Name: William YOUNG
Birth: ABT 1714 in , Statford, Virginia
Death: BEF 27 FEB 1792 in , Faquier, Virginia
Reference Number: Taf:1.258+5.2
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William Young and Patience Sinclair:
William Young Sr. b. about 1714 Stafford County, Virginia. Will dated 20 December 1790. Probate 27 February 1792, Fauquier County, Virginia. (Virginia Mixed Probate Records, FHL film 0031566)
William Young Sr. married Patience Sinclair 23 July 1744 in Overwharton Parish, Essex (now Stafford) Co., VA (Overwharton Parish Register of Stafford Co., Virginia.) Patience was listed as William?s wife in his 1790 will.
A number of undocumented on-line genealogies list William?s date of death as 22 May 1810, Stafford County, Virginia, but no one can tell me where that date and place came from. I assume they came from one of the unverified temple records or from the undocumented ancestral files on the LDS site. Regardless of where they came from, serious Young and Sinclair researchers all agree that the William Young who married Patience Sinclair died 1792 in Fauquier Co., Virginia.
Despite all the posts on the internet, William Young Sr. was not the son of Michael Cadet Young of Brunswick County. Michael Cadet Young?s son William was born after 1733, making it unlikely that he married in 1744. In addition, it appears that this William Young was in Stafford County as early as 1735. (See land transaction below.) Finally, Michael Cadet Young?s son was alive and well 10 months after William of Fauquier?s will was probated. (Letter of brother John Young, Dec. 1792, Kennedy Collection, UNC Chapel Hill.)
William?s likely parents were Bryan/Bryant Young and Anne Waye. There was a Bryan/Bryant Young in Stafford Co., by 1700 and the recitation of a 1735 land transaction lists his eldest son as William Young. This Bryan/Bryant Young married Anne Waye. After Bryan Young died, about 1725/1726, Anne married John Peyton and her name is recorded in Peyton documents. Anne?s last Peyton child was born about 1744. As a result, I assume that she was born no earlier than about 1694. CAVEAT ON MOTHER: It is possible that Bryant Young had a previous wife and that William came from that marriage, but I have not seen anything to support this.
One of the Stafford Co. records for Bryan Young refers to him as "of Lancaster Co." Old Rappahannock County, Virginia was established in 1656 from Lancaster County, Virginia. In 1691, the counties of Richmond and Essex were organized from Old Rappahannock (which was then abolished). So the following seems to be him or a close relative:
7 Jan 1679/80 (dated and recorded). Old Rappahannock Deeds and Wlls, 1677-1680, Part II, p. 257. Mary WRIGHT of Rappa to Briant YOUNG, the sonne of Robert YOUNG of the same County, one red Cow with an under keele on the left eare and two heifers, one 3 years old the other 2 yers. old which sd heifers is marked with a crop and a slitt on the right eare with sd Cow and heifers, and gives the marke of the heifers which is to be recorded. Mary [her + mark] WRIGHT. Wits: Wm: SMOOT, Richard [his R mark] DRAPER. ?. Same date. Mary WRIGHT to Robert YOUNG power of attorney. Wits: Wm: SMOOTE, Alexander [his + mark] DICK. Rec 8 Feb 1679/80.
The following are mentions of Bryan Young in Stafford Co from: Virginia Northern Neck Land Grants, 1694-1742, Gertrude E. Gray, compiler (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1987)
1. Bryan Young of Stafford Co. 14 Jan. last set forth that Thomas Pool died seized of 365 acres in said County granted 21 Oct. 1694 leaving one daughter who is dead, a minor. Endorsement by Nathaniell Pope Clk. for said County. Escheat Grant to Bryan Young. Adj. Mr. Richard Fossaker, on Potowmack Run. 25 Nov. 1706.
