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NL Avery's Will, A Mystery, HELP
Posted by: Barbara Avery (ID *****1790) Date: March 09, 2008 at 15:28:43
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Hello,
Could someone help?
I am trying to find out how/when Hamilton King Avery's dad, Norman Le Noir Avery wound up in Mineral Wells, Texas, and died there in 1907. Why was he there? Was he sick? Traveling? Can anybody help me find out about getting a copy of his will and a marriage certificate? I feel he must have had property so there must be records. I believe I have discovered his tombstone in Memphis, where he was born. His wife, Minnie Fisher Pullen, died in Memphis in 1929, and I have not discovered another marriage for her, so I do not know if she went with him and returned or they separated or what. He was 54 and she 72. It is a mystery.
Would love contact with relatives! Tall tales welcome.

Norman LeNoir Avery 1853 - 1907
b: 01 Jan 1853 Memphis, Tennessee
d: 09 Sep 1907 Mineral Wells, Texas
+Minerva Fisher Pullen 1856 - 1929
b: 25 Dec 1856 Richmond, Virginia
m: 03 Nov 1875 Memphis, Tennessee
d: 04 Jan 1929 Memphis, Tennessee
Their son
..Hamilton King Avery I 1876 - 1937
b: 07 Aug 1876 Memphis, Tennessee
d: 06 Feb 1937 New Orleans, Louisiana
+Alice Josephine Daigle 1881 - 1971
b: 19 Mar 1881 Theriot, Louisiana
m: 11 Dec 1901 Houma, Louisiana
d: 17 Aug 1971 New Orleans, Louisiana

I am a direct descendant of Hamilton King Avery I
Thank you for any help
Regards,
Barbara


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