Saturday, February 28, 2009

Vaughan Cherokee Connections, MtDNA

"A group of people in Lawrence County, Tennessee have formed the "Cherokee Nation of Lawrence County, Tennessee", claiming that they are descendants of Cherokees that avoided the Trail of Tears. And, they claim that they have had some "proven full-blood Cherokee" members tested for both Y-DNA and MtDNA and they have ALL come back different types then the accepted five Haplogroups (for MtDNA) A,B,C,D and X. Many of them are coming back with Jewish Haplogroups.
I recommend reading the book 'America B.C." by Barry Fell if you are at all interested in learning about the evidence of pre-Colombus Europeans (and other cultures as well) travelers/migrants to the Americas that very likely could have contributed to this odd DNA connection to Native Americans
The chief, Joe "Sitting Owl" White is claiming that the Cherokee Indians were the "Lost tribes of Israel" that came across the Atlantic long ago and settled in NC and TN as well as Georgia. As crazy as that is, there has not been much to refute his claims -- at least about the Jewish Haplogroups.

How Jewish DNA got into "pure blood" Cherokees is curious. Even if the Lawrence County group is just another group of con artists trying to get recognition for their 'tribe' and are not Indian at all, the mere fact that many of the group having so many Jewish Haplogroups in their number is very unusual. Also found a hint of some scientific credibility to this claim within a scholarly document dealing with Jewish Haplogroups.
It seems that some small traces of Jewish Haplogroups had been detected in some Indian (not necessarily Cherokee) test subjects. The Scientists suspect the DNA is very, very old, older then the Bering Land Bridge time frame and simply shows central Asian DNA that spread in two different directions.

But since some of the Lawrence County Cherokee are stating that some of their "pure bloods"also have Haplogroup H, my contact made the suggestion that maybe Fereby could have been Cherokee after all. Read the group's public statement here:
http://www.cherokeeoflawrencecountytn.org/PressRelease.pdf ?

There is somewhat of a cover-up in Genetic journals about the presence of non Indian DNA in Indian populations. They also mention that MtDNA type X is also found in Europe and Asia, so it could be another "European" DNA example."

I have known about this connection for many many years. I have also worked on about 22 to 28,000 descendants of the Cherokee tribes working on genealogy records for a group formed to do this for the LDS church in 1990. Myself and our group leader were all part Cherokee, and heard of the many Cherokee prophecies. He knew Book of Mormon backgrounds with the Laminites posterity's, and had correlated it with the American Indian tribes including, of course, the Cherokee writing, culture and studying it intensely. I've never met anyone that knew more about the American Indians including a college professor that was also very knowledgeable, however he didn't connect his knowledge to any B.O.M. data's.

He had studied every tribe and showed me, using the Book Of Mormon, that all the tribes in America here before Columbus were not all "Laminites" or Indian. But all, except the servant Ismael, were Jewish (Known as Nephites in this book, that was called white.) This fact would confuse the Y-DNA because these people and ancestry would not show up as Indian. (Fairaby-Fareby, i.e. descendants)
The Cherokee tribe (mostly of this Nephite tribe) has branched out into different tribes. and I'm from two of them. Both according to these readings in the B.O.M. were mostly white (Jewish). Remember they conquered/captured in their battles taking their white women and children (Nephites) as slaves but of course married and/or had more children. However, even so, remember both are of the Jewish tribes (More especially Sara's other "female" children who carried this Y-DNA) and would be Nephi's sisters.
Yes, the Vaughan's ancestry did come over from the Atlantic and its background is Jewish! (Exceptions are the servant, Ishmael, that came with them and had daughters and married into this tribe.)
If your doing and want to prove and improve the Y-DNA please study the Book of Mormon and descendant's and you'll prove this faster and more accurate with the rest real story. This line has become redundant and at a stalemate because of the narrow mindedness of the group inability to connect correctly.
Photo: Mary Allice Morrow (1/2 Indian) and dau.

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Wednesday, February 25, 2009

William M "Bill" Vaughan Family

Descendants of William M. "Bill" VAUGHAN
Generation No. 1
1. WILLIAM M. "BILL"5 VAUGHAN (JAMES L.4, JOHN *3, UNKNOWN2, ANCESTOR1)1 was born Abt. 1817 in TN1, and died December 15, 1861 in New Madrid, MO1. He married REBECCA L. SMITH1 Abt. 18391, daughter of ANDREW SMITH and ABIGAIL HINDS. She was born Abt. 1820 in Overton Co, TN1, and died Abt. 1861 1.
Notes for WILLIAM M. "BILL" VAUGHAN:
William & Rebecca have not been found on the 1840 census. I believe it’s possible that they were living in the household of Bill’s brother/half-brother, Benjamin Vaughan. This is just a guess on my part, however, Andrew Smith (Rebecca’s father) is listed on p. 30, line 25 (out of 30 lines) and so is just 8 households away from Benjamin Vaughan.

