I don't have anything on Milly Estes and Frederick Cox. It is rather interesting though as Estes and Cox both are names that married into my father's side of the family in the mid to late 1800s in Tennessee and Missouri(my Vaughans and Bouldins are from my Mother's side).
About all I have researched is Abe and Ann (Bouldin) Vaughan's sons. Two of my great x 5 grandfathers were William Vaughan and John Vaughan. William married Fereby Benton and John married Nancy Callicott. I think both of them were sons of Abe and Ann. I know John lived in Charlotte County, where he met his wife. But there are more than one William and more than one John of the right age to be candidates for Abe and Ann's sons, so I'm not certain. Y-DNA testing has confirmed that William and John are related and very likely could have been brothers. We are trying to find a descendant of Abe and Ann's son Bouldin (a man who descends from a direct line of men from Bouldin to himself, so he'd have to have the last name of Vaughan or Vaughn) to compare his Y-DNA to our two guys.
William was born about 1750 and John was born about 1762. William's daughter Martha married John's son James. I also think Abe had a son named Ligon Vaughan who married Nancy Callicott's sister, Dicey. Ligon died BEFORE Abraham, which is why he is not listed on Abe's will. Dicey remarried and she and Ligon had no children.
I'd be glad to share all the data I have been able to find on Abe and his descendants. I'd love to see what you have as well. I'm very interested in anything you might have on Lewis especially, as he is one branch I haven't been able to find much data. Bouldin (Abe and Ann's son) only had one son, named Perry. Y-DNA testing only works if you have a direct male descent, so finding a son of any of Abe's "known" sons would really help us.
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