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Young Family Found! Need Sources.
Posted by: Stewart Stanfield Date: August 17, 2000 at 12:55:35
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Now that I finally made my connection, I welcome assistance in finding sources and correcting errors.


Descendants of John Young


Generation No. 1

       1. John1 Young was born Abt. 1765 in Ireland. He married (1) Unknown Abt. 1784. He married (2) Miss Adkins Abt. 1803. She was born Abt. 1780.

Notes for John Young:
Aug 28, 1906 A. J. Davisons Leger containing the records of A.J. Davisons Family
John Young was born in Ireland and came to the United States in an early day and married and settled in the state of Pennsylvania. He moved from Pennsylvania to the state of Kentucky, there his wife died leaving him with 2 girls and one boy. The girls name was Mary, she married Thomas C. Kennedy, the name of the other girl was Elizabeth Young. She married a man by the name of McDaniels. The boy was John Young. He moved from Kentucky to Murray Co., TN and married the second time to Miss Adkins. To this union was born six boys and two girls.

Thomas, Peter "Barney", and Wm Carroll (named for Gov of TN) Young, moved, with their children and other pioneers, in a wagon train, from Maury Co., TN to MO; Barney & Wm C settled in Webster Co., and Thos K going on further to Cedar Co., MO.

Richard Lawson richlawgenealogy@hotmail.com
Richard D Lawson, SR
1425 STHY F
Niangua, MO 65713



Notes for Miss Adkins:
(prob. Cherokee Indian)
       
Children of John Young and Unknown are:
+       2       i.       Mary (Marie) "Polly"2 Young, born 1785 in Pennsylvania.
       3       ii.       Elizabeth Young, born Abt. 1787. She married Unknown McDaniels.
       4       iii.       John Young, born Abt. 1780.

       
Children of John Young and Miss Adkins are:
       5       i.       Alexander2 Young, born 1804.
+       6       ii.       Robert Young, born 1807.
       7       iii.       James Young, born 1810; died 1852.
       8       iv.       Edna Young, born 1813; died 1894.
       9       v.       Jane Young, born 1815. She married Unknown Roberts.
+       10       vi.       Thomas Kennedy Young, Sr., born 1816 in Maury/Lincoln Co., TN; died 1863.
+       11       vii.       Peter "Barney" Young, born 1820 in Tennessee; died Abt. 1850 in Missouri.
+       12       viii.       William Carroll Young, born 1822 in Tennessee; died October 24, 1898 in Webster Co., MO.


Generation No. 2

       2. Mary (Marie) "Polly"2 Young (John1) was born 1785 in Pennsylvania. She married Thomas C. Kennedy, Sr. 1805 in Garrard Co., KY. He was born in Kentucky.

Notes for Thomas C. Kennedy, Sr.:
Aug 28, 1906 a. J. Davisons Leger containing the records of A. J. Davisons family
Thomas Kennedy Settled in Maury Co., TN. He moved from Kentucky: him and his wife they owned 1 horse, 1 feather bed, a few quilts and some other bed wear, one chopping ax, one rifle gun, a coffee pot, a skillet and frying pan. That constituted their outfit. My grandmother rode the horse and carried the household goods, my grandfather walked and carried the gun and axe.
       
Children of Mary Young and Thomas Kennedy are:
       13       i.       Thomas C.3 Kennedy, Jr.. He married Priscilla Beanland.
       14       ii.       Elizabeth Kennedy. She married Robert Stubblefield.
       15       iii.       John Y. Kennedy. He married Martha Dunnigan.
+       16       iv.       Hanna H. Kennedy.
       17       v.       Mary D. Kennedy.
       18       vi.       Asa Hall Kennedy. He married Harriet Hopkins.
       19       vii.       Allen Berige Kennedy. He married Nancy Nickels.
       20       viii.       Nancy Mahaly Kennedy. She married Hawker P. Earp.


       6. Robert2 Young (John1) was born 1807.
       
Child of Robert Young is:
+       21       i.       James "Edward"3 Young, born 1833 in 1913.


       10. Thomas Kennedy2 Young, Sr. (John1) was born 1816 in Maury/Lincoln Co., TN, and died 1863. He married Rosanna Wood Abt. 1838 in Jackson Co., AL, daughter of Hiram Wood and Nancy (Norman?). She was born 1817 in Jackson Co., AL, and died Abt. 1874 in Possibly Sevier Co., Arkansas.

Notes for Thomas Kennedy Young, Sr.:
Served in Florida War (2nd Seminole War) of 1835, from Jackson Co., AL and married there 1838/9.

In 1840 Jackson County, AL: p 28(27 in index) Young, Thos 00001-00001
p 29(28 in index)Wood,Hiram 00020001-00010001
Maury Co., TN: p297 Young, John 10010000001-000010001
John Young b 1760 IRE/PA died shortly aft 1840 in MUTN/JKAL?
Miss Adkins b 1780 NC/TN
Hiram Wood b 178_ ? (now Douglas Co., MO)
Nancy ? b 178_ ? Jackson Co., AL/MO?

From the Leger of A.J. Davison
Moved to Tennesse approx. 1841 with children on Pack Horses.
Moved back to Alabama in 1843.
Moved back to Maury Co., TN in 1845.
Moved to Cedar Co., MO in the fall of 1854 and bought a farm 7 miles north of Stockton.

Jan 18, 1845 Bill of Sale, Maury Co., TN File A-521
Thomas K Young makes a sale of pigs and sow to a James A. Young (possibly son of Peter B. Young). A William E. Erwin (Clerk) states he is personally acquainted with Thomas K Young.

1850 census TN, Vol. 7, p 141
Young, Thos. K. 34
Rosanna 32
Elizabeth 10
Martha 6
Wm. 5
Thos. 3,
Cynthia 1
Martha E. IDLET(Ayedelotte)16, TT, Mu-826-604

Oct 19, 1850 Maury, TN
Documents state Thomas K Young owned 80 acres of land warranted by the U.S. Government #9805 dated October 24, 1855 issued to Thomas K. Young, Private in Capt Peter Rogett Company and Col. Benjamin Snodgrass Alabama (Volunteers) Militia Florida War Act of Mar 30, 1855. Thomas volunteered at Belfout, Jackson County on or about 26 Oct 1837 for a term of six months and continued in actual service of said war for the term of six months (Served 6 months 14 days) and was honorably discharged at Fort Mitchell, Alabama in 1838. Thomas presented his discharge certificate to the Maury Co, TN to obtain bounty land on Oct 19, 1850.

Jan 24, 1853 Bill of Sale, Maury Co., TN File G-?
MentionsThomas Young paying of a debt of $5.00 by giving up a grey mare and rifle.

May 30, 1853 Deed of Trust, Maury Co., TN file G-544
Mentions a land deed was incorrect and a sum of $8.50 from Thomas Young to Edmond Grissom was corrected by correcting the deed.

April 3, 1855 Cedar Co., MO
Applied for 80 acres identified by court documents

1860 FC Wash.TP,Cedar CO, MO p 4 fam 30 dwg 30
Young, Thos K 42 TN Farmer 2000/1000
Rosanah 40 TN House Duties
Martha E 16 TN (Should be Martha J)
Wm D 15 AL
Thomas 13 TN
Emeline 10 "
John 5 MO
James 3/12"

April 17, 1866 Cedar County, MO Probate of Thomas K. Young
In the matter of Thos K. Young Estate, John Kennedy says that to the best of his knowledge and belief the names of the heirs of the said Thomas K. Young deceased and their plazes(sic) of residence are as follows:
Roseanah Young the widow, Sofiah Serels, Wm D. Young, John Young, James Young, Eliza Young all in the state of Arkansas and Martha Davison in Polk County, MO that the said Thomas K. Young died without a will that he will make a perfect inventory of, and faithfully administer, all estate of the deceased, and pay the debts as far as the assets will extend and the law direct, and account for and pay all assets which shall come to his possession or knowledge. Signed John Y. Kennedy on April 17, 1886.

Most Civil War participants in Missouri took up arms along a line from Saint Louis to Springfield, MO. as the majority of battles occurred there. Civil War 1861-1865. There were skirmishes all over the state but most significant action took place south of present day Interstate 44 and in southwestern MO.

Young, A Genealogy of thomas and Rhoda A. Dec 1993. p.11
There are many errors in this book, however there are some striking similarities.
States Thomas K. Young died during the Civil War in Polk County, MO.
Thomas K was an individualist. He was not content to remain for very long with the rest of his family. Soon after the wedding, he took his wife to Roane County, Tennessee--the place of his childhood. They made their home therre until 1845 when they returned to Alabama. From there they traveled to Maury County, Tennesse where Thomas K.'s brother, Peter Barney and William Carroll were living. they settled down to farming and things went well for a few more years. then lands were "opening up" in Missouri, and the cry was "go to Missouri." In 1853 the three brothers together with their families and other pioners traveled in an oxen-drawn wagon train to southern Missouri. Soem of the party stopped along the way as they found land to suit them. The Young brothers finally reached a place northeasst of Springfield, Missouri and camped for a while near what is now Marshfield. Peter Barney and William Carrol chose fertile, tillable land and began to the task of building their homes. Many descendants of Willaim and Peter still live in the area. {Speculative->} Again, Thomas K. was not content to settle near his kinfolk. He wanted a world of his own in which to do as he pleased. He took his family on westward through woods, hills, valleys, and finally reached Cedar County where a town had been built near a spring and named Paynterville. (Later, in 1894, the place was renamed Bearcreek.) Thomas K. took up a claim on land there. He and his family cleared away the brush and began to carve out a home in the wilderness on the western slopes of the Ozark Mountain Range. They built a log house, broke the new ground for crops, hunted game and fished the nearby streams. During the next two years, Thomas K. acquired more land until he owned a large portion of the corner of Cedar County.
Today much of that land is in the area claimed for Stockton Lake and therefore no homes are located in the vicinity. As one drives near as possible to the locations, all that can be seen is woodland and underbrush, giving the appearance of what it must have been some one hundred thirty years ago when our ancestor first arrived there.
Three (One) generations of descendants of Thomas K. Young were born and reared on that land, and then finally, sadly gave it up as power and politics took it over in the name of progress. Some of the best faming land lies beneath the waters of an arm of the Stockton Lake.
When the Civil War came to Cedar County its location on the border land between north and south made it the scene of much political disagreement and violence between Northern and Southern sympathizers. Raids by both sides were frequent and ruthless, with loss of life and property. During such a raid Thomas K. Young Sr. was killed and his home burned (by Yankess). His wife and children at home escaped, and ran to neighbor's homes. (She actually fled to her sisters, Elizabeth Potter, home in Springfield, MO in 1863.) Later (1864) she took Cynthia E. and James (she took Cynthia E. 14, John P. 7, James C. 4, and Eliza P. 2) and fled to Texas (Howard Co., TX. by log wagon.) She and the two children were never heard from again. At that time other people were trying to escape the war by going to Texas and it is possible that she traveled with friends.

(Researching)
There is a George and John Young in Howard Co., AR in 1855 who purchased land. There is a possible relationship here.

1850 Lamar County Texas Census:
Home #8
Not listed in any particular order.
Pleasant Young (Female) 15 MO
Alonzo 6 AR
Benjamin 19 MO
Emiline 4 AR
Frances 22 KY
John W 52 GA (Mason)
John C. 17 MO (Farmer)
Milly 10 AR
Nancy 8 AR
Sarah 13 MO

Young, W. T., Lamar Co., TX age 29, born @ 1831, in TN, occup. unk, Pct. 1, Dwl#261/261, worth 250/0 (Elgible for Civil War)
       
Children of Thomas Young and Rosanna Wood are:
+       22       i.       Sophina (Zerviah) Elizabeth3 Young, born July 16, 1840 in Jackson Co., AL; died January 29, 1877 in Cedar Co., AL.
+       23       ii.       Thomas K Young, Jr., born May 23, 1841 in Roane Co, TN; died April 27, 1922 in Polk Co., MO.
+       24       iii.       Martha Jane Young, born May 17, 1842 in Maury Co., TN; died March 02, 1916 in Cedar Co., AL.
       25       iv.       William D Young, born May 17, 1844 in Jackson Co., AL; died in Civil War.

Notes for William D Young:
Young, A Genealogy of thomas and Rhoda A. Dec 1993 p.11.
There are many errors in this book, however there are some striking similarities.
William D. served in the Confederate Army during the Civil War. He enlisted 2 Jan 1862 at Apringfield, Missouri as a private. he was attached to Capt. Walsh's Co., Missouri light artillery. he saw service in the souther states, was captured in Vicksburg, Mississippi in July 1863 and released a few days later; was recaptured and held prisoner for more than a year, being released 1 may 1865 in Greensboro, North Carolina.

       26       v.       Cynthia Emiline Young, born March 10, 1850 in Maury Co., TN.
       27       vi.       Hiram Newton Young, born February 14, 1853 in Maury Co., TN; died Abt. January 1855.
       28       vii.       Margaret D Young, born April 12, 1855 in Cedar Co., MO; died Abt. 1859 in Cedar Co., MO.
+       29       viii.       John Plez Young, born August 02, 1857 in Cedar Co., Missouri; died December 06, 1911 in Virgil, Choctaw County, OK.
+       30       ix.       James "Jim" Carroll Young, born March 04, 1860 in Cedar Co., Missouri.
       31       x.       Eliza P Young, born July 02, 1862 in Cedar Co., MO. She married John F. Laster February 14, 1878 in Saline, Arkansas.

Notes for Eliza P Young:
Eliza A. YOUNG
Sex: F
Marriage(s):
Spouse: John F. LASTER
Marriage: 14 Feb 1878
Saline, Arkansas
FamilySearch® International Genealogical Index™ v4.01
Batch number: Dates Source Call No. Type
M586372 1875-1885 1287321 Film



       11. Peter "Barney"2 Young (John1) was born 1820 in Tennessee, and died Abt. 1850 in Missouri. He married Elizabeth Rhea July 31, 1831 in Maury Co, TN, daughter of Alexander Ray and Zilphy Garrett. She was born 1821 in Tennessee.
       
Children of Peter Young and Elizabeth Rhea are:
       32       i.       Sara L.3 Young, born 1840 in Tennessee.
       33       ii.       Harriett Young, born 1842 in Tennessee.
       34       iii.       James Young, born 1844 in Tennessee.
       35       iv.       Angeline Young, born September 04, 1846 in Tennessee; died June 25, 1903 in Missouri.
       36       v.       William Carl Young, born 1848 in Tennessee; died May 23, 1904 in Webster Co., MO. He married Betty Black Cain July 14, 1871.


       12. William Carroll2 Young (John1) was born 1822 in Tennessee, and died October 24, 1898 in Webster Co., MO. He married Sarah Jane Rhea January 08, 1842 in Tennessee, daughter of Alexander Ray and Zilphy Garrett. She was born June 09, 1822 in Tennessee, and died February 15, 1909 in Webster Co., MO.
       
Children of William Young and Sarah Rhea are:
       37       i.       Mary3 Young, born 1843 in Tennessee.
       38       ii.       Nancy Jane Young, born 1845 in Tennessee; died in Missouri. She married Peter Stever.
       39       iii.       James Young, born 1847 in Tennessee. He married Rebecca White.
+       40       iv.       Reese Porter Young, born 1849; died 1936.
       41       v.       Martha Young, born 1850. She married John Skidmore.
       42       vi.       Sara Ann Young, born 1850. She married General Stever.
       43       vii.       John Henry Young, born September 02, 1853 in Maury Co., TN; died December 11, 1938 in Missouri. He married Mary Ellen Hunt August 10, 1871; born December 20, 1856; died March 24, 1932.


Generation No. 3

       16. Hanna H.3 Kennedy (Mary (Marie) "Polly"2 Young, John1) She married Unknown Davison.

Notes for Hanna H. Kennedy:
Hanna H. and Mary D are twins.
       
Children of Hanna Kennedy and Unknown Davison are:
       44       i.       Sophira Elizabeth4 Davison.
+       45       ii.       Andrew Jackson Davison, born November 20, 1837 in Fairplay, Polk Co., MO; died February 03, 1913 in 5 mi. west of Stocton, MO.


       21. James "Edward"3 Young (Robert2, John1) was born 1833 in 1913.
       
Child of James "Edward" Young is:
+       46       i.       John Jefferson4 Young, born 1856; died 1941.


       22. Sophina (Zerviah) Elizabeth3 Young (Thomas Kennedy2, John1) was born July 16, 1840 in Jackson Co., AL, and died January 29, 1877 in Cedar Co., AL. She married Landrum Henry Sorrels June 11, 1857 in Stockton, Cedar Co., MO. He was born April 02, 1834 in Louisville, KY, and died January 25, 1872 in Blue Springs, Carroll Co., AR.
       
Children of Sophina Young and Landrum Sorrels are:
       47       i.       Charlotie4 Sorrels.
       48       ii.       Malinda Jane Sorrels, born February 28, 1865.
       49       iii.       George William Sorrels, born May 23.
       50       iv.       James Henry Sorrels, born October 09, 1866.
       51       v.       Christopher Columbus Sorrels, born October 08, 1868.
       52       vi.       Virgil Perry Sorrels, born March 27, 1870.
       53       vii.       Young Landrum Sorrels, born April 04, 1872.


       23. Thomas K3 Young, Jr. (Thomas Kennedy2, John1) was born May 23, 1841 in Roane Co, TN, and died April 27, 1922 in Polk Co., MO. He married (1) Matilda Sutherland January 30, 1861. She was born May 15, 1834, and died February 01, 1875. He married (2) Lavica Catherine Griffin January 30, 1878. She was born April 10, 1856, and died November 14, 1890. He married (3) Rhoda Adeline Box December 20, 1891, daughter of Daniel Squire Box. She was born July 21, 1854, and died January 19, 1945.

Notes for Thomas K Young, Jr.:
Young, A Genealogy of thomas and Rhoda A. Dec 1993. p.11
There are many errors in this book, however there are some striking similarities.
Thomas and Matilda had been married only a few weeks when the Civil War began. Two years later the fighting continued. Thomas joined the union Army as a private in Co. A, 7th Provisional Regiment Missouri Militia.
Stockton, Missouri, the county seat of Cedar Coutny (for several years known as Fremont) was in possession of Union troops most of the tiem. The courthouse was barricaded and soldiers guarded it. Thomas Young was one of those guards.
In the fall of 1863, col. J.O. Shelby led confederate troops on a raid into Missouri from Arkansas. They captured Neosho, burned Bowers Mill, prisoners were taken and the court house burned in Greenfield. Then they descended upon Stockton. Twenty-five militia guarding the court house were killed, several captured, andothers were wonded. The court house was burned and the entire town damaged before col. Shelby and his army moved on, damaging Caplinger Mills, Humansville, Warsaw, and Cole Camp on their way to Boonville.
Thomas Young was one of the soldiers wounded in the battle of Stockton. he and other inured men hid for several days in a cave situated under the town. A doctor finally found them and treated their wounds. Due to his inuries, Thomas was dicharged from teh army the folliwng January.
After Matilda died Thomas married several more times.
Thomas was a mild mannered person, 5 feet 10 inches in height with dark hair and eyes. He was a farmer adn his favorite diversion was music. He and his brother, William D, often played "fiddle" for community and church gatherings when they were growing up. Thomas lived for a few years with the Akard family in Polk county; therefore he was well acquainted in neighborhoods in both counties.


More About Thomas K Young, Jr.:
Burial: Pleasant Ridge Cemetery

More About Matilda Sutherland:
Burial: Sutherland Cemetery, Polk Co., MO

More About Lavica Catherine Griffin:
Burial: Southerland Cemetery

More About Rhoda Adeline Box:
Burial: Pleasant Ridge Cemetery
       
Children of Thomas Young and Matilda Sutherland are:
       54       i.       Frances "Fanny" A4 Young, born January 27, 1862; died May 19, 1941. She married Jacob A. Meek; born 1858; died 1927.

More About Frances "Fanny" A Young:
Burial: Pleasant Ridge Cemetery, Polk Co., MO

More About Jacob A. Meek:
Burial: Pleasant Ridge Cemetery, Polk Co., MO

       55       ii.       John W. Young, born December 15, 1863 in Cedar Co., MO; died May 07, 1934. He married Sadie Owen August 17, 1890; born 1871; died 1949.

More About John W. Young:
Burial: Lindley Prairie Cemetery, Cedar Co., MO

More About Sadie Owen:
Burial: Lindley Prairie Cemetery, Cedar Co., MO

       56       iii.       James Owen Young, born May 19, 1866; died February 28, 1943.
       57       iv.       Thomas Grant Young, born September 21, 1868.

Notes for Thomas Grant Young:
He married and he and his wife went to Baker, Oregon where they raised thie four sons. They never returned to Missouri.

       58       v.       Mary Elizabeth Young, born September 26, 1870.
       59       vi.       Lonni Young, born September 18, 1873.

Notes for Lonni Young:
He did not marry. He made a trip to Oregon to visit his brother, Grant and was a passenger on a train. he accidentally fell from it and died from injuries suffered in the fall.

       
Children of Thomas Young and Lavica Griffin are:
       60       i.       Alvin M.4 Young, born November 04, 1878; died October 30, 1879.
       61       ii.       David N. Young, born April 17, 1880; died June 20, 1880.
       62       iii.       Eva Young, born January 21, 1884; died September 18, 1886.

       
Child of Thomas Young and Rhoda Box is:
       63       i.       Homer Walter4 Young, born May 18, 1895.


       24. Martha Jane3 Young (Thomas Kennedy2, John1) was born May 17, 1842 in Maury Co., TN, and died March 02, 1916 in Cedar Co., AL. She married Andrew Jackson Davison August 08, 1860 in Cedar Co., MO, son of Unknown Davison and Hanna Kennedy. He was born November 20, 1837 in Fairplay, Polk Co., MO, and died February 03, 1913 in 5 mi. west of Stocton, MO.

More About Martha Jane Young:
Burial: Cedar Bluff Cemetery

Notes for Andrew Jackson Davison:
Civil War Veteran

More About Andrew Jackson Davison:
Burial: Cedar Bluff Cemetery
       
Children of Martha Young and Andrew Davison are:
       64       i.       Clemantine B.4 Davison, born March 08, 1863; died April 28, 1922 in 7 mi south of Stocton, Cedar Co., MO.
       65       ii.       Margaret A. A. Davison, born January 30, 1865.
       66       iii.       James W. Davison, born August 03, 1867.
       67       iv.       Netwon O. Davison, born December 16, 1871.
       68       v.       Ollie J. Davison, born January 16, 1877.


       29. John Plez3 Young (Thomas Kennedy2, John1) was born August 02, 1857 in Cedar Co., Missouri, and died December 06, 1911 in Virgil, Choctaw County, OK. He married Elizabeth Bettie Sipes November 16, 1879 in Howard County, Arkansas, daughter of William Sipes and Henrietta Green. She was born October 04, 1861 in Sevier Co., Arkansas, and died January 01, 1940 in Sylvester, Fischer Co., TX.

Notes for John Plez Young:
1880 Arkansas Census, Howard County, Saline Township, pmicrofilm page 106B, line 27 (living next to William Walter Sipes (Sypes))
Young, John P. 23 born MO both parents born MO
, Elizabeth 18 born AR, both parents born TN

*1900 Texas Census, Vol 70 ED 87 Sheet 9, Line 148, Lamar County, Precinct 8*

- Young, Wm Head White Male Jan 1878 23 Single Birth - Texas F - Illinois Mother - Kentucky Day Laborer, Months not employed - 7 Read - No, Write - No, Speak English - Yes, Rent House
-- John Father White Male Aug 1856 43 Married YRS Married - 20, Missouri/Tennessee/Missouri Day Laborer, Months not employed - 0 Read - No, Write - No, Speak English - Yes
-- Bettie Mother White Female Oct 1861 38 Married YRS Married - 20, Total Children (illegible), Children Alive - 8, Arkansas/Tennesse/Tennesse Read - Yes, Write - Yes, Speak English - Yes
-- Ellar Sister White Female Jun 1872 (Year should be 1883) 17 Single Arkansas/not listed/Arkansas, Read - Yes, Write - Yes, Speak English - Yes
-- John Brother White Male Apr 1882 18 Single Arkansas/not listed/Arkansas, Day Laborer, Months not employed - 3, Read - Yes, Write - Yes, Speak English - Yes
-- Tomie Brother White Male Nov 1885 14 Single Texas/not listed/Arkansas, Day Laborer, Months not employed - 2, Read -Yes, Write - Yes, Speak English - Yes
-- Walter Brother White Male Feb 1888 12 Single Texas/not listed/Arkansas, Day Laborer, Months not employed - 1, 2 months of schools, Read - Yes, Write -Yes, Speak English - Yes
-- Zim Sister White Female Oct 1889 10 Single Texas/not listed/Arkansas, Read -Yes, Write - Yes, Speak English - Yes
-- Bert Brother White Male Nov 1893 6 Single Texas/not listed/Arkansas
-- Fred Brother White Male July 1896 3 Single Texas/not listed/Arkansas

1910 Oklahoma Census, Choctaw County, Wilson Township, Vol 11, E.D. 69, Family 144
Young, J.P. 53 M1 30 years MO TN Mississippi
Bettie 48 M1 30 years 10 children 8 living AR TN TN
Tommy        24 S TX MO AR
Johnny 29 w.d. AR MO AR
Bert 16 OK MO AR
Fred 12 TX MO AR
Gracie 8 TX MO AR

Fort Towson Enterprise Dec 8, 1911 pg. 4
Killing at Spencerville.
J.J. Young, a prominent and highly respected farmer of the Spencerville community, was shot and killed Monday afternoon by Will Willburn while the former was going home in his wagon alone. An old grudge is said to have been the cause of the killing. Wilburn was arrested by Deputy Sheriff Pink Anderson and lodged in jail.
Fort Towson is located in SE Oklahoma, Choctaw County.

The Hugo Husonian, Jan 11, 1912 p. 1
Wilburn Starving in County Jail
Man Charged with Killing of John Young Refuses to take Nourishment
For a week Wilburn has had only such nourishment as can be injected into stomach.
Will Wilburn, in jail, charged with the murder of John Young, the killing having occurred near the Spencerville home of Young several weeks ago, is trying to starve himself to death in the county jail and has taken no food since Monday last, save a what has been injected into him by the aid of the county physician, the sheriff, and retinue of retainers, who do not feel that a man ought to starve to death. The most appetizing food does not cause Wilburn to eat.
Wilburn seems determined to die. He called Sheriff Loftin to him Friday and asked that his wife be sent for, that he might make all arrangements for his funeral, that being a certainty in the mind of Wilburn.
Wilburn, between 40 and 45 years of age and was not known as a quarrelsome man. Young had had trouble with Wilburn and as Young was going home from Fort Towson, some man stepped from behind a tree by the road and emptied the contents of a shotgun into the body of Young, who died the next day.
Wilburn was arrested the following day and brought to this city where he has since been in jail. He is without education and has had but few advantages, but seems determined to starve himself to death before the time for his trial, which can not occur until the regular term of district court.

Criminal Case 1913 Book 1 page 477 case #475
The following list is a list of witnesses called on behalf of the State, to prove allegations of the information charging Will Wilburn and W.M. Hullinger with the murder of J.P. Young. Wilburn was arrested January 5, 1912. During the examining trial on January 11, 1912, both pleaded not-guilty. Wilburn tried to get out on bail by saying being enclosed in a jail cell with loud noise was bad on his health since he had lived his life on the farm. Request denied. The trail began at 9 a.m. March 27, 1912. Hullinger was acquitted. I believe he had an alibi. Wilburn was found guilty by all 12 jurors (J.W. Davis - Foreman) and sent to the State Penitentiary in McAlester, April 6, 1912.

Witnesses for the state:
P.C. Anderson Ft. Towson A.J. Harris Unknown
R.M. Broadhead Idabel L.W. Oaks Hugo
Tom Brannon Spencerville Mrs. A.J. Harris Unknown
J.P. Ricket Spencerville Rosa Ricketts Spencerville
Tom Young Spencerville J.J. Young Spencerville
Claude Earthman Spencerville John Kennedy Ft. Towson
A. A. Iglehart Ft. Towson A.W. Teal Spencerville
G.W. Young Spencerville H.F. Teal Spencerville
P.C. Archer Ft. Towson Ira Henderson Spencerville
Ed Henderson Spencerville George Buchanan Spencerville
Wesley Teel Spencerville J.C. Young Spencerville
B.J. Blair Spencerville D. Roden Ft. Towson
H.A. Grant Bennington James Thoir Ft. Towson
John Grant Bennington Bob Hinch Hugo
Marlow Cole Sawyer N.N. Nelson Spencerville
Elmer Broadhead Idabel Effie Rickett Spencerville
T. S. Brannon Spencerville Thomas Wright Spencerville
R.D. Anglin Sawyer V.T. Stephenam Sawyer
Julius Frazier Spencerville Jim Tuck Sawyer
F.C. Roberds Spencerville Elmer Green Spencerville
Jonas Smith's boy Spencerville Sam Thomas Spencerville
Dick Floyd Spencerville Jimmy Johnson Hugo

There were others who were subpoenaed, however they did not attend the trial.

Witnesses for the defendants:
J.H. Maynard Belzonia Will Maynard Belzonia
W.C. Self Rattan Pete Williams Corrine



Fort Towson Enterprise Apr 5, 1912 pg. 1
Willburn Gets Life
The jury in the case of Will Willburn assessed his punishment at life in the penitentiary. The case was hard fought by both the prosecution and the defense, and the jury was out with the case many hours.
The crime for which Willburn will serve the balance of his natural life in the state penitentiary is the murder of John Young on the evening of Dec 8, last. Young, who had been to Fort Towson, was returning home in his wagon, and when near his home at Spencerville a man stepped from behind a tree and emptied the contents of a double-barreled shotgun into him.
Young was found in the road and carried to his home where he lived for several hours. Before he died he made a post mortem statement that Willburn was the man who did the shooting, and that he saw and recognized him as he stepped out in the road. Willburn was arrested on this statement and brought to Hugo and placed in jail. A few days after his arrest, he refused to eat, trying to starve himself to death before he came to trial. The killing was caused by a feud, which had existed between the two men for sometime.
There were a large number of witnesses in the case. The whole Spencerville neighborhood, nearly, was summoned in the case. It was proved that Willburn had made many statements concerning Young, which had great weight with the jury.

The Hugo Husonian, Apr 4, 1912 p. 1
Hullenger Free Willburn Guilty
Jury in Famous Spencerville Murder Case Gave One Sentence of Life Imprisonment
John Young's Death Caused Will Willburn to be Given Life Sentence to Prison
After being out until 1:45 0'clock Sunday morning, the jury in the case of Oklahoma versus Will Willburn and William Hullenger for the murder of John Young, returned a verdict of guilty as to Willburn, and innocent as to Hullenger.
The case was on trial from 2 o'clock Thursday until Saturday, argument of the counsel closing Saturday night at the prolonged session of the court. The state had an array of talent in the trial, Colonel Hardison and Assistant Strange being assisted by George Richardson and Judge Sturgeon, the latter of Paris, Texas. Stewart & McDonald fought their case for the defense alone.
The jury fixed Willburn's punishment at the remainder of his life in the state penitentiary at McAlester.
John Young was killed Dec. 4, 1911 about eight o'clock in the evening, as he was returning to his home near Spencerville from Fort Towson. He was standing up in the wagon when some one stepped from behind a tree and fired two shots from a double-barreled shotgun. One f these shots struck Young in the neck and back, but he lived several hours, his boys hearing him call for help and going to his assistance. Before Young died he made a statement, declaring that his assailant was Will Willburn. This statement, together with the fact that Willburn had expressed opinions as to Young's not being allowed or fit to live, various threats, etc, caused the evidence to sound bad for the defendant when the trial was progressing. The defense strove to set aside the dying statement of Young and valiantly battled to prove no connection of the Willburn statements to neighbors and the following death of Young. Little Effie Ricketts related that she was at the home of Willburn when the defendant was butchering a hog. Willburn was declared to have stuck the butcher knife into the hog, and exclaimed, "I wish you were old John Young." Many other damaging statements were brought into the evidence, which with the dying statement of Young caused the case to be hard from the outset against Willburn.
It will be recalled that shortly after Willburn was placed in jail that he refused to eat, and it was a week before anyone could induce him to take food.
The case against Hullenger was more the result of neighborhood dissension than proof. Hullenger is a merchant who had been in a feud with Young. Young was to have appeared in a perjury case against Hullenger, Dec. 8, and that with former troubles caused issuance of a warrant charging him with the conspiring to kill Young. The Young faction was bitter over the death of the leader and neighborhood felling ran high. Hullenger's brother-in-law testified that the merchant had asked him to kill Young, but the defense broke down the statement by bringing in witnesses to prove that Hullenger and his relative were not on speaking terms.


Gravestone: Woodsman of the World http://www.woodmen.com/history.htm
Name: J.P. Young
Date of Birth: August 2,1857
Date of death: December 23,1911
Policy was issued on: September 27,1907 at the age of 50
City and State: Spencerville, Okla.
certificate number: 33220
Death claim was paid on: January 25,1912
Monument was issued on March 2,1912
Since the death claim was paid, all the information was destroyed.

Occupation: Brick factory, Gristmill & Cotton Gin

Had cattle Ranch in Chicota, Texas

John Plez and Elizabeth Bettie Travel Trail

1856: Missouri
1879: Arkansas
1882: Arkansas
1883: Texas
1885: Texas
1888: Texas
1889: Bonham, Texas
1893: Eagletown, Indian Territory
1897: Sylvester, Fischer Co., TX
1899: Sylvester, Fischer Co., TX
1900: Texas, Lamar County
1901: Sylvester, Fischer Co., TX
1911: Oklahoma, Spencerville, Choctaw Co.


Out of "CEMETERY RECORDS OF FISHER COUNTY, TEXAS VOLUME 1 (1804-1992)" SYLVESTER CEMETERY Section 11 on page 38 of that book has
YOUNG, Bettie/ October 4,1861-January 1, 1940. Grandmother
YOUNG, Fred Tyler/ July 29,1897- February 12,1929.
On page 37 is these two Youngs'
YOUNG Ledna/ WIFE of WALTER C. YOUNG/ 1885-1918
YOUNG, Walter C./ 1882-1968
On page 36 is these Youngs'
YOUNG, Albert A./1909-1984. McCoy Mort.
(DS) YOUNG Albert A. "Sparkey"/ July 13, 1907- April 13, 1984.
YOUNG, Irene TABOR/ September 16, 1917- ND/ m. July 11,1936.

John Plez Young owned 2 saw mills and a cotton gin in Spencerville, Oklahoma.

It is rumored that John Plez Young was related to the Younger Brothers. Belle Star is known to have tended a farm near Paris, Lamar County, Texas. Could this have been the farm of John Plez Young?

On February 3, 1889, while Starr was living in the Choctaw Nation, near the Canadian River, an unknown assassin killed her from ambush with a shotgun.

Researching:

NAME: BIRTH: DEATH:
Lillie Jane Martin Young 4 Jul 1884 10 Dec 1918
CEMETERY: LOCATION IN CEMETERY:
Minter SOUTHWEST
NOTES:
THE PARIS MORNING NEWS, Sunday, December 15, 1918: 'Mrs. Lillie Young, the wife of George [W.] Young, a well known young farmer of the Minter community, died last week in the southern part of the state, where she and her husband had gone to visit the family of his brother, Will Young, who had moved there recently. She contracted influenza soon after reaching there and pneumonia developed. Before her marriage she was Miss Lillie Martin, she had lived at Minter for many years. She is survived by her husband and three little children. The remains were brought home last Thursday night and were buried at Minter yesterday.'
Note: Her Parents were James M. MARTIN Mother: Susan E. EUDY

I believe this is G.W. Young, son of William J. Young and R.A. of Lamar County 1880, Precinct 1. G.W. was born in 1878 in TX, Father MO, and Mother IL. There was a G.W. Young at the shooting trail of John Plez Young. Could they be related?

G.W. and Lillie Martin were married in Lamar County, TX 9 Dec 1906

Researching:

Sevier County in 1870. Bride's Index:
Young, Sarah to Jeremiah Steward bk 1 p 27
Young, Mary to John Walden bk 1 p 78
Young, Neaty Caroline to Andrew Blackwood bk 1 p 97
Young, Maria Eilenlen to Alijah Burchett bk 3 p 89
Young, Palina Jane to Milton Blackwell bk 3 p 24
Young, Fannie to Giles Coulter bk 3 p 529
Young, M. D. to John L Hill bk 3 p 276
Young, Evaline to Wm Franklin King bk 3 p 106
Young, Martha E to Jesse G Parker bk 3 p 43

1880 Sevier County
Young, James
lived in school district #27
Clear Creek Township

Young, R.F.
school district #27
Clear Creek T.

Young, Joe
school district #20
Paraclifta T.

Young, J.H.
school district #1
1880 John Henry Young (28)
Washington T.
3 kids

Researching:
1850 Indepence County, AR
28 204 204 Young Plesant L. 48 M Farmer 150 Tenn
29 204 204 Young Nancy J. 35 F SC
30 204 204 Young Mary L. 12 F Tenn
31 204 204 Young John L. 8 M MO
32 204 204 Young George W. 4 M Ark
33 204 204 Young Sarah J. 3 F "
34 204 204 Young Tennesse E. 6/12 F "




More About John Plez Young:
Burial: Presbyterian Cemetery in Chicota, Texas

Notes for Elizabeth Bettie Sipes:
Some have listed Father and Mother as Henry and Henretta Sipes. Researching

"CEMETERY RECORDS OF FISHER COUNTY,TEXAS VOLUME 1 (1804-1992)" SYLVESTER CEMETERY Section 11 on page 38
YOUNG, Bettie/ October 4,1861-January 1, 1940. Grandmother

Marriage Notes for John Young and Elizabeth Sipes:
John P Young 21 Saline Twp to Bettie Sipes 18 Saline Twp 16 Nov 1879-by
J.G. Ward, MG M E. Church South -Book B1 page 153

       
Children of John Young and Elizabeth Sipes are:
+       69       i.       James William "Will"4 Young, born March 29, 1881 in Arkansas; died May 08, 1963 in Hugo, Choctaw, Oklahoma at Spencerville Cemetery.
+       70       ii.       John "Johnnie" (J.J.) Young, born April 21, 1882 in Arkansas; died Abt. 1925 in Spencerville, Choctaw Co., Oklahoma.
+       71       iii.       Ella Young, born June 04, 1883 in Arkansas; died November 15, 1961 in Sylvester, Fischer Co., TX.
+       72       iv.       Tommy Leslie Young, born November 24, 1885 in Texas; died November 28, 1928 in Sawyer (Choctaw Co.) Oklahoma, Spencerville Cemetery.
       73       v.       Walter Young, born 1888 in Texas; died 1906 in Possibly Indian Territory, Choctaw Co., OK.
+       74       vi.       Zimrude Aglentine Young, born October 10, 1889 in Bonham, Texas; died 1971 in Grand Saline, Van Zandt Co.,Texas.
+       75       vii.       Bert Harden Young, born November 15, 1893 in Texas; died March 20, 1958 in Hugo, Choctaw Co., Oklahoma.
+       76       viii.       Fred Tyler Young, born July 29, 1897 in Sylvester, Fischer Co., TX; died February 12, 1929 in Fort Worth, TX.
       77       ix.       A.R.G.E. Young, born June 01, 1899 in Sylvester, Fischer Co., TX; died May 14, 1900 in Chicota, Texas at Presbyterian Cemetery.

Notes for A.R.G.E. Young:
AME: BIRTH: DEATH:
Arge Young 1 Jun 1899 14 May 1900
CEMETERY: LOCATION IN CEMETERY:
Presbyterian SOUTHWEST
NOTES:
Tombstone is inscribed, A.R.G.E. 'Son of J.P. & L.B. Young.'
http://tn-3.rootsweb.com:8080/~marce/cgi-bin/lcem_search.cgi?id=72886



+       78       x.       Gracie C. Young, born October 13, 1901 in Sylvester, Fischer Co., TX; died in Abilene, Texas.


       30. James "Jim" Carroll3 Young (Thomas Kennedy2, John1) was born March 04, 1860 in Cedar Co., Missouri. He married (2) Lillie Marshall September 13, 1897 in Lamar County, Texas, daughter of M. Marshall and Tina Unknown. She was born March 1879 in Texas.

Notes for James "Jim" Carroll Young:
1900 Texas Census, Lamar County, Vol 70 ED 82 Sheet 8 Line 22 Precinct 3
Young, James Mar 1863 age 37 M2 Famer Renting MO MO MO (question may have been where are they from?)
Lillie M. Wife Mar 1879 Age 21 M1 No children TX TN TN
Calvin (S) Nov 1887 Age 12 S TX MO AR
Baldwin, Lena (Orphan) Jan 1884 age 16 House Keeper No children TX MO AR
Lyndsay, William (Hired Hand) Mar 1886 age 14 Single Farm Laborer TX MO MO

1910 Oklahoma Census, Choctaw County, Wilson Township, Vol 11, E.D. 69, Family 145
Young, J.C. 50 M2 11 years MO TN Mississippi
Lillie 30 M1 11 years 4 children 2 alive TX TN TN
Callie (S) 20 S AR MO AR
Jimmie V (D) 6 OK MO TX
Alice (D) 4 OK MO TX

1920 Oklahoma Census, Choctaw County, Wilson Township
Young, James C. head Rent M W 59 MO US US
Lillie M. Wife 40 TX TN TN
Jimmie W (D) 16 OK MO TX
Alice R. (D) 14 OK MO TX
       
Child of James "Jim" Carroll Young is:
       79       i.       Calvin4 Young, born November 1881 in Arkansas.

       
Children of James Young and Lillie Marshall are:
+       80       i.       Jimmie "Jenny" Vance4 Young, born Abt. 1904 in Indian Territory, Oklahoma.
       81       ii.       Alice Young, born Abt. 1906 in Indian Territory, Oklahoma.

Notes for Alice Young:
The Southeast Oklahoman, Hugo, OK Nov 22, 1928
County Notes-Rock Hill: Miss Alice Young spent Sunday with Miss Ollie Caldwell of No-Rock

The Southeast Oklahoman, Hugo, OK Nov 29, 1928
County Notes-Rock Hill: Miss Alice Young spent Sunday with Miss Nita Robinson.



       40. Reese Porter3 Young (William Carroll2, John1) was born 1849, and died 1936. He married Nancy Leona Haymes. She was born 1852, and died 1937.
       
Child of Reese Young and Nancy Haymes is:
+       82       i.       Ira "Morgan"4 Young, born 1895; died 1980.


Generation No. 4

       45. Andrew Jackson4 Davison (Hanna H.3 Kennedy, Mary (Marie) "Polly"2 Young, John1) was born November 20, 1837 in Fairplay, Polk Co., MO, and died February 03, 1913 in 5 mi. west of Stocton, MO. He married Martha Jane Young August 08, 1860 in Cedar Co., MO, daughter of Thomas Young and Rosanna Wood. She was born May 17, 1842 in Maury Co., TN, and died March 02, 1916 in Cedar Co., AL.

Notes for Andrew Jackson Davison:
Civil War Veteran

More About Andrew Jackson Davison:
Burial: Cedar Bluff Cemetery

More About Martha Jane Young:
Burial: Cedar Bluff Cemetery
       
Children are listed above under (24) Martha Jane Young.

       46. John Jefferson4 Young (James "Edward"3, Robert2, John1) was born 1856, and died 1941.
       
Child of John Jefferson Young is:
+       83       i.       James "Morgan"5 Young, born 1878; died 1958.


       69. James William "Will"4 Young (John Plez3, Thomas Kennedy2, John1) was born March 29, 1881 in Arkansas, and died May 08, 1963 in Hugo, Choctaw, Oklahoma at Spencerville Cemetery. He married Emile Almedia Broadhead, daughter of Robert Broadhead and Julie Cane. She was born November 10, 1882 in Sawyer, Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory, and died February 26, 1959 in Hugo, Choctaw, Oklahoma, Spencerville Cemetery.

Notes for James William "Will" Young:
*1920 Soundex Oklahoma Census Choctaw County Wilson Township ED77 Sheet 9A Line 149*

Young, William J. 38 AR/MO/AR
Almedia 37 AR/US/TN
Idas James (s) 13 OK
Oscar R (s) 12 OK
Claud (s) 10 OK
Addie G (d) 8 OK
Bernice A (d) OK
Ella E (d) 3 2/12 OK (my granny)
William J (s) 10/12 OK

Retired Construction Worker and Farmer
Arrived in Oklahoma in 1904 according to Death Certificate.

James farmed and the crops burned up so he got a job with Western Utilities in Sylvester, TX. Fred either traveled with him or was already there. Moved the whole family to Sylvester, TX when John Young was 9. Came back when he was 12.

More About James William "Will" Young:
Burial: May 10, 1963, Spencerville Cemetery, Choctaw Co., OK
Cause of Death: Congestive Heart Failure due to Pneumonia
Medical Information: Attended by Dr. Fountain Apr 22, 1963 to May 8, 1963.

Notes for Emile Almedia Broadhead:
Once married to an outlaw. Marriage not consumated.
       
Children of James Young and Emile Broadhead are:
+       84       i.       James "Idas" Marion5 Young, born October 13, 1906; died May 15, 1980.
+       85       ii.       Oscar Robert Young, born July 02, 1908.
       86       iii.       Claud Noah Young, born January 03, 1909; died October 01, 1962. He married Gracie Young; born Abt. 1915.

Notes for Gracie Young:
Married first cousin Claude Young, son of Will.

+       87       iv.       Gracie Addie Young, born October 23, 1911 in Spencerville, Choctaw Co., OK; died March 05, 1968 in Abilene, TX.
       88       v.       William Young, born May 02, 1913; died May 06, 1913.
       89       vi.       Bernice A Young, born March 19, 1914; died March 27, 1932.
+       90       vii.       Ella Elizabeth Young, born October 11, 1916 in Spencerville, (Choctaw Co.), Oklahoma.
+       91       viii.       John William "Uncle Wille" Young, born December 04, 1918.
       92       ix.       Louise Young, born March 20, 1920; died November 17, 1920.
       93       x.       Evelyn Young, born October 11, 1923; died December 18, 1923.
       94       xi.       Lonnie Lee Young, born December 04, 1924; died July 21, 1981.


       70. John "Johnnie" (J.J.)4 Young (John Plez3, Thomas Kennedy2, John1) was born April 21, 1882 in Arkansas, and died Abt. 1925 in Spencerville, Choctaw Co., Oklahoma. He married Annie J. Broadhead December 1911 in Choctaw County, OK, daughter of Robert Broadhead and Julie Cane. She was born April 02, 1892 in Indian Territory, Oklahoma, and died October 20, 1954 in California.

Notes for John "Johnnie" (J.J.) Young:
The Hugo Husonian, Dec 21, 1911 p.7
A marriage license was issued to J.J. Young, age 29 and Miss Anna Broadhead, age 19, both of Spencerville, and both members of widely known families in that section of Choctaw County.


1920 Oklahoma Census, Choctaw County, Wilson Township
Young, John head M W 38 AR MO AR Farmer
Annie J. wife F W 28 OK TN TN
William C. (S) M W 6 OK AR OK
Robert R. C. (S) M W 3 2/12 OK AR OK
Mevlin S. (S) M W. 10/12 OK AR OK



       
Children of John Young and Annie Broadhead are:
       95       i.       William Clarence "Bud"5 Young, born 1914.
       96       ii.       Lewis Young, born Abt. 1915.
       97       iii.       Robert "R.C." Young, born November 1916.

Notes for Robert "R.C." Young:
Possible Match. Need to Research:

YOUNG, ROBERT
452-16-5753
Birth: 30 Oct 1916
Death: Sep 1986
Longview, Texas 75605


       98       iv.       Nellie Young, born Abt. 1917. She married Unknown Smith; born Abt. 1905.
       99       v.       Melvin S. Young, born February 1919.
       100       vi.       Louis Young, born Abt. 1921.
       101       vii.       Troy Young, born Abt. 1923.


       71. Ella4 Young (John Plez3, Thomas Kennedy2, John1) was born June 04, 1883 in Arkansas, and died November 15, 1961 in Sylvester, Fischer Co., TX. She married Thomas Kelso. He was born June 14, 1868 in Arkansas, and died October 15, 1930 in Sylvester, Fischer Co., TX.

More About Ella Young:
Burial: Sylvester Cemetery, Fischer Co., TX

Notes for Thomas Kelso:
There are three in the Sylvester Cemetery, Sylvester, Texas.
Kelso, Nora 11/11/1917-5/31/1940
Kelso, Ella 6/4/1883-11/15/1961 (JM)
Kelso, Thomas 6/14/1868-10/15/1930 (JM)

More About Thomas Kelso:
Burial: Sylvester Cemetery, Fischer Co., TX
       
Children of Ella Young and Thomas Kelso are:
       102       i.       Gladys5 Kelso, born May 30, 1907; died Unknown in Sylvester Cemetery, Fischer Co., TX. She married Sidney O. Putman; born October 25, 1901; died March 05, 1983 in Sylvester Cemetery, Fischer Co., TX.
       103       ii.       Cora Kelso, born Abt. 1911. She married Ike Roberts; born Abt. 1900.
       104       iii.       Gracie Young, born Abt. 1915. She married Claud Noah Young; born January 03, 1909; died October 01, 1962.

Notes for Gracie Young:
Married first cousin Claude Young, son of Will.

       105       iv.       Nora Kelso, born November 11, 1917; died May 31, 1940 in Sylvester, Fischer Co., TX.

More About Nora Kelso:
Burial: Sylvester Cemetery, Fischer Co., TX


       72. Tommy Leslie4 Young (John Plez3, Thomas Kennedy2, John1) was born November 24, 1885 in Texas, and died November 28, 1928 in Sawyer (Choctaw Co.) Oklahoma, Spencerville Cemetery. He married Amie Viola Stanfield 1916 in Hugo (Choctaw Co.) Oklahoma, daughter of James Stanfield and Emma Maddox. She was born May 30, 1901 in Fort Towson, Indian Territory, Choctaw County, OK, and died September 27, 1982 in Dennison, Grayson Co., TX.

Notes for Tommy Leslie Young:
Occupation: Rancher
Cause of Death: Appenditcitis or pneumonia

1920 Oklahoma Census, Choctaw County, Wilson Township, Vol 11, E.D. 77, Sheet 9, Line 20
Young, Thomas head Owned M W 35 TX AR MO Farmer
Amie Wife F W 17 OK AR AR
Bettie Mother F W 61 W.D. AR MS
Plez Son 1 7/12 OK TX OK
       
Children of Tommy Young and Amie Stanfield are:
+       106       i.       John Plez5 Young, born May 13, 1918 in Sawyer, Choctaw Co., OK.
+       107       ii.       Jim Leslie "Bo" Young, born November 09, 1921.
+       108       iii.       Ola Grace Young, born Abt. 1922.
+       109       iv.       Tommy Lonnie Young, born Abt. 1923.
+       110       v.       Edna Louise Young, born 1923; died April 11, 1945 in Antlers, Pushmataha Co., OK.


       74. Zimrude Aglentine4 Young (John Plez3, Thomas Kennedy2, John1) was born October 10, 1889 in Bonham, Texas, and died 1971 in Grand Saline, Van Zandt Co.,Texas. She married Henry Hartwell "Saint" Teel Abt. 1906, son of Tomason Teel and Kathlene Patel. He was born December 25, 1888 in Clarksville or De Kalb, Texas, and died September 27, 1967 in Grand Saline, Van Zandt Texas 78 yrs. 3 mo..
       
Children of Zimrude Young and Henry Teel are:
       111       i.       Pearl5 Teel, born December 07, 1907; died Abt. 1984 in Dallas, Dallas, Texas. She married (1) Edmon Harrison Abt. 1932; born Abt. 1917. She married (2) Johnny Miller Abt. 1944; born Abt. 1917.
       112       ii.       Pearl Young, born Abt. 1908.
       113       iii.       Harve Young, born Abt. 1909.
+       114       iv.       Harvey Teel, born September 30, 1909 in Spencerville, Ok.; died October 22, 1972 in Dallas, Dallas Co., Texas Buried 10 25 1972.
       115       v.       Linnie Young, born Abt. 1911.
       116       vi.       Tulos Young, born Abt. 1912.
       117       vii.       Winnie Belle Young, born Abt. 1912.
+       118       viii.       Linda Mae (Linnie) Teel, born May 16, 1913; died June 19, 1991 in Rockwall, Buried, Woodside Grand Saline.
+       119       ix.       Winnie Belle Teel, born February 26, 1915 in Spencerville, Okla.; died December 07, 1958 in 1/2 mile .s Van, Van Zandt Co. Texas 43 yrs. 9 mo. 9 days.
       120       x.       Tulles Teel1, born March 27, 1911; died September 17, 1969 in Grand Saline, Texas 58 yrs 5 mo., 20 days. He married Unknown Gussie; born Abt. 1916.
+       121       xi.       Pearl Teel, born Abt. 1917.


       75. Bert Harden4 Young (John Plez3, Thomas Kennedy2, John1) was born November 15, 1893 in Texas, and died March 20, 1958 in Hugo, Choctaw Co., Oklahoma. He married Lillie "Mammy" Belle Pitts Abt. 1916, daughter of John Pitts and Ella Paden. She was born June 15, 1896 in Milan, Gibson County, Tennessee, and died September 05, 1987 in Spencerville, Choctaw Co., Oklahoma.

Notes for Bert Harden Young:
1920 Oklahoma Census, Choctaw County, Wilson Township Vol II E.D. 77 Sheet 9 Line 13
Young, Bert H. Head Rent M W 25 (could not Read or Write) TX/MO/KS
Lillie B. Wife F W 22 TN/TN/TN
Curtis Son 1 8/12 OK/TX/TN
Frank Son 8/12 OK/TX/TN
Robinson, William T. Hired man M W 21 MO/LA/IN


More About Bert Harden Young:
Burial: Spencerville Cemetery, Choctaw Co., OK

More About Lillie "Mammy" Belle Pitts:
Burial: September 07, 1987, Spencerville Cemetery, Choctaw Co., OK
       
Children of Bert Young and Lillie Pitts are:
+       122       i.       Fred Earl5 Young, born July 25, 1928 in Spencerville, Choctaw Co., OK; died in Still Living.
+       123       ii.       Curtis Harden Young, born May 05, 1918 in Boswell, Choctaw Co., Oklahoma; died October 09, 1966 in Spencerville, Choctaw Co., Oklahoma.
+       124       iii.       John Franklin Young, born May 22, 1919 in Boswell, Choctaw Co., OK; died January 30, 1987 in Spencerville, Choctaw Co., Oklahoma.


       76. Fred Tyler4 Young (John Plez3, Thomas Kennedy2, John1) was born July 29, 1897 in Sylvester, Fischer Co., TX, and died February 12, 1929 in Fort Worth, TX. He married Bessie A. Harrison Abt. 1916. She was born October 11, 1898, and died January 02, 1999 in Dallas, Dallas Co., Texas.

Notes for Fred Tyler Young:
1920 Oklahoma Census, Choctaw County, Wilson Township, Vol II E.D. 77 Sheet 9 Line 47
Young, Fred D. head rent M W 22 TX MO AR Farmer
Bessie A. wife F W 21 AR TN LA
Bessie O. (D) F W 2 2/12 OK TX AR


More About Fred Tyler Young:
Burial: Sylvester Cemetery, Sylvester, Fischer Co., TX

More About Bessie A. Harrison:
Burial: Sylvester Cemetery, Sylvester, Fischer Co., TX
       
Children of Fred Young and Bessie Harrison are:
       125       i.       Bessie Opal5 Young, born November 1917. She married Frank Smith; born Abt. 1917.

Notes for Bessie Opal Young:
7 Children

       126       ii.       Haskell Young, born 1921. He married Louise Unknown.

Notes for Haskell Young:
No Children

       127       iii.       Earl Ray Young, born 1924. He married Shirley Brewer; born Abt. 1924.

Notes for Earl Ray Young:
Twin
5 Children

       128       iv.       Edna May Young, born 1924. She married Homer Franklin; born Abt. 1924.

Notes for Edna May Young:
Twin
5 children

       129       v.       Tommy "Jack" Lloyd Young, born 1926. He married Patricia Taylor; born Abt. 1927; died April 01, 1999.

Notes for Tommy "Jack" Lloyd Young:
3 children

       130       vi.       Fred Tyler Young, Jr., born 1929. He married Shirley Moore; born Abt. 1929.

Notes for Fred Tyler Young, Jr.:
4 Children


       78. Gracie C.4 Young (John Plez3, Thomas Kennedy2, John1) was born October 13, 1901 in Sylvester, Fischer Co., TX, and died in Abilene, Texas. She married Lee Brewer. He was born Abt. 1900.

More About Gracie C. Young:
Burial: Sylvester, Texas

Notes for Lee Brewer:
Possibly a Bank Robber
       
Children of Gracie Young and Lee Brewer are:
       131       i.       Eula5 Brewer, born Abt. 1920.

Notes for Eula Brewer:
Twin

       132       ii.       Ila Brewer, born Abt. 1921.

Notes for Ila Brewer:
Twin

       133       iii.       Carlton Brewer, born Abt. 1922.
       134       iv.       Lawrence Brewer, born Abt. 1923.


       80. Jimmie "Jenny" Vance4 Young (James "Jim" Carroll3, Thomas Kennedy2, John1) was born Abt. 1904 in Indian Territory, Oklahoma. She married Herbert Patterson. He was born Abt. 1904.
       
Children of Jimmie Young and Herbert Patterson are:
       135       i.       Daughter5 Patterson, born Abt. 1924.
       136       ii.       Daughter Patterson, born Abt. 1926.
       137       iii.       Gene Patterson, born Abt. 1928.


       82. Ira "Morgan"4 Young (Reese Porter3, William Carroll2, John1) was born 1895, and died 1980. He married Maudie Ellen Rost. She was born 1896, and died 1971.
       
Child of Ira Young and Maudie Rost is:
+       138       i.       Clara Belle5 Young, born 1929.


Generation No. 5

       83. James "Morgan"5 Young (John Jefferson4, James "Edward"3, Robert2, John1) was born 1878, and died 1958.
       
Child of James "Morgan" Young is:
       139       i.       James "Scott"6 Young, born 1904; died 1978.

Notes for James "Scott" Young:
James "Scott" Young of Scribners Mill near Culleoka, TN and Ira "Morgan" Young of Beech near Elkland, Missouri could have passed as identical twins, although they neer saw or knew of each other. They were actually two generations apart (technically 3rd cousing twice removed), even thougth there was only nine years difference in their ages.



       84. James "Idas" Marion5 Young (James William "Will"4, John Plez3, Thomas Kennedy2, John1) was born October 13, 1906, and died May 15, 1980. He married Lucille Holland. She was born Abt. 1906.
       
Children of James Young and Lucille Holland are:
       140       i.       Hollis "Mann"6 Young, born Abt. 1926; died April 11, 1969. He married Unknown Bowman; born Abt. 1926.

Notes for Hollis "Mann" Young:
Shawnee OK (Saturday) April 17, 1969

Parents killed in traffic mishap Sunday

Children Valerie (6) Young, Danny(9) Young, Sherrel (5) Young, Mary (11) Young attended Bethel School

Deceased fathers brothers: Virgil Young and Earl Young

Mothers Brother: James Wayne Bowman

Mrs. Bill Thomas is aunt to children






       141       ii.       Virgil Young, born Abt. 1927.
       142       iii.       Earl Young, born Abt. 1928.
       143       iv.       Coleen Young, born Abt. 1929. She married Unknown Renfro; born Abt. 1925.
       144       v.       Maxine Young, born Abt. 1930. She married Unknown Songer; born Abt. 1930.
       145       vi.       Caroll Young, born Abt. 1931.


       85. Oscar Robert5 Young (James William "Will"4, John Plez3, Thomas Kennedy2, John1) was born July 02, 1908. He married Dicie Unknown. She was born Abt. 1908.
       
Children of Oscar Young and Dicie Unknown are:
       146       i.       James "Pete"6 Young, born Abt. 1930. He married Rachael Moorhead; born Abt. 1930.

Notes for Rachael Moorhead:
Rachel's mom was the Sawyer rural route mail carrier for several years.


       147       ii.       Charlene Young, born Abt. 1932. She married Bill Thomas; born Abt. 1930.

More About Charlene Young:
Burial: Spencerville, Choctaw Co., OK

More About Bill Thomas:
Burial: Spencerville, Choctaw Co., OK


       87. Gracie Addie5 Young (James William "Will"4, John Plez3, Thomas Kennedy2, John1) was born October 23, 1911 in Spencerville, Choctaw Co., OK, and died March 05, 1968 in Abilene, TX. She married (1) Earl Holcomb. He was born May 02, 1907. She married (2) William Harry Carlisle 1961 in Abilene, TX. He was born March 19, 1905 in Killeen, TX, and died March 27, 1961 in Abilene, TX.

Notes for Gracie Addie Young:
Abilene Reporter-News Tuesday Morning, March 5, 1968

Clyde-Funeral for Mrs. william Harry Carlisle, 56, victim of an apparent butane blast which wrecked the home of her and her husband early Sunday, wikll be held at 3pm Tuesday in the Clyde Church of Christ.
Officiating will be Roy Phemister, minister. Burial will be in clyde Cemetery under direction of Eliott's Funeral Home.
Mrs. Carlisle, who suffered burns over 75 per cent of her body from the explosion, died at 5 a.m. Monday in Hendrick Memorial Hospital in Abilene.
Her husband, 65, was in serious condition with second and third degree burns in teh Surgical Resarch Unit of Brooke Army Medical Cetnter at Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, late Monday, according to information officers at the Center. The uni is the Army's burn treatment ward.
He was flown to Brook late Sunday night aboard a plane from Dyess AFB
Clyde Fire Chief Eston Shelnutt blamed the detonation on an accumulation of butane gas in teh house. It occurred when Mrs. Carlisle got up to light a fire, said Mrs. Carlisle's son, Kenneth Wayne Holcomb of Clyde. A fire was ignited by the explosion, which was heard and felt a mile from the house, which is located about 100 yards south of interstate 20. The house was practically demolisthed.

Mrs. Carlisle was born Addie Young Oct. 23, 1912, at Spencerville, Okla., and married mr. Carlisle in Abilene in 1961. Survivors include her husband; the son, a daughter, Mrs. Jimmy (Earlene) Brand of Sulpher, Okla; four brothers, Idis, Oscar, and Lee young, all of Sawyer, Okla, and John Young of Oklahoma City; a sister, Mrs. Glenn Stanfield of Saywer; an aunt, Mrs Grace Brewer of 12218 Shelton, Abilene; and six grandchildren.

Note: Date of birth for Addie should be 1911 instead of 1912.

Notes for Earl Holcomb:
Abilene Reporter-News Tuesday Morning, March 5, 1968

William Harry Carlisle, 63 died Wed at 1.pm. Wife died on May 4. His admission to the Brooke Army burns center was arranged by Cong. Omar Burleson.
Born Mar 19, 1905 in Killeen. Worked with the Palo Pinto Power Plan as a pipe fitter
Member of teh Chruch of Christ and a Shriner
Survivors: son Kenneth Wayne Holcomb of Clyde; one daughter, Mrs. Jimmy Brand of Sulphur, OK, two borthers, Earl of Killeen and Denny of Irving; one sister Mrs. Burt Huggins of San Antonio.


Notes for William Harry Carlisle:
Abilene Reporter-News Tuesday Morning, March 6, 1968

William Harry Carlisle, 63 died Wed at 1.pm. Wife died on May 4. His admission to the Brooke Army burns center was arranged by Cong. Omar Burleson.
Born Mar 19, 1905 in Killeen. Worked with the Palo Pinto Power Plan as a pipe fitter
Member of the Chruch of Christ and a Shriner
Survivors: son Kenneth Wayne Holcomb of Clyde; one daughter, Mrs. Jimmy Brand of Sulphur, OK, two borthers, Earl of Killeen and Denny of Irving; one sister Mrs. Burt Huggins of San Antonio.

       
Children of Gracie Young and Earl Holcomb are:
       148       i.       Earlene6 Holcomb, born November 21, 1932. She married Jimmy Brand; born Abt. 1931.
       149       ii.       Kenneth Wayne Holcomb, born November 27, 1934.


       90. Ella Elizabeth5 Young (James William "Will"4, John Plez3, Thomas Kennedy2, John1) was born October 11, 1916 in Spencerville, (Choctaw Co.), Oklahoma. She married Glen Virgil Stanfield September 19, 1932 in Spencerville, (Choctaw Co.), Oklahoma, son of James Stanfield and Emma Maddox. He was born May 05, 1913 in Virgil, (Choctaw Co.), Oklahoma2, and died November 25, 1991 in Hugo (Choctaw Co.), Oklahoma at Mt. Olvie Cemetery2.

Notes for Ella Elizabeth Young:
Interview with Ella Stanfield by Troy G. Stanfield, Jan 2000:
When I asked Granny what she remembered most about her and Pawpaw courting,
she said, "When he would leave he would always tell me when he would come
back and see me. We didn't have telephones then, you know. When the time
would come I knew he was getting close because I could hear him in the
woods. He would be whistling, or yodeling, or singing. I remember him
yodeling the most."

Her most memorable moment as a child? When she received a rag doll for
Christmas. "I remember when I woke up and went to look in my stocking, I saw
a little doll's head sticking out. I was so happy when I knew I got a doll.
We didn't get much for Christmas. Whatever was in our stocking was what we
got."



From Bible:
Torndo hit us April 2, 1982.

Bell 314 Litha Ave, Talent OR 97540

(Nellie) & Paul Smith (Young)
617 Chabot Ave
Modesto, California 95354 (Striked Out)

Mr. & Mrs J.T. McColluon
Box 254 Benton City, Wash 99320 (Striked Out)

Bell Stanfield 97540
314 Lither Ave Tallent Ore 503-535-5901

Grace Snow 1218 Shelton Abilene, Texas 79603

Dicie Young 809 E. Georgil
Shawnee, OK 74801
275-2407

John W. Young Rt 3 Box 218K Edmond OK 73013

Vera A. Holmes
120 N Broadway #515 Santa Maria Calif. 93454 (Striked Out)

Gracil Young 3120 Pecan Texarkana, AR 75502 501-774-7583

Nellie & Paul (Young) Smith
3931 coffey Road #39
Medesto, CA 95355
209-523-3319 (Striked Out)

Baby Stanfield March 2, 1934
Coleman Stanfield June 20, 1935
J.D. Stanfield April 25, 1937
Ella Mae Stanfield March 11, 1939

Witness to Glen and Ella's Wedding Idas & Lucille Young
Mrs Almedia Young



Notes for Glen Virgil Stanfield:

On Sunday June 11, 1978, The Stanfields and Youngs had their annual family reunion. Attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Lynn and Mona Young, Broken Bow, Okla.; Mr. and Mrs. (Bo) Leslie Young (Lois Base) Pickens, Okla.
From Harrah, Okla., Mrs. R.O. Young (Dicie) formly Sawyer, Ok., Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Young (Edith King); Mr. and Mrs. Randy Goos and children Kara, and Chad; Mr. and Mrs. James Yuong (Rachel Moorhead) Valeree and Cheryl Young; Mrs. Ella Stanfields, niece, Mrs. Earlene Brand and daughter Jana of Sulphur, Okla.; and Mrs. Ethel Jones Rowlette, Texas.
From Dallas, Texsa; Mr. and Mrs. Haskell Young; Mrs. Bessil (Young) Darman; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Young; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hone (Opal Young); Mrs. Sonny Wells and Jennil Henderson formerly of Hugo. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Steffy (Donna Ferguson) of Blossom, Texas.
From Oklahoma City; Mrs. Ethel Acrll; Mr. Roy Ambrose; Peggy Sunnon (Young) and children Bran, Halber, adn Julyn; Mr. and Mrs John Willie Young (Ruth King) formerly of Sawyer and Billy Thomas.
From Shawnee, Okla.; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Young; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Thomas (Cherlene Young) and daughter Judy, Jackie Young.
From Sawyer, Okla.; Mrs. Shirley Cody, Clay, Windy; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Young; (Fay Earthman); Mr. and Mrs. David Young and baby daughter; Mr and Mrs. Glen Stanfield (Ella YOung) and Mr. Idas Young.
From Hugo, Okla.; Mrs. Jennil Patterson; Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Parker and Children; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Southard (Oletia King); Mrs. Jimmie Henderson (Jimmie Stanfield); Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dean Young and daughter Christine.
From Caddo, Oka; Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Stanfield formerly of Sawyer, Okla.; Mr. and Mrs. Dale Stanfield (Nova) and baby boy Aubrey Glen; Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Watkins and children Chad and Stacey, (Marth Stanfield); Mrs. Opal (Stanfield) Watkins; Mrs. June Whitmire (Stanfield) and Children Amanda, Stephane and children Jackie, Couissa and April.
Others were Mr. Coleman Stanfield, Detroit, Tex.; Mrs. Grace Brewer, Abilene, Tex.; Mrs. Brewer is the only one left of the older Young family.

Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Tony Carter is Mr Carter's brother Wilson Carter of Hurst, Texas and ********* Carter of Gram, *******.
       
Children of Ella Young and Glen Stanfield are:
       150       i.       Baby6 Stanfield, born March 02, 1934 in March 02, 1934.
       151       ii.       Coleman Stanfield, born June 20, 1935.
       152       iii.       J.D. (I.O.) Stanfield3, born April 25, 1937 in Sawyer (Choctaw Co.) Oklahoma. He married LaCinda Lee Kastenschmidt3 August 20, 19603; born April 04, 1943 in Rosendale, Wi.

Notes for J.D. (I.O.) Stanfield:
Hugo Daily News August 17, 1995
Anniversary
Celebrating their 35th wedding anniversary on August 20 are J.D. and LaCinda Stanfield (Photo)

Indian Pioneer History, Vol. 82, p. 82, Oklahoma Historical Society
Interview 12285 with Charles Smith, Fort Towson, OK by Hazel B. Green, Journalist, Nov 30, 1937, p. 7

Dr. Cravens used to have a sawmill north of Doaksville and after he got his arm shot and had to have it amputated, he sold his mill and moved his family to the new town just east of the Kiamichi River on the A & C. Rail Road. They called the town Gilbert. Cravens was appointed Postmaster and had it named Miah, for one of his sons, Jeremiah. Then somebody named it Roby, later it was named Sawyer.


       153       iv.       Ella Mae Stanfield, born March 11, 1939. She married Scott Clinton Ferguson; born Abt. 1938.


       91. John William "Uncle Wille"5 Young (James William "Will"4, John Plez3, Thomas Kennedy2, John1) was born December 04, 1918. He married Zadie Ruth King, daughter of James King and Iva Case. She was born Abt. 1919.
       
Children of John Young and Zadie King are:
       154       i.       Ruth Evelyn6 Young, born April 26, 1940. She married Unknown Glasgow.
       155       ii.       Addie Fay Young, born January 21, 1942. She married Thomas Guinn Brownlee II; born Abt. 1939.
       156       iii.       Doris Jean Young, born September 23, 1945. She married Unknown Thompson.


       106. John Plez5 Young (Tommy Leslie4, John Plez3, Thomas Kennedy2, John1) was born May 13, 1918 in Sawyer, Choctaw Co., OK. He married Annie Deaton December 28, 1940. She was born November 14, 1921.
       
Children of John Young and Annie Deaton are:
       157       i.       Plez Douglas6 Young, born Abt. 1933. He married Carolyn Unknown; born Abt. 1934.
       158       ii.       Cledith Ann Young, born Abt. 1934. She married Joe Ray; born Abt. 1934.
       159       iii.       Larry Gene Young, born Abt. 1935. He married Cheryl Unknown; born Abt. 1936.
       160       iv.       Patricia Lynn Young, born Abt. 1936. She married Larry Dee Lankford; born Abt. 1936.
       161       v.       Roger Keith Young, born Abt. 1937. He married Patricia Ann Unknown; born Abt. 1937.


       107. Jim Leslie "Bo"5 Young (Tommy Leslie4, John Plez3, Thomas Kennedy2, John1) was born November 09, 1921. He married Opal "Lois" Baze. She was born March 08, 1924.
       
Children of Jim Young and Opal Baze are:
       162       i.       Tommy Leslie6 Young, born December 27, 1943. He married (1) Karen Hardeway; born Abt. 1943. He married (2) Shelley Hinds; born Abt. 1934.
       163       ii.       Wonda Laverne Young, born Abt. 1939. She married (1) Robbie Robinson; born Abt. 1934. She married (2) Raymond George Duncan, Sr.; born Abt. 1935.
       164       iii.       Wilma Wyvonne Young, born September 18, 1947. She married Johnny Lee Hardaway; born Abt. February 01, 1947.
       165       iv.       Billy Don Young, born June 22, 1949 in Rattan, Pushmataha Co., Oklahoma. He married (1) Ramona Kay Parsons Abt. 1972 in Silver Creek Church of Christ, Pickens, Oklahoma; born September 07, 1956 in Meford, Oregon. He married (2) Judy Alexander Aft. 1980; born July 12, 1958.
       166       v.       Jim Dale Young, born October 01, 1951. He married Kiameta Rung; born July 29, 1957.
       167       vi.       Roy Gale Young, born January 17, 1954. He married Kay Pate; born December 15, 1960.
       168       vii.       Lynn J. (IO) Young, born May 13, 1959. He married Ramona Sue Hardaway; born July 23, 1962.


       108. Ola Grace5 Young (Tommy Leslie4, John Plez3, Thomas Kennedy2, John1) was born Abt. 1922. She married Furman Cosper. He was born Abt. 1922.
       
Children of Ola Young and Furman Cosper are:
       169       i.       Carlyn6 Cosper, born Abt. 1942.
       170       ii.       Janet Cosper, born Abt. 1943.
       171       iii.       David Cosper, born Abt. 1944.
       172       iv.       Don Cosper, born Abt. 1945.


       109. Tommy Lonnie5 Young (Tommy Leslie4, John Plez3, Thomas Kennedy2, John1) was born Abt. 1923. He married Dorthy Mae Stevens. She was born Abt. 1923.
       
Children of Tommy Young and Dorthy Stevens are:
       173       i.       Vernon Eugene6 Young, born January 09, 1945. He married Doris Jean Funk; born Abt. 1945.

Notes for Vernon Eugene Young:
I was born in San Francisco, CA; moved to Savoy, TX at the age of 5; Bells, TX at the age of 7; Pink Hill, TX at the age of 9, Tom Bean, TX at the age of 11; Denison, TX at the age of 13-14. Educated at North Texas State College 1962-63; entered military services with the USAF in 1963 during the Cuban Missile Crisis; served in DaNang, Vietnam 1965-1966, USAF(SS) 6922nd Security Wing, S/Sgt; returned to finish my education at the University of Maryland, College Park, MD, 1967-1969.

I'm the CEO of Paragon Financial Services of Indiana Inc., a small mortgage banking firm in Indianapolis, IN.


Notes for Doris Jean Funk:
My wife was born in Richmond Hills, NY; moved to Lindenhurst, Long Island NY; educated at Smith College. We met during my duty assignment at the National Security Agency in 1964-65... married May 1st, 1965.

       174       ii.       Linda Viola Young, born 1947. She married Billy Sam Rowe Abt. 1967; born Abt. 1940.
       175       iii.       Lonnie Timothy Young, born 1954. He married Carolyn Buckaloo; born Abt. 1955.
       176       iv.       Peggy Ann Young, born 1956. She married Donald Coley; born Abt. 1940.


       110. Edna Louise5 Young (Tommy Leslie4, John Plez3, Thomas Kennedy2, John1) was born 1923, and died April 11, 1945 in Antlers, Pushmataha Co., OK. She married Earl Gibson. He was born Abt. 1923.

Notes for Edna Louise Young:
Earl, Edna Louise, the baby she was about to have, two uncles of Earl, Earl's grandparents, and his mother and father were killed in a tornado. Edna Louise had left her two older daughters in Rattan, Pushmataha Co., OK. with her mother, Amie, to watch while she gave birth to the third child. As a result, the two older girls were left orphans.

       
Children of Edna Young and Earl Gibson are:
       177       i.       Edna Lorine6 Gibson, born Abt. 1943. She married Unknown Craddock; born Abt. 1943.
       178       ii.       Earlene Gibson, born Abt. 1945. She married Bill Hatcher; born Abt. 1944.


       114. Harvey5 Teel (Zimrude Aglentine4 Young, John Plez3, Thomas Kennedy2, John1)4 was born September 30, 1909 in Spencerville, Ok., and died October 22, 1972 in Dallas, Dallas Co., Texas Buried 10 25 1972. He married (1) Adell Issac May 08, 1937. She was born September 19, 1921. He married (2) Adell Iswac4 Private. She was born Abt. 1910. He married (3) Willie Mack Teel4 Abt. 1930. She was born Abt. 1910.
       
Children of Harvey Teel and Adell Issac are:
       179       i.       Darlene Samone6 Teel, born September 02, 1937. She married (1) Billy Iverson Shaver September 25, 1954; born Abt. 1937. She married (2) John Robert Stanbery August 13, 1961; born Abt. 1935.
       180       ii.       Adean Teel, born April 09, 1940. She married Richard A. Laws February 18, 1956; born Abt. 1940.

       
Children of Harvey Teel and Adell Iswac are:
       181       i.       Darlene6 Teel4, born Abt. 1928.
       182       ii.       Adene Teel4, born Abt. 1929.
       183       iii.       Linda Teel4, born Abt. 1930. She married (1) Norman William Brown February 22, 1958; born Abt. 1930. She married (2) Billy Milton Bond January 23, 1965; born Abt. 1930. She married (3) Sidney Anoatubby September 02, 1974; born Abt. 1920; died May 25, 1998 in Lewisville, Denton Co. Texas.

More About Sidney Anoatubby:
Burial: May 30, 1998, Buried in Tishomingo, OK.

       184       iv.       Harvey Jr. Teel4, born Abt. 1933. He married (1) Kay Jackson; born Abt. 1933. He married (2) Vicki Jackson; born Abt. 1933. He married (3) Nikki Hodge; born Abt. 1933.

       
Children of Harvey Teel and Willie Teel are:
       185       i.       Windolene6 Teel4, born Abt. 1930.
       186       ii.       Wyndlene Teel, born February 07, 1931. She married Ardovina Jessamine June 07, 1949; born Abt. 1931.


       118. Linda Mae (Linnie)5 Teel (Zimrude Aglentine4 Young, John Plez3, Thomas Kennedy2, John1) was born May 16, 1913, and died June 19, 1991 in Rockwall, Buried, Woodside Grand Saline. She married John Thomas (Johnnie (Theo) Simpson January 01, 1944 in Pineville, La.. He was born December 17, 1913 in Whitmire, S. C., and died December 13, 1973 in Dallas, Buried Woodside, Grand Saline.

More About Linda Mae (Linnie) Teel:
Fact 2: Occupation

More About John Thomas (Johnnie (Theo) Simpson:
Fact 2: Occupation
Fact 6: Residence
       
Children of Linda Teel and John Simpson are:
       187       i.       Johnnie Lynn6 Simpson4, born Abt. 1945. She married James Robert (Jim) Miller4 Private; born Abt. 1945.

