LIVING

Father: LIVING
Mother: LIVING


          __________________________
 _LIVING_|
|        |__________________________
|
|--LIVING
|
|         _James Lafayette AVERETT _
|_LIVING_|
         |_Laura Abigail MAXWELL ___

INDEX


HTML created by GED2HTML v3.1a (8/20/97) on Wed Jul 07 10:55:38 2010.

LIVING

Father: Edward Joseph ROBINSON
Mother: Christina SHUMWAY


                           ______________________
 _Edward Joseph ROBINSON _|
|                         |______________________
|
|--LIVING
|
|                          _Mormon Alma SHUMWAY _
|_Christina SHUMWAY ______|
                          |_Sarah Ann AVERETT ___

INDEX


HTML created by GED2HTML v3.1a (8/20/97) on Wed Jul 07 10:55:38 2010.

LIVING

Father: Leonard Dale BARNES
Mother: LIVING

Family 1: LIVING

  1.  LIVING
  2.  LIVING

                        _______________________
 _Leonard Dale BARNES _|
|                      |_______________________
|
|--LIVING
|
|                       _Sumner Udall STEWART _
|_LIVING_______________|
                       |_Sarah Jane PARIS _____

INDEX


HTML created by GED2HTML v3.1a (8/20/97) on Wed Jul 07 10:55:38 2010.

Dorcas AVERETT

Father: Elisha AVERETT
Mother: Sarah Jane WITT

Family 1: James Madison CLARK
  1.  Sarah Evaline CLARK
  2.  Lauretta Jane CLARK
  3.  Lucinda Olive CLARK
  4.  Minerva Ann CLARK
  5.  James Wesley CLARK
  6.  Fernando CLARK
  7.  Elizabeth Melvina CLARK
  8.  Sylvester Elisha CLARK
  9.  Thomas George CLARK
  10.  Owen CLARK
  11.  Orissas CLARK
  12.  John Willard CLARK
  13.  Josephine CLARK
  14.  Eunice CLARK
  15.  Byron CLARK

                    _John AVERETT __________
 _Elisha AVERETT __|
|                  |_Jannett Hamilton GILL _
|
|--Dorcas AVERETT 
|
|                   _Robert L. WITT ________
|_Sarah Jane WITT _|
                   |_Dorcas WILLIS _________

INDEX

Notes

BIOGRAPHY: Dorcas Averett had fifteen children. SOURCE: Erma H. Skeem , Oasis, Utah in "Averitt Lines and Related Families" by Christine Walser .


HTML created by GED2HTML v3.1a (8/20/97) on Wed Jul 07 10:55:38 2010.

Edgar BIDWELL

Family 1: Ruth M. TURNBEAUGH


    __
 __|
|  |__
|
|--Edgar BIDWELL 
|
|   __
|__|
   |__

INDEX


HTML created by GED2HTML v3.1a (8/20/97) on Wed Jul 07 10:55:38 2010.

Sarah Evaline CLARK

Father: James Madison CLARK
Mother: Dorcas AVERETT

Family 1: George Albin BURNHAM



                        _John Wesley CLARK _
 _James Madison CLARK _|
|                      |_Evaline BROWN _____
|
|--Sarah Evaline CLARK 
|
|                       _Elisha AVERETT ____
|_Dorcas AVERETT ______|
                       |_Sarah Jane WITT ___

INDEX


HTML created by GED2HTML v3.1a (8/20/97) on Wed Jul 07 10:55:38 2010.

Mr. HARDY

Family 1: Lucinda AVERITT


    __
 __|
|  |__
|
|--Mr. HARDY 
|
|   __
|__|
   |__

INDEX


HTML created by GED2HTML v3.1a (8/20/97) on Wed Jul 07 10:55:38 2010.

Elenor Jennet KELSEY

Father: Samuel Alexander Pagan KELSEY
Mother: Jennet AVERETT

Family 1: Levi Walter EVERTON
  1.  Lauretta EVERTON
  2. +Marion Cecil EVERTON
  3.  Emma Samantha EVERTON
  4.  LIVING
Family 2: Chauncy Forest ROGERS
  1.  Woodford Henry ROGERS
  2.  Ottis Alvy ROGERS
  3.  Walter George ROGERS
  4.  Osborne David ROGERS

                                  _Samuel KELSEY _________
 _Samuel Alexander Pagan KELSEY _|
|                                |_Eleanor GILL __________
|
|--Elenor Jennet KELSEY 
|
|                                 _John AVERETT __________
|_Jennet AVERETT ________________|
                                 |_Jannett Hamilton GILL _

INDEX

Notes

When Elenor was five years old her parents joined the Church and went t o Far West, Missouri with the Saints. They were driven from there home t o Illinois, and they went with the Saints to Quincy, later moving up th e river to Nauvoo.

