Elizabeth Vaughan

(8 April 1653 - 29 October 1727)

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Relationship9th great-grandmother of The 3 Tracys
Family Group:Ohlheiser
Trees14 Generations of Our Ancestors
Our Ohlheiser Family Pedigree
FatherGeorge Vaughan (1621 - 20 Oct 1694)
MotherElizabeth Hincksman (c. 1631 - 24 Jun 1693)

Birth - Marriage - Death

ChildElizabeth Vaughan was born on 8 April 1653, in Plymouth Colony, New England. Sources say she was "of Middleborough" but Middleborough was not settled until 1660 so probably referring to where she was living when they were married.1
PrincipalShe was christened on 31 May 1657, in Scituate, Plymouth Colony, New England.
BrideElizabeth Vaughan married Isaac Howland, son of John Howland and Elizabeth Tilley, on 29 October 1667 in Plymouth, Plymouth Colony, New England.
DeceasedShe died on 29 October 1727 in Marshfield, Plymouth Co., Province of Massachusetts Bay, New England, at the age of 74.2

Children with Isaac Howland:

Sources - Citations

  1. [S548] Franklyn Howland, A Brief Genealogical and Biographical History of Arthur, Henry, And John Howland, and Their Descendants, of the United States and Canada (New Bedford, Massachusetts: by the author, 1885), pg.325.
  2. [S198] John T. Landis, Mayflower Descendants And Their Marriages For Two Generations After the Landing, Including a Short History of the Church of the Pilgrim Founders of New England (Washington, D.C.: Bureau of Military and Civic Achievement, 1922). Our digital library includes a PDF copy of the 1922 edition, digitized by the Internet Archive. < http://www.archive.org >
Last Edited8 Dec 2017

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