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Col Isaac Wheeler Avery
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Birth: May 2, 1837
Saint Augustine
St. Johns County
Florida, USA
Death: 1897

COLONEL Confederate Army during the Civil War. ( CW )

FOUNDER and EDITOR, of the Atlanta Constitution Newspaper.

Isaac Wheeler Avery Jr.:
Born: May 2, 1837
Birthplace: Saint Augustine Florida
Father: Isaac Wheeler Avery Sr. 1806 1841
Wife: Emma Bivings Avery (Married: 1868)

Attended Oglethorpe University in Savannah Georgia
Occupation before War:
Practiced law in Georgia
Civil War Career:
1861: Private in Oglethorpe Light Infantry
1862: Captain of Company I 23rd Georgia Cavalry Battalion
1862: Captured at Booneville Mississippi
1862 1863: Lt. Colonel of 4th Georgia Cavalry Regiment
1863 1864: Colonel of 4th Georgia Cavalry Regiment
1864: Wounded during the Battle of New Hope Church
1864 1865: Commander of Macon Georgia Home Guard
Occupation after War:
Practiced law in Dalton Georgia
Editor of Atlanta Constitution Newspaper
Author of a Standard History of Georgia

Died: September 8, 1897
Place of Death: Atlanta Georgia
Age at time of Death: 60 years old
Burial Place: Oakland Cemetery Atlanta Georgia.

Photo Courtesy of Dabparis. Memorial Grave Marker Photo Courtesy of Jean Avery Feaster. Bio Courtesy of Rob. Thank you for your kindness, time and effort.

Family links: 
  Emma Bivings Avery (1849 - 1914)*
  Infant Avery (1879 - 1880)*
  Albert W Avery (1880 - 1917)*
  Infant Avery (1882 - 1882)*
*Calculated relationship
Oakland Cemetery
Fulton County
Georgia, USA
Maintained by: Martha Reid 19 UDC
Originally Created by: Noname
Record added: Sep 30, 2009
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Col Isaac Wheeler Avery
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Col Isaac Wheeler Avery
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