Clipped From The Daily Review
Is to a MRS. LTTCINDA VATJOHAN. Mrs. Lucinda Vaughan, mother of Dr. Hugh Vaughan, died at 8:15 Sunday afternoon at the family residence. residence. 615 West North street. She would have been eighty years old In June. Her death was cause I by apoplexy, with which she was stricken week ago. Mrs. Vaughan was born at Bethany June 10, 1838, and most her life was spent In that vicinity. and William F. Vaughan were married there May 23, 1858, Just fifty-eight years ago this month. The family moved to Decatur In 1891. Some time ago Mrs. Vaughan fell and broke hip and this left her In a weakened condition. Mrs. Vaughan was one ef the members of the Second Presbyterian chuqeh. 6he was an enthusiastic worker in the church and was one the best known women In the congregation. Mrs. Vaughan is survived by her husband and f our children, T. A. Vaughan, Dr. Hugh A. Vaughan, Mrs. Jay Montgomery and Mrs. Clara Kins, all of Decatur. She also leaves two brothers, John E. Bone and .T. Bone of Bethany. There are seven grand children. The funeral will be held at 3 Tuesday afternoon at the Second Presbyterian church. The services will be conducted by Rev. J. W. McDonald. The Interment will be in Greenwood. Friends may call at the residence 10 o'clock Tuesday morning till time for the funeral. ALFRED MOTTRAM.