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Abt 1696
King & Queen, Virginia
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8 Mar 1634
Spotsylvania, Virginia
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Abt 1720
of Virginia 
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                   The will of Cornelius Vaughan was found in a chancery court case and published in THE MAGAZINE OF VIRGINIA GENEALOGY, Vol. 37, No. 3, August 1999. He didn't mention a son named Martin, but did mention an unborn child. Since Cornelius' widow, Elizabeth, in her own will, mentioned her son Martin, it seems reasonable to think that that unborn child was Martin. In Caroline County, Virginia, on April 12, 1751, one Martin Vaughn bound himself as apprentice to Thomas Montague. I believe he would have been at least 14 in order to bind himself, and probably was not yet 21, therefore, born between 1730 and 1737. If, as I believe, he was the posthumous son of Cornelius Vaughan, he was probably born between November 1735 and May 1736.2. 1704 VA Rent Rolls Vaughan Cornelius King & Queen County, 1704
                  
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