I believe there was a family relationship between the BREWER'S, HOWELL'S AND VAUGHAN families.
Here is a copy of the original John VAUGHAN Will.
WILL OF JOHN VAUGHAN Dated Aprl 10, 1820
In the name of God Amen
I John Vaughan being very weak in body but of sound mind and memory calling to mind that it is appointed for all men once to die doth make this my last Will and Testament, In the first place I give and bequeath unto my beloved wife Judy Vaughan all my housel ?(household?) furniture and with my ? horses cattle and hogs, as long as she lives, and then for her to divide all that? property between Polly Wilson Beniman and Isham a son of my daughter Clarey? to have his part equal of the three and then is William and Agathe and Jonathan shall have five shillings each.Whereof I have hereto subscribed my? hand and caused my seal to be affixed the 10th day of April 1820.