Here is some of what I have on the McVaughs (Most of it thanks to my uncle, Jim Kropff). Does any one additions or corrections to this info. I hope this might help others.
- Brian Wolf
Descendants of John McVaugh
Generation No. 1
1.JOHN MCVAUGH(JOSEPH?) was born October 28, 1790 in Montgomery Co., Penn., and died December 13, 1868 in Barren Hill, Penn.He married (1) MARTHA.He married (2) SUSANNA LINDSEY December 05, 1811 in Upper Dublin Township, Montgomery County, PA.She was born Abt. 1792.
Notes for JOHN MCVAUGH:
His father may be Joseph McVaugh.
1774 TAX LIST ABINGTON TWP, Philadelphia (now Montgomery) Co, PA
From PA ARCHIVES, Series 3, Volume 14, pp.307-310
1779 ABINGTON TAX LIST
From PA ARCHIVES Series 3, Vol.14, pp.565-569
HEADS OF FAMILIES 1790 CENSUS
CHELTENHAM TOWNSHIP Montgomery Co, PA
From "BEAN'SHISTORYOF MONTGOMERY COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA," by Wm. J. Buck
THE township of Abington is situated in the extreme southeastern section of the county and is bounded on the northwest by Upper Dublin, northeast by Moreland, southeast by Philadelphia, and southwest by Springfield, Cheltenham and the borough of Jenkintown.It is five miles long and three and a quarter wide and contains ten thousand one hundred and sixty acres.By the erection of Jenkintown in 1874 its area and population have been reduced.
The surface is generally rolling and in the northwestern section the limestone and iron-ore belt commences about half a mile in width and continues in a southeast course to the Schuylkill.Edge Hill is the most considerable elevation and confines the limestone valley entirely to its northern side.The soil is a fertile loam and where the limestone abounds among the best in the county.Lime is extensively manufactured and considerable ore is obtained for the neighboring furnaces and shipped by railroad.The Pennypack Creek flows through interesting scenery for a mile and a half across the eastern angle, in which distance it receives several tributary streams.Sandy Run has its source within a few yards of the Moreland line and flows for a distance of nearly three miles across tire northern part of the township, but furnishes no water-power.
From a return made by the constable at the order of Thomas Penn, Abington was reported in 1734 to contain forty-two resident landholders and taxables, as follows:
Jeremiah McVaugh, 100 arces
Also, in Moreland Co. (next to Abington) in 1734 was Joseph McVaugh, with 100 acres.
Also, in lower Dublin in 1734 was Edmond McVaugh.
Also, in Upper Dublin in 1776 was Daniel McVaugh.
Also, in Cheltenham Twp. in 1776 was Jacob McVaugh.
And ABINGTON TOWNSHIP TAX LIST 1774: Jacob McVaugh.
Also, in Cheltenham Twp. in 1693 was Edmund McVaugh.
Also, Military: Post Rev War: Philadelphia County Muster Rolls, Philadelphia Militia, 1783-1790
Pa. Archives, Vol. III-6th Series:
McVaugh, Benjamin, Col.1st Batt, no co. 1784
Also,Civil War: PA Soldiers Interred in the Military Asylum Cemetery, DC:
McVaugh, J., Private, 147th Reg., Died 02 Aug. 1863
Other researchers are:
Diane Benventano, firstname.lastname@example.org
Franklin Denton McVaugh
2214 Carmel Drive
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80910-1141
Fax: (719) 632-1338
Joseph M. McVaugh,JoeMcV@inficad.com
From Diane Benventano
Marriages from the Docket of Thomas Livezey, Abingon, Springfield and Upper Dublin Townships, Justice of Peace 1799-1812 listed the marriage of John and Susanna on December 5, 1811. It has been found that John spelled his name "McVaugh"and also "McVeaugh".
In the 1810 census a John McVaugh is listed in Philadelphia County, Lower Dublin Township, Pennsylvania. John is in Abington Township in 1820 and in the
1830 census in Abington Township.
In 1820 John is in Abington where he is engaged in agriculture and has a household of the following:
3 males under 10 years of age,
1 male 26-40 years of age
1 female age 16-26.
John's household in 1830 consists of:
1 male age 5 and under,
2 males 15-20 years of age,
1 male 30-40 years of age,
1 female age 5 and under,
1 female age 5-10,
1 female age 30-40.
