Sunday, January 27, 2008

Cherokee Harps/Vaughan Heritage

This should prove the lineage of Indian Heritage for this line. Note to remind my cousins to click on the paper (data) or photo to get a close up view then load to your genealogy file or print from there also.





Episode of Cherokee Nation papers 1826-96 Skiatook
Nancy Jane Harp, Jefferson C. Harp, Absolom Harp, John Harp, Lucy Vaughan Harp(Cherokee Indian by blood), Their children; A. Daniel, Louisa Millett, John C. Harp, William M and Sarah E Henley.
Margaret H., Lena Migen, John Looney a Cherokee


Vaughan, Benton, VA, NC 1700

Vaughan, Benton, and related families of interest -1700s Date, Location, Family, Data
About 1700 Bertie Co. NC Pugh, Savage Pheribee Savage was born in Virginia and died about 1754 in Bertie Co., NC. She was a daughter of Thomas Savage and Alicia Hermanson. Thomas was a son of John Savage and Mary Robbins.
3-25-1700 Nansemond Co, VA Pugh Will of Daniel Pugh, he patented land in Nansemond Co. VA in 1695, 98, 99 and 1700. His son Francis married Pheribee Savage.
4-25-1701 Nansemond Co. VA Benton Page 41: EPAPRODITUS BENTON, SENR., 360 ACS., Up. Par. of Nansemond Co; on both sides of the Deep Run, a br. Of Bennett’s Cr., 25 Apr. 1701, p. 307, Adj. John King.
1702-1708 North Carolina Luten, Vaughan Higher Court of NC on page 359 mentions a jury that included William Vaughan and Capt. Thomas Luten
1704 Nansemond Co. VA Benton, Vaughan On the 1701 Rent Rolls, Nansemond County, VA, Thomas Vaughan, Epaphroditus, Francis and John Benton appear.
1706-1710 North Carolina Vaughan William Vaughan, aged 27 years of there abouts, gave testimony on a case regarding the Cary Rebellion.
Mar. 9, 1713 North Carolina Vaughan A Will Vaughan appears as a Testator for a will of a Robert Harrison
10-1-1713 Chowan Co., NC Benton A patent on a branch of Warrick Swamp on the northeast side of Chowan river around “Cow landing” and “Bennett’s Creek”.
1714 Chowan Co. NC Benton Epaphroditus Benton from Nansemond County, VA is in Chowan Co. NC.
August 1714 Boston, Mass, Nansemond Co. VA, Albemarle Co., NC, Northampton, Hertford Counties, NC Vaughan Captain. William Vaughan and his brother John came to America about the last of the 17th Century and first settled in Boston, Mass. About 1701 they left the Northern climate and came South. John Vaughan settling in Upper Norfolk or Nansemond County, VA., and William settled in Albemarle County, N.C.; On page 141, Vol.11, Colonial Records, William Vaughan mentioned as Captain Vaughan, who was ordered by the council in August, 1714, to command a posse of nine white men and one Indian from Petesque Tune, to carry corn and other provisions to the Indians known as the "Sand-Banks Tribe." He later took out grants of land in Bertie, Beaufort, His home was very probably in the Western Parish of Chowan Precinct, known today as Northampton and Hertford Counties of N.C. He also had a son by the name of William Vaughan JR. and he became known as William Vaughan SR. of Hertford County, N.C.; Captain Vaughan died about 1750, leaving his wife Sarah (nee u/n) and son William JR. surviving him. His spouse Sarah is mentioned in the will of Mr. James Flood of Edenton, N.C. at which time he gave her his white horse, called Prince. It is believed that Captain William Vaughan SR. was born around 1685. All information was quoted and obtained from "The Vaughan Family of Hertford County, North Carolina" Book, by Ex-Judge Benj. B. Winborne May, 1909
1715 VA or NC Hoyter, Freeman In 1715 Tabitha Hoyter, daughter of Chief Thomas Hoyter (Chowan Indian) marries John Freeman.
1-26-1716 Nansemond County, Virginia, Gates Co. NC Vaughan, Holland Henry Holland sold 23 acres of land to Thomas Vaughan in what is now Gates Co. NC but was then Nansemond Co. VA, on January 24th, 1716.
7-17-1716 Chowan Co, NC Benton Epaphroditus Benton filed a petition for the importation of his family, he mentions Lazarus, Job, Lemuel, Epa., Elizabeth Jr. and Sarah, his wife is shown as Elizabeth.
1717 Chowan Co., NC Benton Epaphroditus Benton taxed for 250 acres.
11-9-1717 Chowan or Bertie, NC Benton Epaphroditus Benton from Chowan Precint was said to be in Bertie Precinct in a court case involving Daniel Halsey.
2-8-1719 Chowan Co. NC/Nansemond Co. VA Benton, Moore Chowan County NC Deed Bk C #1 p36 abst by Margaret M HofmannWilliam More of Chowan Prect, planter to John King of Nansemond Co VA 8 Feb 1719 for 50 barrells of Tarr 200 acres on the north east side of Chowan River where Titus Benton now liveth commonly called Cald and known as Cow Landing Wit: ----- Cockburn, ----- Homes Ack. 1 Apr 1720 before me Fred Jones, Ch. Just.
June 1721 Chowan Co, NC/Nansemond Co. VA Benton, King Chowan County NC Deed Bk B #1 p189 -- abst by Margaret M HofmannEpaphroditus Benton of Chowan Prect., planter to John King of Nansemond Co VA 1 June 1721 2000 pounds of Tobacco and 20 Barrels of Tarr 640 acres on the north east side of Chowan River a little below Menherring Landing and running down the river as by patent to the sd Benton 1 Apr 1720 Wit: Thomas Jornegan [T his mark] Richard Taylor, Dearly Leary, Jeremiah Glohan Reg. Chowan Ct July 1721Test: Thomas Henman, Clerk
1726 Chowan Co. NC Benton, Freeman In 1726, Epaphroditus Benton sells 200 acres of land in Chowan Co. NC, Testators were William and John Freeman.
12-17-1726 Bristol Parish (Brunswick Co) VA Benton Abram, son of Lazarus and Winefred Benton born. From Bristol Parish register.
Oct. 13, 1727 Brunswick Co. VA Benton Epaphroditus Benton received 300 acres of land in Brunswick County on South side of Lizard Creek at John Linch’s corner.
1728 Virginia or NC Benton "We hurry'd away the Surveyors, who cou'd run no more than 6 Miles because of the Uneven Grounds near Roanoke-River. We did not follow with the Baggage til 10, being staid to christen 6 Children, & to discourse a very civil Old Fellow, who brought us 2 fat Shoats for a present. The Name of our Benefactor was Epaphroditus Bainton, who is Young enough at 60 Years of Age, to keep a Concubine, & to Walk 25 miles in a day. He has forsworn ever getting on a Horse back, being once in Danger of breaking his Neck by a fall. He spends most of his time in hunting & ranging the Woods, killing generally more than 100 Deer in a Year. He pretends to Skill in the Virtues of many Plants, but I cou'd learn nothing of that kind from him. This Man was our Guide to Maj. Mumford's Plantation, under the Care of Miles Riley, where we were regaled with Milk, Butter, & many other Refreshmets. The Maj'. had order'd some Wine to be lodged here for us, & a fat Steer to be at our Service; but the last we refus'd with a great many thanks. From hence we continu'd our Journey to the Canoe-Landing upon Roanoke River, where Young Mumford & M' Walker met us. Here we ferry'd over our Baggage & our Persons, ordering the men with the Horses to the Ford near a mile higher, which leads to the Trading Path".The shorter account of the encounter with Epaphroditus Bainton from the 'History of the Dividing Line', pages 156 & 158, is as follows: "We did not follow the Surveyors till towards Noon, being detain'd in our camp to Christen Several more Children. We were conducted a nearer way, by a Famous Woodsman, call'd Epaphrodius Bainton. This Forester Spends all his time in ranging the Woods, and is said to make great Havoc among the Deer, and other Inhabitants of the Forest, not much wilder than Himself". History of the Dividing Line between Virginia and North Carolina
1728 Chowan Co. NC Vaughan, Henderson Land transfer – Thomas Vaughan to Holland Henderson
1728 Chowan Co. NC Vaughan, Holland Land transfer – Thomas Vaughan to Chadermon Holland
1728 Nansemond Co. VA and Chowan, NC Holland, Vaughan Henry Holland of Nansemond Co., VA to Thos. Vaughan of the same place. 100 acres East side of Chowan River, beginning at Caleb’s Dower, adjoining Eph. Benton’s land. Test, Lydia Blanchard, Clement Hammond, Jas. Holland, J. Lovick. “Eph. Is Ephaphroditus Benton.
August 30, 1728 Nansemond County, VA, and Chowan NC Vaughan, Holland, Speight William Speight of Nansemond Co. , to Henry Holland of same County, August 30, 1728, 640 acres on East side of Chowan River, patent dated march 5, 1719-20. Test, Thos. Vaughan, Jas. Holland, John Lovick
9-16-1729 Bristol Parish(Brunswick Co) VA Benton David, son of Lasurous and Winfrit Benton born 16th Sept. 1729. From Bristol Parish register.
Feb. 8, 1732 Nansemond Co, VA, now Gates Co., NC Vaughan, Holland John Vaughan of Upper Parrish, Nansemond Co. VA to Henry Holland. Tract of land called “Caleb Drury’s” on east most side of Chowan River Pocosin 100 acres. Test. Henry Holland, James Holland, Edward Hare, Moses Hare.
6-1-1732 Brunswick Co. VA Benton Epaphroditus registers his mark in court : “Epaphroditus Benton’s mark is OR.”
July 6, 1732 Brunswick Co. VA Vaughan A Richard Vaughan is mentioned as owning a Negro slave.
Aug. 2, 1733 Chowan Co, North Carolina Hyter, Freeman Thos. Hyter, King et. Als., Chiefmen of the Chowan Indians to Michael Ward, 200 acres on Catharine Creek; Aug 2, 1733. Test John Freeman, Robert Hicks., this deed and two like it appears next to the following deed in the NC deed book.
Aug. 2, 1733 Chowan and/ or Gates Co., NC Hoyter, Bennett, Freeman Thomas Hoyter, King of the Chowan Indians, Jeremiah Pushing, Charles Beasley, James Bennett, chief men of the tribe to Michael Ward 300 acres on Katharine Creek, Test, John Freeman, Robt. Hicks
9-10-1733 Chowan NC / Nansemond VA Holland, Vaughan, Benton Vaughan to Holland a Deed Regestd. the 10 Sep 1733. 8 Feb 1732/3. JohnVaughan, upper parish of Nansemond Co. to Henry Holland, same, 14 bbls.Tar, 100 A in Chowan pct. NC and nigh the place called Calebs Dowery,beginning upon the Et. side of Chowan River Pocoson at a Pine new markedin a Valley & thence running up the Valley southerly by a line of newmarked trees to an Oak corner tree (TORN HERE so loss of data) Patent ofthis land & Epm. BENTONS corner tree then running (TORN) - Bentons lineand the line of the patent to the river Pocoson (TORN) - the saidPocoson the various courses thereof to the first station, being part ofa patent formerly granted to Wm. Speight dated 1 Mar 1719 and by sd.Speight devised to the said Henry Holland and by sd. Henry Hollanddevised this part to Thos. Vaughan and by sd. Thos. Vaughan devised tohis son John Vaughan by his LW&T and now by the sd. John Vaughan foreversold to the sd. Henry Holland...witnesses Henry Holland, Jas. Holland,Edward Hare, Mos. Hare, James Holland. Pvd. 17 May 1733. Wm. LittleCh. Just.
Sept. 10, 1733 Chowan Co, North Carolina, Nansemond Co. VA Vaughan, Holland John Vaughan of Nansemond Co., VA to Henry Holland of the same County. 100 acres on South side Chowan River, called “Caleb’s Dowry”, Sept. 10, 1733. Test. Henry Holland, James Holland, Edward Hare, Moses Hare, Jo. Holland., Also, Epm. Benton and Wm. Speight mentioned in deed, the land was next door to Epaphroditus Benton’s land. It also mentions that John Vaughan was a son of Thomas Vaughan.
1735 Nansemond Co. VA or Chowan Co. NC Vaughan, Holland Thomas Vaughan received 362 acres of land on the upper Parish of Nansemond County at Hackney marsh adj. to William and James Holland and Thomas Howard.
1738 North Carolina Baker, Pugh In a court case in 1738, I believe in Chowan County, NC, Fairabee Barker is an executrix of Francis Pugh.
1740 Surry, Westmoreland Counties, VA Vaughan, Vaughon 1740 – Thomas Vaughan appears in Surry Co. and Edward Vaughon appears in Westmoreland Co.
May 1744 Brunswick Co. VA Benton Our Lord the King vs. Epaphroditus BentonUpon Pronouncement of the Grand Jury for living in Adultery This day comes the attorney of our Lord the King and saith for reason appearing to him, he will not further prosecute against the said Benton upon the presentation aforesaid. Therefore it is considered that the said Benton go thereof hence without delay.