1840 Madison Co, AR – Prairie Twp
p. 31, line 3 Benjamin Vaughan 20002-10011
male b. 1810-1820 Benjamin (20-30) b. ca 1815
male b. 1810-1820 unknown (20-30) poss. brother, William, b. ca 1817 <<<<< cher =" Cherokee)">Ads are not an endorsement to this blog's author's material on pages.
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Thursday, February 19, 2009

Land Patents (Vaughans and many others)

RE: 1701 VA Land Patents from Book 9, p. 41 * ( also, see Book B P. 159 Dated 12/21/1783)
*Epaphroditus Benton -- 360 acres in Nansemond County on both sides o Deep Run and branch of Bennetts Creek adjoining John King. The King family was connected to several lines that intermarried with the Pughs, such as the Williams. * also see: "land grants, land records, land patents, and wills"
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*Book B P. 159 Dated 12/21/1783 *
*James Benton of Caswell County to James Jones of the same, for 10 pounds 200 acres on both sides of Aldridge Creek near Black's Bridge adj. James Redmon former line. Gourley's old line to Wolf Pitt Hollway *
*Witnesses: Thomas Ragsdale, Epaphroditus Benton, Elizabeth Ragsdale*
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*1738 Surry County VA, August 16 -- Account of Estate of John Barlow, decd. Include among others the names of Epaphroditus Benton and James Vaughn. There were many names on the Estate records, but this James Vaughn is unknown. *
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*Muster Roll for John Sumner's Company of Chowan County, Militia dated Nov. 25, 1754 include (total of 64 men):*
*Jethro Benton, Thomas Parker, Wm. Parker, Isaac Benton, Benjamin
Parker, James Parker Jr. James Parker Sr., Epaphroditus Benton, Aaron
Lesetor, Josiah Parker, Moses Benton, Ezekiel Lasetor.
These names show up many times in deeds . The Lassiters (the correct spelling of the surname) are a family that also has a tradition of a Cherokee or some other sort of Indian, in their ancestry. I am a descendant of Ezekiel Lassiter on another branch of my family. They owned land around Bennett's Creek and in some places Bennett's Creek was called Lassiter's Swamp. I suspect they intermarried with some of the
This may be? Chowanoke Indians.*
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*Thomas Parker to Joseph Jones; Oct. 10, 1738. 75 acres, part of John. Small's patent for 150 acres dated Nov. 13, 1721; sold by Small to Richd Felton who sold same to said Parker. Test., John Sumner, John Johnston, Edward Arnold.*
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*Samuel Harrell, so of John Harrell, of Va., to Peter Parker; Nov. 10, 1739. 100 acres on Gum Branch at the Bull's Skull, patented by Richard Berryman Jan. 19, 1716. Test, Daniel Parker, Robert Parker.*
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*John King, son of John King, deed, to John Benton; march 27, 1739.Tract of land on West side of Bennett's Creek, patented by John King,decd, Nov. 4, 1707, adjoining land of Thos. Speight and others. Test, Elisha Benton, Moses Benton, Miles Riddick. (This John King was related by marriage to the Pugh family).*
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*Parker, Job, Chowan, 11^th day 2^nd month, 1812; Dec. Term 1812. Son Joseph, wife Isabel, son Job, son Elias T. Parker, son Jacob N. Parker, daughters Pharabee Granberry, Peninah Moore, Isabel and Martha Parker, (wife, Joseph Moore, Joseph Parker and Thomas Granberry Exrs.) Test, Wm. Baines, John Parish. (Notice the use of the name Fereby in it's various forms by families in the same area. (Suspect our Fereby is related to these families).*
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*Vaughan, Abraham and David. Appraisement of estates, 1764 and 1769 respectively. Amelia W.B. 2, p. 80 and 261 (Abraham Vaughan was a son of Nicholas Vaughan and Ann Lewis).*
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*Vaughan, George. Will, dated 1766, probated 1771. Wife, Mary; sons, George, Benjamin, William and David; daughters Susannah Norris,
Elizabeth Thacker Mary Haines, and Sarah Padgett. Owned land in Hanover County. Amelia W. B. 2, p. 14. *
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*Vaughan, Henry. Will dated 1755, probated, 1756. Wife, Hannah;daughter, Sally, wife of George Smith. Amelia W. B. 1, p. 119. (Sonof Nicholas and Ann Vaughan). *
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*Parker, Thomas, Chowan, Augt. 23^rd , 1762. Son Thomas, children, Priscilla, Sarah, Abraham, Absalom, Judeth, Ruth, Zlipah, Thomas and Margaret, daughter Priscilla and Jethro Benton, Exrs. Test. Wm.Parker, James Parker, Jacob Norfleet, Jas. Harriss. (Jethro Benton was a son of John Benton who died in 1750. One of Jethro's sisters married a Parker).*
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*Parker, Nathan, Chowan. 9^th , 9^th mon., 1795; June Term 1797. Wife Sarah, daughter Rachel Wooten, son-in-law Arthur Wooten, daughter Sarah Elliott, my land in Northampton bought of Charles Counsel, son Jonathan Parker's daughters Leah and Miriam. Daughter Lydia Elliott, JonathanWooten (son of Rachel), grandsons Jonathan and Nathan Wooten, wife. Sarah, brother Job and Cousin Joseph Parker Exrs. Test. Joseph Scott, (Joseph Scott Jr.)*
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Parker, Joseph, Chowan, Dec. 28^th , 1764. Brother Job Parker, Test.Wm. Copeland. Nathan Parker, Josiah Copeland.*
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*Parker, Peter, Chowan 1785. Sons Elisha, Peter and Seth, daughter. Rodith Parker, sons Willis and Isaac, daughter Sele Parker, Jacob
Jordan and son Peter Exrs. Test, ----------------- Meredith. Mariann Johnson.*
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*Parker, Samuel, Chowan, Oct. 2^nd , 1810; March term 1811. Son John,
daughters Lydia, Kesiah, Nancy and Silvia, daughter Elizabeth Harrell,
wife Silvia and son John Exrs. Test, Miles Welch, Penny Fullenton.*
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*William Lewis to John Lewis. April 19, 1733; 200 acres in Cowhall, in Chowan Precinct, beginning at the month of the Little Fork Branch andrunning up the east side Cowhall Swamp to a birch; then by a line of marked trees to the head of the Little Fork Branch; then down the branch to the mouth. Test, Thomas Luten, Wm. Hinton, Richard Forster,Clerk of the Court.*
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*Thos. 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; 2d August 1733. Test. John Freeman, Robt. Hicks. (Gates County). (Thomas Hoyter wasn't really a "King" but more like their chief elder. The men mentioned were probably the last
remaining Chowanoke Indians. They all had white names and were very likely part white. John Freeman was a white man who had married into the tribe.)*
