April 22, 1756. Robert (X)
Vaughan and Martha, his wife,
of Raleigh Parish, Amelia County, to Robert Vaughan, Jr.
of same, for love and affection for their son...200 acres on
the lower side of Flatt Creek joining William Booker,
Vaughans Creek, the first branch making out of the creek
below said Vaughan's plantation where he now lives...
Robert Vaughan, Jr. married,
in Amelia County, on
February 22, 1759, Elsie Motley (born in Amelia County,
Virginia, February 2, 1739), daughter of Joseph Motley
and Elizabeth Forrest, and had children:
2. Robert Vaughan who married,
in Amelia County,
January 20, 1799, Sarah (Truly) Craddock, daughter
of John Truly and Jane Hatchett, and widow of William
Craddock. His father bequeathed him land in Henrico
3. Martha Vaughan (born 1762;
died in Charlotte County,
Virginia, June 15, 1840) married, in Amelia County,
December 27, 1784, Thomas Cook (died September 7,
1819), a Revolutionary War veteran.
4. Ann Vaughan married _______ Wright
X 5. James Vaughan
6. Joseph Vaughan
7. Elizabeth Vaughan married _______ Hundley
8. John Vaughan who was living
in Charlotte County,
Virginia, in 1805
X 9. Asa Vaughan married Jane Truly
10. Mary Vaughan
11. Martha A. E. Vaughan married _______ Mills
12. Joseph N. M. Vaughan
13. Frances J. Vaughan. She
may be Frances J. Vaughan
who married Francis Dyson in Amelia County, July 11,
1836, and perhaps lived in Nottoway County in 1850.
14. Sarah E. L. R. Vaughan
15. Julia Ann T. Vaughan
16. Amelia E. Vaughan
18. Mary Ann Vaughan (born
1805-1815) Mr. Motley-
Freeman wrote, "She married her double first cousin James
Armstead Vaughan (born ca 1800; living, in 1850, in Amelia
County), a son of Sarah (Truly) (Craddock) and Robert
Vaughan, Jr. and bore three children before her decease
about 1840. James Armstead was subsequently remarried.
19. James Parham Vaughan.
Untraced. Perhaps did not
20. Sidney Vaughan. No records found.
21. Asa Vaughan (born July
6, 1812; died in Lawrence
County, Alabama, to which place he had removed in 1844,
and buried in a field about 3 to 5 miles southwest of
Hillsboro, Alabama) married, February 21, 1841, in Amelia
County, Julia Ann Walthall (born March 17, 1822; died in
Lawrence County, Alabama, October 4, 1888), his first
cousin once removed - a cousin of his mother. "Also Julia
Ann was a sister of Mary Walthall who married Asa's
22. Henderson F. Vaughan married,
in Amelia County,
January 26, 1846, Marianna Barrett Walthall, daughter
of A. B. Walthall, and, according to Mr. Motley-Freeman,
Henderson's first cousin once removed No records found.
23. Martha Elizabeth Vaughan
(born January 18, 1816;
died November 19, 1855) married, on May 18, 1833, her
double first cousin, Albert Galletin Vaughan, son of Robert
Vaughan and Sarah Truly. They had three children. In
1850, Martha E. was head of a household in Amelia County,
so probably Albert G. had predeceased her.
24. Elsie Amanda Vaughan (born
ca 1818). Mr. Motley-
Freeman wrote, "About all that is known about Elsie
Amanda is that she married Benjamin Boisseau of Dinwiddie
County, Virginia...They had two children."
25. Judith Frances Vaughan
(born ca 1818), twin of Elsie
Amanda. She "died in early childhood..."
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