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1 North Carolina, Find A Grave Index, 1716-2012  
Fralick, William (I297)
2 "7-7-4" stands for 7 years, 7 months and 4 days old when she died. (Thanks to my genius brother James) Source (S28)
3 "HENRY A. (ALBERT) PUTMAN Gainsborough, Monck (now Lincoln), Ontario

He is a farmer 36 ONT (GER), his wife Amanda M. Beemer 40 ONT, and their son George W. (Wellington) 13 ONT. They live with Henry Beamer 78 ONT (GER) who is widowed. He’s Amanda’s dad. Henry is a son of Albert and Mary Ann Putman. He was still at home and just married in Wainfleet, Monck in 1871."

1881 Canadian Census 
Putman, Henry (I805)
4 "Robert Kenna, killed in sinking of Japanese prison ship, October 24, 1944" 
Kenna, Robert N. (I372)
5 006569-1881 (Lincoln Co.) Simeon BEAMER, 43, yeoman (retired), Gainsborough, same, s/o Henry BEAMER & Phebe B. WIER (Weir?), married, Mahala J. SPRAGUE, 31, Gainsborough, same, d/o John SPRAGUE & Mary ROSZEL, witn: Elizabeth M. & Mary D. SLATER, both of Smithville, 17 Nov 1880 at Smithville 
Family F318
6 12 Oct 1839 Source (S117)
7 1910 Census shows Minerva gave birth to 5 children of which 2 are living. I have not been able to find any information on the dau Merlita, other than her dob in 1900 Census. I would like to hear from descendents of this family. Personal research done by the submitter.
Family F209
8 4232 East Chelsea Street, Tampa, FL 33610, USA
Latitude : 27.984722 | Longitude : -82.409167 
Kenna, Roswell Edward Jr. (I2)
9 Gulf City, FL no longer exists. Source (S83)
10 Link to Cemetery Zeiser, Antoinette (I54)
11 Description:
This database is an index to death records for the state of Washington for the years 1940-96. In addition to providing the name of the deceased, the index also provides the person's age, place and date of death, and sex. For those who died in 1960 or later, the person's place of residence is also given. For those who died in 1965 or later, their Social Security number is also given. The index was obtained from the Washington State Archives and was originally created by the Washington State Health Department. More years will be added to this database in the coming months.

Extended Description:

Prior to 1891, Washington had no legislative provision for the recording of births and deaths. However, some counties and cities did record births and deaths prior to 1891. These records have been microfilmed, and copies are available at the Washington State Archives. Between 1891 and 1907, birth and death registers were kept on the county level. The state legislature in 1891 made it the duty of all coroners, physicians, and midwives to report all births and deaths under their supervision. The filing of marriages with county officials has been required by law since the creation of Washington Territory in 1853. Post-1907 vital records in the state office of Vital Records in Olympia are not open to the public for research.

Although not indexed, many birth and death records from 1891 through 1907 have been microfilmed by the Washington State Archives. Given the county of occurrence, the archives staff will search the records for a fee.

The mandatory recording of births and deaths on a state level began 1 July 1907 and marriage and divorce records on 1 January 1968. To obtain post-1907 vital records, specific information is required to initiate a search. For death records, the following is needed: (1) name at time of death, (2) spouse of the deceased, and (3) date and place of death. State records can be obtained by writing: Vital Records, P.O. Box 9709, ET-11, Olympia, Washington 98504-9709

Taken from Washington, Ancestry's Red Book by Dwight A. Radford, edited by Alice Eichholz. (Salt Lake City, UT: Ancestry Incorporated, 1992).

Source Information: Washington Death Index, 1940-96 [database online]. Provo, UT:, 2002. Original data: Index created by: Washington State Department of Health. Microfilmed copy of index obtained from: Washington State Archives.
Source (S33)
12 Source Information:
Social Security Administration. Social Security Death Index, Master File. Orem, UT: Ancestry, Inc., 2000. 
Source (S31)
13 Source Information: 1930 United States Federal Census. [database on-line] Provo, UT:, 2001-. Indexed by from microfilmed schedules of the 1930 U.S. Federal Decennial Census.1930 United States Federal Census. [database online] Provo, UT:, 2001. Data imaged from National Archives and Records Administration. 1930 Federal Population Census. T626, 2,667 rolls. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration. 
Source (S34)
14 SSDI Entry
SSN: 267-22-4074
Residence: 33604 (Tampa, Hillsborough, FL)
Born: 06 Jul 1891
Last Benefit: N/A
Died: Mar 1974
Issued: Florida
Kenna, Roswell Edward Sr. (I17)
15 SSDI Entry
SSN: 417-22-4494
Residence: 36330 Enterprise, Coffee, AL
Born: 18 Feb 1896
Last Benefit: N/A
Died: Dec 1986
Issued: AL (Before 1951)
Averett, Bryant Shelly (I129)
16 SSDI Entry
SSN: 419-24-5468
Residence: 36330 Enterprise, Coffee, AL
Born: 15 Feb 1893
Last Benefit: N/A
Died: Feb 1982
Issued: AL (Before 1951)
Averett, Henry Grady (I125)
17 SSDI Entry
SSN: 532-09-8133
Residence: 98405 (Tacoma, Pierce, WA)
Born: 29 Jul 1894
Last Benefit: N/A
Died: Apr 1964
Issued: Washington 
Kenna, Winifred (I44)
Source (S66)
19  Source (S65)

This database is an index to approximately 410,000 individuals who were married in or near New York City between 1622 and 1899. While over 90% of the marriages included in this database were recorded in New York City and its boroughs, some were recorded on Long Island or elsewhere in the state. In addition, approximately 300 of the records are from Connecticut or New Jersey. Information that may be found in this database for each individual includes their name, spouse's name, marriage date, location, and source information. Marriage records are great sources for genealogists because they document an individual in a particular place and time as well as provide details about that person's marriage.