2. On 15 December 1716 Thomas Walker of Westmoreland County 362 acres on Reedy Branch of Patowmack Creek . Adj. Charles Herrin, Mr. Bryan Young. Surv. Mr. Thomas Hooper. (Book 5, p. 130 in original)
3. James Withhers of Stafford County 334 acres in Stafford County on Reed Branch of Patowmack Run. Adj. Grant of Bryant Youngs now James Withers's. 25 March 1727. [Probably the land in Bryan Young?s estate.]
4. John England of Stafford County 333 acres in Stafford County on Reedy Branch of Patowmack Run adj. Bryant Young, James Harvey, Jer's Withers. 26 Jan. 1727/8. [Probably the land in Bryan Young?s estate.]
Bryan Young was alive in 1723:
A Quit Rent Roll of 1723: Taken from the Register of Overwharton Parish, Stafford County, Virginia
Bryan Young 369 Acres Paid 90 lbs. Tobacco.
He apparently died between 1723 and 1726:
STAFFORD COUNTY VIRGINIA 1722 - 1728 / 1755 1765 DEED BOOK J
PAGE 427 - 430
This Indenture made 9th Mar 1727 between John Peyton and Anne his wife formerly the Widdow and Relict of Bryan Young of Parish of Overworton and county Stafford dec?d of one part and John Savage of said Gent ... Witnesseth that Bryan Young in his life time & at time of his decease was possest of a plantation & 369 acres in fee simple lyeing and being upon Patomack run and being the Plantation & land whereon said Bryan lived unto the time of his decease in which Plantation & 369 acres thereunto belonging to said Anne as her right of Dower had & still hath the full third part of the said Plantation & lands during the natural life of said Anne. Now this Indenture witnesseth that said John and Anne his wife for sum of Four thousand five hundred pounds of good Tobacco paid by John Savage doth grant all the claim the said Anne in her widowhood ever had or the said John and Ann since their Intermarriage now have . .
HZA x Watts his mark
Ann x Payton
At Court held for Stafford County 14th June 1727.
Deed with Receipt acknowledge admitted to record.
STAFFORD COUNTY DEEDS LIBER AA 1809- 1813
BY SPARACO PAGE 282-285.
[Abstracted from a recitation contained in a later land transaction] on brink of POTOEMACK RUN /North over a valley near REEDY BRANCH. This land was conveyed to John Trammel & Mary his wife, who on 22 May 1700 sold and assigned this land to BRYAN YOUNG which said BRYAN YOUNG dying intestate the same descended and came to WILLIAM YOUNG his Eldest Son, who by his Deeds of Lease and Release bearing date respectively the 8 & 9 day of March 1735 sold same to JOHN SAVAGE late of the County of Stafford, after whose death the same descended & came to ISAAC SAVAGE, his brother.
Volume One, The Peytons of Virginia II, Harold Davey (2004) p. 20 :
John Peyton (1691-1760) of Stony Hill ....
John Peyton's marriages have been a source of some confusion among genealogists because of incomplete entries in the Overwharton Parish Registry. There seems to be no question that his first marriage was to Anne (Waye) Young, widow of Brian Young, at a date preceding 1727.
I have not done much to investigated possible children for Bryan and Anne Young, but there was a John Young b. abt 1715 in Stafford and who was later in Fauquier Co. In addition, descendents of Mary Young (b. 1716, Stafford Co., d. 1786 in Fauquier County, VA, married James Foley) list Bryan Young and Anne Waye as Mary?s parents..
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Likely children for William Young Sr. and Patience Sinclair:
A. Robert Young b. 30 May 1745, d. 1 Oct 1 745, Stafford Co., Virginia. (Overwharton Parish Register of Stafford Co., Virginia.)
