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David Youngblood-Louisville,Ga 1830's
Posted by: Rick Youngblood Date: February 27, 2002 at 07:36:24
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I am trying to research my 4ggrandfather, David Youngblood,
born Edgefield,SC. Last we know of him he sells land in Edgefield in 1831, inhereted from father Thomas. His son Simeon Youngblood living in Pickens, SC, also disappears until 1838 showing up in Alabama. I have found on the internet where a David Youngblood, has mail at the Louisville Post Office in 1838 & 1839 that has not been claimed, then later in 1839 the sherriff is looking for relatives of this David Youngblood as he is deceased.

We have always been told our line moved from South Carolina to Georgia & then to Alabama, but have found no proof. Other lines of the Thomas Youngblood family did do this but we know our specific line did not move with them.
Help, David is our brick wall. where in Louisville can we research this as we are not familiar with this area, & am willing to travel to find this info. Thanks

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