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Elizabeth Mentora Vaughan Brown
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Birth: 1835
Gwinnett County
Georgia, USA
Death: unknown
Polk County
Georgia, USA

She married Ephraim Jasper Brown in Calhoun County, Al. 1854, just over The State line, as many Folks did criss cross these areas. They have many generations following, who are Buried here.
Confederate Army Roster:
Ephraim J. Brown
Also Known As Name: E. Jasper Brown
Event Type: Military Service
Military Beginning Rank: Private
Military Final Rank: Private
Military Side: Confederate
State or Military Term: Alabama
Military Unit: 13th Regiment, Alabama Infantry
Military Company: H
Note: Original filed under E. Jasper/Brown
Affiliate Publication Title: Index to Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations From the State of Alabama.
Affiliate Publication Number: M374
Affiliate Film Number: 6

Their Children married into the Families of, Rudeseal, Carter, Morgan, Sargent and Hood, All buried here.
Elizabeth would be buried in one of the 60+ unmarked graves, here.
That is why Sanders Cemetery has many unmarked Graves, there wasn't a lot of money by 1864. Just Excellent Family History written over The Decades, of who Sleeps there.
In the Devastated State of Georgia, All Southern Families, Communities stayed close, worked together to Survive the Destruction of Millions of Acres of their Home State, that were put to The Torch.

Ephriam Jasper Brown, his father Larkin Brown, are connected to The Baker/Barker family, as follows. They came to Georgia from S.C., and on to Al.:
From Historic Archives:
Ephraim Barker was born about 1772. He married Rachel Brown in Jackson County, Georgia on 18 October 1810, when he was about thirty-eight. In 1817 he witnessed a deed for land on the Mulberry Fork of the Oconee River. In 1820 Ephraim lived in Hall County, Ga. with a woman and a boy.
He moved to Benton County, Alabama, by 1840. Ephraim Barker apparently died before 1860, when Rachel was living in Calhoun County, Alabama, in her Grandson's Larkin Brown's household.
Family links: 
  Davis S. Vaughan (1794 - 1882)
  Ephraim J. Brown (1831 - ____)*
  Martha Jane Brown Carter (1856 - 1912)*
  Johanna Catherine Brown Morgan (1862 - 1935)*
  Nancy Irene Brown Rudeseal (1870 - 1946)*
  Frederick W. Vaughn (1821 - 1904)*
  Judge H. Vaughn (1829 - 1900)*
  Judson Henry Vaughan (1829 - 1900)*
  Elizabeth Mentora Vaughan Brown (1835 - ____)
  Samuel E Vaughn (1840 - 1912)*
*Calculated relationship
Sanders Cemetery
Polk County
Georgia, USA
Created by: Dixie Home Georgia
Record added: Oct 31, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 99963828

- Dixie Home Georgia
 Added: Oct. 31, 2012

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