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*Same as above to John Freeman. 200 acres, part of Chowan town; August 3d, 1733. Test, Robert Hicks, Edward Howcott, James Craven.*
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*Same as above to Henry Hill. 50 acres land on Bennett's Creek; August 4, 1733. Test, John Freeman, Michael Ward, Wm. Flemmons. (GatesCounty).*
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*John Vaughan, of Upper Parish, Nansemond County, VA., to Henry Holland. Tract of land called "Caleb Drury's" on east side Chowan River Pocosin 100 acres; Februrary 8, 1732-3. Test, Henry Holland, James Holland, Edward Hare, Moses Hare (Gates County). (His land was next door to Epaphroditus Benton's land.)*
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*Epaphroditus Benton proves his rights, for importation of Elizabeth Jr., Lawrence, Job, Sarah and Epa. Benton, and Wm. Hardy.*
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*Epaphroditus Benton petitions to keep a Ferry on Chowan River at Cow Landing. Granted. *
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*Col.** Benjamin Wynns, of Hertford Co., NC md. Margaret Pugh about 1751, daughter of Francis Pugh and wife Ferebee Savage, of Bertie Co.
One of his descendants writes us that he left four sons, Benjamin, William, George and Thomas Wynns, and one daughter Mary Wynns who md.Jas. Gregory. Can any one furnish us with a copy of his will, or give us any information relating to the family? (This was a query posted in this journal).*
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*Francis Pugh, to Jonathan Parker. Patent taken out by said Pugh October 29, 1726; 400 acres; October 18, 1724. Test. Abraham Hill, Isaac Hunter.*
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*Constance Luten, Robert Beasley, and wife Christian, to Thomas Luten.200 acres known as Tottering Bridge plantation; patent to Maj. Thomas Luten, deceased; November 6, 1709, in Rockyhock Swamp; July 19, 1735.
Test, William Luten, George Lisle. (Constance Luten appears in several places as a witness to transfers of land. I don't know if this was due to her status in the community or if it was simply because she was a
neighbor or related by marriage to the parties in the land transactions.)*
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*James Parker, to Benjamin Evans. 100 acres bounded on George White,John Overton, and Lightwood Knot Branch; June 28, 1735. Test. JosephParker, John Parker, John Chappen. *
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*Benton, John. Chowan County, NC*
*February 28, 1748-1749. October Court 1750. Sons Epaphroditus, Elijah, Jethro ("Manner Plantation"), John, Moses. Daughter: Judith Rabey, Mary Parker, Charity Parker. Grandsons: William Parker (son ofMary), James Parker (son of Charity). Executors: John and Jethro Benton (sons). Witnesses: Henry Morgin, James Weaver, William Parker.Clerk of the Court: James Craven. (Notice the parkers and
Epaphroditus -- this was certainly a descendant of the Epa. Benton who lived in the 1600s. )*
*Benton, John, Chowan. February 25, 1748-49; May Court, 1750. Sons Epaphroditus, Elijah and Jethro, daughter Judith Rabey, sons Moses and Elijah, grandson Wm. Parker son of my daughter Mary, grandson JamesParker son of my daughter Charity Parker; sons John and Jethro executors. Test. Henry Morgan, John Weever, William Parker. (Proofof a marriage between the Parkers and Bentons. This is actually the same will as the one listed above, but in a different format.) *
*William Parker to James Hubbard. 75 acres, part of 170 acres granted to John Small, Jr.; Aug. 18, 1719. Test, James Benton, John Benton,Thos. Parker.*
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*John Benton to James Benton; Sept. 22, 1736. 150 acres West side Bennetts Creek. Test. W. Parker, Thos. Parker, Jas. Parker.(Witnesses were usually neighbors or friends that sometimes alsoreceived land from the same person, in a different sale.)*
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*John Hubbard, to Wm. Parker, June 15, 1735. 145 acres adjoining lands of Moses Hall, Richard Felton and John Norfleet, said tract heired fromhis father. Test. Wm. Parker, James Hubbard.*
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*Richard Hines, of Nansemond County, VA., to Moses Boyce; May 8, 1736. 200 acres on Bay Tree Branch, adjoining lands of Richard Parker, near the head of Bennett's Creek. Test. Sam. Hines, Clever Worrell' John Hines, Henry Green.*
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*Parker, Ferebee, Gates County, November 4, 1807; November Court 1807. Son Miles, daughters Abigail, Bethany, Edith and Sally Parker, Wm.Goodman and Isaac Pipkin Exrs. Test, William Goodman of Jacob, Joseph Saunders, Amos Diday. (Ferebee Parker, see how the name is used in these neighboring families over and over.)*
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*Parker, Robert, Gates County, November 5, 1822; January 10, 1823; August Court 1823. Nephew James Brown, Abraham Parker, Ezekial Lassiter, Mary Cross, neice Elizabeth Parker, Louisa Parker, ElizaParker (wife of Peter), nephew Willis Brown, Priscilla Hayes and Nancy Bond heirs of Abraham Parker, dec'd, half-brother Richard Parker,Elizabeth Bullock heirs of Wm. Parker, Mary Evans, Abraham Parker and James Brown Exrs. Test. II Gilliam..*
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*Lassiter, Robert, of Nansemond Co., VA, to James Brown. 142 acres South side of Bennett's Creek, 8ber 31, 1727. Test, Thos. Rountree, Fras. Rountree, Richard Taylor. (This Robert is my ancestor)*
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*Same as above to Francis Rountree, 31, 8ber, 1727. 153 acres on south side of Bennett's Creek. Test. Thos. Rountree, Rich'd Taylor, James Brown.*
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*James** Homes** of Bertie, to Wm. Bird of Nansemond Co., VA, 100 acres on Henby's Branch, August 20, 1728. Test. Constance Lutten, F. Spiers, Wm. Badham.*
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*William Speight of Nansemond Co. VA., to Henry Holland of same County, Aug. 30, 1728. 640 acres on East side of Chowan River, patent dated March 5, 1719-20. Test, Thomas Vaughan, Jas. Holland, John Lovick. (Again we see neighbors appearing as witnesses. Thomas Vaughan sold land to Henry Holland too.)*
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*Henry Holland of Nansemond County, 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. (Here is Henry selling to Thomas some land, next to Ephroditus Benton's land. How easy would it have been for a son of Thomas to have met one of Ephroditus' daughters, granddaughters or nieces. And remember, often the oldest born son was given the father's name. William and Fereby's oldest son's name was Thomas...)*
