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Deborah (#47704268)
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I am researching my maternal Vaughan/Vaughn "brickwalls" are my gr grandfather, JOHN HENRY VAUGHAN(VAUGHN) b 1848 the 1880 MO census is the last time I have found written documentation, he did settle his family in the early 1900s in Winn Parish LA...HIS parents, MABORN & LUCINDA VAUGHAN/VAUGHN living in the same household as John & wife Mary on the 1880 MO census...Maborn's name has been spelled Mayborn, Mayburn, Maburn, among several others...I have no idea when or where they passed away... I have my grandmother Mary, missing time from the MO 1880 census to 1910.. she shows up on the 1910 Winn Parish LA census and is buried there, I've been to her grave site.
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Joan Edmonson
RE: Lucinda Vaughn ~ Martin Cemetery
Hi Deborah,
So Sorry, but I have no idea about Lucinda Vaughn or Martin Cemetery. I only added names down there from a book that a neighbor loaned me. I'm way north of Cedar Co. in MN.
Added by Joan Edmonson on Feb 07, 2012 6:47 PM

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