Family:John Young and Anne Houston (1)

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b. Est. 1665-1676 County Antrim, Ireland
d. bef. 17 June, 1747 Augusta County, Virginia
 
b. Est. 1670-1677 Prob. Ireland
 
m. Est. 1692-1695 County Antrim, Ireland
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Marriage? Est. 1692-1695 County Antrim, Ireland
Children
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Est. 1693-1707 County Antrim, Ireland
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est. 1710-1715 County Antrim, Ireland
Aft. 1752
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bef. 21 December 1790 Augusta County, Virginia
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Est. 1717-1722 County Antrim, Ireland

Genealogy Report for John Young and Anne Houston:


Descendants of John Young


Generation No. 1

1. JOHN5 YOUNG (ANDREW LAMONT4, JOHN3 LAMONT, SIR, GILBERT2, JOHN OR MCGORRIE1) was born WFT Est. 1665-1676 in County Antrim, Ireland, and died 1747 in Augusta County, Virginia. He married ANNIE HOUSTON WFT Est. 1692-1695 in County Antrim, Ireland. She was born WFT Est. 1670-1677.

Notes for JOHN YOUNG: http://ancestrees.com/pedigree/9460.htm

John YOUNG 1 Born: , co. Antrim, IRE Marriage: (1): Annie HOUSTON Bef 1695, , co. Antrim, IRE 1 Marriage: (2): Unknown Died: 1747, , Augusta Co., VA


  General Notes:

John is highly likely to have had siblings. Persons of the same surname and similar age in the Carmony Church Records in co. Antrim were: James, Robert, Matthew, Charles and William.

He is probably the John who was in a typo error in Chalkley with the following record: Page 219.--17th March, 1707. Robert Young and Mary to John Young, both of Forks of James River, 5 shillings, 112 acres in Forks of James. Delivered John Young, March, 1776. Both Sharon Jebavy and I suspect this was an 1747 deed though this is obviously conjecture.

There is an unexplained John in the Court records in Augusta Co., VA who dies in 1747. His administrator was his brother, James who died before he could take care of John's estate. His surities were placed by Robert Young and Partte Martin. It is probable that this is the same John as listed here, and that he moved to the colonies with some of his adult sons. If so, then James is a proven sibling from the statement of same in John's administration with Robert being John's son. (CL-541) Here are the references to it as stated in Chalkley: June 17, 1747. (216) Administration upon John Young granted to James Young (his brother.) 1745-1748 Young's appraisement. James Young and John Young, deceased. 17th March, 1741. 1747, James Young's petition to administer on estate of John Young, his brother and nearest heir, 17th June, 1747....Wills Page 46.--17th June. 1747. James Young (I) qualifies administrator of John Young, with sureties Partt Martin, Robert Young....Page 76.--17th March, 1747. John Young's appraisement.....Page 32.--25th March, 1749. John Young's estate, Dr. to James C. Young, administrator: To funeral charges, £4. To cash, by Henry Downs, Capt. Danl. McAnare. Capt. John Brown, Hugh Young, Robt. Scott, Robt. Boyd, John Davis.

A pattern that also supports this John coming to the Virginia with his sons is the fact that his son Robert inherited his 234 acres of land and then passed it down to his son John. Robert also forcibly and violently took John's property from the sheriff after his death. He was "unhappy" with how his estate was being settled.

There was a William Young living in Augusta County that was born shortly after the year 1702 according to the following entry in Chalkley who might be a brother or nephew of this John. William Anderson vs. William Young-O. S. 17; N. S. 6--Answer filed 29th November, 1802, Augusta. William Young (stated in answer) is near one hundred years old. 1 2


John married Annie HOUSTON before 1695 in , co. Antrim, IRE.1


Sources


1 Jebavy, Sharon Young, Descendants of Sir John Lamont and Mary Young Lamont at http://www.geocities.com/charryoung/early.html, (c2001).

2 Lyman Chalkley, Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia with many extracts forwarded by Sharon Jebavey, (Genealogical Publishing Co., 1966).



http://www.geocities.com/charryoung/early.html

Children of John Young (Andrew Lamont Young, John Lamont, Gilbert Lamont) and Annie Houston Young:

4. Robert Young b. 1711 County Antrim, m. Agnes Crockett, b. 1715 County Antrim, Northern Ireland, by @ 1730 in County Antrim, and migrated to America with wife and three sons, James, Samuel and John, in 1740, entering at Philadelphia and migrating down into Augusta Co., VA, settling on Back Creek on the north fork of the James River, a few miles west of Staunton. Robert died in Augusta Co., VA in 1762 and Agnes bought land in what would become Laurens Co., SC in 1766. the last reference for Agnes in Chalkley is for 1770. At some point after 1770, Agnes and five or six of her sons migrated to Laurens Co., SC.