B. Sarah Young b. 1 Apr 1747 Stafford Co., Virginia. (Overwharton Parish Register of Stafford Co., Virginia.) Married: 1 May 1762 Stafford or Fauquier County, Virginia, to John Cundiff, b. abt 1745 Virginia, d. 1815 Ohio Co., Kentucky
1. unknown Cundiff b: 14 Jun 1765 in Virginia
2. Patience Cundiff b: 16 Aug 1767 in Virginia, Married: 6 Dec 1793 <Kentucky> to Robert Latham
3. Sarah Cundiff b: 30 Dec 1769 in Virginia,
4. William Cundiff b: 29 Jan 1772 in Virginia,
5. Elizabeth Cundiff b: ABT 1773 in Virginia, d. 23 Jan 1852 Kentucky. Marriage to John F. McCormick.
6. John Cundiff b: 2 Jun 1775 in Virginia,
7. Isaac Cundiff b: 1 Jan 1778 in Virginia, d. 30 Sep 1855 in , Daviess, Kentucky. Married: 12 Oct 1803 <Kentucky> to Frances Fortune.
8. Bryant Young Cundiff b: 24 May 1780 in Virginia, d. 6 Nov 1841 Muhlenberg, Kentucky. Married: 7 Jun 1812 in , Muhlenberg, Kentucky, to Margaret Wickliffe b: 22 Mar 1783 <Muhlenberg, Kentucky>
9. Margaret Cundiff b: 30 Nov 1782 in Virginia,
10.Nancy Cundiff b: 25 Mar 1785 in Virginia,
11. Lucy Cundiff b: 1 Jun 1790 in Virginia or Kentucky
C. William Young Jr. b. abt 1755/1756 Stafford or Fauquier Co., Virginia, d. 4 SEP 1833 in Muhlenberg County, Kentucky. Married Sarah Singleton in Fauquier Co., Virginia. William Young served in the Revolutionary War from Fauquier Co., and applied for a pension in Muhlenberg, Kentucky, in 1832. (Pension application in paper file.) There are additional notes about William Young Jr. at the end of this file.
1. Elizabeth Young b. 20 SEP 1785, Fauquier Co., Virginia, d. 28 DEC 1856 Muhlenberg County, Kentucky. Burial: Duncan-Browder Cemetery. Married: 19 DEC 1801 in Nelson County,KY., to Coleman DUNCAN b: 16 AUG 1777 in KY
2. Benjamin Singleton Young, b. 1790 <Kentucky>, d. in Muhlenberg Co., KY, on 21 January 1845, m. in Christian Co., KY, on 29 November 1819 to Nancy Singleton, his first cousin, daughter of John and Nancy Singleton.
3. Agnes Young b. 30 May 1793, Kentucky, d. 5 JUN 1867 Muhlenberg Co. KY. Burial: Wickliffe Cemetery, Muhlenberg Co KY. Will: 16 Sep 1862 Muhlenberg Co KY. Married 3 SEP 1812 Muhlenberg Co., KY. to Robert Wickliff/Wickliffe.
4. Nancy Young b. 1 JUL 1798 probably in Nelson Co., Kentucky, d. 19 JUL 1863 in Muhlenberg County, Kentucky. Burial: Crescent Cemetery, Greenville, Muhlenberg County, Kentucky. Married: 14 AUG 1817 in Muhlenberg County, Kentucky, to Moses Wickliffe b. AUG 1779 in Prince William County, Virginia.
5. Catherine Young married in Muhlenberg Co., KY, on 9 November 1819, to James S.B. Allensworth, resided in Todd Co., KY.
6. Moses Young b. Virginia [No information]
7. Robert Young b. Virginia [No information]
D. Hannah Young b. abt 1760 Fauquier Co. Virginia, d. Kentucky. Married 5 FEB 1778 Fauquier Co., Virginia, to Anthony OWSLEY b: 21 APR 1757 in Fairfax, Virginia.
