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The history of William Vaughan and related families

compiled and edited by Margaret Walter Croom Frandsen and Jean Knight Whalen
Books/Monographs/Book with Fiche
English
[Las Vegas, Nevada?] : M.A. Frandsen, 1989
iv, 289 leaves : ill., facsims., plans, ports.

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Related families include McGinnis, Clark, Hanshew, and Underhill.

Includes "William Winton Hanshew and Louisa G. Hubble Hanshew family history."

William Vaughan came to America, probably from Wales, in the early 1700s and settled in Virginia. He married a Cherokee, Fereby Benton. They lived successively in the Clinch River Valley, now Russell County, Virginia; Hawkins County, Tennessee; and Wayne County, Missouri. William died in northwest Arkansas ca. 1838. Fereby died in Madison County, Arkansas when she was over 100 years of age. Descendants of William and Fereby are found in Arkansas, Oklahoma, Missouri, Arizona, California, and elsewhere. William Winton Hanshew (1838-1911) was born in Wythe County, Virginia and died in Arkansas.

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