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Report: Military Service

         Description: Military Service



honoring our relatives that have served this country. This list is "in progress" and by no means comlete. If you feel we've overlooked someone please contact us using the "Suggest" tab on the top of their page.


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# Person ID Last Name, Given Name(s) Birth Date Death Date Military Service: Place Military Service
101 I37987  Avery, Ebenezer Punderson  21 May 1765  10 Sep 1840  Continental Army, American Revolution   He Assisted in caring for the wounded after the Fort Griswold Massacre.

He was captain of the 5th company, 1st regiment, Onondaga militia, 1801, and resigned in 1805. 
102 I38042  Avery, Edward  13 Dec 1764  28 May 1786  Continental Army, American Revolution    
103 I43306  Avery, Edward Thomas  3 Aug 1837  20 Nov 1905  Civil War, Union Army   22nd Regiment of New York Infantry 
104 I40931  Avery, Edward Woodbridge  1 Jan 1841    U.S. Navy   Assistant Surgeon 1864-1865
 
105 I40931  Avery, Edward Woodbridge  1 Jan 1841    U.S. Army   Assistant Surgeon 
106 I40931  Avery, Edward Woodbridge  1 Jan 1841    German Army   Assistant Surgeon Franco-German war of 1870 
107 I43395  Avery, Edwin  9 Apr 1838  5 Jan 1917  Civil War, Union Army   116th Regiment, New York Infantry. 
108 I40818  Avery, Edwin Cicero  20 Nov 1837  1 Dec 1862    Company I, 161st Regiment, New York Infantry. Died in service. 
109 I42358  Avery, Edwin Prentice  26 Oct 1836    Civil War, Union Army   Company A, 18th Regiment Connecticut Infantry. Taken prisoner and held at libby Prison. 
110 I38193  Avery, Egbert  26 Jul 1789  3 Dec 1854  U.S. Army, War of 1812    
111 I43173  Avery, Egbert Hamilton  1 Jan 1816  31 Jan 1899    Captain of the 3rd Company, 2nd Regiment, Connecticut, Horse Artillery. 
112 I38128  Avery, Elihu  6 Apr 1755    Continental Army, American Revolution    
113 I35820  Avery, Elijah  15 Sep 1734  6 Sep 1781  Continental Army, American Revolution   Killed at The Fort Griswold Massacre. 
114 I35837  Avery, Elisha  1755  6 Sep 1781  Continental Army, American Revolution   Killed at The Fort Griswold Massacre. 
115 I38635  Avery, Elisha Sr  30 Dec 1756    Continental Army, American Revolution    
116 I38707  Avery, Elisha      Continental Army, American Revolution    
117 I39901  Avery, Elisha Jr  16 Oct 1783    U.S. Army, War of 1812    
118 I38379  Avery, Elroy McKendree  14 Jul 1844  1 Dec 1935  Civil War, Union Army   He enlisted as a private in 1861. He mustered into the 4th Michigan Volunteer Infantry. At the end of the war he mustered out as sergeant-major of the
11th Michigan Volunteer Cavalry. 
119 I36137  Avery, Francis Dennison  11 Feb 1843  Aug, 12, 1869  Civil War, Union Army   Company C, 27th Massachusetts Infantry. He was wounded May 14, 1864, at Drewry's Bluff. He died Aug, 12, 1869, from the effects of the wounds.  
120 I42390  Avery, Francis Greer  16 Feb 1839    Civil War, Union Army   Company K, 27th Regiment New York Infantry. 
121 I41764  Avery, Francis Henry  3 Oct 1833  30 Oct 1884    Enlisted August, 1861, in Company C Fourth Illinois Calvary 
122 I40197  Avery, Francis Moffit  26 Jun 1839    Civil War, Union Army   7th Illinois Calvary. 
123 I41296  Avery, Francis Newton  29 Aug 1826    U.S. Army Mexican-American War    
124 I44233  Avery, Frank Brewster  12 Jul 1857    U.S. Navy Spanish-American War    
125 I44576  Avery, Frank Porter  24 Aug 1853    U.S. Army   Captain 