There is no listing for a John McVaugh in the 1840 census for Abington Township.
Church records from St. Peters Church, Barren Hill, Whitemarsh Township, Pennsylvania show a John as having died on December 13, 1868, age 78 years, 1 month and 15 days. He died from consumption.
Joseph M. McVaugh, FamilyHistory.com, McVaugh Surname Message Board, May 22, 2000: "I have a third great Grandfather John McVaugh that my records show was born on 28 Oct. 1790 in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. His death date is shown as 13 Dec 1868 in Barren Hill Pennsylvania. His father is listed as Joseph McVaugh. That is the only information I have on this Joseph. My records on John's family are, at best confused, so use the following for ideas, not facts. I show John as having two wives, Susanna Lindsey married on 5 Dec. 1811, and Martha. Don't have any other information on Martha. I show a son Hiram born to John and Martha about 1804. There are other brothers and sisters shown, Scyler born about 1805, David born about 1817, Jacob born 29 Jan 1818 my (my second great Grandfather), Alfred born about 1824, Luckins born about 1827, Jonathan born about 1832, and William about 1820. Again, I am sure some of this information is incorrect, but it might give you a starting point. I would appreaciate receiving any information that corrects the above, or adds to it."
"I have heard an interesting rumor from a couple of sources that all of the Pennsylvania McVaughs descended from an Edmund McVaugh who arrived in Delaware on 3 August 1682 on the ship Amity, of London as an indentured servant to Thomas Holmes, general surveyor to William Penn, and came to own property near Philadelphia. I have no documented tie to my McVaughs, but Edmund's descendents have names, e.g. Luckins, similar to my ancestors. This is another interesting area of research. I am sure you are aware that McVaugh is only one spelling of a bunch of McV names, e.g. McVay, McVey, McVeigh etc. There is a large group of McVaughs in the Norristown Penn. Area in the late 1700 to early 1800 time frame. I have found no documented tie in to the Abington McVaughs. "Joseph M. McVaugh" email dated June 25, 2000
Thomas Holme's will dated Dec 10, 1694 in Dublin Twp. , Philadelphia Cnt. Edmund McQeagh is shown as a witness. "Abstracts, Will Books: A-D: 1682 - 1726: Philadelphia Co, PA, USGENWEB Archives
Child of JOHN MCVAUGH and MARTHA is:
i. SCYLER MCVAUGH, b. Abt. 1805, Abington Township, Montgomery Co., Pennsylvania; m. REBECCA MCGIRL?, February 16, 1832, First Presbyterian Church, Abington, Montgomery Co., Penn..
Notes for SCYLER MCVAUGH:
Also found as Schulyer McVaugh in the records. Reference: Joseph McVaugh.
Children of JOHN MCVAUGH and SUSANNA LINDSEY are:
2. ii. JACOB MCVAUGH, b. January 29, 1818, Penn; d. March 11, 1910, Abington, Montgomery Co., Penn..
3. iii. HIRAM MCVAUGH, b. Abt. 1812, Montgomery Co., Penn.; d. Aft. 1870, Pennsylvania.
iv. DAVID MCVAUGH, b. Abt. 1817, Montgomery County, Pennsyalvania.
v. WILLIAM MCVAUGH, b. Abt. 1820.
vi. LUCKINS MCVAUGH, b. Abt. 1827.
vii. ALFRED MCVAUGH, b. 1827, Montgomery County, Pennsyalvania.
Notes for ALFRED MCVAUGH:
Alfred's gravestone notes he was 65 years of age when he died. He was buried on June 15, 1892, Hillside Cemetery, Abington Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.
More About ALFRED MCVAUGH:
Burial: June 15, 1892, Hillside Cemetery, Abington Twp, Montgomery Co., Penn.
viii. JONATHAN MCVAUGH, b. Abt. 1832, Montgomery County, Pennsyalvania.
Generation No. 2
2.JACOB MCVAUGH (JOHN, JOSEPH?) was born January 29, 1818 in Penn, and died March 11, 1910 in Abington, Montgomery Co., Penn..He married CAROLINE LENHART.She was born 1823.
Children of JACOB MCVAUGH and CAROLINE LENHART are:
4. i. JOSEPH MCVAUGH, b. March 20, 1846, Abington Twp, Montgomery Co., Penn.; d. August 18, 1923, Abeline, Dickinson Co., Kansas.
