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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 I38365  Avery, Katherine Buckner  17 May 1895      Katherine volunteered to serve overseas as a civilian nurse in support of the war effort. 
102 I40202  Avery, Lafayette  9 May 1822  13 Nov 1884  Civil War, Union Army   Enlisted April 21, 1864, as surgeon of the 3rd Missouri Cavalry.  
103 I39735  Avery, Latham Burrows  5 Sep 1817  28 Aug 1857  U.S. Navy    
104 I41007  Avery, Leonard B  1845  18 Feb 1865  Civil War, Union Navy   Leonard served as a landsman in the Navy. He died in service at Chelsea Naval Hospital. A pension request was made on behalf of his mother but it was rejected. The government claimed he died of a pre-existing condition and that his mother was not relying on him financially.

Leonard was the only male child old enough to support his mother. A number of people who knew him testified that he was healthy before his service. In spite of his father's land holdings he owed more money that it was worth. The government did not change it's position.  
105 I40641  Avery, Luther  14 Jul 1839  6 Feb 1862  Civil War, Union Army   2nd Iowa Calvary 
106 I38094  Avery, Marvin Emory  16 Jun 1840    Civil War, Union Army   6th Michigan Calvary. Killed in battle near Richmond, in 1864. 
107 I39574  Avery, Mathew Henry  27 Mar 1836  1 Sep 1881  Civil War, Union Army    
108 I41866  Avery, Myron Emory  29 Jun 1845  3 Apr 1865  Civil War, Union Army   Enlisted December 1, 1863. Mustered in December 14, 1863 as Private with Company K 6th Indiana Cavalry. 
109 I36062  Avery, Nathan  31 Mar 1759  16 Jan 1841  Continental Army, American Revolution    
110 I35855  Avery, Nathan  2 May 1744    Continental Army, American Revolution    
111 I38709  Avery, Nathan Sr      Continental Army, American Revolution    
112 I40642  Avery, Nathan Franklin  5 Jul 1843  21 Feb 1863    26th Connecticut Volunteers. 
113 I35815  Avery, Nathaniel  28 Aug 1751    Continental Army, American Revolution    
114 I38720  Avery, Nathaniel  May 1764    Continental Army, American Revolution    
115 I38677  Avery, Nehemiah      Continental Army, American Revolution    
116 I35830  Avery, Parke Jr  22 Mar 1741  20 Dec 1821  Continental Army, American Revolution   From the book "History of the Town Of Stonington" 1900, he was "fearfully" wounded at the Fort Griswold massacre. Other sources confirm that he lost an eye. 
117 I35934  Avery, Peter  10 May 1764  17 Oct 1845  Continental Army, American Revolution   Taken prisoner at The Fort Griswold Massacre. 
118 I35550  Avery, Richardson Sr  25 Jan 1717  3 Jul 1778  Continental Army, American Revolution   Killed at the Battle of Wyoming. 
119 I35570  Avery, Richardson II  25 Dec 1778  6 Jun 1847  U.S. Army, War of 1812    
120 I37979  Avery, Robert  22 Sep 1839    Civil War, Union Army    
121 I41449  Avery, Robert Earle  22 May 1938  12 Sep 2007  U.S. Navy    
122 I37903  Avery, Robert Hanneman  17 Jan 1840  13 Sep 1893  Civil War, Union Army   77th Illinois Infantry. POW at Andersonville Prison. 
123 I38516  Avery, Robert Stanton Sr  25 Feb 1771    Continental Army, American Revolution    
124 I38582  Avery, Roger  14 Apr 1761    Continental Army, American Revolution    
125 I39270  Avery, Roswell Randall  5 Nov 1791    U.S. Army, War of 1812    
126 I35905  Avery, Rufus  16 Nov 1758  30 Jul 1842  Continental Army, American Revolution   Rufus was a Sergeant when he was defending Fort Griswold. He was taken prisoner at The Fort Griswold Massacre.