5. Hugh Young b. County Antrim, m. his cousin Agnes Sitlington in County Antrim and migrated to America in 1741. Settling next to his brother Robert in Augusta Co., VA. Hugh and Agnes lived and died in Augusta and are presumed burried in the Glebe Cemetery next to Hebron Presbyterian Church at Staunton where their son John and both of his wives are buried. Hugh and Agnes Sitlington Young had three children:

5.1. John b. County Antrim, Northern Ireland March 25, 1737, d. Augusta Co., VA December 5, 1824 became Capt. John Young, aid to Gen. George Washington and ancestor to Senator John McCain. John was married 1) Mary White, daughter of Isaac White, his cousin, and they had six children: Jane who m. a Cunningham, Isaac who never married and had no issue, Hugh, David who m. Mary Ann Hart and became ancestor of Senator John McCain, Thomas who m. Mary Caldwell and had one daughter who m. a Sterrett and John W.; and Capt John m. 2) Mary Sitlington and had ten children: William Sitlington Young, Mary who m. a Kich, Andrew who never married, Agnes, Robert, Elisha I who d. in infancy, Margaret called Peggy who m. William A. Young and had a son John E. Young, Elisha II who m. Strudwick and daughter was Agnes Black Young, Jenny and Alexander St. Clair Young.

5.2. Thomas, killed by Indians and scalped in the battle of Kerr's Creek when he was a young man in 1763, unmarried and left no issue.

5.3. Mary m. John Cartmill, Augusta Co., VA, nothing further is known about Mary or her descendants.

6. Jane Young b. County Antrim and migrated to America, to Augusta Co., VA. Married 1) Patrick Cook and had children Mary (who married William Deane) and John who was killed at North Mountain when young. Patrick died and Jane married 2) to Andrew Steel, having one known child, Andrew Steel Jr.

7. William Young b. County Antrim and migrated to America at an early but unknown date, did not stay long in Augusta Co., VA, but migrated to Albemarle Co. and lived for many years before living in NC for a time before migrating to KY before 1777, when KY was still dangerous Indian territory and everyone lived in a fort or station. William died in 1818 in KY and was reportedly married three times. Only the first name of his third wife, Mary, is known at this time. William was a Revolutionary War soldier who may have served only in the forts/stations of the KY frontier or may have served in NC. He is listed as a member of Capt. Boyle's Company, out of Logan's Fort, and stationed at forts along Dick's River in Lincoln Co. A Col. Young is later identified in a Draper interview with Mrs. Arnold as being at Craig's Station. In the Fall of 1783, all the inhabitants of Craig's Station went to Gilbert's Creek Station, including the William Young family. All remained at Gilbert's Creek Station except Capt. John Craig. William claimed two 400 acre land grants on Gilbert's Creek, one was denied, probably having had a valid claim by someone else. To get the grant he received, he had to have been in KY after January 1778 and before October 1779. There is a Chalkley court reference dated 1779, listing, among many others, both William Young and William Hughes, who would become William Young's son Thomas' father-in-law, as delinquent on their taxes because they have "gone to Kentucky." This delinquent tax list was for 1777 or 1778, making their trip to KY fall into the time frame in which son Thomas was born. He was probably born shortly after their arrival in KY, most likely at Logan's Fort.

8. John Young b. County Antrim, m. Elizabeth (Unknown), migrated to America in 1737 and settled in Augusta Co., VA. For further detail on this family see John Young Family.

9. James Young b. County Antrim, son William.

10. Sarah/Sally Young b. 1695 County Antrim, m. William Curry in Ireland. (I have more info not posted yet on this family.) (Possibly others.)


Children of JOHN YOUNG and ANNIE HOUSTON are: i. HUGH6 YOUNG, b. WFT Est. 1693-1707, County Antrim, Ireland; d. Aft. 1765, Augusta County, Virginia; m. AGNES SITTLINGTON; b. WFT Est. 1693-1707.

Notes for HUGH YOUNG: Hugh Young and Agnes Sitlington were cousins.


