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Vaught / Vogt

The  Shelbyville  Democrat
Saturday, November 7, 1914
Mr. Vaught Spent a Week With Relatives in Fulton and Marshall Counties
          Amos Vaught,  one of Union township's prominent farmers and as clever a "boy" as ever clubbed an apple tree, was in town today looking as if he were but thirty years of age.  The latter part, the genial "Dick" ascribes to a recent trip to the lakes in the northern part of the state.
          Mr. Vaught and his brother-in-law,  Taylor Kelley,  of near Franklin, made the trip in the latter's touring car, and spent a week communing with the finny tribe in Fulton and Marshall counties.  And, what fish the two did catch.  We did not have a notary public present when "Dick" was telling about the fishing, and what quantities of bluegills and croppies fell to their skill, but allowing a liberal discount due to a follower of Izaak Walton, the fishing must have been fine.  On one day, "Dick" declares they captured ninety of the enemy.
          It was a great trip, and we know of no one who enjoys trips of this character more than Mr. Vaught.
Copied by Phyllis Miller Fleming

The  Shelbyville  Democrat
August 24, 1907
Page 1
          Miss Pearl Hilton,  who has been the guest of  Miss Grace Vaught,  of Marion township, returned to her home in Terry Haute today.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming

The  Daily  Evening  Democrat
Tuesday, August 14, 1883
          'Squire Runyan,  of Hendricks township, on Sunday, the 13th inst., united in marriage at his residence,  Benjamin Williams  and  Emma Vaught.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming

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