Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Decendant; William Patrick Vaughan pg8 (5th generation)

Generation No. 5
89. CAMRISA 6 VAUGHAN (BENJAMIN 5, JOHN 4, THOMAS 3, WILLIAM PATRICK 2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) She married JOHN R. FOSTER.
Child of CAMRISA VAUGHAN and JOHN FOSTER is:
160. i. ANSON A.7 FOSTER, b. 1877.
90. CHARLES C.6 BOOTH (MATILDA5 VAUGHAN, JOHN4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born July 22, 1838 in Cabell County, Virginia, and died June 06, 1917 in Twin Falls, Idaho. He married (1) NANCY WORKMAN, daughter of JOSEPH WORKMAN and NANCY OSBURN. He married (2) NANCY CAROLINE BALLENGEE February 19, 1877 in Wayne County, West Virginia, daughter of EVI BALLENGEE and KEZIAH WORKMAN.
Children of CHARLES BOOTH and NANCY WORKMAN are:
i. MALASKI GERTRUDE7 BOOTH, b. May 19, 1873.
ii. ELIZABETH BOOTH, b. August 19, 1876.
Children of CHARLES BOOTH and NANCY BALLENGEE are:
161. iii. CHARLES E.7 BOOTH, b. December 28, 1878.
iv. JOHN BENNIE BOOTH, b. November 03, 1881; d. November 23, 1909, Twin Falls, Idaho.
162. v. FRANK A. BOOTH, b. May 20, 1887, Dow City, Iowa; d. September 08, 1929, Porterville, California.
163. vi. RUBY BOOTH, b. September 08, 1892, Dow City, Iowa; d. 1975, Whittier, California.
91. MERO6 BOOTH (MATILDA5 VAUGHAN, JOHN4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born March 10, 1840 in Cabell County, Virginia, and died September 1900 in Galveston, Texas. She married (1) HEZEKIAH BENCH, son of LEWIS BENCH and NANCY WORKMAN. He was born 1838. She married (2) IRA CALVIN DAVIS. He was born Abt. 1847 in Virginia, and died 1893 in Wayne County, West Virginia.
Notes for MERO BOOTH:
Drowned as a result of a tidal wave that engulfed Galveston, Texas.
Child of MERO BOOTH and HEZEKIAH BENCH is:
i. MATILDA C.7 BENCH, b. May 10, 1860.
Children of MERO BOOTH and IRA DAVIS are:
ii. FRANCIS7 DAVIS, b. Abt. 1871, Virginia.
iii. MERO DAVIS, b. June 18, 1872, West Virginia.
iv. IRA C. DAVIS, b. October 02, 1874, West Virginia.
v. JOHN L. H. DAVIS, b. November 08, 1876, West Virginia.
vi. MARTHA A. DAVIS, b. June 14, 1878, West Virginia.
vii. CASANDER DAVIS, b. April 19, 1880; d. April 11, 1886.
viii. MARY FAIRBIE LOUISE DAVIS, b. February 26, 1883; m. - CLARK.
ix. JETTIE MARGARET DAVIS, b. January 30, 1885.
92. MARION6 VAUGHAN (EPHRAIM VAUGHAN5 (WORKMAN), PHOEBE4 VAUGHAN, THOMAS3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born September 1850 in Wayne County, West Virginia. He married HENRIETTA 1879. She was born 1858.
Children of MARION VAUGHAN and HENRIETTA are:
164. i. RUBY DELLA7 VAUGHAN, b. April 1880, Richardson, NE; d. 1920, from Influenza after birth of twins.
ii. EDNA VAUGHAN, b. October 1881, Richardson, NE.
iii. BERTRAN VAUGHAN, b. October 1883, Richardson, NE.
iv. BERTHARD VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1884, Richardson, NE.
v. MARION VAUGHAN, b. November 26, 1886, Richardson, NE.
93. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN6 VAUGHAN (EPHRAIM VAUGHAN5 (WORKMAN), PHOEBE4 VAUGHAN, THOMAS3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born March 27, 1863 in Wayne County, Virginia, and died January 10, 1944 in Richardson or Fall City, NE. He married (1) MISS FORNEY 1882. He married (2) HATTIE HUGHES 1891. She was born April 21, and died September 21, 1929 in Fall City, NE.
Child of BENJAMIN VAUGHAN and HATTIE HUGHES is:
165. i. JOHN HENRY7 VAUGHAN, b. May 25, 1909.
94. JAMES6 VAUGHAN (ANOTHONY WAYNE5, JAMES E.4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) He married (1) ELLA HAMMOND. He married (2) FRANCES LYNK.
Children of JAMES VAUGHAN and ELLA HAMMOND are:
i. GEORGE W.7 VAUGHAN, m. NORA REVIS.
166. ii. IDA M. VAUGHAN.
iii. JAMES E. VAUGHAN, m. WANDA LEE RICE.
95. MINERVA6 BOYD (NANCY5 VAUGHAN, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born July 15, 1861 in Lawrence County, Ohio. She married (1) WILLIAM CONN (CORN). She married (2) CURTIS WILSON.
Child of MINERVA BOYD and WILLIAM (CORN) is:
i. CARRIE CONN7 (CORN).
96. WILLIAM THOMAS 6 BOYD (NANCY 5 VAUGHAN, THOMAS 4, THOMAS 3, WILLIAM PATRICK 2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born September 09, 1869 in Ohio. He married ELIZABETH SPARKS. She was born August 10, 1867.
Children of WILLIAM BOYD and ELIZABETH SPARKS are:
i. WILLIAM THOMAS7 BOYD, b. April 27, 1892.
ii. JOHN CALHOUN BOYD, b. June 24, 1896.
iii. ANNA FAYE BOYD, b. January 01, 1902; m. REESE GRIFFIN.
iv. LILA MAY BOYD, b. September 18, 1904.
97. JOHN CALVIN6 BOYD (NANCY5 VAUGHAN, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born September 09, 1869. He married JESSIE.
Children of JOHN BOYD and JESSIE are:
i. HOMER7 BOYD.
ii. RACHEL BOYD.
98. CHARLES EDWARD6 BOYD (NANCY5 VAUGHAN, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born July 14, 1874 in Rock Camp, Lawrence County, Ohio, and died September 26, 1968 in Tarzana, California. He married ROSE IDA DILLON September 18, 1894 in Ironton, Ohio, daughter of WILLIAM DILLON and LUCINDA POWELL. She was born August 19, 1876 in Willow Wood, Ohio, and died November 18, 1952 in Tarzana, California.
Children of CHARLES BOYD and ROSE DILLON are:
167. i. WILLIAM HARRY7 BOYD, b. June 21, 1895, Rock Camp, Lawrence County, Ohio; d. August 22, 1976, Martinez, California.
168. ii. NANCY LUCINDA BOYD, b. January 12, 1898, Rock Camp, Lawrence County, Ohio.
169. iii. FLORA BOYD, b. 1900; d. 1940, Tacoma, Washington.
99. GEORGIA6 VAUGHAN (ABRAHAM GEORGE5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born March 07, 1868 in Wayne County, West Virginia, and died December 15, 1890. She married JAMES H. COMPTON, son of HERNDON COMPTON and OLIVIA MASSEY. He was born April 1855 in Kentucky, and died January 18, 1932 in Lawrence County, Kentucky.
Children of GEORGIA VAUGHAN and JAMES COMPTON are:
i. JENNINGS W.7 COMPTON, b. May 20, 1882.
170. ii. HENRY E. COMPTON, b. May 08, 1885; d. December 12, 1963, Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio.
171. iii. JESSIE COMPTON, b. July 08, 1888, Louisa, Lawrence County, Kentucky; d. November 02, 1918, Hellier, Pike County, Kentucky.
172. iv. MAUDE COMPTON, b. December 06, 1890, Wayne County, West Virginia; d. March 1968, Allen, Floyd County, Kentucky.
100. WILLIAM JIMMERSON6 VAUGHAN (ABRAHAM GEORGE5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born July 1870 in West Virginia, and died 1946 in Kentucky. He married MARGARET ANN HUTCHINSON March 20, 1893, daughter of VINCENT HUTCHINSON and SARAH LAKIN. She was born June 1875 in Kentucky, and died December 1918 in Lawrence County, Kentucky.
Notes for WILLIAM JIMMERSON VAUGHAN:
Jimmerson was a famous field worker and lecturer for Kentucky Sunday School association; helped to develop the educational system for that state; in 1911 he was offered the State Secretary for Education in the state of Virginia, but did not accept. He traveled to all counties of Kentucky, California and even to Europe lecturing on educational matters. Most of his children became teachers.
Notes for MARGARET ANN HUTCHINSON:
She was a teacher before her marriage and a member of the Methodist Church, South.
Children of WILLIAM VAUGHAN and MARGARET HUTCHINSON are:
173. i. WILLIAM H.7 VAUGHAN, b. February 1899, Lawrence County, Kentucky; d. November 1972, Nashville, Tennessee.
ii. MANLEY WARREN VAUGHAN, b. February 12, 1903, Lawrence County, Kentucky.
iii. EDGAR VAUGHAN, m. REBINA BUSSEY.
iv. VINCENT VAUGHAN.
v. NANCY LEE VAUGHAN.
vi. GEORGE FRANCIS VAUGHAN.
101. MITTIE 6 VAUGHAN (ABRAHAM GEORGE5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born January 21, 1872 in Wayne County, West Virginia, and died January 16, 1962 in Louisa, Lawrence County, Kentucky. She married JAMES . CLAYTON July 30, 1894 in Lawrence County, Kentucky. He was born April 1866 in Lawrence County, Kentucky, and died 1942.
Children of MITTIE VAUGHAN and JAMES CLAYTON are:
i. DR. MILTON B.7 CLAYTON, b. October 1895, Kentucky.
ii. WALTER S. CLAYTON.
102. JENETTA6 VAUGHAN (ABRAHAM GEORGE5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born February 28, 1874 in Wayne County, West Virginia.
Child of JENETTA VAUGHAN is:
i. WALTER7 VAUGHAN.
103. OLIVE T.6 VAUGHAN (ABRAHAM GEORGE5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born August 1889 in Wayne County, West Virginia. She married JOHN HUFF.
Children of OLIVE VAUGHAN and JOHN HUFF are:
i. NATALIE7 HUFF.
ii. EDGAR HUFF.
iii. VINSON HUFF.
iv. WAYNE HUFF.
v. GEORGIA FRANCIS VAUGHAN HUFF.
104. CHARLES THOMAS 6 VAUGHAN (JOHN LEWIS5, THOMAS 4, THOMAS 3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born December 24, 1870 in Echo, Wayne County, West Virginia, and died March 28, 1933. He married (1) JOSEPHINE JACKSON December 23, 1893 in Rush, Boyd County, Kentucky. He married (2) IDA MAY FITCH October 09, 1898 in Rush, Boyd County, Kentucky. She was born January 1874 in Kentucky.
Children of CHARLES VAUGHAN and IDA FITCH are:
i. VIRGINIA7 VAUGHAN.
ii. CLYDE RAYMOND VAUGHAN.
iii. ORMOND DIXON VAUGHAN.
iv. BURKIA SERENA VAUGHAN.
v. DOROTHY CAMILLE VAUGHAN.
vi. GWENN VAUGHAN.
105. MADORA LOUELLA6 VAUGHAN (JOHN LEWIS5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born November 28, 1872 in Wayne County, West Virginia. She married JESSE MEEK November 12, 1890.
Children of MADORA VAUGHAN and JESSE MEEK are:
i. ELIZABETH7 MEEK.
ii. GERTRUDE MEEK.
iii. NYDA MEEK.
iv. ARTHUR MEEK.
v. LEXIE MEEK.
vi. AUDRY MEEK.
106. ALVIS JEFFERSON6 VAUGHAN (JOHN LEWIS5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born November 28, 1874, and died August 08, 1946. He married NOLDA DAVIS May 1909.
Children of ALVIS VAUGHAN and NOLDA DAVIS are:
i. PAUL7 VAUGHAN.
ii. JAMES VAUGHAN.
iii. LEROY VAUGHAN.
iv. MARSHALL VAUGHAN.
v. ALVIS JEFFERSON VAUGHAN.
vi. DAVIS VAUGHAN.
107. ISADORA "IZZIE"6 VAUGHAN (JOHN LEWIS5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born November 12, 1877 in Wayne County, West Virginia. She married ALBERT CAPERTON October 24, 1899.
Children of ISADORA VAUGHAN and ALBERT CAPERTON are:
i. LUCIAN RAY7 CAPERTON.
ii. ARMEL RYLAND CAPERTON.
iii. HAZEL GEREA CAPERTON.
iv. GARNET GREENWAY CAPERTON.
v. MORTON GLOSTER CAPERTON.
vi. JOHN ALLEN CAPERTON.
vii. PROCTOR ANDERSON CAPERTON.
108. CLAUDE MILTON6 VAUGHAN (JOHN LEWIS5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born February 23, 1883 in Fallsburg, Lawrence County, Kentucky, and died April 10, 1947 in Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky. He married (2) MARY RUTH GRAHAM. She was born September 28, 1883 in Lawrence County, Kentucky, and died July 07, 1972 in Hollywood, Los Angles County, California. He married (3) THELMA HAZEL ROSE November 24, 1931 in Ashland, Boyd County, Kentucky, daughter of RUSSELL ROSE and GEORGIA MCCOMIS. She was born August 22, 1909 in Meade Station, Boyd County, Kentucky, and died September 03, 1993 in Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky.
Child of CLAUDE MILTON VAUGHAN is:
i. UNNAMED7 VAUGHAN, b. 1927.
Child of CLAUDE VAUGHAN and THELMA ROSE is:
174. ii. CLAUDE MILTON7 VAUGHAN, b. November 18, 1934, Harrisonburg, Rockingham County, Virginia.
109. JANORAH BEATRICE6 VAUGHAN (JOHN LEWIS 5, THOMAS 4, THOMAS 3, WILLIAM PATRICK 2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born August 05, 1885 in Fallsburg, Lawrence County, Kentucky, and died February 15, 1917. She married JAMES CLAY WHITAKER February 25, 1907.
Children of JANORAH VAUGHAN and JAMES WHITAKER are:
175. i. ROBERT HASKEL7 WHITAKER.
ii. JOHN GRADIN WHITAKER.
iii. MAGEL ANGELINE WHITAKER.
iv. MABEL VIRGINIA WHITAKER.
v. HATTIE ELBERTA CHRISTINA WHITAKER.
110. HANNAH6 VAUGHAN (JOHN LEWIS5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born September 1888 in Fallsburg, Lawrence County, Kentucky, and died January 26, 1969. She married OLIVER R. MORGAN September 12, 1912.
Children of HANNAH VAUGHAN and OLIVER MORGAN are:
i. RUDOLPH7 MORGAN.
ii. JACK MORGAN.
111. MOLLY6 VAUGHAN (JOHN LEWIS5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born July 12, 1891 in Fallsburg, Lawrence County, Kentucky, and died Aft. 1991 in Florida. She married CARL FRASHER June 21, 1909.
Children of MOLLY VAUGHAN and CARL FRASHER are:
i. MARGRETTE7 FRASHER.
ii. CARL MILTON FRASHER.
112. JOHN ANDERSON6 VAUGHAN (JOHN LEWIS5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born November 17, 1894 in Fallsburg, Lawrence County, Kentucky. He married LAURA MAE HANNERS November 13, 1915.