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*John Wallis will Chowan Oct. 26, 1756. Mentions Grandsons John Parkerson of my daughter Elizabeth Parker, granddaughter Lydia Parker (daughter of Elizabeth), grandchildren James, Samuel and Eurah Parker(kids of Elizabeth), daughter Mary Parker, son-in-law Peter Parker Exr.Test. Wm. Boyd, Mary Long, John Simson.*
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*(From the Douglas Register (Virginia marriages))*
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*Vaughan, Joseph and Ann Payne May 9, 1770*
*Vaughan, Matthew and Mary Martin July 23, 1767*
*Vaughan, Hugh-Lewis and Mary Martin May 27, 1760*
*Vaughan, William and Ann Clark March 12, 1767.*
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*Francis Pugh Book III p. 380 9-13-1737 200 acres east of Chowan River
where Ferry is kept (Gates County)*
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*William Vaughan between 1706 and 1710 gave a deposition on the Cary Rebellion. He was 27 years old so 1679 to 1683 was his birth date. This deposition took place in North Carolina. (The deposition gives next to no information on this William, and of course he was too old to have been our William, but it shows a William Vaughan in NC in the early 1700s).*
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*In the 7^th Regiment of the NC Continental Army a James Vaughan was shown as a Lieutenant on Nov. 28, 1776 and then made a Captain by Dec.19, 1776. (I'd love to find more about him.)*
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*_Abstracts of Wills:_*
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*Henry Jones of Chowan County, NC 2-11-1751 April Court, daughter Jane Champion, son William, wife Elizabeth and Benj. Parker executors.Test. Henry Bonner, John Luten, Saml. Luten.*
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*Joseph Jones 9-10-1756 wife Martha children James, Joseph, Mary, Hannah, Elizabeth and Ann. Wife and William Vaughan executors. Test John White Richard Ninson.*
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*John Vaughan Northampton County, August 1750 sons William and John daughters Lucy, Molley and Fanny. Wife Cassia and Samuel Turner Executors Test: Wm. Baker, John Manden. John Vaughan was born Nov. 25,1695 New Kent County, VA. Sons: Wm. b. Abt. 1725 d. 1794 Northampton John b. Abt. 1726 Northampton. Obviously could not be our William and John (John wasn't born until 1762), but either son of John and Cassia
could have been our William and John's father. They were born about 1725 or 1726, so they would have been about 24 or 25 in 1750.)*
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*Elizabeth Vaughan was a daughter of Daniel Shine who died on March 9, 1757 in Craven Co. NC. (Don't have her husband's name).*
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*Bennett's Creek is known also as Lassiter's Swamp. (I found this mentioned on a few sites, though I have not seen it mentioned asLassiter's Swamp, only as Bennett's Creek.)*
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*John Benton under the tuition of Mr. Robert Yost until he turns 18. Also a Elizabeth Robinson was also under Yost's tuition until she was15. (The date doesn't appear, but probably late 1600s or early 1700s. I couldn't help but wonder if John and Elizabeth , both living with Robert Yost, could have ended up marrying each other. )*
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*Littleton
** Spivey to John Benton 40 acres where John Spivey father of said Littleton lived lately and died adjoining land of John Spivey Jr. Oct. 30, 1733. Test. Moses Conton and William Morgan.*
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*William Parker to James Hubbard 75 acres part of Jno. Small's patent for 175 acres, dated July 10, 1719, sold to Wm. Parker 25 November 1724 as by the records of Nansemond Co. VA on Flat Branch and Loosing Swamp, Oct. 1736 test. James Benton, Thos. Parker, John Benton. (Remember that Nansemond County, VA included a large part of what is now Chowan and Gates Counties, NC.)*
*John Hubbard to Wm. Parker two tracts of land given to John by will of his father, John, binding upon lands of Moses Hall, Rich'd Felton and John Norfleet, part given to his son Matthew; other tract 115 acres adjoining lands of Lassiter, June 15, 1736 Test. Wm. Parker and James Hubbard. (So, 17 years after William Parker sold 75 acres to James Hubbard, a John Hubbard sells a William Parker some land. Probably sons of the men who appear in the July 10, 1719 sale .)*
*John Benton to James Benton 150 acres west side of Bennett's creek calls for Mt. Pocosin Sept. 22, 1736 Test: W. Parker, Thomas and James Parker. (W. Parker probably William Parker mentioned above.)*
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* Epaphroditus Benton Book XI Page 99 Dec. 16, 1758 175 acres on Moses Hall Pocosin. (Notice the name Moses Hall, it appears in the Hubbard and Parker sales.)*
*Moses Hall, of Nansemond County, VA. to James Hubbard, 95 acres in Rich Thicket; patent from Gov. of NC; August 1, 1723. Deed dated January 20, 1723. Test, James Parker, William Parker, James A.Hubbard. (This is the original owner of the land.)*
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*John Cotton and Martha of Bertie Co. NC Mary Holland, Martha Benton, widow of Francis Benton, by 1728. (Mary and Martha were daughters of John and Martha Cotton, they appear in John Cotton's will.)*
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*Robert Benton 7 yrs old, son of Mary Benton, tuition of Robert Henry*
*Jesse Benton (brother of Robert, above) 13 yrs old tuition of John Benton. (These two appear together. Jesse apparently was placed witha relative of his father.)*
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*Robert Hunter of Bertie Co. NC in his will of June 3, 1753 mentions his daughter Susannah Benton. Robert's wife was Elizabeth Whitmell.(Who was Susannah's husband?)*
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*John King to John Benton Jr. Dec. 20, 1731 374 acres on the south side of Bennett's Creek. Test: Henry Bonner, John Williams, Constance Luten. (this John Williams was the husband of Ferebee Pugh, born 1733, daughter of Francis Pugh and Pheribee Savage. He married Ferebee about1754, she was born about 1733 and died after 1759. Three sons of theirs are known, no daughters, but there is a strong tradition in theWilliams family of some Cherokee ancestry).*
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*Epaphroditus Benton to John Benton 360 acres south side of Bennett's Creek called Deep Run, July 28, 1730. Test: Chas. Macklemore, John Macklemore, W. Clanton.*
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*Edmund Kearney assignee of Timothy Bloodworth of Nansemond Co. VA., July Court 1719 vs. Epaphroditus Benton and Thomas Jernegan, NansemondCourt, VA.
…………………The Photo is of Alice (Johnson) and Sally Barnes both sister and from the Morrow line.



