LIVING

Father: John William Riley AVERETT
Mother: Amelia CONNELL


                               _George Washington Gill AVERETT _
 _John William Riley AVERETT _|
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|--LIVING
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|_Amelia CONNELL _____________|
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LIVING

Father: LIVING
Mother: LIVING


          _LIVING_______
 _LIVING_|
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|--LIVING
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|         _Mason MEEKS _
|_LIVING_|
         |_LIVING_______

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LIVING

Father: Charles Wilbur SCHOOLER
Mother: Rosetta CAMPBELL


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 _Charles Wilbur SCHOOLER _|
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|--LIVING
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|                           _David William CAMPBELL __
|_Rosetta CAMPBELL ________|
                           |_Kizzie Ann Jane AVERETT _

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LIVING

Father: LIVING
Mother: LIVING

Family 1: LIVING



          ____________________
 _LIVING_|
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|--LIVING
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|         _Steven W. THAXTON _
|_LIVING_|
         |_Signora HANSEN ____

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LIVING

Family 1: LIVING

  1.  LIVING
  2.  Richard Wilson SHUMWAY
  3.  LIVING
  4.  LIVING
  5.  LIVING
  6.  LIVING
  7.  LIVING
  8.  LIVING
  9.  LIVING
  10.  LIVING

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Henry AVERETT

Father: Joshua AVERETT
Mother: Joshua AVERETT

Family 1: Henry AVERETT

  1.  Thomas AVERETT
  2.  Henry AVERETT
  3. +John AVERETT
  4. +Joel AVERETT
  5.  George AVERETT

                   _James AVERETT _
 _Joshua AVERETT _|
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|--Henry AVERETT 
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|_Joshua AVERETT _|
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SOURCE: Ramona Kitchen, Ina Porter, and Corris Brooksby, grandaughters o f Elijah Averett and Johanne Neilsen.


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John GILL

Father: Alexander GILL


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 _Alexander GILL _|
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Elisabeth SCHNEIDER

Family 1: Henrich RUHL

  1. +Anna Catherina RUHL

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|--Elisabeth SCHNEIDER 
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Source: Shawn Gray, P.O. box 155, Muncie, Indiana, 47308.


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John STEWART (Dr.)

Family 1: Elizabeth ALBERTUS
  1. +David STEWART

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BIOGRAPHY: RESEARCHER JOYCE LINDSTROM: Dr. John Stewrt, b. abt 1666 in S cotland; moved to Hempstead, Nassau Co, New York at an early date where h e met and married ELIZABETH ALBERTUS abt. 1689. They moved to jamaica, Qu eens Co., Ne York by 1694 and to Shrewsbury, Monmouth Co., New Jersey b y 1697. He left a will in Sussex Co., Delaware dated 2 Sept 1704 which w as proven 13 Jan 1705. I his will he states that all of his children ar e under age. Therefore all of them had to be under the age of 18 by 170 4 when he made outhis will. After he died, his widow married THOMAS DAVO CK, who left a will dated 27 Jan 1718/9 and proved 25 Feb 1718/9. The ch ildren named in his will are: Samuel, David, John Elizabeth, William, Ha nnah and Mary.

BIOGRAPHY: RECEIVED THIS INFO FROM MARY STEWART HICKS. John Stewart wa s born about 1660-65. It is generally thought, by many genealogists, tha t he was born in Charleston, MA and was the son of Alexander Stewart & Ha nna Templar, Alexander's 1st wife .

John & his brother & sisters were baptized on 5-8-1675 in Charlestown, MA . Th first record found of Dr. Stewart after he became an adult was i n Hempstead Twp , Long Island, New York. On 7-11-1691, he petitioned th e freeholders of Hempstead, Nassau Co., New York for a right of 18 or 2 0 acres of land a little east of The "Pine Point", near the Plain Edge" , stating that he was a cooper an also a surgeon.(A cooper is a person wh o makes bowls, barrels & water tanks fro wooden boards. He needed to b e highly skilled in woodworking for this trade) .

