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    Places My Vaughan Family Lived & Where I Wanna Visit

    These are some of the places my Vaughan ancestors lived. Josephus Vaughan was the son of Benjamin and Mary Rose Vaughan. He was a Loyalist and relocated his family from Fairfield, Connecticut to Noyan, Quebec after the American Revolutionary War.


    Places My Vaughan Family Lived & Where I Wanna Visit

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    Map of Fairfield CT coast from 1776 where my Vaughans were living when forced to migrate.

    Fairfield, CT

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    Lord William Tryon. [More like, Tyrant.] Dude was out of control. Wonder just how many families either perished or fled their homes and lands because of his handiwork?

    William Tryon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Depiction of Fairfield, CT and the fires that Lord William Tryon set during the American Revolutionary War 1777. Ironically, a Daniel Tryon of Fairfield, CT married an Ellenor Vaughan sister to Josephus Vaughan, my 6th Great-Grandfather. The fires he set caused my Vaughans and Tryons to migrate to Noyan, Quebec. Nice guy, eh? And were these Tryons related?

    GREAT FIRES OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION - A LECTURE BY JOHN HORRIGAN

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    Yeah. I'm definitely going to Vermont. For research. John T. Vaughan, just where in Vermont were you born?

    Alburgh, VT

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    Daniel Rook Vaughan's grandfather was John Towner Vaughan (my 4th great-grandfather), and he was born in Vermont. Somewhere.

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    Lynds Smith Vaughan, a cousin of my 2nd Great-Grandfather's, Daniel Rook Vaughan's. He lived in Manitoba and had been the Mayor of Selkirk.

    City of Selkirk

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    Loyalist Plaque in Caldwell Manor in Noyan, Quebec where my Loyalist Vaughan family relocated to from Fairfield, CT after the American Revolutionary War.

    Loyalist Monuments - Caldwell Manor plaque, Noyan, Quebec

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    Noyan, Quebec. My 6th great-grandfather, Josephus Vaughan was a Loyalist. He and his family who lived in Connecticut relocated to Noyan Quebec via Vermont after the American Revolutionary War.

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    St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Ypsilanti, MI where my Vaughan family worshipped.

    Ypsilanti, MI

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    Historic Depot Town in Ypsilanti, Washtenaw Co, MI. My 2nd great-grandfather, Daniel Rook Vaughan was born here in 1847.

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