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Tuesday, February 17, 2009

1840 Praince, Madison, Arkansas (Daniel Vaughan)

1840 Praince Township, Madison County, AR: ...copied...Daniel Vaughan 0-0-0-2-0-0-0-1// 1-2-1-0-0-1 William and Fereby's son
Isaac Vaughan 2-0-0-0-1// 0-0-0-1 Daniel's son
John Trout
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Washington Vaughan 1-0-0-0-2 // 1-0-0-1 Samuel's son, "Judge Vaughan"
Samuel Vaughan 0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-1 // 0-1-0-0-0-0-0-1 William and Fereby's son
Benjamin Vaughan 2-0-0-0-2 // 1-0-0-1-1 William and Fereby's GRANDSON, "Sheriff Vaughan"
Daniel Henson
Bevley Vaughan 2-0-0-0-0-1 // 0-0-0-0-1 Unknown, he had two sons under 5 and he was 30-40 (1800-1810) his wife was 20 to 30 (1810-1820).
Miles Beach
William Vaughan 1-0-0-0-1 // 1-1-0-0-1 William and Fereby's GRANDSON????, possibly the brother of Sheriff Ben Vaughan

In Washington County, Brush Creek Township in 1840 James Vaughan was living:

James Vaughn 0-1-3-1-0-0-1// 0-0-1-1-0-1-0-0-0-0-1 This is James and Martha, and the old woman living with them is the widowed Fereby, age 80-90 in 1840 which would mean she was born 1750-1760.
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(Photo Papers from the Indian Territory: 10 Aug. 1896 Affidavitt of Nancy Clark and Absolom Harp son of Lucy Harp Vaughan a Cherokee Indian by blood. John Harp was father of Absolom Harp.)

