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Many thanks to Jean Murchison for a family tree sent in 1998 that detailed the line of her husband, a descendent of TG Avery. The photocopy of the photograph of the William A.G. Avery family comes from Jean as well.
Eunice Ellen Avery Perry
1-16-1902 to 11-3-1984
1903-Thomas Wilbur Avery
1905-Paul Constance Avery
1911-Minnie Rebekah Avery
1915-Nell Frances Avery
1917-Lena Mae Avery
Rev. William E. Perry
c.1903 to 10-19-1985
Frances Marie (Crutchfield)
Minnie Viola Hawkins
maternal aunts & uncles:
paternal aunts & uncles:
1910 census, Crockett County, District 12:
Thomas G Avery, age 31, married 10 years in marriage 1, born TN of parents born in TN, occupation: milling--flour mill.
Wife Minnie V, age 27, mother of 3 of whom 3 are living, born in TN of a father born in NC and a mother born in TN.
Daughter Eunice E, age 8.
Son Wilbur T, age 6.
Son Paul C, age 4.
boarder Dr. John A. Harwood?, born in MD of parents born in MD, occupation: doctor.
1920 census, Lauderdale County, Gates:
Tom G. Avery, age 40, miller--flour mill.
Wife Minnie V., age 37 (now born in TN of parents born in TN).
Daughter Eunice E, age 18.
Son Wilbur, age 16.
Son Paul C, age 14.
Daughter Rebecca M., age 8.
Son Carroll R, age 6.
Daughter Nell, age 4 years 8 months.
Daughter Lena M, age 2 years 2 months.
7-23-1926 Lauderdale Enterprise: Gates: Mr. T.G. Avery and children, Carroll and Lena Mai, spent Sunday in Jackson with his daughter, Mrs. W.E. Perry. They were accompanied home by little Nell Avery who had been visiting her sister for several weeks.
1930 census, Madison County TN, Jackson City, District 18, Hayes Avenue (renting for $15/month)
Willie E. Perry, age 26, married at 21, born TN of parents born TN, salesman--shoe store
wife Eunice, age 28, married at 23, teacher--music
daughter Frances Marie, age 2 years 11 months (census taken in April)
5-24-1946 Friday, Halls Graphic: Funeral services were held in Jackson,Tenn.,Wednesday for Claud Savage,official of the BM&O Railroad, who died in El Paso, Texas. He was the son of the late George & Mattie Savage, who formerly lived in Halls. His only close survivors are a sister, Mrs. Rufus Douglas, Mobile, Ala.; an aunt, Mrs. J.T. Meadows, Unionville,Tenn. Mr. Savage had made Paducah,Ky. his home for most of his life. Attending the funeral were Mr.& Mrs. J.T. Meadows, Unionville, Mr.& Mrs. Roy Meadows, Unionville, & Mr. & Mrs. Chesley Meadows, Unionville, Mrs. W.A. Perry, Halls, Mrs.William Lightfoot, Halls, and Mr.& Mrs. T.G. Avery, Halls.
7-12-1946 Halls Graphic, Friday: Poplar Grove News. Mrs. A.P. Burks had as her dinner guests Weds. Mrs. W.A. Perry & son Ted, Mrs. T.G. Avery, Mrs. William Lightfoot, Mrs. Johnnie Meadows, of Halls. Supper guests Weds evening were Mr. & Mrs. Oma Hoppers and Mr. H.C. Cook.