Children of JOHN VAUGHAN and LAURA HANNERS are:
i. MILDRED7 VAUGHAN.
ii. MARY VAUGHAN.
iii. MAUDE VAUGHAN.
iv. ELBERT VAUGHAN.
v. HENRY VAUGHAN.
vi. MAXINE VAUGHAN.
vii. WAYNE VAUGHAN.
viii. VIRGINIA VAUGHAN.
ix. JUNE VAUGHAN.
x. EASTER VAUGHAN.
xi. JOHN THOMAS VAUGHAN.
113. ROBERT D.6 VAUGHAN (WILLIAM DEAN5, THOMAS4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born August 25, 1878 in West Virginia. He married NORMA Abt. 1898. She was born 1884.
Child of ROBERT VAUGHAN and NORMA is:
i. WILLIAM L.7 VAUGHAN, b. July 1899.
114. GEORGE L.6 VAUGHAN (LEWIS P.5, ABRAHAM4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) He married FRANCES WAGGONER.
Children of GEORGE VAUGHAN and FRANCES WAGGONER are:
176. i. LEWIS ELMO7 VAUGHAN.
177. ii. PEARL IMO VAUGHAN.
115. JOSEPH EVANS6 VAUGHN (SAMUEL P.5 VAUGHAN, THOMAS4, SAMUEL P.3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) He married BELLE CLARK.
Child of JOSEPH VAUGHN and BELLE CLARK is:
178. i. HIRAM BERT7 VAUGHN.
116. SYDNEY PRISCILLA6 LEWIS (MARY MARTHA5 HOMESLEY, DEFSEY4 VAUGHAN, SAMUEL P.3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) She married GEORGE WASHINGTON HOLT.
Child of SYDNEY LEWIS and GEORGE HOLT is:
179. i. DOLLIE VIALTA7 HOLT.
117. ADA S.6 FITCH (MARGARET LOUSIA5 VAUGHAN, GEORGE WASHINGTON4, SAMUEL P.3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born March 1856. She married D.D. PHILLIPS.
Children of ADA FITCH and D.D. PHILLIPS are:
i. GREGORY E.7 PHILLIPS, b. 1876.
ii. ANNA PHILLIPS, b. 1879.
iii. WILLA PHILLIPS, b. 1881.
iv. ANDY L. PHILLIPS, b. 1883.
v. OTO E. PHILLIPS, b. 1888.
vi. HENRY H. PHILLIPS, b. 1890.
118. LAFELIA N.6 FITCH (MARGARET LOUSIA5 VAUGHAN, GEORGE WASHINGTON4, SAMUEL P.3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born Abt. 1858. She married (1) WM. WILKS. She married (2) ? PHILLIPS.
Children of LAFELIA FITCH and WM. WILKS are:
i. ATA7 WILKS, b. 1882.
ii. CATLET J. WILKS, b. 1884.
iii. ORA F. WILKS, b. 1886.
iv. LOY E. WILKS, b. 1888.
v. BESTY WILKS, b. 1890.
vi. AMIE? WILKS, b. 1892.
Child of LAFELIA FITCH and ? PHILLIPS is:
vii. GARLAND7 PHILLIPS, b. 1876.
119. THOMAS L.6 FITCH (MARGARET LOUSIA5 VAUGHAN, GEORGE WASHINGTON4, SAMUEL P.3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born August 24, 1860 in Arkansas, and died January 09, 1944.
Children of THOMAS L. FITCH are:
i. MAGGIE E.7 FITCH, b. 1881.
ii. FLORENCE E. FITCH, b. 1884.
iii. CATLETT L. FITCH, b. 1886.
iv. GRACE FITCH, b. 1888.
v. JESSIE FITCH, b. 1890.
vi. THOMAS L. FITCH, b. 1892.
vii. CLEO FITCH, b. 1896.
120. ANDREW W.6 FITCH (MARGARET LOUSIA5 VAUGHAN, GEORGE WASHINGTON4, SAMUEL P.3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born November 1863 in Arkansas.
Child of ANDREW W. FITCH is:
i. BERTHA OLIVE7 FITCH, b. 1887.
121. FLORENCE ELIZABETH6 FITCH (MARGARET LOUSIA5 VAUGHAN, GEORGE WASHINGTON4, SAMUEL P.3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born May 14, 1866 in Spring Valley, Arkansas, and died May 12, 1947 in Springdale, Arkansas. She married A.J. SMITH.
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Decendants of Patrick Vaughan pg7

65. ZIMRI5 VAUGHAN (ISAAC4, DANIEL3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born Abt. 1844 in Arkansas. He married BARBEY M.L. Abt. 1870.
Children of ZIMRI VAUGHAN and BARBEY M.L. are:
i. HENRY LEE6 VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1873.
ii. GEORGE L. VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1877.
iii. SUSAN M.H.B. VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1880.
iv. WATKINS VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1883.
v. WASSEY VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1888.
66. DANIEL5 VAUGHAN (ISAAC4, DANIEL3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born April 18, 1846 in Madison Co., Arkansas, and died February 03, 1905. He married CATHERINE ANN (ANNIE) GOIN 1865. She was born March 1846 in Tennessee.
Children of DANIEL VAUGHAN and CATHERINE GOIN are:
i. ABE6 VAUGHAN, b. March 09, 1849; d. March 11, 1907.
130. ii. WILIAM HENDERSON VAUGHAN, b. December 16, 1867, Bowie, Montague, Texas; d. October 17, 1947, Sapulpa, Creek, Oklahoma.
iii. CHARLIE S. VAUGHAN, b. October 01, 1872, Texas.
131. iv. DANIEL ROBERT VAUGHAN, b. May 30, 1881, Decator, Texas.
v. NETTIE VAUGHAN, b. September 03, 1885, Texas.
67. SAMUEL HENDERSON5 VAUGHAN (ISAAC4, DANIEL3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born March 31, 1848, and died September 14, 1909. He married MARY SHARP.
Children of SAMUEL VAUGHAN and MARY SHARP are:
i. EMILY6 VAUGHAN, b. 1870.
ii. SISSIE VAUGHAN, b. 1873.
132. iii. ISSAC T. VAUGHAN, b. August 07, 1877; d. June 20, 1949.
68. THOMAS R.5 VAUGHAN (ISAAC4, DANIEL3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born Abt. 1854 in Arkansas.
Children of THOMAS R. VAUGHAN are:
i. JAMES6 VAUGHAN, b. 1872.
ii. JEFF VAUGHAN, b. 1874.
iii. MOSES VAUGHAN, b. 1876.
iv. DANIEL VAUGHAN, b. 1878.
69. ISSAC K.5 VAUGHAN (ISAAC4, DANIEL3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born September 1862.
Children of ISSAC K. VAUGHAN are:
i. EMMA6 VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1882.
ii. THOMAS VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1884.
70. MARY5 LANE (NANCY4 VAUGHAN, DANIEL3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) died Bef. July 1896. She married JAMES C. HARRIS.
Children of MARY LANE and JAMES HARRIS are:
i. TOLBERT ELMER6 HARRIS, b. 1879.
ii. ERNEST A. HARRIS, b. 1881.
iii. LINNEL (?) HARRIS, b. 1886.
iv. GRACE HARRIS, b. 1891.
71. T.L.5 LANE (NANCY4 VAUGHAN, DANIEL3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1)
Children of T.L. LANE are:
i. ERIC6 LANE, b. 1890.
ii. UNKNOWN LANE, b. 1892.
iii. ELBERT LANE, b. 1894.
iv. LOUIE LANE, b. 1895.
72. THOMAS R.5 LANE (NANCY4 VAUGHAN, DANIEL3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born 1854. He married MARGARET M. BERRY, daughter of ?? BERRY and NANCY TUCKER. She was born Abt. 1859.
Child of THOMAS LANE and MARGARET BERRY is:
i. NELLIE M.6 LANE, b. Abt. 1884.
73. DANIEL5 LANE (NANCY4 VAUGHAN, DANIEL3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born 1856.
Children of DANIEL LANE are:
i. ELLA6 LANE, b. 1880.
ii. GROVER C. LANE, b. 1884.
iii. HUGH LANE, b. 1887.
iv. EVA LANE, b. 1889.
v. BEULAH LANE, b. 1894.
vi. JOHN L. LANE, b. 1896.
74. MARGARET E.5 LANE (NANCY4 VAUGHAN, DANIEL3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born 1862. She married ? WILKS.
Children of MARGARET LANE and ? WILKS are:
i. NANCY A.6 WILKS, b. 1875.
ii. SAMUEL T. WILKS, b. 1880.
iii. ISAAC T. WILKS, b. 1883.
iv. EMMA G. WILKS, b. 1885.
75. NANCY CAROLINE5 TROUTT (ANNA C.4 VAUGHAN, DANIEL3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born November 24, 1850 in Oklahoma Indian Territory, and died September 23, 1917 in Goshen, AR. She married EDWARD FRANCIS MORRIS June 24, 1868 in Goshen, AR. He was born SepteEDWARD MORRISmber 27, 1840 in England, and died March 11, 1924 in Goshen, AR.
Children of NANCY TROUTT and are:
i. ADA ELIZA6 MORRIS, b. August 25, 1869, Whitener, Madison county, AR; d. November 1952, Fayetteville, AR; m. JOHN FRANKLIN PAGE, July 01, 1888; b. October 02, 1864; d. September 28, 1940, Fayetteville, AR.
ii. SUSAN MORRIS, b. December 15, 1874, Whitener, Madison county, AR; d. October 03, 1960; m. HENRY F. NEILL, 1902.
iii. JULIA CATHERINE MORRIS, b. January 11, 1877, Whitener, Madison county, AR; d. January 10, 1969; m. SOLOMON JOSHUA BAKER.
iv. MARY E. MORRIS, b. February 26, 1877, Whitener, Madison county, AR; d. January 11, 1887.
v. WILL M. MORRIS, b. March 10, 1881; d. November 1964; m. MOLLY MASTERSON.
vi. MYRTLE WINNIE MORRIS, b. March 10, 1881, Whitener, Madison county, AR; d. April 08, 1959; m. PETER ROBERT WEBB, July 22, 1902.
vii. BEULAH CHLOE MORRIS, b. January 18, 1888, Whitener, Madison county, AR; d. November 06, 1982; m. HARRISON LANGHAM, November 04, 1905; b. November 25, 1887; d. May 1973.
viii. IDA D. MORRIS, b. January 15, 1890, Whitener, Madison county, AR; d. June 17, 1955; m. SAM JONES, November 1908; b. April 26, 1883; d. March 09, 1947.
76. MARGARET E.5 EVANS (SUSAN4 VAUGHAN, DANIEL3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) She married ? BEVERS.
Children of MARGARET EVANS and ? BEVERS are:
i. GEORGE C.6 BEVERS, b. Abt. 1878.
ii. BENNIE BEVERS, b. Abt. 1879.
iii. LAURA BEVERS, b. Abt. 1880.
iv. JOSEPH BEVERS, b. Abt. 1882.
v. SUSAN BEVERS, b. Abt. 1883.
vi. EMILY J. BEVERS, b. Abt. 1885.
vii. WILLIAM H. BEVERS, b. Abt. 1889.
77. MARY JANE "NARCISSIS"5 VAUGHAN (BENJAMIN FRANKLIN4, MARTHA "PATTY"3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born February 22, 1838, and died 1923. She married GEORGE WASHINGTON TODD July 22, 1855, son of AUGUSTUS TODD and MARGARET LOWERY. He was born September 14, 1833 in Arkansas, and died January 15, 1923 in Clifty, Arkansas.
Children of MARY VAUGHAN and GEORGE TODD are:
133. i. LAFAITTE6 TODD, b. June 19, 1856, Arkansas; d. July 05, 1917.
ii. JAMES WILEY TODD, b. February 23, 1858; d. January 31, 1943; m. ESTER MEDORA HILL BADGLEY, September 14, 1878.
iii. FLORENCE TODD, b. Abt. 1859, Arkansas.
iv. BENJAMIN ALBERT TODD, b. June 28, 1866; d. June 14, 1927.
v. JOHN A. TODD, b. Abt. 1868; d. May 31, 1949; m. NETTIE ROCHELLA HARRISON; b. 1876; d. 1954.
vi. ZIMRI TODD, b. May 29, 1871; d. Abt. 1924, Kent, Washington.
vii. ANDREW J. TODD, b. October 1874; d. 1920; m. KATHRYN ROBERTS.
viii. THOMAS EDWARD TODD, b. February 25, 1877; d. December 15, 1953; m. LAURA EVANS, 1902.
ix. EVA TODD.
78. GEORGE WASHINGTON5 VAUGHAN (BENJAMIN FRANKLIN4, MARTHA "PATTY"3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born August 17, 1839 in Huntsville, Madison County, Arkansas, and died August 24, 1913 in Madison County, Arkansas. He married MARY FRANCIS HENDERSON August 13, 1857 in Barry County, Missouri. She was born January 05, 1843 in Arkansas, and died October 26, 1910.
Notes for GEORGE WASHINGTON VAUGHAN:
From the Springdale News.
Uncle Bud Vaughan's condition is about the same as reported in last issue, only he is grow in g weaker. His two daughters, Mrs. Ivie and Mrs. Literal, were notified of his illness and the y arrived here the 30th.Mrs. Literal has gone back, but Mrs. Ivie is sill here.
After eight weeks illness Uncle Bud Vaughan passed away Sunday evening,the 24, at 2:30. Uncl e Bud was born at Huntsville Aug. 17, 1839, lived 74years and 7 days. Has been a resident o f Madison County all his life. He leaves to mourn his death two sisters and two brothers, on e son and four daughters, and a host of other relatives and friends.
George W. Vaughan lived in Neosho County, Kansas in Canville Township during the Civil War, living near his father and other family members from Madison County, AR.
1865 Neosho County, Canville Township -- Kansas State Census
#114 #121
G.W. Vaughan 25 m AR farmer
M.F. 22 f AR
N.C. 5 f AR
M.C. a(?) f MO.
Notes for MARY FRANCIS HENDERSON:
Said to have been 1/4th Cherokee Indian, her parents were said to have been on the Trail of Te ars.
Children of GEORGE VAUGHAN and MARY HENDERSON are:
i. MARY E.6 VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1858.
134. ii. NANCY CHERUBIA VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1860, Arkansas.
iii. MARTHA CLEMENTINE VAUGHAN, b. August 1863; d. February 28, 1937.
iv. ZORA MARGARETTE VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1867.
v. JAMES DALLAS VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1870.
135. vi. DONNA VAUGHAN, b. November 05, 1873; d. December 21, 1953.
136. vii. CALVIN LEROY VAUGHAN, b. April 12, 1875, Madison County, Arkansas; d. October 26, 1954, Clifty, Madison County, Arkansas.
137. viii. MINNIE R. VAUGHAN, b. January 1881; d. 1945.
79. ELIZABETH 5 VAUGHAN (BENJAMIN FRANKLIN 4, MARTHA "PATTY"3, WILLIAM PATRICK 2, PAT. UNKNOWN 1) was born March 14, 1841 in Madison County, Arkansas, and died December 06, 1912 in Madison County, Arkansas. She married LEROY C. TODD July 22, 1856, son of AUGUSTUS TODD and MARGARET LOWERY. He was born June 11, 1836 in Clifty, Arkansas, and died November 02, 1912 in Clifty, Arkansas.
