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Notes for Virginia Noble Vaughan
The author of this history remembers his grandmother, "Ginny", with the fondest memories and as much love as a grandson could have. She appears as five years old in the 1910 census of Richland Parish. After being married to Frank Morgan he then married Pete Koerner (he died before she). She received her education from Whitworth College at Brookhaven, Mississippi and later her nursing training at Charity Hospital in Natchez, Mississippi. She spent most of her later life in Jackson and was a member of the Capital Street United Methodist Church. Her funeral services were at Mulhearn Funeral Home in Rayville, Louisiana later followed by internment near her childhood home at the Alto Church. The cemetery is situated in one of the most lovely southern settings possible with a white traditional church surrounded by mighty oaks covered with Spanish Moss. She is missed dearly by the entire family.
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