5. ii. AMOS MCVAUGH, b. Abt. 1841, Abington Twp, Montgomery Co., Pennsylvania.
iii. FREDERICK MCVAUGH, b. Abt. 1843.
Notes for FREDERICK MCVAUGH:
197 Regiment, COMPANY F,Frederick McVaugh, must. in July 18, 1864; must. out with company Nov. 11, 1864.
3.HIRAM MCVAUGH (JOHN, JOSEPH?) was born Abt. 1812 in Montgomery Co., Penn., and died Aft. 1870 in Pennsylvania.He married JANE.She was born June 22, 1822 in Pennsylvania, and died July 08, 1862 in Abington Township, Montgomery Co., Penn.
Notes for HIRAM MCVAUGH:
From Diane Benventano
Hyram McVaugh in Abington Township in 1822 is shown in the List of Poor Children to be Educated at County Expense - Abington Township as "John McVaugh's child Hyram McVaugh". According to Vivian F. Taylor, Staff Genealogist at the Montgomery County Historical Society wrote that before the Public School Act was passed in Pennsylvania in 1835, parents had to pay for their own children's schooling. If they could not afford to do so, the county had to pay for the schooling. These records were kept at the end of the Township tax lists for each year.
There is a Hiram McVaw (phonetic?) in the 1840 Abington Township, Montgomery County census who is 28 years of age. In his household there is:
1 male 20-30 years of age,
1 female under 5, and
1 female between the age of 20 and 30.
(note: there is also a Joseph and a William McVaw listed in Abington in 1840.)
The 1841 Abington tax roll lists David, Hiram and a Joseph together in one posting. Could they be brothers?
In 1850 Hiram is in Abington Township, Montgomery County. There is also a Schuyler, Jacob and William Mcvaugh all living close to Hiram and one another.
In the 1860 census, Hiram is in Abington Township, Montgomery County. He is a farm laborer.
In 1870 Hiram is living in Cheltenham in Montgomery County with his two youngest daughters and there is no Hiram in the 1880 soundex for Pennsylvania.
George W. McVaugh's death certificate verifies that Hiram is his father, mother unknown.
Notes for JANE:
From Diane Benventano
Noted as "Jena," wife of Hiram McVaugh, d. July 8, 1862, aged 40 year, 16 days in the Abington Presbyterian Church yard. From "Montgomery County, Pennsylvania Tombstone Inscriptions"prepared by NSDAR Chapters 1938.
Children of HIRAM MCVAUGH and JANE are:
i. LETITIA MCVAUGH, b. March 24, 1839; d. February 03, 1907; m. MORRIS B. LENHART; b. 1835, Upper Dublin, Pennsylvania.
Notes for MORRIS B. LENHART:
His named might really be Benjamin Morris Lenhart.
ii. LEVI MCVAUGH, b. Abt. 1840; m. CATHERINE.
Notes for LEVI MCVAUGH:
Census: 1870, Abington Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
Occupation: 1870, Limeburner
iii. JOHN MCVAUGH, b. Abt. 184213.
Notes for JOHN MCVAUGH:
John is living with his brother Levi in 1870. He is a driver of a team.
iv. REBECCA MCVAUGH, b. Abt. 1844.
v. SUSAN MCVAUGH, b. Abt. 1845.
6. vi. GEORGE WASHINGTON MCVAUGH, b. March 04, 1847, Pennsylvania; d. March 23, 1933, Horsham, Montgomery County, Penn..
Generation No. 3
4.JOSEPH MCVAUGH (JACOB, JOHN, JOSEPH?) was born March 20, 1846 in Abington Twp, Montgomery Co., Penn., and died August 18, 1923 in Abeline, Dickinson Co., Kansas.He married SUSANNA "SUSAN" A. SHUMAN September 26, 1870, daughter of WILLIAM SCHUMANN and BARBARA ALLMAN.She was born December 05, 1850 in Chestnut Hill, Philidelphia Co., Penn., and died December 16, 1909 in Abeline, Dickinson Co., Kansas.
Notes for JOSEPH MCVAUGH:
In 1881 he moved to Cleever Township, Dickinson Co., Kansas. Then in 1904 he moved to Abeline, Kansas. He was a Farmer.