It is important that you use the information found in this database to locate your ancestor in the original records that this index references. Usually more information is available in the records themselves than is found in an index. For example, marriage records sometimes provide the birth dates and places of the bride and groom, their parents' names, their addresses, and witnesses' names, in addition to the information listed in this index.

Extended Description:

While marriage records can usually be found in county courthouses or town records, copies are often located in the state archives, libraries, or historical societies. The specific office in a county courthouse where marriage records may be kept varies from county clerk to probate clerk. Actual records are kept in a variety of forms, primarily as marriage bonds or marriage licenses. These records usually indicate where a bride and groom were wed and details of the ceremony.

This database has been produced in collaboration with the Genealogical Research Library under the supervision of Noel Elliot. For more information contact:

The Genealogical Research Library 100 Adelaide Street West 5th Floor Toronto, Ontario M5H 1S3 Canada Phone: 1 (416) 360-3929 Fax: 1 (416) 360-4348 Internet:
Source Information: Genealogical Research Library, comp. New York City Marriages, 1600s-1800s [database online]. Provo, Utah:, Inc., 2005. Original data: For specific source information see the publication information listed with each entry. Many of the source documents are available in the Genealogical Research Library collection. Many of the records may also be found on microfilm at the Family History Library.
Source (S58)


USA 32446 Submission: AF90-102079


USA 32446 Submission: AF91-102339
Source (S20)
22 A letter of administration on file at Herkimer Co., NY signed on 1 Feb 1946 mentions his death and appointment of Harry C. and Dorothy G. Kenna as administrators of his estate. Kenna, Robert N. (I372)
23 A list of inscriptions for the Old St. Mary's Roman Catholic Cemetery on Sherman St., Little Falls, NY is here: Source (S16)
24 A voluntary, non-profit organization that is interested in the surname of Graves, Greaves, Grave, Grieve, Greve, and all other variations of that name for all time periods, worldwide. Repository (REPO7)
25 According to Sharon at the Little Falls Baptist
Church: Edward and his wife Mary Kenna were members of the Little Falls Baptist Church. They joined by baptism December 7 (or possibly 17th) 1893 and the church had a record of his dying in 1907 and showed their address as 49 German St.
Family F117
26 According to testimony in his mother's civil war pension file for his brother William, Thomas had some bad debt and was accused of forgery. He was forced to leave the county and state around 1870 or 1865. His business partner was Thomas West. Kenna, Thomas Mortimer (I211)
27 According to the Civil War Pension file for Mary Kenna (against her son William Kenna) she was a widow sometime before 1878. Family F233
28 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Graves, S. (I1149)
29 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Graves, C.A. (I1153)
30 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Graves, J. (I1160)
31 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Graves, R. (I1161)
32 All born in New York:
William Fralick, 40, 1819
Anna, 43, 1816
Ann, 14, 1845
Abram Ochman, 74, 1785 
Source (S62)
33 Also found as: Wm Kanna, and Wm Kenny Kenna, William Jr. (I212)
34 Alternate birth year is 1652 Cole, John (I237)
35 Alternate birth year is 1705 Sterry, Hannah (I236)
36 Alternate birth year: 1710 Starkweather, Mary (I230)
37 Alternate death date is 1650 Gallop, John (I247)
38 Alternate death date is 1688 Rusco, Sarah (I240)
39 Alternate marriage year is 1617 Family F100
40 Alternate Marriage year is 1723 Family F89
41 Alternate spelling for last name: Allmindinger Almendinger, Katherine (I364)
42 Ananias Averett, 26 (b. 1833)
Georgiann, 22 (b. 1837), F
?, 2 (b. 1858), F 
Source (S47)
43 Another son in the BYRD family tree is Richard Byrd (b. 1820, d. 1896)Byrd, Bright (I162)
44 Article published Jun 29, 2006 at
Genevieve Averett
Graveside services will be held at 11 a.m. Friday in Highland Cemetery for Genevieve Averett, 89, of Hattiesburg, who died June 28, 2006, at Hartford Place.
Miss Averett was a retired school teacher and member of First Baptist Church.
She was preceded in death by her parents, John and Amon Cupp Averett.
Survivors include a sister, Lorene Klutts of Natchez.
Moore Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.  
Averett, Genevieve (I499)
45 Article published Nov 18, 2005 by

