MECKLENBURG COUNTY, VIRGINIA

VAUGHAN FAMILY

Deed Abstracts

Part 2, J

JAIRUS VAUGHAN

[Son of Craddock Vaughan of Lunenburg Co. m. Hannah Pines Vaughan, daughter of Reuben Vaughan]

Meck DB 10.218

8 Feb 1800

James Johnson

& his wife Sarah Johnson

Jairus Vaughan, of Lunenburg Co.

230

waters of Buckhorn Cr.

£110 sh10. Adj. Saffold’s Rd. Witnesses: R Vaughan, Reubin Cardin, Daniel Tucker, Cavell Jackson, George Tucker. Recorded 14 Apr 1800.

Meck DB 10.273

9 May 1800

Sarah Johnson,

wife of James Johnson

 JairusVaughan

230

Dower Release. Reuben Vaughan, Henry Ashton to examine Sarah.

Meck DB 10.603

3 Jan 1801

Jairus Vaughan,

& his wife Hannah Pines Vaughan

Henry Ashton

569 1/2

Waters Buckhorn Creek.

£240. Adj. Joseph Keeton, James Johnson, Saffolds Rd., William Coleman, Adkerson, Greer. Witnesses: James Johnson, Joseph Keeton, Alexander Watts. Recorded 13? Jul 1801.

Meck DB 13.295

20 Nov 1806

Reuben Sr Vaughan,

& his wife Elizabeth Vaughan

Jairus Vaughan,

of Lunenburg Co.

115

£258 sh15. Whole of tract of land where William Vaughan now lives. Adj. Reuben Vaughan, William Smith, John Russell, Woodson Knight. Witnesses: John Crow, John Allen, Thomas Crowder, Craddock Vaughan, Francis Ballard, James Wilson, John G. Baptist? Richard E. Edmondson. Recorded 12 Nov 1807.

Meck DB 14.183

3 Jan 1810

Jairus Vaughan

Gregory Gresham

125-1/4

£248. Adj. Reuben Vaughan, William Smith, John Russell, Woodson Knight. Witnesses: Daniel Daly, James _____, Isaac Arnold, Frederick Watkins, Henry Wilson. His wife Hannah Vaughan released her dower rights at Deed Book 14, p. 248. Recorded 8 Jan 1810.

JAMES VAUGHAN (son of James Vaughan of Lunenburg Co.)

1765 Mecklenburg County, Virginia was formed out of Lunenburg County, Virginia. 8 Hening 41-42.

Meck DB 01.538

5 Oct

1767

James Vaughan of Lunenburg County

William Allen

200

Mountain Creek

£94. Land devised to James Vaughan by his father. Start on Meherrin River just below mouth of island, along Androses, along Arnold, down Mountain Creek, up Meherrin River. Witnesses: John Williams, Turner Allen and Samuel S. Gentrey. Recorded on 14 Mar., 1768. See T.L.C. Genealogy, Mecklenburg County, Virginia Deeds, 1765-1771, page 57.

11 Nov 1771

Land on branches of Miles Creek, bounded by James Vaughan was sold. Mecklenburg County, Virginia Deed Book 3, Page 253. See T.L.C. Genealogy, Mecklenburg County, Virginia Deeds, 1771-1776, page 21.

28 Nov 1771

James Vaughan witnessed this deed. Mecklenburg County, Virginia Deed Book 3, Page 275. See T.L.C. Genealogy, Mecklenburg County, Virginia Deeds, 1771-1776, page 24.

1 Mar 1777

James Vaughan witnessed this deed. Mecklenburg County, Virginia Deed Book 5, Page 4. See T.L.C. Genealogy, Mecklenburg County, Virginia Deeds, 1777-1779, page 3.

10 May 1777

James Vaughan witnessed indenture. Mecklenburg County, Virginia, O.B. 4, Page 346.

16 Nov 1778

Reuben Vaughan and his sons James Vaughan and John Vaughan witness a deed to James Vaughan. No cite.

JAMES VAUGHAN (son of Reuben Vaughan)

Meck DB 04.130

9 Aug

1773

John Andrews and His Wife Lucy Andrews

James Vaughan

80

South Meherrin River

£35. ____6E109P along new line, E140P along John Andrews, N21W18P along John Andrews, N84W118P. Witnesses: Robert Ballard. Recorded on 9 Aug 1773. See T.L.C. Genealogy, Mecklenburg County, Virginia Deeds, 1771-1776, page 66.