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Cindy Davis < ec21davis@gmail.com  > Vaughan group, need to join (He has many photos)

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LUKE, REBECCA EDWARDS 1780

Luke was born abt 1772 and Rebecca Edwards about 1780. They were early settlers in Owen Co IN.
Comment: I would like to know if anyone has knowledge of where Luke or Rebecca Vaughn are buried.

Luke and Rebecca's children: Prudence Vaughn b 1821 d 1894 Beverly Vaughn b 1801 William Vaughn b 1805 John Gregory Vaughn b ? Sarah Vaughn b 1810 Thomas Vaughn b 1809 Susanna Vaughn b ? Prudence Vaughn married Adam J. Deem 6-26-1836 in Owen County, IN Prudence died in 1894 and Adam died 8-22-1877. They are both buried in Deem Cemetery #1. Their children were........Silas Edward Deem b 9-1-1841 d 4-6-1934 (born and died in Owen Co., IN) buried in Adel Cemetery, Owen Co., IN Lowery Deem b 6-26-1839 d 6-26-1912 buried in Deem Cemetery #1 James W Deem Rachel R Deem Thomas Deem b 3-12-1853 d 12-1-1911 John W Deem Silas Edward Deem married Catharine Smith 9-29-1861 Catharine was born 5-7-1841 and died 5-3-1898 in Franklin Township, Owen Co, IN. She is buried in Adel Cemetery Their children were.....James Thomas Deem b 5-10-1866 d 10-11-1950 buried in Riverside Cemetery, Spencer IN Sarah Elizabeth Deem b 12-24-1862 d 3-10-1894 buried in Adel Cemetery, Owen Co., IN Hester Deem b ? d 5-2-1908 Ada Susan Deem b 7-8-1876 d 5-28-1899 buried in Adel Cemetery Emma Anetta Deem b ? James Thomas Deem married Vietta Long 12-24-1890 in Greene Co., IN Vietta was born 10-11-1868 and died 2-11-1907. She is buried in Newark Cemetery, Greene County, IN. There childere were.....Edna Ethel Deem b 9-1896 in Owen Co, IN d 8-24-1981 in Mooresville, IN. She is buried in Riverside Cemetery, Spencer, IN James Harley Deem b 9-27-1891 in Owen Co., IN and died 9-10-1960 in Spencer, IN. He is buried in Riverside Cemetery also.
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Descendants of Luke VAUGHAN
Generation No. 1
1. LUKE 2 VAUGHAN (SAMUEL 1) was born 1772, and died 1846 in Probate in 1848 Owen Co IN. He married REBECCA EDWARDS. She was born 1780.
Children of LUKE VAUGHAN and REBECCA EDWARDS are:
i. JOHN GREGORY3 VAUGHAN.
ii. SUSANNA VAUGHAN, m. SILAS MYERS, May 23, 1834, Owen Co Marriage Records.
iii. BEVERLY VAUGHAN, b. 1801.
2. iv. WILLIAM VAUGHAN, b. 1806, Washington Co KY.
3. v. THOMAS VAUGHAN, b. March 11, 1809, Washington Co KY; 1850 census Owen Co IN; d. October 12, 1876.
vi. SARAH SALLY VAUGHAN, b. 1810; m. STEPHEN L BIGGER, June 07, 1827, Owen Co Marriage Records; b. Bet. 1800 - 1810.
vii. PRUDENCE VAUGHAN, b. 1821; d. 1894; m. ADAM DEEM, June 26, 1836, Owen Co Marriage Records.
Generation No. 2
2. WILLIAM 3 VAUGHAN (LUKE 2, SAMUEL 1) was born 1806 in Washington Co KY.
Child of WILLIAM VAUGHAN is:
i. THOMAS 4 VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1825, don't have age; only estimated based on father.
3. THOMAS 3 VAUGHAN (LUKE 2, SAMUE 1) was born March 11, 1809 in Washington Co KY; 1850 census Owen Co IN, and died October 12, 1876. He married ISABELLA OOLEY August 17, 1829 in Owen Co IN. She was born September 14, 1814 in Washington Co KY.
Children of THOMAS VAUGHAN and ISABELLA OOLEY are:
i. JOHN 4 VAUGHAN, b. 1831, KY; probably Washington Co.
ii. ELIZABETH VAUGHAN, b. 1833, IN.
iii. MARTHA A VAUGHAN, b. 1835, IN.
iv. REBECCA VAUGHAN, b. 1838, IN.
4. v. LUKE VAUGHAN, b. 1849, IN.
Generation No. 3
4. LUKE 4 VAUGHAN (THOMAS 3, LUKE 2, SAMUEL 1) was born 1849 in IN. He married MARY GROSECRY VAUGHAN. She was born 1849 in LA; Mary's surname from Intl Records Ancestry.com.
Children of LUKE VAUGHAN and MARY VAUGHAN are:
i. THOMAS5 VAUGHAN, b. 1865.
ii. ISABEL VAUGHAN, b. 1867.
iii. LOUISA VAUGHAN, b. 1869.
iv. NANCY A VAUGHAN, b. 1871.
v. LUCETTA VAUGHAN, b. 1873.
vi. MARY E VAUGHAN, b. October 1879.
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1870 United States Federal Census > Illinois > Cumberland > Neoga Image 19
Thomas Vaughn 61 farmer $3400 $600 KY
Isabell 56 KY
*John 39 Farmer $3000 $300 IN
Isabell Light 17 IN (who is she?) She must be daughter's daughter?
Image 18
Luke Vaughn 28 Farmer $400 $300 IN
Mary? 28 LA
continued on Image 19
Thomas 5
Isabel 3
Louisa 1
*Samuel H Romaine 31 $800 $250 IN
Rebecca 32 IN IN (This must be Thomas and Isabel's daughter?
Thomas H 7 IL
Luke 5 IL
Isabel 4 IL
Walter 2 IL
Illinois > Cumberland > Neoga 1860 census
Image 7
Thomas VAUGHN 51 Farmer $7000 $500 KY
continued on
Image 8
Isabella (wife of Thomas; Isabella Ooley) 46
adjacent:
John Vaughn 30 KY
Rebecca 22 IN
Luke 19 IN
Mary J LIGHT? 7 IN
(Photo of the grave to Floe Linebarger 1888)
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George A. Sanders

