John EVRE (1687 – 1721) was Alex’s 8th Grandfather; one of 512in this generation of the Shaw line.
John Evre was born about 1687 at Madnan’s Neck, Long Island, NY (today Douglaston, a community in Queens New York City located on the peninsula abutting Little Neck Bay) His parents were Edward AVERYand Mary EDGELEY. He married Mary [__?__] 1710? in New York. John died about 1751 at Phillipsburg, Westchester Co., NY (now Tarrytown).
Mary [__?__] was born about 1690 in England.
Children of John and Mary:
|1.||John EVERY (Jan Avery)||15 Aug 1714 Phillipsburg, Westchester, NY||Rachel WILLIAMS
5 Apr 1735
Tarrytown, Westchester, NY
Ageltie Yourouks Jewell
30 Aug 1761 Rumbout, Dutchess, NY
Margaret mentioned in his will?
|1791, Putnam, NY (Philips Precinct, Dutchess, NY)|
|2.||Richard Every (Rissard Avery)||c. 1715
Mamaroneck, Westchester, NY
Newburgh, Orange, NY
|Ana Margareta Huff
6 Sep 1735
|Bef. 1758, Fishkill, Dutchess, NY|
1. John EVERY (See his page)
2. Richard Every
Richard’s wife Ana Margareta Huff was born 09 May 1717 in Tarrytown, Westchester, New York. Her parents were Engel Hoff and Maritie Willemse (1690 – 1732). Her maternal grandparents were Robert WILLEMZE and Greesje CERANT. Ana died in New York.
Richard and Ana’s son John is sometimes counted as a son of Richard’s brother John EVERY. John was born 26 Mar 1739 Fishkill, Dutchess, NY. He married Sarah Griffin in 1761 in Rumbout (Poughkeepsie), Dutchess, New York. John died 14 Jun 1823 Bloomville or Kortright, Delaware, NY.
John’s wife Sarah Griffin was born 7 Jul 1740 in Dutchess, NY. Her parents were Joshua Griffin b. ca. 1699 and Elizabeth Hopper b. ca. 1700.
John R. Every served in the Revolutionary War. John and Sarah (who are buried in Riverside Cemetery Bloomville, Delaware County, NY next to daughter Sarah and Gabriel Bishop)
Children of John and Sarah:
Sarah Every b. 21 Aug 1757 Dutchess, NY m. Gabriel Bishop; 19 Feb 1785; d. 1789 Sarah is sometimes counted as a daughter of Richard’s brother John.
Gabriel Bishop (1758-1811), served as a matross and gunner throughout the Revolution. He lost a thumb in the Burgoyne campaign. He was born in Dutchess county and died in Delaware county.