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Re: Three Distinct Lines
Posted by: Cathy Briggs (ID *****4337) Date: May 14, 2012 at 14:59:55
In Reply to: Re: Three Distinct Lines by Carolyn Adams of 2010

Looking for any information on Phoebia (Pheba) Jane Younger, born 1841 TN

Descendants of Phoebia (Pheba) Jane Younger

Generation No. 1

1. PHOEBIA (PHEBA) JANE2 YOUNGER (YOUNGER1) was born 1841 in TN, and died Abt. 1863 in Arkansas. She married JAMES M GROSS Bef. 1860 in Texas County, Missouri, son of JOHNATHAN GROSS and NANCY CARTER. He was born September 15, 1837 in Jackson County, Alabama, and died Abt. 1873.

Census: 1860, Texas County, Missouri, page 81, Pheba Gross age 19 born TN
Census: 1900, Census in Waldron city, Scott County, Arkansas for son Clayburn F Gross lists mother's birth state as TN

Census: 1860, Texas County, Missouri, lists (Theba Jane) Pheba Gross age 19 born TN
Civil War: 1864, CSA, Company L, Freeman's Regiment, Missouri Calvary, Brigadier General Joseph Orville Shelby's Div. Price's Army. Confederate card #44181701
Civil War enlisted: 1865, CDA enlisted, Jacksonport Arkansas Age 28 yrs; eyes dark; hair dark, complexion dark, height 5 feet 8 inches, Where born Ala.
Paroled: June 05, 1865, Commanding Department of the Missouri. Paroled at Jacksonport, Arkansas, June 5, 1865.
Source: 2nd wife listed as Mary E Vandiver on "Missouri, Marriages, 1750-1920," index, FamilySearch ( : accessed 29 April 2012), James M. Gross (1872).
Surrendered: May 11, 1865, Muster and Descriptive Roll of prisoner of war belonging to the Army of the Northern Sub-District of Arkansas, and surrendered on the 11th day of May, 1865, by Brigadier General M. Jeff. Thompson, C.S.A., commanding said Army, to Major General G.M. Dodge,
       i.       FREDERICK GROSS.
       ii.       NEWTON MONTGOMERY GROSS, b. April 18, 1860, Texas County, Missouri; d. November 21, 1931, Centralia, Lewis, Washington.
       iii.       CLAYBURN FOX JACKSON GROSS, b. December 27, 1863, Texas County, Missouri; d. August 21, 1939, Biggers, Randolph County, Arkansas.

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