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|51||Avent, Early Henry and family, taken 1915-1916.|
Early Avent is on the left, beside the porch pillar. He is holding daughter Blair Avent, his wife Tessie is beside him holding daughter Geraldine, and son Joseph Avent is in front of them. Photo courtesy of Victoria Avent Pack.
|52||Avent, Edna Lee|
|53||Avent, Edward W. (1879-1943)|
|54||Avent, Edward W. and Maggie Hamlet Avent and family, (of Chatham Co., NC) taken about 1927. |
(l-r) Howard, Doug, Bill, Margaret, Ed, Maggie, Al (held by Maggie), Clyde. Photo from "The Cleggs of Old Chatham" by Harold Broughton.
|55||Avent, Edward White (1879-1943)|
Picture is of him in his prison guard's uniform, probably taken sometime in the 1930's.
|56||Avent, Edward White (1879-1943, Chatham Co., NC): Death Certificate|
|57||Avent, Edward White: WWI Draft Registration form |
|58||Avent, Elizabeth (1852-?): Marriage announcement|
From the Petersburg Index, Petersburg, VA, 30 Sep 1872. To see a picture of the house in which they were married (now in ruins), from the main page of the website look for the link "Avent-related Photographs, Scans, Documents, etc." and then the link "An old Avent home site near Emporia, VA"
|59||Avent, Elizabeth O. Fredonia
(1842 - 1911) of MS.|
|60||Avent, Emily Spencer Hart (1851-1904) of Nash Co., NC|
|61||Avent, Frances Ann (1926-2013)|
|62||Avent, Francis Marion|
Status: Located; Photo courtesy of Sara Avant-Stanley.
|63||Avent, Francis Marion|
|64||Avent, Francis Marion: tombstone inscription|
Status: Located; "He leaves to the world an example of integrity, to his children a legacy of an unsullied name." Photo courtesy of Sara Avant-Stanley.
|65||Avent, Frank (1858-1941) and wife Mayna Treanor (1868-1959).|
|66||Avent, Frank F.|
|67||Avent, Fred (1857-1940)|
|68||Avent, Garland (1930-2003)|
|69||Avent, Garland (1930-2003) of NC.|
The premier Avent family genealogist. Much of the data on this website comes from Garland's years of painstaking research.
|70||Avent, George (1911 - 1912)|
|71||Avent, George Arthur (1881-?): taken from 1921 passport application.|
|72||Avent, George W. (1839-1926) of Moore Co., NC. |
A veteran of the War Between the States (Capt., Co. D, 35th NC) and a member of the "Immortal 600". This was a group of CSA officers who became famous throughout the South after the War. They were POWs who were used as human shields by US forces and brutally treated throughout their confinement, yet they refused to take the Oath of Allegiance…
|73||Avent, George Washington (1844-1933) of MS|
George Washington Avent and his grandson, Thomas Howard Lair.
|74||Avent, George Washington (1844-1933) of MS|
Said to be the first car in the county.
|75||Avent, George Washington (1844-1933), of MS.|
Served in the 22nd MS Infantry during the War Between the States.
|76||Avent, George Washington (of MS)'s children.|
|77||Avent, George Washington and wife Mary Rebecca Wilson (of MS).|
|78||Avent, Georgia (1880-1945, Harnett Co., NC): Death Certificate|
|79||Avent, Gladys Pearl (1893 - 1981) of TX.|
|80||Avent, Heilon J. of MS (1850-1906)|
Photo courtesy of Robert W. Avent, at http://cognatus.info/family/avent/wc_toc.htm.
|81||Avent, Henry (1860-1869)|
|82||Avent, Henry Clay|
|83||Avent, Henry Clay (1820-1897)|
Schoolteacher, Sheriff of Webster Co., MS, Capt. of 31st MS in WBTS. Photo courtesy of Robert W. Avent, at http://cognatus.info/family/avent/wc_toc.htm.
|84||Avent, Henry Clay of MS(1820-1897)|
|85||Avent, Henry Evans|
Status: Located; (1829-1901) Located in the Buchanan Family Cemetery, in the woods near the Cape Fear river in Chatham Co., NC. Location is: N 35 deg 32 879', W 079 deg 00 352'
|86||Avent, Henry Evans (1829-1901) of Chatham Co., NC. |
Farmer and veteran of the War Between the States (Sgt., 5th NC Cavalry)
|87||Avent, Henry Evans (1829-1901): obituary|
|88||Avent, Henry Evans (1829-1901, Chatham Co., NC): A receipt from the Confederate Quartermaster for $400.|
Reimbursement for his horse which was killed in battle at Brandy Station, VA, on 10/11/1863. Henry's signature is at bottom (he was a Sgt., Co. G, 5th NC Cavalry). It says: "October 30, 1863. For one horse killed at Brandy Station, Oct 11, 1863 appraised at $400".
|89||Avent, Henry Evans' wife, Mary Ann Buchanan Avent|
Status: Located; (1832-1909)
|90||Avent, Henry Evans: Receipt from the Confederate Quartermaster for $400 (add'l documentation)|
|91||Avent, Henry Lee (1890-1971, Harnett Co., NC): WWI Draft Registration form |
|92||Avent, Henry Maurice (1874-1954, Nash Co., NC): WWI Draft Registration form |
|93||Avent, Howard Foster (1921-1985)|
|94||Avent, Hugh Pauling (1890-1984)|
|95||Avent, Ira M., Jr. (1932-2001)|
Photo from Ancestry.com
|96||Avent, Isaac Watts|
Status: Located; (1823-1900) Cokesbury UMC, Duncan, NC
|97||Avent, Jacqueline (1930 - 2007)|
|98||Avent, James (1788-1866): section from "History of McDowells and Connections" by John Hugh McDowell.|
|99||Avent, James (1868 - 1930)|
|100||Avent, James (1909 - 1942)|