Person:Henry Aves (2)

Henry C. AVES
m. 1853
  1. Fred J. AVES1854 - 1923
  2. John AVES1858 - 1932
  3. Minnie Augusta AVES1861 - 1930
  4. Augusta Joann AVES1864 - 1957
  5. Henry C. AVES1865 - 1941
  • HHenry C. AVES1865 - 1941
  • WEmma EUHUS1875 - 1968
m. 1 Nov 1893
  1. Floyd AVES1895 - 1974
Facts and Events
Name Henry C. AVES
Gender Male
Birth? 30 Nov 1865 Trittelwitz, Demmin, Pommern, Germany
Christening? 24 Dec 1865
Marriage 1 Nov 1893 DeKalb Co., Illinoisto Emma EUHUS
Death? 4 Jul 1941 Kirkland, DeKalb, Illinois
Burial? Charter Oak Cemetery, Kirkland, DeKalb, Illinois

Name given in document written by German pastor was G(H)einrich Martin Curt.

From extraction on birth/baptismal record: Hei[n]rich Martin Carl Awe, born 30 November 1865 and baptized 24 December of the same year.

Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s <> Name: Henry Aves Year: 1888 Place: DeKalb Co., Illinois Source Publication Code: 2421 Primary Immigrant: Aves, Henry Source Bibliography: GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY OF DEKALB COUNTY, ILLINOIS, compiler Naturalization Records of DeKalb County, Illinois. Sycamore, Ill.: the society, 1981. 131p. Page: 9

1910 census for Franklin, DeKalb Co., Illinois includes Grace Taylor, age 9, a "neice".

1920 census for Franklin, DeKalb Co., Illinois includes a son, Glen, age 24, but he was not listed with his brother of the same age in 1900 or 1910.

PIONEER RESIDENT OF KIRKLAND DIES Rites for Henry Aves of Kirkland Took Place Sunday Afternoon At Methodist Church; Died On Friday At His Home July 8, 1941

At two o'clock on Friday afternoon occurred the death of one of Kirkland's pioneer residents, Henry Aves, at his farm home two miles northwest of Kirkland. Mr. Aves had lived in Kirkland the major part of his life, being one of the prominent farmers of that community.

Henry Aves was born in Germany on November 30, 1866. He came with his parents, Frederich and Hannah Aves, to the United States when he was three years of age. He was united in marriage to Miss Emma Euhus November 1, 1893. Mr. Aves was a member of the Kirkland Methodist church. He had been ill for two weeks previous to his death.

The decedent is survived by his widow, one daughter, Mrs. Grace Harms of Esmond, one son Floyd of Kirkland and one sister, Mrs. Augusta Watson of Detroit, also nine grandchildren.

Final rites were accorded Mr. Aves on Sunday afternoon from the Kirkland Methodist church, the Rev. H. S. Lawler conducting the service. Interment was in Charter Oak Cemetery north of Kirkland.