Hugh YOUNG 1 Born: , co. Antrim, IRE Marriage: Agnes STITLINGTON , co. Antrim, IRE Died: After 1765, , Augusta Co., VA 2


  General Notes:

He and his wife (a cousin of his) immigrated to America in 1741. He lived near his brother, Robert, in Augusta Co., VA where they lived out the rest of their lives. They had 3 children. Their son Thomas was killed as a teenager at the Battle of Kerr's Creek. Their daughter, Mary, married John Cartmill. Their son John was an aid to General Washington and was an ancestor to our current day Senator, John McCain. He received a patent for his 200 acres of land in Beverly Manor (later to become Augusta Co., VA) in 1746, three years before his brothers obtained land.... and at least one more piece of land at the same time as brothers Robert and James.

Here are some of the records that pertain to a Hugh in Chalkelys. The ones from 1755 forward might belong to a different Hugh Young.

Page 109.--15th February, 1748. Jane Cook's bond as administratrix of Patrick Cook, with sureties Hugh Young, Robt. Young, John Spear;

Page 32.--25th March, 1749. John Young's estate, Dr. to James C. Young, administrator: To funeral charges, £4. To cash, by Henry Downs, Capt. Danl. McAnare. Capt. John Brown, Hugh Young, Robt. Scott, Robt. Boyd, John Davis.

Page 55.--15th May, 1754. Hugh Young's bond as guardian (appointed) to Mary and John Cook, orphans of Patrick Cook, with sureties Robert Patterson, William Hamilton.

Page 129.--19th November, 1755. James Lockhart's bond as collector of quit rents during his sheriffalty, with sureties John Brown, James Callison, David Moore, Hugh Young, James Neeley, John Lewis, Robert Christian.

Page 259.--2d March, 1753. Alexander Campbell's will--To son (youngest) Alexander, plantation testator lives on; to wife, maintenance; to daughter Florence; to daughter Mary; to daughter Jane. Executors, son William, and William Ledgerwood. Teste: Pat. Cunningham, Robt. Campbell, Walter Davis. Proved, 16th August, 1758, by Cunningham and Davis. Executors qualified with Hugh Young, Pat. Campbell.

Page 289.--7th March, 1759. John Gay's appraisement, by Alex. Galespy, Hugh Young, Samuel Young.

Page 317.--18th May, 1759. Thomas Fulton's estate settlement--Debts paid to Charles Goodall, Saml. Hodge, Robt. Gween, Thos. Weems, Hugh Young.

Page 371.--20th May, 1760. William Shannon's bond (with John Brown, Hugh Young) as administrator of James Young.

Page 493.--Whereas Robert Cowdon has for some time Past reported and said that William Ledgerwood was a convict, he does now Acknowledge it to be False Report and that he had no Grounds for saying so of him. As witness my hand this 30th day of March, 1772.--Robert Cowdon. Teste: Hugh Young, John Young.



Hugh married Agnes STITLINGTON in , co. Antrim, IRE.

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Sources


1 Jebavy, Sharon Young, Descendants of Sir John Lamont and Mary Young Lamont at http://www.geocities.com/charryoung/early.html, (c2001).

2 Lyman Chalkley, Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia with many extracts forwarded by Sharon Jebavey, (Genealogical Publishing Co., 1966).


http://www.geocities.com/charryoung/early.html

5. Hugh Young b. County Antrim, m. his cousin Agnes Sitlington in County Antrim and migrated to America in 1741. Settling next to his brother Robert in Augusta Co., VA. Hugh and Agnes lived and died in Augusta and are presumed burried in the Glebe Cemetery next to Hebron Presbyterian Church at Staunton where their son John and both of his wives are buried. Hugh and Agnes Sitlington Young had three children:


http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=17510910

Husband's Name Hugh YOUNG (AFN:1F1L-QHD) Pedigree Born: Abt 1700 Place: , , County Antrim, Ireland Married: Abt 1725 Place: , , , Ireland Father: Mother:

Wife's Name Agnes SITTLINGTON (AFN:1F1L-QJL) Pedigree

Born: Abt 1700 Place: Ballygowan, Ballynure, County Antrim, Ireland Married: Abt 1725 Place: , , , Ireland Father: Mother:

Children

1. Sex Name M Thomas YOUNG (AFN:1F1L-QKS) Pedigree Born: Abt 1733 Place: , , , Ireland Died: 1763 Place: , , Virginia 2. Sex Name M Hugh YOUNG (AFN:1F1L-QL1) Pedigree Born: Abt 1735 Place: , , , Ireland 3. Sex Name M John YOUNG (AFN:1F1L-QQT) Pedigree Born: 25 Mar 1737 Place: , , , Ireland Died: 5 Dec 1824 Place:


ii. SARAH YOUNG, b. 1695, County Antrim, Ireland; m. WILLIAM CURRY, Bef. 1717, prob. Londonderry, Ulster County, Ireland; b. 1690, County Antrim, Ireland; d. Aft. 1748.

