Person:Lorenzo Auvil (1)

Watchers
Rev. Lorenzo Sydney "L. S." Auvil
m. 10 Apr 1845
  1. Amelia Marie "Millie" Auvil1846 - 1933
  2. William Cox Auvil1848 - 1936
  3. John Daniel Auvil1849 - 1921
  4. George Baxter Auvil1851 - 1935
  5. Rev. Lorenzo Sydney "L. S." Auvil1853 - 1924
  6. Annie Elizabeth Auvil1856 - 1934
  7. Mary Susan "Mollie" Auvil1857 - 1922
  8. Lewis J Auvil1859 -
  9. Lovenia C. Auvil1862 -
  10. Andrew J. Auvil1863 - 1864
  11. Margaret Elizabeth Auvil1866 - 1937
  12. Wayne Kennedy Auvil1870 -
  • HRev. Lorenzo Sydney "L. S." Auvil1853 - 1924
  • W.  Anna Dumire (add)
m. 1876
  • HRev. Lorenzo Sydney "L. S." Auvil1853 - 1924
  • WMinnie Compton1861 - 1934
m. 8 Sept 1879
Facts and Events
Name[2] Rev. Lorenzo Sydney "L. S." Auvil
Gender Male
Birth? 6 June 1853 Pifer Mt., Tucker County, West Virginia, USA(this date from family notes does not match his death certificate)
Alt Birth[2] 19 June 1853 Saint George, Tucker, West Virginia, United States(from death certificate)
Marriage 1876 to Anna Dumire (add)
Marriage 8 Sept 1879 Barbour County, West Virginia, USAto Minnie Compton
Death[2] 19 Apr 1924 Parkersburg, Wood, West Virginia, United States(from death certificate)
Alt Death? 8 Sept 1924 Barbour County, West Virginia, USA(this date from family notes does not match his death certificate)
Burial[2] Mount Olivet Cemetery, Parkersburg, Wood County, West Virginia, USA
References
  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.

    L. S. Auvil, son of John Auvil, was born, in 1853, on Pifer Mountain, and lived there eleven years. In 1876 he married Anna, daughter of Jacob Dumire, of Limestone. His wife died in 1877, and in 1879 he married Minnie Compton, of Barbour County. His children's names are, Burton W. and Boyd M. He attended only country schools. The teachers to whom he went were Margaret See, Rachel Kalar, William Hull, Dr. Sawyer, Clark Bowman and Josephine Trippett. He has taught eight terms of school, and been county superintendent of schools three terms. He has been a member of the board of examiners several times. When the Tucker Democrat was called into existence, he took stock in it. He commenced the study of law in 1881 and was admitted to the bar in 1883. He resides in St. George.

  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 Rev Lorenzo Sydney Auvil , in Find A Grave.