Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Decendents of William Patrick Vaughan pg5

Cont. pg. 5 (quoted)

Cherry Vaughan 43 f TN
James D. 14 m AR
Allen W. 12 m AR
Pleasant M. 9 m AR
Nancy A. 7 f AR
During the Civil War, Ben moved to Neosho County, Kansas to Canville Township, along with other in his family.
1865 Neosho county, Kansas state census -- Canville Twp.
#109 #116
Benj. Vaughn 50 m TN farmer
Cary 49 f TN
Jas. D. 20 m AR farmer
Abigal 17 f AR
Allen W. 18 m AR farmer
Plesant 15 m AR
Nancy 13 f AR
Here is the note from Freddie Todd about Benjamin & Cherubia living with the
Andersons. It doesn't specifically say Isaac & Jane Anderson, but they are
the only old Anderson couple it could have been. It isn't dated, but it's
his (Freddie's) handwriting. Grandpap is what Freddie always called
Benjamin Vaughan.
"Ben, Cherubia and two more elderly people by the name of Anderson lived
together in the house on the little creek. I have heard old timers tell it.
Said Grandpap kept goats. When he would come home, you could hear him call
out, "come, Grandpap is home". The goats would come out of the hills and
over the rail fence."
Another note:
"Lewis Vaughan stated Benjamin Vaughan was not a extensive land owner like
the rest of the Vaughans. He should take a second look at Grandpa's land
holdings. Mickey Vaughan states Ben Vaughan bought 160 acres of land from
his Uncle Daniel Vaughan before he moved to Huntsville - the beginning of
his political career."
"Evidently Ben like the Clifty area better. Here he established his home.
Owned some of the better valley farm which makes up the War Eagle Basin.
Here he raised his children and grandchildren. Here was the village of
Clifty, a flourishing village with a drug store, a harness shop, three or
four general stores, hardware store, three doctors, post office, hotel,
stables, and mill, and later a canning factory."
--- From Peggy Hermann 1-15-2001
This story taken from "Clifty and the Two Hillbilly Kids Growin' Old" by
Fred Todd.
p. 4 - "Grandpa (Benjamin) Vaughan lived southwest of the little village of
Clifty. He said he was plowing corn one day and heard a pig squealing down
toward the spring. He decided to go down and see what the trouble was.
Harness in those days was called plough gears. It consisted of harness
chains, back band lines, and collars. He said he unfastened the hame
string, taken the collar off, and laid them on the plow. He got on the old
mare, and he and his old hound went to see what was going on. As they were
going down the path or trail toward the spring, a panther jumped out of a
tree. It had the pig up in the tree eating it alive! The panther landed on
the old mare right behind him! As you might guess, right then and there the
old mare shredded Grandpa and the panther! The old hound ran away,leaving
Grandpa and the panther in the trail. Grandpa said he was afraid to run,
so he confronted the vicious animal. He said it would growl with it's ears
laid back like it was going to jump on him. When it growled, he would growl
back like it did. He would just look it in the eyes and growl. Finally it
began to back away from him and growl. He would growl and back away too.
At last the panther ran, and he ran too!"
Children of BENJAMIN VAUGHAN and CHERUBIA HARP are:
77. i. MARY JANE "NARCISSIS"5 VAUGHAN, b. February 22, 1838; d. 1923.
78. ii. GEORGE WASHINGTON VAUGHAN, b. August 17, 1839, Huntsville, Madison County, Arkansas; d. August 24, 1913, Madison County, Arkansas.
79. iii. ELIZABETH VAUGHAN, b. March 14, 1841, Madison County, Arkansas; d. December 06, 1912, Madison County, Arkansas.
80. iv. JAMES POLK DALLAS VAUGHAN, b. June 1845; d. August 1905.
81. v. ALLEN W. VAUGHAN, b. October 1847; d. 1916.
82. vi. PLEASANT MICHAEL VAUGHAN, b. November 16, 1849, Arkansas; d. 1932.
vii. NANCY ANN VAUGHAN, b. March 23, 1852; d. 1944; m. ALLEN RAY.
28. WILLIAM4 VAUGHAN (MARTHA "PATTY"3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born Abt. 1817 in Tennessee, and died December 15, 1861 in New Madrid, Missouri. He married REBECCA L. SMITH Abt. 1839. She was born Abt. 1820 in Tennessee.
Notes for WILLIAM VAUGHAN:
