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Terry Younkin line
Posted by: Barbara Corff Youngkin Date: April 13, 1998 at 18:27:55
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Donna,
I sent you an e mail last month to let you know we'd like to attend your west coast reunion this year. Please let us know when it will be! In the meantime......We just got back from Springfield, MO. visiting Ruth Youngkin who has notes on her husband's family. The earliest name is Terry Lloyd Younkin, who may have lived in NY. He married Susan Carolyn Penland. They lived in Cobden IL. I would like to know where he fits in to the Younkin family tree.??? His descendents to my husband:

Son: Jesse Herbert Youn(g)kin b. Sept 23,1886 d. 196_ (Dallas, TX) m. Georgia Frances Gilbert b. Aug. 31, 1892 Belleville, AR d. 195_ Gilmer, TX.

grandson: George McAdoo Youngkin b. Sept 11, 1922 Pittsburg TX d. Feb. 14, 1974 Springfield MO m.(at Van Buren AR, Sept. 29, 1951) Ruth Ann Noennig b. April 9, 1928 Springfield MO

Great Grandson: Mark Terry Youngkin b. April 24, 1953 Pittsburg, TX m. (at Marin Headlands, CA Aug. 27, 1994) Barbara Ellen Corff b. April 23, 1954

note: I omitted other siblings for simplicity, if you need their names, let me know.
Thank you!
Barbara Corff Youngkin
San Francisco, CA

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