Children of ELIZABETH VAUGHAN and LEROY TODD are:
138. i. GEORGE WASHINGTON6 TODD, b. July 04, 1857, Arkansas; d. February 29, 1940, Hindsville, Madison County, Arkansas.
ii. MARGARET EMMA TODD, b. April 29, 1859, Arkansas; d. July 13, 1953; m. WILLIAM JASPER EVANS, February 13, 1879; b. February 11, 1858; d. March 30, 1929.
iii. MARY C. TODD, b. November 30, 1861, Arkansas; d. January 31, 1917; m. JOSIAH M. GODARD, September 20, 1883; b. February 27, 1859.
iv. WILLIAM P. TODD, b. September 11, 1865; d. March 11, 1874.
v. NANCY A. TODD, b. March 19, 1868, Arkansas; d. 1936; m. JAMES GODARD; b. Arkansas.
139. vi. BENJAMIN FRANKILIN TODD, b. March 25, 1870, Arkansas; d. March 25, 1905.
140. vii. THOMAS ALBERT TODD, b. September 15, 1872; d. November 27, 1899, Rogers, Arkansas.
viii. JAMES LAFAYETTE TODD, b. July 25, 1875, Arkansas; d. March 24, 1959; m. LUNCINDA PALESTINE LYNCH, September 14, 1902, Hindsville, Madison County, Arkansas; b. 1879; d. 1976.
ix. MAGNOLIA ELIZABETH TODD, b. November 19, 1877, Arkansas; d. May 21, 1965; m. (1) JIM LOWMAN; m. (2) MART WASSON; m. (3) MARION PIERCE.
141. x. LILA FRANCES TODD, b. May 25, 1880, Arkansas; d. June 30, 1967, Summers, Arkansas.
80. JAMES POLK DALLAS5 VAUGHAN (BENJAMIN FRANKLIN4, MARTHA "PATTY"3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born June 1845, and died August 1905. He married MELVINA HOUSTON. She was born February 25, 1858 in Arkansas, and died January 06, 1893 in Madison County, Arkansas.
Notes for JAMES POLK DALLAS VAUGHAN:
Dallas Vaughan was the second postmaster of Clifty, Arkansas.
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Dallas Vaughan was the second postmaster of Clifty, Arkansas.
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Dallas Vaughan was the second postmaster of Clifty, Arkansas.
Children of JAMES VAUGHAN and MELVINA HOUSTON are:
142. i. NANCY ALLEN6 VAUGHAN, b. September 01, 1874; d. February 27, 1949.
143. ii. CORDELIA VAUGHAN, b. May 30, 1877; d. February 11, 1952, Belleville, Kansas.
144. iii. JOHN DOUGLAS VAUGHAN, b. March 25, 1879; d. April 14, 1967, Clifty, Madison County, Arkansas.
145. iv. MARY CLEMENTINE VAUGHAN, b. February 01, 1881; d. May 02, 1963, Eureka Springs, Arkansas.
146. v. CORA VAUGHAN, b. January 1882.
147. vi. MARTHA PEARL VAUGHAN, b. January 26, 1883; d. September 20, 1960, Downey, California.
148. vii. ELIZABETH SALLY VAUGHAN, b. April 03, 1885; d. January 29, 1964, Auburn, California.
149. viii. NELLIE FRANCES VAUGHAN, b. June 10, 1886; d. December 18, 1940.
150. ix. JAMES LAFAYETTE VAUGHAN, b. September 10, 1887; d. December 07, 1958.
151. x. CHARLOTTE TEMPEST VAUGHAN, b. January 06, 1889; d. December 31, 1976.
xi. CHERUBIA ELLEN VAUGHAN, b. August 1891; d. Texas; m. (1) ? WEEMS; m. (2) SHORTY RHODES.
81. ALLEN W.5 VAUGHAN (BENJAMIN FRANKLIN4, MARTHA "PATTY"3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born October 1847, and died 1916. He married (2) MARY EVELINE WISDOM. She was born July 13, 1853, and died September 05, 1892.
Children of ALLEN W. VAUGHAN are:
i. HENRY6 VAUGHAN.
ii. MARGARET E. VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1876.
iii. MARY A. VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1878.
iv. B.F. VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1880.
v. O.D. VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1885.
vi. JENNIE ANN VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1887.
Children of ALLEN VAUGHAN and MARY WISDOM are:
vii. MARGARET ELIZABETH 6 VAUGHAN.
viii. AMANDA VAUGHAN.
ix. FRANK VAUGHAN.
x. AARON VAUGHAN.
xi. JENNY VAUGHAN.
xii. ROSE ALYNE VAUGHAN.
xiii. ROBERT P. VAUGHAN.
xiv. LEROY VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1873.
82. PLEASANT MICHAEL5 VAUGHAN (BENJAMIN FRANKLIN4, MARTHA "PATTY"3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born November 16, 1849 in Arkansas, and died 1932. He married MARGARET J. WISDOM. She was born 1849 in Arkansas.
Children of PLEASANT VAUGHAN and MARGARET WISDOM are:
152. i. JOHN ALLAN 6 VAUGHAN, b. August 05, 1869, Arkansas; d. June 27, 1917, Porterville, Tulare, California.
ii. BEN F. VAUGHAN, b. 1871.
iii. ROBERT VAUGHAN, b. 1873.
iv. COLUMBUS VAUGHAN, b. 1876.
v. HORACE G. VAUGHAN, b. 1879.
vi. ELMER VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1883.
vii. ROSCOW VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1888.
83. JOHN P.5 VAUGHAN (PATRICK4, WILLIAM3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) He married HELEN MACE.
Child of JOHN VAUGHAN and HELEN MACE is:
153. i. WALTER MARTIN6 VAUGHAN.
84. JOHN JEFFERSON5 VAUGHAN (PATRICK4, WILLIAM3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born October 16, 1841 in Floyd County, Kentucky. He married CYNTHIA ALICE HILL March 30, 1864 in Floyd County, Kentucky.
Child of JOHN VAUGHAN and CYNTHIA HILL is:
i. MAHALA SUSAN6 VAUGHAN, b. September 07, 1872; m. WILLIAM LEWIS HOPSON, December 19, 1889, Floyd County, Kentucky.
85. NANCY5 TUCKER (FERRIBY VIOLET LOUISA4 CALICOTT, ELIZABETH3 VAUGHAN, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) She married ?? BERRY.
Children of NANCY TUCKER and ?? BERRY are:
154. i. THOMAS W.6 BERRY, b. 1858.
155. ii. MARGARET M. BERRY, b. Abt. 1859.
86. WASHINGTON W.5 TUCKER (FERRIBY VIOLET LOUISA4 CALICOTT, ELIZABETH3 VAUGHAN, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born 1841.
Children of WASHINGTON W. TUCKER are:
156. i. JOHN C.6 TUCKER, b. 1863.
157. ii. THOMAS J. TUCKER, b. 1866.
158. iii. FERRIBY E. TUCKER, b. 1867.
159. iv. ADA P. TUCKER, b. 1869.
v. ELLA TUCKER, b. 1871.
vi. GEORGE W. TUCKER, b. 1873.
vii. GAAE (?)M. TUCKER, b. 1877.
viii. MARGARET TUCKER, b. 1880.
ix. JOSIAH TUCKER, b. 1881.
87. JOSIAH M.5 CALICOTT (JOHN C.4, ELIZABETH3 VAUGHAN, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born 1843.
Children of JOSIAH M. CALICOTT are:
i. W. Z.6 CALICOTT, b. 1869.
ii. L. M. CALICOTT, b. 1871.
iii. J.C. CALICOTT, b. 1873.
iv. L.M. CALICOTT, b. 1877.
v. THOMAS G. CALICOTT, b. 1879.
vi. JAMES B. CALICOTT, b. 1881.
vii. JOSIAH CALICOTT, b. 1884.
88. JOHN C.5 CALICO (JOHN C.4 CALICOTT, ELIZABETH3 VAUGHAN, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born 1850.
Children of JOHN C. CALICO are:
i. CALVIN6 CALICO, b. 1876.
ii. WILLIS CALICO, b. 1877.
iii. MARY CALICO, b. 1879.
iv. MARTHY CALICO, b. 1881.
v. SARAH CALICO, b. 1881.
vi. VIOLET CALICO, b. 1883.
vii. THOMAS CALICO, b. 1885.
viii. ROBERT CALICO, b. 1888.
ix. MONTGOMERY CALICO, b. 1890.
(Lynch family in Claiborne Co, TN: 1850 Claiborne Co, TN Agricultural Census, #40> William Lynch: 23 acres improved land, $200 cash value of farm, $10 value> of farming impl. & machinery, 1 horse, 2 milch cows, 3 other cattle, 2> swine, $15 value of live stock, 375 bushels of Indian corn, 5 bushels of> Irish potatoes, 2 bushels of sweet potatoes, 30 lbs. of maple sugar, $10> value of slaughtered animals)

William Patrick Vaughan, pg 6,Generation 4

Generation No. 4
36. THOMAS5 VAUGHAN (JOHN4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born October 19, 1813 in Cabell County, Virginia. He married NANCY BARTRAM October 15, 1835.
Children of THOMAS VAUGHAN and NANCY BARTRAM are:
i. BENJAMIN6 VAUGHAN, b. 1840, Missouri.
ii. SARAH VAUGHAN, b. 1842, Missouri.
37. BENJAMIN5 VAUGHAN (JOHN4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born December 17, 1815. He married ELIZABETH FORD.
Child of BENJAMIN VAUGHAN and ELIZABETH FORD is:
89. i. CAMRISA6 VAUGHAN.
38. MATILDA5 VAUGHAN (JOHN4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born October 20, 1817 in Cabell County, Virginia, and died April 11, 1902 in Wayne County, West Virginia. She married (1) JOHN WESLEY TROUT May 01, 1834, son of ABRAHAM TROUT. He was born 1816, and died November 23, 1834 in Cabell County, Virginia. She married (2) JOHN WESLEY BOOTH September 10, 1837 in Cabell County, Virginia, son of CHARLES BOOTH and ELIZABETH FERGUSON. He was born June 20, 1818 in Cabell County, Virginia, and died March 30, 1880 in Wayne County, West Virginia.
Child of MATILDA VAUGHAN and JOHN TROUT is:
i. JOHN WESLEY6 TROUT, b. January 04, 1835.
Children of MATILDA VAUGHAN and JOHN BOOTH are:
90. ii. CHARLES C.6 BOOTH, b. July 22, 1838, Cabell County, Virginia; d. June 06, 1917, Twin Falls, Idaho.
91. iii. MERO BOOTH, b. March 10, 1840, Cabell County, Virginia; d. September 1900, Galveston, Texas.
iv. SAMUEL J. BOOTH, b. November 06, 1842.
v. FRANCIS M. BOOTH, b. August 30, 1844.
vi. SARAH BOOTH, b. May 17, 1846.
vii. HESTER ANN BOOTH, b. May 10, 1848.
viii. ASA BOOTH, b. April 1850.
ix. MATILDA BOOTH, b. 1852.
x. WILLIAM JOSEPH BOOTH, b. May 07, 1854.
xi. ELIZABETH JANE BOOTH, b. January 10, 1855.
xii. CHLOA ANN BOOTH, b. 1859.
39. EPHRAIM VAUGHAN5 (WORKMAN) (PHOEBE4 VAUGHAN, THOMAS3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born 1829 in Cabell County, Virginia, and died Bef. 1880 in Richardson, Nebraska. He married AMY LAMBERT 1849. She was born December 1827 in Cabell, VA, and died Aft. 1900 in Richardson, Nebraska.
Children of EPHRAIM (WORKMAN) and AMY LAMBERT are:
i. PERRY6 VAUGHAN, b. 1850, Wayne, Virginia; d. Bef. 1860, Wayne, Virginia.
92. ii. MARION VAUGHAN, b. September 1850, Wayne County, West Virginia.
iii. PHERABA A. VAUGHAN, b. 1854, Wayne, Virginia; d. Bef. 1880, Richardson, NE; m. JOHN H. KOKE, September 07, 1876.
iv. JAMES VAUGHAN, b. 1855, Wayne, Virginia; d. October 15, 1857, Wayne, Virginia.
v. WILLIAM S. VAUGHAN, b. March 24, 1859, Wayne, Virginia.
vi. LINDSEY VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1860, Wayne, Virginia.
93. vii. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN VAUGHAN, b. March 27, 1863, Wayne County, Virginia; d. January 10, 1944, Richardson or Fall City, NE.
viii. ALONZO VAUGHAN, b. 1864, Wayne County, Virginia.
ix. FANNY B. VAUGHAN, b. 1867, Missouri; d. Bef. 1880.
40. THOMAS JEFFERSON5 VAUGHAN (WILLIAM TYLER4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born August 13, 1831. He married ELIZABETH S. SAMSON. She was born April 25, 1833 in Platte County, Missouri, and died July 23, 1916 in Seattle, Washington.
Children of THOMAS VAUGHAN and ELIZABETH SAMSON are:
i. PHOEBE ELLEN6 VAUGHAN, b. July 01, 1851; d. July 23, 1914; m. // MYERS.
ii. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN VAUGHAN, b. August 01, 1853; d. June 14, 1903; m. (1) NANCY J. BRAINS; d. June 14, 1903; m. (2) LIZZIE STEVENS, May 27, 1878.
Notes for NANCY J. BRAINS:
Died during the Hepner flood.
iii. OREN VAUGHAN, b. February 08, 1856; d. July 23, 1932.
iv. OLIVE VAUGHAN, b. August 10, 1858; m. HENRY BOLIN, 1874.
v. MARTHA VAUGHAN, b. July 09, 1860; d. October 09, 1912; m. ARCHIBALD SIMMONS, 1879.
vi. ORELLA VAUGHAN, b. January 26, 1863; d. September 27, 1958; m. WILLIAM MEAD.
vii. MARY JOSEPHINE VAUGHAN, b. August 06, 1865; d. June 07, 1947; m. JOSEPH KLINE.
viii. EMMA BELLE VAUGHAN, b. February 08, 1868; d. September 24, 1932; m. JAMES W. SHUMATE.
ix. JEREMIAH VAUGHAN, b. March 10, 1871; m. MARY MURRAY.
x. ALTA GLEN "SUSIE" VAUGHAN, b. March 04, 1873; d. December 16, 1888.
xi. LIZZIE VAUGHAN, b. February 19, 1875; d. September 15, 1947; m. PERRY L. BARGER, 1900.
41. JOHN QUINCY5 VAUGHAN (WILLIAM TYLER4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born January 30, 1839 in Platte County, Missouri, and died 1935 in Riderwood, Washington. He married FLORA CANTERBURY April 07, 1871 in Linn County, Oregon. She died 1895.
Notes for JOHN QUINCY VAUGHAN:
Sources: (1) Vaughan Pioneer book by Lewis Vaughan(2) Carol, Vaughan Roots list
Item from the Vaughan Pioneer Book: "In his account of an interview on October 1923 with Joh n Quincy Vaughan in Eugene, Oregon-an interview familiar to most Oregon Vaughan's -- Fred Lockley described John Quincy as looking like a man who had stepped out of the age of the pack train and stage coach. He was heavy-set, broad-shouldered, and massively built.His beard was whit e, as was also his hair. He had on a broad-brimmed felt hat, and the look of wide spaces was in his eyes."
