Jeremiah Avon-El (1625–), son of Eskender Avon-El (1591– ) and Salina Voder (1592– ). One elder sister, Sara Avon-El (1622– ). Purchased commission as Ahmst Mairstranin (junior tribune) in 1644. Promoted to Cohort Tribune in 1647. Married to Johanna Zebulonsdottar (1628–) in 1650. Son, Zacharias, born 1651. Assigned by Steward Zinkgraven to the Gravship IRS Medusa as flag officer for Operation Cask (1655). Bivarhins Salbnan (Palatine Legate) of the Scholae Kampioenae (1656-1658). Participant in Battle of Goldshore (1656). Appointed Prefect of New Blackstone (1656). Known as the Count of the English Shore in negotiations with the Nova English. Returned the ashes of Beowulf Blaec to Nova England, along with the head of Lieutenant Hasten Lupinus, as part of negotiations for truce days and complaint hearings (1656). Expelled Sea-Reavers from Hempton Bay in retaliation for their taking the part of Steward Zinkgraven (1658). Pursued anti-piracy campaign 1658-1659. Negotiated reconciliation with Sea-Reavers in 1659. Sold Zinkgraven to the Nova English in exchange for 10,000 Ergonian labourers and 360 gallons of Fréamiht Traditional Dark Ale (1660). Expelled the Sea-Reavers to the island of Doyle (1665). Promoted to Frainan Uihmanzis (Major General / Dux) in the Imperial Forces and appointed to command of Western Banner Group of Benacia Command (1665).
Fréo-Fýst (Free Fist) martial arts enthusiast.