VIRGINIA CHANCERY CASES - DINWIDDIE COUNTY

Containing Vaughan Surname Before 1850

Dinwiddie County

1844-002

Dinwiddie

Mary W Boisseau

Olivia Boisseau Infant Et al

Sarah Ann Boisseau Infant Et al

Boisseau

Johnson

Vaughan

 

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Alfred J. Vaughan gave a deposition .

1847-001

Dinwiddie

Robert H. Vaughan

Alfred J Vaughan, admr Eaton Vaughan

Vaughan

William Vaaughan (Brunswick Co)

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Complaint 1 Apr 1842. Complainant was son of Robert Vaughan who was the son of William Vaughan who died in 1809 in Brunswick County. His father Robert left three children: Eaton Vaughan, Dorothy Vaughan (who married Alfred J. Vaughan) and himself. He alleges his Uncle Alfred defrauded him as to the value of the estate left by his grandfather. Alfred replied. B. J. Vaughan gave a deposition. There is no final order.

1847-004

Dinwiddie

Legt(s) of John Jones

Legt(s) of John Jones

Aldridge

Jones

Keys

Lee

Vaughan

 

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Beautiful Plat showing division of land to [John E. Aldridge in right of his wife] Mary Aldridge, formerly Jones, Rebecca Lee, formerly Jones, [Thomas B. Keys in right of his wife] Angelina Keyes, formerly Jones and heirs of Caroline Vaughan, formerly Jones. 25 Mar 1828 John Jones willed his property to his wife Angelina Jones and upon her death to his 4 daughters. Alfred J. Vaughan was one of the witnesses. Susan Ann Vaughan, Caroline E. Vaughan, Mary B. Vaughan, Joanna Vaughan and Parker L. Vaughan minors are children of Parham E. Vaughan and Caroline his wife.

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