Marguerite A. Barrineau
Graveside services will be held at 11:30 a.m. today at Highland Cemetery for Marguerite Averett Barrineau, 90, of Hattiesburg, who died Nov. 17, 2005, at Hattiesburg Convalescence Center.
Mrs. Barrineau was a retired teacher and a member of Temple Baptist Church.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Frank Barrineau and her parents, John F. and Amon Averett.
Survivors include two sisters, Genevieve Averett of Hattiesburg and Lorene Klutts of Natchez.
Hulett-Winstead Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. 
Averett, Marguerite (I498)
A Corporal James Kenna is listed for Company I of the 97th NY
Volunteer Infantry, 1864
Kenna, James Jr. (I48)
47 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Willette, G.D. (I5)
He legally changed his name from Ouellette to Willette 
Willette, Gilbert James (I181)
49 Birth and death dates were obtained from Miller, Keziah (I191)
50 Birth date and location found here: Hansel, Dora H. (I620)
51 Birth Date is Approximate Hewitt, Hannah (I235)
52 Birth date is approximate Lake, Hannah (Ann) (I242)
53 Birth date is approximate Rusco, Williarm (I245)
54 Birth info based on WW I draft card Ouellette, Frederick Oliver (I183)
55 Birth year is between 1623 and 1627 Cole, Henry (I239)
56 Born in Huron County Cole, Floyd Ernest (I189)
57 Buried as: Eufenlia A. Everette  Averett, Eugenia Alabama (I519)
58 BURIED AT: SITE 4932 
Kenna, William Matthew (I625)
59 Came from Gotha, Saxany in 1756 to New Jersey, near New Germantown (now Oldwick). Hansel, Hans John (I634)
60 Cause of death was diphtheria  Kenna, Jennie (I296)
61 Census data indicates her birth year could be either 1816, 1817 or 1818.
Fox, Mary (I209)
62 Certificate #245096 for Anna C. Kenna - complete file received from Includes:
- Baptisal affidavidts for William J. Kenna
- Marriage certificate James and Anna
- Birth affidavit for their children
- Friends and neighbor affidavits

References to this James Kenna and this Anna Kenna (Fralick).  

Source (S68)
63 Certificate #: 193396
Application #: 232582
Name of soldier: William Kenna
Name of dependent: Mary Kenna (mother) 
Source (S88)
64 City directories are primarily useful for locating people in a particular place and time. They can tell you generally where an ancestor lived and give an exact location for census years. They are also useful for linkage with sources other than censuses.

There are usually several parts to a city directory. The section of most interest to the genealogist, of course, is the alphabetical listing of names, for it is there that you may find your ancestor.

Whenever you use a directory, however, it is important to refer to the page showing abbreviations used in the alphabetical section of the directory, usually following the name in each entry. Some abbreviations are quite common, such as h for home or r, indicating residence. There may even be a subtle distinction between r for residents who are related to the homeowner and b for boarders who are not related.

Some city directories list adult children who lived with their parents but were working or going to school. Look for persons of the same surname residing at the same address. If analyzed and interpreted properly, these annual directories can tell you (by implication) which children belong to which household, when they married and started families of their own, and when they established themselves in business. In cases where specific occupation is given, you can search records pertinent to that occupation.

Once an ancestor has been found in a city directory, there are several ways the information can be used to gain access to, or link with, such sources as censuses, death and probate records, church records, naturalization records, and land records.

Taken from Chapter 11: Research in Directories, The Source: A Guidebook of American Genealogy by Gordon Lewis Remington; edited by Loretto Dennis Szucs and Sandra Hargreaves Luebking (Salt Lake City, UT: Ancestry Incorporated, 1997).

Source (S35)
65 Civil War pension file describes him as 5' 4", light complexion, blue eyes and brown hair. He was said to be born at East Creek, NY Kenna, Thomas Mortimer (I211)
66 Could be either 1901, 1902 or 1903. Varcoe, George Elmer (I619)
67 Could be Rourke, O'Rourke or O'Rorke Rorke, Honora L. (I295)
68 County record from: 8 MAR 1817
Provided by Cline Averett via USGenWeb archives. 
Source (S7)
69 Daughter of George Zimmerman Zimmerman, Prescilla (I791)
70 Death Certificate: 00010144 
Fralick, Anna C. (I50)
71 Death date is approximate Herrick, Sarah (I233)
72 Death date is approximate Rusco, Williarm (I245)
73 Death place Mason county Cole, Floyd Ernest (I189)
74 Death year is somewhere between 1740 and June 1743 Sterry, Hannah (I236)
75 Description:

This database is an index to individuals enumerated in the 1890 special census of Civil War Union veterans and widows of veterans available on microfilm M123 (118 rolls) from the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). Although this schedule was to be used to enumerate Union veterans, in some areas, Confederate veterans were listed as well.

The 1890 veterans schedules provided spaces for the following information: names of surviving soldiers, sailors, and marines, and widows; rank; name of regiment or vessel; date of enlistment; date of discharge, length of service; post office address; disability incurred; and remarks. Although all of this information is available on the census schedules themselves, information listed in this index includes the veteran's name or widow's name, rank, year of enlistment, and year of discharge.

Veterans schedules are often used as a partial substitute for the 1890 federal census, which was destroyed by fire. While fragments of the 1890 census may exist in state and local repositories, they are often difficult to track down and are incomplete. Although they do not list everyone who was included in the 1890 census, the veterans schedules are a partial head of household list for those who were old enough to have served in the Union military during the Civil War.

Veterans schedules can be used to verify military service and to identify the specific military unit in which a person served. A search of the state where an individual lived in 1890 may yield enough identifying information to follow up in service and pension records at the National Archives; it can often trace Civil War veterans to their places of origin.

Some of the above information was taken from Chapter 5: Research in Census Records by Loretto Dennis Szucs; edited by Loretto Dennis Szucs and Sandra Hargreaves Luebking (Salt Lake City, UT: Ancestry Incorporated, 1997).