1. William OWSLEY b: 28 MAR 1779 in Fauquier Co., Virginia, d. 7 AUG 1822 Lincoln, Kentucky. Married: 25 JAN 1798 in , Lincoln, Kentucky, to Martha Patsy DAVIS b: 22 JUN 1777 in Virginia
2. Nancy Elizabeth OWSLEY b. 5 SEP 1794 in Lincoln Co., KY, d. 1835 in Lincoln Co., KY. Married: 24 MAY 1813 in Lincoln Co., KY, to Samuel Leighner MOORE b: 1788
3. Bryan Young OWSLEY Bryan Young Owsley b: 19 AUG 1798 Crab Orchard, Lincoln Co., KY, d. 27 OCT 1849 Frankfort, Franklin, Kentucky. Married: 30 JAN 1821 in Clark Co., KY, to Mary Caroline Forbes. Married: 30 SEP 1846 KY, to Amelia Gill OWSLEY
4. Sarah OWSLEY b: 1780 in <Of, , Hickman, Kentucky> Married: ABT 13 NOV 1809 in Lincoln Co., KY, to Thomas Taylor OWSLEY b: 29 APR 1776 in Maryland
5. Mary "Polly" OWSLEY b: 16 JUL 1791 in Lincoln Co., KY, d. 9 OCT 1846 in Lincoln Co., KY. Married: 2 MAY 1809 in Lincoln, Kentucky, to Herbert/Harbert KING b: 15 FEB 1779
6. Martha Bayne OWSLEY b. abt 1797 in Lincoln Co., KY, d. 28 OCT 1858 in Lincoln Co., KY. Married: 17 FEB 1818 in Lincoln Co., KY, to William HANSFORD
7. Rebecca OWSLEY b: Abt 1785 Fauquier Co., Virginia. Married: 25 MAY 1803 Lincoln, Kentucky, to Stephen WILLIAMS b: 14 JUL 1781 in Virginia
8. Amelia OWSLEY Married: 9 JUL 1810 in Lincoln Co., KY to William HAMILTON
E. Bryan Young b. abt. 1760 Stafford or Fauquier Co., Virginia. d. abt 1831 Nelson Co., Kentucky. Will 10 MAY 1825 Nelson Co., KY. Married: AFT 1782 to widow Eleanor Davis (Cornelius Davis)
1. Hannah YOUNG b: 1 JAN 1785 in Fauquier Co., Virginia, or Nelson Co., KY, d. 19 SEP 1846 in Henry Co., KY, or 1 JUN 1855 in Henry Co., Kentucky. Married: 11 FEB 1809 in Nelson Co., KY, to Waller WEBB b: 19 APR 1776 in Essex Co., VA.
2. Peggy YOUNG, married Mr. Davis.
3. Elizabeth "Eliza" YOUNG b: 1783 in <Of, , Shelby, Kentucky> d. bef. 10 MAY 1825. Married: 12 APR 1810 in , Nelson, Kentucky, to Nudigate OWSLEY.
4. Fanny YOUNG b. d. bef. 10 MAY 1825 Married to Elias SINCLAIR
5. William YOUNG d. bef. 10 MAY 1825 KY
6. John YOUNG Married: 7 MAR 1820 in Nelson Co., KY, to Elizabeth McMakin b: Abt 1770 in Virginia. Married 2nd Hanna Eastburn.
F. John Young (perhaps the second of this name) b. abt 1766 Stafford or Fauquier Co., Virginia, d. bet. 25 Oct 1834 and 9 FEB 1835 Nelson Co KY. (Dates and place of will and probate.) Married: 9 FEB 1788 in Fauquier Co VA, to Elizabeth Singleton.
John?s children (names from John?s will):
1. Elizabeth Young dec'd by 25 Oct 1834
2. William Young Jr. dec'd by 25 Oct 1834
3. Samuel Young dec'd by 25 Oct 1834
4. Stanley Young
5. St Clair Young
6. Sally Young married Mr. Johnson
7. Bryant Young
8. Cadmus Young
9. Addison Young
10. Agnes Young
11. Elizabeth Young married Mr. Brown
12. Milton Young b: 9 JUN 1815 in Nelson Co KY, d. 16 JAN 1863 in enroute Frankfort, Kentucky. Married: 15 NOV 1836, to Maria Thompson b: 16 OCT 1820 in Washington Co KY.