Meck DB 04.211

13 Dec

1773

James Vaughan and His Wife Mary Vaughan

William Cooper

80

south side of Meherrin River

£47. E109P along new line, E140P along John Andrews, N21W18P along John Andrews, N84W118P along John Andrews. Witnesses: None. Recorded on 13 Dec 1773. See T.L.C. Genealogy, Mecklenburg County, Virginia Deeds, 1771-1776, page 76.

9 May

1777

Ruben Vaughan, James Vaughan and John Andrews witnessed this deed. Mecklenburg County, Virginia Deed Book 5, Page 137. See T.L.C. Genealogy, Mecklenburg County, Virginia Deeds, 1777-1779, page 24.

3 Oct 1778

Property bounded by Reuben Vaughan, James Vaughan and others was sold. Mecklenburg County, Virginia Deed Book 5, Page 362. See T.L.C. Genealogy, Mecklenburg County, Virginia Deeds, 1777-1779, page 57.

6 Oct 1778

Reuben Vaughan, James Vaughan and William Walker witnessed this deed for land bounded by Capt. Reuben Vaughan. Mecklenburg County, Virginia Deed Book 5, Page 317. See T.L.C. Genealogy, Mecklenburg County, Virginia Deeds, 1777-1779, page 51.

Meck DB 05.359

16 Nov

1778

Richard Mason

and His Wife Hanah Mason

James Vaughan

114

£40. Along Birds old road, E along William Taylor, NE, N70W along Reuben Vaughan. Witnesses: Reuben Vaughan, James Vaughan, John Vaughan, Jessy Russell, John Grainger and William Rosse. Recorded on 14 Dec 1778. See T.L.C. Genealogy, Mecklenburg County, Virginia Deeds, 1777-1779, page 57.

17 Sep 1779

Reuben Vaughan, James Vaughan and Ingram Vaughan witnessed this deed. Mecklenburg County, Virginia Deed Book 5, Page 487. See T.L.C. Genealogy, Mecklenburg County, Virginia Deeds, 1777-1779, page 74.

Meck DB 06.061

10 Jul

1780

James Vaughan and His Wife Mary Vaughan

John Wilson

114

Timber Tree Branch

£1,000. N along Vaughan, along Mcdaniel, E along road, along HALL. Witnesses: None. Recorded on 14 Aug 1780. See T.L.C. Genealogy, Mecklenburg County, Virginia Deeds, 1779-1786, page 14.

9 Apr 1781

Reuben Vaughan and James Vaughan witnessed this deed. Mecklenburg County, Virginia Deed Book 6, Page 119. See T.L.C. Genealogy, Mecklenburg County, Virginia Deeds, 1779-1786, page 26.

6 Nov 1782

Reuben Vaughan, James Vaughan and Ingram Vaughan witnessed this deed. Mecklenburg County, Virginia Deed Book 6, Page 207. See T.L.C. Genealogy, Mecklenburg County, Virginia Deeds, 1779-1786, page 43.

JAMES VAUGHAN (son of William Vaughan)

Meck DB 04.478

11 Nov

1775

James Wilkins

James Vaughan

300

fork of the two Buffaloes

£30. Part of 400 acres patented Robert Seal. Witnesses: Thomas Jones, Thomas Jones, Jr. and John Jones, Jr. Recorded on 13 Nov 1775. See T.L.C. Genealogy, Mecklenburg County, Virginia Deeds, 1771-1776, page 106.

Meck DB 06.059

15 Dec

1779

William Wilkins

Joel Chandler

75

east side of Buffalo Creek

Bounded by William Wilkins[on], James Vaughan, James Wilkins and Henry Green. Witnesses: Luke Wiles, David Chandler, John Green and David Chandler, Jr. Recorded on 14 Aug 1780. See T.L.C. Genealogy, Mecklenburg County, Virginia Deeds, 1779-1786, page 14.

1 Mar 1780

James Vaughan was an adjacent landowner. Mecklenburg County, Virginia Deed Book 6, Page 41. See T.L.C. Genealogy, Mecklenburg County, Virginia Deeds, 1779-1786, page 11.

Meck DB 06.160

14 Jan

1782

JAMES VAUGHAN

WALTER LEIGH

100

Little Buffalo

£10,000. Adjacent James Wilkins, Martin Tureman, Henry Newton, George Newton. Witnesses: None. Recorded on 14 Jan 1782. See T.L.C. Genealogy, Mecklenburg County, Virginia Deeds, 1779-1786, page 35.

