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AVERY Harley Evander (I26865)
WEST William J. (I16213)
WEST William (I16212)
CARLSSON Eric (I7370)
AVERILL Harrison Henry (I3511)
AVERELL Melvin (I1423)
Posted June 4, 2006

Stanley A.R. Wilke

Stanley A.R. Wilke, 79, of Merrill died Saturday, June 3, 2006, under the care of Aspirus Comfort Care and Hospice Services at his residence.

He was born June 15, 1926, in the town of Scott, son of the late Henry and Bertha (Barz) Wilke. He married Arlene Tesch on Aug. 20, 1949, in the town of Maine. She survives.

Stanley was a dairy farmer all of his life until retiring in 1994. He was a member of Faith Lutheran Church in the town of Maine where he had served as a deacon. Stanley enjoyed watching the Green Bay Packers, listening to polka music, reading and was a great admirer of Frank Lloyd Wright. Stanley studied architectural design at Northcentral Technical College.

Survivors include his wife, Arlene Wilke, Merrill; one son, Brian (Mary) Wilke, Merrill; two daughters, Deborah (Wally) Leuenberger and Devon (Brian) Kleinschmidt, all of Merrill; one sister, Elaine (Don) Kay, Downey, Calif.; three grandchildren, Seth, Caila and Nicole Wilke, all of Merrill; one great-granddaughter, Skylie Wilke of Merrill; one nephew, Terry Kay, Montana; and one special niece, Cheryll (Carl) Olson, Cerritos, Calif. He was preceded in death by his parents.

Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday, June 6, 2006, at Waid Funeral Home, Merrill, with the Rev. Steven Anderson officiating. Burial will be in Scott Cemetery, town of Scott. Friends may call from 9 a.m. until service time Tuesday at the funeral home.

The family requests memorials be given to Aspirus Comfort Care and Hospice Services or the charity of your choice. 
WILKE Stanley A. R. (I16789)
U.S. Army Personnel and Dependent Casualties, 1961-1981
about Jerry D Levitt

Jerry D Levitt

Birth Date:


Caucasian (White)

Latter Day Saints-Mormon

Casualty Country:
United States and Territory

Casualty Category:
Non-battle Dead

Casualty Status:
Non-hostile Dead: Died Out-right (current), No Previous Report (previous)

Casualty Date:
25 Dec 1970

Cause of Death:
Not Booby Trap Connected: Intentionally Self-inflicted; Other Causes (includes Animal Attack, Lightning, Electrocution, Malnutrition, Thirst, Exposure (heat Or Cold), Collapsing Structure/falling Debris, Fall (parachute Or Otherwise), Assault By Human Without Weapon, Non-drug Poisoning (including Snake Bite).

Report Date:
27 Dec 1970

Military Occupation:
Light Weapons Infantry (army)

Personnel Catagory:
Active Duty Army

Military Class:
Enlisted Personnel


LEAVITT Jerry Dean (I22661)
9 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. PORTER Benjamin Sterling (I13810)
10 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. PORTER Matthew Hyrum (I13820)
11 !Husband: Ingerman Pedersen death date: 12 May 1972
!King Co. WA Marriage Cert. #8935. 
PETERSON Sylvia Ellen (I13598)
12 !Wash State Cert. of Death File #8343
State of WA Affidavid of Birth filed 12 May 1941. Birth cert. states father's and mother's age at Vic's birth: both 26