Living at house #498, Cedar Creek Township, Madison County, Arkansas in1850.
Children of WILLIAM VAUGHAN and REBECCA SMITH are:
i. FRANCIS MARION5 VAUGHAN, b. June 09, 1840, Madison County, Arkansas; d. May 24, 1929, Afton, Ottawa, Oklahoma; m. (1) ELVADA, 1865; m. (2) LEVINA COOK, Abt. 1905.
ii. ANDREW J. VAUGHAN, b. 1842, Arkansas; m. ANN ELIZA SAY, November 12, 1863, Greene County, Missouri.
iii. MARTHA VAUGHAN, b. 1844, Arkansas; m. SANFORD DUNHAM, Abt. 1868, Arkansas.
iv. DEFSIE A. VAUGHAN, b. August 1846, Arkansas; m. SILAS L. NICHOLSON, 1873.
v. JOHN BENTON VAUGHAN, b. March 20, 1847, Benton County, Arkansas; d. April 17, 1934, Wellston, Lincoln County, Oklahoma; m. JULIA ANN MCGINNIS, October 17, 1870, Hindsville, Madison County, Arkansas.
vi. WILLIAM COLUMBUS VAUGHAN, b. March 26, 1848, Arkansas; d. November 09, 1891, Hickory Grove, Madison County, Arkansas.
vii. JAMES R. VAUGHAN, b. July 28, 1851, Madison County, Arkansas; d. Aft. 1934; m. (1) CLARA F.; m. (2) ELIZABETH ---, 1876.
viii. M.J. VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1854.
ix. REBECCA L. VAUGHAN, b. November 11, 1859, Clifty, Madison County, Arkansas; d. August 18, 1934, Council Bluffs, Iowa; m. WILLIAM G. HAYES, December 18, 1875.
x. GEORGE VAUGHAN VAUGHAN, b. 1861, Arkansas; m. NANCY DILL.
29. MABORNE E.4 VAUGHAN (MARTHA "PATTY"3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born Abt. 1817 in Tennessee, and died Aft. 1858 in Tennessee. He married LUCINDA ?? Abt. 1838.
Children of MABORNE VAUGHAN and LUCINDA ?? are:
i. WILLIAM5 VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1839, Tennessee.
ii. JANE VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1842, Tennessee.
iii. FRANCES VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1844, Arkansas.
iv. JOHN VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1848, Arkansas.
v. ZINERI VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1851, Arkansas.
vi. LEVISA VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1853, Arkansas.
vii. HENRY VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1858, Arkansas.
30. PATRICK4 VAUGHAN (WILLIAM3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) He married SUSANNA HATFIELD August 22, 1819 in Floyd County, Kentucky.
Children of PATRICK VAUGHAN and SUSANNA HATFIELD are:
83. i. JOHN P.5 VAUGHAN.
84. ii. JOHN JEFFERSON VAUGHAN, b. October 16, 1841, Floyd County, Kentucky.
31. SALATHIEL4 VAUGHAN (WILLIAM3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) He married WINNEFRED.
Child of SALATHIEL VAUGHAN and WINNEFRED is:
i. DAVID5 VAUGHAN.
32. FERRIBY VIOLET LOUISA4 CALICOTT (ELIZABETH3 VAUGHAN, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born Abt. 1811 in Hawkins or Warren County, Tennessee, and died August 14, 1841 in Madison County, Arkansas. She married GEORGE TUCKER Abt. 1827 in Warren County, Tennessee. He was born Abt. 1810 in Tennessee, and died August 18, 1841 in Wesley, Madison County, Arkansas.
Children of FERRIBY CALICOTT and GEORGE TUCKER are:
85. i. NANCY5 TUCKER.
86. ii. WASHINGTON W. TUCKER, b. 1841.
33. JOHN C.4 CALICOTT (ELIZABETH3 VAUGHAN, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born 1817 in Tennessee.
Children of JOHN C. CALICOTT are:
87. i. JOSIAH M.5 CALICOTT, b. 1843.
88. ii. JOHN C. CALICO, b. 1850.
34. HARDY4 HARP (LOUISE "LUCY"3 VAUGHAN, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born Abt. 1821 in Tennessee, and died Bet. 1854 - 1860. He married SARAH E. CLEMENS, daughter of JESSE CLEMENS and ELIZABETH. She was born Abt. 1824 in Tennessee.
Child of HARDY HARP and SARAH CLEMENS is:
i. NANCY J.5 HARP, b. March 12, 1855; m. (1) -- CLARK; m. (2) ? CLARK.
35. SERENA4 HARP (LOUISE "LUCY"3 VAUGHAN, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born Abt. 1829 in Arkansas. She married JAMES BELL. He was born Abt. 1833 in Tennessee.
Children of SERENA HARP and JAMES BELL are:
i. MATILDA5 BELL, b. Abt. 1848, Arkansas.
ii. THOMAS BELL, b. Abt. 1850, Arkansas.
iii. WILLIAM BELL, b. Abt. 1854, Arkansas.
iv. MARTHA BELL, b. Abt. 1858, Arkansas.
Photo is Horace Greeley Vaughan



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