"On July 11, 1881, Daniel Coleman (deceased) of Essex County, Massachusetts, through his executor, William Coleman, acknowledged a debt of Joseph McVaugh in the amount of $1,500.00. In agreement, William Coleman conveyed to Joseph McVaugh the N 1/2 SW 1/4 Section 21, Township 11 South (Cheever Township), Range 2 East of the 6th Prime Meridian, 80 acres, more of less, for the sum of $1,115.00. The terms of this transaction was that Joseph pay Coleman $179.00 cash; $123.20 on May 1, 1882, $118.40 on May 1, 1883; $113.60 on May 1, 1884; $108.80 on May 1, 1885; $104,00 on May 1, 1886; $99.20 on May 1, 1887; $94.40 on May 1, 1888; $89.60 on May 1, 1889; and $84.80 on may 1, 1890.
"It appears that Joseph had signed a non-interest bearing promissary note with Daniel Coleman and had made payments prior to Daniel Coleman's death of $350.00, sometime in 1878, as Joseph was to pay all taxes suseqent to 1878."
"On June 1, 1898, S. S. Smith of Abilene, Kansas sold to Joseph McVaugh for the sum of $1,250.00 the S 1/2, SW 1/4, Section 21, Township 11 South, Range 2 East of the 6th Prime Meridan."
"On ________, Joseph McVaugh purchased lots 25 and 26 in block 18, Kuney and Hodges addition, Abilene, Kansas except for the North 55 feet of said lots East of the 6th Prime Meridan."
"On July 21, 1924, following the death of Joseph McVaugh, there was a court action for the distribution of Joseph's Estate. This was apparently a legal maneuver to preserve the farm. It was resolved that the farm could not be divided. Value of the farm on May 21, 1924 was $13, 600.00 and value of the lots 25 and 26 in Abilene was $3, 400."
"Subsequent to July 21, 1924, the following actions were taken:
"On December 5, 1923, a petition was filed by Laura McVaugh and Mary McVaugh alleging they are tenets-in-common with Caroline Kropff, Jacob McVaugh and Bessie Bryson and pray for partition of the lands and tenements constitution of the SW 1/4 of Section 21, Township 11 South, Range 2 East of the 6th Prime Meridan, and lots 25 and 26 in block 18, Kuney and Hodges addition in Abilene.
The defendants in this petition are Roy Kropff, Carl Kropff, Charles Kropff, the minor children of Jacob Kropff and Caroline (McVaugh) Kropff and Bessie McVaugh, Otis McVaugh, Jacob McVaugh Jr. (Jakie) and Earl McVaugh, the minor children of Jacob McVaugh. (Note: There was no mention of Hazel, Opal, Icle or Tom McVaugh, not the adult children of Jacob and Caroline Bryson. The laws in the State of Kansas must have excluded any grand-children who had reached their majority from the list of decendants.) (Jakie's given name is confirmed here and in the family bible as Jacob Denton McVaugh, Jr., and that Jakie was a nickname.)
On July 22, 1924, to resolve this matter, a deed was issued to Bessie (Rebecca McVaugh) Bryson for all of the land and lots at their appraised value by the Sheriff of Dickenson County, Kansas. It can be assumed that the monies Bessie Bryson gave the Estate were distributed among the other children and minor grand-children of Joseph, though there are no documents to indicate such."
More About JOSEPH MCVAUGH:
Burial: Abilene Cemetery, Abilene, Kansas
Fact 1: 1881, moved to Cleever Township,Dickinson Co. KA
Fact 2: 1904, moved to Abeline, Kansas
Fact 6: Farmer
Notes for SUSANNA "SUSAN" A. SHUMAN:
Susan was a Quaker. References: Joseph McVaugh
Children of JOSEPH MCVAUGH and SUSANNA SHUMAN are:
7. i. CAROLINE SUSAN MCVAUGH, b. June 28, 1873, Germantown, Ward 22 Philadelphia Co., Penn; d. August 28, 1944, Hereford, Deaf Smith Co., Texas.
ii. JACOB MCVAUGH, b. January 26, 1875, Germantown, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania; d. February 21, 1941, Dickinson Co., Kansas; m. SARA ELIZABETH JEFFCOAT, February 16, 1898, Dickinson, Kansas; b. October 21, 1877, Industry, Dickinson Co., Kansas; d. December 14, 1955, Clay Center, Kansas.
iii. WILLIAM MCVAUGH, b. Abt. February 1880, Abington Twp, Montgomery Co., Pennsylvania; d. July 05, 1881, Talmage, Dickinson, Kansas.
iv. LAURA MCVAUGH, b. October 28, 1881, Talmage, Dickinson, Kansas; d. October 03, 1949, Pennsylvania.
v. REBECCA "BESSIE" MCVAUGH, b. December 13, 1883, Talmage, Dickinson Co., Kansas; d. October 22, 1961, Dickinson, Kansas; m. PAUL B. BRYSON, January 01, 1901.
vi. MARY ELLEN MCVAUGH, b. October 08, 1888, Abilene, Kansas; d. November 24, 1971, Walla Walla, Washington.
