ⓘ Averill, Vermont

                                     

ⓘ Averill, Vermont

Averill is an unincorporated town in Essex County, Vermont, United States. The town was named for Samuel Averill, a landholder. The town was never formally incorporated, having never gained a large enough permanent population. The population was 24 at the 2010 census, triple the population from the previous census in 2000. The towns affairs are handled by the Unified Towns & Gores of Essex County. It is part of the Berlin, NH–VT Micropolitan Statistical Area.

                                     
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  • unincorporated towns are Averill Ferdinand, Glastenbury, Lewis, and Somerset. List of counties in Vermont List of cities in Vermont List of incorporated
  • through the town of Averill north of Great Averill Pond. The highway enters the town of Canaan, the northeasternmost town in Vermont and passes by Wallace
  • This article shows U.S. Census totals for Essex County, Vermont broken down by municipality, from 1900 to 2000. Most areas of New England are entirely
  • Essex - Caledonia - Orleans District includes all of the Essex County towns of Averill Brighton, Canaan, East Haven, Ferdinand, Lemington, Lewis, and Norton
  • Canada US border, at which point the highway turns east toward Averill and Canaan, Vermont The south - north portion of the highway follows the valley of
  • average. As of 2017 John S. Rodgers, Democrat Robert A. Starr, Democrat Averill Averys Gore Bloomfield Brighton Brunswick Canaan Concord East Haven Ferdinand
  • of New Hampshire, Benning Wentworth. The charter was granted to Samuel Averill and sixty - three associates in the name of Pocock - in honor of a distinguished
  • between Vermont and New Hampshire. The town is bordered to the southwest by Bloomfield, at its westernmost point by Lewis, to the northwest by Averill and
  • northwest by Lewis, at its northernmost point by Averill and to the northeast by Lemington, Vermont while to the southeast, across the river, it is