Sunday, June 22, 2014

NANCY LOUISE VAUGHAN

Subject: Re: [Vaughanpioneers] Nancy Louise Vaughan
 "My first guess would be that Nancy was married to a Stone before she married Lewis Harp.  I went to familysearch.org and it shows Lewis Harp and under wife shows '2' beside the name Nancy.  According to Vaughan Pioneers, Nancy and Lewis Harp had nine children.  Family search shows the census of 1880 Prairie, Carroll Co., AR shows Lewis with wife '2' Nancy, age 41.  This would mean she was born in 1839, and Nancy Vaughan was born in 1828. 
The census shows that four of the children are still listed in the household.  Arrena age 20, James 19, Louis 16, and Dalise 23. 
Also listed is Malinda Stone age 67.  So perhaps Lewis was married twice and second wife also named Nancy... and her mother is living with them. But what happened to Nancy the mother of these children since she d. 1908? S
o I can't tell you if the marriage license of 1828 is for Nancy Vaughan or for Nancy Stone.  I didn't check the years the first children were born.  That might shed some light on it.
COMMENT; "Steve, if I remember right, Nancy was born out of wedlock and her mother later married Solomon Stone. Solomon was the 2nd marriage of her mothers'.
The information I have been given is that my Great-Great-Great Grandmother Nancy Louise Vaughan married Thomas Lewis Harp on March 2, 1845 in Washington County, Arkansas.... Except the marriage book shows her name as Nancy Stone.


 "'Steve Weems' steve@steveweems.com [Vaughanpioneers]" to Vaughanpioneers@yahoogroups.com
The information I have been given is that m y Great-Great-Great Grandmother Nancy Louise Vaughan married Thomas Lewis Harp on March 2, 1845 in Washington County, Arkansas....  Except the marriage book shows her name as Nancy Stone. Does anyone know the reason for this? Thanks TO;
 Steve Weems
P.O. Box 43
Eureka Springs AR 72632
www.notesfromthehollow.com
Comment:
"My first guess would be that Nancy was married to a Stone before she married Lewis Harp.  I went to www.familysearch.org  and it shows Lewis Harp and under wife shows '2' beside the name Nancy.  According to Vaughan Pioneers, Nancy and Lewis Harp had nine children. 
Family search shows the census of 1880 Prairie, Carroll Co., AR shows Lewis with wife '2' Nancy, age 41.  This would mean she was born in 1839, and Nancy Vaughan was born in 1828. 
The census shows that four of the children are still listed in the household.  Arrena age 20, James 19, Louis 16, and Dalise 23.  Also listed is Malinda Stone age 67. 
So perhaps Lewis was married twice and second wife also named Nancy... and her mother is living with them. But what happened to Nancy the mother of these children since she d. 1908?
 So I can't tell you if the marriage license of 1828 is for Nancy Vaughan or for Nancy Stone.  I didn't check the years the first children were born.  That might shed some light on it.
http://www.kindredtrails.com/free_genealogy_stuff.html

 




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Saturday, November 2, 2013

GEO. WASH. AND MARTHA VAUGHAN

GEORGE WASHINGTON VAUGHN b 2-4-1848 ...according to Mr Berry's chart, this Vaughn was born in Paint Rock, AL. he didn't have George's father, but did have who George's mother was: MARTHA PATSY HARRIS VAUGHN (also listed was George's first wife MARY LAWRENCE TUCKER)




George and Martha children:

WILLIAM LEWIS b. 11-12-1875

SILAS DEIRIS b. 2 - 12 -1878

JASPER NUTIE b. 8 - 9 -1882
MARTHA LAURA BELLE b. 9 - 16 - 1883 (m. Albert Armstrong)

RUTH CATHERINE b. 6 -14 - 1885 (m. Jack Ray)

GEORGE CLEVELAND b. 10 -18 -1887 (m. Bannie Ferguson

JAMES TALTON b. 10 - 16- 1890
ALLPHA ELIZABETH b. 5 -23- 1893 (m. Isaac C. Armstrong)
 MARTHA PATSY HARRIS VAUGHN show her birth as somewhere between, abt 1815 in maybe TN and HER father, (no name) being born in NC... she's listed with 4 childr en, (with no husband listed as the father of these 4 children, I wonder if they were the children of George and his 1st wife, Mary)

JOHN b 1844 in AL (m. Polly Dunham)

MARY b 1847 in AL

GEORGE WASHINGTON b 2-4-1848 AL (m Mary Lucinda McClure)

LEWIS and sp; b 1851/1852 (m Rebecca W




I'm passing this on because it had some new information, of course this is as it, do your own proofing for your own records. Thanks

This GEORGE WASHINGTON VAUGHN was b 2-4-1848 ...according to Mr Berry's chart, this Vaughn was born in Paint Rock, AL. he didn't have George's father, but did have who George's mother was: MARTHA PATSY HARRIS VAUGHN (also listed was George's first wife MARY LAWRENCE TUCKER)

George & Martha children is as listed:

