17720331 31 Mar 1772 Nicholass Vaughn wit Charlotte Deed: 31 Mar 1772; Charlotte Co. Va. Va. Libr. F232 C479 C455, 1990. From Henry Robertson and Tralucia his wife, of Nottoway Parish and Amelia Co. To Henry Robertson of Charlotte Co. For the natural love they have for the Said Henry Robertson, and for his better support, and for 10 Pounds, a certain tract of land of about 804 Acres in Charlotte Co. On Bluestone Creek, it being the remainder of 1604 Acres which was patented to said Henry Robertson on 20Aug1747, which of the same, William Robertson had a deed for 800 acres dated 1 Mar 1758. Signed: Henry Robertson, Tralucia Robertson. Wit: William Robertson, Nicholass (X) Vaughn, Christopher Robertson. Rec: 5 Oct 1772. Deed Bk. 3, P.139 21
17720801 1 Aug 1772 Josiah Vaughan Pat Nansemond Cavaliers and Pioneers, Abstracts of Va. Land Patents & Grants, 1695 - 1732, By Nugent. Vol. 7. Josiah Vaughan, Absalon Beeman & Southy Farington, 245 acres., through a Pocoson; adj. Jessee Skinner, Southy Farlington, John Harrison & Absalon Beeman; #1.S5. Pat. Bk. 40 P.849 277
17721128 28Nov1772 Benjamin Vaughn wit Charlotte Deed: 28Nov1772; Charlotte Co. Va. Va. Libr. F232 C479 C455, 1990. From John Ashworth and William Fulcher of the Parish and Co. Pittsylvania, to David Chandler of Charlotte Co. And the Parish of Cornwall, for 50 pounds, all that tract of about 200 Acres of land in Charlotte Co. On the branches Sandy Creek, being the same tract of land whereon said Fulcher formerly lived and conveyed to the said Fulcher by Charlotte Co. Deed from the said John Ashworth. Signed : John Ashworth, William (X) Fulcher. Wit: Charles Sullivant, Bartholomew Stovall, Benjamin Vaughn. Rec: 6Sep1773. Deed Bk. 3, P.343 37
17740705 5 Jul 1774 James Vaughan Pat Halifax Cavaliers and Pioneers, Abstracts of Va. Land Patents & Grants, 1695 - 1732, By Nugent. Vol. 7. James Vaughan, 400 acres., on Peters Cr., adj. Comer; #2. Pat. Bk. 42 P.581 342
17740705 5Jul1774 William Vaughan adj Dinwiddie Cavaliers and Pioneers, Abstracts of Va. Land Patents & Grants, 1695 - 1732, By Nugent. Vol. 7. John Roberts, 51 acres., adj. William Vaughan, William Pegram & Poythress; 5 Shill. Pat. Bk. 42 P.729 353
17740906 6 Sep 1774 Abraham Vaughn deed Charlotte Deed: 6Sep1774; Charlotte Co. Va. Va. Libr. F232 C479 C455, 1990. From Abraham Vaughn of Charlotte Co. To John Lindsay & Co., Merchants in Glasgow, for 127 pounds/ 11 shillings a certain tract of about 400 Acres of land in Charlotte Co. On the branches of Horsepen Creek adjoining the lands of James Speed, John Moore, &; Robert Belcher, being land on which the said Abraham Vaughn now lives, upon trust that Lindsay shall, after 25 Dec 1775, sell the land and premises, and out of the money arising from such sale, discharge the dept. Signed: Abraham (X) Vaughn. Wit: Philip Moncrieff, Alexander Burt, William Clark, Robert Cuninghame. The deed of trust was rec: 1 May 1775. Deed Bk. 3, P.514 65
17741126 26 Nov 1774 Nicholass Vaughn deed Charlotte Deed: 26 Nov 1774; Charlotte Co. Va. Va. Libr. F232 C479 C455, 1990. From James Roberts of Charlotte Co. To Nicholass Vaughn of Amelia Co. ............ More .................. Deed Bk. 3, P.453 57
17970101 Jan 1797 Wm. Vaughn deed Russell, Russell County, Virginia Index of Deeds Books 1-55, 13 Jun 1787- 23 Aug 1917. Jan 1797, Wm. Vaughn and Fereby Vaughn sold to Jno. Watts Land on L. Cedar Cr. 70' Deed Bk. 2 P.245 – (Our line, Dad Abraham is above ?)
17970101 Jan1797 Fereby Vaughn deed Russell, Russell County, Virginia Index of Deeds Books 1-55, 13Jun1787- 23Aug1917. Jan1797, Wm. Vaughn and Fereby Vaughn sold to Jno. Watts Land on L. Cedar Cr. 70' Deed Bk. 2 P.245 --
17970101 Jan 1797 Sarah Vaughn deed Russell Russell County, Virginia Index of Deeds Books 1-55, 13Jun1787- 23Aug1917. Jan1797, Sarah Vaughn sold to Benjmin Willis Land on L. Cedar Cr. 200' Deed Bk. 2 P.249 --
17971001 Oct 1797 Wm. By atty. Vaughn deed Russell Russell County, Virginia Index of Deeds Books 1-55, 13 Jun 1787- 23 Aug 1917. Jan1797, Wm. Vaughn sold by atty. to Richard Irvin Land on L. Cedar Cr. 200' Deed Bk. 2 P.249 –
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The spelling may be off on all Vaughan’s Fereby’s a Benton lineof his area...People were not educated and even the record keepers couldn’t spell and sounded out names was normal for that period of time. Go back to these records and pull up Fereby’s line too in the 1700. Since these names pd in pounds they prob. were some of the first to arrive in America. Fereby’s and family’s were already in the area?
+Not all American Indian's were completely white...study the Book of Mormon on the Indian issues. It was written for the Indians. These are the Lamenites (Indian or brown) spoken of in this book who was captured the Nephites (white, actually Jew i.e. from Jerusalem) Those who do this line will fail trying to prove this ancester is totally Indian..
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