August 1744 Brunswick Co. VA Benton “Upon the attachment obtained by Francis Elledge from John Wall, Get., a member of the court against the estate of Epaphroditus Benton (who is said to be privately removed out of this county or absconds so that the ordinary proofs cannot be found upon him for five pounds one shilling and four pence current money – Discountinued being agreed by the parties.”Order Book 2 p. 13, Brunswick Co, VA.
1745 Chowan Co. NC Vaughan, Speight Land transfer – William Vaughan to Francis Speight
2-25-1748 Chowan County, NC Benton, Parker John Benton, of Chowan County, his will. Son, Epaphroditus, 100 acres where he now lives, Son Elijah 100 acres joining Bennets Creek. Son Jethro, John, Moses, daughters, Mary Parker, Charity Parker
June 28, 1749 Northampton Co. NC Vaughan Will of Vinson Vaughan, August Court 1749. Son Vinson, daughters Margaret Breathen and Sarah Vaughan, son John, daughter Naomi, son Henry Clader, son Noel Huckens, wife and Peter Breathen Exrs. Test, Richard Brown, John Binding, Allen Brown
May 31, 1750 Chowan Co. NC Luten, Pugh James Luten marries Mary Pugh, they had only one child, a daughter named Fereby, then Mary dies, probably in childbirth with Fereby. Mary Pugh was a daughter of Francis Pugh and Pheribee Savage and she was born about 1718 and died about 1751-1753.

August 1750 Northampton Co. NC Vaughan Will of John Vaughan, August Court 1750. Sons William and John, daughters Lucy, Molley and Fanny, wife Cassia and Samuel Turner Exrs. Test, Wm. Baker, Jno. Mauder. Only left his working tools to his sons, land sold to pay debts.
June 1, 1753 Chowan Co. NC Holland, Benton, Bennett, Freeman James Holland of Upper Parish, Nansemond County sells land on easternmost side of Chowan river ‘formerly granted to Epaphroditus Benton by patent dated 1 Mar 1719’. To John Watson. Next to this entry is a transfer deed from Henry Hill, James Bennet and John Robins “Chief men of the Chowan Indians” to Jacob Hinton selling land on Bennett’s Creek. John and Richard Freemen are witnesses. Dated May 27, 1754.
6-1-1753 Chowan Co. NC Holland, Benton Henry Holland sold 150 acres of land on East side of Chowan River and mentioned it was formerly granted to Epaphroditus Benton by patent dated March 1, 1719. Thomas Benton was a witness and Wm. Spight also.
Mar 4, 1754 Chowan Co. NC Luten, Hopkins James Luten marries Mary Hopkins, a widow
11-11-1754 Chowan Co., NC Pugh, Luten Faraba Luten, daughter of Mary Pugh and James Luten is mentioned in a division of her uncle John’s estate, showing that Mary was dead.
Jan 32, 1755 Chowan Co., NC Luten, Leary James Luten marries Mary Leary
Sept. 10, 1756 North Carolina Vaughan, Jones A William Vaughan appears as an Executor of the will of Joseph Jones.
1757 Bertie, NC Vaughan John Vaughan lives in Bertie, NC in 1757
Oct. 10, 1758 Wilmington, New Hanover County, North Carolina Vaughan, Freeman William Vaughan and Robert Freeman appear as Testators on will of Samuel Chester.
1760 North Carolina Vaughan James Vaughan and Catrin appear on Abstract of North Carolina Wills.
1760 Nansemond, Southampton and Isle of Wight Counties, VA Vaughan Josiah, Thomas and William appear in 1760 Nansemond County, VA, Samuel appears in Isle of Wight and William appears in Southampton.
1762 Northampton, NC Vaughan Vincent and William Vaughan live in Northampton, NC in 1762
9-24-1766 Edenton, Chowan Co., NC Luten Will of James Luten, mentions daughters Mary and Ferraba.
1767 Hertford Co. NC Vaughan In 1768, the town of Murfreesboro was incorporated and William Vaughan was one of the Commissioners.
1769 Granville, NC Vaughn Richard Vaughn lives in Granville County, NC in 1769
1769 Craven, NC Vaughn William Vaughn lives in Craven County, NC in 1769.


December 10 -12, 1774 Fincastle Co, VA (now Grayson Co.) Roberts, Wallin, Vaughan, Benton William Roberts, James Wallin, William Vaughan and Lazarus Benton all receive land as part of the Loyal Company Grant on the waters of Elk Creek, a branch of the New River. William’s grant is on the same day as Lazarus’ grant. Will got 80 acres, Laz 116 acres.
12-12-1774 Fincastle Co. VA (Grayson Co) Benton, Vaughan In Fincastle County, Virginia, Plot book A, record of surveys, on page 124, Lazarus Benton was granted 116 acres, part of the Loyal Company grant, on both sides of Elk Creek, a branch of the New River (Virginia) on December 12, 1774. William Vaughan also received land on the New River on the same day, and is recorded also on page 124.
1776-1777 North Carolina Vaughan, Ferrebbe A James Vaughan and William Ferebee appear in the Rosters of the 7th Regiment of Continental Troops in North Carolina. Both were Lieutenants on Nov. 28, 1776, but by Dec. 19th, James was made a Captain and William became a Captain on July 1st, 1781. From other records, James Vaughan commanded a Company in the 7th Regiment.
December 2, 1777 Virginia Benton The following was a petition to the Virginia Congress by Lazarus Benton: A petition of Lazarus Benton who presented to the House, and read; setting forth that he had the misfortune last Spring to have four of his sons and a son-in-law, who were in the service of the country, killed by the Indians; that by this severe stroke he is left, far advanced in years, without any of his children to assist, support, or comfort him, except his widow daughter, who is also in low circumstances, and a little girl; and therefore praying such support as will keep him from sinking under his poverty and afflictions. He received 20 pounds per year for life.

1777 (1811) Russell Co. VA Benton, Wallen In March of 1811, several depositions were made in a case that mentioned the murder of John and Titus Benton at Rye Cove, Virginia in the Spring of 1777. also mentioned that they died in April of 1777 and “The Wallens, Bentons, Wm. Roberts and other named these streams as they went through hunting lands.” Wm. Wallin mentioned he received John’s shot bag from John’s mother after John’s death. Also mentioned “John (Benton) was on the Cherokee expedition and helped to bring up the great guns from the nation to the Long Island after the expedition said to be commanded by Col. Christian, returned deponent (Stephen Wallen, age 54) hunted with him (Benton) on Clynch (Clinch River) after his return and it was 2 or 3 years after the expedition that he was killed. “ Expedition then had to have been about 1774 to 1775. (This from “Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia” Vol. 2, page 227-8)
1778-1781 Surry County, North Carolina (not VA, but NC) Benton Lazarus Benton received 100 acres of land in Surry County, NC on the south side of the Dan river near the mouth of Turkey Branch including the plantation whereon he lives. The warrant was later sold to a “R.L.” so the actual grant probably occurred before 1778.
April 1778 Russell Co., VA (Scott Co.) Benton John and Titus Benton are killed by Indians at Rye Cove, Virginia. They were Lazarus’ sons.
1794 North Carolina Vaughan Wm. His wife Sarah and children Mary, Elisabeth, Thomas, Miley, Wm., Nancy, Calhoun and James appear on Abstract of North Carolina Wills
1797 North Carolina Vaughan Thomas Vaughan, wife Martha and son John appear on Abstract of North Carolina Wills.



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Vaughan, Benton Families 1600 VA

Vaughan, Benton, and related families of interest -1600s
Date Location Family Data
1600s Northampton Co, VA Robins Obedience Robins, father of Mary Robins that married Captain John Savage, was a friend of Debedeavon the Chief and named Northampton County, VA.
1619 Virginia Savage In 1618, Ensign Thomas Savage with some indentured servants began a profitable trading relationship with the Accawmack Indians. Savages success likely stemmed from his previous experience on the Eastern shore serving as an interpreter, a skill he obtained while living with the Powhatans for several years, first on Argall’s 1613 voyage and later in 1617 for a merchant. He received some land from Debedeavon, the Accawmack Chief or Werrowance. It was called either Savage’s Neck or Old Plantation Creek. This trade with the Indians predated the Virginia Company’s settlement by a year.
1619 Virginia Vaghan John Vaghan (Vaughan) was transported to Virginia on the “Bona Nova”. One history mentions an indentured servant of Thomas Savage named John Vaughan, probably the same man and he may have served him first before being a servant of William Barry’s.
1624-5 Elizabeth City, VA Vaghan John Vaghan (Vaughan) mentioned in the Muster of Sergeant William Barry’s, at Elizabeth City.
3-24-1635 Elizabeth City, VA Vaughan Lewis Vaughan was a headright of James Knott in Elizabeth City, VA.
6-5-1635 Virginia Vaughan Patrick Vaughan was one of the headrights of Nathaniel Hooke. Location 2 ½ miles up the Pagan Point Creek upon the west side.
7-13-1635 London England, Virginia Vaughan Rowland Vaughan took the oath of allegiance at London to be transported to VA on the “Alice”.
7-27-1635 Virginia Vaughan John Vaughan comes to Virginia upon the “Primrose”.
8-1-1635 Virginia Vaughan Jo. Vaughan, age 17, took the oath of allegiance and embarked for VA in the Elizabeth from London.
8-7-1635 Virginia Vaughan Davie Vaughan was transported from London to VA on the “Globe”.
7-7-1636 Charles River Co., VA Vaughan, Chew John was named a headright by John Chew, Gentleman, in his patent for 700 acres in Charles River County.
10-17-1636 Elizabeth City Co. VA Vaughan, Vanerit Rowland Vaughan was a headright of James Vanerit in Elizabeth City, County, VA.
8-9-1637 Charles River, Co. VA Vaughan, Chew John Vaughan was a headright of John Chew.


1639 Accomack County, VA Vaughan John Vaughan received 30 acres of land in Accomack County in 1639. There is some deed records at the Virginia Land Grant webpage about a John Vaughan and Edward Murfey in 1643. Accomack County or Shire was later named Northampton in 1642, and by 1649 there were only 1,000 colonists in VA. All land bought this early was from the Virginia Company.
8-20-1639 Accomack Co., VA Vaughan John Vaughan rented 30 acres in Accomack Co, VA.
1640 Elizabeth City, Virginia Vaughan/Vaughn, Spelman, Mountney August 3, 1640: “Concerninge strifes and debates betwixt them and especially Concerninge hurt and damage done to Vaughn by Dewyns hogges. It is ordered that Mr. Alexander Mountney and Roger Johns to whome it is referred, shall take a viewe of such trespas and damage committed and accordinglely make reporte thereof unto the next monethly Court Upon which report the Court shall take such gurther order as shall be meete.” (Ames, p. 31)A confrontation between Vaughn and Dewyn over hogs had resulted in “violent blowes”, Mountney was sent out to survey the damage for the resulting civil suit. The court ruled against Vaughn on Mountney’s testimony, as Roger Johns did not testify. September 7, 1640: “concerning damaze pretended to be done by hogges Beinge referred (.) It is now certified by Mr. Alexander Mountney that noe damage hath Beene done or suffered as was pretended.” (Ames, p. 17)With no intervening details available, John Vaughn later sued Mountney, and the courts again ruled against Vaughn, and in favor of Mountney. May 17, 1641: It is ordered that John Vaughan shall satisfye the Charges of this Court in the suite depending betwen him and Alexander Mountney. Otherwise Execution etc.” (Ames, p. 84)
2-24-1643 Virginia Vaughan, Murfrey Granted 1200 acres with Edward Murfrey upon the south side of the Potomack river on the eastmost side of Cedar Island Creek. Murfrey apparently didn’t pursue the grant so John Vaughan received it.
1664 Westmoreland Co., VA Vaughan John Vaughan left his will in Westmoreland County. Other patents to other men mentions John’s land, in Westmoreland County.
3-23-1664 Westmoreland Co. VA Vaughan William Vaughan patented 156 acres in Westmoreland Co. East side of Fishing Creek .
1666 Nansemond Co. VA Vaughan, Baker, Crewes, Parker Edward Vaughan receives 100 acres of land in the Upper Parish of Nansemond County, VA, with Silvester Baker, Randolph Crewes and Richard Parker mentioned in the grant.
March 29, 1680 North Carolina Benton, Yost Court of the Grand Council orders that John Benton be committed to the tuition of Mr. Robert Yost until 18 yrs of age. This John was an orphan.


