Henry Neatby Vaughan was born 31 January 1863 at Sydney, NSW, the son of Henry Edward Vaughan and Mary Anne Brown. He married Louise Christina Heil (1861-1895) 13 August 1884 at Sydney, and they had one son and two daughters. Vaughan died 2 August 1914, aged 51 years, at home ‘Kilwinning’, 12 Codrington Street, Darlington, and he was interred in the Church of England Section of Rookwood Cemetery. He left a Will and his estate and assets were valued at £2,315. Henry Neatby Vaughan lived at 19 Raglan Street, Darlington. His father was an alderman on Glebe Council.
Occupation & interests
In 1887 Henry Neatby Vaughan was admitted as a partner in his father’s business to be known as H E Vaughan and Son, Valuators, House, Land and Estate Agents, at 3 Vaughan Chambers, 142 King Street, Sydney. In 1903 Henry Neatby Vaughan was elected President of the Australian Native’s Association Darlington (EMU) No 18 – a mutual society that provided sickness, medical and funeral cover.
Henry Neatby Vaughan was a justice of the peace (JP) and captain of Glebe Rowing Club 1912 to 1914..
Local government service
Henry Neatby Vaughan was an alderman on Darlington Council in 1904-13. He was mayor in 1909.
‘Borough of Darlington’, NSW Government Gazette, 12 February 1904, p. 1289, http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/221030906