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JOHN Q. VAUGHAN - "In 1863 John Q. Vaughan bought his present property which consists of one hundred and seventeen acres located in the neighborhood of Coburg, Lane County, and since tha t time he has been energetically engaged a its improvement and cultivation, eighty acres of which are cultivated.
"He was born in Missouri, January 30, 1840, and came to Oregon in 1847 in company with his par ents, who were seeking a home among the broader opportunities of the western states. He remained with his father until1831, when he went to the mines in the hope of finding fortune which a waited the miner. He continued in the same mines for a year, and in 1861he went to Idaho, s till confident of his ability to succeed, and time justified the faith in himself, for after a winter spent in the neighborhood of Salmon river, during which he experienced hardships an deprivations which proved his courage, he returned to Oregon with $6,000 as the result of his persevering work. January, 1862 found him once more located on the home place, and there he remained until 1870, when he married and went to the farm which he had purchased seven years ear lier.
"The wife of Mr.Vaughan was formerly Miss Flora Canterbury, and she died in 1895, the mother o f four children, of whom Wilbur is located in Coburg; Oma it the wife of L. P Protzman; Euli a is the wife of A. C. Wheeler; Strahan St. Clair, who is engaged in agricultural pursuits with Mr. Vaughan. In political convictions Mr. Vaughan adheres to the principles advocated in the platform of the Republican party, and fraternally affiliates with the independent Order of O dd Fellows.
Children of JOHN VAUGHAN and FLORA CANTERBURY are:
i. WILLARD A.6 VAUGHAN, b. 1872.
ii. WILBUR H. VAUGHAN, b. 1872.
iii. MAORIA VAUGHAN, b. 1874.
iv. STRAHAN ST. CLAIR VAUGHAN, b. 1875.
v. OMA VAUGHAN, b. 1876; m. L.P. PROTZMAN.
vi. EULIA VAUGHAN, b. 1878; m. A.C. WHEELER.
vii. LYDIA VAUGHAN, b. 1879.
42. ANOTHONY WAYNE5 VAUGHAN (JAMES E.4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born Abt. 1850. He married AMERICA MCBRAYER.
Children of ANOTHONY VAUGHAN and AMERICA MCBRAYER are:
i. LOU ELLA6 VAUGHAN.
ii. CHARLES VAUGHAN.
iii. IDA VAUGHAN.
iv. SUSAN JANE VAUGHAN.
v. ESTHER ANN VAUGHAN.
vi. DAISY VAUGHAN.
94. vii. JAMES VAUGHAN.
viii. ALLEN TOBY VAUGHAN.
ix. WILLIAM VAUGHAN.
x. HOWARD VAUGHAN.
xi. JOHN VAUGHAN.
xii. DANIEL EVERETT VAUGHAN.
xiii. ANOTHY WAYNE VAUGHAN.
43. NANCY5 VAUGHAN (THOMAS4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born March 13, 1839 in Cabell County, Virginia, and died October 28, 1905. She married JOSEPH BOYD October 21, 1860 in Lawrence County, Ohio. He was born February 13, 1830 in Hancock County, Ohio, and died July 10, 1907 in Rock Camp, Ohio.
Notes for JOSEPH BOYD:
On September 1864, Joseph enlisted and served 10 months with Co. E.,173rd Ohio Voluntary Infantry, Union Army during the Civil War. Early in life he went by the name of Joseph Ward. Hi s mother having died when he was a baby, he was raised by a Ward family. When his grandparent 's estate was settled, he then learned of his true identity and Lawrence County, Ohio records s how his name change back to Boyd. His farm at Rock Camp, Ohio was purchased with funds he inherited from his grandfather, John B. Spence. -- Walker Family History, page 547
Children of NANCY VAUGHAN and JOSEPH BOYD are:
95. i. MINERVA6 BOYD, b. July 15, 1861, Lawrence County, Ohio.
ii. MARTHA J. BOYD, b. March 31, 1863, Wayne County, Virginia; d. April 04, 1881, Wayne County, West Virginia; m. EDMOND OSBORN, October 20, 1879, Wayne County, West Virginia; b. January 31, 1862, Wayne County, Virginia; d. Portland, Oregon.
Notes for MARTHA J. BOYD:
Died during childbirth.
iii. SUSAN BOYD, b. April 10, 1865, Ohio; m. WILSON.
96. iv. WILLIAM THOMAS BOYD, b. September 09, 1869, Ohio.
97. v. JOHN CALVIN BOYD, b. September 09, 1869.
vi. ROXANNA BOYD, b. December 06, 1871, Ohio; m. JESSIE CORN.
98. vii. CHARLES EDWARD BOYD, b. July 14, 1874, Rock Camp, Lawrence County, Ohio; d. September 26, 1968, Tarzana, California.
viii. MARY ELIZABETH BOYD, b. November 06, 1876, Lawrence County, Ohio; m. WILLIAM MARSHALL DILLON; b. February 24, 1868, Lincoln county, West Virginia; d. 1938, Madison County, Ohio.
44. ABRAHAM GEORGE5 VAUGHAN (THOMAS4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born October 16, 1841 in Platte County, Missouri, and died January 27, 1912 in Lawrence County, Kentucky. He married SELTHANA WILSON March 07, 1867 in Wayne County, West Virginia, daughter of ANDERSON WILSON and JOANNA ISAACS. She was born June 29, 1847 in Wayne County, Virginia, and died Abt. July 1926 in Lawrence County, Kentucky.
Notes for ABRAHAM GEORGE VAUGHAN:
Enlisted in the 16th Regiment of the Virginia Cavalry, Company E. on September 6, 1862. Held the rank of Corporal.
Children of ABRAHAM VAUGHAN and SELTHANA WILSON are:
99. i. GEORGIA6 VAUGHAN, b. March 07, 1868, Wayne County, West Virginia; d. December 15, 1890.
100. ii. WILLIAM JIMMERSON VAUGHAN, b. July 1870, West Virginia; d. 1946, Kentucky.
101. iii. MITTIE VAUGHAN, b. January 21, 1872, Wayne County, West Virginia; d. January 16, 1962, Louisa, Lawrence County, Kentucky.
102. iv. JENETTA VAUGHAN, b. February 28, 1874, Wayne County, West Virginia.
v. OKEY J. VAUGHAN, b. July 16, 1876, Wayne County, West Virginia; d. 1912, Pike County, Kentucky; m. ROSA MEEK; b. 1883; d. 1911, Pike County, Kentucky.
103. vi. OLIVE T. VAUGHAN, b. August 1889, Wayne County, West Virginia.
45. LUCINDA5 VAUGHAN (THOMAS4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born Abt. 1843 in Missouri. She married JOB D. BOOTON December 18, 1866 in Wayne County, West Virginia, son of REUBIN BOOTON and SARAH.
Children of LUCINDA VAUGHAN and JOB BOOTON are:
i. J. B.6 BOOTON, b. Abt. 1867.
ii. SARAH BOOTON, b. Abt. 1868.
iii. CASSIE BOOTON, b. Abt. 1871.
iv. SIMPSON BOOTON, b. Abt. 1875.
46. JOHN LEWIS5 VAUGHAN (THOMAS4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born April 22, 1848 in Cabell County, Virginia, and died February 29, 1940 in Fallsburg, Lawrence County, Kentucky. He married VIRGINIA CAROLINE WILSON, daughter of ANDERSON WILSON and JOANNA ISAACS. She was born November 02, 1854 in Cabell County, Virginia, and died March 02, 1933 in Fallsburg, Lawrence County, Kentucky.
Children of JOHN VAUGHAN and VIRGINIA WILSON are:
104. i. CHARLES THOMAS6 VAUGHAN, b. December 24, 1870, Echo, Wayne County, West Virginia; d. March 28, 1933.
105. ii. MADORA LOUELLA VAUGHAN, b. November 28, 1872, Wayne County, West Virginia.
106. iii. ALVIS JEFFERSON VAUGHAN, b. November 28, 1874; d. August 08, 1946.
107. iv. ISADORA "IZZIE" VAUGHAN, b. November 12, 1877, Wayne County, West Virginia.
v. ELBERT SEVERE VAUGHAN, b. June 05, 1881, Wayne County, West Virginia; d. January 01, 1902.
Notes for ELBERT SEVERE VAUGHAN:
Never married.
108. vi. CLAUDE MILTON VAUGHAN, b. February 23, 1883, Fallsburg, Lawrence County, Kentucky; d. April 10, 1947, Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky.
109. vii. JANORAH BEATRICE VAUGHAN, b. August 05, 1885, Fallsburg, Lawrence County, Kentucky; d. February 15, 1917.
110. viii. HANNAH VAUGHAN, b. September 1888, Fallsburg, Lawrence County, Kentucky; d. January 26, 1969.
111. ix. MOLLY VAUGHAN, b. July 12, 1891, Fallsburg, Lawrence County, Kentucky; d. Aft. 1991, Florida.
112. x. JOHN ANDERSON VAUGHAN, b. November 17, 1894, Fallsburg, Lawrence County, Kentucky.
47. LINDSEY THOMAS5 VAUGHAN (THOMAS4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born June 23, 1850 in Cabell County, Virginia. He married MARTHA JANE BALL February 25, 1869, daughter of GEORGE BALL and ELEANOR LAMBERT.
Children of LINDSEY VAUGHAN and MARTHA BALL are:
i. SARAH FRANCES6 VAUGHAN, b. November 27, 1869; m. LAKIN T. CHRISTIAN, October 24, 1898.
ii. HARRISON D. VAUGHAN, b. August 19, 1875.
iii. NANCY EOLEN VAUGHAN, b. January 12, 1881.
48. WILLIAM DEAN5 VAUGHAN (THOMAS4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born May 27, 1853 in Cabell County, Virginia, and died January 05, 1931. He married MARY ELLEN NAPIER September 14, 1876 in Wayne County, West Virginia, daughter of ROBERT NAPIER and POLLY OSBURN.
Children of WILLIAM VAUGHAN and MARY NAPIER are:
113. i. ROBERT D.6 VAUGHAN, b. August 25, 1878, West Virginia.
ii. JESSIE VAUGHAN, b. April 16, 1881.
iii. MARY "POLLY" VAUGHAN, b. December 19, 1883.
iv. MANERVA VAUGHAN, b. September 19, 1886.
v. EMMER VAUGHAN, b. January 28, 1889.
vi. JOHN ABRAHAM VAUGHAN, b. October 07, 1891.
vii. HANEY VAUGHAN, b. December 25, 1893.
viii. CYNTHIA VAUGHAN, b. February 10, 1897.
ix. LUCIAN VAUGHAN, b. July 08, 1899.
x. LYDIA VAUGHAN, b. February 26, 1902.
49. LEANDER5 VAUGHAN (THOMAS4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born February 24, 1855 in Cabell County, Virginia, and died 1900. He married SARAH JANE NAPIER July 25, 1877 in Wayne County, West Virginia, daughter of ROBERT NAPIER and POLLY OSBURN. She was born July 1859 in West Virginia.
Children of LEANDER VAUGHAN and SARAH NAPIER are:
i. THOMAS D.6 VAUGHAN, b. October 19, 1878.
ii. ROBERT LEE VAUGHAN, b. October 30, 1882.
iii. MARTHA J. VAUGHAN, b. January 24, 1885, Wayne County, West Virginia; d. Abt. 1889.
iv. LULA VAUGHAN.
v. JULIA MAY VAUGHAN, b. January 24, 1892.
vi. LEVICY VAUGHAN, b. December 11, 1894, Wayne County, West Virginia.
vii. VIRGIE VAUGHAN, b. May 29, 1897.
50. LEWIS P.5 VAUGHAN (ABRAHAM4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) He married LILLIE WYNE.
Children of LEWIS VAUGHAN and LILLIE WYNE are:
i. GROVER6 VAUGHAN.
ii. LLOYD VAUGHAN.
114. iii. GEORGE L. VAUGHAN.
iv. CLARENCE L. VAUGHAN.
v. EDNA MAY VAUGHAN.
vi. JESSE R. VAUGHAN.
51. SAMUEL P.5 VAUGHAN (THOMAS4, SAMUEL P.3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born in Washington Co., VA or Morgan County, Tennessee. He married ELIZABETH JACK.
Children of SAMUEL VAUGHAN and ELIZABETH JACK are:
115. i. JOSEPH EVANS6 VAUGHN.
ii. BENJAMIN EVERETT VAUGHN.
52. MARY MARTHA5 HOMESLEY (DEFSEY4 VAUGHAN, SAMUEL P.3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) She married CLINTON LEWIS.
Child of MARY HOMESLEY and CLINTON LEWIS is:
116. i. SYDNEY PRISCILLA6 LEWIS.
53. MARGARET LOUSIA5 VAUGHAN (GEORGE WASHINGTON4, SAMUEL P.3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born December 18, 1838 in Missouri, and died November 25, 1925 in Arkansas. She married CATLETT FITCH March 1855 in Madison County, Arkansas, son of THOMAS FITCH and ELIZABETH JONES. He was born April 11, 1830 in White,Tennessee, and died 1919 in Madison County, Arkansas.
Notes for MARGARET LOUSIA VAUGHAN:
One family story has it that the father of Catlett Jr. was not Catlett Sr. but Margaret's first cousin, once removed, Sheriff Ben Vaughan.
Children of MARGARET VAUGHAN and CATLETT FITCH are:
117. i. ADA S.6 FITCH, b. March 1856.
118. ii. LAFELIA N. FITCH, b. Abt. 1858.
iii. NANCY L. FITCH, b. Abt. 1858.
119. iv. THOMAS L. FITCH, b. August 24, 1860, Arkansas; d. January 09, 1944.
120. v. ANDREW W. FITCH, b. November 1863, Arkansas.
121. vi. FLORENCE ELIZABETH FITCH, b. May 14, 1866, Spring Valley, Arkansas; d. May 12, 1947, Springdale, Arkansas.
122. vii. JULIA ANN FITCH, b. August 24, 1868, Prairie Township, Madison County, Arkansas; d. May 05, 1945.
viii. CATLETT A. "DICK" FITCH, b. April 13, 1871, Prairie Township, Madison County, Arkansas; d. March 18, 1948.
Notes for CATLETT A. "DICK" FITCH:
ix. WILLIAM BYRON FITCH, b. April 04, 1874, Arkansas; d. June 28, 1893.
x. LEMUEL W. FITCH, b. December 1876, Prairie Township, Madison County, Arkansas.
Notes for LEMUEL W. FITCH:
Once made his sister Julia walk a board across a well.
54. JULIA ANN5 VAUGHAN (GEORGE WASHINGTON4, SAMUEL P.3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born December 19, 1845. She married ? ARNOLD.
Children of JULIA VAUGHAN and ? ARNOLD are:
123. i. CLARISSA A.6 ARNOLD, b. Abt. 1862.
124. ii. SARAH E. ARNOLD, b. Abt. 1867.
125. iii. WILLIE F. ARNOLD, b. Abt. 1870.
55. CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS5 VAUGHAN (GEORGE WASHINGTON4, SAMUEL P.3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born December 11, 1847.
Children of CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS VAUGHAN are:
i. GRANDVILLE6 VAUGHAN, b. 1873.
ii. ADA "DOLLY" VAUGHAN, b. 1875.
iii. CHRISTOPHER VAUGHAN, b. 1877.
iv. GEORGE D. VAUGHAN, b. 1879.
v. AMANDA E. VAUGHAN, b. 1885.
vi. EMZIE C. VAUGHAN, b. 1888.
vii. JOSEPH L. VAUGHAN, b. 1895.
