Averill, Vermont

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'''Records. ''' No town meetings are held in Averill, and no record keeper has been appointed. For deeds of the residents of Averill, see Essex County land records.  
 
'''Records. ''' No town meetings are held in Averill, and no record keeper has been appointed. For deeds of the residents of Averill, see Essex County land records.  
 
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'''Adjacent towns: ''' '''''Essex Co.: ''''' Avery's Gore | [[Bloomfield, Vermont|Bloomfield]] | [[Canaan, Vermont|Canaan]] | [[Lemington, Vermont|Lemington]] | [[Lewis, Vermont|Lewis]] | [[Norton, Vermont|Norton]] | '''Quebec Estrie''' '''''Coaticook: ''''' [[Dixville, Quebec|Dixville]] | [[Saint-Herménégilde, Quebec|Saint-Herménégilde]]  
 
'''Adjacent towns: ''' '''''Essex Co.: ''''' Avery's Gore | [[Bloomfield, Vermont|Bloomfield]] | [[Canaan, Vermont|Canaan]] | [[Lemington, Vermont|Lemington]] | [[Lewis, Vermont|Lewis]] | [[Norton, Vermont|Norton]] | '''Quebec Estrie''' '''''Coaticook: ''''' [[Dixville, Quebec|Dixville]] | [[Saint-Herménégilde, Quebec|Saint-Herménégilde]]  
  
 
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Averill  is a low-population, unincorporated area of Essex County, Vermont.[1] The area's affairs are handled by the Unified Towns and Gores Of Essex County.[2]

Records.  No town meetings are held in Averill, and no record keeper has been appointed. For deeds of the residents of Averill, see Essex County land records.

Adjacent towns:  Essex Co.:  Avery's Gore | Bloomfield | Canaan | Lemington | Lewis | Norton | Quebec Estrie Coaticook:  Dixville | Saint-Herménégilde


References

  1. Michael J. Leclerc, Genealogist's Handbook for New England Research, 5th ed. (Boston, Mass.: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2012), 364. At various libraries (WorldCat); FHL Book 974 D27g 2012.
  2. Averill, Vermont in Wikipedia: the Free Encyclopedia (accessed 2 April 2013).