1682 Nansemond Co., VA Benton Epaphroditus Benton imported 10 people to Nansemond County in 1682 and received 500 acres of land. Epaphroditus Benton received land in Nansemond County on April 24, 1682" Upon the Cross SW of Barbacue, Beginning at Thomas Duke to the head of the Dogwood Creek" for transportation of 10 people (600 acres). He also received 200 acres near the same location on October 21, 1687 for transportation of Sarah Moody, Jno. Travers, James Robins and a Negro named Kate.Granted land in Nansemond County, Virginia in the 1680s, Patent book 7,pages 169, 392,493 an d 606.Source "Cavaliers and Pioneers Volume 2 " pages 239, 280, 295 and 314.In the book, "Abstracts of Virginia, Virginia Land Patents and Grants" by Nell Marion Nugent , patent Book #7, page 239, Epaphroditus Benton transported 10 people from England to Virginia and received 50 acres of land for his services, per person transported, for a total of 500 acres. He arrived in Virginia on April 24, 1682. One passenger was an Elizabeth Millard and possibly her daughter.

10-15-1698 Nansemond Col, VA Benton “Cavaliers and Pioneers, Volume 3” are a few entries for Bentons as follows:Page 25: EPAPHRODITUS BENTON, 70 acs., Up. Par. of Nansamond Co.; on W. side of the S. br. of Nansamond River; beg. Near his lower landing by the Long point; 15 Oct. 1698, p. 182. Trans. Of 2 persHe owned 1100 acres of land in Nansemond County, Virginia at the time of his death in 1701. His land was divided up among his three sons.
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1600 Vaughan, Benton, VA

Vaughan, Benton, and related families of interest -1600s

Date Location Family Data
1600s Northampton Co, VA Robins Obedience Robins, father of Mary Robins that married Captain John Savage, was a friend of Debedeavon the Chief and named Northampton County, VA.
1619 Virginia Savage In 1618, Ensign Thomas Savage with some indentured servants began a profitable trading relationship with the Accawmack Indians. Savages success likely stemmed from his previous experience on the Eastern shore serving as an interpreter, a skill he obtained while living with the Powhatans for several years, first on Argall’s 1613 voyage and later in 1617 for a merchant. He received some land from Debedeavon, the Accawmack Chief or Werrowance. It was called either Savage’s Neck or Old Plantation Creek. This trade with the Indians predated the Virginia Company’s settlement by a year.
1619 Virginia Vaghan John Vaghan (Vaughan) was transported to Virginia on the “Bona Nova”. One history mentions an indentured servant of Thomas Savage named John Vaughan, probably the same man and he may have served him first before being a servant of William Barry’s.
1624-5 Elizabeth City, VA Vaghan John Vaghan (Vaughan) mentioned in the Muster of Sergeant William Barry’s, at Elizabeth City.
3-24-1635 Elizabeth City, VA Vaughan Lewis Vaughan was a headright of James Knott in Elizabeth City, VA.
6-5-1635 Virginia Vaughan Patrick Vaughan was one of the headrights of Nathaniel Hooke. Location 2 ½ miles up the Pagan Point Creek upon the west side.
7-13-1635 London England, Virginia Vaughan Rowland Vaughan took the oath of allegiance at London to be transported to VA on the “Alice”.
7-27-1635 Virginia Vaughan John Vaughan comes to Virginia upon the “Primrose”.
8-1-1635 Virginia Vaughan Jo. Vaughan, age 17, took the oath of allegiance and embarked for VA in the Elizabeth from London.
8-7-1635 Virginia Vaughan Davie Vaughan was transported from London to VA on the “Globe”.
7-7-1636 Charles River Co., VA Vaughan, Chew John was named a headright by John Chew, Gentleman, in his patent for 700 acres in Charles River County.
10-17-1636 Elizabeth City Co. VA Vaughan, Vanerit Rowland Vaughan was a headright of James Vanerit in Elizabeth City, County, VA.
8-9-1637 Charles River, Co. VA Vaughan, Chew John Vaughan was a headright of John Chew.


1639 Accomack County, VA Vaughan John Vaughan received 30 acres of land in Accomack County in 1639. There is some deed records at the Virginia Land Grant webpage about a John Vaughan and Edward Murfey in 1643. Accomack County or Shire was later named Northampton in 1642, and by 1649 there were only 1,000 colonists in VA. All land bought this early was from the Virginia Company.
8-20-1639 Accomack Co., VA Vaughan John Vaughan rented 30 acres in Accomack Co, VA.
1640 Elizabeth City, Virginia Vaughan/Vaughn, Spelman, Mountney August 3, 1640: “Concerninge strifes and debates betwixt them and especially Concerninge hurt and damage done to Vaughn by Dewyns Hogges. It is ordered that Mr. Alexander Mountney and Roger Johns to whome it is referred, shall take a viewe of such trespas and damage committed and accordinglely make reporte thereof unto the next monethly Court Upon which report the Court shall take such gurther order as shall be meete.” (Ames, p. 31)A confrontation between Vaughn and Dewyn over hogs had resulted in “violent blowes”, Mountney was sent out to survey the damage for the resulting civil suit. The court ruled against Vaughn on Mountney’s testimony, as Roger Johns did not testify. September 7, 1640: “concerning damaze pretended to be done by hogges Beinge referred (.) It is now certified by Mr. Alexander Mountney that noe damage hath Beene done or suffered as was pretended.” (Ames, p. 17)With no intervening details available, John Vaughn later sued Mountney, and the courts again ruled against Vaughn, and in favor of Mountney. May 17, 1641: It is ordered that John Vaughan shall satisfye the Charges of this Court in the suite depending betwen him and Alexander Mountney. Otherwise Execution etc.” (Ames, p. 84)
2-24-1643 Virginia Vaughan, Murfrey Granted 1200 acres with Edward Murfrey upon the south side of the Potomack river on the eastmost side of Cedar Island Creek. Murfrey apparently didn’t pursue the grant so John Vaughan received it.
1664 Westmoreland Co., VA Vaughan John Vaughan left his will in Westmoreland County. Other patents to other men mentions John’s land, in Westmoreland County.
3-23-1664 Westmoreland Co. VA Vaughan William Vaughan patented 156 acres in Westmoreland Co. East side of Fishing Creek .
1666 Nansemond Co. VA Vaughan, Baker, Crewes, Parker Edward Vaughan receives 100 acres of land in the Upper Parish of Nansemond County, VA, with Silvester Baker, Randolph Crewes and Richard Parker mentioned in the grant.
March 29, 1680 North Carolina Benton, Yost Court of the Grand Council orders that John Benton be committed to the tuition of Mr. Robert Yost until 18 yrs of age. This John was an orphan.


1682 Nansemond Co., VA Benton Epaphroditus Benton imported 10 people to Nansemond County in 1682 and received 500 acres of land. Epaphroditus Benton received land in Nansemond County on April 24, 1682" Upon the Cross SW of Barbacue, Beginning at Thomas Duke to the head of the Dogwood Creek" for transportation of 10 people (600 acres). He also received 200 acres near the same location on October 21, 1687 for transportation of Sarah Moody, Jno. Travers, James Robins and a Negro named Kate.Granted land in Nansemond County, Virginia in the 1680s, Patent book 7,pages 169, 392,493 an d 606.Source "Cavaliers and Pioneers Volume 2 " pages 239, 280, 295 and 314.In the book, "Abstracts of Virginia, Virginia Land Patents and Grants" by Nell Marion Nugent , patent Book #7, page 239, Epaphroditus Benton transported 10 people from England to Virginia and received 50 acres of land for his services, per person transported, for a total of 500 acres. He arrived in Virginia on April 24, 1682. One passenger was an Elizabeth Millard and possibly her daughter.

10-15-1698 Nansemond Col, VA Benton “Cavaliers and Pioneers, Volume 3” are a few entries for Bentons as follows:Page 25: EPAPHRODITUS BENTON, 70 acs., Up. Par. of Nansamond Co.; on W. side of the S. br. of Nansamond River; beg. Near his lower landing by the Long point; 15 Oct. 1698, p. 182. Trans. Of 2 persHe owned 1100 acres of land in Nansemond County, Virginia at the time of his death in 1701. His land was divided up among his three sons.

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Sunday, January 20, 2008

Grave Yard Vaughans

Not in Order: Andrew Jackson Vaughans Grave. JPGBuck Curtis Evanss Grave. JPGCloeatta Vaughn at Hindsville Vaughan Cemetary. JPGCloetta Vaughn Hudson at Vaughan Cemetary. JPGIssac Cora Vaughans Grave. JPGMary Vaughans Grave. JPGSamuel VaughansGrave. JPGThumbs.dbVaughan Cemetary Monument 2 JPGVaughan Cemetary.JPG








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Andrew Jackson Vaughans Grave. JPGBuck Curtis Evans Grave. JPGCloeatta Vaughn at Hindsville Vaughan Cemetary.JPGCloetta Vaughn Hudson at Vaughan Cemetary. JPG Issac Cora Vaughans Grave. E.M Sanders Eliz Stout JPGMary Vaughans Grave. JPGSamuel Vaughans Grave. JPGVaughan Cemetary Monument 2.JPGVaughan Cemetary.JPG Floe Linegarger, Geo W Morris, Issac Cooper, Issac Vaughan Opening of the Vaughan Cemetary.





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Photo: Allen Whitener
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Other Noted Death Records: Sarah Elizabeth Vaughn Snow - d. 1979 aged 90 yrs, buried Snow Cem, Newton Co, AR - d/o Frank James (bro. of Jesse James) who changed his name to Vaughn after being pardoned and moving to Newton Co. This was in the Harrison, AR newspaper.
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Re: Snow Cemetery listing in Newton Co, AR on USGenWeb. Look at these other burials!! Row 6lot 12: Charley Vaughn, born May 29, 1900, and died March 27, 1960. Son of Joe and Nancy Richardson Vaughn. Husband of Mary Ramsey Vaughn..lot 13: Mary Vaughn, born September 15, 1903, and died May 12, 1964. Daughter of Crusow and Gustie Holcomb Ramsey. Wife of Charley Vaughn.lot 15: Delbert Gean Vaughn, born September 6, 1944, and diedJanuary 19, 1945. Son of Charley and Mary Ramsey Vaughn.lot 18: Nancy Richardson Vaughn, born 1860, died 1937. Daughter of ********John Richardson and wife of Joe (alias Frank James) Vaughn.lot 19: Joe Vaughn (Alias Frank James), born 1844, and died ********February, 1926. Husband of Nancy Richardson Vaughn. Son of Agnes Collind and Edd Reed.
Photo of Geo. Washington Vaughan grave; b 1846 http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=45207923
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Saturday, January 12, 2008

Robert Vaughan of Virginis Family

Descendants of Robert Vaughan
Generation No. 1
1. ROBERT1 VAUGHAN was born Abt. 1705 in Prince George Co, Virginia, and died September 25, 1779 in Amelia Co, Virginia. He married MARTHA UNK Abt. 1731 in Amelia Co, Virginia. She was born Abt. 1709 in Prince Edward Co, Virginia, and died Aft. September 1779 in Amelia Co, Virginia.

Children of ROBERT VAUGHAN and MARTHA UNK are:
i. PHOEBE2 VAUGHAN, b. May 18, 1732, Bristol Parish, Prince George Co, Virginia; m. UNK MAYES.
ii. NICHOLAS VAUGHAN, b. November 21, 1734, Bristol Parish, Prince George Co, Virginia.
2. iii. ROBERT VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1735, Glouchester, Amelia Co, Virginia; d. 1805, Nottoway Co, Virginia.
3. iv. SR. JAMES VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1740, Amelia Co, Virginia; d. July 28, 1803, Amelia Co, Virginia.
v. WILLIS VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1753, Amelia Co, Virginia; m. EDITH GUNN, February 07, 1778, Amelia Co, Virginia; b. Abt. 1757, Amelia Co, Virginia.
4. vi. ANN VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1755, Amelia Co, Virginia.
vii. MARTHA VAUGHN, b. Abt. 1759, Amelia Co, Virginia; m. THOMAS COOK, December 30, 1784, Amelia Co, Virginia; b. Abt. 1759, Amelia Co, Virginia.
viii. MARTHA VAUGHN, b. Abt. 1759, Amelia Co, Virginia; m. THOMAS COOK, December 30, 1784, Amelia Co, Virginia; b. Abt. 1759, Amelia Co, Virginia.


Generation No. 2

2. ROBERT2 VAUGHAN (ROBERT1) was born Abt. 1735 in Glouchester, Amelia Co, Virginia, and died 1805 in Nottoway Co, Virginia. He married ELISE ELSE MOTTLEY February 22, 1759 in Glouchester, Amelia Co, Virginia. She was born Abt. 1738 in Glouchester, Amelia Co, Virginia.