!State of WA, Kitsap Co. Marriage Cert. No. 10643

Obituary: Gig Harbor- Funeral services for Victor Fagerud, Jr. of Olalla, who died at his home Saturday, will be held Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. in Olalla Lutheran church under the direction of Pendleton & Gilchrist of Port
Orchard. Burial will be at Fraola cemetery. He was born at Olalla June 9, 1890, and had lived in that community all his life. He was a fisherman, member of the Olalla Community club, and Modern Woodmen of America. He is survived by his wife, Edith; father, Victor Fagerud, and two brothers, Andrew and Frederick, of Olalla. 
FAGERUD Victor M., Jr. (I8975)
13 "a splendid man in every respect;" lived at Evansville, Ind.; d. unm RIGGS Edward (I14201)
14 "Alabama Deaths and Burials, 1881–1952." Index. FamilySearch, Salt Lake City, Utah, 2009, 2010. Index entries derived from digital copies of original and compiled records. Source (S783)
15 "Connecticut Deaths and Burials, 1772–1934." Index. FamilySearch, Salt Lake City, Utah, 2009, 2010. Index entries derived from digital copies of original and compiled records. Source (S698)
16 "He came to Pulaski after his father's death to visit his brother Henry; he had two sons with him; one was named Benjamin; they were on their way to Ohio to make a home. My father (Ephraim) never heard from them again." - A. A. AVERILL Nathaniel (I4909)
17 "History of Amherst NH 1907" They had eight kids and he was a soldier of the Revolution. also the date of death july 9th not the 6.
Settled in Mont Vernon in 1761 
LOVEJOY Joseph (I11930)
18 "History of Mont Vernen NH 1907" Never married BRADFORD Huldah (I6864)
19 "History of Mont Vernen NH 1907" says the Enos died of a disease of the throat which prevented him for swallowing food. He settled near his father in Mont Vernon. BRADFORD Enos (I6859)
20 "History of Mont Vernen NH 1907" They moved to Antrim 1783 BOUTELL Reuben, Jr. (I6814)
21 "History of Mont Vernon NH 1907" was from Mount Vernon according to that book " He settled on the farm, southeast of Mont Vernon Village, now owned by estate of E. C. Flanders LAMSON John L. (I11474)
22 "I Jno. Tid seinr of Woburne Towne in the County of Middlesex, Taylor, being in good & perfect memory, make this my last Will and testamt in forme and manner following renouncing all formr Wills by me made. Dated the 9th of the 2d. mo. 1656. Item. I Will & bequeath Allice my beloved Wife the house wherein I now dwell together with all the land and orchard thereunto belonging as also one Cow and twelve bushels of Wheate Rie and Indian, of each a like proporccon provided shee shall enjoy the house and land until the day of her death or Six years after her next manage, provided it be kept in good repaire, and then to come and remaine to my 3 grand Children, Benjamin Savell, Hannah Savell and my Sonne Samuels Daughter equal between them, as also I give my wife all my household stuffe shee brought with her. It. I give to my two grand Children Jno. & Samuel Savel, Twenty shillings to either of them. It. I ordaine my two Daughters Mary and Elizabeth to be the Executours of this my last Will and testament. It. I give to my beloved wife Allice one hog of a yeare old, & one bedstead, & shred* Coverlett. [*The original will has evidently perished and the record became defaced, the latter was copied and the writing is clear. This word is plainly "shred" and apparently could not be read by the copyist. It was probably a thred (thread) coverlet.] Edward Johnson Witness; Jno. Tid Memr. I the above named Jno. Tid Senior do give to my son John the vallue of five pounds to be payed within two years after my decease by my Executrixes, and further that my Executrixes shal bestow forty shillings on the most needful repairs of my now dwelling house and further my Will is that my Sonne Savell shall keep the porccons bequeathed to my GrandChildren till they come of age assuming my son Samuels Daughters [sic], as his owne. It. I give to my two Grand Children Thomas ffuller and Jno. Kendall Sixteen accrs of land lately purchased of Thomas Chamberline equally to be divided between them, and one parcell of meadow lying in step Rocke to be divided between them also. And my further Will is the parcell of meadow lying in Maple meadow shall go with my house... Entred & recorded the 10th of the 9th mo 1656." Thomas Fuller Jr., presented to the Court the last will and testament of John Tid deceased together with an inventory of his estate. (Middlesex Co. Ct. Files; Middlesex Probate, 22580.)  Sgt TIDD John, Sr. (I35725)
23 "Iowa Births and Christenings, 1830–1950." Index. FamilySearch, Salt Lake City, Utah, 2009, 2010. Index entries derived from digital copies of original and compiled records. Source (S635)
24 "left two children." All d. at Whitefield. AVERY Arletta (I5935)
25 "Michigan Births and Christenings, 1775–1995." Index. FamilySearch, Salt Lake City, Utah, 2009, 2010. Index entries derived from digital copies of original and compiled records. Source (S622)
26 "Michigan Deaths and Burials, 1800–1995." Index. FamilySearch, Salt Lake City, Utah, 2009, 2010. Index entries derived from digital copies of original and compiled records. Source (S623)
27 "New Hampshire Marriage Records 1637–1947." Index. FamilySearch, Salt Lake City, Utah, 2011. “New Hampshire Statewide Marriage Records 1637–1947,” database, FamilySearch, 2009. New Hampshire Bureau of Vital Records. “Marriage Records.” New Hampshire Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics, Concord. Source (S688)
28 "Samuel Averill; time of service unknown, private, Capt. Elkanah Day's Company, Major Joel Hoesington. Aug 1776, residence unknown"
N.B. --Westminster men were under Capt & Major Elkanah Day during the war and as "Samuel Averie" who also lived at Westminster (Groton Averys, No 41 pg 565), is accounted for, and was never called Averill, and as are records are quite complete as to Samuels of our stock , we conclude there can be no doubt that this record is of the above Samuel Averill - Clara Avery
He lived in Westminster, Plymouth, Randolph and Brookfield, VT
in Randolph, Orange Co, VT - land transfers recorded vol 4 pg 368 and vol 5 pg 273