Notes for SARAH YOUNG: http://ancestrees.com/pedigree/3076.htm

Sarah YOUNG 1 2 3 Born: 1695, , co. Antrim, IRE Marriage: William CURRY Bef 1717 Died: After 1748

Spouses/Children: William CURRY


Dr. Robert A. CURRY+ William CURRY+ James CURRY Sr.+ John CURRY Nathan CURRY Reverend David CURRY Isaiah CURRY Sarah CURRY Jane (Jenny) CURRY Joseph CURRY


iii. JOHN YOUNG, b. Abt. 1700, County Antrim, Ireland; d. Abt. 1783, Augusta County, Virginia; m. ELIZABETH ???, Abt. 1735, Ireland.

Notes for JOHN YOUNG: Some sources claim that John Young's wife was Elizabeth, others claim it was Margaret. More research necessary to determine.


Chalkey's Chronicles Submitted by Patience Northern.

Page 287

12 Nov 1780 John Young´s will (Junior), on Middle River – Going an Expedition in Service of my Country which may terminate in death: to wife, Margaret; to brother, William; to Margaret Henderson 20lbs, provided she behave well till free; to brother James Young´s son, Andrew Young; to Robert King and his brother George; to John Stiffey; to Sarah Henderson (on good behavior till married); to brothers, James, Robert, William; to sister Rebeckah´s son, Andrew McComb. Executors, wife and brother, William Young. Teste: Ro. Gamble, Isaac Carson, John Blair. Proved 20th May, 1783, by Gamble and Blair. Executors qualify.



http://www.marknjessica.com/spitlers/pafg65.htm

John Young was born in 1700 in Antrim County, Ireland. He died before 1783 in Augusta County, VA. He married Margaret about 1735 in Ireland.

Margaret was born about 1714 in Ireland. She died before 1780 in Augusta County, VA. She married John Young about 1735 in Ireland.

They had the following children:

  F i Rebecca Young 
  M ii John Young was born about 1735 in Ireland. He died before 1783 in Augusta County, VA.  
  M iii William Young was born about 1738 in Ireland.  
  M iv Robert Young was born about 1740 in Ireland. He died in Apr 1793 in Augusta County, VA.  
  F v Isabel Young was born about 1746 in Antrum County, Ireland.  
  F vi Rebeckah Young was born about 1750 in Augusta County, VA.  
  F vii Sarah Young was born about 1752 in Augusta County, VA.  
  M viii James Young 
  M ix William Young was born on 19 Feb 1743/1744 in Augusta County, VA.  
  F x Elizabeth Young was born on 2 Jun 1745 in Augusta County, VA.  
  F xi Margaret Young was born on 10 Jul 1748 in Augusta County, VA.  
  M xii John Young was born on 19 Jul 1741 in Augusta County, VA.  




http://ancestrees.com/pedigree/1528.htm

John YOUNG 1 Born: Cir 1700, of Ireland Marriage: Elizabeth UNKNOWN Died: Bef 20 May 1783, , Augusta Co., VA


  General Notes:

He emmigrated to America in 1737 where he settled in Augusta Co., VA. In Deed Book 2, pg 189, 1749 the following info is listed: "Hugh Campbell to John Young, Naked Creek, part of 400 ac pat 1740 to Campbell."

Excerpts from Chalkley provided by Sharon Jebavey that might apply to this John are as follows.

1748-49, March 10th--William Curry (his brother-in-law), 200 (acres), near John Young, Thos. Waterson, Naked Creek (c. g. e. p.).

Page 272.--1760: Processioned by John Malkem and Alex. Blair, viz: For John Young, for Robert Young.... James Young...

Page 406.--20th August, 1760. Adam Dickinson's bond (with Andrew Sitlington, James Gilespy, John Young).

Page 7.--14th February, 1761. Adam Dickinson's additional appraisement (of James Young's estate), by Andw. Sitlington, John Young.