Ancestors of George Allen Sanders Generation No. 1
1. George Allen Sanders, born October 05, 1871. He was the son of 2. James Isam Sanders and 3. Emily Vaughan.
Generation No. 2
2. James Isam Sanders, born July 20, 1848 in Indiana; died October 16, 1874 in Vaughan Cemetery, Hindsville, AR. He was the son of 4. Simon Sanders and 5. Wilmet Way. He married 3. Emily Vaughan.
3. Emily Vaughan, born August 30, 1853 in Arkansas; died March 10, 1874 in Vaughan, Cemetery, Hindsville, AR. She was the daughter of 6. Andrew Jackson Vaughan and 7. Mary Roller.
Children of James Sanders and Emily Vaughan are:
1 i. George Allen Sanders, born October 05, 1871.
ii. William F. Sanders, born December 1873; died Aft. July 1896.
Generation No. 3
4. Simon Sanders He married 5. Wilmet Way February 18, 1841 in Orange County, IN.
5. Wilmet Way
Children of Simon Sanders and Wilmet Way are:
i. Anderson Sanders, born January 18, 1842 in Orleans, IN; died August 16, 1920 in Bluff Cemetery, Springdale, AR; married Catherine E. Vaughan January 23, 1862 in Spring Valley, AR by her father; born September 13, 1847 in Madison Co. AR; died April 15, 1938 in Bluff Cemetery, Springdale, AR.
Notes for Anderson Sanders: Jackson Vaughn gave them a tract of land near Spring Valley.
Three Sanders Brothers married Three Vaughn sisters. The Parents of
George Allen Sanders and Willie Frances Sanders died in the big flu
epidemic and were raised by Anderson and Catherine.
Catherine had an infant at the time and had to send Willie to a black mammy to be nursed until he was weaned.
Anderson and Catherine raised their daughter Nora's two daughters also.
Anderson fought in the Civil War. The slaves were freed and given 5acres of land each. The y all stayed to help Catherine during the war.Anderson ran up War Eagle Valley to escape the carpet baggers.
Catherine boiled dirt under the smoke house to get salt.
They could see cannon fire at Pea Ridge from the House

