Person:Daniel Auvil (3)

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m. 07 Nov 1822
  1. Hannah Auvil1821 -
  2. Col. Daniel Moats Auvil1823 - 1892
  3. Rev Henry D Auvil1825 - 1895
  4. Rev. William Auvil1826 - 1893
  5. Jacob Auvil1828 - 1863
  6. Lewis S Auvil1830 - 1912
  7. Reason Auvil1833 - 1855
  8. John J Auvil1834 - 1913
  9. Margaret Rena Auvil1836 -
  10. Catharine Auvil1836 -
  11. Mary Auvil1837 -
  12. Christopher Auvil1840 - 1913
  13. Elizabeth Auvil1842 -
  14. Sarah Elizabeth Auvil1844 - 1898
  15. Serena Auvil1850 -
m. 10 Apr 1845
  1. Amanda Auvilabt 1846/47 - 1898
  2. Henry Cicero Auvil1848 - 1891
  3. Jennings Randolph Auville1852 - 1917
  4. Rev Simeon Hannibal Auvil1855 - 1933
  5. Napoleon Bonaparte Auvil1857 -
m. abt1869
  1. Maude Auvil1870 -
  2. Camille Auvil1872 -
Facts and Events
Name Col. Daniel Moats Auvil
Alt Name Auville
Gender Male
Birth? 1823 Fayette, Pennsylvania, United States
Marriage 10 Apr 1845 Barbour, Virginia, United Statesto Elizabeth Keyser
Census? 1850 Barbour, Virginia, USADistrict 5
Occupation[1][6] 1856 Randolph, Virginia, United Statesbegan practicing law
Census[5] 1860 Philippi, Barbour, Virginia, USA
Residence[3] 15 Apr 1861 Virginia, USAVirginia seceded from the Union
Other[2] 10 April 1862 Barbour, Virginia, United Statescaptured while fighting; incarcerated by Union Army
Other[2] abt 1863 Columbus, Ohio, United Statesincarcerated in Camp Chase, Ohio
Other[2] abt 1863 Johnson's Island, Ottawa, Ohio, United Statesincarcerated in Johnson's Island prison in Lake Erie
Residence[2] 3 Dec 1864 Ohio, USAsigned pledge to stay above Ohio River
Residence[2] 12 Jan 1865 released from pledge to remain north and west of the Ohio River through the existence of the present rebellion
Property[7] 1866 Barbour, West Virginia, United Statesland grant of 50 acres at Barker's Mill Run
Marriage abt1869 estimate based on her age and the birth of their first child
to Elizabeth Jane "Eliza" Lantz
Census? 1870 Sandy River, McDowell, West Virginia, United States
Death? 30 DEC 1892 Barbour, West Virginia, United States

Daniel Moats Auvil was a lawyer and a Colonel in the 139th Virginia Militia during the American Civil War.

His discharge papers refer to him as "Daniel Moats Auville (citizen of Augusta Co., VA and a Colonel in the 139th Virginia Militia)" In his parole papers, he is described as having a light complexion, dark hair, 5 feet 9 1/2 inches tall, brown eyes, and age 41. 2

Incarcerated:

  1. Camp Chase, Columbus, Ohio, United States [1]
  2. Johnson's Island, Lake Erie, Ottawa County, Ohio, United States [2][3]
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References
  1. Lauren d'Ablemont Ragland. Pioneer Index of Randolph County, West Virginia, 7.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 Jinx Hartung. Daniel Moats Auville b 1823 Discharge Papers.
  3. Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia. (Online: Wikimedia Foundation, Inc.).
  4.   Maxwell, Hu. The history of Barbour County, West Virginia from its earliest exploration and settlements to the present time. (Parsons, West Virginia: McClain Print. Co., 1968).

    mentions Daniel Auvil several times

  5. United States. 1860 U.S. Census Population Schedule.

    D M Auvil 36, Eliza 37, Amanda 14, Henry C 11, N B 11, John R 7, Hannibal 5

  6. Bosworth, Albert S. A history of Randolph County, West Virginia, from its earliest exploration and settlement to the present time. (Elkins, West Virginia?: A.S. Bosworth?, 1916?), 178.

    List of Lawyers in Randolph County

  7. West Virginia. Auditor, and Edgar Barr Sims. Sims Index to Land Grants in West Virginia. (Charleston, West Virginia), book 1, page 227.
  8.   McDowell and Wyoming Co, WV Families and Individuals