Source Information: 1890 Veterans Schedules [database online]. Provo, Utah:, Inc., 2005. Original data: United States. Special Schedules of the Eleventh Census (1890) Enumerating Union Veterans and Widows of Union Veterans of the Civil War. M123, 118 rolls. National Archives and Records Administration, Washington D.C. 
Source (S57)
76 Died in battle Gallop, John Jr. (I241)
77 Died of scarlet fever Zeiser, Jacob (I1120)
78 Died when she fell into the fireplace at the Kenna beach house Kirschke, Cora (I1231)
79 Documentation: 1813 Putnam Co., GA Tax List; 1820, 1830 Putnam Co., GA Census, 1840, 1850, 1860, 1870 Thomas Co., GA Census, 1850 Barbour Co., AL Census, 1870, 1880 Ouachita Parish, LA Census, 1850, 1860 Russell Co., AL Census, 1870 Lafayette Co., AR Census, 1860 Sabine Parish, LA Census, 1850 Leon Co., FL Census. Copies of marriage certificates, online marriages, Cline Averett, Carol Smith, Cynthia Nieto.
Family F110
80 Documentation: 1860 Russell Co., AL Census; 1870 Lafayette Co., AR Census; 1880 Ouachita Parish, LA Census (in hh of Matthew Averett, Sr.); 1900 Stonewall Co., TX Census; 1910, 1920, 1930 Harmon Co., OK Census. Jasper is in the hh of Bunyan R. Johnson as a cousin in the 1930 Stonewall Co., TX Census. Their mother's were sisters. This is an on-going project and corrections/additions will be appreciated. Looking for pictures of any of these folks. Submitted to the AL FGS Project 29 Jun 2006.
Family F209
81 DOCUMENTATION: Children's names and dates of birth taken from Census records and the names of some spouses. 1860 Dale Co., AL Census; 1870, 1880 Ouachita Parish, LA Census; 1900, 1910, 1920, 1930 Washington Co., AL Census, 1930 Choctaw Co. ,AL Census, 1930 Mobile Co., AL Census. WW I Draft Registration; SSDI, AL Death Index, MS Marriage Records, AL Marriage Records. Thank you Jean Cupp Plummer for pointing me in the right direction. Personal research done by the submitter and sent to the AL FGS Project 14 Jul 2006.
Family F222
82 DOCUMENTATION: Copies of Estate papers of Wilson B. Averett; copy of Estate papers of David Averett and Elizabeth Averett; copies of Marriage Certificates, letters written to Edwin Newton Averett from Evelyn Corcoran, Exa Olive and Roberta Hollis. 1850, 1860 Russell Co., AL Census; 1870 Ouachita Parish Census and Lafayette Co., AR Census; 1880 Ouachita Parish, LA Census, 1900, 1910 Russell Co., AL Census; 1910, 1920, 1930 Harmon Co., OK Census. Bible records and tombstone inscriptions.
Updated and submitted to AL FGS Project 8 Jun 2006.  
Family F164
83 DOCUMENTATION: 1880 Ouachita Parish, LA Census; 1900, 1910, 1920 Washington Co., AL Census; 1920, 1930 George Co., MS Census; online marriage records, SSDI, 1930 Lamar Co., MS Census, "Hattiesburg American."
NOTES: Researched by the submitter and sent to the LA FGS Project 27 May 2005. Updated/Corrected 16 Jul 2006 and sent to LA FGS Project.
From Geneva. 
Family F194
Senior Medical Officer of St. Elizabeth Hospital There
Specialist in Psychiatry

WASHINGTON, July 2, 1935 Dr. William M. Kenna, senior medical officer of St. Elizabeth Hospital, maintained for the care of mentally disturbed soldiers, died here yesterday of a heart attack. He was found dead in his office soon after he had completed visiting the wards.

A funeral service will be held tomorrow morning in the Roman Catholic Church at Fort Myer and burial with military honors will take place in Arlington National Cemetery.

Dr. Kenna, a native of New Haven, Connecticut, was graduated from the Sheffield Scientific School of Yale in 1890 and from the Yale Medical School in 1892. After hospital service in New York, he became a specialist in nervous disorders in New Haven. When, in 1897, Company C, Second Regiment, Connecticut National Guard, was organized, Dr. Kenna became First Lieutenant, serving three years. During the World War, he was attached to Camp Sheridan, Ninth Division, Montgomery, Alabama, with the rank of Captain with the Medical Corps, specializing in psychiatry. After being honorably discharged the commanding officer gave him the rating on his discharge certificate as a highly efficient officer of the highest type. He then became attached to the medical staff at St. Elizabeth Hospital.