1763; September 7, John Young; (He's in a list of names and dates but the event is not described.)

Aug 21, 1764 (67) Elizabeth Fulton, aged 16, orphan of John Fulton, chose John Young guardian.

1765 Page 392.--Gentlemen of the Vestry: I took in Christopher Sumlmsky last November & has never been allowed no consideration and kept him till the March Court as he has been upon the Parish before & after I hope you will allow me as men has been allowed and I put something on to keep him warm. John Young.

Page 483.--28th December, 1771. Halbert McClure's will--to wife, Mary, executrix; to 3 daughters, Mary, Isabella, Phebe. Teste: Archd. Alexander, Robert Feris, Wm. Alexander. Proved, 18th March, 1772, by Fearis and Alexander (Wm.). Mary (her mark) qualifies with Thos. Vance, John Young.

Page 268.--27th October. 1773. Robert Scott's will--To Martha McClintock, £5; to executors, all remainder of estate to pay them for their trouble. Executors, Wm. McClintock, John Young. Teste: William McClintock, Jr., Preepare McClintock. Proved. 20th September, 1774, by the witnesses. William McClintock qualifies (his mark) with Mathew Reed, John Clark.

Page 159.--16th November, 1773. William McPheeters' appraisement recorded, by John Moffett, James McCleerey, John Young--Abraham Jenkin's account, Duval Bosanques account.

Page 231.--10th August, 1775. Isaac White's will--To wife, Jane, mare bought of Lewis Baker; to sons, viz: David, Isaac, James and Gordon White, if any of them die in infancy; to daughters, Jane, Isabella, Margret, if any die infants; son, Gordon, and daughters, Isabella and Margret, be schooled; to daughters already married, viz: Mary Young, Elizabeth, and Sarah Rodgers. Executors, James Steele, John Young. Teste: Andrew Russell, David White. Proved, 17th April, 1782, by the witnesses. Executors refused to execute. Jane, the widow, relinquished her right. Administration granted David and Isaac White.

Page 406.--29th February, 1776. John Jameson's will--To wife, Jane; to grandson, John Perry; to granddaughter, Sarah McNabb; to nine children. Executors, Robert Armstrong, Daniel O'Friel. Teste: John Trimble, John Young, Robt. Wallace. Proved, 19th March, 1776, by Trimble and Wallace. Executors qualify.

Sept 1802 McPheeters vs. Moffett--Involves land conveyed to Beverley to Crockett, 26th February, 1740. Copy of deed. Deed, Robert Crockett and Margaret to William McPheeters, 23d November, 1743. Deed Robert Crockett and wife, same. William McPheeters, demandant, is son of above William McPheeters. Deposition James McClery, taken in Fayette County, Kentucky, third Monday June, 1798: In the Spring of 1742 he settled in Augusta County within 3 miles of lands in dispute. He lived in Augusta until October, 1785. Deposition before Samuel Blair, J. P., J. Bell, Elij Poage, George Trotter. John Brownlee deposes in Augusta, 3d July, 1798, that he has lived where he now lives since 1st November, 1740; he has always been a member of that society, and is nearly related to John Moffett, the defendant. John Tate also deposes that he has lived where he now lives for 53 years in October last, and had been acquainted with the lands for two years before he came to live in the neighborhood. Captain Samuel McPheeters deposes at same time that he has lived in and near where he now lives since 1741. Mathew Wilson deposes at same time that he has lived near where he now lives 60 years. John Young lived on the plantation 55 years ago and upwards.

His will is transcribed here by Sharon Jebavy: "WB 6, pg 189, John Young Sr. to son John, son William, his other children James, Robert, Isabel, Margaret, Rebeckah and Sarah Executors sons John and William; Dated 24 March 1780, proved 20 May 1783. Test John Poage Jr., James Bell, Frances Bell." (E)




iv. JANE YOUNG, b. WFT Est. 1705-1724, County Antrim, Ireland; d. Aft. 1748; m. (1) PATRICK COOK, WFT Est. 1738-1745; b. WFT Est. 1705-1724; d. Bef. 15 Feb 1747/48, Augusta County, Virginia; m. (2) ANDREW STEELE, Aft. 1748; b. 1709; d. 1790, Virginia.

