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Earl Watt
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What surnames are you interested in researching?
Watt, Clements, Dickerson, Tank, Avery, Ludy, Davis, Montague, Ford, Kinkle, Priest, Bach
What countries and other locations are you interested in researching?
Scotland, Germany, Denmark,England, Ireland
What is your level of genealogy knowledge?
Intermediate Family History Researcher

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At 8:23pm on May 17, 2010, Charles Robert Warthen said…
Earl I have all of group one (8) and group two (6) members who are R1b1b2a2b5* in the Warthen-Worthen sur name group. I am in group two. 4 of us go back to Alban Warthen b.1788, murded 1833 in Utica Ohio. None of us can find Alban's Parents. We think he was born in Maryland but no proof. Charlie
At 8:18am on January 11, 2010, Jim Avery said…
Hi Earl - thanks for your interest. My Averys were in Pennsylvania as early as 1784 so don't think there is a connection. The James first name in my line runs from my dad's mother's family, the Byrne/Burns family My grgrgrandfather James Byrne b. 1817 is the first I can find with the name. I don't especially care for the name. James is a good name for a butler.

Hey maybe you are related to John Avery the pirate. He was known as Long Ben Avery. There is a book about him Freebooters of the Red Sea. Wouldn't that be a hoot! Thanks for writing.
At 5:58pm on September 10, 2009, Jim Avery said…
I have set up an Avery discussion group. There are 26 Avery researchers on here. I thought by putting our heads together we might find some common relatives and breakdown our brick walls. Please feel free to drop in and post your Avery lines.


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