Sometime before 7-11-1691, he had married Elizabeth Alberti, daughter o f Jan (John) Alberti & Elizabeth Scudder. By 3-29-1694, Dr. Stewart & E lizabeth had moved to Jamaica, Queens Co., NY and is recorded as sellin g a piece of propert to John Pollehemus. The parcel of land was at a plac e called Oldfields Island. By 1697, he and his wife moved to Monmouth Co. , New Jersey. On May 24, he bought several tracts of land from Isaac On g in Shrewsbury & on 10-21-1697, he bought 150 acres of land adjoining th e original tracts. These last 150 acres were purchased from Mary & Susan na Barnes of New York City who were the daughters of Thomas Barnes, lat e of Shrewsbury.

In 1700, he became the High Sheriff of Monmouth Co., New Jersey & held th e position until sometime in 1702 when he was succeeded by Jonathan Baile y. It i not known whether he lost the election to Bailey or he chose no t to run for the office again. However, later Bailey was killed and Joh n became the High Sheriff again, & held the office for 18 years. (Per Joy ce Lindstrom: This is doubtful a John died in 1704 in Sussex Co., Del.)

On 8-27-1700, the grand jury indicted Richard Salter & 14 other men "fo r riotously assembling on the 17th day of July & assaulting John Stewart , High Sheriff, & Henry Leonard on the path near to the house of Alexande r Adams, beat & grievously wounded the said persons, took their swords fr om them, break them, & carried them away & kept them, to the value of 5 p ounds money of the province in breech of the peace & the terror of the Ki ng's league people." The above indictment is recorded in the New Jerse y Historical Society Coll., F. 853.626,Pg. 352).

Sometime after 1702, he moved to Sussex Co., DE, where he bought 200 acre s of land in Wolf Pit Neck of Angola Neck from Owen Yorke. By the standa rds of the day, Dr. Stewart was quite a prominent citizen & a large lando wner during his residence in New Jersey & Deleware. He practiced as a s urgeon.

He made his will 9-2-1704 with James Simpson, Samuel Knowles & Roger Corb ett as witnesses. In his Will, he identified his profession as chirurge on (surgeon). Dr. Stewart died shortly thereafter, probably just after th e 1st of Jan., 1705. His Will was proved in court, in Sussex Co., DE on 1 -13-1705. In his Will, he named his children: Samuel, David, John, Eliza beth, William, Hannah & Mary. He made his wife executrix and authorize d her to sell any part of his land in Sussex or New Castle Co, or Monmout h Co. in East New Jersey or Nassau Co. on Long Island, "provided she bea r the name of Stewart and bring up my children in fear of the Lord and a s convenient to learning as to be had in these American parts."

On 2-4-1705, his wife leased 773 acres of land in Angola Neck to Samuel D avis. This lease was for 7 years & the transaction excepted 100 acres o f land which Dr. Stewart, during his lifetime, had agreed to sell to Alex ander McCulloch, Tailor, of Somerset Co., MD & yet to be laid out .

Within a year, his widow married Thomas Davock. Thomas got a warrant fo r 200 acres of land on 3-15-1715, & another warrant for 240 acres on 11-1 0-1719. This 2nd tract of land was adjoining the lands of the Widow Johns on & William Darter & the chain carriers of the survey crew were Richar d Harvey & William Stewart. It is presumed that this William Stewart wa s the Dr.'s son mentioned in his Will.

Thomas must have been married before he married the Widow Stewart, becaus e when he made his Will while he was still alive, he mentioned his orphan ed children : Robert Bracy, Penelope Richardson & John Pride and stepson s David Stuart and Samuel Stuart. In his Will he also gave 20 acres of l and to the church. He died sometime during late Jan. to mid-Feb., 1719 .

No further record has been found concerning Elizabeth Stewart after the d eath o her second husband.


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