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Henry T. D. YOUNG
Posted by: Judith Young (ID *****5732) Date: May 30, 2003 at 05:35:24
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Henry T. D. YOUNG, born July 04, 1847 in Ohio. died October 17, 1884 in Mendon, Chariton County, Missouri. He was buried Oct. 18, 1884 in the Newcomer Cem. just outside of Mendon, Chariton Cty. MO. His wife Cyrena C. SMITH YOUNG born Feb 29, 1848 in Indiana died May 3, 1900 in Mendon, Chariton Cty. buried at the same site. Next to them are three of their eight children. Son Robert Emert born Feb.21, 1880, died Sept 28, 1959, interment Oct.1, 1959. Son Warren born November 27, 1879 in Chariton died March 09, 1880. Daughter, Mary E. YOUNG born March 19, 1881 and died April 10, 1884. A child David Erastus (Sr.) YOUNG born November 06, 1870, and died June 21, 1943 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California. This son is interesting as in his early years he was a motorcyle policeman in Kansas City, Jackson County, MO. and his son Henry Theodore Young, happens to be the person the movie "Murder In The First" is about. Daughter Amelia born October 19, 1871, in Mendon, Chariton Cty. MO. and died in 1950. Son Calvin Mack Young, Sr. born October 21, 1873 in Mendon, Chariton Cty. and died July 23, 1965 in Independence, Jackson County, Missouri. Daughter Mennie Lee L. (Minnie) YOUNG born in Mendon, April 05, 1875 and may have died between 1950-55 in Springfield, Greene County, MO. Daughter Nora A. YOUNG born in Mendon July 02, 1883, and do not have even a whisper about her except she married a man named Clarence Green. We think they lived in the KC. MO. are for a while. Maybe all of their life. The wedding took place for Henry T. D. Young and Cyrena Smith in Shelby County, MO.Dec. 25, 1870. I cannot decipher the signature of the Minister but it appears to be John G. S-----ey looks like a doted i from some of the other lettering after the s. It may be Si...ey. Just not sure what it is. We would like to know where Henry came from in Ohio and who his parents were. We could use some information on some of the others as well.

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