5.AMOS MCVAUGH (JACOB, JOHN, JOSEPH?) was born Abt. 1841 in Abington Twp, Montgomery Co., Pennsylvania.He married ELIZA.
Notes for AMOS MCVAUGH:
Listed in the 1860 census of Montgomery County, Abington as a farm laborer. In the 1870 census of Eastern Pennsylvania he is listed as age 30. He is not listed in the 1880 Philadelphia County or the Montgomery County census.
Child of AMOS MCVAUGH and ELIZA is:
i. CLARA MCVAUGH, b. Abt. 1876.
6.GEORGE WASHINGTON MCVAUGH (HIRAM, JOHN, JOSEPH?)was born March 04, 1847 in Pennsylvania, and died March 23, 1933 in Horsham, Montgomery County, Penn..He married MARGARET CROTTS.She was born May 1851 in Hannersville, Davidson County, North Carolina, and died 1922.
Notes for GEORGE WASHINGTON MCVAUGH:
From Diane Benventano
According to the Family Tree Maker file in CD vol 3, Tree #1836, George was in the Civil War at the age of fourteen. In the 1880 census he was a laborer, age 32. His wife Margaret is listed as a housekeeper with children George, age 7, David, age 9, and Washington , age 5. The previous three sons were attending school and Henry, age 3 was at home.
In the 1870 census for Abington, Montgomery County, which was enumerated in July, Washington McVaugh, age 22, is working as a farmer. He is living in the home of John Stout, a lime burner. Located G. Washington in the 1880 census for Abington Township, Montgomery County verifying information given in the Family Tree Maker file. George is listed in the 1900 census in Cheltenham Township, Montgomery County as a farmer. He and Margaret had six children, five whom lived. In the 1910 census for Moreland Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, George was a storekeeper at a hardware store. He was 63 years of age and had been married to Margaret for 40 years. His grandson, Harry Stanley lived with them during this time. In the 1920 census, George and Margaret were in the GAR Home for Veterans and Wives in Philadelphia County. The address listed is North 65th, 203, Philadelphia.
According the the 1890 Military Enrollment List for Montgomery County, Abinton, Moreland and Hatboro, George Washington is age 42, married and a laborer. There is also a David McVaugh listed as age 29, married and a laborer.
According to Vivian Taylor, Staff Geneologist at Montgomery County Historical Society, George was born in 1847. Her source was the Veterans Affairs office in Norristown.
According to George W. death certificate, he was living with F. W. McVaugh at 624 York Rd, Willow Grove, Upper Moreland Township, Montgomery County at the time of his death.
"The 197th Regiment, hundred day men, was recruited at Philadelphia and in neighboring counties by the assistance of the Coal Exchange Association of that city, to serve for a period of one hundred days, and was known as the third Coal Exchange Regiment. It was organized at Camp Cadwalader on the 22nd of July, 1864, with the following field officers:
John R. Haslett, colonel;
Charles D. Kenworthy, lieutenant-colonel;
John Woodcock, major.
Colonel Haslett had served as captain in the 66th, and subsequently in the 73rd, of which he had been for several months the acting major;
Lieutenant-Colonel Kenworthy had served on the Peninsula, in the 3rd United States Infantry, where he was severely wounded; and
Major Woodcock had just been mustered out of a nine months'regiment.
A large proprotion of officers and men were well-schooled soldiers. Soon after its organization it proceeded to Camp Bradford, at Mankin's Woods, near Baltimore, where it remained for two weeks. At the end of that time, and when well drilled and in full expectation of being led to the front, it was ordered to Rock Island, Illinois, and upon its arrival there was charged with guarding a camp for prisoners of war. The guard provided was insufficient for the duty required, and the service bore heavy upon this regiment. At the close of its term it returned to Philadelphia, where, on the 11th of November, 1864, it was mustered out." pp. 87-88. Hunsicker, Clifton S., "Montgomery County Pennsylvania, A History", Lewis Historical Publishing Company, Inc. 1923
Children of GEORGE MCVAUGH and MARGARET CROTTS are:
i. DAVID MCVAUGH, b. Abt. 1871.
ii. GEORGE MCVAUGH, b. 1873.