1782 Land Tax. James Vaughan paid tax on 195 acres. Reuben Vaughan's Tax District Mecklenburg Co., Virginia. Apparently the 200 remaining acres he owned was reassessed at 195 acres.

14 Apr 1783

James Vaughan witnessed this deed. Mecklenburg County, Virginia Deed Book 6, Page 253. See T.L.C. Genealogy, Mecklenburg County, Virginia Deeds, 1779-1786, page 52.

14 Apr 1783

James Vaughan witnessed this deed. Mecklenburg County, Virginia Deed Book 6, Page 254. See T.L.C. Genealogy, Mecklenburg County, Virginia Deeds, 1779-1786, page 52.

Meck DB 06.416

8 Nov

1784

Walter Leigh, of Richmond County, Georgia

William Vaughan

100

£40. Adjacent to James Wilkins, Joel Chandler, James Vaughan, Henry Newton, Robert Newton and William Hailey. Witnesses: None. Recorded on 8 Nov., 1784. See T.L.C. Genealogy, Mecklenburg County, Virginia Deeds, 1779-1786, page 84.

Meck DB 06.421

8 Nov

1784

James Vaughan and Joel Chandler

George Stovall

159.5

 

£160. 25 acres owned by James Vaughan and 134.5 acres owned by Joel Chandler (where Joel Chandler now lives). Adjacent to William Wilkerson, David Chandler, Henry Green, James Wilkins, and William Vaughan. Witnesses: None. Recorded on _________. See T.L.C. Genealogy, Mecklenburg County, Virginia Deeds, 1779-1786, page 85.

1785 Land Tax Alteration. 134.5 acres transferred from James Vaughan and Joel Chandler to George Stovall. James Vaughan's share was apparently treated as 34.5 acres as he was taxed on 160.5 acres in 1787.

20 Mar 1785

In his will dated 20 March, 1785, recorded 13 February, 1786, William Vaughan names the following:


WifeMildridge

Children

Sarah Gregory, Samuel Vaughan, John Vaughan, James Vaughan, Peter Vaughan, Milarson Overby, Milly Chandler, Elizabeth Vaughan, Nanny Gregory, and Molly Hayes.

GrandsonWilliam Overby


Although there are four James Vaughan's in early Mecklenburg County, Virginia, it is readily apparent from deed and tax records that the James Vaughan that owned slaves Joe and Agg is the son of William Vaughan. MILDRIDGE may or may not be his mother.


In her will dated 7 June, 1789, recorded 10 October, 1791, Mildridge Vaughan names the following:


Children

Ambrose Gregory, Joseph Gregory (six children, not named)

Granddaughter

Lucy Hayes


From these wills it is readily apparent that Mildridge Vaughan was first married to _______ Gregory.

Meck DB 07.263

3 Sep 1787

Samuel Vaughan

Peter Vaughan

Peter Overy & his wife Elizabeth, Richard Gregory, John Vaughan, James Vaughan, Ambros Gregory, Winkfield Hayes & David Chandler, legatees of William Vaughan

Mildridge Vaughan,

widow of William Vaughan

£2,000. Bond. Give up right to land where Mildridge Vaughan now lives, to be at her disposal at her death. Witnesses: John Wynn, William Wilkinson, John Butler?, John Gregory, _____. Recorded __ ___ 1788.

1787 Land Tax. James Vaughan paid tax on 160.5 acres. Clausel Clausel's Tax District Mecklenburg Co., Virginia.

1788 James Vaughan last appeared in the Mecklenburg County, Virginia Personal Tax Digest.

1790 Land Tax Alteration. 160.5 acres transferred from James Vaughan to John Hall. Clausel Clausel's Tax District Mecklenburg Co., Virginia.

1790 James Vaughan appears in the 1790 census of Laurens District, South Carolina.

1795 James Vaughan died in Oglethorpe County, Georgia leaving widow Susannah Vaughan.

Notes on James Vaughan:


1. James Vaughan had two wives. This fact is not very obvious, but is provable. James Vaughan names ten children in his will in Oglethorpe County, Georgia. Isaac David married Susannah the widow of James Vaughan. In his will in Madison County, Georgia, Isaac David left a bequest to the "children of my wife Susannah." Only the seven youngest children of James Vaughan shared in the bequest from Isaac David. Neither the three eldest children Sarah, Arabella and William nor their descendants received anything. This leads inescapably to the conclusion that the three eldest were not the children of Susannah Vaughan.