56. ADA ANN ISABELLA5 VAUGHAN (GEORGE WASHINGTON4, SAMUEL P.3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born December 20, 1851, and died 1943. She married JOSEPH D. BEVERS. He was born November 12, 1846 in Illinois, and died July 05, 1917.
Children of ADA VAUGHAN and JOSEPH BEVERS are:
126. i. AMY E.6 BEVERS, b. 1873.
127. ii. CORA F. BEVERS, b. 1875.
iii. ALBERT W. BEVERS, b. September 1877.
iv. ADA E. BEVERS, b. October 1879.
v. JOE PAULINE BEVERS, b. Abt. 1894.
57. ADDISON MILTON5 VAUGHAN (GEORGE WASHINGTON4, SAMUEL P.3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born August 07, 1853.
Children of ADDISON MILTON VAUGHAN are:
i. ANDREW 6 VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1876.
ii. JOHN F. VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1878.
iii. CHRISTOPHER C. VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1883.
iv. ADA VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1885.
v. JAMES S. VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1887.
vi. MARY E. VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1889.
vii. NAPOLEON B. VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1891.
viii. DRUSILLA A. VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1893.
ix. EMY J. VAUGHAN, b. 1896.
58. CATHERINE E.5 VAUGHAN (ANDREW JACKSON4, SAMUEL P.3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born September 13, 1847 in Madison Co. AR, and died April 15, 1938 in Bluff Cemetery, Springdale, AR. She married ANDERSON SANDERS January 23, 1862 in Spring Valley, AR by her father. He was born January 18, 1842 in Orleans, IN, and died August 16, 1920 in Bluff Cemetery, Springdale, AR.
Notes for CATHERINE E. VAUGHAN:
[Benton.FTW]
[Vaughans.FTW]
[Vaughan-1.FTW]
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:
[Benton.FTW]
[Vaughans.FTW]
[Vaughan-1.FTW]
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 th e carpet baggers. Catherine boiled dirt under the smoke house to get salt. They could see cannon fire at Pea Ridge from the House.[Da Vaughans. FTW]
Anderson and Catherine raised thier daughter Nora's two daughters also. Anderson fought in the Civil War. The slaves were freed and given 5 acres of land each. The y all stayed to help Catherine during the war. Anderson ran up War Eagle Valley to escape th e carpet baggers.
Children of CATHERINE VAUGHAN and ANDERSON SANDERS are:
i. SIMON6 SANDERS, b. December 12, 1862; d. December 13, 1862, Vaughan Cemetery, Hindsville, AR.
128. ii. LAURENCE ALLEN SANDERS, b. September 25, 1864, Spring Valley, AR; d. January 04, 1951, Bluff Cemetary, Springdale, AR.
iii. MARY W. SANDERS, b. September 22, 1866; d. July 13, 1871, Vaughan Cemetery, Hindsville, AR.
129. iv. IDA B. SANDERS, b. September 30, 1868; d. May 19, 1962.
v. ANDREW J. SANDERS, b. October 10, 1870; d. November 03, 1870.
vi. HENRY H. SANDERS, b. May 11, 1872; d. 1938, Bluff Cemetery, Springdale, AR.
vii. LEVI AUGUSTUS "LEE" SANDERS, b. August 09, 1875; d. 1957.
viii. NAOMI E. SANDERS, b. September 07, 1877; d. 1979.
ix. NORA E. SANDERS, b. September 27, 1879; d. April 08, 1924.
x. ADA MAY SANDERS, b. September 21, 1881.
xi. JOHN ANDERSON SANDERS, b. September 05, 1883.
xii. MARK ELMOS SANDERS, b. December 02, 1885; d. May 1948.
xiii. ROGER DECATUR SANDERS, b. August 01, 1892; d. October 1946, Bluff Cemetery, Springdale, AR; m. IRMA PETROSS; b. 1892; d. 1942, Bluff Cemetery, Springdale, AR.
59. GEORGE W.5 VAUGHAN (ANDREW JACKSON4, SAMUEL P.3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born 1850. He married UNKNOWN.
Children of GEORGE VAUGHAN and UNKNOWN are:
i. A.J.6 VAUGHAN, b. 1877.
ii. STELA C. VAUGHAN, b. 1889.
60. EMILY5 VAUGHAN (ANDREW JACKSON4, SAMUEL P.3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born August 30, 1853 in Arkansas, and died March 10, 1874 in Vaughan, Cemetery, Hindsville, AR. She married JAMES ISAM SANDERS. He was born July 20, 1848 in Indiana, and died October 16, 1874 in Vaughan Cemetery, Hindsville, AR.
Children of EMILY VAUGHAN and JAMES SANDERS are:
i. GEORGE ALLEN6 SANDERS, b. October 05, 1871.
ii. WILLIAM F. SANDERS, b. December 1873.
61. NANCY N.5 VAUGHAN (ANDREW JACKSON4, SAMUEL P.3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born March 18, 1856 in Arkansas, and died January 08, 1913 in Vaughan, Cemetery, Hindsville, AR. She married (1) ? PARKER. She married (2) SAMUEL B. SANDERS May 1871 in Washington County, AR. He was born October 10, 1850 in Indiana, and died April 24, 1881 in Vaughan Cemetery, Hindsville, AR.
Children of NANCY VAUGHAN and SAMUEL SANDERS are:
i. ARKANSAS6 SANDERS, b. May 13, 1872, Spring Valley, AR; d. May 15, 1872, Vaughan, Cemetery, Hindsville, AR.
ii. ANDREW JACKSON SANDERS, b. 1875.
iii. SAMUEL SANDERS, b. Abt. 1880.
iv. DOOK SANDERS, b. 1880.
v. BEULAH SANDERS (PARKER?), b. Abt. 1885.
62. ADA L.5 VAUGHAN (ANDREW JACKSON4, SAMUEL P.3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born Abt. 1858. She married ? WEBB.
Children of ADA VAUGHAN and ? WEBB are:
i. GEORGE W.6 WEBB, b. Abt. 1880.
ii. CECIL C. WEBB, b. Abt. 1883.
iii. HELTIS A. WEBB, b. Abt. 1888.
iv. ELLA A. WEBB, b. Abt. 1890.
v. NAOMI C. WEBB, b. Abt. 1892.
vi. HARRIET WEBB, b. Abt. 1894.
63. MARY E.5 VAUGHAN (ANDREW JACKSON4, SAMUEL P.3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born Abt. 1869. She married ? EDDIS.
Children of MARY VAUGHAN and ? EDDIS are:
i. CORA MAUD6 EDDIS, b. Abt. 1887.
ii. EDWARD FOREST EDDIS, b. Abt. 1890.
64. CHARLES5 VAUGHAN (ANDREW JACKSON4, SAMUEL P.3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born Abt. 1872.
Child of CHARLES VAUGHAN is:
i. ETHEL6 VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1894.
Group Photo: Back row; Lum, Horace, Elmer, Arthur. Front; Bob, Ben, Allen, Margaret + Pleas Vaughan. If I don't make the photo "large" you then can click on it and it will get larger to copy. I have discovered that if you copy it to an "Adobe Reader program it's far more effective for details.


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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



Descendants Of William Patrick Vaughan pg4

21. i. JESSE 4 EVANS, b. Abt. 1803, Hawkins County, Tennessee.
5. DANIEL3 VAUGHAN (WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born 1787 in Virginia, and died 1864 in Madison County, Arkansas. He married MARGARET (PEGGY) HAMMONS Abt. 1810. She was born Abt. 1797 in Tennessee, and died Aft. 1868.
Notes for DANIEL VAUGHAN:
Representitive from Madison County, Arkansas from 1842-1844.
In Paririe township, Madison County, Arkansas in 1850 at household #90
Murdered by Bushwackers. Madison Co., Arkansas.
Children of DANIEL VAUGHAN and MARGARET HAMMONS are:
i. RHODA4 VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1812, Tenessee; m. DANIEL HENSON, Abt. 1830.
ii. ALETHA VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1814, Tenessee; m. MILES BEACH, Abt. 1835.
22. iii. ISAAC VAUGHAN, b. 1818, Missouri; d. 1897.
iv. ZIMRI VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1821, Missouri; m. MARY EMILY ???; b. Abt. 1824, Tennessee.
Notes for ZIMRI VAUGHAN:
Shown living next to his father, Daniel, in Paririe township, MadisonCounty, Arkansas in 1850 .
Zimri was a minister
v. CATHARINE VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1823.
23. vi. NANCY VAUGHAN, b. August 07, 1826, Arkansas; d. Aft. 1900.
24. vii. ANNA C. VAUGHAN, b. October 11, 1829, Arkansas; d. Aft. 1870, Whitener, Arkansas.
viii. CATHERINE VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1832, Arkansas; d. Abt. 1871, Madison Co., Arkansas; m. BARNETT BEACH, Abt. 1840.
25. ix. SUSAN VAUGHAN, b. November 1832; d. Abt. 1923.
6. MARTHA "PATTY"3 VAUGHAN (WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born January 19, 1787 in North Carolina. She married JAMES L. VAUGHAN, son of JOHN VAUGHAN and NANCY CALLICOTT. He was born October 15, 1795 in Halifax County, Virginia.
Notes for MARTHA "PATTY" VAUGHAN:
Living at Household # 839 in Huntsville, Madison County, Arkansas in1850, along with son Elij ah, age 18, however, her age is shown as "50"which was wrong, it should have been about 63.
Children of MARTHA VAUGHAN and JAMES VAUGHAN are:
i. DAVID4 VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1810.
26. ii. MALINDA VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1813, Tennessee; d. Abt. 1898, Arkansas.
27. iii. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN VAUGHAN, b. March 03, 1815, Tennessee; d. April 07, 1903, Clifty, Madison County, Arkansas.
28. iv. WILLIAM VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1817, Tennessee; d. December 15, 1861, New Madrid, Missouri.
29. v. MABORNE E. VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1817, Tennessee; d. Aft. 1858, Tennessee.
vi. JOHN VAUGHAN, b. 1828, Tennessee; m. CAROLINE ??.
Notes for JOHN VAUGHAN:
Living in Huntsville, household #796 and working as a Clerk in 1850Madison County, Arkansas c ensus.
vii. ELIJAH C. VAUGHAN, b. January 1832, Tennessee; m. MARY F. ??.
7. WILLIAM3 VAUGHAN (WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born Abt. 1789 in Cherokee Indian Nation, North Carolina. He married SARAH ?.
Children of WILLIAM VAUGHAN and SARAH ? are:
30. i. PATRICK4 VAUGHAN.
31. ii. SALATHIEL VAUGHAN.
iii.JOSHUA VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1826, Rockingham Co., Virginia; d. 1911, Henry Co., Virginia; m. CAROLINE MATILDA HOLLANDSWORTH, 1848, Patrick Co., Virginia.
iv.8. ELIZABETH3 VAUGHAN (WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born Abt. 1790 in Russell County, Virginia, and died Abt. 1855 in Wesley, Madison County, Arkansas. She married (1) GEORGE HOWERY. She married (2) JAMES Q. CALLICOTT Abt. 1803 in Hawkins County, Tennessee, son of BEVERLY CALLICOTT and PRISCILLA. He was born Abt. 1783 in Prince Edward County, Virginia, and died Bef. 1820 in Tennessee.
Notes for ELIZABETH VAUGHAN:
Lving at household #300, next to son John C. Calico in Richland Township,Madison County, Arka nsas in 1850 as a widow.
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Children of ELIZABETH VAUGHAN and JAMES CALLICOTT are:
i. PRISCILLA (PATRICIA?)4 CALICOTT, b. 1807, Tennessee; d. Aft. 1860.
ii. BEVERLY CALICOTT, b. Abt. 1809, Tennessee; d. Warren County, Tennessee.
32. iii. FERRIBY VIOLET LOUISA CALICOTT, b. Abt. 1811, Hawkins or Warren County, Tennessee; d. August 14, 1841, Madison County, Arkansas.
33. iv. JOHN C. CALICOTT, b. 1817, Tennessee.
9. LOUISE "LUCY"3 VAUGHAN (WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born Abt. 1795, and died Abt. 1861. She married JOHN HARP.
Children of LOUISE VAUGHAN and JOHN HARP are:
34. i. HARDY4 HARP, b. Abt. 1821, Tennessee; d. Bet. 1854 - 1860.
ii. ABSOLOM HARP, b. Abt. 1822, Tennessee; d. July 03, 1896, Skiatook, Oklahoma; m. NANCY JANE CLEMENS, July 25, 1841, Washington County, Virginia; b. May 17, 1826, Tennessee.
iii. TOLBERT HARP, b. Abt. 1825; d. October 12, 1894, Keels Creek, Carroll County, Arkansas; m. (1) MARTHA CLARK, Abt. 1843; b. Abt. 1827, Tennessee; d. March 18, 1893; m. (2) MARY E. STINE, February 16, 1894.
iv. LEWIS "TOM" HARP, b. December 28, 1826, Warren County, Tennessee; d. June 24, 1887, Carroll County, Arkansas; m. NANCY M. VAUGHAN, March 02, 1845; b. April 13, 1828, Union County, Tennessee; d. September 30, 1908, Carroll County, Arkansas.
v. JAMES HARP, b. April 28, 1828, Warren County, Tennessee; d. November 21, 1881, Washington County, Idaho; m. SARAH ELIZABETH CLARK; b. April 08, 1832, Warren County, Tennessee; d. March 14, 1915, Freewater, Oregon.
35. vi. SERENA HARP, b. Abt. 1829, Arkansas.
vii. WILLIAM HARP, b. April 13, 1830, Arkansas; d. August 15, 1862, Springfield, Greene County, Missouri; m. ELLEN BRUMLEY, February 15, 1852, Carroll County, Arkansas; b. Abt. 1838, Mississippi; d. St. Louis, Missouri.
Notes for ELLEN BRUMLEY:
Had 7 children, but after her death they were all given up for adoption.
viii. LURINA A. HARP, b. February 13, 1836, Arkansas; d. March 10, 1914; m. THOMAS CLARK; b. Abt. 1830, Warren County, Tennessee.
ix. LUCY ARENA HARP, b. Abt. 1840, Arkansas; m. JAMES HENDERSON; b. April 30, 1850.
Generation No. 3
10.JOHN4 VAUGHAN (THOMAS3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born October 1794 in Russell County, Virginia, and died October 31, 1843 in Platte County, Missouri. He married LYDIA CRABTREE October 02, 1812, daughter of THOMAS CRABTREE and POLLY PRIEST. She was born Abt. 1793 in Virginia, and died October 08,
................................................Notes for SUSANNAH WILSON:
Through her mother, Sarah (Mounts) Wilson, she was said to have beenrelated to Cherokees Joh n Mounts, Woodal and Raincrow.
Children of JAMES VAUGHAN and SUSANNAH WILSON are:
i. HUGH5 VAUGHAN.
ii. ANDREW J. VAUGHAN.
iii. GOODWIN VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1834.
iv. MARY JANE VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1836.
v. ALLEN T. VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1838; m. POLLY, October 12, 1858, Lawrence County, Kentucky.
vi. LUCINDA VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1840.
vii. REBECCA B. VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1843.
viii. CASSIA VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1846.