Children of ROBERT VAUGHAN and ELISE MOTTLEY are:
i. JOSEPH3 VAUGHAN.
ii. JOHN MILTON VAUGHAN.
iii. ELIZABETH VAUGHAN, m. UNK HUNDLEY.
iv. ROBERT VAUGHAN.
v. JAMES VAUGHAN.
vi. ANN VAUGHAN.
vii. MARY VAUGHAN.
5. viii. ASA VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1777, Amelia Co, Virginia; d. May 31, 1820, Amelia Co, Virginia.

3. SR. JAMES2 VAUGHAN (ROBERT1) was born Abt. 1740 in Amelia Co, Virginia, and died July 28, 1803 in Amelia Co, Virginia. He married (1) ANN HILL Abt. 1764 in Amelia Co, Virginia. She was born Abt. 1744 in Amelia Co, Virginia, and died Abt. 1775 in Amelia Co, Virginia. He married (2) LUCY JETER Abt. 1784 in Amelia Co, Virginia. She died Aft. March 1783 in Amelia Co, Virginia. He married (3) MARY JACKSON Bef. January 1792 in Amelia Co, Virginia. She was born Abt. 1756 in Amelia Co, Virginia, and died March 12, 1821 in Amelia Co, Virginia.

Children of JAMES VAUGHAN and ANN HILL are:
i. OBEDIENCE3 VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1765, Amelia Co, Virginia; m. JOHN MITCHELL, January 30, 1786, Amelia Co, Virginia; b. Abt. 1761, Amelia Co, Virginia.
6. ii. JR. JAMES VAUGHAN, b. September 27, 1767, Amelia Co, Virginia; d. Aft. September 1840, Hawkins Co, Tennessee.
iii. FRANCIS VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1769, Amelia Co, Virginia; m. MADGALENE WALKER, November 27, 1794, Amelia Co, Virginia; b. Abt. 1773.
iv. NANCY VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1770, Amelia Co, Virginia; m. EDWARD HASKINS, November 26, 1791, Amelia Co, Virginia; b. Abt. 1767.
v. WILKES VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1772, Amelia Co, Virginia.

Children of JAMES VAUGHAN and LUCY JETER are:
7. vi. MATILDA3 VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1785, Amelia Co, Virginia; d. 1833.
vii. MILTON VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1786, Amelia Co, Virginia; d. July 05, 1838, McMinn Co, Tennessee; m. REBECCA C. CRADDOCK, October 03, 1811, Amelia Co, Virginia; b. Abt. 1790, Amelia Co, Virginia.

Children of JAMES VAUGHAN and MARY JACKSON are:
viii. WILLIAM H.3 VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1788, Amelia Co, Virginia; d. February 16, 1853, Botetourt, Virginia; m. (1) MARTHA CHAPPELL, March 17, 1813; b. Abt. 1792, ,of, Amelia, Virginia; m. (2) MASON J. LOCKETT, February 23, 1828; b. Abt. 1800.
ix. THOMAS W. VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1790, Amelia Co, Virginia.

4. ANN2 VAUGHAN (ROBERT1) was born Abt. 1755 in Amelia Co, Virginia. She married RICHARD JOHNSON Abt. 1777 in Amelia Co, Virginia. He was born Abt. 1751 in Amelia Co, Virginia.
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Children of ANN VAUGHAN and RICHARD JOHNSON are:
i. ROBERT3 JOHNSON, b. Abt. 1778, Amelia Co, Virginia.
ii. RICHARD JOHNSON, b. Abt. 1780, Amelia Co, Virginia.
iii. NANCY J. JOHNSON, b. Abt. 1782, Amelia Co, Virginia.
iv. JOHN JOHNSON, b. September 19, 1784, Amelia Co, Virginia.
v. WILLIS JOHNSON, b. 1786, Amelia Co, Virginia.
vi. JAMES JOHNSON, b. Abt. 1788, Amelia Co, Virginia.
vii. SARAH C. JOHNSON, b. Abt. 1790, Amelia Co, Virginia.

Generation No. 3
5. ASA3 VAUGHAN (ROBERT2, ROBERT1) was born Abt. 1777 in Amelia Co, Virginia, and died May 31, 1820 in Amelia Co, Virginia. He married JANE TRULY November 07, 1803 in Amelia Co, Virginia. She was born Abt. 1782 in Amelia Co, Virginia.

Child of ASA VAUGHAN and JANE TRULY is:
i. SARAH4 VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1804, Amelia Co, Virginia.

6. JR. JAMES3 VAUGHAN (JAMES2, ROBERT1) was born September 27, 1767 in Amelia Co, Virginia, and died Aft. September 1840 in Hawkins Co, Tennessee. He married (1) SALLY UNK Abt. 1790 in Virginia. She was born Abt. 1779 in Virginia. He married (2) ELIZABETH WALKER Abt. 1790 in Virginia. She was born August 30, 1770 in Virginia.
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Notes for JR. JAMES VAUGHAN:
WILL OF JAMES VAUGHAN
Hawkins Co, TN
Page 474 Dated: Sept. 8, 1840
In the Name of God, Amen. I, James Vaughan of Hawkins County, being in moderate health, knowing that it is appointed that all men has to die, therefore, I commit my soul to God who gave it, and I do constitute this my Will & Testament in manner and form as follows, Viz: My will and desire is that my son John Vaughan shud hold all the perishable property, the one half to be kept for the well support of my beloved wife, Sally Vaughan. Then my will and desire is that my son John shud have the land and plantation whereon I now live containing 100 acres, also 30 acres known by the (name of) Wooten Place, also an entry of 30 acres lying on the north side of the copper ridge which has not been surveyed, then my will and desire is that the part of my land lying on Clinch River shud be rented till the death of my beloved wife Sally Vaughan for her support, and at her death my son John may sell the same or keep it, tho my will and desire is if my just debts are paid at the death of my wife Sally, and my son John sees cause to keep said river tract of land, my will and desire is that he shud pay William Vaughan, Allen Vaughan, Nancy Donnelson, Patsy Rogers, Elizabeth Harrel $50.00 each in money or good trade, if they see cause to take such.
And lastly, I appoint my son_ James Vaughan, Joseph Vaughan, and Benjamin Vaughan Executors of this my last Will & Testament. Signed, sealed. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 8th day of September 1840
James Vaughan (seal)
Witnesses: James Payne, George Payne
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Children of JAMES VAUGHAN and SALLY UNK are:
i. WILLIAM4 VAUGHAN, b. November 07, 1790, Amelia Co, Virginia; d. May 18, 1874, Rogersville, Hawkins Co, Tennessee; m. MARY KINKAID; b. June 02, 1791, North Carolina.
ii. PATSY VAUGHN, b. Abt. 1795, Virginia; m. UNK ROGERS, Bef. September 08, 1840.
iii. SR. ALLEN VAUGHAN, b. April 29, 1795, Amelia Co, Virginia; d. March 14, 1858, Hawkins Co, Tennessee; m. (1) ELLEN UNK; m. (2) ELLEN STEELE, Abt. 1817, Hawkins Co, Tennessee; b. 1800, Tennessee; d. Bef. 1870.
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Notes for SR. ALLEN VAUGHAN:
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WILL OF ALLEN VAUGHAN
Page 478 Dated: Feb'y 7, 1858
Proven: March 1st, 1858, Hawkins Co, TN
I, Allen Vaughan, do make and publish this as my last Will & Testament, hereby revoking and making void all other wills by me at any time made.
First. I direct that my funeral expenses and all my just debts be paid as soon as possible out of any money that I may die possessed or, or may first come into the hands of my Executor.
Secondly. I give and bequeath to my beloved wife Nelly all my land, being the tract on which I now live, for and during her natural life and no longer.
Thirdly. The land mentioned in the above bequest at the death of my wife, I give and bequeath to my three children (to wit), my son, Allen, my daughters, Rebecca and Susan, to be equally divided between them on account of their having helped me to pay for said land.
Fourthly. I give and bequeath to my daughter Rebecca one large pot.
Fifthly. I give and bequeath to my son Allen, my daughters Rebecca and Susan all my personal property that may be on hand, if any, after paying all my just debts, to be equally divided between them.
Last. I do hereby nominate and appoint my son Allen my Executor. In witness whereof I do to his my will set my hand and seal. This 7th day of February, 1858.
Allen x Vaughan (seal)
(his mark)
Signed, sealed and published in our presence, and we have subscribed out names hereto in the presence of the Testator. This 7th day February, 1858.
Jas. B. Galbraith, P. L. Henderson, Michael Looney


iv. ELIZABETH VAUGHAN, b. 1802, Hawkins Co., Tennessee; d. Aft. 1880; m. JACOB HARRELL, Abt. 1828, Hawkins Co, Tennessee; b. July 15, 1803, Hawkins Co., Tennessee; d. October 25, 1883, Carters Valley, Hawkins Co., Tennessee.

Notes for JACOB HARRELL:
1860 Hawkins Co. TN District 7
914 855 Harrold Jacob 59 M
" Bettie 58 F
Harrold Thomas 13 M
" Joe 10 M
" Bettie 18 F

1860 Hawkins Co. TN District 7
914 855 Harrold Jacob 59 M
" Bettie 58 F
Harrold Thomas 13 M
" Joe 10 M
" Bettie 18 F


v. JOSEPH VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1804, Tennessee; d. January 16, 1862; m. MARY ELVIRA BASSETT, March 04, 1841, Hawkins Co, Tennessee; b. Abt. 1820, Hawkins Co, Tennessee.
vi. BENJAMIN VAUGHN, b. Abt. 1812, Tennessee.
vii. JOHN VAUGHAN, b. 1815, Tennessee; m. MALINDA BARRETT, Bef. 1840; b. 1819, Hawkins Co, Tennessee; d. Aft. 1860.

Notes for JOHN VAUGHAN:
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1860 Hawkins Co, TN Census, District 3

660 647 Vaughn John 45 M
" Malinda 44 F
" George 19 M
" Joseph 16 M
" Thomas 11 M
" Leonador 11 M
" Franklin 8 M
Carrier Rosalphus 14 F

Children of JAMES VAUGHAN and ELIZABETH WALKER are:
viii. WILLIAM4 VAUGHAN, b. November 07, 1790, Amelia Co, Virginia; d. May 18, 1874, Rogersville, Hawkins Co, Tennessee; m. MARY KINKAID; b. June 02, 1791, North Carolina.
ix. THOMAS VAUGHAN, b. August 27, 1793, Amelia Co, Virginia; d. May 04, 1855, McMinn Co, Tennessee; m. LEAH MCCARTY, March 09, 1819, Hawkins Co, Tennessee; b. November 29, 1793, Hawkins Co, Tennessee; d. October 16, 1863, Athens, McMinn Co, Tennessee.
x. SR. ALLEN VAUGHAN, b. April 29, 1795, Amelia Co, Virginia; d. March 14, 1858, Hawkins Co, Tennessee; m. (1) ELLEN UNK; m. (2) ELLEN STEELE, Abt. 1817, Hawkins Co, Tennessee; b. 1800, Tennessee; d. Bef. 1870.
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Notes for SR. ALLEN VAUGHAN:
WILL OF ALLEN VAUGHAN
Page 478 Dated: Feb'y 7, 1858
Proven: March 1st, 1858, Hawkins Co, TN
I, Allen Vaughan, do make and publish this as my last Will & Testament, hereby revoking and making void all other wills by me at any time made.
First. I direct that my funeral expenses and all my just debts be paid as soon as possible out of any money that I may die possessed or, or may first come into the hands of my Executor.
Secondly. I give and bequeath to my beloved wife Nelly all my land, being the tract on which I now live, for and during her natural life and no longer.
Thirdly. The land mentioned in the above bequest at the death of my wife, I give and bequeath to my three children (to wit), my son, Allen, my daughters, Rebecca and Susan, to be equally divided between them on account of their having helped me to pay for said land.
Fourthly. I give and bequeath to my daughter Rebecca one large pot.
Fifthly. I give and bequeath to my son Allen, my daughters Rebecca and Susan all my personal property that may be on hand, if any, after paying all my just debts, to be equally divided between them.
Last. I do hereby nominate and appoint my son Allen my Executor. In witness whereof I do to his my will set my hand and seal. This 7th day of February, 1858.
Allen x Vaughan (seal)
(his mark)
Signed, sealed and published in our presence, and we have subscribed out names hereto in the presence of the Testator. This 7th day February, 1858.
Jas. B. Galbraith, P. L. Henderson, Michael Looney
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xi. NANCY JANE VAUGHAN, b. August 06, 1797, Scott Co, Virginia; d. 1888, Texas; m. JAMES DONALDSON, 1819; b. Abt. 1795, Hawkins Co, Tennessee.
xii. III JAMES VAUGHAN, b. May 05, 1799, Prince Edward Co, Virginia; d. December 23, 1874, Boones Creek, Washington Co, Tennessee; m. MATILDA RADER, Abt. 1834, Tennessee; b. Abt. 1811; d. Boones Creek, Washington Co, Tennessee.
xiii. ELIZABETH VAUGHAN, b. 1802, Hawkins Co., Tennessee; d. Aft. 1880; m. JACOB HARRELL, Abt. 1828, Hawkins Co, Tennessee; b. July 15, 1803, Hawkins Co., Tennessee; d. October 25, 1883, Carters Valley, Hawkins Co., Tennessee.

