Henry Neatby Vaughan

House And Estate Agent

Terms served on Council

Title Council From To
Alderman Darlington 1904 1913
Mayor Darlington 1909 1909
  • Darlington Council seal (Civic Collection 2006.032.2)

Family background

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.

Community activity

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


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