A major clue is the will of James Wilkins of Mecklenburg County, Virginia..


In his will dated 11 July, 1781, recorded 8 October, 1781, James Wilkins names the following:


Wife


Arabella

Children


Charles Wilkins, Martha Wilkins, Sukey (Susannah) Vaughan, Mary Wilkins, and Milly Newton

Granddaughter

Sarah Vaughan "now living with him"


This will fits perfectly with the fact that James Vaughan was married twice. Apparently, he first married a daughter of James Wilkins and had children Sarah, named in James Wilkins will; Arabella, named for James Wilkins wife; and William, named for James Vaughan's father. When his wife died, he married her sister Susannah Wilkins!

James Wilkins


Arabella

Martha

Susannah

Mary

Milly

James

Vaughan


Arabella

Martha

Susannah

Mary

Mildred

Sarah

Elizabeth

 

 

 

Note the similarity of names of the women in the two families:


2. James Vaughan died owning three slaves, Joe Agg and Dinah. The ownership of these slaves as shown in James Vaughan's estate papers also provides important corroborating evidence. In 1788, James Vaughan of Mecklenburg County, Virginia paid tax on slaves Joe and Agg. The same James Vaughan that owned slaves Joe and Agg and that left Virginia after being taxed in 1788 was consistently taxed in the same sub-district of Mecklenburg County as William Vaughan, Peter Vaughan, Samuel Vaughan, John Vaughan and James Wilkins (or his estate in later years). All owned land adjacent each other on Buffalo Creek.

JAMES VAUGHAN of Granville District NC

Meck DB 08.447

27 Jul 1793

Archibald Gracie,

of the town of Petersburg

James Vaughan,

of Granville, NC

Illegible

[1.5 acres]

£150. On Taylor’s Ferry Road. Adj. Thomas Gooch, Alexander Boyd. Witnesses: Alexander Boyd, Daniel Anderson, Robert Walker, Richard Swepson, Benjamin Malone. Recorded 8 Sep 1794.

Meck DB 11.220

31 Mar 1791

James Vaughan,

of Granville Co., NC

John Brodie

[1.5 acres]

£150. On Taylor’s Ferry Road. Adj. Thomas Goodent? Being the same land purchased of Archibald Gracie commonly known as the Magazine. Witnesses: Green Merritt, James Ridley, Thomas Vaughan, Nicholas Jeter, Basdel Rice, Joseph Smith. Recorded 13 Jan 1800.

JAMES VAUGHAN

Meck DB 09.404

3 Nov 1797

William Hasting,

& his wife Amy Hasting

Willis Vaughan

100

$66. Adj. Henry Hasting, Thomas Hale? Witnesses: William Pettus, Henry Hasting, James Vaughan. Recorded 3 Nov 1797

Meck DB 14.602

14 Jul 1812

James Vaughan

Thomas Crow

David Haly,

Elizabeth Crow,

John Crow [for himself],

Nathaniel S. Crow,

John Crow for Martha Crow

William Crow

Illegible

Illegible

[Mostly Illegible] Witnesses: G R Edwards, Benjamin S Harrison, J Cook. Recorded 20 Jul1812. [This means James Vaughan m. _____ Crow.]

Meck 17.113

15 Nov 1817

Robert Puryear

Sarah Puryear

Julius Williams

Lucy Williams

John Burton

James Vaughan

180

West side Butcher’s? Cr.

$180. Adj. Robert Armistead, James Hester, Dec’d, Who Bought of Mrs. Sarah Puryear Williams. No Witnesses. Recorded 18 Nov 1818.

Meck DB 25.327

26 Jan 1833

Pleasant Vaughan

Charles L Hutcherson

Power of attorney to collect sums owing to Pleasant Vaughan by Nicholas P Perkins of Williamson Co Tennessee and James Vaughan of Rutherford Co, Tennessee. Recorded 26 Jan 1833.

Meck DB 25.376

13 Apr 1833

James Vaughan

& his wife Polly Vaughan

Nancy Hughes

Elizabeth Hughes

Erasmus P Hinton

233

Big Branch of Beaver Pond Cr.

$300. Adj. Robert Hester, John Lewis, Clark Royston, Erasmus Hester. Tract willed by John Haynes as a loan to his daughter Jane Hughes during her natural life, and then to her children Nancy, Elizabeth & Polly. No witnesses. Recorded 29 Apr 1833.

