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Re: Samuel Vaughan
Posted by: Patrick Anderson Date: January 05, 2002 at 17:06:58
In Reply to: Samuel Vaughan by Mary Anne of 168

Sylvester is not named in Samuels estate papers so he likely died before his fahter and would make a good candidate for the father of Mary Averett Vaughan and it would explain why she got the land as it was likely her fathers sahre of the estate.

Samuel 07/20/1735 Prince George Co
353a lower side middle Seller Fork of Deep Creek adj West, Dennis

Samuel 09/20 1745 Prince George Co
317a lower side of Georges Branch of Nummisseen Creek

Bristol Parish Register
Sarah dau of Samuel & Margrett Vaughan 29 July 1735
Sylvana dau of Samuel & Margret Vaughan Aug 1st 1742
Silvester son of Samuell & Margaret Vaughan March 14th 1744/45

Will Book 3 Amelia Co page 56 Samuel dated Aug 6, 1781 presented Nov 22, 1781 names son Samuel given land in Prince George County on Tuckers run 169 acres (sound familiar) dau Amy Clay, grandson Samuel Clay, dau Silvania Westbrook, grandson Samuel Westbrook, granddaughter Mary Evret Vaughan, granddaughter Nancy Jackson Westbrook, daughter Sarah Vaughan the plantation whereon I now live. presented Nov 22, 1781
[Silvania md James Westbrook Amy md Isham Clay named in estate dispute]

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