Died- On April 23, in her 47th year, Mrs. Rebecca Vaden, wife of Wilson Vaden of Pittsylvania county.
from "The Virginian," Lynchburg, Va., Thursday, May 11, 1826 issue, p. 3, c. 4
MRS. ALBERTA E. VALENTINE.
Funeral services for Mrs. Alberta Eubank Valentine, 75, who died Thursday at her home, will be held at 3 P. M. today from Billups' funeral home, with burial in Oakwood cemetery. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Ruby V. Milligan and Mrs. Loraine V. Lambert; and two sons, Clyde V. and Floyd G. Valentine.
from "The Richmond News Leader," Richmond, Va., Saturday, September 16, 1933 issue, p. 2, c. 8
Dr. A. G. L. Vanlear.
STAUNTON, VA., Sept. 8.-Dr. A. G. L. Vanlear, a prominent resident of the county, died this morning of dropsy, aged 71 years. His wife died one month ago.
from "The Times-Dispatch ," Richmond, Va., Friday, September 9, 1904 issue, p. 7
Mrs. Mary Vansant.
BOYDTON, VA., Feb. 27.-Mrs. Mary Vansant, widow of Colonel Franklin Vansant died at her home, near this place, yesterday.
Mrs. Vansant in her ninety-second year. She had been, until recently, remarkably strong and active for one of her advcaned age. She was a lady of fine intellect and thoroughly refined, kind and generous to her friends and neighbors. it was however, in her home life that the beauties of her character shone most brightly.
Mrs. Vansant, with her husband and family, moved to this county from Bucks county, Pa., about thirty years ago, and the entire family have thoroughly identified theselves with the people of this community.
She leaves two daughters, Mrs. Clara Townes and Miss Laura Vansant, and two sons, E. R. Vansant and Franklin Vansant. She was buried to-day in the Episcopal cemetery.
from "The Times-Dispatch ," Richmond, Va., Tuesday, February 28, 1905 issue, p. 9, c. 2
Death of Mrs. Vaughan.
DEATONVILLE March 6-Mrs. H. L. Vaughan died at her home near here on Saturday night. The burial took place on Sunday afternoon in the cemetery at Sandy Creek church. Mrs. Vaughan was Miss Josie Tucker a sister of Mr. Floyd Tucker of Ashland. Mr. Vaughan the husband is also quite ill and has the sympathy of all in his sad bereavement.
from "The Blackstone Courier ," Blackstone, Va., Friday, March 9, 1906 issue, p. 6, c. 2
Died- On Thursday, at his farm on Gloucester county, where he lived in Summer months, James B. Vaughan, of Princess Anne county in his 47th year. Remains in the family burial ground on Broad Creek, Princess Anne county.
from the "Norfolk and Portsmouth Herald," Norfolk, Va., Monday, September 1, 1828 issue, p. 3, c. 2
DEATH OF MR. JAMES B. VAUGHAN*.
He Passed Away Early This Morning
Mr. James B. Vaughan died at ten minutes past midnight at his home, No. 518 Denny street, in the 36th year of his age.
Mr. Vaughan had been hoplessly ill for several months. He leaves a wife and two children. For a long time the deceased had been a department foreman at the Richmond Cedar-Works.
The funeral will take place at 4 o'clock to-morrow afternoon from the Third Presbyterian church.
from "The Richmond Dispatch ," Richmond, Va., Sunday, August 12, 1900 issue, front page
Funeral of Mrs. James T. Vaughan.
The funeral of Mrs. James T. Vaughan, who died yesterday at 8 A. M., at City Point, will take place this afternoon at 5 o'clock in the chapel at Hollywood, and the services will be conducted by the Rev. Calvin Stewart, D. D.
Mrs. Vaughan, who was seventy-six years old, had been in failing health for some months past, but of late apparently had improved and her end therefore, cam equite unexpectedly. She was born and reared in this city, though part of her time in recent years had been spent with a daughter in Baltimore. She is survived by three daughters, Mrs. O. B. Hill, Mrs. J. Frank Sinton and Mrs. Mabel Vaughan Carneal; also by one granddaughter, Miss Alice Sinton, and by two sisters, Mrs. Eugene Cherry, of this city, and Mrs. Joseph N. Cook, of City point.
