Person:Henry Auvil (2)

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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. 20 Jan 1855
  1. Josephine Annette Auville1857 - 1940
  2. Mariah Virginia Auvil1860 - 1890
m. 24 Dec 1871
Facts and Events
Name Rev Henry D Auvil
Alt Name H D
Gender Male
Birth? 28 Dec 1825 Fayette, Pennsylvania, United States
Occupation[3] abt 1850 Valley Furnace, Barbour County, Virginia, USAteacher in a one room log schoolhouse
Property[1] 1853 Barbour County, West Virginia, USA58 acres - Brushy Fork
Marriage 20 Jan 1855 to Mary Stalnaker
Residence? 15 Apr 1861 Virginia, USAVirginia seceded from the Union
Other[2] Sept 1861 Barbour, Virginia, USAindicted for treason
Residence[2] after Sept 1861 Monterey, Highland, Virginia, United Statesrefugee from Civil War with brother Daniel
Military[5] 16 Nov 1863 Augusta, Virginia, United Statesenlisted in the Confederate Army
Military[5] 27 Nov 1863 deserted the Army
Marriage 24 Dec 1871 to Dorothy Sites
Census? 1880 Union, Pendleton, West Virginia, USAHenry D. Auville 54 Dorothy Auville 50 Josaphene Auville 21 Mariah V. Auville 18 Margaret Davis 17 John W. Davis 15
Death? 14 Jun 1895 Pendleton, West Virginia, United States
Burial[3] Ketterman Cemetery, Seneca Rocks, Pendleton County, West Virginia, USA

Preacher in Charge of the Spruce Mountain Class of the Methodist Episcopal Church in Pendleton County, WV. Teacher at the Valley Furnace School in Barbour Co., WV. He was also a lawyer.

During the Civil War he was in Ellett's Company, Virginia Light Artillery (Crenshaw Battery)

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References
  1. West Virginia. Auditor, and Edgar Barr Sims. Sims Index to Land Grants in West Virginia. (Charleston, West Virginia).

    Auvil, Henry D. 58 (acres) Brushy Fork (Barbour County) 1853 1 (book) 131 (page)

  2. 2.0 2.1 Shaffer, John W. Union and Confederate Soldiers and Sympathizers of Barbour County, West Virginia. (Genealogical Publishing Com).
  3. 3.0 3.1 Find A Grave.

    Henry D Auvil Burial: Ketterman Cemetery, Seneca Rocks, Pendleton County, West Virginia, USA

  4.   Wallace, Lee A. A guide to Virginia military organizations, 1861-1865. (Lynchburg, Virginia: H.E. Howard, c1986), 19.

    Capt. Thomas Ellet's Co., Va. Light Arty
    Crenshaw's Battery; formerly Capt. William Crenshaw's Co. Va. Light Arty; enlisted March 14, 1862 for three (3) years or the war; disbanded April 9, 1865. It was known as Crenshaw's Battery after Captain Crenshaw's resignation; served in Walker's and Pegram's Battalions, Reserve Arty.
    Captains: William Graves Crenshaw [resigned April 15, 1863], Thomas Ellet [to Captain November 2, 1863, to rank from April 15, 1863].

  5. 5.0 5.1 Muster Roll, in Company Muster Roll Ellett's Company Virginia Light Artillery HD Auvil 1863, 31 Dec 1863, Primary quality.

    image Remarks: "bounty due"