WILLIAM LEWIS                         b. 11-12-1875
SILAS DEIRIS                             b.  2 - 12 -1878
JASPER NUTIE                          b.  8 - 9 -1882
MARTHA LAURA BELLE          b.  9 - 16 - 1883  (m. Albert Armstrong)
RUTH CATHERINE                   b.  6 -14 - 1885    (m. Jack Ray)
GEORGE CLEVELAND            b.  10 -18 -1887   (m. Bennie Ferguson
JAMES TALTON                        b.  10 - 16- 1890
ALLPHA ELIZABETH                b.  5 -23- 1893      (m. Isaac C. Armstrong)


Here is MARTHA PATSY HARRIS VAUGHN  which shows her birth as somewhere between, abt 1815 in maybe TN  and HER father, (no name) being born in NC... she's listed with 4 children, (with no husband listed as the father of these 4 children, I wonder if they were the children of George and his 1st wife, Mary?)

JOHN                                           b 1844 in AL (m. Polly Dun ham)
MARY                                          b 1847 in AL 
GEORGE WASHINGTON        b 2-4-1848 AL   (m Mary Lucinda McClure)
LEWIS               Sp; and                        b 1851/1852       (m Rebecca Worthington)

 
Here is part of a letter that I have  dated Oct. 31, 1975 (it's a copy of the letter)
A synopsis of the letter;
Homer told me that Granny Martha had 16 children, she came to Arkansas in 1852. She came to Arkansas by boat from Paint Rock Alabama. She came down the Tenn. River, Ohio, Mississippi, then up the White River to Old Jacksonport Arkansas. From Jacksonport she went to Evening Shard, then to Ash Flat, where she settled on the 160 acres. The farm was near Butford on the South Fork River, which is near Little George's present home place.

George Washington, Mary, and Lewis were with her on the move to Arkansas in 1852. But there had to be other members of the family with her. It has been said that she was the mother of 16 children in toll. All being born in Alabama, near Paint Rock.

I do have a little more info on MARTHA PATSY HARRIS VAUGHN (1815-1911) it was found in a family bible that her grandmother was from Ireland & worked for half a schilling a day, until she earned enough money to pay for her passage to the United States, maybe in NC, because Martha's parents were both born in NC. I don't have the grandmother 's name or Martha's parents name...
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Thursday, October 31, 2013

VAUGHAN GRAVES, BLK OAK AR

                                             In   BLACK OAK ARKANSAS (John H Vaughn)



SOURCE;      http://www.vaughan-vaughn.org/ (James and John Vaughan, excellent posts.



                              Don't know if these are our Vaughan (Note the Vaughn chg of spelling)






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Saturday, October 5, 2013

WILLIAM/JIMMY VAUGHAN + E. PERKINS

Comments: As you recall, my 5th GGrandfather is William Vaughan b. 1721 in Hanover, next to New Kent. I am 1 marker off at 67 markers from your James Jimmy Vaughan

I have confirmed with Reggie, Joanne Boucher, and Melville Vaughan that we are direct matches. All of us but Reggie as matched on paper as well. We share the same 4th or 5th GGrandfathers. That is causing me to feel that your James Jimmy and I may come together a generation or two preceding my William b. 1721.

My bet is that when Reggie and I find our connection, we will be sharing the same 6th Great Grandfather. Reggie has his line pretty much confirmed back almost to then and is not touching our line yet he is a direct match. There is a possibility that my William’s father may have come from the Eastern shore of Maryland. There were some late 1600’s Vaughan’s on Kent Island, in Kent and Talbot Counties in Maryland across the bay from Annapolis. I really would like for someone who is on a direct line from those Vaughan’s to get DNA 67 Markers in hopes we could find close matches.

DNA: Would you consider a 111 marker match? Donald Stephens and I are the only one in our close matches who have done 111. I am -1 at 67 markers but -5 at 111 markers. I am not sure what this is telling us but it is a marker variable we have not had prior to 111. With more testing to 111 we might turn up some variable in time or line.

What we need most are more Vaughan testings so we can compare our paper trails when the DNA shows direct or one off.

It will be interesting to see where Wade places on FTDNA. I am suspecting he will match to Reggie, Joanne, Melville, and me. If so, his paper trail might open something to track down William’s dad, who would be my 6th GG.

You and I are in the Turquoise Group. Some others who have responded to this line in recent subsequent messages are in a totally different group. You can look for me on the Vaughan/Vaughn chart kit #147036 and see who is close. If only we could get one more generation back, I believe a lot of lines will be cleared up.

Rusty

Subject: [Vaughanpioneers] Vaugh(a)n/Perkins
Does anyone have any info on a William Vaugh(a)n and Eliza Perkins? Had to of been born in the early 1700s Probably around 1730s or so.
I ran across some info that these may be the parents of our James "Jimmy" Vaughn. I know that the Perkins and the Vaughan's were together in various places for a bunch of years Between Virginia(?) N and S Carolina's, Tenn, Ala and MS. So this could be a possibility. I, sort of, have my doubts but I keep loo king. I feel strongly that a William Vaugh(a)n was our James "Jimmy" Vaughn's father. But not sure about the mother. I'm am still leaning two ways. Mother: Mary Napier or Barbary Bruton.



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