Notes for JACOB HARRELL:
1860 Hawkins Co. TN District 7
914 855 Harrold Jacob 59 M
" Bettie 58 F
Harrold Thomas 13 M
" Joe 10 M
" Bettie 18 F


1860 Hawkins Co. TN District 7
914 855 Harrold Jacob 59 M
" Bettie 58 F
Harrold Thomas 13 M
" Joe 10 M
" Bettie 18 F


xiv. BENJAMIN WALKER VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1805, Tennessee; d. Hawkins Co, Tennessee; m. MARTHA SIMMONS, Abt. 1828; b. September 1806, Virginia; d. Aft. 1860.

Notes for MARTHA SIMMONS:

1860 Hawkins Co, Tennessee Cenus, District 9
687 637 Vaughn Martha 53 F
" Robert 18 M
Jay Johanna 11 F

xv. MARTHA VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1809, Virginia; m. DAUSWELL ROGERS, Abt. 1831; b. Abt. 1805.
xvi. ROBERT VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1811, Amelia Co, Virginia; d. Prob Died at Early Age, Unmarried.
xvii. JOHN VAUGHAN, b. 1815, Tennessee; m. MALINDA BARRETT, Bef. 1840; b. 1819, Hawkins Co, Tennessee; d. Aft. 1860.

Notes for JOHN VAUGHAN:
1860 Hawkins Co, TN Census, District 3

660 647 Vaughn John 45 M
" Malinda 44 F
" George 19 M
" Joseph 16 M
" Thomas 11 M
" Leonador 11 M
" Franklin 8 M
Carrier Rosalphus 14 F

7. MATILDA3 VAUGHAN (JAMES2, ROBERT1) was born Abt. 1785 in Amelia Co, Virginia, and died 1833. She married SOVEREIGN JETER 1806 in Amelia Co, Virginia. He was born Abt. 1781 in Amelia Co, Virginia.

Child of MATILDA VAUGHAN and SOVEREIGN JETER is:
i. JAMES MILTON4 JETER, b. January 27, 1829, Amelia Co, Virginia.
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Friday, January 11, 2008