JANE VAUGHAN

Meck DB 19.131

7 Dec 1820

Stephen Worsham, trustee of mortgage

Spencer C. Vaughan

David Purkins

15

Wtrs Buffalo Cr.

$203. Adj, Ambrose Gregory, Perkins, John Newton. Has metes & bounds. Witnesses: Robert Y. Overby, ___ Overby, John V. Wilkins, Peter Vaughan, John Vaughan, Jane Vaughan. Recorded 16 Jul 1821.

JEREMIAH VAUGHANHe died ca 1792 leaving widow Martha.

Meck DB 07.561

2 Mar 1790

Roger Atkinson

Jeremiah Vaughan

200

Hard to Read. £124. Adj. Reuben Vaughan, John Wilson, Augustine Smith, (Illeg.) Burnett, William Ross. Witnesses: Reuben Vaughan, Edward McDaniel, Josiah McDaniel, William Vaughan. Recorded 12 Apr 1790.

JEREMIAH VAUGHAN

Meck DB 24.425

24 Sep 1831

Jeremiah Vaughan

Warner A Wortham,

and his wife

Bethiah Salor Wortham, late Bethiah Salor Vaughan, dau of Elizabeth Vaughan, dec’d, who was the daughter of Robert Williamson, dec’d, whose widow was Polly Williamson

James Williamson

$22. Their interest in the estate of Robert Williamson, dec’d., being the dower property of Polly Williamson. Jeremiah Vaughan sells his equal interest in his father Doctor Spencer C. Vaughan’s estate. No witnesses. Recorded 17 Oct 1831.

JESSE C. VAUGHAN

Meck DB 20.346

16 Oct 1823

Jesse C. Vaughan

James Taylor, Tr.

[Very Hard to read] Mortgage of slave. Witnesses: Am? Ann? Dortch, John P. Smith, Edward B. Davis, W. F. Broadnax. Recorded 17 Nov 1823.

JOHN VAUGHAN (son of Reuben Vaughan)

Meck DB 05.359

16 Nov

1778

Richard Mason and His Wife Hanah

James Vaughan

114

Birds Old Road

£40. Adjacent William Taylor, Reuben Vaughan. Witnesses: Reuben Vaughan, James Vaughan, John Vaughan, Jessy Russell, John Grainger and William Rosse. Recorded on 14 Dec., 1778. T.L.C. Genealogy, Mecklenburg County, Virginia Deeds, 1777-1779, page 57.

JOHN VAUGHAN (son of William Vaughan)

Meck DB 01.142

11 Oct

1765

William Vaughan

John Vaughan

100

£20. Adjacent John Green. Witnesses: Peter Overby, Zachariah Overby and John Green. Recorded on 14 Oct., 1765. Mecklenburg County, Virginia Deed Book 1, Page 142. See T.L.C. Genealogy, Mecklenburg County, Virginia Deeds, 1765-1771, page 16.

Meck DB 01.150

11 Oct

1765

George More, of Orange Co., NC

Zacriah Overby

100

Tewayhomony Cr.

£20. Adjacent Nicholas Overby, Peter Overby. Witnesses: Peter Overby, John Vaughan, John Green. See T.L.C. Genealogy, Mecklenburg County, Virginia Deeds, 1765-1771, page 17.

Meck DB 02.024

19 Aug

1767

John Green

His Brother Stephen Green (both the sons of Henry Green, deceased)

152

bs Great Buffalo Creek

Gift. Adjacent Frederick Green, Good, Daniel Clayborn and Wilson. Witnesses: John Vaughan, Richard Green and Frederick Green. Recorded on 11 April, 1768. See T.L.C. Genealogy, Mecklenburg County, Virginia Deeds, 1765-1771, page 61.

Meck DB 02.026

19 Aug

1767

John Green

His Brother Frederick Green (both the sons of Henry Green, deceased)

152

bs Great Buffalo Creek

Gift. Where Frederick Green now lives, bounded by Seats, Chessure and Wilson. Witnesses: John Vaughan, Richard Green and Stephen Jones. Recorded on 11 April, 1768. T.L.C. Genealogy, Mecklenburg County, Virginia Deeds, 1765-1771, page 61.

Meck DB 02.344

18 Oct

1769

William Griffin

John Vaughan

100

Buffalo Creek

£60. S5E34P; S25W32P; S89W250P; N87E264P. Witnesses: Peter Overby, William Vaughan and Peter Vaughan. Recorded on 12 Mar., 1770. T.L.C. Genealogy, Mecklenburg County, Virginia Deeds, 1765-1771, page 93.