G. Mary Young listed as Mary Jeffries in her father?s 1790 will. She married Joseph Jeffries 12 Sep 1785 in Fauquier Co., Virginia. (EARLY FAUQUIER COUNTY MARRIAGE BONDS <http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/fauquier/vitals/marriages/fauqmarr.txt>) According to "The Gibson and Related Families," Penny and O. D. Linder, 1991, 28 Olde House Lane, Morgantown, WV 26505, page 259: Joseph Jeffries who married Mary Young was the son of Joseph JEFFRIES who married 24 Oct. 1754 in Stafford Co., VA, to Margaret SMITH, daughter of Henry and Sarah Crosby Smith.
F. Susanna Young listed as Sukey or Susanna Smithey [Susanna Smith] in her father?s 1790 will.
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William Young Sr., of Stafford and Fauquier County, wrote a will on 20 December 1790. That will was probated 27 February 1792, Fauquier County, Virginia. (Virginia Mixed Probate Records, FHL film 0031566)
"In the name of God Amen this twentieth day of December Annis Domini, one thousand seven hundred and ninety. I William Young of the County of Fauquier being in perfect and sound memory do make and ordain this my last will and testament Imprimis (in person). I commit my soul to the mercy of Almighty God, hoping through the Mediation of my Blessed (Savior crossed out) Redeemer to be forgiven all my sins and transgressions.
Item -- I give and bequeath to my beloved son Bryan Young, one Negroe woman slave named Sarah and her increase to him and his heirs forever.
Item -- I give and bequeath to my beloved son William Young to him and his heirs forever one Negro Male slave named and called Joshua.
Item -- I give and bequeath to my beloved daughter Mary Jeffries one Negro woman slave named Amy to her and her heirs forever.
Item -- I give and bequeath to my beloved daughter Hannah Owsley the sum of twenty pounds current money of Virginia.
Item -- I give and bequeath to my beloved daughter Sukey or Susanna Smithey [Susanna Smith] the sum of twenty pounds current money of Virginia.
Item -- My will and desire is that all my land, Negro slaves not before devised and personal estate be enjoyed by my beloved wife Patience Young, during her natural life or widowhood, which ever shall first happen, my will and desire is that at the death or marriage of my said Wife all the Estate both real and personal be sold at publick auction and the moneys arising from such sales to be divided amongst all my Children or their Representatives. I do appoint, constitute my loving friends Joseph Jeffries and Thomas Fitzhugh executors of this my last Will and testament revoking and disannulling all former and other wills and testaments before by me made, ratifying and confirming this my last Will & testament only. .
Signed in the sixteenth line, (signed by) William Young L.S. (locus Sigilli or legal seal).
Signed, Sealed & pronounced in the presence (signed by) J. Moffett, Minoah Stone (his X mark) Edward Feagan, Benjamin Carpenter
At a court held for Fauquier County the 27th day of February 1792. This Will was proved by the oaths of Edward Feagans, John Moffett and Benjamin Carpenter witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded, and on the motion of Joseph Jeffries Junior the Executor therein named who made oath and together with Joseph Jeffries Senior his Security, entered into and acknowledged bond in the penalty of two thousand pounds conditioned as the law directs. Certificate is granted him for obtaining a probate thereof in due form. Testifier, (signed) Francis Brooke C.C. (county clerk)."
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Discussion of the Will:
Some researchers say that John Young and Sarah Young Cundiff are not William Sr.?s children because they were not listed in his will, but this is a misunderstanding both of the will and of estate law. There was no requirement that a parent list all of his children by name anywhere in his will. In fact, it is quite common to see wills that name a child or two -- out of a dozen --and leave the others unnamed under a catch-all phrase like "all my children."