42. ix. ANOTHONY WAYNE VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1850.
x. MARY VAUGHAN, b. April 18, 1859, Kentucky.
15. THOMAS4 VAUGHAN (THOMAS3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born July 19, 1819 in Cabell County, Virginia, and died January 18, 1877 in Greenbrier Creek, Wayne County, West Virginia. He married MINERVA WALKER December 20, 1837 in Lawrence County, Ohio, daughter of CHARLES WALKER and SARAH KARNES. She was born June 04, 1819 in Kellogg, Cabel County, Virginia, and died February 15, 1882 in Wayne County, West Virginia.
Children of THOMAS VAUGHAN and MINERVA WALKER are:
43. i. NANCY5 VAUGHAN, b. March 13, 1839, Cabell County, Virginia; d. October 28, 1905.
44. ii. ABRAHAM GEORGE VAUGHAN, b. October 16, 1841, Platte County, Missouri; d. January 27, 1912, Lawrence County, Kentucky.
45. iii. LUCINDA VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1843, Missouri.
iv. VIRGINIA CAROLINE VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1844, Wayne County, West Virginia.
v. MARTHA VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1846, Cabell County, Virginia; m. WALTER T. OSBURN.
46. vi. JOHN LEWIS VAUGHAN, b. April 22, 1848, Cabell County, Virginia; d. February 29, 1940, Fallsburg, Lawrence County, Kentucky.
47. vii. LINDSEY THOMAS VAUGHAN, b. June 23, 1850, Cabell County, Virginia.
48. viii. WILLIAM DEAN VAUGHAN, b. May 27, 1853, Cabell County, Virginia; d. January 05, 1931.
49. ix. LEANDER VAUGHAN, b. February 24, 1855, Cabell County, Virginia; d. 1900.
x. LEAH M. "ELIZABETH" VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1857, Cabell County, Virginia; m. JOHNSON OSBURN.
16. ABRAHAM4 VAUGHAN (THOMAS3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born May 12, 1822 in Cabell County, Virginia, and died May 12, 1865 in Richardson, Nebraska. He married SARAH PRICHARD January 26, 1846 in Wayne County, West Virginia.
Children of ABRAHAM VAUGHAN and SARAH PRICHARD are:
i. TABITHA5 VAUGHAN.
50. ii. LEWIS P. VAUGHAN.
iii. CHRISTOPHER VAUGHAN.
iv. ANDREW J. VAUGHAN.
v. THOMAS J. VAUGHAN.
vi.SARAH ANN VAUGHAN.
vii.vii. ABRAHAM G. VAUGHAN.
viii. LAURA L. VAUGHAN.
17. THOMAS4 VAUGHAN (SAMUEL P.3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) He married MARGARET PECTOL in Washington County, Virginia.
Notes for THOMAS VAUGHAN:
IT IS UNKNOWN IF THOMAS VAUGHAN WAS INDEED THE SON OF SAMUEL VAUGHAN.THIS IS SPECULATION ONL Y AND IS NOT PROVEN FACT!!!!!!
Child of THOMAS VAUGHAN and MARGARET PECTOL is:
51. i. SAMUEL P.5 VAUGHAN, b. Washington Co., VA or Morgan County, Tennessee.
18. DEFSEY4 VAUGHAN (SAMUEL P.3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born Abt. 1809. She married STEVEN HOMESLEY.
Child of DEFSEY VAUGHAN and STEVEN HOMESLEY is:
52. i. MARY MARTHA5 HOMESLEY.
19. GEORGE WASHINGTON4 VAUGHAN (SAMUEL P.3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born February 27, 1813 in Tennessee, and died 1888 in Madison County, Arkansas. He married (1) JULIA ANN MASON. She was born December 19, 1822, and died January 05, 1846. He married (2) LOUTHANY YOUNGMAN. He married (3) ELIZABETH VAUGHAN. She was born February 02, 1822, and died Aft. 1871 in Madison County, Arkansas.
Notes for GEORGE WASHINGTON VAUGHAN:
In Paririe Township, Madison County, Arkansas in household #80 in 1850.
Notes for LOUTHANY YOUNGMAN:
She was not married to George W. but was his housekeeper. George W. Vaughan publicly acknowledged Mark to be his son.
Marriage Notes for GEORGE VAUGHAN and LOUTHANY YOUNGMAN:
Louthany was never married to George, but was his housekeeper and had achild by him, which Ge orge acknowledged as his son publicly.
Children of GEORGE VAUGHAN and JULIA MASON are:
i. ANDREW J.5 VAUGHAN, b. August 07, 1840.
53. ii. MARGARET LOUSIA VAUGHAN, b. December 18, 1838, Missouri; d. November 25, 1925, Arkansas.
iii. NANCY CATHERINE VAUGHAN, b. November 23, 1841; m. THOMAS HAYNES ARMSTRONG.
iv. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN VAUGHAN, b. December 07, 1843; d. Abt. 1861.
Notes for BENJAMIN FRANKLIN VAUGHAN:
Killed by Bushwhackers during the Civil War.
54. v. JULIA ANN VAUGHAN, b. December 19, 1845.
Child of GEORGE VAUGHAN and LOUTHANY YOUNGMAN is:
vi. MARK5 YOUNGMAN, b. November 24, 1858.
Children of GEORGE VAUGHAN and ELIZABETH VAUGHAN are:
55. vii. CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS5 VAUGHAN, b. December 11, 1847.
viii. MARY AGNES VAUGHAN, b. January 02, 1850.
56. ix. ADA ANN ISABELLA VAUGHAN, b. December 20, 1851; d. 1943.
57. x. ADDISON MILTON VAUGHAN, b. August 07, 1853.
20. ANDREW JACKSON4 VAUGHAN (SAMUEL P.3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born February 02, 1815, and died December 29, 1882 in Vaughn Cemetery, in Northwest AR. He married (1) MARY ROLLER. She was born December 14, 1825 in TN, and died March 18, 1863 in Vaughn Cemetery, in Northwest AR. He married (2) ELIZABETH H. FAISSE Abt. 1864. She was born Abt. 1838 in VA.
Notes for ANDREW JACKSON VAUGHAN:
1850 census shows A.J. was born in TN, records show they came fromRussell Co, VA, he was in h ousehold #76, next to his father Samuel, inParirie Township, Madison County, AR. He is liste d as a "B. Minister" onthe 1850 census.
Children of ANDREW VAUGHAN and MARY ROLLER are:
58. i. CATHERINE E.5 VAUGHAN, b. September 13, 1847, Madison Co. AR; d. April 15, 1938, Bluff Cemetery, Springdale, AR.
59. ii. GEORGE W. VAUGHAN, b. 1850.
60. iii. EMILY VAUGHAN, b. August 30, 1853, Arkansas; d. March 10, 1874, Vaughan, Cemetery, Hindsville, AR.
61. iv. NANCY N. VAUGHAN, b. March 18, 1856, Arkansas; d. January 08, 1913, Vaughan, Cemetery, Hindsville, AR.
62. v. ADA L. VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1858.
vi. SAMUEL P. VAUGHAN, b. August 15, 1862; d. February 27, 1863, Vaughan Cemetery, Hindsville, AR. 63.
vii. MARY E.5 VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1869.
64. viii. CHARLES VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1872.
21. JESSE 4 EVANS (MARY3 VAUGHAN, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born Abt. 1803 in Hawkins County, Tennessee. He married SUSAN NIPYEAR.
Children of JESSE EVANS and SUSAN NIPYEAR are:
i. ARCHIBALD5 EVANS.
ii. KATHERINE EVANS.
iii. ANN EVANS.
iv. MARTHA EVANS.
v. FERIBY EVANS.
vi. JOHN EVANS.
vii. JESSE EVANS.
viii. SUSAN EVANS.
ix. JAMES EVANS.
x. ANDERSON EVANS.
22. ISAAC4 VAUGHAN (DANIEL3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born 1818 in Missouri, and died 1897. He married VIRGINIA CLARK Abt. 1835. She was born 1819 in Tennessee, and died 1903 in Madison Co., Arkansas.
Notes for ISAAC VAUGHAN:
Living in Paririe township, #114, Madison County, Arkansas in 1850.
Children of ISAAC VAUGHAN and VIRGINIA CLARK are:
i. GILFORD5 VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1837, Arkansas; m. EMILINE, Abt. 1855.
ii. JAMES VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1839, Arkansas; m. FLORAH A., Abt. 1855.
iii. SCIOTHA VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1840, Arkansas; m. WILLIAM R. GIBBS, Abt. 1854.
65. iv. ZIMRI VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1844, Arkansas.
66. v. DANIEL VAUGHAN, b. April 18, 1846, Madison Co., Arkansas; d. February 03, 1905.
67. vi. SAMUEL HENDERSON VAUGHAN, b. March 31, 1848; d. September 14, 1909.
68. vii. THOMAS R. VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1854, Arkansas.
viii. LAVINA VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1854, Arkansas.
69. ix. ISSAC K. VAUGHAN, b. September 1862.
23. NANCY4 VAUGHAN (DANIEL3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born August 07, 1826 in Arkansas, and died Aft. 1900. She married SAMUEL LANE September 15, 1841.
Children of NANCY VAUGHAN and SAMUEL LANE are:
i. J.R.5 LANE.
70. ii. MARY LANE, d. Bef. July 1896.
iii. SUSAN LANE, m. EVANS.
71. iv. T.L. LANE.
72. v. THOMAS R. LANE, b. 1854.
73. vi. DANIEL LANE, b. 1856.
vii. EMILY LANE, b. 1861; m. ?? KENNAN.
74. viii. MARGARET E. LANE, b. 1862.
24. ANNA C.4 VAUGHAN (DANIEL3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born October 11, 1829 in Arkansas, and died Aft. 1870 in Whitener, Arkansas. She married ROBERT D. TROUTT July 27, 1843. He was born November 01, 1822 in Tennessee, and died Bef. 1870.
Children of ANNA VAUGHAN and ROBERT TROUTT are:
i. PARRILEE LEWISA5 TROUTT, b. August 19, 1844, Madison county, AR.
ii. TITTITHA TENNESSEE TROUTT, b. October 04, 1846, Madison county, AR; d. August 07, 1854.
iii. PHILEMON H. TROUTT, b. October 02, 1848, Madison county, AR; d. July 22, 1878; m. ELIZA JANE MORRIS, July 27, 1843.
75. iv. NANCY CAROLINE TROUTT, b. November 24, 1850, Oklahoma Indian Territory; d. September 23, 1917, Goshen, AR.
v. MARY MARGARET, b. March 10, 1855, Madison county, AR.
vi. ISAAC ROBERT TROUTT, b. April 1858, Madison county, AR.
vii. SUSAN CATHERINE TROUTT, b. October 15, 1862, Madison county, AR.
25. SUSAN4 VAUGHAN (DANIEL3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born November 1832, and died Abt. 1923. She married CALVIN EVANS Abt. 1850.
Children of SUSAN VAUGHAN and CALVIN EVANS are:
76. i. MARGARET E.5 EVANS.
ii. ZIMRI A. EVANS, b. 1857.
26. MALINDA4 VAUGHAN (MARTHA "PATTY"3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born Abt. 1813 in Tennessee, and died Abt. 1898 in Arkansas. She married (2) SOLOMON STONE.
Child of MALINDA VAUGHAN is:
i. NANCY M.5 VAUGHAN, b. April 13, 1828, Union County, Tennessee; d. September 30, 1908, Carroll County, Arkansas; m. LEWIS "TOM" HARP, March 02, 1845; b. December 28, 1826, Warren County, Tennessee; d. June 24, 1887, Carroll County, Arkansas.
Child of MALINDA VAUGHAN and SOLOMON STONE is:
ii. LITTLE BERRY5 STONE, b. Abt. 1839.
27. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN4 VAUGHAN (MARTHA "PATTY"3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born March 03, 1815 in Tennessee, and died April 07, 1903 in Clifty, Madison County, Arkansas. He married CHERUBIA HARP Abt. 1835 in Arkansas, daughter of BEVERLY HARP and SARAH DICKINSON. She was born September 07, 1817 in Tennessee, and died November 30, 1892 in Clifty, Madison County, Arkansas.
Notes for BENJAMIN FRANKLIN VAUGHAN:
Ben apparently lived with his grandparents, William and Fereby as a boy.On the 1829 Sheriff' s Census for Washington County, Arkansas, a boy inBenjamin's age bracket (about 14 or 15) app ears in William Vaughan'shousehold. (This data from The Arkansas Family Historian, Volume 14 ,1976, page 170).
Ben was the last head of household appearing on the 1850 Madison CountyCensus. He is liste d at household #843, in the town of Huntsville, andlisted as Sheriff.
Ben Vaughan, age 88 years, died at his home near Clifty Tuesdaymorning. Mr. Vaughan ha d been a citizen Madison County many years and wasfor several years sheriff of the county. H e had also held the offices ofrepresentative and assessor. He was a highly respected citize n and hismany friends will be sorry to hear of his death. Springdale News(Arkansas) A pril 17, 1903
Ben was Sheriff from 1848-1858, 1867-68 and 1876-78
Ben was Assessor from 1867-68 and 1872-1876
Ben was Representative from 1858-1860 and 1868-1870
1860 Census of Madison County, Arkansas
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Children of WILLIAM VAUGHAN and FEREBY BENTON are:
2. i. THOMAS3 VAUGHAN, b. 1773, Indian Nation, Swain, North Carolina; d. 1846, Wayne County, Virginia.
ii. JOHN VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1775, North Carolina or Russell County, Virginia; d. Abt. 1840, Crawford County, Arkansas.
3. iii. SAMUEL P. VAUGHAN, b. September 01, 1776, North Carolina or Russell County, Virginia; d. April 29, 1852, Madison County, Arkansas.
4. iv. MARY VAUGHAN, b. 1779, Virginia; d. August 1873, Pall Mall, Fentress County, Tennessee.
v. DAVID VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1785, Russell Co, VA.
5. vi. DANIEL VAUGHAN, b. 1787, Virginia; d. 1864, Madison County, Arkansas.
6. vii. MARTHA "PATTY" VAUGHAN, b. January 19, 1787, North Carolina.
7. viii. WILLIAM VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1789, Cherokee Indian Nation, North Carolina.
8. ix. ELIZABETH VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1790, Russell County, Virginia; d. Abt. 1855, Wesley, Madison County, Arkansas.
9. x. LOUISE "LUCY" VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1795; d. Abt. 1861.
Generation No. 2
2. THOMAS3 VAUGHAN (WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born 1773 in Indian Nation, Swain, North Carolina, and died 1846 in Wayne County, Virginia. He married NANCY FORD 1793 in Russell County, Virginia, daughter of JOHN FORD and BETSY HILL. She was born 1776 in Virginia, and died Aft. 1850 in Prob. In Wayne, VA.
Children of THOMAS VAUGHAN and NANCY FORD are:
10. i. JOHN4 VAUGHAN, b. October 1794, Russell County, Virginia; d. October 31, 1843, Platte County, Missouri.
ii. ELIZABETH VAUGHAN, b. November 15, 1796, Russell County, Virginia; d. 1885, Wayne, West Virginia; m. JOHN SMITH, April 15, 1813; b. November 14, 1792, Rockingham County, North Carolina; d. January 01, 1858, Wayne County, Virginia.
