I am hoping that somebody might be able to offer some insight into why John
Vaughan was labelled Outlaw.
I was searching on the National Archives site and came across the following
set of documents:
Reference: E 172/58/8
Description: OUTLAW: John Vaughan Viscount Lisbourne of Ireland
SUIT: David Gambold COUNTY: Card LAND.
Date: Hilary 9 Geo II [11 June 1735 – 10 Jun 1736]
There are two other named Cardigan men described in the same way as David
Gambold: Richard Banks gent., and John Williams.
The documents come under “Exchequer, Office of First Fruits and Tenths, and
the Court of Augmentations” – “Kings Remembrancer: Outlawries”.