 Jan 1826—12 Jul 1878)
Duncan Norman Avery (25 Mar 1882—)
Elizabeth Avery (30 Nov 1848—)
Frederick William Avery (18 Aug 1868—1936)
George Avery (1829—about 1896)
George Avery (about 1850—)
George Alexander Avery (28 May 1859—14 May 1922)
George Llewellyn Avery (29 Dec 1889—)
Henry Avery (about 1866—)
James Avery (—)
Jane Avery (about 1858—)
John Avery (about 1819—)
John Avery (about 1830—)
John Avery (about 1863—)
John Frederick H. Avery (6 Jan 1901—17 Oct 1903)
John Wallace Avery (20 Mar 1884—)
John William Avery (30 Nov 1908—12 May 1915)
Joseph Avery (about 1832—)
Laura Martha Avery (21 Aug 1898—Private)
Louisa Avery (about 1857—)
Lydia Avery (24 May 1858—)
Margaret Avery (about 1849—)
Margaret Avery (about 1866—)
Martha Avery (about 1869—)
Mary Avery (about 1826—before 1861)
Mary Avery (about 1851—)
Mary Avery (about 1856—)
Mary Ann Avery (10 Aug 1876—4 Dec 1932)
Rebecca Avery (about 1828—)
Richard John Avery (28 May 1859—1915)
Roy C. Avery (31 Dec 1891—)
Royal Robinson Avery (25 Jan 1886—)
Stanley Avery (about 1859—)
William Avery (15 Nov 1830—3 Mar 1907)
William Hambly Avery (19 Feb 1890—)
Olive Mada Avery (18 May 1887—)
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