He was appointed ensign of the 3d company of militia, 8th regiment, May, 1788; lieutenant of 2d company, October,
1789; captain of 3d company, October, 1792. 
127 I38716  Avery, Silvanus Sr        Continental Army, American Revolution 
128 I39137  Avery, Simeon Sr  19 Jul 1791    U.S. Army, War of 1812    
129 I35836  Avery, Simon  30 Oct 1753  1 Aug 1809  Continental Army, American Revolution    
130 I35788  Avery, Solomon  4 Jun 1749  6 Sep 1781  Continental Army, American Revolution   Killed at The Fort Griswold Massacre. 
131 I37052  Avery, Solomon  17 Jun 1729  23 Dec 1798  Continental Army, American Revolution   There are records that suggest that Solomon also fought for brief time periods in the War. 
132 I35869  Avery, Stephen  13 Jan 1756    Continental Army, American Revolution    
133 I38296  Avery, Stephen  17 Jul 1756    Continental Army, American Revolution   He was in Captain Lamb's company, later in Captain Huntington's company. He crossed the Delaware with General Washington and wintered at Valley Forge. (Conn. Men in the Rev'n, 293, 405). 
134 I37986  Avery, Stephen  13 Aug 1762    Continental Army, American Revolution    
135 I39268  Avery, Stephen Lyman  12 May 1786      Cornet of 4th Troop, 3d Regiment Cavalry, June, 1809, Colonel of the 2d regiment of Horse, 1817. 
136 I41619  Avery, Sylvester  1832  3 Jun 1863  Civil War, Union Army   8th Vermont Regiment, Company D. Died in service. 
137 I41893  Avery, Sylvester Stratton  30 May 1840  19 May 1862    Company B, 7th Illinois Calvary. Died in service. 
138 I35914  Avery, Thomas  6 Sep 1765  6 Sep 1781  Continental Army, American Revolution   Thomas was killed at The Fort Griswold Massacre. 
139 I38890  Avery, Waitstill      Continental Army, American Revolution    
140 I35957  Avery, William  15 Aug 1807  21 Apr 1878  U.S. Army, Blackhawk War    
141 I38714  Avery, William      Continental Army, American Revolution    
142 I41489  Avery, William      Civil War, Union Army   He enlisted in Company I, 17th 111 Infantry on May 25, 1861, He was made first lieutenant on July 8, 1863. He resigned March 24, 1864. 
143 I41047  Avery, William Elias  29 Jul 1838  27 May 1863    1st lieutenant in the 75th regiment,
NY Volunteers. He was killed in the charge on Port Hudson, May 27, 1863. 
144 I38228  Avery, William Thomas  11 Nov 1819  20 May 1880  Civil War, Confederate Army   Officer in the Alabama & Mississippi Confederate Volunteers. He was captured when his regiment surrendered on April 8, 1862. He was held at the Union prison camp at Johnson's Island. In August 27, 1862 he was returned as part of a prisoner exchange.  
145 I37929  Avery, William Waightstill  25 May 1816  3 Jul 1864  Civil War, Confederate Army   Killed in action. 
146 I39255  Avery, William Wheeler  20 Jun 1791    U.S. Army, War of 1812    
147 I37945  Avery, Willoughby Francis  7 May 1843  24 Nov 1876  Civil War, Confederate Army    
148 I28126  Bachman, James T  15 Nov 1948  17 Apr 2009  U.S. Army, Vietnam   Sergeant First Class. U.S. Army Vietnam, 20 years in the Wisconsin National Guard.  
149 I15444  Backus, Elijah  23 Jul 1755  Abt 1835  Continental Army, American Revolution    
150 I2767  Bailey, Lieutenant Silas Jr  22 Jul 1756  3 Oct 1840  Continental Army, American Revolution   He was a Private during the Lexington Alarm. Under Captain How and Houghton. He was promoted and served as a Lieutenant under Captain Marion. 

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