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Avery family (Daniel Avery, d. 1842).
Chronicles of an American home, Hillside (Wyoming, New York) and its family: 1858-1928, [by Lydia Avery Coonley Ward].
Avery family (William Avery, d. 1686)
The Warren, Little, Lothrop, Park, Dix, Whitman, Fairchild, Platt, Wheeler, Lane and Avery pedigrees of Samuel Putnam Avery, 1847-1920 / Samuel P. Avery.
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 Thomas Little...
The Averys of Groton; genealogical and biographical. By Homer De Lois Sweet.
The Groton Avery clan / by Elroy McKendree Avery and Catharine Hitchcock (Tilden) Avery.
The Hancock family of England and America : with related families, including: Avery, Cockroft, Davis, Dawson, Dick, Flournoy, Harris, Hunter, Jameson, Jones, Lamar, Ligon, Lowe, Moseley, Moss, Piggott, Skeen, Sleeth, Walls, and many others / Arvil Dale Hancock.
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