His first wife was Miss Jane Dillon of New Haven, who died in 1907. In 1919 he married Bertha Graves of New Haven who survives. He also leaves a sister, Elizabeth Kenna of the Secretary of State office, Hartford, and a brother, Frank Kenna of New Haven. KENNA, WILLIAM M
DATE OF DEATH: 07/01/1935
Kenna, William Matthew (I625)
85 Edward Kenna, 23 (M)
Mary Kenna, 23 (F)
Willie, 3 (M) - twin
Charles, 3 (M) - twin 
Source (S77)
86 Email: Repository (REPO4)
87 Fair hair and complexion with blue eyes and 5' 7.5" tall at age 21. This according to his Civil War muster roll card. Kenna, James Jr. (I48)
88 Family friends?: Henry Clay Hall (known since 1872) and William H. Abbott testified that Anna had not remarried after the death of James. Fralick, Anna C. (I50)
89 Family information for Matthew and Sarah was dervied from 1880 Census information, see source record S21Averett, Matthew Jr. (I198)
90 Father F. Francis and Paster A. P. Ludden. Sponsored by ? Kenna and Margaret Kenna. Kenna, William James (I42)
91 Find a grave page: Stewart, Myrtle Louisa (I374)
92 Find a grave page: Almendinger, Katherine (I364)
93 Find a Grave page: Kenna, Thomas Mortimer (I211)
94 Find a grave page: Kenna, William Sr. (I210)
95 Find a grave page: Kenna, Kenneth W. (I368)
96 Find a grave page:
Kenna, William Henry (I358)
97 Find a Grave page: Kenna, Charles Francis (I359)
98 Find a grave page: Fox, Mary (I209)
99 Find a grave page: Steele, Jenny Elizabeth (I363)
100 Find a Grave Page: Kenna, Margaret (I299)
101 Find a grave URL:
Kenna, Robert N. (I372)
102 Find a grave: Kenna, Roger (I614)
103 Find a grave: Kenna, Janet Elizabeth (I615)
104 Find a grave:
Kenna, Robert Jack (I56)
105 Find a grave: Fox, William (I1245)
106 Find a Grave: Graves, Ezekiel (I1282)
107 Find a grave:  Kinney, Vertie May (I1204)
108 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Kenna, G.T. (I1105)
109 Find-a-grave: O'Brien, Margaret (I1203)
110 First name alternate: Seely Averett, Cealy (I267)
111 First name Evalina? Watkins, Avaline Ann (I123)
112 For more on sponsors at a Catholic baptism see this website:
Source (S91)
113 Formerly called Old Saint Mary's Repository (REPO3)
114 Frederick's death notice is in:
Democrat and Chronicle
(Rochester, New York)
20 Apr 1934, Fri . Page 22

OUELLETE-Entered into rest Wednesday, Apr. 18, 1934, Frederick O. Ouellette at his home, 70 Edmund Street. He leaves to mourn his loss, two sons, Gilbert J. and Frederick G. and one daughter, Viola R. Ouellette and four sisters and three brothers.
-The body will rest at The Peter's Funeral Home, 1511 Dewey Avenue from where the funeral will take place Saturday morning at 9;30 o'clock and at the Church of the Sacred Heart at 10 o'clock. Interment in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. 
Ouellette, Frederick Oliver (I183)
115 From Gazetteer and Business Directory of Herkimer County, N.Y. 1869-70
Published by Hamilton Child & Co., Syracuse, NY 1869 
Source (S63)
116 From Susan B.: Emily accused William of "associating with lewd women." Emily filed for divorce on 26 September 1907 for adultery discovered in 1906. But the big mystery is that the divorce case was dismissed before the day of the final decree. Cook County archives cannot find any continuation but they say it may be misfiled. Family F10
117 Full title is: "Decendants [sic] of Richard Byrd, Rebecca Norman, Mary Jane Vinson : their families from Alabama to New Mexico via Texas" Source (S119)
118 Gallia County Family F62
119 Go here for my current list of headstones for this cemetery. Source (S55)
120 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Kenna, D. (I32)
121 Grave: Cole, Thomas Jr. (I225)
122 Grave: Graves, Bela (I1274)
123 Harry C. Kenna, age 32
Dorothy J. Kenna (wife), age 30
Charles, age 8
Robert N., age 7
Kathleen M., age 4 11/12 
Source (S86)
124 He is a naturalized citizen according to the 1855 census Fox, Thomas (I576)
125 Heart attack Ouellette, Frederick Oliver (I183)
126 His death certificate says he was born May 6, 1850. Kenna, John (I301)
127 Repository (REPO2)
128 Murray, Thomas A. (I1053)
129 Silverthorn, Essie (I801)
130 Kirschke, Cora (I1231)
Source (S118)
132 Repository (REPO8)
Source (S120)
134 Hunting For Bears, comp.. Georgia Marriages, 1699-1944 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2004. Original data: Georgia marriage information taken from county courthouse records. Many of these records were extracted from copies of the original records in microfilm, microfiche, or book format, located at the Family History Library.
About Georgia Marriages, 1699-1944
This database contains marriage information from selected areas of the State of Georgia, USA, from 1699-1944. Information that may be found in this database for each individual includes their name, spouse's name, marriage date and location, and where to locate copies of the original marriage record.

For more information about this database, click here.
This database contains marriage information from selected areas of Georgia from 1699-1944. For a complete list of which counties are included in this index, see below. Please note that not all counties are included. Information that may be found in this database for each individual includes their name, spouse's name, marriage date and location, and where to locate copies of the original marriage record. Marriage records are great sources for genealogists because they document an individual in a particular place and time as well as provide details about that person's marriage.

It is important that you use the information found in this database to locate your ancestor in the original records that this index references. Usually more information is available in the records themselves than is found in an index. For example, marriage records sometimes provide the birth dates and places of the bride and groom, their parents' names, their addresses, and witnesses' names, in addition to the information found in this index.

This collection represents information originating on courthouse marriage licenses in various Georgia counties. While the original records that this collection references may be found at the county courthouses, copies of these records may be found on microfilm at the Family History Library (FHL) in Salt Lake City or the state archives.