We know little of her girlhood days, except that she lived in Nauvoo. Sh e was fourteen years old when the Prophet Joseph Smith was martyred, an d she was sixteen years old when the Saints were driven from Nauvoo. He r mother and her older sister were charter members of the first Relief So ciey organization. She was not old enough to join at that time. The Kel sy family moved from Nauvoo to Quincy when the Saints were driven out. He re she became acquainted with a neighbor boy, Levi Walter Everton, and ma rried him when she was nineteen years of age. She had three children, La uretta, Marion Cecil, and Emma Samantha. After seven years of married li fe her husband died.

She was a widow in Quincy for four years, then in 1860 her father, who ha d moved to Utah nine years previously, made a trip across the plains by o x team to get his daughter and her two children and bring them to Utah . He arrived in Quincy in the late summer of 1860, and made preparation s to return immediately to Utah. His son, Thomas, and his daughter, Diana h, lived in Iowa. On the road to Utah they stopped in Iowa to visit wit h Thomas and Diannah, who persuaded them to remain in Iowa during the win ter. The following spring they started for Utah, and some time during th e summer landed in Smithfield, Utah. At that time the people were livin g in the fort.

Elenor and her children spent the winter of 1861 and 1862 with her fathe r and mother in the old fort at Smithfield. In 1862 she married Chaunce y Rogers of Logan and moved to Logan with her two children. If her hom e were still standing it would be numbered about 35 West on 3rd Street, L ogan. Logan had been settled less than three years when she moved here , so that pioneer conditions still prevailed during the time of her resid ence in Logan.

After five years residence in Logan another move was made, this time to B loomington, Bear Lake County, Idaho. They were among the first settler s in Bloomington and endured the hardships of pioneering in that new coun try. When their wheat crop failed it was necessary to get wheat from Cac he Valley to carry them through the winter, and when snows were deep an d roads poor and few, it was not always easy to get medical aid, food an d other necessities from the nearest settlement in Cache Valley.

After several years' residence in Bloomington, they made another move, th is time to Richmond, Cache County, Utah. While we do not have the exac t date, as nearly as I can compute, they moved to Bear Lake in 1866. The y moved back to Richmond in 1870, and in 1871 moved to Lewiston, where th ey became pioneer settlers again.

In 1873 Elenor was taken with an attack of typhoid fever and died. Her b ody was buried in the cemetery at Smithfield, the home of her parents. S he had four sons Chauncey Rogers, namely, Woodfrod, Ottis, Walter and Osc ar.

My father's description of her would indicate that she was of a very peac eable disposition. There were three daughters in her mother's family. T he other two sisters could not agree, but either one of them could agre e with Elenor, or when they had a disagreement it was her privilege to br ing about a reconciliation and make peace between them. She was well bel oved by her brothers and her sisters. Mrs. Rawlins of Logan 3rd Ward, wa s a neighbor to the Rogers family in Lewiston. She says Elenor was a good -looking lady.
SOURCE:This was copied from the Everton book. B. Walter Everton's daught er, Mrs. Laura Wagstaff.


HTML created by GED2HTML v3.1a (8/20/97) on Wed Jul 07 10:55:38 2010.

Samuel Alexander KELSEY

Father: Samuel Alexander Pagan KELSEY
Mother: Jennet AVERETT

Family 1: Pagan Kelsey ALEXANDER


                                  _Samuel KELSEY _________
 _Samuel Alexander Pagan KELSEY _|
|                                |_Eleanor GILL __________
|
|--Samuel Alexander KELSEY 
|
|                                 _John AVERETT __________
|_Jennet AVERETT ________________|
                                 |_Jannett Hamilton GILL _

INDEX


HTML created by GED2HTML v3.1a (8/20/97) on Wed Jul 07 10:55:38 2010.

Andrew Houston PERKINS

Family 1: Eda WILLIS



    __
 __|
|  |__
|
|--Andrew Houston PERKINS 
|
|   __
|__|
   |__

INDEX


HTML created by GED2HTML v3.1a (8/20/97) on Wed Jul 07 10:55:38 2010.