|Death: ||Sep. 11, 1882|
Son of Claw-see & Peggy Vann.
Brother of Ave, Salol, Lucy and Susan Vann.
Husband of Sallie (Lansit) Vann.
Father of Lila (Vann) Blossom.
Saturday fought in the Civil War in Company H, 3rd Regiment, Indian Territory Home Guard, Infantry.
NEWSPAPER ARTICLE: Saturday Vann, a prominent citizen of Saline District, this Nation, was fatally wounded with an ax, the 11th inst., by his son-in-law Blossom. Mr. Vann was well-advanced in years, and for some time has been not altogether rational. It is conjectured that he was probably the cause of the trouble. (Cherokee Advocate, Tahlequah I.T., Friday, September 15, 1882, Volume: 7, Issue: 19, Page: 3)
NEWSPAPER ARTICLE: Saturday Vann died from effects of the wound received at the hands of his son-in-law Blossom. The wound was inflicted with an old gun barrel, and not with an ax, as reported in last week's Advocate. Blossom is a prisoner under indictment for murder. (Cherokee Advocate, Tahlequah I.T., Friday, September 22, 1882, Volume: 7, Issue: 20, Page: 3)
Created by: Gwen Nolte
Record added: Mar 05, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 106244138
With love from a great-great-granddaughter of your brother, Ave Vann.|
Gwen Cochran Nolte
Added: Mar. 5, 2013