Meck DB 04.152

10 Sep

1773

John Vaughan and Wife Milea (Amelia)

Thomas Earle

100

£25. Land granted to William Vaughan given to his son John Vaughan by deed dated 11 Oct., 1765. Adjacent William Vaughan, Samuel Vaughan, road. Witnesses: None. Recorded on 13 Sep., 1773. See T.L.C. Genealogy, Mecklenburg County, Virginia Deeds, 1771-1776, page 68.

Meck DB 05.055

9 Jan

1777

John Vaughan and His Wife Mildred

William Neale

100

Buffalo Creek

£85. Adjacent William Neale, S along Moore, W along Robert Yancey, N to beginning. Witnesses: Peter Overby, Thomas Moore and James Vaughan. Recorded on 12 May, 1777. T.L.C. Genealogy, Mecklenburg County, Virginia Deeds, 1777-1779, page 11.

14 Jun 1779

John Vaughan witnessed this deed. Mecklenburg County, Virginia Deed Book 5, Page 454. See T.L.C. Genealogy, Mecklenburg County, Virginia Deeds, 1777-1779, page 69.

30 Oct 1783

Samuel Vaughan, John Vaughan and Ansell Cunningham witnessed this deed. Mecklenburg County, Virginia Deed Book 6, Page 359. See T.L.C. Genealogy, Mecklenburg County, Virginia Deeds, 1779-1786, page 72.

Meck DB 06.364

10 May

1784

Richard Grigory of Halifax County

John Vaughan

200

Millstone Branch

£250. Bounded by George Stovall, John Jones, Sr, Rudd, Zachariah Overby, and William Wilkerson. Witnesses: None. His wife Ann Grigory released her dower rights. Recorded on 10 May, 1784. T.L.C. Genealogy, Mecklenburg County, Virginia Deeds, 1779-1786, page 73.

Meck DB 07.263

3 Sep 1787

Samuel Vaughan

Peter Vaughan

Peter Overby & his wife Elizabeth, Richard Gregory, John Vaughan, James Vaughan, Ambros Gregory, Winkfield Hayes & David Chandler, legatees of William Vaughan

Mildridge Vaughan,

widow of William Vaughan

£2,000. Bond. Give up right to land where Mildridge Vaughan now lives, to be at her disposal at her death. Witnesses: John Wynn, William Wilkinson, John Butler?, John Gregory, _____. Recorded __ ___ 1788.

Meck DB 07.203

1787

John Vaughan

& his wife Milly Vaughan

William Wilkinson Sr

97

S. side Dan R. and Buffalo Cr.

£100. No witnesses. Milly released her dower rights. Recorded 8 Oct 1789.

Meck DB 08.110

27 Dec 1791

John Vaughan

(Signed by Elijah Rudd and Priscilla Vaughan!)

Stephen Vaughan,

of Halifax Co

Richard? Russell?Vaughan,

of Halifax Co.

Elijah Rudd,

of Lunenburg Co.

100

Buffalo Cr.

£100. Adj. Vaughan, Rudd, Big Br. Witnesses: James Jones, Benjamin Jones, John Wilburn. Deed signed by Elijah Rudd & Priscilla Vaughan. Recorded 1 Jan 1792. [The parties of this deed do not match the recitation at the beginning of the deed.]

Meck DB 08.347

14 Oct 1793

John Vaughan

Stephen Vaughan

50

Br. of Buffalo Cr.

£75. Adj. John Vaughan, Reid?, Overby, Stephen Vaughan. No witnesses. Recorded 14 Oct 1793.

Meck DB 09.320

5 Sep 1797

John Wilbourn,

& his wife Prudence Wilbourn

Stephen Vaughan

13

Buffalo Cr.

£20. Adj. Stephen Vaughan, John Vaughan. No witnesses. Recorded 11 Sep 1797.

Meck DB 09.345

2 Oct 1797

Henry Averett

William Vaughan

& his wife Sarah Vaughan

Mary Perkins

John Vaughan

Mostly Illegible. Articles of Agreement. [Can not determin exactly what is being agreed to.] Estate of David Perkins. Witnesses: James Blanks, Daniel C. Sizemore, Stephen Vaughan. Recorded 9 Oct 1797. See D.B. 09.459.

