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To me, when reading Avenley and Brinley, the look too close but when saying them outloud I don't hear a problem. In fact, I know three brothers who all end in -ton and have given all their sons names that end in -ton too. And I know three sisters that end in -gan. They all seem to enjoy having that connection .
Cortney...mom to A, C, E, L, I, and R
See things from the boy's point of view.
I think Brinley and Avenley are too close and depending on how you are pronouncing the 'ven' in Avenley-as in Ven or Van, or Vaughn- (it would depend on the accent) but...it is a bit close for my liking.