Vaughan Virginia Land Grants 2.4

Vaughan Virginia Land Grants
Grants on-line at: http://198.17.62.51/collections/LO.html
Number Topographic map number Vaughan/Vaughn Grant name VA County Description and Card Number Acres Grant Date
1 46 Vaughan, Abraham Amelia On the lower side of Saylor's Creek #3 Modern location: At the corner of Cumberland, Prince Edward and Amelia Counties, north of route 307. 525 1-12-1746
2 29,45 Abraham Lunenburg Beginning at John Twitty's corner on a branch of the 2nd fork of Lickinghole #4 Modern location: Probably in Charlotte County, to the NE of Randolph, VA and close to the town of Saxe, a few miles north of Hwy 360 in the Southern part of Charlotte. 400 9-5-1749
3 29,45 Abraham Lunenburg On the heard branches of the Horsepen Creek, adjoining his own lines #5 Modern location: See Abraham Vaughan, #2, above. 400 8-15-1764
4 58-59,70-71 Cornelius King and Queen Beginning near the head of the great meadow #10 Unknown modern location due to vague description 288 4-29-1693
5 58-59,70-71 Cornelius King and Queen See Jones, Thomas & Vaughan, Cornelius #11 Unknown modern location due to vague description 420 4-20-1694
6 33-34 Edward Nansemond Adjoining the land of Sylvester Baker, Randolph Crecive, Richard Parker & c. #18 Modern location too vague to locate, but somewhere in modern County of Suffolk City, VA. 100 5-11-1666
7 74-75 Evan Spotsylvania In the little fork of Rappahannock river; beginning at 3 white oaks standing on the north side of the North fork of the Gourd Vine river #21 Modern location: The Gourd Vine river is today the Thornton, and this land is somewhere close to the town of Korea, Virginia in either Northern Culpepper or southern Rappahannock Counties, VA. 70 6-20-1733
8 30 George Brunswick In the fork of Eagle's Nest Creek # 22. Modern location is north of South Hill, Mecklenburg County, VA, by Burnt Store. 290 10-1-1747
9 58 George Hanover Adjoining Anthony Winston, Marjory Pate & his own land # 23 Modern location: Uncertain, but probably north of Richmond, Virginia on the Hanover/Caroline County border off of the North Anna River. 142 2-20-1723
10 30-31 George Lunenburg On the branches of Eagles Nest Creek & the branches of Taylor's Creek #24 Modern location: In NE Mecklenburg County, very close to Brunswick border & near South Hill, Virginia (to the NE of town). 400 5-12-1759
11 59 Henry (old) Rappahannock Adjoining the land of Major George Morris, James Vaughan & Thomas Gaines. On the head of a Deep Valley or bottom issuing out of a branch of Hoskins Creek # 28 Modern location: Due east of Tappahannock, Virginia (creek runs by town) in Essex County, VA, off of the Rappahannock River. 375 10-21-1684
12 46 Henry Amelia On the upper side of Flatt Creek #27, Modern location is slightly south and east of Sayler's Creek, at the corner of Cumberland, Prince Edward & Amelia Counties, , north of Route 307 182 10-1-1747
13 31-32 Henry Southampton On the south side of Nottoway river, adjoining William Bittle, and Richard Kirby Jr. #29 Modern location: probably west or south of the small town of Sebrell, VA. In Southampton County. North of Hwy 58. As the southern part of the Nottoway is mostly swamp, the land probably was in the northern half of the river, west of Hwy 35. In either Isle of Wight, Southampton or Greenville Counties. 85 7-10-1755
14 31-32 Henry Southampton On the north side of Meherin river, adjoining William Bittle, Sephen Powells, William Kirby and extending #30 Modern location: See Henry, above. 136 8-16-1756
15 47 Isham Amelia On the East side of the long Branch that makes out of the Hurricane Creek #31 Modern location is between Ft. Pickett Reservoir & Ft. Pickett Military Reservation, south of Blackstone, VA in Nottoway County on the border of Dinwiddie County 55 7-20-1768
16 30-31 James Brunswick #32 On the north side of Maharin River Modern location: is somewhere slightly NW of Ogburn in Mecklenburg County, running east into Brunswick County roughly the same route as Highway 58 (to the south of the Highway) into Greensville County. In either the northern half of Lunenburg, Brunswick or Greensville Co. VA. 115 10-13-1736
17 31-32 James Brunswick #33 On a branch of Three Creeks Modern location: In Greensville County, the eastern part, NW of town of Emporia. 31.5 9-1-1783
18 Out of Range James Montgomery #36 On Mud river a fork of Guyandott waters of the Ohio adjoining & above a Survey made for Jacob Myers. Modern location: This land is now in West Virginia. 1400 11-27-1787
19 29 James Halifax #35 On Peter's Creek adjoining Comer's land Modern location: Due east of the city of South Boston, just above the Dan River and just west of Stauton River State Park in Halifax County, VA. 400 7-5-1774
20 29-31 James Jr. Brunswick #40 On the north side of the south fork of Reedy Creek Modern location: possibilities: A.) East of Lawrenceville in Brunswick Co. VA. B.) SE of Conner Lake, NE of Mt. Laurel by Charlotte/Halifax Border. C.) SW of Victoria, above Meherrin river in Lunenburg Co. 378 6-16-1727
21 51,62 John Accomack #44 Bounding Northerly on a small Creek, pting. The same from the land belonging to the Company "Lease for 21 years" Modern location: Somewhere in either Northampton or Accomack counties, both are part of a semi-island. 30 7-20-1639
22 44 John Halifax On both sides of Little Straight Stone Creek adjoining Edward Hubbard #49 Modern location: In Pittsylvania County, in the northern half of the county, SE of the Campbell county border and south of the Staunton river & north of Hwy 40. 392 7-15-1760
23 29,45 John Lunenburg On both sides of Reece’s fork of Twitty’s Creek adjoining Jones’ line. #52 Modern location: See #2, Abraham Vaughan. 400 8-20-1760
24 49 John Lower Norfolk #53 On the South side of Black water creek, beginning and continuing by a poquoson side Modern location: In extreme north Sussex County or extreme south Surry County, the Blackwater River separates the two counties. Just north of Hwy 460, north of the town of Waverly, in Sussex County. 221 10-9-1675
25 49 John Lower Norfolk #54 Being in Curretuck Precincts on the north side of the Blackwater river. Beg.g & c. corner tree of Henry Southens. Modern location: See #24, above, for location. 300 4-20-1685
26 28,44 John Pittsylvania #55 On the branches of Straight Stone Creek adjoining Dillard, Hubbard & c. Modern location: See #22, above, but could also be south of the Little Straight Stone Creek, but still north of Hwy 40. 182 5-1-1780
27 47,48 John Prince George #56 On both sides of Rockey Branch on the lower side of Mawhipponock Creek Patents 27, p. 302 Modern location: Located in Dinwiddie County, the creeks are now the Whipponock and the Rocky Run and both are in the middle part of the county, one in the north central part, the other in the mid-center part. Whipponock runs to the north of Hwy 460 and Rocky Run runs to the north of Hwy 1 and south of Wheelers Pond and Colemans Lake. 37 9-5-1749
28 Out of Range John, et al KY Military District #57 On the northwest of the Ohio and on the waters thereof beginning & c. lower back corner to George Washington’s survey no. 403 Modern location: Now in state of Kentucky 1000 5-29-1792
29 Out of Range John, et al KY Military District #58 On the northwest of the Ohio, beginning & c. upper back corner to Edmund Clarks survey no. 1679 and in the line of Richard C. Andersons survey no. 1677 Modern location: Now in state of Kentucky 822 5-29-1792
30 49 John & John Rea New Kent 50 po: Beg.g & c. by Mr. Burnet’s line of marked trees; thence & c. on the N: Wt. Side of Burchen Swamp #59 Modern location: Unknown, but very likely in Surry County, VA, between Upper Chippokes River and Cypress Swamp river. 130 1-15-1662
31 29,30 Joshua Lunenburg #63 On both sides of a branch of Sanson’s fork of the Horsepen Creek, adjoining Jeremiah White’s lines Pat. 36 p. 855 Modern location: In mid Charlotte County, east of the town of Saxe. See also, Abraham Vaughan, #2 400 9-16-1765
32 47 Lewis Amelia #2 On the head branches of Tomahawk and Franks Creek adjoining the lines of Robert Vaughan & others. Pat. No. 31 1751-56 p. 671 Modern location: is north of Swift Creek Reservoir in Chesterfield County at Powhatan County. 244 9-10-1755
33 Out of Range Matthew Montgomery #3 On Mud River a fork of Guyandotte waters of Ohio about 2 miles from the mouth. Grants 15, p. 50 Modern location: Now in the state of West Virginia. 4967 11-27-1787
34 24 Nathaniel Montgomery #6 On the Knob fork of Elk Creek, a branch of New River Grants 35, p. 473 Modern location: North of the New River, south of the Iron Mountains, East of Brierpatch Mountain near the Wythe County line. 170 8-3-1796
35 30 Reubin & Stephen Lunenburg #8 On the head of Anthony’s Branch, & on the lower side of Pine Creek. Pat. 34, p. 411 Modern location: Probably in southern Lunenburg County or northern Mecklenburg, though Anthony’s Branch hasn’t been pinpointed. 795 8-10-1759
36 31 Richard Brunswick #9 On the north side of Waqua Creek Pat. No. 12, 1724-26 p. 528 Modern location: In NE Brunswick Co. close to Dinwiddie County line, Hwy 85 runs by. SE of Ft. Picken's Military Reservation & NE of Lawrenceville. 342 7-7-1726
37 31 Richard Brunswick #10 On the south side of Waqua, on the Beaverpond Branch Pat. No. 14, 1728-32 p. 76 Modern location: As #11, above, but Beaver Pond Creek in believed to now just be known as Beaver Branch Creek and is a mile or two south of the Waqua Creek. Both creeks empty into the Nottoway River, which is the county line with Dinwiddie. There is also a Beaverpond Creek that comes in from North Carolina, just above Gaston, NC and is about 25 miles South of Waqua Creek. 255 9-28-1728
38 48 Richard Charles City # 11 See Vaughan, William and Vaughan, Richard, undated Pat. 8, 1689-95 p. 149 Modern location: In Dinwiddie County, VA, just south and slightly west of Petersburg, VA. Close to Hwy 1 there are two roads, “Old Vaughan road” and “Vaughan road” On the eastern half of the county. 281 10-15-1698
39 61-62 Richard Northhampton #13 At Occohannock creek, beginning at a small branch on the Easternmost side of Edmond Scarburgh’s land Pat. 2, p. 179 Modern location: On the border of Northampton and Accomack Counties. 300 10-15-1649
40 61-62 Richard Northhampton #14 At Occohannock creek, Beg.g. at the Easternmost part of a former dividend, granted to Richard Vaughan Pat. 2, p. 329 Modern location: On the border of Northampton and Accomack Counties 350 7-20-1651
41 46 Robert Amelia #15 On the lower side of Flatt Creek. Pat. No. 19, 1739-41 p. 933 Modern location: See Henry Vaughan of Amelia County, #12 800 3-24-1740
42 35 Robert Prince Anne #17 High land and marsh, lying at Gilberts point on the Eastward side of the North River. Pat. 8, p. 443 Modern location: In modern Chesapeake City or Virginia Beach City, to the south of the cities, along the North Landing River. 243 4-21-1695
43 47 Samuel Prince George #19 On the lower side of the Middle Seller fork of Deep Creek adjoining West, Dennis and c. Pat. 17, p. 131 Modern location: Found in the northeast part of Nottoway County, due north of Blackstone, Virginia. The “Middle Seller Fork” should be the Celler Fork. 353 7-20-1735
44 47 Samuel Prince George # 20 On the lower side of George’s Branch of Namozine Creek pat. 22, p. 534 Modern location: In Dinwiddie County, in the northern part of the county, southwest of the Chesterfield, Amelia, Dinwiddie border. 317 9-20-1745
45 28 Sarah Pittsylvania #21 On the branches of Fly Blow Creek, Adjoining Farriss land. Book A, P. 289 Modern location: In Eastern Pittsylvania County, west of Mt. Airy and Hwy 40 crosses the creek. 149 5-1-1780
46 Out of Range Shadrack Kentucky Co. #22 On the waters of Elkhorn Creek, a north branch __ of the Kentucky River & about 25 miles from __ Same & about 95 miles from the Ohio __ on the south side thereof. Grants A. p. 96 Modern location: In the state of Kentucky, out of range. 2000 10-17-1779
47 31,32 Stephen Isle of Wight #23 On the South side of Nottaway river. Beg.g & c. onthe north side of the 3 Creeks; thence & c. over the run of the Reedy branch. Pat. 15, p. 357 Modern location: In western Greensville or extreme eastern Brunswick Counties, north of Hwy 58, NE of Emporia, Virginia. 50 11-21-1734
48 30 Stephen & Reubin Lunenburg #24 On the Head of Anthony’s Branch, & on the lower side of Pine Creek Pat. 34, p. 411 Modern location: Probably in southern Lunenburg County or northern Mecklenburg, though Anthony’s Branch hasn’t been pinpointed. 795 8-10-1759
49 46 Thomas Amelia #25 On both sides of Frank’s Creek of Flatt Creek Pat. No. 17, 1735-38, p. 390 Modern location: See Henry Vaughan of Amelia County, #12. 400 8-15-1737
50 Out of Range Thomas Cabell Co., West VA #26 On the waters of Mill Creek. Beg.g & c corner to a survey of 200 acs. Made for Edmund McGinnis Grant 68, 1819 p. 300 Modern location: In modern West Virginia. 40 8-2-1819
51 26 Thomas Henry #28 On the head branches of Horse Pasture Creek adjoining Redmonds line. Grants G, p. 205 Modern location: In Henry County, north of Hwy 58 and near Pleasant Grove, Virginia. 300 9-1-1782
52 33 Thomas Nansemond #31 at the head of the flat Cyprus swamp of Sumerton Creek Pat. 10, p. 301 Modern location: In Suffolk City County, Virginia, in the southwest corner, just south of Union Camp Holding Pond and very close to the North Carolina line. 142 10-31-1716
53 33 Thomas Nansemond #32 At a place called Hackney marsh. Pat. 16, p. 263 Modern location: Unknown, but probably in Suffolk City County, Virginia near the entry above. 362 9-10-1735
54 28 Thomas Pittsylvania #33 On the branches of Fly Blow Creek, adjoining John Short’s land Pat. 39, p. 294 Modern location: In eastern Pittsylvania County, close to Mt. Airy and Hwy 40 crosses the creek. 369 2-16-1771
55 32 Thomas Surry #34 On the north side of Nottoway river; beginning & extending on the west side of Harwood swamp. Pat. No. 32, p. 296 Modern location: In the corner of Dinwiddie, Sussex and Greensville Counties, in Sussex County, Virginia. 204 11-12-1753
56 32 Thomas Sussex #35 On the North side of Nottoway river. Beginning at the Hardword run of the county line. Pat. No. 34, P. 820 Modern location: See #55, above. 100 2-14-1761
57 29 Timothy Halifax #36 On the branches of Ellis’ & Catawba Creeks. Pat. 33, p. 582 Modern location: In extreme northern Halifax County, near the Charlotte County line, north of town of Lennig and SE of Clarkton. 400 7-4-1759
58 31-32 William Brunswick #38 On the north side of Three Creeks Pat. No. 27, 1748-49 p. 503 Modern location: See James Vaughan of Brunswick Co. #17 441 12-15-1749
59 31-32 William Brunswick #39 On the north side of Three Creeks. Pat. No. 29, 1749-51, p. 136 Modern location: See James Vaughan of Brunswick Co. #17 602 6-1-1750
60 31-32 William Brunswick #40 On the south side of Meherin River Pat. A, 1779-80, p. 373 Modern location: Brunswick & Greensville Counties, the Meherrin river to the south of it, roughly following Hwy 58, close to Lawrenceville, but also into Greensville, following Greensville's line with Southhampton County to the N.C. line. 50 6-8-1780
61 48 William Charles City #43 On the South side of Appomattox river. Adjoining the land of Thos. Lowe, John Evens, Wm. Johnson & the Ballows &c. Pat. 7, 1679-89, p. 30 Modern location: Due to length of the river and vague location, it is unknown where this was located, but probably in western Prince George or eastern Dinwiddie County, VA. 1225 4-20-1680
62 31-32 William Isle of Wight #46 On the south side of Nottoway river, & on the north side of the Three Creeks. Adjoining the land of Adam Taplay. Modern location: In eastern Greensville County, north of Hwy 58. 400 5-25-1734
63 29 William Lunenburg #48 Adjoining Henry Greens land on Buffalo. Pat. 33, p. 55 Modern location: In Mecklenburg County, around the town of Buffalo Springs, just south of the Staunton River, north of Hwy 58 and east of Clarksville. 400 8-16-1756
64 24 William Montgomery #49 On the Knob fork of Elk Creek, adjoining Wades land. Grants 25, p. 58 Modern location: North of the New River, south of the Iron Mountains, East of Brierpatch Mountain near the Wythe County line. 200 9-12-1791
65 35 William Lower Norfolk #50 In Elizabeth river parish, Beg.g. & c. by a branch side of the head of a creek. Pat. 7, p. 497 Modern location: See below, but very likely in the city of Norfolk, Virginia. 72 4-20-1686
66 35 William Lower Norfolk #51 On Tanners creek precincts. Beg.g & c. a corner tree of John Elders. Pat. 7, p. 664 Modern location: Tanner’s Creek is now known as the Lafayette River and lies within the city of Norfolk, Virginia. 220 4-23-1688
67 48 William Prince George #52 On the upper side of the Reedy Run of Arthurs Swamp. Pat. 17, p. 128 Modern location: In Dinwiddie County, VA, just south and slightly west of Petersburg, VA. Close to Hwy 1 there are two roads, “Old Vaughan road” and “Vaughan road” On the eastern half of the county. 348 7-20-1735
68 47 William Prince George #53 On the south side of Namozine Creek, adjoining Claiborne & Fitz. Pat. 27, p. 139 Modern location: In Dinwiddie County, in the northern part of the county, southwest of the Chesterfield, Amelia, Dinwiddie border 400 2-10-1748
69 21 William Russell #54 On the north side of Little Cedar Creek Grants 31 p. 108 Modern location: This is William and Fereby’s land. Very near or even in the current town of Lebanon in Russell County, Virginia. 70 8-13-1794
70 31-32 William Surry #55 On the south side of Nottoway river, and on the north side of Three creeks, adjoins land of Charles Kimball. Pat. No. 15, p. 233 Modern location: In eastern Greensville County, north of Hwy 58. 400 5-25-1734
71 21 William Washington #56 On the forks of Little Cedar Creek and the waters of Big Cedar Creek the waters of Clinch River. Grants 28, p. 304. Modern location: This is William and Fereby’s land. Very near the town of Lebanon in Russell County, Virginia. 400 5-16-1793
72 71 William Westmoreland #57 On the eastward side of a Creek called Fishing Creek, adjoining Thomas Pope. Pat. No. 5, 1661-1666, p. 42 Modern location: Unknown but in the southern half of modern Westmoreland County. 156 3-23-1664
73 48 William & Richard Charles City #58 On the west side Moccosoneck Main Swamp. By a note in the margin of record are the following words, "Not signed" & c. Pat. 8, 1689-95, p. 149 Modern location: In Dinwiddie County, VA, just south and slightly west of Petersburg, VA. Close to Hwy 1 there are two roads, “Old Vaughan road” and “Vaughan road” On the eastern half of the county. 281 1689-1695
74 48 William & Richard Prince George #59 On the upper side of Arthur's swamp adjoining his other lands. Pat. 15, p. 225 Modern location: In Dinwiddie County, VA, just south and slightly west of Petersburg, VA. Close to Hwy 1 there are two roads, “Old Vaughan road” and “Vaughan road” On the eastern half of the county. 150 5-25-1734