In this particular will, there really were two parts of the will leaving property to William's children. The first was made up of the specific bequests to listed children, Bryan, William, Mary, Susanna and Hannah. Even though John and Sarah did not receive specific bequest, this does not mean they weren?t children. There was no legal requirement that a parent leave a specific bequest to each of his children. For a variety of reasons, some children got specific bequests in wills and others did not.
The second part of the will, leaving property to the children, was the distribution of the remainder of the estate to "all my children or their representatives" after Patience's death. This part of the will was not restricted in anyway. All children, living or dead, named in the will or not, would have received shares of the estate after Patience died. If John and/or Sarah were children, they or their heirs would have received equal shares along with the other children
As a result, it doesn't mean very much that John Young and Sarah Young Cundiff were not listed by name in the will. The most we can say is that John and Sarah didn't receive specific bequests in the will. They could have been included in the catch-all phrase, ?all my children.? There is strong circumstantial evidence that John and Sarah were William and Patience?s children. John and William Jr. married Singleton sisters. John named sons William, Bryan and St. Clair. Sarah?s first daughter was named Patience and she named sons William and Bryan. In addition, both John and Sarah moved to Kentucky with Bryan Young, William Young and Hannah Owsley and there were continuing connections among the families.
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Grandchildren of William Young Jr. and Sarah Singleton:
I have included these individuals to trace the family names from William Young Sr.?s family into William Jr.?s grandchildren. Also, one of William Jr.?s granddaughters married William?s nephew, William Young Cundiff, the son of Sarah Young.
Children of Elizabeth Young and Coleman Duncan:
1. William DUNCAN b: 11 FEB 1803 Kentucky, d. 1 MAR 1875 in Lawrence, Indiana
2. Bryan DUNCAN b: 11 NOV 1804 in KY, d. 1830 in Lawrence, Indiana
3. Henry Valentine DUNCAN b: 14 FEB 1807 Kentucky, d. 3 AUG 1840. (William Sr. had a half-brother named Valentine Peyton.)
4. Benjamin Singleton DUNCAN b: 20 SEP 1809 Kentucky, d. 21 OCT 1839
5. Sarah DUNCAN b: 11 MAY 1811 Kentucky, d. 25 DEC 1852 in Louisville, Kentucky. Married: 27 AUG 1833 in Logan County, KY, to Joseph Waters.
6.Charles DUNCAN b: 7 JAN 1813 Kentucky, d. 25 OCT 1884
7. Mary DUNCAN b: 14 AUG 1814 Kentucky, d. 12 JUL 1847
8. Nancy DUNCAN b: 19 SEP 1816 Kentucky, d. 1 APR 1890. Burial: Duncan-Browder Cemetery. Married: 1 JAN 1844 in Logan County, KY, to William N. WAND
9. Coleman DUNCAN b: 4 MAR 1818 Kentucky, d. 29 OCT 1851. Burial: Duncan-Browder Cemetery.
10. Sanford Thomas DUNCAN b: 12 SEP 1819, Kentucky, d. 21 AUG 1846
11. Robert DUNCAN b: 17 JUN 1821, Kentucky, d. 24 MAR 1908. Burial: Duncan-Browder Cemetery. Married: 12 AUG 1845 in Logan County, KY, to Mary Catherine B. DUVALL b: 21 JUL 1821
