Grandpa met Grandma in December 1942 at the First Church of the Nazarene in Seattle. She was playing her violin, when they were introduced by a man named Bill Campbell, a mutual friend. In Early 1943, Grandpa asked for Grandma's hand in marriage. He asked her if she would accept a "special ring" and become his bride. Being raised in a conservative home, she asked for "time to consider", but with a kindly "twinkle" in her eye she said "Yes!" They were married at the First Nazarene church in Seattle. The reception was held at the Reverend Edward's home.
Joseph George Vaughn, age 20
Here are the children that were present at Joseph George Vaughn's funeral.
On November the 18th, Grandpa & Grandma Vaughn left to visit his father, Joseph George Vaughn in Entiat, Washington, who was ill. Grandpa Joseph George Vaughn, then presented Grandpa Alfred Tennyson Vaughn with the Gold Headed Cane he received from his father Cornelius Vaughn, a book of Bible Studies written by his Grandfather George Hand.