William Avery was born 30 April 1848 in Dungog, New South Wales, Australia to James Avery (c1814-1875) and Catherine Heaslip (c1825-1904) and died 3 August 1926 Dungog, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. He married Charlotte Elizabeth Ireland (1859-1948) 30 January 1877 in Bulahdelah, New South Wales, Australia.
|Mary Ann Avery (1879-1971)|
|Catherine Avery (1880-1964)|
|Charlotte Elizabeth Avery (1883-1948)|
|Florence Avery (1885-1980)|
|Amy Jane Avery (1888-1982)|
|May Avery (1889-1975)|
|Annie Avery (1891-1896)|
|Minnie Avery (1894-1985)|
|William James Avery (1897-1975)|
|Frederick Edward Avery (1898-1969)|
|Arthur Edwin Avery (1901-1972)|
Another pioneer of Bullahdelah has crossed the Great Divide in the person of William Avery, who passed away at his home on Tuesday last. The deceased was born at Glen William, on the Williams River some 78 years ago, and when a young man came to the Myall with his parents and followed farming for a great number of years. Of late years he has resided in Bullahdelah, and was highly respected by the whole town and district. His death was not unexpected as he has not had the best of health for some considerable time. He leaves a sorrowing wife and grown-up family of Mrs. Geo. Davis (Tea Gardens), Mrs A. Clayton (Stockton), Mrs. Richardson (Newcastle), Mrs. W. Gregory (New Zealand), Mrs. Shepherd (Scone), Mrs. W. Gooch (Bullahdelah), and Miss K. Avery (Bullahdelah), daughters; William, Fred, and A. Avery, sons, to whom we extend our sincere sympathy.