Gilbert Victor Vaughan (1831 - 1912)

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Gilbert Victor Vaughan
1831 - 1912
updated February 06, 2019
Gilbert Victor Vaughan was born in 1831. He died in 1912 in Carl N, Australia at 81 years of age.

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Gilbert Victor Vaughan

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Gilbert Vaughan died in in Carl N, Australia

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Carl N, Australia

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Gilbert Victor Vaughan died in 1912 in Carl N, Australia at 81 years old. He was born in 1831. There is no information about Gilbert's immediate family.
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1831 - 1912 World Events

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In 1831, in the year that Gilbert Victor Vaughan was born, on November 7th, slave trading was forbidden in Brazil. Purchasing slaves had begun under Portuguese rule in the mid-16th century - slaves were used on sugarcane plantations. It wasn't until 1888, however, that slavery was totally abolished.

In 1869, at the age of 38 years old, Gilbert was alive when on May 10th, North America's first transcontinental railroad was completed at Promontory Summit, Utah Territory, by driving a "golden spike" or the "last spike" of the line. The spike was driven by Leland Stanford and is now displayed at Stanford University.

In 1878, Gilbert was 47 years old when in Africa, the death of the last confirmed Cape lion occurred. The Cape lion was slightly larger than other lions and had black ears, a black mane, and black hair on its belly.

In 1900, when he was 69 years old, the U.S. helped put down Boxer Rebellion. The Boxer Rebellion took place in China, where the presence of "outsiders" (foreigners) was resented. The United States, along with Austria-Hungary, France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Japan, and Russia, had business interests in China and these countries all sent troops to put down the Rebellion and keep China open to their presence and to Christian missionaries.

In 1912, in the year of Gilbert Victor Vaughan's passing, Arizona was admitted to the United States in February (on Valentine's Day). It became the 48th state in the Union. Previously a Spanish - then Mexican - territory, the U.S. paid $15 million dollars for the area in 1848. Arizona was the last of the contiguous states to be admitted to the United States.

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Other Gilbert Vaughans

Gilbert G Vaughan
Born: around 1914
California, United States
Gilbert C Vaughan
Born: around 1928
North Carolina, United States
Gilbert Victor Vaughan
1905 - 1970
Carlton, Australia
Gilbert Francis Vaughan
Rvoir, Australia

Other Vaughans

Robert Michael Vaughan
1858 - 1912
Skipton, Australia
Catherine Oconnor Vaughan
Skipton, Australia
Annie Isabella Vaughan
Died: 1912
Lismore, Australia
Vaughan James Vaughan
Lismore, Australia
Janet Mcdonald Vaughan
Lismore, Australia
George Vaughan
1858 - 1912
Melbourne East, Australia
David Vaughan
1854 - 1912
Melbourne South, Australia
Vaughan William Vaughan
Melbourne South, Australia
May Jones Vaughan
Melbourne South, Australia
Esther Vaughan
1864 - 1913
Hotham West, Australia
Humphrey Harold Vaughan
Hotham West, Australia
Esther Tansley Vaughan
Hotham West, Australia
Annie Vaughan
1882 - 1913
Melbourne East, Australia
Fairbairn Vaughan
Melbourne East, Australia
Grace Vaughan
Melbourne East, Australia
Sam Vaughan
1873 - 1913
Melbourne East, Australia
Mary Vaughan
1839 - 1913
Pitfield, Australia
Longhery Corns Vaughan
Pitfield, Australia
Clune Vaughan
Pitfield, Australia

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Henry Fillgate Morffew
1855 - 1912
Carl N, Australia
Morffew Thomas Morffew
Carl N, Australia
Sarah Aitkenhead Morffew
Carl N, Australia
Ronald Arthur Pascarl
Died: 1912
Carl N, Australia
Francis Joseph Bell
Died: 1912
Carl N, Australia
Bell Francis Bell
Carl N, Australia
Elizabeth Mcpherson Bell
Carl N, Australia
Malcolm Macinnes
1833 - 1912
Carl N, Australia
Macinnes Duncan Macinnes
Carl N, Australia
Marion Mcinnes Macinnes
Carl N, Australia
James Jordan
1837 - 1912
Carl N, Australia
Jordan Patrick Jordan
Carl N, Australia
Elizabeth Oleary Jordan
Carl N, Australia
William Hansen
1833 - 1912
Carl N, Australia
Hansen Erasmus Hansen
Carl N, Australia
Hannah Hansen
Carl N, Australia
Heinrich Roemus
1830 - 1912
Carl N, Australia
Alan Charles Leonard Ingleman Jarvie
1909 - 1912
Carl N, Australia
Jarvie Charles Jarvie
Carl N, Australia
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