Notes for James Fielding Vaughan: Jim and Janis have a plat map of the 3816.70 acres granted to Fielding Vaughan located in Dallas County, Alabama (near Selma).
They have signed Land Grants:
One is signed by President John Quincy Adams 28.18 acres to Benjamin Glover, May 8, 1826. Don't know who Glover is in relation to Vaughan family, but it must tie in with the property in Cahaba, Alabama.
Also signed by John Quincy Adams is a Land Grant of 74.19 acres to Fielding Vaughan. Land also in Cahaba, Dallas County, dated April 10, 1828.
Signed by James Monroe, President, a Land Grant for 74.18-3/4 acres at Cahaba, Alabama, to William D. Bradford. Dated June 7, 1824.
Land Grant to William Ewen (or Wren?), 1825, land in Cahaba signed by John Quincy Adams.
Land Grand to Fielding Vaughan from Andrew Jackson, October 14, 1835.
Land Grant to Fielding Vaughan, March 12, 1834 signed by Commissioner of Land Office for Andrew Jackson.
Land Grant signed as above for Andrew Jackson, June 4, 1833.
These lands became part of the 4000 acres the Fielding Vaughans owned. Jim and Janis have a map of the location in Alabama (it's near Selma).
Andrew Johnson (President) signed a return of lands (taken during Civil War) to James F. Vaughan and a Pardon because he served as an officer in the Civil War for the South.
Mickey's father was also in the Civil War. Vaughans have a shoe of the mule he rode in the War. The mule saved him from freezing when they slept next to each other out in the fields.
Vaughans have the wrought iron gate from the family cemetery (with lambs on it) labelled 1869, Fielding Vaughan. Family cemetery was on the old plantation near Selma, AL. Jim and his mother Mickey went to see it by train (and were in a train wreck in Colorado).
More About James Fielding Vaughan and Lora (Mickey) Augusta Warner: Death of one spouse: San Diego. Marriage: October 09, 1926, San Diego.
Children of James Fielding Vaughan and Lora (Mickey) Augusta Warner are: