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Re: Are there two John Younce familys in N.C.?
Posted by: Michael La Barge (ID *****0983) Date: April 10, 2006 at 10:20:19
In Reply to: Are there two John Younce familys in N.C.? by Sharon Younts Brooks of 344

Hello Family Members,

My name is Michael La Barge. My mothers maiden name is Picklesimer & her moms maiden name is Younce. My moms family moved from the mountians of KY when she was 14. I'm looking up (or down) my family tree & would be interested in trading info. If you are also interested, feel free to contact me. Pmyque@usa.com. Below is info I got from my G-MA, so please excuse miss-spellings &/or errors?

My ggGrand Parrents,
John & Caroline Younce gave birth to...
Patrick b. 1903 d. 1962 in Pikevile, KY.
Dave
Oscar
Frank
(No sisters mentioned?)
My gGrand Parrents,
Patrick m. Hattie Mae Bryant
Her parrents Jarmie? Bryant & Dally? Blair
Hattie Mae Bryant b. 21/Sept/1893 d. 28/Feb/1980 gave birth to...
Maxine & Mathew (twins)
Pharrow?
Freeman & Virginia (twins)
Molly & Dollie (twins)
Clarence
Madge
Hazel
Bill
My G-Parrents
Madge m. Frank Edward Picklesimer of the Kentucky Picklesimers...they have an extensive/exhaustive family history from Floyd Co. Kentucky starting from 1780, on down to me!
To order a book, write to John W. Picklesimer, Sr. 2881 Middlesex Way Lexington, KY. 40503-2827. Or the Library of Congress Catalog Card # is 93-80541. Or, published by Gateway Press, Inc, 1001 N. Calvert St. Baltimore, MD. 21202.

Your Cousin, Michael.



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