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Sunday, January 6, 2008

Coat of Arms-Crest

This is genealogy on Arms and Crest was from the Vaughan group in Feb. 2007
"Sources have been mainly Basil's book , as well as a bit from "Vaughans in Wales and America" by James E. Vaughn, which has a large section on selected Welsh and English Vaughans. The names are spelled all different ways, sometimes the children of a person were given the "AP Given name" as their surname: For example, my father was Edmond Davis, my mother was Marilyn Myers. If I was listed in some Medieval genealogies, I could appear as Edward Davis, or Edward Ap Edmond or, if my father was unknown, even Edward Ap Marilyn. Verch is the female version of this term, it means "daughter of". Then you have rather vague notes on how these dudes connect to each other. They will say things in the records like (in this made up example): "John Vaughan ap Thomas of Nevernever land was the first Viscount Neverland. He was the natural son of Thomas of Oz who matriculated at Whatsamatter University in 2007. His wife was Dorothy Verch Kansas."This could mean that John Vaughan married Dorothy Verch Kansas, or it could mean Thomas of Oz married her. I've seen it go both ways in the Genealogies."Matriculated" although it sounds rather rude is simply a fancy word for "Started going to" or "started attending". You see that word a lot.Then you find errors in dates, where numbers have been reversed, or families that used the exact same given name for hundreds of years and you can't figure out which dude is which. Or they will have someone appear as "Roger of Bredwardine" in one place and another as "Roger Vychan" and another as "Sir Roger of Agincourt" and so on, but they all will mean the same guy. ( http://freepages.family.rootsweb.com/~heraldry/bga_vaughan3_vavasour.html ) that has descriptions and mottoes of various families' coats of arms. Below are all from this list that are of Vaughan families. I'm slowly becoming familiar with these lines, so hopefully in a few more months and after several sessions of shock therapy I'll be able to converse intelligently about each line and how they descend. Note the first one, which has three fleurs-de-lis as the arms -- this is the arms of the Earls of Lisburne, who still have a descendant alive today and who live at Vaughan lands very near (but not on) the Tretower area. This coat of arms is what is most commonly shown on the Internet as being "Vaughan Coat of Arms". It is NOT our line though. The Arms that have the boys' heads and snakes are mostly descended from Sir Roger and I feel that is probably -- somehow-- 'our' branch."
Vaughan
(Earl of Lisburne).
ARMS:..Sable a chev. betw. three fleurs-de-lis Argent, the ensigns of COLLWYN AP TANGNO, Lord of Eflonydd.
CREST:.. An armed arm embowed Proper holding a fleur-de-lis Argent.
SUPPORTERS:..Dexter, a dragon reguardant wings endorsed Vert, gorged with a collar Sable edged Argent and charged with three fleurs-de-lis of the last, there to a chain Or; sinister, a unicorn reguardant Argent armed, maned, tufted, and unguled Or, collared and chained as the dexter.
MOTTO:..NON REVERTAR INULTUS.
Vaughan
(Talgarth, co. Brecknock).
ARMS:..Azure three boys' heads couped Argent having snakes enwrapped about their necks Proper., quartering, Sable three spearheads Argent.
CREST:..A maiden's head, hair dishevelled, couped below the breast all Proper.
Vaughan
(co. Brecknock).
ARMS:..Sable three boys' heads couped at the shoulders Proper having snakes enwrapped about their necks Vert (sometimes borne with a chev. Argent ).
CREST:..A boy's head, as in the arms (sometimes crined Or).
Vaughan
(Tyle Glas, co. Brecknock).
ARMS:..Gules on a garb a bird Argent beaked and membered Gules holding in the beak an Ermine spot, a border gobony Or Azure.
Vaughan
(Golden Grove, co. Carmarthen;
NOTE:..Descended from HUGH VAUGHAN, Esq., of Kidwelly, same co., Gentleman-Usher to Henry VII.; his grandson, WALTER VAUGHAN, Esq., of Golden Grove, had two sons: I. Sir JOHN, created Earl of Carbery in Ireland, 1643; II. Sir WILLIAM, of Terracoyd, in same co., whose great-grandson, JOHN VAUGHAN, s. to Golden Grove on the death s.p. of Lady ANNE VAUGHAN, Duchess of Bolton, only dau. and heir of JOHN, third Earl of Carbery, and d. 1765, leaving an only son, RICHARD VAUGHAN, Esq., of Golden Grove, and Shenfield, co. Essex; he d. 1781, and was s. by his only surviving child, SUSANNA ELEANORA VAUGHAN, of GOLDEN GROVE, m. Rev. THOMAS WATKINS, of Pennoyre, co. Brecon, and left issue; arms Reg. Ulster's Office).
ARMS:..Or, a lion rampant reguardant Sable armed and langued Gules quartering, 1st, Sable a lion rampant Argent armed and langued Gules.; 2nd, per pale Azure and Sable three fleurs-de-lis Or; 3rd, Sable a lion rampant Argent head and paws Gules armed and langued Azure.; 4th, Gules a lion rampant Or, charged on the shoulder with a crescent Sable armed and langued Azure a border indented of the second; 5th, Or, a lion rampant Gules armed and langued Azure .; 6th, Azure a lion rampant Or, armed and langued Gules .; 7th, Azure a fess Or, betw. three wolves' heads erased Argent .; 8th, Argent a lion rampant Sable armed and langued Gules .; 9th, Per fess Gules and Argent a lion rampant counterchanged, armed and langued Gules; 10th, Argent a chev. Gules betw. three pheons Sable those in chief lying fessways, pointing to the centre of the field ; 11th, Vert a chev. Or, betw. three wolves' heads erased Argent.
Vaughan
(Earl of Carbery, extinct 1712: Sir JOHN VAUGHAN, Knt., of Golden Grove , co. Carmarthen, was created Lord Vaughan of Mullingar, 1621, and Earl of Carbery 1628; JOHN, third Earl of Carbery, left an only dau . and heir, Lady ANNE VAUGHAN, m. CHARLES, third Duke of Bolton, K.G.).
Same Arms.
CREST:..On a ducal coronet Or, a lion rampant per fess Argent and Sable SUPPORTERS:.. Dexter, a lion per fess Argent and Sable armed and langued Gules ducally crowned Or; sinister, a lion Gules armed and langued Azure ducally crowned, plain collared, and ringed Or.
MOTTO:..PLANE ET SANE.
Vaughan
(co. Carmarthen).
ARMS:..Or, a lion rampant Gules armed and langued Azure.
Vaughan
(GWYNNE-VAUGHAN, Cynghordy, co. Carmarthen ; HENRY JONES, Esq., of Cynghordy, second son of SAMUEL JONES, Esq., of Llanvillo, co. Brecon, by JANE, his wife, dau. of WILLIAM VAUGHAN, Esq., of Penymaes, assumed by royal licence, 1855, the surnames of GWYNNE VAUGHAN only, in lieu of JONES, and the arms of VAUGHAN, in compliance with the will of his maternal uncle, the Rev. THOMAS VAUGHAN, late of Brecon).
ARMS:..Ermine two chevronels Argent betw. three boys' heads affrontee couped at the shoulders Proper crined Or, around the neck of each a snake nowed also Proper a border of the second .
CREST:..Upon a mount Vert in front of a boys' head affrontee couped at the shoulders Proper crined or, a snake nowed also Proper .
MOTTO:..ASGRE LAN DIOGEl Ei PHERCHEN.
Vaughan
(Plas-Neuadd, in Llanvair, co. Denbigh; descended through RICHARD, second son of ROBERT AP MEREDITH, of Melai, and Vronheulog, in Llanvair, co. Denbigh, and GRONO LLWYD-Y-PENWYN, from MARCHUDD, founder of the VIII. Noble Tribe of North Wales and Powys).
Same Arms as Grono LLWYD-Y-PENWYN, viz., Gules three boars' heads erased in pale Argent.
Vaughan
(co. Devon
ARMS:..Gules three boars' heads erased in pale Argent armed Or.
Vaughan
(Shapwick, co. Dorset).
ARMS:..Sable (another, Gules ). a chev. Argent betw. three boys' heads couped Proper crined Or, enwrapped about the necks with snakes Vert.
CREST:..An arm erect grasping a snake entwined round the arm all Proper.
Vaughan
(West Tilbury, co. Essex).
ARMS:..Per pale Sable and Azure semee of crosses crosslet counterchanged of the field, an eagle displayed with two heads Or, a border engr. of the last.
Vaughan
(Rheola, co. Glamorgan).
ARMS:..Sable a chev. Argent betw. three boys' heads couped Proper crined Or, enwrapped about the necks with snakes Vert, on a chief of the second three buglehorns of the first.
CREST:..A boy's head, hanging from the neck a buglehorn, as in the arms.
MOTTO:..ASGRE LAN DIOGEL EI PHERCHEN.
Vaughan
(Just, co. Gloucester).
ARMS:..Sable a chev. Argent betw. three boys' heads couped Proper crined Or, enwrapped about the necks with snakes Vert.
CREST:..An arm erect grasping a snake entwined round the arm all Proper.
Vaughan
(Wigmore, co. Hereford)
ARMS:..Sable three hounds courant Argent collared Gules CREST:.. On a mount Vert a hound sejant Argent collared Gules.
Vaughan
(Court Field, co. Hereford).
ARMS:..Per pale Azure and Gules three lions rampant Azure
CREST:..A child's head couped at the shoulders and entwined round the neck with a snake all Proper.
MOTTOES:..DUW A DIGON; AND SIMPLICES SICUT PUERI SAGACES SICUT SERPENTES.
Vaughan, or Vahan
(Bredwarden and Porthamell, co. Hereford).
ARMS:..Azure three infants' heads couped at the shoulders Proper crined Or, enwrapped about the necks with as many snakes Vert.
CREST:.. On a plume of three feathers Gules a griffin's head Or.
Vaughan
(Treverwyn, co. Hereford).
ARMS:..Sable a chev. betw. three boys' heads couped at the shoulders Argent crined Or, enwrapped about the necks with as many snakes Proper.
CREST:..A boy's head couped at the shoulders Proper enwrapped with a snake, as in the arms.
Vaughan
(Stockin, co. Hereford; a branch of the ancient family of VAUGHAN; the last male heir, EDWARD VAUGHAN, Esq., of Stockin, fourth in descent from THOMAS VAUGHAN, Esq., of Stockin, living 1622, left two daus. his co-heirs: MARY, m. to THOMAS GALLIERS, Esq., of Stapleton Castle, and ANNE, m. to JOHN GALLIERS, Esq., of Wigmore Abbey).
ARMS:..Azure three boys' heads couped at the shoulders having snakes enwrapped about their necks all Proper.
Vaughan
(Woodstone, co. Huntingdon: descended from VAUGHAN, of Kington, co. Hereford, in the church of which parish a mural monument deduces the pedigree from the time of the Black Prince).
ARMS:.. Quarterly, 1st and 4th, Argent a chev. Sable betw. three infants' heads couped at the shoulders, each enwrapped round the neck with a snake all Proper., for VAUGHAN; 2nd and 3rd, Azure two bars Argent in chief three leopards' faces Or, for WRIGHT.
CRESTS:..1st, Vaughan: An infant's head entwined with a snake, as in the arms; 2nd, WRIGHT: Out of a ducal coronet Or, a dragon's head issuant Proper.
Vaughan
(borne by Sir HUGH VAUGHAN, Governor of Jersey, temp. Henry VIII.).
ARMS:..Quarterly, 1st and 4th, Azure a fess Or, betw. three horses' heads erased of the last, a border gobonee Argent and Vert; 2nd and 3rd, per pale Azure and Purple three whales' heads erased Or, ingulphant of spears Argent.
CREST:..A lion's gamb Or, holding a human heart Gules.
SUPPORTERS:..Two griffins per fess Gules and Azure platee and fretty of the first.
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Transcribed by Liamie C. Madewell.
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Vaughan
NOTE:..Borne by Sir Hugh Vaughan, Governor of Jersey, temp. Henry VIII.
ARMS:..Quarterly, 1st and 4th, Azure (blue), a fess Or (gold), between three horses' heads erased of the last (i.e., gold), a border gobony Argent (silver) and Vert (green); 2nd and 3rd, per pale Azure (blue) and Purpure (purple), three whales' heads erased Or (gold), ingulphant of spears Argent (silver).
CREST:..A lion's gamb Or (gold), holding a human heart Gules (red).
SUPPORTERS:..Two griffins per fess Gules (red) and Azure (blue), platy and fretty of the first (i.e., red).
Vaughan of co. Kent, England
ARMS:..Gules (red), three bezants, each charged with a lion's head erased Azure (blue), on a chief Argent (silver), a spear and poleaxe in saltire of the second, handled Sable (black), between four pellets.
ANOTHER ARMS:..Gules (red), three bezants, each charged with a lion's head erased Azure (blue), on a chief Or (gold), a spear and poleaxe in saltire of the second (i.e., blue), handled Sable (black), between four pellets.
Vaughan
NOTE:..Sir Richard Vaughan of London, England - 1633.
ARMS:..Barry wavy of four Gules (red) and Or (gold), per pale, on each of Gules (red) a fleur-de-lis, on each of Or (gold) a leopards' face, and in chief a lion's head erased all counterchanged.
Vaughan of London, England
ARMS:..Per pale barry wavy of four Gules (red) and Or (gold), in chief a lion's paw erased between four fleurs-de-lis and as many leopards' faces counterchanged.
Vaughan of Nannau, or Nanney, Hengwrt and Rug, co. Merioneth, Wales
NOTE:..Baronet, extinct 1859. Descended from YNER VYCHAN, Lord of Nannau, who had two sons - (1) MEURIC VYCHAN, Lord of Nannau, whose male line became extinct; JANE, daughter and co-heir of HUGH NANNEY, Esq., of NANNEY, married ROBERT VAUGHAN, Esq., of Hengwrt, Sheriff of co. Merioneth, Wales in 1735; (2) HOWEL AP YNYR VYCHAN, ancestor of VAUGHAN, of Hengwrt, whose descendant married the heiress of Nanney.
ARMS:..Quarterly, Or (gold) and Gules (red), four lions rampant counterchanged.
CREST:..A lion rampant Azure (blue), gorged with an antique coronet Or (gold).
Vaughan of Dolymelynllyn, co. Merioneth, Wales
NOTE:..Afterwards of Chilton Grove, near Shrewsbury, co. Salop. Descended from GRIFFITH VAUGHAN, Esq., of Dolymelynllyn, third son of ROBERT VAUGHAN, Esq., of Hengwrt, co. Merioneth.
ARMS:..Quarterly, Argent (silver) and Gules (red), four lions rampant counterchanged, on the centre of the field a lion rampant Azure (blue).
Vaughan of Cors-y-Gedol, co. Merioneth, Wales
NOTE:..Descended from OSBORN FITZGERALD, Lord of Ynys-y-Maengwyn, and Cors-y-Gedol, co. Merioneth. RICHARD VAUGHAN, Esq., of Cors-y-Gedol, had a son, WILLIAM VAUGHAN, Esq., of Cors-y-Gedol, who died without issue, and a daughter, CATHERINE, who married Rev. HUGH WYNN, D.D., and had a daughter and heir, MARGARET WYNN, heiress to her uncle, WILLIAM VAUGHAN, who married Sir ROGER MOSTYN, fifth baronet of Mostyn, co. Flint, Wales.
Arms as those of OSBORN FITZGERALD, viz., Ermine, a saltire Gules (red).
Vaughan of Penmaen-Dovey and Caethele, co. Merionet, Wales
NOTE:..Descended from EINION AP SITSYLLT, a chieftain of Merioneth, who lived in the 12th century.
ARMS:..Quarterly, 1st and 4th, Argent (silver), a lion passant Sable (black), armed and langued Gules (red), between three fleurs-de-lis of the last (i.e., red); 2nd and 3rd, Ermine, on a saltire engrailed Gules (red), a crescent Or (gold).
CREST:..A demi lion rampant Sable (black).
Vaughan of Littleton, co. Middlesex, England
NOTE:..Sir HUGH VAUGHAN, Knt., of Littleton, temp. Henry VIII. Granted on 27 March 1508.
ARMS:..Quarterly, 1st and 4th, Azure (blue), a fess Or (gold), between three horses' heads erased of the last (i.e., gold), bridled Gules (red), a border gobony Argent (silver) and Vert (green); 2nd and 3rd, per pale Azure (blue) and Purpure (purple), three lucies' heads erased Or (gold), each ingulphant a spear's head Argent (silver).
CREST:..A lion's gamb Or (gold), holding a human heart Gules (red).
SUPPORTERS:..Two griffins per fess Gules (red) and Azure (blue), platy and fretty of the first (i.e., red).
Vaughan of Court Field, co. Monmouth, Wales
NOTE:..Originally of Bred-warden, co. Hereford, England, and Cleirow, co. Radnor, Wales. Since the latter end of the 16th century, the family have sometimes borne the HERBERT arms, viz., Per pale Azure (blue) and Gules (red), three lions rampant Argent (silver).
ARMS:..Sable (black), three infants' heads couped at the shoulders Proper (natural color), crined Or (gold), each enwrapped round the neck with a snake.
CREST:..A child's head couped at the shoulders and enwrapped round the neck with a snake, as in the arms.


