Facts and Events
||Col. Daniel Moats Auvil
||Fayette, Pennsylvania, United States
||10 Apr 1845
||Barbour, Virginia, United Statesto Elizabeth Keyser
||Barbour, Virginia, USADistrict 5
||Randolph, Virginia, United Statesbegan practicing law
||Philippi, Barbour, Virginia, USA
||15 Apr 1861
||Virginia, USAVirginia seceded from the Union
||10 April 1862
||Barbour, Virginia, United Statescaptured while fighting; incarcerated by Union Army
||Columbus, Ohio, United Statesincarcerated in Camp Chase, Ohio
||Johnson's Island, Ottawa, Ohio, United Statesincarcerated in Johnson's Island prison in Lake Erie
||3 Dec 1864
||Ohio, USAsigned pledge to stay above Ohio River
||12 Jan 1865
||released from pledge to remain north and west of the Ohio River through the existence of the present rebellion
||Barbour, West Virginia, United Statesland grant of 50 acres at Barker's Mill Run
||estimate based on her age and the birth of their first child
to Elizabeth Jane "Eliza" Lantz
||Sandy River, McDowell, West Virginia, United States
||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
- Camp Chase, Columbus, Ohio, United States 
- Johnson's Island, Lake Erie, Ottawa County, Ohio, United States 
- ↑ Lauren d'Ablemont Ragland. Pioneer Index of Randolph County, West Virginia, 7.
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 Jinx Hartung. Daniel Moats Auville b 1823 Discharge Papers.
- ↑ Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.
- 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
- ↑ 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
- ↑ 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
- ↑ West Virginia. Auditor, and Edgar Barr Sims. Sims Index to Land Grants in West Virginia. (Charleston, West Virginia), book 1, page 227.
- McDowell and Wyoming Co, WV Families and Individuals
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