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Family Sheet

Name: Joel Leroy Vaughan Note Born: 1811 at Nash Co., , , NC Married: Died: Other Spouses: Rita Morton
Father: John I Vaughan Mother: Unknown
Name: Sallie Moore Born: 1818 Died: Father: Aaron Moore Mother: Unknown
Name: Sanford Vandiver Vaughn Born: 1837 Died: at Killed In War Between The States, , ,
Name: Avery Vaughn Born: 1838 Died:
Name: Caldwell Vaughn Born: 1840 Died: Wife: Nettie Pierce
Name: Leroy Vaughn Born: 1841 Died:
Name: Levicey Vaughn Born: 1843 Died:
Name: Walter Butler Vaughn Born: 11 Jun 1844 Died: 26 Aug 1905 Wife: Lucinda "lettie" Littleton
Name: Marietta Vaughn Born: 1845 Died:
Name: Nash Vaughn Born: 1847 Died:
Name: Nancy Vaughn Born: 1850 Died:
Name: Joel Anderson Vaughn Born: 1851 Died: Wife: Ida Dawson
Name: Clinton Vaughn Born: 1853 Died:
Name: Evaline Vaughn Born: 1856 Died:
Name: Andrew L. Vaughn Born: 1858 Died:
1). Vaughan was born and raised in Laurance County grewupand married his wife being Miss Moore he bought agreatboundary of land upper part of Oconee him and his wife twentyslaves took possession of their homes. To this unioneightchildren were born Avery, Van and Butler, Joe Vica and Nancy andNash,Cullwell, three of the boys saw service in Confederate war,Avery,Van and Butler. Avery and Van were killed and buried on battlefield.Butler said the most painful of all the scenes was when hisfirstcousin Bill Moore was shot down. The two fought side by side. One time Butler had the typhoid fever and getting along nicely, hesaidhe was so hungry he could ate up the kitchen one day as old blackmammywas going to the dining room with aplate of biscuits he calledher tohim and raked three or four biscuits from the plate under thecover andate all of them. copied from handwritten sheet found withTheAlbertson Clan book. Writing may be Sarah Esther AlbertsonLanford s


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