|Birth: ||Oct. 16, 1890|
|Death: ||Jan. 23, 1972|
New York, USA
Son of Charles Augustus "Carlos" Aveilhe and Mary Ella Darwin.
Husband of Verkinia Markarian.
The 1900 US Census shows he is living with his mother and brothers Darwin and George in Jackson Township, Lee County, Iowa. Also recorded as living in the home is his maternal uncle, William Platt Darwin.
Iowa State Census Collection, 1836-1925 Record shows his father was born in Cuba and his mother in Iowa. At the time of this information, he was working in a "butter and egg market".
Carl served in the US Army in WWI having enlisted in 1917 and arriving in France September, 1918. He served in the Headquarters Company, 162nd Infantry Regiment with the rank of Private First Class. He discharged 7/9/1919. His WWI Draft Registration card shows he was living at 120 Glen View Drive in Des Moines, Iowa at the time, was born in Camron, Texas, and was a time keeper of Aluminum Castings out of Manitowoc, Wisconsin. He claimed a "physical disability - varicose veins" at the time of registration. The card noted he was tall and slender with blue eyes and black hair. His military records record him as being 5'9 1/2" tall with black hair, blue eyes and a dark complexion.
When he returned from the war he rejoined his family in Des Moines, Iowa. Soon thereafter he accepted the call to ministry and became an Episcopalian Priest in the Order of St. Vincent. The 1930 Census shows him living in Ogdensburg City, St. lawrence County, New York as a lodger in the home of an Edith Stephens, age 61 and her daughter Lucia, age 21. His employment is listed as "clergyman".
Charles Augustus Aveilhe (1858 - 1955)
Mary Ella Darwin Aveilhe (1862 - 1940)
Verkinia Har Markarian Aveilhe (1881 - 1973)*
Darwin Jules Aveilhe (1888 - 1960)*
Carlos Augustus Aveilhe (1890 - 1972)
George Platt Aveilhe (1892 - 1944)*
Oak Grove Cemetery
Plot: Sec 5 Lot 3748
Created by: Rick Lawrence
Record added: Oct 04, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 77615488