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Text:".... It was the fleet of thirty-two sail, bearing the troops to their destination, that Sergeant RufusAvery discovered from his lofty station in Fort Griswold at the earhest dawn of that renowned September morning..."
Date:1781
Place:London, England
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Text:"... Chester,^ ------- Groton Frederic Chester,3 ------- Groton * From his Battle of Groton Heights. 1 This name is Nathan in some accounts. 2 I find this name in the list prepared by RufusAvery, and also..."
Date:1781
Place:London, England
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Text:".... The original manuscript list of paroled wounded is that of RufusAvery, in which this name is Frederick Moore. Though carelessly written, anyone can see the same reading which gave us Wave should have given us..."
Date:1781
Place:London, England
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Text:"...24 Narrative of RufusAvery. very soon left off killing, and then went stripping and robbing the dead and wounded, and also those that were not wounded. They then ordered each one of us to march out..."
Date:1781
Place:London, England
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Text:"...Narrative of RufusAvery. 2 1 same time that Eyre did to come to the fort in soUd column, incUned to the north, until they got east of the redoubt or battery, which is east of the fort, when a large..."
Date:1781
Place:London, England
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Text:"...Narrative of RufusAvery. 23 with the enemy. The enemy at the same time massacred Lieut. Enoch Stanton within four or five feet of me. A platoon of about ten men marched up near where I stood, where..."
Date:1781
Place:London, England
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Text:"... of their barbarous treatment of the prisoners who fell into their hands. Attest: RUFUSAVERY, Orderly Sergeant, under Captain William Latham, who commanded the Matross Company at Fort Griswold, Sept. 6, 1781...."
Date:1781
Place:London, England
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Text:"...Narrative of RufusAvery. 25 head on one thigh, and Moores head on the other. They both died that night. While I was with them they had their reason, and requested water for their thirst. I asked..."
Date:1781
Place:London, England
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Text:".... Johathan Whaley. PRISONERS CARRIED OFF. Sergeant RufusAvery, Walter Harris, ^ Caleb Avery, Jeremiah Harding, Peter Avery, - Kilburn, Samuel Abraham, Ebenezer Ledyard (hostage), Joshua Baker, William Latham..."
Date:1781
Place:London, England
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Text:"... of September, 1781,tvho were Paroled by Captai7i Bloomfield , and Ebenezer Ledyard, Esq., was taken as Hostage to see them forthcoming, if called for. In the presence of RufusAvery. Lieutenant Parke Avery, Jr..."
Date:1781
Place:London, England
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Text:"...20 Narrative of RufusAvery. and friends as to what was to be done. They agreed to send a flag to meet theirs, and chose Capt. Elijah Avery, Capt. Amos Stanton, ^ and Capt. John WilUams..."
Date:1781
Place:London, England
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Text:"...26 Narrative of RufusAvery. some of the others. Capt. Bloomfield paroled the wounded men who were left, and took Ebenezer Ledyard, Esq., as a hostage for them left on parol, to see them forthcoming..."
Date:1781
Place:London, England
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Text:"... OF RUFUSAVERY, (FROM THE ORIGINAL MANUSCRIPT) AND STATEMENT OF AVERY DOWNER, M. D. TOGETHER WITH BIOGRAPICAL SKETCHES OF COL. WILLIAM LEDYARD AND MOTHER BAILEY, INCLUDING A POEM BY LEONARD WOOLSEY BACON..."
Date:1781
Place:London, England
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Text:".... ^^^ _._(«,,. ST CONTAINING ALSO THE NARRATIVE OF RUFUSAVERY, From the Original Manuscript, AND OTHER INTERESTING MATTER. HANDSOnELY ILLUSTRATED BY FULL=PAOE ENQRA VINOS. ^^^y!wy y!yw y » ;i g ^ g ^y^s?rg?!rg^ y..."
Date:1781
Place:London, England
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Text:"...630 The Groton Avery Clan CHAPTER XL EIGHTH GENERATION. 1674. David RAvery (Rufus 7 , James*, James 5 , James*, James 3 , James 2 , Christopher 1 ) was b. Oct. 9, 1781, at Groton; m. Jan. 21, 1804..."
Date:Between 1844 and 1935
Publication place:Cleveland, Ohio, USA
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Text:"..., Lieutenant Ebenezer Avery, fell within that fatal enclosure, at the age of 49. Rev. J. R. Avery, 1863, is his descendant. Captain RufusAvery was taken prisoner at the fort the same day. Hon. Erasmus D. Avery..."
Date:Between 1705 and 1922
Publication place:Stonington, Connecticut, USA
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Text:"... Mattson pronouncing the words of the Impressive ceremony which united in marriage Miss Rachel Wagner Tracy, daughter of Mr and Mrs. RufusAvery Tracy and Jay Neil Dirlam, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard B..."
Date:Sep 9 1915
Publication:Mansfield, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... Bernard G Mattson pronouncing the words of the Impressive ceremony which united in marriage Miss Rachel Wagner Tracy, daughter of Mr and Mrs. j RufusAvery Tracy and Jay Neil I Dirlani, son of Mr. and Mrs..."
Date:Sep 9 1915
Publication:Mansfield, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"...20 Narrative of RufusAvery. should be shot dead or run through ! I had to leave the two dying men who were resting on me, dropping their heads on the cold and hard ground, giving them one last..."
Date:1781
Place:London, England