Notes for JANE YOUNG:


Jane YOUNG 1 Born: , co. Antrim, IRE Marriage: (1): Patrick COOK Marriage: (2): Andrew STEEL Jr. Died: After 1748 2


  General Notes:

Chalkley's entry is as follows on this Jane Young and her husband: Page 109.--15th February, 1748. Jane Cook's bond as administratrix of Patrick Cook, with sureties Hugh Young, Robt. Young, John Spear. After her husband's death, Uncle Hugh Young took guardianship of Patrick and Jane Cook's children. (E) 3


Jane married Patrick COOK. (Patrick COOK died before 15 Feb 1748 in , Augusta Co., VA 2.)

Jane also married Andrew STEEL Jr.


Sources


1 Jebavy, Sharon Young, Descendants of Sir John Lamont and Mary Young Lamont at http://www.geocities.com/charryoung/early.html, (c2001).

2 Lyman Chalkley, Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia with many extracts forwarded by Sharon Jebavey, (Genealogical Publishing Co., 1966).

3 Jebavy, Sharon Young, Email dated 2001 at ShaLamont@email.msn.com.


http://celestialfamily.org/Genealogy/getperson.php?personID=I13736&tree=McClure-Harris

Gender Female Person ID I13736 McClure-Harris Last Modified 21 Nov 2002

Father John Young, d. 1747 Mother Annie Houston Family ID F4770 Group Sheet

Family 1 Patrick Cook Children 1. Mary Cook

Family ID F4785 Group Sheet

Family 2 Andrew Steele Children 1. Andrew Steele

Family ID F4786 Group Sheet


Notes *Jane Young b. County Antrim and migrated to America, to Augusta Co.,VA. Married 1) Patric k Cook and had children Mary (who marriedWilliam Deane) and John who was killed at North Mou ntain when young.Patrick died and Jane married 2) to Andrew Steel, having one knownchild, A ndrew Steel Jr.



Notes for PATRICK COOK: From Chalkley's Chronicles:

Page 123.--12th December, 1748. Patrick Cook's will--Wife, Jane; daughter, Mary (infant); son, John (infant). If children die in infancy, care to be taken to find the nearest blood relations, and, in their default, then the estate to be given in care to the Presbytery of New Castle to be laid out in pious uses and to support the gospel here. Executors, James Lockhart and Patrick Martin. Teste: John Risk, Pat Martin. Proved, 17th February, 1748, by both witnesses.


Notes for ANDREW STEELE: From Rootsweb.com post:

From: catano@ix.netcom.com <catano@ix.netcom.com> To: STEELE-L@rootsweb.com <STEELE-L@rootsweb.com> Date: Sunday, August 30, 1998 4:00 AM Subject: Re: [STEELE-L] Samuel Steele