More About Johnnie Lynn Simpson:
Fact 2: Occupation
Fact 6: Residence

More About James Robert (Jim) Miller:
Fact 2: Occupation

       188       ii.       Tommie Sue Simpson4, born Abt. 1946. She married Scotty Scott4 in Dallas; born Abt. 1945.


       119. Winnie Belle5 Teel (Zimrude Aglentine4 Young, John Plez3, Thomas Kennedy2, John1) was born February 26, 1915 in Spencerville, Okla., and died December 07, 1958 in 1/2 mile .s Van, Van Zandt Co. Texas 43 yrs. 9 mo. 9 days. She married J.D. John David Jr. "Jack" Long April 29, 1932 in Cason, Morris Texas. He was born July 04, 1907 in Cason, Morris Texas, and died December 07, 1958 in 1/2 mile S. Van, Van Zandt Co. Tx..

Notes for Winnie Belle Teel:
Winnie Bell was my mother in law. She was a very good one. She once told me, "we both have one thing in common, we both love Doug and we want the best for him.

She was a beauty operator. She had her shop in her home. She loved to sew, garden and cook.

Written by Peggy Yalch Long


Notes for J.D. John David Jr. "Jack" Long:

Jack's Work...

Jack worked for the Southwestern States Telephone Company at the time of his death. He was an exchange repairman. Earlier in his life, he worked building power lines for the REA (and I believe this was his work when he met his future wife, Winnie Belle Teel).

Anecdotes...
At one time Jack did some work associated with the ice house in Mineola, Tx. I know this because when I was about 16 years old, my summer job was hauling ice from the Mineola ice house to the Grand Saline ice house. There was an older man who managed the Mineola ice house. This man was known as "Cap" . Well, Cap and I had a disagreement one day and he told me that I was just as stubborn as my father. Until this day, I had no idea that Cap knew who I was. When I told Jack about this, he just grinned and said something like ".. so you met Cap did you?". He did not elaborate on his relationship with Cap.

Scoutmaster of troop 373...
Jack was the scoutmaster of troop 373 in Grand Saline during my years as a scout. He was very well liked by the members of the troop. Almost every time I return to Grand Saline to this day (1994) I reminisce with someone who remembers his days as a member of troop 373. We attended a national Boy Scout Jamboree in Valley Forge, Penn. in the summer of 1949. Attendees from troop 373 were Jack, my brother Gene, myself, and Charles Moore (who grew up to be a Methodist pastor). The preceding scoutmaster of troop 373 was the Rev. Bill Thomas, a Grand Saline native and Baptist preacher/pastor/evangelist.

The above supplied by Jack Douglas Long on April 30, 1994.
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More About J.D. John David Jr. "Jack" Long:
Cause of Death: Automobile accident
Medical Information: Jack suffered from kidney stones all of his adult life.
       
Children of Winnie Teel and J.D. Long are:
       189       i.       Gene Arnold6 Long4, born Abt. 1933. He married Doris Oleta Carroll February 14, 1953 in Fruitvalle, Van Zandt Texas; born October 17, 1933 in Van Zandt Co. Texas; died February 24, 1999 in Tyler, Smith, Texas.

More About Gene Arnold Long:
Fact 2: Occupation
Fact 6: Residence

Notes for Doris Oleta Carroll:
D


More About Doris Oleta Carroll:
Cause of Death: Uterin Cancer
Fact 2: Occupation
Fact 6: Residence
Medical Information: Doris had to have a kidney removed in the 1960's because of kidney stones. She found out that she had cancer Oct. 17, 1996 Doris died of uterin cancer. She lived two years and four months

       190       ii.       Jack Douglas Long4, born Abt. 1935. He married Peggy Jane Yalch Private; born July 17, 1937 in Dallas, Dallas, Texas.

Notes for Jack Douglas Long:
Work History...(furnished by Jack Douglas Long)...

June 1957-April 1965: General Dynamics/Fort Worth--computer programmer
April 1965-June 1968: Texas Instruments/Dallas, TX--software development
June 1968-April 1969: Infotronics Corp/Austin, TX--software development
April 1969-Dec. 1969: Scientific Computer Corp/Farmers Branch, TX
Dec. 1969-June 1970: Penta Computer Associates/Dallas, TX--Sr. Analyst
June 8,1970-May 26, 1992: Lockheed Engineering & Sciences Company/Johnson Manned Space Center, Houston, TX.--
I held several positions at Lockheed including: Computer Programmer, Scientific Computing Specialist, Department Manager, and Project Manager.
On May 26, 1992 I went on short term disability due to heart disease. In December, 1992 I retired from Lockheed and went on long term disability.
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More About Jack Douglas Long:
Fact 2: Occupation
Fact 4: June 1957, BA degree, mathematics North Texas State
Fact 6: Residence
Fact 7: May 1958, First of many kidney stone attacks
Fact 12: December 02, 1992, Retired & went on long term disability

Notes for Peggy Jane Yalch:
I was born in Dallas, Texas with red hair and weighed only 5 pounds and 7 ounces. Mother and daddy were living in Dallas on fourth avenue when I was born.

Mother was a homemaker and daddy worked on the pipeline. He laid gas lines all over the US and Canada.

Mother and Daddy bought a small two room house on one acre of ground on Perry Road, in Irving, Texas in 1939. We had an out door toilet. It had one for adults and one for children. I do remember that. They built on to the house soon, I do not remember the house without the kitchen or the bath so I must have been very young when it was built on. Sometime later they had my uncle Jim, mothers oldest brother build a storm cellar out the back door. I do believe that I spent most of our summers in that storm cellar. We would be woke up by the thunder and down we would go into the cellar. Daddy would not go down with us. He often would take a chain and run it across the storm door just to scare us. They added a big living room when I was about twelve or thirteen, Uncle Jim built that also.

We got a telephone in the late 40s. A few people had phones on our street, Minnie Goodson who lived next door worked for the phone company as a supervisor so she had one. The Rettmans who lived on the other side had one also. It was about the same time that we got our house Numbers. Our address was 1349 Perry Road. The day we got our phone the phone company came down the road and knocked on the door. Our number was 4725. A few years later it changed to BL 4725, then later it was BL2-4725.

We moved around every year while daddy worked laying gas lines. I often went to several schools, but our home was always in Irving.

We had wonderful neighbors. Mr. & Mrs. John Gilbert and her daughter Minnie & Henry Goodson lived on our right side. Out in back of their house their son Alvie, Minnie's twin brother lived. He was such a good friend to me. He had been in the war and walked with a cane. We would sit on their front porch for hours and talk. The Griders lived across the street from us. The Wiltshire's lived next to them, Sylvia was also a good friend. The the Harbuck's next to them. JoAnna was about the same age as my sister, Gwen, and Herman was my age. The PENN'S lived next to them, Gus, Annabell, Kathleen, Martha & Suzie. The Rettmans lived on our left, Doc (Robert Henry), Sofie, Robert Jr., Barbara and my best friend in the whole world Josephine. I was 6 days 23 hours and 50 minutes older. The Leatherwood's lived next to them. He also worked on the pipeline. They worked all the time in their yard, garden house. It was a great place to grow up. Since all the homes were on an acre or more we were not real close in distance.



More About Peggy Jane Yalch:
Fact 2: Occupation
Fact 6: Residence
Medical Information: HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE, MELONOMA SKIN CANCER, LO THYROID, ARTHRITIS Cancer


       121. Pearl5 Teel (Zimrude Aglentine4 Young, John Plez3, Thomas Kennedy2, John1)4 was born Abt. 1917. She married (1) Edmon Harrison. He was born Abt. 1917. She married (2) Johnny Miller Private. He was born Abt. 1917.
       
Children of Pearl Teel and Edmon Harrison are:
       191       i.       Betty6 Miller4, born July 13, 1932. She married Jay Stockton Private; born Abt. 1939.
       192       ii.       Edmon Miller4, born Abt. 1933.

       
Child of Pearl Teel and Johnny Miller is:
       193       i.       Joanie6 Miller4, born Abt. 1937.


       122. Fred Earl5 Young (Bert Harden4, John Plez3, Thomas Kennedy2, John1) was born July 25, 1928 in Spencerville, Choctaw Co., OK, and died in Still Living. He married Myrtis Faye Earthman June 04, 1949 in DeQueen, Arkansas. She was born March 18, 1931.
       
Children of Fred Young and Myrtis Earthman are:
       194       i.       Ray Dean6 Young, born April 24, 1950. He married Cheryl Ann Hedrick January 11, 1971; born May 05, 1951.
       195       ii.       Shirley Fay Young, born October 22, 1951. She married Charles Clay Cody August 08, 1970; born July 31, 1951.
       196       iii.       David Earl Young, born April 22, 1953. He married Patricia Ann Dozier August 04, 1972; born April 19, 1957.


       123. Curtis Harden5 Young (Bert Harden4, John Plez3, Thomas Kennedy2, John1) was born May 05, 1918 in Boswell, Choctaw Co., Oklahoma, and died October 09, 1966 in Spencerville, Choctaw Co., Oklahoma. He married Lillian Bates. She was born March 27, 1920.

More About Curtis Harden Young:
Burial: Spencerville Cemetery, Choctaw Co., OK
       
Children of Curtis Young and Lillian Bates are:
       197       i.       Linda Ann6 Young, born Abt. 1937. She married Donald Dugan.
       198       ii.       Mary Lou Young, born Abt. 1938. She married James Edward Blankenship; born Abt. 1938.
       199       iii.       Billy Wayne Young, born October 31, 1951. He married Donna Unknown; born Abt. 1939.
       200       iv.       Ella Mae Young, born Abt. 1950. She married Not Married.


       124. John Franklin5 Young (Bert Harden4, John Plez3, Thomas Kennedy2, John1) was born May 22, 1919 in Boswell, Choctaw Co., OK, and died January 30, 1987 in Spencerville, Choctaw Co., Oklahoma. He married Ruth Blankenship February 06, 1948. She was born June 30, 1933.

More About John Franklin Young:
Burial: Spencerville Cemetery, Choctaw Co., OK
       
Children of John Young and Ruth Blankenship are:
       201       i.       Johnny Ray6 Young, born August 05, 1948. He married Glenda Couch.
       202       ii.       Delorse Ann Young, born August 03, 1949. She married (1) Ronnie Jones Abt. 1960. She married (2) Bill Hill Abt. 1964.
       203       iii.       Susan Kay Young, born August 16, 1950. She married (1) Unknown Bryant Abt. 1970; born Abt. 1950. She married (2) Unknown Walker Abt. 1964.
       204       iv.       Virginia Fay Young, born September 19, 1951.
       205       v.       Ruby Corrine Young, born September 15, 1955.


       138. Clara Belle5 Young (Ira "Morgan"4, Reese Porter3, William Carroll2, John1) was born 1929. She married Unknown Keesling.
       
Children of Clara Young and Unknown Keesling are:
       206       i.       Joyce Ann6 Keesling.
       207       ii.       Bob Keesling.
       208       iii.       Don Keesling, born Abt. 1950.



Endnotes

1. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 3, Ed. 1, (Release date: February 9, 1996), "CD-ROM," Tree #3662, Date of Import: Sep 30, 1999.
2. Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 2, Ed. 5, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Date of Import: Jan 25, 1999, Internal Ref. #1.112.5.83905.199
3. henryetal.FTW, Date of Import: Nov 10, 1999.
4. Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 3, Ed. 1, (Release date: February 9, 1996), "CD-ROM," Tree #3662, Date of Import: Sep 30, 1999.



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