12. Felix DUNCAN b: 16 APR 1821 in Muhlenberg Co KY
13. Fortunatus DUNCAN b: 16 APR 1823 in Muhlenberg Co KY
14. John Q. DUNCAN b: 31 DEC 1824 in Muhlenberg Co KY, d. 1858 in Missouri. Married Jane.
15. Rebecca DUNCAN b: 19 MAY 1827 in Muhlenberg Co KY, d. 29 MAY 1827
Children of Agnes Young and Robert Wickliff/Wickliffe
1. Sarah Jane WICKLIFFE b: 4 Aug 1813 Muhlenberg Co., KY, d. 4 Dec 1813 Muhlenberg Co., KY.
Children of Nancy Young and Moses Wickliffe:
1.Aaron Wickliffe b: 4 JUL 1818 in Greenville, Muhlenberg Co KY. Marriage to Sarah Angeline ACOCK b: 19 APR 1825
2. William Young Wickliffe b: 20 APR 1820, d. 4 FEB 1857 Burial: Crescent Cemetery, Greenville, Muhlenberg Co KY
3. Sarah Jane Wickliffe b: 1 NOV 1822 in Muhlenberg County, Kentucky, d. 9 FEB 1894 in Muhlenberg County, Kentucky. Burial: Crescent Cemetery, Greenville, Muhlenberg County, Kentucky. Married: 30 JUL 1840 in Muhlenberg County, Kentucky, to William Young Cundiff b: 29 JUL 1816 in Muhlenberg County, Kentucky. William Young Cundiff was the son of John Cundiff and Sarah Young, the daughter of William Young and Patience Sinclair of Fauquier Co., Virginia.
4. Benjamin Singleton Wickliffe b: 8 JAN 1825 in Muhlenberg Co KY, d. 23 DEC 1893 in Bevier, Muhlenberg Co KY
5. Robert McLean Wickliffe b: 8 JAN 1825 in Muhlenberg Co KY, d. 19 SEP 1893 in Sevier Co., TN.
6. Moses Wickliffe b: 9 JUN 1827 in Muhlenberg Co KY, d. 12 APR 1900 in S Carrollton, Muhlenberg Co KY. Burial: Crescent Cemetery, Greenville, Muhlenberg County, Kentucky.
7. Agnes Elizabeth Wickliffe b: 20 MAY 1829 in Muhlenberg Co KY, d. 9 MAY 1903 in Muhlenberg Co KY. Burial: Crescent Cemetery, Greenville, Muhlenberg County, Kentucky. Married: 12 FEB 1852 in Muhlenberg Co KY, to John F. Davis.
8. Charles Bryant Wickliffe b: 1831 in Muhlenberg Co KY, d. 3 JUL 1905 Muhlenberg Co KY. Married: 3 FEB 1861 to Margaret Elizabeth BODINE b: 19 APR 1828 in Muhlenberg Co KY
9. John Kincheloe Wickliffe b: 1834 in Bevier, Muhlenberg Co KY, d. 14 MAY 1864 in Resaca, GA of killed in battle.
10. Mary Frances Wickliffe b: 16 SEP 1838 in Nelson Creek, Muhlenberg Co KY. Burial: Crescent Cemetery, Greenville, Muhlenberg Co KY.
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Additional Notes About William Young Jr.
Although William and Patience Young did have a son named William, their son did not marry Elizabeth Huff and move to Tennessee. Their son married Sarah Singleton and moved to Kentucky with his siblings. Everything about the William who went to Kentucky fits with William and Patience Young?s family. Nothing about the William who went to Tennessee does -- except his name.
The William Young who married Elizabeth Huff and moved to Tennessee was born 15 April 1744. This was three full months before William and Patience married in Stafford County. This fact alone makes it very unlikely that they were his parents.
It is also clear that no one has any documentation for the birthplaces of William of Tennessee, his wife Elizabeth, or their children. Their dates of birth apparently came from an old family Bible that did not record place. As a result, descendents have placed their births from Essex Co. in the far east of Virginia -- not very likely -- to the western Virginia frontier -- more likely. Given the fact that no one even knows where these people were born, it is stunning that they have been attached with such conviction to the family of William and Patience Young.