126 I40934  Avery, Franklin Newell  18 Mar 1840  19 Nov 1864    Being researched 
127 I39593  Avery, Fred    13 Mar 1865  Civil War, Union Army   POW. Died in Andersonville Prison. 
128 I38893  Avery, Frederick      Continental Army, American Revolution    
129 I40563  Avery, Frederick Allyn Jr  29 Apr 1819  9 Sep 1866  U.S. Navy    
130 I43533  Avery, Gage Hughes  6 Jan 1880    U.S. Army, Spanish-American War   34th Regiment Michigan Infantry. 
131 I38578  Avery, Gardner    28 Dec 1831  Continental Army, American Revolution    
132 I41620  Avery, George  Abt 1836  28 Jun 1862  Civil War, Union Army   9th Vermont Regiment, Company G. Died in service. 
133 I40005  Avery, George III  23 Jan 1791  17 Aug 1829  U.S. Army, War of 1812    
134 I44136  Avery, George Elfonzo  10 Mar 1834    Civil War, Union Army    
135 I33859  Avery, George Herbert  30 Apr 1917  13 Aug 2001  U.S. Army, WWII    
136 I44738  Avery, George Silas  12 Jul 1873    U.S. Army, Spanish-American War   3rd Regiment, New York Infantry 
137 I35967  Avery, George Smith  16 Apr 1835  29 Mar 1923  Civil War, Union Army   He enlisted in Company F, 12th Illinois Volunteer Infantry, April 19, 1861, as first sergeant, for the three month's service. He re-enlisted in September of the same year in Company I, 3rd Missouri Cavalry and, was promoted to first lieutenant. Promoted to captain in 1862. Promoted to major in 1864. He served until the end of the war. 
138 I41633  Avery, George Spencer  29 Jun 1847  25 Nov 1867  Civil War, Union Army   Company G 9th Vermont Infantry. 
139 I38908  Avery, George Washington  9 Oct 1776    U.S. Army, War of 1812    
140 I41586  Avery, George Washington  24 Mar 1830      101st Regiment, New York Volunteer Infantry 
141 I41483  Avery, George Whitfield  27 Sep 1836    Civil War, Union Army   He was an assistant surgeon of the 9th Connecticut volunteers. The was captured and as a POW pressed into service treating both Union and Confederate soldiers. 
142 I38453  Avery, Griswold Sr  15 Sep 1739  6 Oct 1812  Continental Army, American Revolution    
143 I38929  Avery, Griswold Jr  27 Sep 1765    Continental Army, American Revolution   He served as waiter (servant) to his father and had some time as a solder. Personal servants to officers were allowed and regulated. They were expected to carry arms during drill and in line of battle, though in practice this did not always occur. He applied for a pension but it was rejected. The law didn't allow service as a waiter to be counted and he could not prove enough regular service to qualify. He also helped spread the alarm at the burning od New London. 
144 I44835  Avery, Harrison Orsons  24 Jul 1841  30 May 1862  Civil War, Union Army   25th Regiment, Missouri Infantry. Died at the battle of Shiloh. 
145 I32326  Avery, Harry Gardner  12 Jul 1879  18 Oct 1941  U.S. Army, Spanish-American War    
146 I42367  Avery, Henry  16 Sep 1835    Civil War, Union Army   25th Regiment Connecticut, Infantry 
147 I36138  Avery, Henry Gardner  7 Feb 1845  23 May 1904  Civil War, Union Army   He enlisted October 2, 1862 in the 52nd Massachusetts Regiment  
148 I41613  Avery, Henry Hale  3 Jul 1840    Civil War, Union Army   Company K, 23rd Regiment, Wisconsin Infantry
 
149 I38198  Avery, Henry William Sr  12 Oct 1795    U.S. Army, War of 1812    
150 I43170  Avery, Henry William  12 Nov 1838    Civil War, Union Army   Company B, 15th Illinois Infantry 


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