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Vaughan Family to Australia

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Re: Vaughan Family to Australia

Posted: 17 Feb 2013 10:09PM GMT
Classification: Query
I don't know if this will help or hinder.

Edward Vaughan was not a property owner in the 1876 landowner list. www.failteromhat.com if he was renting he would be listed.

You can access the Deeds Registry in Dublin but I think its just an in person visit, you could visit their website and find out.

Registry of Deeds-Ireland, just google and looks for 'rootsweb'

Edward Vaughan is NOT in the 1901 census www.census.nationalarchives.ie

There is no name spelled Vaughan in the Tithe Applotments
1820-1839. Which I find unusual as by the time of Griffith Valuation 1846-1864 there are 455 Vaughan's.

Cork Valuation 1852 and there are 3 Timothy Vaughn's.
www.askaboutireland.ie

Timothy Vaughan, Parish of Clonfert, Townland Rossacon

Timothy Vaughan, Parish of Fermoy, Townland Fermoy

Timothy Vaughan, Parish of Kilmeen, Townland Toordenduff

1841 UK Census:

Timothy Vaughan, born Ireland, 25, Manchester

1871:

Timothy Vaughan, born Ireland, 35 St. James Parish, London

Passenger:

Timothy Vaughan
Catalonia May 16, 1890 Queenstown Cork to Boston, agricultural worker, Irish (no age)

www.censusfinder.com United Kingdom+Ireland+Cork
not just census
www.igp-web.com + Cork look for gravestone inscriptions

1/2 of Cork County has birth, marriage and death records, this 1/2 is called the North East. Mallow. Would not include Cork City.

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