11. iii. JANE JENNY VAUGHAN, b. 1800, Cabell County, Virginia; d. Aft. 1870.
iv. MARTHA VAUGHAN, b. July 19, 1802, Kanawha County, Virginia; d. 1906, Virginia; m. (1) OTHER HUSBAND OF MARTHA VAUGHN; m. (2) GOODWIN LYCAN, February 05, 1817.
v. NANCY VAUGHAN, b. 1804, Cabell, Virginia; d. December 05, 1873, Guerneville, Sonoma, California; m. (1) UNKNOWN; m. (2) ABRAHAM FERGUSON, November 21, 1827, Cabell County, Virginia.
12. vi. PHOEBE VAUGHAN, b. May 08, 1806, Kanawha County, Virginia; d. December 16, 1868, Wayne County, West Virginia.
13. vii. WILLIAM TYLER VAUGHAN, b. October 22, 1808, Cabell County, Virginia; d. November 18, 1888, Coburg, Lane County, Oregon.
viii. LUCINDA VAUGHAN, b. July 22, 1813, Cabell County, Virginia; d. October 29, 1902, Ceredo, Wayne County, West Virginia; m. (1) WILLIAM FERGUSON, November 21, 1827, Wayne County, West Virginia; m. (2) WASHINGTON ADKINS, April 12, 1851, Cabell County, Virginia.
14. ix. JAMES E. VAUGHAN, b. 1814, Cabell County, Virginia; d. 1874, Rush, Carter County, Kentucky.
x. CHRISTIANA VAUGHAN, b. 1816, Cabell County, Virginia; m. (1) FERGUSON, 1835; m. (2) LEE COMWELL, Abt. 1845, Platte County, Missouri.
15. xi. THOMAS VAUGHAN, b. July 19, 1819, Cabell County, Virginia; d. January 18, 1877, Greenbrier Creek, Wayne County, West Virginia.
16. xii. ABRAHAM VAUGHAN, b. May 12, 1822, Cabell County, Virginia; d. May 12, 1865, Richardson, Nebraska.
3. SAMUEL P.3 VAUGHAN (WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born September 01, 1776 in North Carolina or Russell County, Virginia, and died April 29, 1852 in Madison County, Arkansas. He married MARTHA CATHARINE (HANDS)HAMMONS. She was born Abt. 1786 in Virginia, and died in Madison County, Arkansas.
Notes for SAMUEL P. VAUGHAN:
Samuel is on the 1850 Madison County, Arkansas census in Paririe Township, #75
The Vaughn's except Catherine Vaughn Sanders are burried in Vaughn Cemetary, Northwest Arkansas
Children of SAMUEL VAUGHAN and MARTHA (HANDS)HAMMONS are:
17. i. THOMAS4 VAUGHAN.
18. ii. DEFSEY VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1809.
iii. SUSANNAH VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1811; m. JOSEPH S. EDWARDS, Abt. 1826.
19. iv. GEORGE WASHINGTON VAUGHAN, b. February 27, 1813, Tennessee; d. 1888, Madison County, Arkansas.
20. v. ANDREW JACKSON VAUGHAN, b. February 02, 1815; d. December 29, 1882, Vaughn Cemetery, in Northwest AR.
vi. MARGARET VAUGHAN, b. Abt. 1832; d. 1845, Madison County, Arkansas.
4. MARY3 VAUGHAN (WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born 1779 in Virginia, and died August 1873 in Pall Mall, Fentress County, Tennessee. She married JAMES EVANS September 14, 1802 in Hawkins County, Tennessee. He was born Abt. 1778 in Burkes or Wilkes County, North Carolina, and died July 28, 1820 in Pall Mall, Fentress County, Tennessee.
Notes for MARY VAUGHAN:
RECORDS ON VAUGHAN CONNECTION:
It seems there was an Evans family reunion a few years back, and someone
who attended gave Jim Gates a copy of the records that were circulated
that day. Jim sent it to me, and it shows the following data:
MARY VAUGHAN, daughter of WILLIAM VAUGHAN, born 1779, Virginia.
MARY VAUGHAN married JAMES EVANS - September 14, 1802, Hawkins County,
Tennessee
(Mary stated she was married in the home of her father, WILLIAM
VAUGHAN)
Their first son, JESSE EVANS, was born in 1803, Hawkins County,
Tennessee, and Jesse's fifth child FERIBY EVANS was born in 1840.
James Evans was listed near William Vaughan, Sr., John Vaughan, and
William Vaughan, Jr. on the 1812 Tax Lists of Hawkins County,
Tennessee. All appeared on the list taken by Wm. Nichols.
After his discharge from the War of 1812, James and Mary (Vaughan) Evans
moved to White County, Tennessee, with her parents, where in 1816, James
Evans witnessed an Indenture for WILLIAM VAUGHAN.
James Evans died on 28 July 1820, in Fentress County, Tennessee, and his
widow MARY EVANS continued on the Census of White and Van Buren
counties, Tennessee. The Evans' were back and forth between what are
now Van Buren (formerly White) and Fentress counties, TN. Mary died in
August of 1873, Fentress County, Tennessee.
The piece of paper (circulated at the Evans Reunion) says Mary's
brother, WILLIAM VAUGHAN, JR., age 40-50, was on the 1830 Census of what
is now Fentress County, Tennessee, but I haven't looked into this.
Attached to this piece of paper (at the Evans Reunion) was Lewis E.
Vaughan's history of WILLIAM AND FEREBY VAUGHAN.
Beverly Neises
Child of MARY VAUGHAN and JAMES EVANS is:
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10.1877 in Jefferson, Lane County, Oregon.
11.Notes for LYDIA CRABTREE:
Lydia, when a widow of almost 60 years of age, traveled the arduous Oregon Trail from Missouri to Lane County, Oregon, where she was apioneer settler.
Children of JOHN VAUGHAN and LYDIA CRABTREE are:
36. i. THOMAS5 VAUGHAN, b. October 19, 1813, Cabell County, Virginia.
37. ii. BENJAMIN VAUGHAN, b. December 17, 1815.
38. iii. MATILDA VAUGHAN, b. October 20, 1817, Cabell County, Virginia; d. April 11, 1902, Wayne County, West Virginia.
iv. DANIEL VAUGHAN, b. June 30, 1819.
v. RICHARD VAUGHAN, b. November 30, 1821, Cabell County, Virginia.
vi. ELIZABETH VAUGHAN, b. February 22, 1823.
vii. JOSHUA VAUGHAN, b. August 27, 1823, Cabell County, Virginia.
viii. JOHN VAUGHAN, b. December 14, 1826, Cabell County, Virginia; m. MARY ELIZABETH SMITH, Aumsville, Oregon.
ix. SARAH VAUGHAN, b. November 11, 1828.
x. MARY VAUGHAN, b. September 18, 1830.
xi. WILLIAM VAUGHAN, b. October 10, 1834.
xii. LYDIA VAUGHAN, b. September 16, 1836, Cabell County, Virginia; d. May 12, 1843, Platte County, Missouri.
xiii. JAMES VAUGHAN, b. August 28, 1838, Cabell County, Virginia.
xiv. ABRAHAM VAUGHAN, b. December 17, 1840.
11. JANE JENNY4 VAUGHAN (THOMAS3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born 1800 in Cabell County, Virginia, and died Aft. 1870. She married JOHN FERGUSON JR. 1815 in Cabell County, Virginia. He was born Abt. 1792, and died December 25, 1864.
Child of JANE VAUGHAN and JOHN JR. is:
i. THOMAS5 FERGUSON, b. Abt. 1828; d. 1906; m. (1) SARAH PLYMATE; m. (2) JOSEPHINE BOOTH.
12. PHOEBE4 VAUGHAN (THOMAS3, WILLIAM PATRICK2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born May 08, 1806 in Kanawha County, Virginia, and died December 16, 1868 in Wayne County, West Virginia. She married WILLIAM WORKMAN November 06, 1834 in Cabell County, Virginia. He was born Abt. 1816 in Cabell, VA, and died Abt. 1849 in Cabell, VA.
Children of PHOEBE VAUGHAN and WILLIAM WORKMAN are:
39. i. EPHRAIM VAUGHAN5 (WORKMAN), b. 1829, Cabell County, Virginia; d. Bef. 1880, Richardson, Nebraska.
ii. SPENCER WORKMAN, b. 1836, Cabell County, Virginia; m. SARAH I. WEBB, August 19, 1858, Lawrence County, Kentucky.
13. WILLIAM TYLER4 VAUGHAN (THOMAS 3, WILLIAM PATRICK 2, PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born October 22, 1808 in Cabell County, Virginia, and died November 18, 1888 in Coburg, Lane County, Oregon. He married (1) PHEBE HAYES. He married (2) PHOEBE HAZLETT December 06, 1827 in Cabell, West Virginia, daughter of ALEXANDER HAZLETT and PHOEBE CYRUS.
Children of WILLIAM VAUGHAN and PHOEBE HAZLETT are:
40. i. THOMAS JEFFERSON5 VAUGHAN, b. August 13, 1831.
41. ii. JOHN QUINCY VAUGHAN, b. January 30, 1839, Platte County, Missouri; d. 1935, Riderwood, Washington.
14. JAMES E. 4 VAUGHAN (THOMAS 3, WILLIAM PATRICK 2, PAT. UNKNOWN 1) was born 1814 in Cabell County, Virginia, and died 1874 in Rush, Carter County, Kentucky. He married SUSANNAH WILSON 1834 in Cabell County, Virginia (now Wayne Co. WV), daughter of JAMES WILSON and SARAH MOUNTS. She was born May 04, 1812 in Cabell County, Virginia, and died Bef. 1907.
Photo Molly Glady Branham 1902

NOTICE; (These pages on the Vaughan's will be my last pages on this family. The reason is Google's program HERE only shows 300 posts and I'm way over that. So, I will be opening another blog (and I don't know the name yet and transfer about 35 pages tfrom this blog to that specific blog, so the will all show up on the main page.

Our list on the side is way to long. Sorry you'll have to put up with the long stroll, but this transfer will be mostly the Vaughan's that are not my "direct" line. Then the others will be the one's I'll choose to delete and transfer. William Patrick is my direct line and his posts and children will not be deleted on Genealogy Connections. Thanks.



Descendants of William Patrick Vaughan 1750 pg1

Descendants of William Patrick Vaughan , revision, Saturday 2-23-2002 (Quoted all parts)
Generation No. 1
1. WILLIAM PATRICK2 VAUGHAN (PAT. UNKNOWN1) was born Abt. 1750 in Tretower, Wales, and died Abt. 1838 in Madison County, Arkansas. He married FEREBY LOU BENTON Abt. 1772 in Sweetens Cove, Marion County, Tennessee, daughter of TITUS BENTON and FEREBY LOONEY. She was born Abt. 1752 in Cherokee Indian Nation, North Carolina, and died May 1850 in Prairie Township, Madison County, Arkansas.
Notes for WILLIAM PATRICK VAUGHAN:
Data on the formation of Virginia Counties relating to William Vaughan:
The southwest part of Virginia was part of Augusta County, formed in 1745. Where William lived was part of Botetourt County, which was formed from Augusta in 1770. Between 1772-1777 the county of Fincastle existed, and this was where William lived. In 1777, the part where William lived became part of Montgomery County, Virginia. Elk Creek was where William lived, and this area was later part of Wythe County, which was formed from Montgomery, then finally it became part of Grayson County, formed from Wythe, which is what it remains today. William had moved from the Elk Creek area when the land was still part of Montgomery County, around 1783.
Russell County, Virginia was part of Washington County, Virginia, when William first moved there, and his name appears on a Petition to form Russell County in December of 1785. Russell County, when formed, included what is today Scott County, and though William never lived in the area that is now Scott County, it is in this area that Rye Cove and Benton's Spring is found and where John and Titus Benton were killed. They were probably relatives of Fereby, who was William's wife.
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William was listed as "Not found" on tax lists of Fincastle County,Virginia in 1772. Fincastle county then encompassed everything south of Botetourt County, Virginia and west of the Blue Ridge Mountains (including what is now the state of West Virginia). The eastern boundary of Fincastle County was the present counties of Carroll, Floyd,Montgomery and Roanoke, VA. The southern boundary was the present VA/NC line. Everything south of Carroll, Grayson, Washington, Scott and Lee Counties, VA technically belonged to North Carolina.
William Vaughan was on the list of tithables for the New River area of Fincastle County, Virginia in 1773. He was listed in Captain Herbert's company.
Lving on the Holston River in 1774 in what is now Washington County,Virginia, but was then Fincastle County, Virginia. Shown on Militia of Elk Creek District, Montgomery County, VA in 1782
In 1774 he was in Captain David Looney's company of the Fincastle County,Virginia militia during Lord Dunmore's War. David Looney lived in what is now Sullivan County, Tennessee, south of the present Virginia/Tennessee line. Men from both northeastern Tennessee and southwest Virginia were in this militia.
William Vaugahn witnessed Michael Cousel's assignment of land to WilliamKennedy in 1774 or after, in Fincastle County, (now Montgomery) Virginia,which includes the current county of Sullivan County, Tennessee.
William Vaughan was in the Elf Creek District of Montgomery County,Virginia in 1782 (later Grayson County, Virginia).
A listing of the militia from Montgomery County, Virginia from September 6, 1782, Elk Creek District reveals some familiar names:
William Walling, Lieutenant.
John Walling (2 men with this name)
James Roberts
John Roberts
Cornelius Roberts (who had a wife named Mary Benton, possibly Fereby's ki
WILLIAM VAUN (VAUGHAN)
From 1783-1797 William was living in Russell County, Virginia. He received a tract of land #1 6637 on May 29, 1783, which was for 400 acres. A second grant was received on August 13, 1794 .
On October 24, 1797, the land in Russell County was sold, but apparently William used an agent to sell it, as he was no longer living there.
Was in Russell County, Virginia by 1790. settled on south side of Clinch River on Little Cedar Creek.
Deeds (from "Russell County, Virginia, Deed Book 2 1795-1798:):
VAUGHN DEED TO WATTS, p. 44
22 Feb 1797: Indenture between William Vaughn & Fereby, his wife andJohn Watts (all of Russell County...50 pounds...70 acres...granted to said William Vaughn...patent bearing date 20 Jun 1790...in Russell County on Little Cedar Creek a branch of Clinch River and Bounded:...bank of said creek...
Sig: William (his X mark) Vaughn, Fereby (her X mark) Vaughn
Wit: (None)
Acknowledged/Recorded: January Count, 1797
... Fereby, his wife being privily examined...
VAUGHAN DEED TO WALLIS, p. 45
22 Feb 1797: Indenture between William Vaughn and Fereby, his wife and Benjamin Wallis (all of Russell County)...65 Pounds...70 acres...granted to the said William Vaughn...in Russell County on Little Cedar Creek the the (sic) waters of Clinch River it being part of a tract of land granted to the said William Vaughn...patent bearing date 16 May 1793 & Bounded:...bank of Little Cedar Creek...up the creek...Conditional line made and agreed Upon Between said William Vaughan & Robert Rutherford
Sig: William (his X mark) Vaughan, Fereby (her X mark) Vaughan
Wit: (None)
Acknowledged/Recorded: January Court 1797
...Fereby, his wife being privily examined...
From 1791-1814 William was living in Hawkins County, Tennessee. On August 15, 1797 he bought land from William McClean (250 acres) on theNorth side of Clinch Mountain on Little War Creek in Hawkins County.