Counties and years included in this database:

Baldwin (1801-1879)
Bartow (1800-1861)
Bibb (1821-1863)
Bleckley (1913-1941)
Brooks (1859-1895)
Bryan (1865-1889)
Bullock (1796-1923)
Butts (1822-1870)
Camden (1796-1896)
Carroll (1815-1862)
Chatham (1805-1896)
Cherokee (1840-1863)
Clarke (1804-1848)
Clayton (1859-1882)
Columbia (1787-1863)
Coweta (1803-1895)
Crawford (1823-1858)
De Kalb (1840-1863)
Decatur (1822-1899)
Dooly (1831-1891)
Effingham (1815-1850)
Elbert (1803-1877)
Emanuel (1809-1944)
Fayette (1823-1850)
Floyd (1834-1883)
Forsyth (1830-1848)
Franklin (1795-1868)
Fulton (1829-1865)
Gilmer (1834-1871)
Glynn (1818-1867)
Gordon (1864-1870)
Greene (1786-1943)
Gwinnett (1827-1838)
Hall (1819-1832)
Hancock (1798-1889)
Harris (1821-1942)
Henry (1820-1851)
Irwin (1827-1879)
Jackson (1805-1857)
Jasper (1808-1859)
Jefferson (1802-1919)
Johnson (1839-1880)
Jones (1807-1880)
Laurens (1809-1861)
Liberty (1739-1865)
Lincoln (1806-1850)
Lumpkin (1833-1852)
Macon (1853-1880)
Madison (1812-1850)
Marion (1840-1867)
Monroe (1824-1850)
Montgomery (1807-1851)
Morgan (1808-1869)
Murray (1831-1865)
Muscogee (1820-1859)
Newton (1822-1899)
Oglethorpe (1701-1898)
Paulding (1833-1873)
Pike (1823-1859)
Pulaski (1800-1899)
Putnam (1807-1850)
Randolph (1836-1839)
Richmond (1773-1874)
Screven (1815-1850)
Stewart (1823-1864)
Sumter (1830-1867)
Talbot (1803-1844)
Taliaferro (1800-1888)
Tattnall (1802-1845)
Telfair (1810-1867)
Terrell (1826-1865)
Troup (1829-1857)
Union (1829-1857)
Upson (1701-1867)
Walton (1820-1882)
Warren (1699-1805)
Washington (1824-1857)
Wayne (1809-1880)
Whitfield (1855-1861)
Wilkes (1791-1865)
Wilkinson (1811-1883) 
Source (S94)
135 Husband's name derived from 1850 Russell Co., AL Census Family F219
136 Immigration Record
Name: William Kenna
Arrival Date: Jun 14, 1837
Age: 23
Gender: M
Port of Arrival: New York
Port of Departure: Liverpool
Place of Origin: Ireland
Occupation: Farmer (may have been one in Ireland? Typo?)
Destination: United States of America
Ship: Ship Troy
Microfilm Serial Number: M237
Microfilm Roll Number: 34
Microfilm List #458, page 4
Kenna, William Sr. (I210)
137 Individual Record on Averett, Jasper (I252)
Could be spelled Emilie
She may be listed in the Little Falls May 1917 Phone Book here:
Kenna Mrs E, r, 560 E John Lttl Fls 614-W 
Geiger, Emily (I43)
139 Information from here (unverified): Family F453
140 Information from: Family F231
141 Information on the marriage and children came from a user submitted family tree on Family F476
142 Information source: Family F103
143 James Kana and Mary O'Roark testified on 12 Jan 1878 that they were present at his birth. Kenna, William Jr. (I212)
144 James Kanna, 60
Hanora, 50
John, 23
Hanora, 22
Michael, 20
Thomas, 18
Katie, 14
Edward, 10 
Source (S70)
145 James Kanna, Jr, 30
Ann Kanna, 25
Wm Kanna, 3 (M)
Jane Kanna, 1 (F)
Thomas Murray, 50 (M)
Ann Fralick, 60 (F) - Ann's mother
Enumerated 7 JUN 1870 
Source (S60)
146 James Kanoy, 50 (M)
Hannah, 43 (F)
Margaret, 22 (F)
James, 20 (M)
William, 18 (M)
John, 16 (M)
Honora, 15 (F)
Michael, 10 (M)
Thomas, 8 (F)
Ellen, 7 (F)
Catherine, 5 (F)
Edward, 3 (M) 
Source (S69)
147 James Kenna, 40
Anna Kenna, 34, wife
Willis J., 13, son
Street: Second
Enumerated 4 JUN 1880
165th Family enumerated 
Source (S42)
148 James Kenna, 69
Hanora Kenna, 60 (wife)
John Kenna, 30 (son)
Kate Kenna, 22 (daughter)
Margaret Kelley, 7 (granddaughter) 
Source (S67)
149 James Kenna, b. 1839
Kate Kenna, b. 1843
Wm L (William?) Kenna, b. 1863
Thomas Kenna, b. 1866
Walter Kenna, b. 1868
Sarah Lannigan, b. 1841 (possibly Kate's Sister?) 
Source (S41)
150 James W. Kenna, b. Jul 1837
William Kenna (son), b. Dec 1862
Thomas Kenna (son), b. Sep 1866
Walter H (son), b. Jun 1868
Catherine F (daughter), b. Apr 1878 
Source (S40)
151 James, 34 (M)
Margaret, 12 (F)
James, 9 (M)
William, 8 (M)
John, 5, (M)
Honora, 3 (F)
Michael, 1 (M)
John Canolly, 13 (M)
Brian Rourke, 21 (M)
Honora Kenna, 30 (F)
Margaret Kenna, 14 (F) 
Source (S75)
152 John Averett is probably his father - not certain. Averett, Matthew Sr. (I145)
153 Last name could be spelled "Roberts" Robberts, Mary Emily (I20)
154 Last name could be spelled 'Reade' Read, Mary Margaret (I250)
155 Last name could be spelled Hays Hayes, Martha Jane (I40)
156 Last name eventually changed to Hansler Hansel, Jacob S. (I753)