> >Hi ...I think this is more of the same family....There may be connection >between this family and mine, but I haven't found it. >Jodi >STEELE FAMILY HISTORY CONTAINED IN "BIBLE RECORDS----TOMBSTONE INSCRIPTIONS; BALT. GEN. >PUB. 1980 P. 130. CONTRIBUTED BY JC >STEELE FAMILY HISTORY...(I believe this information comes from the Joseph Shackleford Binkley Bible....also >printed below...jc) >Samuel Steele, father of Andrew Steele, born 1709, died 1790, in Virginia. >Andrew Steele, born about 1755. He married Martha Buchanan in 1780. Martha Buchanan was the daughter of >Archibald and Agnes Bowen McFerrin Buchanan, born 1762. Andrew Steele came to Tennessee from >Montgomery County, Va., and bought land on Caney Fork in 1793. The children of Andrew and Martha Buchanan >Steele were: >Archibald Steele, who married and left a family near Natchez, Miss. John and James Steele, who were twins. John >married a Miss Compton. James married on Caney Fork. >Andrew Steele, who married on Caney Fork. >Mary Steele, who married Perry Magnes. >Nancy Steele, who married Charles Hall >Samuel Steele, born 1782, and married Patience Shane 1805. >The children of Samuel and Patience Shane Steele were: Rebecca, who married Thomas Wood. James Steele, who >married Judith Wood. Polly Steele, who married William Harper Wright. Martha Buchanan Steele, born in 1811, and >married Joseph Shackleford Blinkley in 1833. >JOSEPH SHACKLEFORD BINKLEY BIBLE >Frederick Binkley, father of Joseph S. Binkley, born Feb. 15, 1774, died Sept. 18, 1857; married Adeline Shackleford, >daughter of Roger Shakleford and Nancy Carter, born in Va May 17, 1789, died Sept. 15, 1868; Fredrick and Adeline >Shackleford were married Dec. 24, 1804. >Joseph Shackleford Binkley, born Nov. 19, 1810, died Aug. 21, 1887; married Martha Buchanan Steele, July 18, >1833. >Martha Buchanan Steele, daughter of Samuel Steele and Patience Shane, born Dec. 9, 1811, died July 28, 1859. >Samuel Steele, son of Andrew Steele and Martha Buchanan, born May 13, 1782, died March 7, 1864; married >Patience Shane, June 19, 1805. >Patience Shane, daughter of Morris Shane and Phoebe Castleman, born Sept. 2, 1787, died June 4, 1852. >The children of Joseph S. and Martha Steele Binkley were: >Mary, born Oct. 13, 1834, died Aug. 8, 1884. >Fredrick Summerfield, born June 22, 1836, died June 23, 1836. >Benjamin Franklin, born May 3, 1837, died Dec. 17, 1903. >Malvina, born May 1, 1839, died June 12, 1852. >Amanda Rebecca, born Oct. 21, 1841. >Almeda Adeline, born Nov. 18, 1843; died April 14, 1887. >Ann Leady, born Nov. 11, 1845. >Henry Clay, born Nov. 25, 1847. >Martha Elizabeth, born Dec. 24, 1849, died June 18, 1852. >Samuel Steele, born Oct. 2, 1851, died March 7, 1883. >Joseph Pitts, born May 14, 1854, died April 8, 1921. >David C. Kelley, born June 30, 1857; died Aug. 14, 1928. >Steele Related Marriages in this Bible were: >Samuel Steele, son of Andrew and Martha Buchanan Steele, born in Virginia May 13, 1782, died March 7, 1864; >married, June 19, 1805, to Patience Shane, daughter of Morris and Phoebe Castleman Shane, born in Tennessee, >Sept. 2, 1787, died June 4, 1852. >Joseph Binkley and Martha Buchanan Steele, married July 18, 1833. >Their children were: >Mary Binkley and Samuel Steele, married Jan. 12, 1851. >Amanda Rebecca Binkley and Frederick Marshall Binkley, married Jan. 7, 1862. >Almeda Adeline Binkley and Alexander Jefferson Carver, married Feb. 18, 1866. >Benjamin Franklin Binkley and Matilda Markham, married March 25, 1866. >Ann Leedy Binkley and Joshua Beadle, married April 8, 1868. >Henry Clay Binkley and Ree J. McGee, married April 16, 1874. >Joseph Pitts Binkley and Alice Moss, married April 30, 1876. >David Campbell Kelley Binkley and Florence Dickson, married May 13, 1883. > > >


v. ROBERT YOUNG, SR., b. 1711, County Antrim, Ireland; d. 1762, Augusta County, Virginia; m. AGNES CROCKETT, Abt. 1730; b. 1715, County Antrim, Ireland; d. Aft. 20 Jun 1770, Augusta County, Virginia.

Notes for ROBERT YOUNG, SR.:


Robert YOUNG Sr. 1 2 3 4 Born: 1711, , co. Antrim, IRE Marriage: Agness CROCKETT Abt 1730, , co. Antrim, IRE Died: 1762, , Augusta Co., VA 5


  General Notes:

Robert and his wife had multiple sons whose names have been researched. They had at least 2 daughters. (CL-468) They emigrated from Ireland to Philadelphia about 1736 or 1737 as verified in court records in Orange Co., Virginia dated Jun 26, 1740 to verify their transportation. Robert, Agness, John, Samuel and James were listed in this document. In VA, proof of transportation was required when buying land.

Robert is in a list of the earliest settlers of Beverley Manor where he purchased 373 acres on Jun 7, 1742. He had several land purchases in fact. Four hundred acres at the head of north branch of Buffalo Creek, bordering on Borden's land was purchased in 1747 from William McMachan, Gentleman of Fredrick Co. He purchased two tracts in Beverly Manor where he resided, 234 and 530 acres respectively on Feb 27, 1749 for which he received Patents in that same year.

It should be noted that there were several Roberts and at least 2 Robert Sr.'s in Augusta Co, VA at the same time as this Robert Sr. and some of the facts below could belong to them instead. The other Robert Sr. lived on the Forks off James River by 1755.

According to Robert Frey he is the Robert who had two indentured servants, William Sanford and Margaret McGaffey. Margaret filed a complaint against her "white haired" master in the 1740's.