married second a widow, Mrs. Washburn

1790 Westminster 1 under 16, 6 females

Randolph, Orange, VT land transfers
Vol. 4. Samuel Averill, grantee, and Dudley Chae as trustee of Orange Co. Grammar School property, grantor of said school lnads (both parties of Randolph), which Samuel as lessee, is to have “as long as wood grows and water runs,” provided he keeps up the rent of twelve dollars annually on the twenty five acres leased.
Instrument dated April 26, 1809, and signed by Dudley Chace, Samuel Averill.

Vol. 5. An Indenture between Samuel Averill and William Nutting, both of Randolph, in which Samuel sublets to sd Nutting the above twenty-five acres of school lands, under the same conditions as those exacted for his own lease. Date of Instrument May 1, 1812, and signed by both parties. William Nutting, Samuel Averill
Wit’s Dudley Chace, Tim Baylies

+Mr. Martin, of The Congregationalist, Boston, having rec’d from the Compiler’s amanuensis, Miss A.E.B., a note relative to the following verse in Molly Barnes’ bible (printed 1732)
“Mollie Barnes is my name,
English is my nation,
Concord is my dwelling place,
Christ is my Salvation.”
Put the query in the “Corner” of The Congregationalist, Dec. 15, 1900, about the origin of this verse about the name. This led to a long and very interesting sampler story! After it was published, the Concord MA Antiquary, Mr. Geo. Tolman, wrote him that he thought Molly was a Barron, as the names (Barnes and Barron) were interchangeable, and there was some connection between the Barrons and Averills. To this the Ed. Replied that Mollie’s son Samuel Averill had a daughter called “Mollie Barnes” Averill, who d. 1851, and who thought that Barnes was her Mother’s surname, though that does not prove that it was not originally Barron.

