MY VAUGHAN FAMILY LINE

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  • ID: I19782
  • Name: CRADDOCK VAUGHN
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: ABT 1730 1
  • Death: BET 1807/1808
  • Note:
    GED-156 Note:
    His will dated 6 Aug 1807 and his land was recorded in probate on 11 Feb
    1808.
    1
  • Note:
    GED-156 Note with sources noted as [Sxx]:
    Craddock Vaughan was born say 1730. He married +? Parthenia Jeter,
    daughter of +? William Jeter and + Margaret Vaughan, say 1760 in Amelia?
    County, Virginia. He married his second wife Elizabeth Clough on 22
    December 1800 in Amelia County, Virginia. He died between 6 August 1807
    and 11 February 1808 in Lunenburg County, Virginia. On 11 February 1808
    his estate was recorded in Lunenburg County. In 1761 he witnessed a land
    deed in Lunenburg County: Philip Combs to John Elmore, 40 pds. for 150
    acs. in Lunenburg, by patent to Thos. Winn Aug. 7, 1761, head of some
    branches of Fucking [now Modest] Creek adj. Richd. Stone (?). /s/ Phillip
    (X) Combs. Abigail (X) Combs. Wits: Jos. Winn, Craddock Vaughan. John
    Winn, Elisha Winn.[S190] (Lunenburg Records)

    "No. 20. Returns by Jeremiah Glenn & Tscharner DeGraffenreidt,
    processioned, 30th of March, 1768.
    In obedience to an order of Vestry we, Jeremiah Glen & TsCharner
    DeGraffenreidt have processioned the following lands lying between Reedy
    Creek, Reedy Creek old road, Coxes road and the North Meherrin River (to
    wit) † The line between Tscharner DeGraffenreidt and Edward Self, between
    Tscherner DeGraffenreidt and William Overby, between William Overby and
    Craddock Vaughn, between Craddock Vaughn and Wm. Jeter, between Craddock
    Vaughn and Batt Baker. Present John Wood & Edward Self. The line between
    Craddock Vaughn & TsCharner De Graffenreidt, between Robert Scott &
    Tscharner DeGraffenreidt, between Robert Scott and Craddock Vaughan,
    between Robert Scott and John Scott, between John Scott and Batt Baker,
    between John Scott and William Love, between William Love and Batt Baker,
    between Wm. Love and Moses Estes, between Moses Estes and Wm. Jeter,
    between Batt Baker and Wm. Jeter, between Batt Baker and Moses Estes, the
    parties all present.
    (Cumberland Parish, Lunenburg Co, Virginia, 1746-1816, Vestry Book,
    1746-1816, Landon C. Bell, Richmond, 1930; Clearfield Company, 1994; GPC,
    Baltimore, 1994)[S190]

    On 27 November 1775 Craddock sold land in Lunenburg County. (Lunenburg
    County, Virginia DB 12:479-480)

    On 22 July 1793 +? Craddock Vaughan sold two slaves to his son, James
    Vaughan of Halifax County, and specified that the profits of their use to
    go to Craddock’s daughter Martha Dickie, wife of John Dickie of Halifax
    County. (Halifax County Deed Book 15, Page 640) The end result of this
    sale was made in court in South Carolina in 1814.[S31]

    He left a will on 6 August 1807 in Lunenburg County.
    Will of Craddock Vaughan, Sr. and Settlement
    Will excerpts: Executor to sell all stock of horses (there are
    exclusions), 290 acres owned in Botetourt County, VA, other items; land
    and plantation to wife Elizabeth as long as she lives, and then divided
    between daughters Susannah Biggers and Polley Vaughan; remaining real and
    personal estate not otherwise divided between 2 daughters; appoints James
    Vaughan, George Clarke and John Allen executors. Witnesses were George
    Clarke, Henry Newbill, Banister Jordan, and William Craghead. Dated 6 Aug
    1807 and recorded 11 Feb 1808. (Lunenburg Will Book 6 page 205)

    Appraisal of personal property recorded 13 October 1808, LWB 6, page 236.
    Account of sales of personal property recorded 13 Oct 1808, LWB 6, pg 239.
    By court order of Sept 1809, an accounting of the estate of Craddock
    Vaughan, Jr.,
    deceased, with James Vaughan, resident of Halifax County, executor and Wm.
    Vaughan for James Vaughan security. (Lunenburg County Deeds, order
    recorded 13 Sep 1810) Balance of estate 17/12/19.5. (Lunenburg County
    Deeds, account dated 9 Aug 1810)
    1



    Marriage 1 PARTHENIA JETER
    • Married: ABT 1760 in ,[prob] Amelia Co.,Colonial Virginia 1 2
    Children
    1. Has No Children Polly VAUGHN
    2. Has No Children Craddock VAUGHN b: ABT 1762
    3. Has Children James VAUGHN b: ABT 1764
    4. Has No Children Martha PATSY VAUGHN b: ABT 1768
    5. Has No Children Ermine Elliott VAUGHN b: 11 DEC 1769 in Charlotte County, Virginia
    6. Has Children WILLIAM VAUGHN b: ABT 1770
    7. Has No Children Jairus VAUGHN b: ABT 1775
    8. Has No Children Susanna VAUGHN b: ABT 1776 in ,Lunenburg Co.,VA

    Sources:
    1. ]]]A CD with large "PDF' file of "The Ancestors of Laura Elizabeth
      Vaughn". A very comprehensive 190 page ahnentafel report with notes,
      sources, photos and index which was researched and prepared by Elizabeth
      Foster Tilton, 2661 Tallent Road MW-512, Santa Barbara, CA 93105. copy
      sent to A.E. Holmes in July 2008.
      <ejtilton@cox.net> {REF GED-156}
    2. WorldConnect file "Oakes/Brunson" of Elaine Oakes updated April 12, 2008.
      <eoakes@blueridge.net>. {Ref MN-632}
      Information on the Immigrant, John Jeter in Caroline Co,VA
      Information and notes on the William JETTER line in SC.

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