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Saturday, January 5, 2008

Elmer Paul Vaughn

Descendants of Elmer Paul Vaughn


Generation No. 1

1. ELMER PAUL7 VAUGHN (JOSEPH GEORGE6, JOSEPH THOMAS5, CORNELIUS4, CORNELIUS3, JAMES CORNELIUS2, LORD ROBERT1 VAUGHAN) was born January 18, 1911 in Entiat, WA (Chelan Co), and died August 1985 in Wenatchee, WA (Chelan Co). He married MILDRED MCCORMICK. She was born February 12, 1911, and died May 15, 1994 in Wenatchee, WA (Chelan Co).

More About ELMER PAUL VAUGHN:
Burial: Wenatchee, WA (Chelan Co) Wenatchee Cemetary

More About MILDRED MCCORMICK:
Burial: Wenatchee, WA (Chelan Co) Wenatchee Cemetary

1 comment:

Mamasauras said...

A couple of my memories of Uncle Elmer & Aunt Mildred --

They did not have children of their own, but were great with us kids. When we would come to visit at their house on Pioneer Drive in Wenatchee, they would save the little prizes that came in the cereal boxes so we could each have one at breakfast time. They also used REAL butter, which was a treat for us!

We would come over to Wenatchee in our trailer and park it in their long driveway. Sometimes we would sleep in our sleeping bags on their patio in the back of their house on the warm summer nights.

At Christmas time we always looked forward to receiving Aplets & Cotlets from them!

In later years, after Uncle Elmer passed away, I worked for a company that had a location in Wenatchee, so I went over there once a month. I visited with Aunt Mildred on one of my overnight trips and we had quite the girls night. She really tuckered ME out staying up late talking!

MariLyn Vaughn Sabo (Alfred & Naomi's daughter)