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VAUGHN, Charles Kennedy


SOURCE NOTATION:
    Johnstown Weekly Tribune, 23 Apr 1897, Page 5, Contributed by Diann Olsen

VAUGHN. -- In Johnstown, Thirteenth Ward, at No. 159 Peelor street, on Thursday morning, April 22, 1897, at 8:30 o'clock, CHARLES KENNEDY VAUGHN, aged 27 years.

[same newspaper, same page]:

Charles K. Vaughn.

Charles Kennedy Vaughn, the well-known trombone player, died at the home of his parents -- Leander and Elizabeth Vaughn -- at No. 159 Peelor street, Thirteenth Ward, at 8:30 o'clock yesterday morning. Mr. Vaughn arrived home sick from Beaver Falls on March 22d. The cause of his deat was typhoid fever.

Mr. Vaughn was born on the Flat, below the Pennsylvania Railroad Station, July 30, 1870, and had lived here all his life. He was a brother of Harry and Frank Vaughn, of Beaver Falls, and Miss Elizabeth Vaughn, of this city.

The deceased was a member of the first boys' band in this city -- the Young Americas. He hd also played with the old Johnstown Band, the Mineral City Band, the Reed, Austrian, and others. At the time of his death he was a member of Prof. Pribek's Orchestra.

Rev. William Alfred Shipman, of the English Lutheran Church, will conduct the funeral services at 3 o'clock on Saturday afternoon. Interment will be made in Grand View Cemetery.

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