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Pullens of Woodford County 1830s
Posted by: Grant Van Vranken (ID *****2464) Date: March 27, 2012 at 09:22:40
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I am looking for information on brothers Youel/Yuell/Yowel B. Pullen (b. 1797) and Fountain M. Pullen (b. ca. 1795). They lived in Woodford County in 1830. Youel owned 14 slaves according to the census, all males between 25-34. Fountain had one older free "colored" woman living with him. I know that by 1834, Youel and Fountain had moved to Montgomery County, Indiana. They sold land to the county to build a school. In 1837, Youel was listed as living in Scott County, Kentucky.

The references I have found to Youel show that he was a confectioner. He also used to serve ice cream with liquor. Any help would be greatly appreciated on trying to track these brothers down. I have no idea what Pullen family they descend from.


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