MOTTOES:..DUW A DIGON...(God and enough); and, SIMPLICES SICUT PUERI, SAGACES SICUT SERPENTES.
Vaughan of co. Monmouth, Wales
NOTE:..Granted on 12 December 1583.
ARMS:..Erminre, a saltire Gules (red).
CREST:..A demi lion rampant per fess Or (gold) and Gules (red), holding in the paws a scroll, inscribed "IMMACULATE GENS."
Vaughan of Lloydiarth, co. Montgomery, Wales
ARMS:..Sable (black), a goat passant Argent (silver).
Vaughan of Sutton-upon-Trent, co. Nottingham, England
NOTE:..Impalement Funeral Entry of HENRY, Lord Docwra, 1632, whose wife was ANNE, daughter of FRANCIS VAUGHAN, Esq., of Sutton-upon-Trent.
ARMS:..Sable (black), a chevron between three boys' heads couped at the shoulders Argent (silver), crined and having snakes round their necks Or (gold).
Vaughan of Oxford, England
NOTE:..Arms of JOHN VAUGHAN, in a window in the chapel of all Souls College, Oxford. Visitation of Oxon, 1566.
ARMS:..Azure (blue), a lion rampant Argent (silver).
Vaughan of Duddleston, co. Salop, England
NOTE:..Descended from RICHARD VAUGHAN, Esq., Solicitor to Queen Elizabeth in the Council of the Marches at Ludlow, second son of DAVID AP MADOC, of Pentemorgan, who descended from BLEDDYN, Lord of Dinmael, third son of OWEN BROGYNTYN, Lord of Edeirnon, Dinmael, and Abertanat.
ARMS:..Argent (silver), a lion rampant Sable (black).
CREST:..A boar's head Gules (red), couped Or (gold).
Vaughan of Charlinch, co. Somerset, England
NOTE:..BENJAMIN VAUGHAN, Esq., of Charlinch, son of HUGH VAUGHAN, Steward and Secretary to FRANCIS, second Earl of Bedford, K.G. Visitation of Somerset, 1623.
ARMS:..Gules (red), three boars' heads erased in pale Argent (silver), quartering, 1st, Gules (red), a female bust Proper (natural color), with a chaplet Argent (silver) and Sable (black); 2nd, Argent (silver), a lion rampant Sable (black); 3rd, Gules (red), two snakes entwined Argent (silver).
Vaughan
NOTE:..Vaughan-Jenkins, Combe Grove, Monkton Combe, co. Somerset, England.
ARMS:..Quarterly, 1st and 4th, Sable (black), a chevron paly of eight pieces Ermine and Erminios, between three fleurs-de-lis Or (gold), for Jenkins; 2nd and 3rd, Azure (blue), on a chevron engrailed Argent (silver), between three boys' heads couped at the shoulder, around the neck of each a snake entwined Proper (natural color), a cross paty fitchy Gules (red), for Vaughan.
CRESTS:..1st - A fleur-de-lis per pale Or (gold) and Sable (black), encircled with two branches of oak fructed Proper (natural color), for JENKINS; 2nd - A boy's head couped at the shoulders, around his neck a garland of oak Proper (natural color), charged on the breast with a cross paty fitchy Gules (red), for Vaughan.
Vaughan of Payan's Castle, Wales
NOTE:..Granted on 12 June 1527.
ARMS:..Argent (silver), on a saltire between three birds Sable (black), and a cock in base Gules (red), a cinquefoil of the first (i.e., silver), between four spears embrued Proper (natural color), on a chief of the third (i.e., red), three plates, the first charged with a fleur-de-lis Azure (blue), the second with a rose Gules (red), seeded Or (gold), the third with a lion rampant of the second (i.e., black).
Vaughan of Wales
NOTE:..Granted on 1491.
ARMS:..Per pale Azure (blue) and Purpure (purple), a fish haurient Or (gold).
CREST:..A man erect Proper (natural color), with arms extended, habited in a jacket Argent (silver), breeches Sable (black), hair flotant, in the dexter hand a large knife of the second (i.e., silver).
Vaughan of Wales
ARMS:..Per pale Azure (blue) and Purpure (purple), three lucies' heads haurient erased Or (gold), each ingulphant a spearhead Argent (silver).
Vaughan of Wales
ARMS:..Sable (black), three nags' heads erased Argent (silver).
Vaughan of Wales
ARMS:..Sable (black), a chevron between three fleurs -de-lis Argent (silver).
Vaughan of Falstone, co. Wilts, England
ARMS:..Sable (black), a chevron Argent (silver), between three boys' heads couped Proper (natural color), crined Or (gold), enwrapped about the necks with snakes Vert (green).
CREST:..An arm erect grasping a snake entwined round the arm all Proper (natural color).
Vaughan of Bradward, co. Wilts, England
ARMS:..Azure (blue), three boys' heads couped at the shoulders Proper (natural color), crined Or (gold), enwrapped about the neck with snakes Vert (green).
CREST:..On a plume of three feathers Gules (red), a griffin's head Or (gold).
Vaughan of Sutton, co. York, England
ARMS:..Sable (black), a chevron between three boys' heads couped at the shoulders Argent (silver), crined Or (gold), enwrapped about the necks with snakes Proper (natural color).
CREST:..A boy's head couped at the shoulders Proper (natural color), enwrapped about the neck with a snake Vert (green).
Vaughan of co. York, England
ARMS:..Azure (blue), a mullet Argent (silver).
Vaughan
NOTE:..Sir JOHN VAUGHAN, knighted by ROBERT, Earl of Essex, on 30 July 1599.
ARMS:..Sable (black), three boys' heads couped at the shoulders Proper (natural color), having snakes about their necks Azure (blue).
Vaughan
NOTE:..LLOYD-VAUGHAN, of Golden Grove, King's County (Offaly), Ireland, representing LLOYD, of Gloster, in the same county. Descended from JOHN VAUGHAN, Esq., of St. Dogmell's, co. Pembroke, temp. Charles I, whose son, HECTOR VAUGHAN, had grants of lands in Ireland in 1668 and 1670. He married in 1664, MARY, daughter and heir of Captain WILLIAM PIESLEY, of Knocknameese, now Golden Grove, King's County, and was great-grandfather of WILLIAM PIESLEY VAUGHAN, Esq., of Golden Grove, who died in 1809, whose daughter the eventual heiress of the VAUGHAN family married in 1822, JOHN LLOYD, Esq., brother of Colonel HARDRESS LLOYD, of Gloster, and had an only daughter and heir, MARY VAUGHAN LLOYD, who succeeded to Golden Grove on the death of her uncle, WILLIAM PIESLEY VAUGHAN, in 1842, and married in 1843, SAMUEL DAWSON HUTCHINSON, Esq., who thereupon assumed, by royal license in 1843, the additional surnames of LLOYD-VAUGHAN. She died in 1845, and was succeeded by her only son, WILLIAM PIESLEY HUTCHINSON-LLOYD-VAUGHAN, Esq., of Golden Grove, who became representative also of LLOYD, of Gloster, in 1860, on the death of his unmarried great-uncle, Colonel HARDRESS LLOYD.
ARMS:...Quarterly of nine, 1st; quarterly, 1st, Sable (black), a chevron between three boys' heads couped at the shoulders Argent (silver), crined Or (gold), round the neck of each a snake entwined Proper (natural color), for VAUGHAN, 2nd, paly of eight Argent (silver) and Gules (red), a border Or (gold), pellety, for LLOYD, of Gloster, 3rd, Ermine, a lion rampant Azure (blue), ducally crowned Argent (silver), for MEDHOP, 4th, quarterly, Gules (red) and Azure (blue), crusily fitchy Or (gold), a lion rampant Argent (silver), for HUTCHINSON; 2nd, quarterly, Gules (red) and Azure (blue), crusily fitchy Or (gold), a lion rampantArgent (silver), for HUTCHINSON; 3rd, paly of eight Argent (silver) and Gules (red), for LLOYD, of Bodidris; 4th, Gules (red), a lion rampant Argent (silver), for GRONO AP SEVAN; 5th, per bend sinister Ermine and Ermines, a lion rampant Or (gold), for TREVOR; 6th, Ermine, a lion rampant Azure (blue), ducally crowned Argent (silver), for MEDHOP; 7th, Vert (green), a saltire Or (gold), an annulet of the last for difference, for LE HUNTE; 8th, Sable (black), a chevron Argent (silver), between three boys' heads couped at the shoulders, round the neck of each a snake entwined all Proper (natural color), for VAUGHAN; 9th, Gules (red), a lion rampant Or (gold), ducally crowned of the last (i.e., gold), in the dexter chief point a cross crosslet Argent (silver).
CRESTS:..1st - A boy's head couped at the shoulders, crined Or (gold), round the neck a snake entwined Proper (natural color), for VAUGHAN; 2nd - A lion rampant Argent (silver), holding in the dexter forepaw a snake Proper (natural color), for LLOYD, of Gloster; 3rd - On a ducal coronet Or (gold), a cockatrice, wings addorsed Proper (natural color), for HUTCHINSON.



MOTTO:..VITAE VIA VIRTUS...(Virtue is the way of life).
Transcribed by Liamie C. Madewell.
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Vaughan
ARMS:..Or (gold), a lion rampant Gules (red).
CREST:..On a five-leaved coronet Or (gold), a demi lion rampant per fess Argent (silver) and Sable (black), ducally crowned gold.
Vaughan
ARMS:..Gules (red), three bezants, each charged with a lion's head erased Argent (silver), on a chief Or (gold), on a chief Or (gold), a poleaxe and tilting-spear in saltire Azure (blue), between four pellets.
CREST:..Three hand-guns erect Or (gold), and two serpents Azure (blue), entwining about the barrels.
Vaughan
ARMS:..Quarterly, 1st and 4th, Azure (blue), a fess Or (gold), between three horses' heads erased Argent (silver), bridled Or (gold); 2nd and 3rd, per pale Purpure (purple) and Gules (red), three boars' heads erased and erect Or (gold), a border gobony Argent (silver) and Vert (green).
CREST:..A lion's paw Or (gold), holding a torteau.
Vaughan
ARMS:..Argent (silver), two lions passant guardant Gules (red), crowned Or (gold).
Vaughan
ARMS:..Per pale Azure (blue) and Gules (red), three lions rampant Argent (silver).
Vaughan
ARMS:..Azure (blue), a fess wavy Or (gold), between three swans Proper (natural color).
Vaughan
ARMS:..Sable (black), three horses' heads couped Or (gold).
Vaughan
ARMS:..Vert (green), a cat passant Argent (silver), between nine trefoils slipped Or (gold).
Vaughan
ARMS:..Per fess Sable (black) and Argent (silver), a lion rampant reguardant counterchanged.



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