In addition, a family history of William of Tennessee says: ?"The first recordings are of one William Young, born 15 Apr 1744. He was of German and English Descent, and came to Virginia with the early settlement of that state.? (Life and Times of William Young - Tennessee Frontiersman, Utah Pioneer, written by Gary Dean Young, ggg-grandson <http://www.lofthouse.com/USA/Utah/washington/history/wmyoung.html>, quoting an earlier history by Lettie Y. Swapp and Fannie Y. Lundquist.) Gary Dean Young also notes in his history, ?Another clue to the origin of the Young family, was one of their occupations. Besides farming, they were gunsmiths, and it is a historical fact that German immigrants supported the Revolutionary War effort by making guns and gunpowder.? Although family histories are often inaccurate on details, they often do have ethnic origins right. There isn?t even a hint of Germany about the family of William and Patience Young and no gunsmiths either.
According to the following, William and Elizabeth Heff Young were from Frederick Co., Virginia. I assume this was Old Frederick Co., Virginia, most of which is now part of West Virginia. RESIDENCE: HISTORY OF SMITH COUNTY TENNESSEE, FHL book 976.852/H2h, Vol 1,section F838 by Lloyd D. Young; Tennesse resident and decendant of William and Elizabeth Huff Young; NOTE: "The Young family of the Stonewall, Gordonsville, Hickman area of Smith County, whose history is written in this narrative, came from Frederick County, Virginia in the early part of the 19th Century, before1810, and settled on Indian Creek in the southwestern section of JacksonCounty, which is now Putnam County. This was the family of William Young, who moved there with his wife and eight children. . . . William Young, the progenitorof the family in Jackson County, was born in Virginia on April 15, 1744, died on October 31, 1818, and was buried on Indian Creek. He married Elizabeth Huff on March 25 1770, and the eight children were already born when they left Virginia."
Gary Dean Young, who is a Mormon descendent of William of Tennessee, summed up the problem as follows: ?David & Elizabeth Vance Young [son and daughter-in-law of William of Tennessee] raised their family on the Indian Creek property, near their parents and other relatives. David Young?s grandparents were not William & Patience Sinclair Young of Stafford County Virginia as is commonly believed. This mistake comes from a set of Salt Lake Mormon temple records dated 26 Jun 1917 (FHL film 183469, pages 1364 and 1370) [emphasis added]
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Sometime later, a descendent of the Moody family in Salt Lake incorrectly connected Wm Young, husband of Patience Sinclair to the Michael Cadet Young family of southern Virginia.? [emphasis added]
In other words, the ?information? connecting William of Tennessee to Michael Cadet Young through William and Patience Young is based solely on mistaken temple records. There actually is no documentation for these alleged connections.
!FATHER: This Information was received and posted with permission from Ronny O. Bodine via E-Mail: email@example.com belonging and comprising an update to "A Genealogical History of the Owsley Family Part 11 Being a Preliminary Account of the Descdendants of Anthony Owsley (1757-1824), of Lincoln County, Kentucky "
Patience SINCLAIR b: 1726 in Old Stanford, , Essex, Virginia
23 JUL 1744
in Overwharton Parish, Stafford, Virginia
- Note: !MARRIAGE: This information received Wed, 7 Mar 2007 09:09:15 -0800 (PST), Brockhaus <firstname.lastname@example.org> from Juliana Black: "Stafford County was created in 1664 from Westmoreland County. There fore, in 1744, there would be no question of the Overwharton Parish being in Stafford and not in Essex. Essex County came into being in 1691; created from Old Rappahannock Co. This William Young was definitely married in Stafford Co., I believe, with no question of it being Essex. I think that a few people have this location of Essex only with this William Young, which I believe is incorrect. I am researching this Young family who are my ancestors. There is so much incorrect repeated information that sometimes it is a little frustrating."
- Mary YOUNG
- Hannah YOUNG b: ABT 1760 in , Fairfax, Virginia
- Bryan YOUNG
- Robert YOUNG
- Sarah YOUNG
- William YOUNG
- John YOUNG
- Susanna YOUNG
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