Notes for Catherine E. Vaughan:
Didn't believe in dance, but had big jolly boys that would pick her up and swing her around be cause she was so small.
Catherine traveled to Washington and California.
2 ii. James Isam Sanders, born July 20, 1848 in Indiana; died October 16, 1874 in Vaughan Cemetery, Hindsville, AR; married Emily Vaughan.
iii. Samuel B. Sanders, born October 10, 1850 in Indiana; died April 24, 1881 in Vaughan Cemetery, Hindsville, AR; married Nancy N. Vaughan May 1871 in Washington County, AR; born March 18, 1856 in Arkansas; died January 08, 1913 in Vaughan, Cemetery, Hindsville, AR.
6. Andrew Jackson Vaughan, born February 02, 1815 in Tennessee; died December 29, 1882 in Madison County, Arkansas. He was the son of 12. Samuel P. Vaughan and 13. Martha Catharine (Hands)Hammons. He married 7. Mary Roller June 14, 1846 in Barry County, Missouri.
7. Mary Roller, born December 14, 1825 in TN; died March 18, 1863.
Notes for Andrew Jackson Vaughan:
1850 census shows A.J. was born in TN, records show they came from Russell Co, VA, he was in h ouse hold #76, next to his father Samuel, in Paririe Township, Madison County, AR. He is listed as a "B. Minister" on the 1850 census.
Children of Andrew Vaughan and Mary Roller are:
i. Catherine E. Vaughan, born September 13, 1847 in Madison Co. AR; died April 15, 1938 in Bluff Cemetery, Springdale, AR; married Anderson Sanders January 23, 1862 in Spring Valley, AR by her father; born January 18, 1842 in Orleans, IN; died August 16, 1920 in Bluff Cemetery, Springdale, AR.
Notes for Catherine E. Vaughan:
Didn't believe in dance, but had big jolly boys that would pick her up and swing her around be cause she was so small.
Catherine traveled to Washington and California.
Notes for Anderson Sanders:
Jackson Vaughn gave them a tract of land near Spring Valley.
Three Sanders Brothers married Three Vaughn sisters. The Parents of George Allen Sanders and Willie Frances Sanders died in the big flu epidemic and were raised by Anderson and Catherine.
Catherine had an infant at the time and had to send Willie to a black mammy to be nursed until he was weaned.
Anderson and Catherine raised their daughter Nora's two daughters also.
Anderson fought in the Civil War. The slaves were freed and given 5acres of land each. The y all stayed to help Catherine during the war.Anderson ran up War Eagle Valley to escape the carpet baggers.
Catherine boiled dirt under the smoke house to get salt.
They could see cannon fire at Pea Ridge from the House ii. George W. Vaughan, born 1850; married Unknown.
3 iii. Emily Vaughan, born August 30, 1853 in Arkansas; died March 10, 1874 in Vaughan, Cemetery, Hindsville, AR; married James Isam Sanders.
iv. Nancy N. Vaughan, born March 18, 1856 in Arkansas; died January 08, 1913 in Vaughan, Cemetery, Hindsville, AR; married (1) ? Parker; married (2) Samuel B. Sanders May 1871 in Washington County, AR; born October 10, 1850 in Indiana; died April 24, 1881 in Vaughan Cemetery, Hindsville, AR.
v. Ada L. Vaughan, born Abt. 1858; married ? Webb.
vi. Samuel P. Vaughan, born August 15, 1862; died February 27, 1863.
Generation No. 4
12. Samuel P. Vaughan, born September 01, 1776 in North Carolina or Russell County, Virginia; died April 29, 1852 in Madison County, Arkansas. He was the son of William Patrick Vaughan and Fereby Lou Benton. He married 13. Martha Catharine (Hands)Hammons Bet. 1801 - 1808.
13. Martha Catharine (Hands)Hammons, born 1787 in Franklin County, Virginia; died Abt. 1865 in Madison County, Arkansas.
Notes for Samuel P. Vaughan:
In Warren County, Tennessee, Grant # 5670, State of Tennessee to Samuel Vaughn, assignee of Peter Turney, 20 acres lying Warren County in the third District on the waters of Rocky River, June 4, 1814. Is this our Samuel??
Samuel is on the 1850 Madison County, Arkansas census in Paririe Township, #75
It is said Samuel Vaughan's eyes were an intense blue color.
The Vaughn's except Catherine Vaughn Sanders are burried in Vaughn Cemetary, Northwest Arkansas.
**1830 Washington County, Arkansas census:
Line 21
Samuel Vaughan
w/m 15-20 years=3
w/m 50-60 years=1
w/m 70-80 years=1
w/f 40-50 years=1
w/f 70-80 years=1
Children of Samuel Vaughan and Martha (Hands)Hammons are:
i. Defsey Vaughan, born Abt. 1809; married Steven Homesley.
ii. Susannah E. Vaughan, born Abt. 1811 in Warren County, Tennessee; died Abt. 1868 in McLennan County, Texas; married Joseph Stanton EDWARDS Abt. 1826 in Madison County, Arkansas; born September 1776 in Russell County, Virginia; died April 29, 1852 in Madison County, Arkansas.
Notes for Joseph Stanton EDWARDS:
He was of English descent. He owned extensive property in present-day Anderson County, SC.
Source: Rootsweb margitom@waymark.net
iii. George Washington Vaughan, born February 27, 1813 in Tennessee; died 1888 in Madison County, Arkansas; met (1) Louthany Youngman; born June 17, 1840 in Missouri; died November 14, 1912; married (2) Julia Ann Mason May 16, 1836; born December 19, 1822; died January 05, 1846; married (3) Elizabeth Vaughan January 12, 1847; born February 02, 1824; died January 1873 in Madison County, Arkansas.
Notes for George Washington Vaughan:
In Paririe Township, Madison County, Arkansas in household #80 in 1850. He was a cousin to his wife's father.
In 1860 he had 10 slaves, who do not appear by name. only by age, race and gender:
Age Gender Race
40 Male Black
40 Female Black
38 Male Black
26 Female Mulatto
20 Male Mulatto
13 Female Black
10 Male Black
9 Male Black
2 Male Mulatto
2 Male Mulatto
Notes for Julia Ann Mason:
Buried in a field owned by the Mayfield family and later the Headstone was moved to Vaughan-Whitener Cemetery.
6 iv. Andrew Jackson Vaughan, born February 02, 1815 in Tennessee; died December 29, 1882 in Madison County, Arkansas; married (1) Mary Roller June 14, 1846 in Barry County, Missouri; married (2) Elizabeth H. Faisse Abt. 1864.
v. Margaret Vaughan, born Abt. 1832; died 1845 in Madison County, Arkansas.
(Photo- Llynk)
Kristin comment:
Hello,
Does anyone have any info on Emily Vaughan and husband James Isam or Isam Sanders.
They are my g g grandparents. They had two children, George Allen Sanders and William "Will"
Sanders. George was born in 1871 and Will was born in 1873. Both parents died, Will was three months old when mother Emily Sanders died in Mar of 1874, Isam died in Oct 1874. Would like to know what happened to parents.
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