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George Vaughan (b.1873)

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George Vaughan (c1873- ), possibly the founder of Vaughans

c1873 Born in Wolverhampton the son of George William Vaughan, Japanner, and his wife Emma Jane

1911 Living at Milton Villas, Penn Fields, Wolverhampton: George Vaughan (age 38 born Wolverhampton), Tin and Iron Plate Worker - Employer. With his wife Annie Vaughan (age 39 born Smethwick) and their six children; Edwin James Reeve (age 17 born Handsworth), Copper Plate Engraver; Cyril George Vaughan (age 14 born Wolverhampton); Dorothy Margaret Vaughan (age 13 born Wolverhampton); Ada Frances Vaughan (age 12 born Wolverhampton); Eric Roland Vaughan (age 9 born Wolverhampton); and Arthur Norman Vaughan (age 4 born Wolverhampton). [1]

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  1. 1911 Census