Newspaper: The Indian Citizen
July 29, 1897
At his Home in Stringtown, 22nd N. St., Louis Vaughan a prominent
young business man of that place and we believe postmaster at the time
of his death. The deceased had been a resident of Stringtown with his
family and mothers family, for several years and was highly esteemed by
all who knew him, as a reliable business man and a trustworthy gentleman
in every respect.
He was a member of the Masonic Lodge at this place and several
members of the lodge including S. B. Scratch, Rev. J. S. Murrow, G. A.
Pate and J. C. Downing, attended his burial at Stringtown on the 23rd.
The deceased leaves a wife and two small children to mourn his untimely
We sympathize greatly with them in their sad bereavement and
commend them to an all wise and just God. He and His promises only can
give them comfort.
Notes: Louis’ widow was Nora Annabelle Locke; his parents were
Taylor Vaughn and E. J. Greg Vaughn.
Submitted by Barbara Hollman HolmanBE@aol.com