Meck DB 10.386

9 Sep 1800

Thomas Glascock, and his wife Mary, who was Mary Perkins, daughter of David Perkins dec’d

John Vaughan

––

₤49. 1/4 undivided interest in estate of David Perkins, dec’d.. Witnesses: John P Finch, John Vaughan, Jr., Stephen Vaughan, Thomas Howell??. Recorded 18 Oct 1800.

Meck DB 11.197

15 Jul 1802

Stephen Vaughan

James Blanks

130

Waters of Great Buffalo Cr.

£120. Adj. Peter Overby, John Vaughan, John Williams, Sally Griffin, Benjamin Worsham, County line, Lewis Bowen. Witnesses: Stephen P. Pool, William Hendrick, Daniel Butler. Recorded 10 Sep 1802. His wife Druscilla Vaughan released her dower rights.

Meck DB 11.402

6 Jul 1803

John Vaughan

& his wife Amelia Vaughan, a legatee of John Jones, dec’d.

Robert Sr. Yancey

428

Waters of Aron’s Cr.

1/4 part. Adjacent Smith. Known as the Mountain Tract. Witnesses Thomas Jr Greenwood, James Green, Daniel Butler, Robert Williamson, John Vaughan, Nancy Vaughan, _____ Vaughan. Recorded 11 Jul 1803.

Meck DB 11.468

17 Sep 1801

David Purkins, legatee of David Purkins, dec’d

John Sr Vaughan

152-1/2

Buffalo Cr.

£122. One fourth part in tract. Adj Henry Green, Aron Butler, Peter Overby, William Stroud. Also a slave. Witnesses: Stephen P. Pool, Abel Gregory, James Blanks. Recorded 12 Dec 1803.

Meck DB 12.004

21 Jan 1804

John Vaughan

Peter Vaughan

___

South side Big Buffalo Cr.

$42. Adj. Peter Vaughan, John Vaughan. Witnesses: John Vaughan, Stephen Vaughan, Abel Gregory. Recorded 9 Apr 1804.

Meck DB 11.516

13 Feb 1804

Ambrose Gregory

Daniel Sizemore

42 ½

E. side Great Buffalo Cr.

£45. Bounded by Henry Green, Daniel Sizemore, William Stroud, David Bowen, dec’d, Zachariah Glascock, Ambrose Gregory. Witnesses: Ste. P.Pool, John Vaughan, William _____. Recorded 13 Feb 1804.

Meck DB 13.227

5 Feb 1807

Stephen Pettypool

Ambrose Gregory

325

sh6. Tract 1: 45 ½ acres bounded by William Newton, Robert Newton (son of George Newton, Robert Newton (son of Henry Newton, Ambrose Gregory. Tract 2: 45 ½ acres purchased by said Pettypool from Daniel Sizemore, bounded by David Bowen, Allen Noblin, Peter Overby (son of Zach Overby), Henry Green, Ambrose Gregory. Tract 3: 225 acres purchased by said Pettypool from Aaron Butler, Thomas Boswell and William Wilkerson bounded by Aaron Butler, Macahiah Overby, John Vaughan Sr., Joseph Blank, John Jarrott, Franklin Wilkinson, said Ambrose Gregory. Witnesses: John P. Finch, Charles Hamblin, John Blanks. Recorded 5 Feb 1807.

Meck DB 14.429

9 Jun 1811

Aaron Butler

John Sr. Vaughan

5

Great Buffalo Cr.

$50. Adj. Henry Green, said Vaughan, Peter Overby, Butcher? Br. Witnesses: Stephen P. Pool, Frankling Moore, Anderson Moore. Recorded 15 Jul 1811.

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1813

 

 

 

 

Meck

15.454

25 Aug 1814

John Vaughan

Charles Hamblen

158

Waters of Big Buffalo Cr.

$480. Adj. James Blanke, John Speed, John Wilbourne. ? Erasmus Kennon & William Townes Release Any Rights That Had? Recorded 6 Dec 1814.

Meck DB 22.097

2 May 1826

William Sr Vaughan

John V Wilkins, 2nd part, Trustee

Robert Y Overby, excr of Peter G. Overby, dec’d

Deed of Trust $91.12. Right title and interest of his share of John Vaughan, dec’d. Witnesses: William Chandler, Henry Overby. Recorded 15 May 1826.

