Person:George Auvil (3)

George Baxter Auvil
m. 20 May 1875
  1. Harvey Wayne Auvil1876 - 1949
  2. Margaret Catherine Auvil1877 - 1940
  3. Charles Tilden Auvil1880 - 1959
  4. Carrie Virginia Auvil1882 - 1963
  5. Thomas Jefferson Auvil1883 - 1972
  6. John William Auvil1886 - 1975
  7. Lorenzo Cleveland Auvil1888 - 1974
  8. George Edward Auvil1891 - 1968
m. abt 1886
Facts and Events
Name George Baxter Auvil
Gender Male
Birth? 12 Jan 1851 Tucker County, West Virginia, USA
Marriage 20 May 1875 to Mellissa E. White
Marriage abt 1886 to Florence Gilmore
Death[2] 14 Jun 1935 Washington, Alabama, United States
Burial[2] Fruitdale Cemetery, Fruitdale, Washington County, Alabama, USA
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  1.   Maxwell, Hu. History of Tucker County, West Virginia from its earliest explorations and settlements to the present time: with biographical sketches of more than two hundred and fifty of the leading men, and a full appendix of official and electional history; also an account of the rivers, forests and caves of the county. (Kingwood, West Virginia: Preston Pub. Co., 1884), 1884.

    George B. Auvil, son of John Auvil, of English and German descent, was born in 1851, and was married, in 1875, to Malissa, daughter of Margaret White. He is a farmer living 2 miles from St. George, on Mill Run. His farm of 150 acres is one-fifth improved. Children: Harvey W., Margaret C., Charles T., Carrie V., and Thomas J.

  2. 2.0 2.1 George Baxter Auvil, in Find A Grave.
  3.   Phillips, Ralph Wesley. The world was my barnyard. (McClain, 1984).
  4.   Stories Told To Me By My Great-Grandmother, Louetta White Auvil By Mary White Carpenter Excerpt: Two were daughters Malissa and Louetta. Malissa, married to George Baxter Auvil, drowned crossing the Ohio River. George B. cannot be found after this. William, his brother, married Louetta White. William made a trip west to search for George, but that is all I ever heard of the story.