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.
Map of Fairfield CT coast from 1776 where my Vaughans were living when forced to migrate.
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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?
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William Tryon (8 June 1729 – 27 January 1788) was a British soldier and colonial administrator who served as governor of the Province of North Carolina (1765–1771) and the Province of New York (1771–1780). Tryon's policies during the Revolutionary War were described as savagely brutal by both sides of the conflict. Tryon advocated engaging in attacks on civilian targets, and commanded a series of raids on the Connecticut coast burning and plundering.
Thomas Hickey (died 28 June 1776) was a Continental Army soldier who was executed for mutiny and sedition early in the American Revolutionary War. He was the first person executed for treason against what was to become the United States.
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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?
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Yeah. I'm definitely going to Vermont. For research. John T. Vaughan, just where in Vermont were you born?
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Vermont, favorite place ever.
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I so want to take a New England Foilage tour - bucket list!
Reminds me of all the farms back home
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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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Vermont/Maine in the fall. I love fall leaves!
Vermont;;how could you not love such a beautiful place.
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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.
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Historic Depot Town in Ypsilanti, Washtenaw Co, MI. My 2nd great-grandfather, Daniel Rook Vaughan was born here in 1847.