DAR Application served under Capt Elkanah Day and Capt Joseph Hatch, Maj. Joel Hoisington
AVERILL Samuel (I5314)
29 "Settled on a farm in Penn." He was prob. the Nathan Averill, private in Conn. Militia, War of 1812, Place not shown; Commander Amos Fowler, Sept. 7, to Sept. 14, 1814. AVERILL Nathan (I4896)
30 "Tennessee Deaths and Burials, 1874–1955." Index. FamilySearch, Salt Lake City, Utah, 2009, 2010. Index entries derived from digital copies of original and compiled records. Source (S645)
31 "West Virginia Marriages, 1853–1970." Index. FamilySearch, Salt Lake City, Utah, 2008, 2009. Digital images of originals housed in County Courthouses in various counties throughout West Virginia. Marriage records. Source (S560)
32 (If this was not his given name, it was the only one by which he was known.) He moved to Missouri, and d. there. Doctor AVERILL Doctor T. (I2634)
33 (In the Diary of Jeremiah Weare Jr. of York, Me., published 1910 in the N. E. Hist. & Gen. Reg., we find among other Averill items the following: "May 29. 1811, Theodore Avarell son to Samuel Avarell Departed this life with the consumption was 23 years the 6 Day March last mr misinger tended funeral".) AVERELL Theodore (I1623)
34 (the first white child b. in Velve); his parents removed to Illinois when he was abt. 12 years old. He was a farmer and lived at Sangamon, 1827 (?); McDonough Co., 185- ; Webster Co., la., 1851 ; Boon Co., 1853; near Lane, Kan., 1868.
Mr, Averill united with the Methodist Episcopal Church in 1834; was licensed to preach in Iowa, but after removing to Kansas he settled near a Society of Friends, and, living some distance from a Methodist Episcopal church, he united with the Friends' Church in 1881, and was a faithful attendant there until his death; but for several years he refused all official positions on account of his age and infirmities. His sons also joined the Society of Friends. 
AVERILL Norman Chancelor (I4948)
35 KERRY Mary Ann (I1282)
36 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. PARRY Megan Wynn (I1303)
37 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. PARRY Valmai ann (I1304)
38 WOOLLEY Albert (I1333)
39 WOOLLEY Ernest (I1336)
40 ,,, AVERILL Elizabeth (I1171)
43 AVERILL Horace Allen (I3682)
44 . "Samuel Avery Jr. and Sarah Kearswell both of York entered intention of marriage July 28, 1796 (York Marriages Me.)'\ As we find no other Samuel or Samuel and Sarah ; and as the surname "Avery" was often used by and for this branch of the family, and as many of them were in Wells, we assume that this one was son of Samuel.
Samuel Averell of Wells, Mariner, for $300.00 sells land Aug. 1, 1810 to Daniel Hodsdon and Ed White both of Wells. This warranty is signed "Samuel Averell" and "Sarah Averell".

Samuel Averill of Wells Mariner, for $300.00 paid to him by Samuel Gooch Jun"' and Jedediah Gooch Jun"' sells them a certain lot of land in Wells (Me) Nov 20 1812, and "Sally Averill wife of the said Samuel" relinquishes all rights of dower. This warranty deed is signed by "Samuel Averill" and " Sarah Averill". (York Deeds, Vol. 87, p. 159.) 
AVERELL Samuel, Jr. (I1541)
45 . (2) Dec. 9, 1829, at Evansville, Ind,, by Father Wheeler, to John Mitchell RIGGS Elvira (I14203)
46 . 20, 1842, at Nantucket, by Daniel Round, Jr., pastor of Baptist Church, to Benjamin Jewett of Whitefield, Me. AVERILL Sophia (I5465)
47 ., probably removed with his family to Salina, N. Y,, abt. 1814, and some years later to Plymouth, Mich. He was a physician, and prior to 1848 was considered one of the best doctors in Wayne Co., Mich. He was postmaster of Plymouth for years. After taking this position he gave up the practice of medicine. He had considerable influence with the people; induced nearly every householder to subscribe for some paper, and in one instance received $200.00 for securing subscribers. He was musical like other members of his family, and played the clarionette, drawing a circle of music-lovers about him. He was very patriotic, and used to say to his brother Samuel : "When I die, I want my friends to march around my grave and play 'Hail Columbia.' " He had no children of his own, but they either made a home for or raised several others - among them their nephew Oscar, son of Horace S. Averill, and Charles N. Booth's children. Dr. Averill d. just beyond Fort Laramie, on his way to California; date of death not given. Dr AVERILL Isaac W. (I3756)
48 ., was a farmer and lived at Westminster and Northfield, Vt.. "Jesse Averill, resident of Northfield, Vt., was a sergeant in Capt. Matthias S. Jones' Company of Waitstield, made up at Burlington, who went as volunteers to repel the
British in their Invasion of Plattsburg in Sept. 1814. He was four days in service." "War of 1812." (Copy of Certificate from office of Adj. Gen., State of Vermont, Nov. 14, 1902.) 
Capt AVERILL Jesse (I3935)
49 1 child MCALLASTER Harriet A. (I12292)
50 1 child ELTON Nancy Murray (I8847)

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