157 Last name is spelled Cliatt in 'Georgia Marriages to 1850' source. Cliett, William R. (I206)
158 Letter of administration on file in Herkimer Co., NY appoints a John P. Murphy of Utica, NY as the administrator of Thomas Kenna's estate. The letter is dated 3 Aug 1917, so Thomas Kenna most likely died a few days before. Kenna, Thomas (I304)
159 Letters by his son Roswell and the Washington State Death Index database backup his date and place of death. Kenna, William James (I42)
160 Lived in New York, NY 1869 to 1870 Kenna, Thomas Mortimer (I211)
161 Lived in Norfolk, VA 1868 to 1869 Kenna, Thomas Mortimer (I211)
162 Marriage date is approximate Family F94
163 Marriage year is approximate Family F93
164 Married 8-May-1876 by the Rev. C. F. A. Bielby Source (S64)
165 Married at the bride's house Family F142
166 Married by Rev. C. F. A. Beilby Family F117
167 Married by Rev. C.F.A. Bielby Family F143
168 Married by Rev. Father Francis at St. Mary's Church Family F239
169 Married by Rev. John W. Dunning Family F494
170 Married in a Protestant church. Reinhold may have been "disowned" by his family for marrying outside the church. Family F424
171 Mary E. Graves, 57 (divorced)
Daniel C. Graves, 18
Thomas F. Graves, 11
Georgia M. Graves, 8
Frank R. Graves, 5 
Source (S83)
172 Matthew Averett Jr., 20 (b. 1830), Georgia
Sarah, 20 (b. 1830), Georgia
William Averett, 45 (b. 1805), Georgia
Susan, 35 (b. 1815), Georgia
Marion, 18 (b. 1832), Male, Georgia
Anenias/Ananias, 15 (b. 1834), Male, Georgia
Jasper, 12 (b. 1838), Male, Georgia 
Source (S45)
173 Matthew Averett, 32 (b. 1827)
Sarah, 31 (b. 1828)
Marion, 8 (b. 1851)
Danie, 6 (b. 1853)
Seely, 5 (b. 1854)
Newton, 2 (b. 1857)
Matthew, 5/12 (b.1859) 
Source (S48)
174 Matthew Averett, 65 (b. 1785), Georgia
Keziah, 60 (b. 1790), Georgia
Washington, 21 (b. 1829), Georgia
Martha, 25 (b. 1825), Alabama
Source (S44)
175 Merchant Marine in WW II; his ship was torpedoed Averett, Earnest Linwood (I411)
176 Moved to New Haven, Conn 1870 Kenna, Thomas Mortimer (I211)
177 Myrtle Hill Memorial Park
4002 N 50th St
Tampa, FL
Kenna, Roswell Edward Jr. (I2)
Graves, Frank Ruskin (I37)
179 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Kenna, K.E. (I8)
180 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Kenna, A.N. (I9)
181 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Kenna, V.A. (I7)
Graves, Fred Thomas (I35)
183 Newton and Elizabeth are in the 1880 Columbia Co., AR Census with dau Sarah E. McClendon age 1 in hh, shown as step-dau to Newton Tucker.
Family F205
184 Notes and Sources From G. Averett: 1860 Dale Co., AL Census, 1870, Ouachita Parish, LA Census; 1900
Russell Co., AL Census; 1910, 1920, 1930 Jackson Co., FL Census. Online
marriages records, visits to cemeteries where some are buried, online
cemeteries, Newton Averett and Sarah Louise Averett's family pages of their
Bible; a son and daughter of Mary Magdalene Averett, my late father, Woodrow
Wilson Averett, a late uncle, Edwin Newton Averett and a living uncle. Personal
research by me and sent to he Fl FGS Project 17 May 2006.
Family F146
185 Notes from Susan B.: Antonia appears as Emily Gager in the 1880 Census at 462 9th Avenue in Manhattan. The corresponding New York City Directory entries with this same address confirm this is Antonia. She is described as a 30 year old widow from Baden, working as housekeeper for Jacob Conrad and family.
Antonia was actually 37, but it is likely another person in the building gave the information. Jacob does not work because he has a broken back. His two daughters work in a silk factory. Three other families live in the building. One man owns a bakery and also has a servant, there is a painter and family and a Peter Arnold and family who is an upholsterer. Perhaps Antonia obtained this position from a business associate of her late husband. This building was located near the corner of 9th Avenue and 36th Street, near today's Lincoln Tunnel. However Antonia's children William and Emily are not mentioned as living at this address. At age 11 and 10 - did they go to stay with Geiger relatives? The New York city directory 1880 to
1882 lists "Geiger, Antonia, wid. Christian" at this address. 
Zeiser, Antoinette (I54)
186 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F422
187 Obit:

