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Re: William Avery FISK Nov 11, 1805 VT
Posted by: Howard M. Vail (ID *****5098) Date: April 07, 2002 at 10:45:58
In Reply to: William Avery FISK Nov 11, 1805 VT by Linda Chandler of 750

No clue in the Fiske genealogy as to William's parents. No Button's in index, no Avery early enough to be a any value.
Checked all applicable pages in book (children listings -born around 1790 to 1810). A number of branches settled in Vermont, some only for a short time. My own Fiske line was in Danby (nothing there). If your reference was to Rutland County rather than City of Rutland, think Clarendon (which is next town south of Rutland) is your best bet to check. The Rutland County board (genforum) maybe a place to look. Query #303 gives a web site that you might search for the Town Clerk's address, etc. Also check the name Fish. In the 1790 census there was an Eben Fisk in Brandon.
The only other Fiskes there that early were the 2 older brothers of my Benjamin (Reuben and Benoni) they were both listed in the census as "Fish"


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