8. iii. WASHINGTON S. MCVAUGH, b. July 02, 1874, Pennsylvania; d. January 1971.
9. iv. HENRY MCVAUGH, b. 1877, Pennsylvania.
v. EDWARD MCVAUGH, b. Aft. 1880.
vi. FRED MCVAUGH, b. Aft. 1880.
10. vii. MARY MCVAUGH, b. August 14, 1886, Glenside; d. January 10, 1964, Horsham, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania..
Generation No. 4
7.CAROLINE SUSAN MCVAUGH (JOSEPH, JACOB, JOHN, JOSEPH?) was born June 28, 1873 in Germantown, Ward 22 Philadelphia Co., Penn, and died August 28, 1944 in Hereford, Deaf Smith Co., Texas.She married JACOB JOSEPH KROPFF December 19, 1894 in Dickinson Co. Kansas, son of ANDREAS KROPFF and BARBARA DONNER.He was born October 03, 1868 in Bloomington, McLean Co., Illinois, and died January 03, 1930 in Hereford, Deaf Smith Co., Texas.
More About JACOB JOSEPH KROPFF:
Fact 6: Hotel Operator
Children of CAROLINE MCVAUGH and JACOB KROPFF are:
i. JOHN WILLIAM KROPFF, b. January 05, 1901, Abiline, Dickson Co., Kansas; d. December 03, 1987, Gilroy, Santa Clara Co., California; m. ANNABEL SAWYER, April 14, 1929, Sadler,Grayson Co., Texas; b. August 29, 1910, Hereford, Deaf Smith Co., Texas.
ii. ESTHER MAE KROPFF, b. July 07, 1896; m. FRANK BANNER.
iii. CLARANCE CORBETT KROPFF, b. February 08, 1898; m. LORETTA BECK.
iv. JOSEPH ANDREW KROPFF, b. March 26, 1899; m. THELMA JONES.
v. LENA PEARL KROPFF, b. February 18, 1903; m. RUSSELL HUNTER.
vi. ROY ELMER KROPFF, b. September 16, 1905.
vii. RUBY ELIZABETH KROPFF, b. November 15, 1907.
viii. CARL VINCENT KROPFF, b. July 07, 1912; m. PAULINE KROPFF.
ix. CHARLES RAYMOND KROPFF, b. June 06, 1914.
x. THELMA MARJORY KROPFF, b. September 26, 1917.
8.WASHINGTON S. MCVAUGH (GEORGE WASHINGTON, HIRAM, JOHN, JOSEPH?)17 was born July 02, 1874 in Pennsylvania, and died January 1971.He married PAMELA 1906.
Child of WASHINGTON MCVAUGH and PAMELA is:
i. EDWARD MCVAUGH.
9.HENRY MCVAUGH (GEORGE WASHINGTON, HIRAM, JOHN, JOSEPH?)18 was born 1877 in Pennsylvania.He married ANNA.She was born Abt. 1880 in New Jersey.
Children of HENRY MCVAUGH and ANNA are:
i. HARRY STANLEY MCVAUGH, b. Abt. 1900.
ii. GERALD MCVAUGH, b. Abt. 1906.
iii. DOROTHY MCVAUGH, b. Abt. 1908.
iv. FRANK MCVAUGH, b. Abt. 1913.
10.MARY MCVAUGH (GEORGE WASHINGTON, HIRAM, JOHN,JOSEPH?) was born August 14, 1886 in Glenside, and died January 10, 1964 in Horsham, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania..She married ALFRED DELANEY DOWNS November 20, 1907 in Abington Twp, Montgomery Co., Pennsylvania.
Children of MARY MCVAUGH and ALFRED DOWNS are:
i. ERNEST NORMAN DOWNS.
ii. WARREN ALFRED DOWNS, b. October 16, 1908.
iii. CHARLES OLIVER DOWNS, b. March 26, 1916.
iv. MARY ELIZABETH DOWNS.