George Vaughan

(1621 - 20 October 1694)

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Relationship10th great-grandfather of The 3 Tracys
Family Group:Ohlheiser
Trees14 Generations of Our Ancestors
Our Ohlheiser Family Pedigree

Birth - Marriage - Death

ChildGeorge Vaughan was born in 1621, in England.
GroomHe married Elizabeth Hincksman, daughter of Edmund Hincksman, circa 1652.
InterredHe was buried in Nemasket Hill Cemetery, Middleborough, Plymouth Co., Province of Massachusetts Bay, New England.
DeceasedHe died on 20 October 1694 in Middleborough, Plymouth Co., Province of Massachusetts Bay, New England.

Children with Elizabeth Hincksman:

Some Life Events of Interest

George Vaughan was one of the first settlers of Middleboro in 1663. He had come from Scituate [1653] by way of Marshfield, where in 1658 he was fined 10 shillings for failing to attend public worship on the Lord's Day. He was the first person in Middleboro to be granted a license to keep an ordinary for the entertainment of strangers in 1669. On the first of June of that year he, along with others, was appointed to a board of commissioners to lay the town line between 'Nemasket Men's Land' and the towns of Marshfield, Duxbury and Bridgewater. In 1671, John Morton and George Vaughan were appointed to view the damages done to the Indians by the horses and dogs of the English. He was a constable in 1675 and a member of the garrison during King Philip's War. At the time of his death the value of his estate amounted to 43 pounds, 8 shillings and 4 pence. Hes will was dated 30 June 1694 and proved 10 Nov 1694. He lived in that part of Middleboro which was known as Wappanucket. Reference: Marshfield VR; Holmes, 'Ancestral Heads'; NEHGR 6:347; Weston, 59-60, 634. He is buried in Nemasket Hill Cemetery.
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