See also

Amy Averett (c. 1796-bef1845)


GA Hancock Co 1793


GA Jones 1810



The children of John Averett, Jeremiah Averett and Benjamin Averett are not well documented. Based on circumstantial evidence in most cases, it is assumed that he may have had the following children: David Averett, Matthew Averett, Drury Averett and Allen Averett.

Amy Averett: Based on DNA matches between descendants of John Averett and descendants of Amy Averett's daughter Mary Elizabeth, it is assumed that Amy is probably the daughter of John Averett.

Amy Averett1 daughter of John Averett and Unknown was born c. 1796 in Hancock Co, GA. guess based on 1816 marriage.

Baldwin Co GA was formed in May 11,1803 from Creek Indian lands. Additional Creek Indian land was added in Jun 26 1806. Land from Hancock was added in 1807 and from Washington in 1812 and 1826. Baldwin lost land in 1807 to Jones, Morgan, Putnam, and the first Randolph Co(now Jasper).

Jones Co GA was formed in Dec 10,1807 from Baldwin Co. Land was added in 1810 from Putnam Co.


Amy married Jacob Saliers-Averett son of Unknown Saliers and Elizabeth Keener on Dec 8, 1816 in Jones Co, GA.1,2,3,4


She was the wife of Jacob Saliers-Averett in the census in 1830 in Lowndes Co, AL.5,6


She died bef 1845.



Jacob Saliers-Averett was the son of Unknown Saliers ( - ) and Elizabeth Keener (bef1772- ). He and Amy Averett had the following children:




History of Jones County Georgia 1807-1907. Custom Id: 453; Bradley Memorial Library, ,, Columbus, Muscogee Co, Georgia. Call Number: 929.3 G3jon Wil.


37,000 Early Georgia Marriages. Custom Id: 540; Love Houston Memorial Library, ,, Dothan, Houston Co, AL. Call Number: 929.3758 MAD.


CD 3; AL, GA, SC Marriage Records. Custom Id: 515; personal copy.


Georgia Marriages 1811 Through 1820. Custom Id: 893; Love Houston Memorial Library, ,, Dothan, Houston Co, AL. Call Number: LH 929.3758 GEO.


Public Member Trees. Custom Id: 15;


1830 United States Federal Census