St. Petersburg Times (FL) - December 1, 1990
Deceased Name: KENNA , OLIVE JANE
KENNA, OLIVE JANE, 91, of Tampa, died Friday (Nov. 30, 1990) at South Bay Hospital, Sun City. She was born in Shasta County, Calif., and came here in 1913 from Olympia, Wash. She was a homemaker and a member of Seminole Presbyterian Church. Survivors include a son, Roswell E. Jr., Sun City; a brother, Frank R. ""Buster'' Graves, Gibsonton; and five grandsons. F. T. Blount Funeral Home, Nebraska Chapel, Tampa.
Graves, Olive Jane (I18)
188 Obit:
Elder Fred Averett, Jr., 85, of Level Plains, Alabama, passed away June
21, 2018. Fred was born to Fred and Euna Byrd Averett in Dale County,
Alabama, on June 22, 1932. He graduated from Coffee County High School in
1950 and worked for 42 years with maintenance contractors at Fort Rucker,
Alabama. He was a member of Enterprise Primitive Baptist Church and served
as a dedicated pastor for 60 years. His unwavering faith led him through an
exemplary and blessed life.

Fred was a devoted and loving husband to Hannah Faye (Parker) Averett for
52 years, and they raised three children together until her death in 2005.
Fred married his lovely wife Bettye in 2006, and they shared 12 years
together spending time with family and friends.

Fred is preceded in death by his late wife Hannah Faye and his sister
Myra Wilson.

He is survived by his wife Bettye Averett, his daughter Nancy (Michael)
Long of Banks, Alabama, his son Robert A. ?Bob? (Frissee) Averett of
Auburn, Alabama, his daughter Stephanie (Randy) Huff of Adams, Tennessee,
and his stepchildren Steve Adkinson (Charlotte) Opp, Alabama, Rick
Adkinson, Enterprise, Alabama, and Donna (Tim) Bullard, Coffee Springs,
Alabama. He also is survived by five grandchildren, Dr. Jackson Reynolds,
Grayson Asire, Hannah Kate, Parker, and Ryder Averett, his brothers Charles
Don (Morine) Averett, Jim (Mickey) Averett, his brother-in-law Homer
Wilson, and many much loved in-laws, nieces and nephews in both his Averett
family and his Parker family.

The funeral service will be held June 24 at 2:00 p.m. at Searcy Funeral

The family would like to thank the staffs of Wynnwood Oaks Assisted
Living and DaySpring Hospice, as well as his devoted sitters, for their
loving care. 
Averett, Fred Austin Jr. (I1193)
189 Obit: Following from The Dothan Eagle, Dothan AL, 8/24/2006: "Mr Walter C "Walt" Averett, of Averett Road, Enterprise, went to be with the Lord on Tuesday, August 22, 2006, at the family residence with his family by his side. . He was 83. Funeral services will be at 1 p.m. Friday from The Level Plains Baptist Church with Dr. Sam Tate and the Rev. Roger Stone officiating. Burial will follow in the church cemetery. The body will be placed in the church one hour before service time. The family will receive friends at the funeral home Thursday from 6 to 8 p.m. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Covenant Hospice 208 Brunson St., Enterprise AL36330, or the First Baptist Church in Level Plains, 8189 County Road 1, Enterprise AL, 36330. Mr Averett was born Oct. 20, 1922, in dale Co AL to the late Bryant Shelly and Carrie S Byrd Averett.. He was a U S Navy Veteran of World War II and the South Pacific. He was also a graduate of Troy State University and a life member of the Elks Club in California. He was a member of the First Baptist Church of Level Plains. In addition to his parents, a sister, Louise Chalker; two brothers, Jr Averett and Gene Averett; and a grandson, Warren Day, preceded him in death. Survivors include his loving wife Clo Averett, Level Plains; two devoted daughters, Teresa Averett, Level Plains, and Linda Day of Kansas; one son, Tommy Averett, California; two brothers, Charles Averett (Betty), Level Plains, Dill Averett (Maude), Montgomery; sister-in-law, Maxie Averett, Level Plains; ten grandchildren. Sabrina Day, Brandi and Tanner Day, all of Kansas, Shellie, Bryan and Amy of California; Erik, Ann, Korie and Deanna of California, ten great-grandchildren; numerous nieces and nephews; and a good many neighbors and friends. The family wishes to express their thanks to Covenant Hospice as well as their entire church family for their love and support, May God bless each of you. Patterson-Sorrells Funeral Home in Enterprise (334) 347-9598, is in charge of arrangements." 
Averett, Walter Clinton (I580)
190 Obit:
Averett, George Lorenz (I407)
191 Obituary information says she immigrated from Ireland in 1837 and places her birth around 1815 or 1816. Fox, Mary (I209)
192 Obtained from (unverified): Family F420
193 Olive Graves - The age and orgin information is wrong, probably because the landlord provided the information. Source (S84)
194 or 20 May 1852 Graves, Rachel (I1309)
195 or 20 May 1852 Graves, Rachel (I1309)
196 or Andrews Andrus, Olive Jane (I1137)
197 or Asahel Graves, Rachel (I1309)
198 Per the 1890 New York City Phone book, she could be the same person as this listing:
Geiger Antonia, wid. Christian, 120 W. 47th 
Zeiser, Antoinette (I54)
199 Phone: 315.823.0643 Repository (REPO4)
200 Photocopy of the book pp 616-618. Includes the text of Matthew Averett's (1785-1857) estate settlement in probate. Source (S5)

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