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Dell Cemetery, Wilbraham MA

Avery Monument - Front


Abraham Avery, June 22, 1782-October 8, 1853
his wife Elizabeth Bliss Avery, January 29, 1788-December 27, 1851
his wife Cordelia B. Avery, August 5, 1805-November 15, 1877


A.A. 1782-1853, E.B.A. 1788-1851, E.A. 1819-1837, B.A. 1813-1819, S.A. 1817-1819, Infant 1812
Rev. John Roper, born 1828, died 1847
Julia Roper, born at ... May 11, 1817, died at Wilbraham Oct. 11 18..
The Roper stones are at the end of the row, just outside the photo on the right - still need photos of those and of S.A.

Avery Monument - Back


Children of Abraham and Elizabeth Bliss Avery
(Addison, Julia and Abraham are buried elsewhere)
Addison Avery, Feb 20, 1810-Oct. 19 1841
an infant, Apr 26 1812-April 29, 1812
Benjamin Avery, June 16 1813-Dec. 30 1819
Simeon Avery, Aug. 22, 1817-March 12, 1819
Elizabeth Avery, Oct. 13 1819-Oct. 17, 1831
Julia Avery Roper Rand, Aug. 18,, 1822-March 14, 1874
Abraham Avery, Nov. 15, 1824-April 3, 1893

Avery Monument - Side



Christopher Avery, born in England about 1590, came with Gov. Winthrop to America 1630, died in New London Conn about 1679
Capt. James Avery, born about 1620, died at Poquonnock, CT. about 1694
Capt. Thomas Avery, born in New London May 6, 1651, died in Montville, Ct.
Abraham Avery, born in New London 1691, died in Montville 1761
Abraham Avery, born in Montville 1744, died in Glastonbury CT. 1817