|Charlotte, Sue, and Eleanor Vaughan|
Little sisters eventually grow up.
After attending college,
Charlotte taught English at the Birch-Wathen
School in New York.
I had always heard that she was a writer and worked with a publishing
company, but I have not yet been able to verify this family story Charlotte
never married, and died unexpectedly of a heart attack at the age of 37.
Sue Brown Vaughan, like her sisters, attended Southern Female College in
. She married a young LaGrange physician,
Wallace Henderson Clarke, and they raised a family of four children.
Sue had a great sense of humor and loved to laugh; she looks ready to
laugh in this picture, too. LaGrange, Georgia
Eleanor Dean Vaughan attended Southern Female College and, like her sisters, taught school for some years. She married Barron Nichols, a professor at
. Eleanor and Barron had no children except for
the hundreds of students with whom they were in contact each year. Winthrop College
I have so many fond memories of Great Aunt Sue and Great Aunt Eleanor. I was delighted to find this happy picture in one of Louise’s scrapbooks.