Rose Hill Cemetery BellsGrayson CountyTexas, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gsr&GScid=287055&GSln=Vaughn
*Grace, Samuel A. , Nannie I, W.F. Vaughan (Vaughn)
History of Indian Sites:
"The Chowanoc were an Algonkian tribe. This site has a huge number of on-line books you can download http://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~jmack/algonqin/algonqin.htm
Also, http://www.coastalcarolinaindians.com/research/FPC-1790Census.htm gives information about Indians on the 1790 census, and while by this date, our ancestors were certainly living as white, it shows how many Indians lived in North Carolina. Note the information on the BASS family, which was a mixed Indian and white family. This might give us some context on the viewpoints of society while Fereby was alive, on Indians. It may help us understand how they wanted to mix into white society."
Note: "Find a grave . com" leaves spyware each time you bring any information to your computer. Have a good spyware detector before using this site and say no to their cookies. Then go on and then go back after signing off and it will let you in.
Some of the Reagan Family is here.....The Vaughn connection is...Louisiana Vaughn married GW Reagan in Tishomingo....in 1865. They had 10 children, a mixture of their children and grandchildren are here...Findagrave site with gravestone pictures of graves only.....http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gsr&GScid=2142903
This next site connect to the Roller/Vaughan:
Boyd Gen Site http://www.lgboyd.com/ and http://www.lgboyd.com/roller/rollercem.htm (graves) http://www.lgboyd.com/vaughn/vaughn.htm (View the "WorldConnect" tree)