Vaughan, Isaac an English Congregational minister, was born at Gleadless, March 9, 1813. He was educated at Rotherham College, and in 1833 settled at Olney; in 1850 he became pastor of the New Tabernacle, London, and in 1858 removed to Masborough. He died July 24,1866. Mr. Vaughan was a clear, practical preacher; his theology was sound and full, and his ecclesiastical principles settled and uncompromising. See (Lond.) Cong. Year-book, 1867, p. 323.