|Birth: ||Jun. 14, 1860|
|Death: ||Apr. 2, 1906|
Sarah Louisa Scott Vineyard was one of ten children of George Washington (1838-1892) & Margaret Elizabeth Agee Vineyard (III) (1840-1900). She was their eldest child.
She married Charles Wesley Vaughan September 18, 1889. Their children (found so far) were:
Son - John Pearce Vaughan (1892-1963) m. Anna Bertha Stewart (? - ?)
Dau - Bessie Elsa Mae Vaughan (1892-1982) m. Reuben Allen Yates (1887-1962)
Son - Charles Kenneth Vaughan (1894-1936) m. Lola Hank (? - ?)
Dau - Eula May Scott Vaughan (1896-1975) m. Peter Alonzo Wingo (1877-1960)
Son - Loyd Henderson (Shorty) Vaughan (1901-1967)
My husband, John (Sadie's great grandson) remembers taking a family trip when he was about six years old (would've been around 1960/1961) with his mother and father, Jean and Roy (Jean was Sadie's granddaughter) and his grandmother, Bessie (Sadie's daughter) in search of Sadie's gravesite to Arkansas from Texas. They found Greenwood Cemetery; however, Sadie's gravesite was never found on their trek. I don't know that the grave is marked.
John said he remembered his grandmother, Bessie, was very sad and upset at not finding the site, stating "they must've covered it over with a road, or something".
UPDATE: Found an envelope, recently, in the home of William Loyd (Loyd) Newman - former homestead of Walter Lee Yates (Sadie's Grandson) - upon Loyd's passing, and while cleaning-out his belongings, there was an envelope with Walter's writing on it. It said: "Grand Mother's Book and Family Records and etc. - For Mother. By W. L. Yates". In it were the pages of a book, probably long-since become unbound, referencing all kinds of home remedies, recipes, and so forth - something you may put in your Hope Chest, I presume. And, there were four pages in the center of the remains of the book with birthdates, death dates, and such. On the last page of this hand-written information, in what appears to be a very young girl's writing, there is a reference to Sadie L. Vaughan's death date and grave number in Greenwood Cemetery. It states "Nomber of Sadie L. Vaughan's grave 4041." I'm not sure if this would help anyone find a picture of her final resting place, but I'd be greatly indebted if someone could find the stone and obtain a picture of it.
Also found, face-down on a closet shelf with many quilts over it, was a frameless picture that appears to be a Wedding Photo of a young couple whom I believe to be Charles Wesley Vaughan and Sarah Louisa Scott Vineyard Vaughan on their Wedding Day. I cannot imagine who else it would be...they were a very handsome couple. I assume Walter put the picture there to protect it from the elements on the farm.
At the risk of being incorrect (which I don't think I am), I'm posting the picture here on Sadie's memorial and will also post on Charles Wesley Vaughan's memorial with this same caveat...
Rest In Peace, Sadie...
George Washington Vineyard (1838 - 1892)
Margaret Elizabeth Agee Vineyard (1840 - 1900)
Charles Wesley Vaughan (1864 - 1927)
John Pierce Vaughan (1892 - 1963)*
Bessie Elsa Mae Vaughan Yates (1892 - 1982)*
Charles Kenneth Vaughan (1894 - 1936)*
Eula M Vaughan Wingo (1896 - 1975)*
Loyd H. Vaughan (1901 - 1967)*
Sarah Louisa Scott Vineyard Vaughan (1860 - 1906)
John William Lee Vineyard (1862 - 1934)*
James L. Vineyard (1866 - 1909)*
Elizabeth Ida Mae Vineyard Amburn (1868 - 1901)*
Cordelia Cuba Pharian Vineyard Paschall (1871 - 1947)*
Robert A Vineyard (1873 - 1957)*
Hannah Ollie Jeanne Vineyard Paschall (1878 - 1951)*
Created by: j*
Record added: Nov 06, 2010
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