Meck DB 22.470

5 Mar 1827

John Sr Vaughan

John C. Wilkins

2nd part & Robert V. Overby 3rd part

Buffalo Cr

Deed of Trust. $50.__. Right title & interest in estate of John Vaughan, dec’d. Witnesses: Elisha Bowen, George W Moore, Joseph Keeton. Recorded 16 Jul 1827.

 Meck DB 23.118

16 Feb 1828

John Vaughan

James Williamson

21

Bill of Sale. All of my interest in 21 acres of Druscillor? Vaughan, widow of Stephen Vaughan, dec’d. Witnesses: John V. Wilkins, John Culbreath, James Keene. Recorded 18 Feb 1828.

Meck DB 24.305

17 Sep 1830

John Sr. Vaughan, Estate of by Stephen P. Pool & John Vaughan, Execrs.

Robert Y. Overby

152

Both sides Great Buffaloe.

Stephen Pool exec of Charles Hamblin, dec’d, who was acting execr of John Vaughan, Sr. $715.92. Adj. Henry Green & Edward Tillotson. Witnesses: Abner Y. Watson, Richard E. Bennett, Evans Owen. Recorded 17 Oct 1831.

JOHN VAUGHAN ( Son of Peter Vaughan)

Meck DB 19.131

7 Dec 1820

Stephen Worsham, trustee of mortgage

Spencer C. Vaughan

David Purkins

15

Wtrs Buffalo Cr.

$203. Adj, Ambrose Gregory, Perkins, John Newton. Has metes & bounds. Witnesses: Robert Y. Overby, ___ Overby, John V. Wilkins, Peter Vaughan, John Vaughan, Jane Vaughan. Recorded 16 Jul 1821.

JOHN VAUGHAN Spartanburg District SC

Meck

15.491

8 Dec 1814

Reuben Vaughan of Powhaton Co.

John Vaughan of Spartanburg Dt, SC

200

Gift Deed. Adj. John Ogbourne, Charles Ogbourne, William Smith. Recorded 8 Dec 1814.

JOHN VAUGHAN (mixed)

Meck DB 22.467

2 May 1827

William Vaughan, Sr., by John U. Wilkins, Trustee

Robert Y. Overby

Foreclosure of Trust Deed. $93. Assets due from the estate of John Vaughan, dec’d. Witnesses: Eggleston Overby, George Walker, Jonathan Browder. Recorded 16 Jul 1827.

Meck DB 23.228

26 Apr 1828

John Vaughan,

by John V. Wilkins, Trustee

Robert Y. Overby

Foreclosure of Trust Deed. $35. Witnesses: None. Recorded 16 Jun 1828.

JOSHUA VAUGHAN

Joshua Vaughan and wife Sarah appear in Bristol Parish (Dinwiddie County) records in 1745 and 1751.

Meck DB 05.116

8 Nov

1777

James Wilkins

Joshua Vaughan

100

es Little Buffalo Creek

£40. Adjacent John Moore, John Cocheran, George Newton, down creek. Witnesses: Thomas Jones, Jr., James Wilkins, Jr. and Thomas Akin. Recorded on 10 Nov., 1777. T.L.C. Genealogy, Mecklenburg County, Virginia Deeds, 1777-1779, page 21.

8 Oct 1781

Joshua Vaughan was adjacent landowner. Mecklenburg County, Virginia Deed Book 6, Page 143. See T.L.C. Genealogy, Mecklenburg County, Virginia Deeds, 1779-1786, page 31.

9 Nov 1782

Joshua Vaughan was a witness to this deed. Mecklenburg County, Virginia Deed Book 6, Page 143. See T.L.C. Genealogy, Mecklenburg County, Virginia Deeds, 1779-1786, page 31.

14 Apr 1783

Joshua Vaughan voted. Mecklenburg County, Virginia Deed Book 6, Page 553 and 556. See T.L.C. Genealogy, Mecklenburg County, Virginia Deeds, 1779-1786, page 113 and 116.

Meck DB 06.417

8 Nov

1784

Joshua Vaughan and His Wife Sarah Vaughan

Charles Carter

100

Little Buffalo Cr.

£100. E along John Stone, along John Stone, SE along John Stone and Luke Wiles, W along George Newton, down Little Buffalo. Witnesses: None. Recorded on 8 Nov., 1784. See T.L.C. Genealogy, Mecklenburg County, Virginia Deeds, 1779-1786, page 84.

Compiled By: David H. Robertson, 159 Hickory St., Roswell, GA 30075 davidhr@hushmail.com