Mrs. Vaughan endeared herself to a wide circle of freinds by her beautiful unselfishness and her cheerful disposition. It may truly be said of her: "Her children rise up and call her blessed."
from the "Richmond Times-Dispatch ," Richmond, Va., Saturday, April 12, 1919 issue, p. 8, c. 2
Mrs. Louisa W. Vaughan*.
Mrs. Louisa W. Vaughan, a lifelong resident of South Richmond, died yesterday afternoon at 3:50 o'clock at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Joseph Lougan*, 2120 West Main Street. Mrs. Vaughan wa 69 years of age.
She is survived by three daughters, Mrs. George Bannister, Jr., Mrs. Louis Johns and Mrs. Joseph Lougan, Jr. Funeral services will be conducted from Cowardin Avenue Christian Church tomorrow afternoon at 3:30 o'clock, with interment at Maury Cemetery.
from the "Richmond Times-Dispatch ," Richmond, Va., Thursday, June 11, 1925 issue
*should be Longan
Died- on September 1, at the seat of her father, Mary Jane Vaughan, eldest daughter of Dr. Vaughan, of Goochland county, in the 14th year of her age.
from the "Richmond Enquirer," Richmond, Va., Friday, September 7, 1821, p. 3, c. 5
Died-William Vaughan, an old inhabitant and for many years an Alderman of Norfolk.
from the "Norfolk Gazette and Publick Ledger," Norfolk, Va., Wedneday, November 13, 1811 issue, p . 3, c. 2
Mrs. Mary R. Vellines.
SUFFOLK, VA., Feb. 27.-Mrs. Mary Rebecca Vellines, died Sunday at her home at Raynor, Isle of Wight county, aged seventy-five years. She is survived by two daughters and four sons-Mrs. R. L. Brewer, Jr., of Suffolk, whose husband was mayor here for eleven years; Miss Ella Vellines; Justice Walter Stott; A. R. Stott and Leroy and "Bony" Vellines. .
from "The Times-Dispatch ," Richmond, Va., Tuesday, February 28, 1905 issue, p. 9, c. 3
WILLIAM H. VIA.
William H. Via, one of the best-known and highly-esteemed residents of Appomattox county, died in his home, near Bent Creek, Friday ,after an illness of several weeks of typhoid pneumonia.
from "The News Leader," Richmond, Va., Tuesday afternoon, May 5, 1908 issue, p. 8, c. 2
VINCENT.-Died, at his residence, 424 east Marshall street, after a lingering illness, Saturday morning at 10 o'clock, JOHN VINCENT, in his sixty-second year.
The funeral will take place MONDAY MORNING at 8 o'clock from St. Mary's church. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend without further notice.
from "The Richmond Dispatch ," Richmond, Va., Sunday, June 8, 1890 issue, p. 3
VOSE.-Died, on Wednesday the 9th instant, at 301 east Franklin street, of peritonitis, Mrs. FANNIE WALKER VOSE.
Funeral from Second Presbyterian church THIS (Friday) AFTERNOON at 4 o'clock. Interment at Hollywood.
from the "Richmond Dispatch," Richmond, Va., Friday, December 11, 1891 issue
After an illness of about a year, Mr. Robert Vaughan died yesterday afternoon at his home, No. 710 North Fourth Street.
Mr. Vaughan was a well known and highly esteemed man. he was superintendent of the street car stables years ago, when all the cars here were propelled by mule power. He served in the Confederate army as a member of the Twenty-fourth Virginia regiment. He was a member of Lee Camp, Confederate Veterans.
The funeral will take place to-morrow and the following detail from Lee Camp will attend, meeting at the camp hall half an hour before the time set:
Commander James Power Smith, Major John W. Johnston, Mr. John M. Gordon, Sr. T. E. Stratton, Messrs. J. Shelby Van Horn, James T. Gray, W. E. Moore and John M. Warren.
from "The Times-Dispatch," Richmond, Va., Friday, December 25, 1903 issue