On April 15, 1800, William sold 100 acres to John Helton. Helton resold the land to John and Nancy (Callicott) Vaughan, who's son James married Martha Vaughan, William's daughter.
On March 1st, 1801 in Hawkins County, Tennessee, William Vaughan sold land to John Helton on the north side of Clinch Mountain on a branch of the Little War Creek beginning at the mouth of Buck spring. Witnesses were Absalom Looney (son of Robert Looney??) and James Cope. The land was on the Hawkins and Hancock Counties line.
Between the Hawkins County, Tennessee and Crawford County, Arkansas period, he lived in middle Tennessee, possibly (what is now) Marion County, then apparently for a brief time in Southeast Missouri, before moving on to Arkansas.
Came to Crawford County, Arkansas in 1821 in Northwest AR near Short Mountain Creek across from a large Cherokee village until 1826, then west of Cane Hill until 1828 Lovely county.
In 1830 William Vaguahn was in the 70-80 year range on the census and was living in Washington County, Arkansas.
The following is a letter written to Ada Reeder Vaughan in 1966 from Ruby Holt Vaughan.
William and Fereby Benton Vaughan had 8 children. Samuel Vaughan born about 1776 and was the third child. Fourth child was Daniel Vaughan born about 1787 which is our side of the Vaughan history that comes from Daniel. Samuel was Daniel's older brother.
FAMILY STORIES AND LEGENDS ABOUT WILLIAM VAUGHAN
Quoted from Saundra Sudduth Brackett, (tbrackett1@mmcable.com) August 8, 2001
"I was told by my 80 yr old Aunt this story which she heard from her Mom and Grandmtoher. Fairaluna or Fairbologna (which I now believe to be Fareby) lived in an Indian Village and she fell in love with a Welsh furtrapper that lived around there or frequented the village. The chiefs would not grant their marriage and in fact were mad at the fur trapper for the amount of pelts he had and wanted to kill him. Fareby found out about them wanting him dead and warned him. They then ran off together, hiding by night and traveling by day. They finally settled somewhere and had a family.
Now they always said that she was Princess but also mentioned a Chief Bushy Head."
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This information was quotef to Ada Reeder Vaughan by Ruby Holt Vaughan.
Hindsville, Arkansas
July 20 1966
"Dear Cousin Ada,
I am ashamed that I have put off answering your letter so long. Ihave been busy and it has been very hot and dry here. Several days last week went to over 100 degrees and that is unusual here. However, we had over two inches of rain last Friday evening and night, then 1 / 2 inchlast night and it is sprinkling here some today. Actually, I am of very little help to you on the Vaughan history. You read a lot, hear a lot more about the Vaughans but when you try to track it down on paper it is very difficult.
William Patrick Vaughan was the beginning of the Vaughans in America. Hecame to Virginia from Wales and was a trader and adventurer. He married a full-blooded Cherokee girl and stayed with her, and
it was around her father's tribal fires that he heard of this country .Hecame to this country with his sons and son-in-laws before there were roads. He liked the looks of it here and returned to Tennessee to ge tall the family and return to live here. However both he and his wife died before they could do this.
They are buried in east Tennessee. About 1826 two of his sons, Daniel and Samuel, their families and two of their sisters came to this country by way of Fort Smith. They blazed the wagon trail to Cane Hill and settled there. It was Missouri territory and the soldiers forced them to leave and they came to what we call Vaughan Valley . The sisters went onto King's River in what is now Carroll County. A descendant of the sisters named Cora Pinkley Call passed away at Eureka Springs just this summer.
Daniel Vaughan, the brother our history comes down from was killed by bushwhackers during the Civil War in a field near where Otis and Elsie live now. His grave is lost. There are a few Vaughan graves back of Otis' barn. Then there are some more Vaughan graves in what we call our Vaughan Cemetery. I think you call it the old George Vaughan place. Samuel Vaughan, son of William and Ferby is buried in our cemetery. Sois Buck's father and grandfather. We keep it mowed the best we can. It looks nice. The story goes that old Samuel Vaughan wanted to be buried where he shot his last buck. Anyway, his grave is one of the oldest in our cemetey. Also, over in Henry Mayfield's pasture there are some graves. One of these is the grave of the wife of George Washington Vaughan. G. W. was the son of Samuel. No one knows why they moved the graveyard to where it is now.
My husband, Curtis, died just suddenly with a heart attack in February last year, then I lo t my mother in December, also, last year. It leaves me rather disturbed and unhappy, but I don't know of anything to do only just go ahead. I have a twenty-four year old son who is going ahead the best he knows how. We will make it some way."
"I am working on the Vaughan history. I have run on many family histories but no one has written about the Vaughans. I hope you can get material on them. Some time when I have mine in a shape that I can tell heads and tails I will try to help you. Curtis' mother was granddaughter of William J. Whitener. Her mother's name was Julia and she married the first time Gordon Evans, a brother to Julia's father, Isaac. Gordon wasthe one killed by the Negroes when the whites run them from Vaughan Valley. He is buried in the Evans Cemetery about two miles west of Hindsville.
I would like very much to come to your family reunion in August. I can't but I need some material about aunt Dovie's family. Maybe I'll get to it some time.
Julia is fine. She will be 82 her birthday and she trots about Hindsville like a sixteen year old. She is my near neighbor and I dearly love her."
"I remember Polly well. In fact, I kept her a few times for aunt Jane when she would be going somewhere. I have some glasses I bought from aunt Jane and a little dresser also.
I have been in Clovis. To me that is a beautiful country. It is very different to ours here.
Please don't forget me when you are working on family history. It is the most fun of anything . Maybe between us we can get it straight .There is no family Bible I can locate or any definite history of any sort. Henderson Vaughan, father of Isaac T. and grandfather of my Curtis was on the southern side during the Civil War but I have found that not all of the Civil War records on the southern side were kept. I have not written about his. Part of the Texas folk have been to see us. Maybe you can come some time."
Write me
Ruby Holt Vaughan
signed Mrs. Curtis Vaughan
Notes for FEREBY LOU BENTON:
Fereby Benton Vaughan was said to have been a daughter of granddaughter of either a Choctaw or (more likely) a Cherokee named "Rain Crow"
If she was Cherokee, she probably came from the Upper Cherokee settlements, as theat is where the Bentons that we suspect Fereby belonged to, lived. This would have been the Overhills Cherokee towns.
Theories about Fereby (Benton) Vaughan, wife of William Vaughan
For over a hundred years, many descendants of Fereby Vaughan have wondered about her ancestry . Born in 1745 in North Carolina, she was said to have been a "Cherokee Indian Princess", a term that is ridiculous and somewhat insulting to anyone of the Cherokee tribe. The following information is JUST THEORY, and comes from numerous sources, such as Vaughan books, discussion groups and letters from researchers. I don't claim that any of it is "The Gospel Truth".
Fereby lived to be a very old lady, she died in May of 1850 in Madison County, Arkansas, where she lived with her many descendants. My Great x 3Grandfather, Benjamin Franklin Vaughan lived with William and Fereby -his grandparents- for some years, and on October 27th, 1892 made a sworn deposition in a case that a relative had brought before the Cherokee Nation in OK. In this deposition, Ben, a former State Representative and3 time Sheriff of Madison County, states that he knew that his Grandmother Fereby was commonly thought of as a Cherokee Indian by Blood. He wrote, " I also became acquainted with a Cherokee Indian in my boyhood who was in the habit of visiting my Grandparents and who claimed to be a cousin of my Grandmother. The Indian's name-Looney Tol-lem-Tees-Key, and was a citizen of the Cherokee Nation. (And further) That I was a grown up man at the time I knew him. That I have often heard the Roggers (sic)(John and James) say that the Vaughans should have a right in the Cherokee Nation and old Capt. John Roggers wanted the deponent to remain in the Cherokee Nation while the deponent was there, for the reason that the Vaughans were descendants of the Cherokee Indians by blood."
This statement, taken by itself, means very little, as numerous whites tried to gain membership in the Cherokee Nation in the same way, and like Ben's relative, George W. Vaughan, were denied, due to lack of evidence.
However, the Fereby the Cherokee story has much more to it then this. In Wayne County, West Virginia, I am told that another descendant made similar claims, and this was without contact with the Arkansas Vaughans. The oldest stories on Fereby say that she married Welsh trader WilliamVaughan in the old Eastern Cherokee Nation. The LDS Church's genealogy library found evidence that William and Fereby's son Thomas was born in the town of Cherokee, in modern day Swain County, NC. Cherokee (obvious from it's name) was one of the towns in Cherokee territory, however, I have found no evidence it was in existance at the time of Thomas' birth.
Ben Vaughan, in his deposition mentions that Fereby's mother's maiden name was Looney, and Fereby was a Benton. Some have said that Fereby's maiden name was Looney, but this is doubtful. Even her first name has been debated. Some claim her name was Fair-a-bee, meaning (wrongly, I might add) in Cherokee, Fair as a bee. Some spell it Fariby, Feriby,Fairaby and so on.
Some of the rumors and stories of Fereby that have not been proven are:
1.She was the daughter of a Cherokee Chief, either minor or semi-important.
2.She was a cousin or neice to Chief Doublehead and also to Chief Tahlonteeskee. There is said to have been a court case in Madison and Washington Counties, AR., that mention this. Tahlonteeskee was chief in1818 and married Jennie Lowry. He was the son of Robert Due, and Robert Due, by another wife, had a daughter, Jennie Due, who was mother of Chief John Rogers Jr., probably the one mentioned in Ben Vaughan's deposition. Tahlonteeskee and Tol-Lem-Tees-key are similar phonically, but Ben gave the name Looney Tol-Lem-Tees-Key, which leads me to believe that this is not the same as Tahlonteeskee (which means "Woodchuck Catcher"). A descendant of Chief Doublehead, who is also a respected Cherokee researcher rebuffed the theory that Fereby was Doublehead's cousin.
3. A family story is that Fereby was either a daughter of a Cherokee named Blackfox, who married Ollie, a daughter of Chief Attakullakulla or was the daughter of one of Blackfox's sisters . The time frame would work out, as Blackfox would have been the right age to have been Fereby's father. This theory is still being looked into, but it would require that Ollie's mother or grandmother on her Mom's side to have been part white, as Fereby's MtDNA shows white ancestry.
Some of the rumors that might have something to them are as follows:
1.Fereby was the daughter of a James or Jesse Benton (born 1724 in North Carolina) and a Malinda or Martha Looney (born about 1728 in theCherokee Nation in Tennessee) . Some say that Malinda was the daughter of John Looney, a 3/4ths Cherokee who was the nephew of Black Fox (Enole) and was Principle Chief of the Old Settlers (the first batch of Cherokee that came to AR before the Trail of Tears) and Acting Chief of the Western Cherokees until Ross became Principal Chief. This Looney went to Washington DC as part of the Ross Delegation and passed away while there and is buried in the old congressional cemetery. His roll number is 2003. (This information from Pat Campbell). This John was said to have lived in Bradley County, TN. I was told that Jesse Benton, along with the Looneys and Vaughans were to be found in the area known as Southside Virginia and in the records of Sullivan Co., TN. James or Jesse may have been descendant s of Robert Looney and Elizabeth Llewellyn, and research continues on this theory.
2.It has also been suggested that Fereby was indeed the daughter of Jesse Benton of VA and Sullivan Co., TN, but was not Cherokee or even Indian, at all. This came from the same Cherokee researcher who was the descendant of Doublehead. This theory remains doubtful to me.
Her Best Theory on the ancestry of Fereby Benton:
"I suspect that Fereby was part Cherokee, probably half or less, but living with the tribe until her marriage. It is known that William andFereby moved in 1821 to Crawford County, AR, which is in Northwestern Arkansas near Short Mountain Creek, across from a large Cherokee village, until 1826 when they moved west of Cane Hill. Fereby, I believe, is not on any rolls, simply because she was not living as a Cherokee, but with her white husband. A Looney Tuskee appeared on the 1817 Emigration Roll, and this may be, in spite of the name difference, the same man as the Looney Tol-Lem-Tees-Key in Ben Vaughan's deposition."
One interesting fact from "South Carolina Indians, Indian Traders, and Other Ethnic Connections Beginning in 1670" From the Papers of Theresa M. Hicks and Wes Taukchiray, page 74:
"...it was a common practice for a widower to take an American Indian wife. This Indian wife would then be christened with the name of the husband's first wife, the date of death of the first wife would be obliterated from the records, and thus the Indian blood in the family would be covered up."
This could mean that Fereby Benton (or even her mother's name) was not her name but the name of William Vaughan's (or Fereby's Benton father's) first wife, who died, and Fereby (or her mother) took this woman's name and identity. There is, however, NO EVIDENCE to indicate that William was married prior to Fereby.
Research in the summer of 2000 conducted by the Vaughan Pioneer group has pointed to a Titus Benton being Fereby's father, with her mother being a Fereby Looney, who died in childbirth. The Vaughan Pioneer group is certain that Fereby's Benton family comes from one of the descendants of Epaphroditus Benton, who had many descendants. Epaphroditus and his descendants lived close to the Vaughans.
Mitrochondrial DNA research on Kim Gabbard in 2001, who descends from Fereby by a direct line of women shows that Fereby's MtDNA was not Indian but the most common type of European MtDNA , Haplogroup "H". This proves that Fereby was not 100% Cherokee, but little else.
The following is part of a letter written by Josiah Tucker, great x 3 grandson of Fereby, to his Neice, on October 13, 1952.
"Well I haven't forgotten the request little old sweet Betsy made, so here goes to tell her all I know. It isn't much. I failed to get the record from Pap (Washington Tucker) as I should have done. My father (Washington Tucker) was a quarter blood, so you can figure out what that would make us. His great great grandmother was a Cherokee Princess. The daughter of the man who was Chief of the five civilized tribes, as they were called, when the Indians were moved to Oklahoma Territory. There was very lovely romance connected with their moving. A young army officer by the name of Vaughan was appointed to attend to all the finacial arrangements connected with their moving. It seems that land sharks butted in to try to clean up on the land deals involved in the movement, which of course were vast at that time. And involved lots of money. They were trying to prevail upon the old chief to sign away the rights of the tribes to certain lands which would have resulted in a great loss to the Indians.
"The old Chief refused to sign, so the land sharks plotted with a younger Chief, whom they made believe they could make the head chief in the old man's place and with him they plotted to kill the old Chief. Vaughan found it out and it ended up in one of the old fashioned gun battles in which Vaughan and some of his men killed the men who plotted the old Chief's murder. And although it was thing almost unheard of for the blue-blooded, haughty head chief of pure Cherokee Indian blood and breeding to evenlet a common man, and especially a white man, to look at his beautiful daughter. He felt so indebted to Vaughan that he adopted him into the tribe, and gave him his princess daughter in marriage. That was the beginning of the Vaughan tribe of Arkansas from whom my father's great, great grandmother came. She was the daughter of Vaughan and the beautiful high bred princess. When little Betsy was here I could see features about her, believe it or not that made me think of an old tin-type photograph Pap had of the princess when he and the vaughans were trying to get a head right in the Indian Territory. That is about all I know, but I am sure Betsy will get a thrill out of it. You know she is the only child of the whole generation that I know of that has ever shown any interest in the story. I thought that some time I might try to dig up as much of the History of the case as I could find and write a story about it, but I guess I have waited too long."
Photo: Allen W. Vaughan Cyntha Sciotha Vaughan
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