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The general, the colonel, and Martha Jane

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Arlington, Texas : J.C. Vaughan, c1976
vii, 399 p., [9] leaves of plates : ill., maps, ports.
Vaughan's American histories; v. 19

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Colonel Alfred Jefferson Vaughan (1800-1871), eldest son of Sheriff Peter and Martha Boisseau Vaughan was born in Dinwiddie County, Virginia. At age twenty-three, he married a distant cousin, Dorothy Vaughan (1804?-1834), granddaughter of Revolutionary War veteran Lieutenant Robert Vaughan of Amelia County, Virginia. They had four children, 1824-1834. After her death, he became active in politics, and received the rank of Colonel in Indian service in Missouri and Montana. He died in Marshall County, Mississippi. His son, Alfred Jefferson Vaughan II, graduated from Virginia Military Institute in 1851. After living in Montana and California, he went to Marshall County, Mississippi, where he married Martha Jane Hardaway (1838-1911), daughter of Samuel Gilliam Hardaway (1812-1844) and Elizabeth Frances Grigg Hardaway (1816- 1844) in 1856, and settled on plantation. They had five children, 1858-1868?. He was a general in the Confederate Army and lost a leg during the Civil War.

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