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Scott M. Vincent's Family History Homepage

Updated June 8, 2003

Scott M Vincent
2569 Tully Ct
Lancaster, SC 29720
United States
sav98@comporium.net

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This is my Family History page on the world wide web

I am a family history enthusiast from South Carolina and this is my hobby brought into the 21st century on the world wide web.

This is my first attempt at putting my research on the web so this is a trial and error process. I have 4 branches of my family tree on this site on my maternal side.

CAUTHEN-This is probably the largest family tree I have. It covers the descendents of Thomas J. "Waxhaw" Cauthen (1832-1906)
The Cauthen line has been traced all the way back to England in the 1600's. The late Maryline Cauthen Westenhaver, a lady from Alabama, wrote a wonderful book in 1980 called 'The Cauthen Family History' and pretty much covered it all. All I can do is add on over the years to what she had done.

WHITE-The descendents of James D. White (1834-1876) and Emily Elizabeth McMurray White (1834-1915). Not much on the White's but I have found the McMurray line going back to Antrim County,Ireland in the 1700's.

BRAZELL-The descendents of Andrew and Martha Martin Brazell. The spellings vary from Brazell to Brazzell to Brazil..etc..I'm currently heavy into researching this line further, especially the children of Andrew and Martha. This family began in Fairfield County, S.C. where they both were born. Soon after their marriage in 1850, the moved to Lancaster County, S.C. and raised their family there. Several of the children moved to York County, S.C. (Rock Hill) My great grandfather J. Benjamin Brazell is the only one ( I think) to stay in Lancaster County. Andrew was a private in the Confederate Army. He was a member of Company H. 4th Batallion (Butlers) Volunteer Calvary known as "The Catawba Rangers". I have a link to the 4th batallion below.

VAUGHN-The descendents of John H. Vaughn (1843-??) and his wife Mary Diana Mobley Vaughn (1843-1916). John as well as Andrew J. Brazell (above) were Confederate veterans, in fact they were in the same company during the war, and were both privates. (see above). Mary Mobley Vaughn's parents were Jesse Burford Mobley and Hannah Matilda Rutledge. The Mobley family goes back to England where the name was originally "Mobberly" I have a link to an excellent Mobley website below as well as picure of my great great great grandfather Jesse B. Mobley.



Thanks for stopping by, feel free to email me if you have any comments, suggestions, leads, gripes, complaints..etc =)

if you find any incorrect information on this website, or if your name is on this website and you wish it to be removed..email me and I will make the requested changes.


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