If accurate, then he is the following Robert in Chalkley: "page 29 Robert Young, white haired, (April, 1745/6), Chancery suit vs. Borden". In that same record there is a 2nd Robert Young delineated who lived near the Courthouse. There is a third Robert listed who lived on the North Forks (which is the other Robert Sr. who moved with his family to Tennessee sometime after 1776. These were all from a list of Clerk records where Merchants listed distinguishing characteristics of their patrons.

He was a part of Richard Wood's Co. in the militia in 1745 and 1746. He was named Constable in that same time period. That meant that he would hear minor cases in business and conduct in the courts. He gained the position of "Captain, Troop of Horse" for the militia on Aug. 21, 1752.

Robert entered into a bond with Hugh Spier of Orange Co. in Aug., 1740, but something was amiss as Mr. Spier sued him over it in 1754 and 1756.

On Mar. 18th, 1755, he divided his homestead at Beverley Manor between his sons. One hundred and fifty acres including his home went to James, 105 to Robert Jr., and 295 to Samuel. He divided all his personal estate to sons William, Hugh, and Joseph.

It appears that his father, John, living in Augusta Co. who died a few years before this whose estate was still being settled on Apr. 28, 1756, "by virtue of an execution vs. the estate of John Young," the Constable seized the goods of John Young and filed a complaint against Robert and Agness who by "violent force" had taken and rescued it from the constable.

In Chalkley he might have been the following Robert: Page 160.-- (1757?) Robert Young and James Davis, on north east side of Buffelow Creek and up the North River to the Mountain.

This record in Chalkley could apply to this Robert Young and his sons. Page 290.--1760: Processioned by _____ ? _____: For Robert Hamilton, ... for Robert Young, for James Young, for Samuel Young, for Hugh Young ...

According to Chalkley, our Robert Sr. died in 1662. This is supported by Orphans court records. On May 20, 1762, Robert Young, age 18, son and orphan of Robert Young, chose (brother) James Young to be his guardian. The next day, James became his official guardian when he, brother Samuel and Joseph Hannett gave bond to the court. James also took guardianship of two other brothers, William and Hugh, on Aug 21, 1764. This time bond was given by James with his brother John and a second John Young ?, Robert Young and John Kirkpatrick.

Agness is listed as the late wife of Robert Young in a May 28, 1765 court case vs. John Brown for Writ of dower. In Oct 1769, she released her dower in order that her son James could sell some land. Agness died sometime after Jun 20, 1770 when the case against John Brown was dropped because of his death. (CL-468) According to Sharon Young Jebavy, she and five or six of her sons removed to Laurens Co., South Carolina after this last written record found about her. (CL-541) 5 6



  Events:

• Emigration, 1737, Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co., PA, USA.


Robert married Agness CROCKETT about 1730 in , co. Antrim, IRE. (Agness CROCKETT was born in 1715 in , co. Antrim, IRE 3 and died after 20 Jun 1770 in , Augusta Co., VA.)


Sources


1 Edwin Tappan Adney, The Adney Family of America, (Unpublished).

2 Hildebrand, J. Raymond, Map of Young's land in Augusta Co., VA.

3 Jebavy, Sharon Young, Descendants of Sir John Lamont and Mary Young Lamont at http://www.geocities.com/charryoung/early.html, (c2001).

4 Jebavy, Sharon Young, Email dated 2001 at ShaLamont@email.msn.com.

5 Lyman Chalkley, Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia with many extracts forwarded by Sharon Jebavey, (Genealogical Publishing Co., 1966).

6 Dr. Robert Frey to L.Dudick Email letters dated Feb/Mar 1999 at rcfrey@greenapple.com.


Spouses/Children: Agness CROCKETT


John YOUNG+ Samuel YOUNG+ James YOUNG Mary YOUNG Robert YOUNG Jr. William YOUNG Margaret YOUNG Hugh YOUNG Joseph YOUNG


Notes for AGNES CROCKETT: http://ancestrees.com/pedigree/7276.htm

Agness CROCKETT 1 Born: 1715, , co. Antrim, IRE 2 Marriage: Robert YOUNG Sr. Abt 1730, , co. Antrim, IRE Died: After 20 Jun 1770, , Augusta Co., VA


  General Notes:

Agnes moved to South Carolina with her sons after her husband's death. The following refers to her in Chalkley: Aug 1766 Agnes Young, late the wife of Robert Young, vs. John Brown.--Writ of dower, 28th May, 1765. She was deeded 200 acres is 1766 in SC. She is last mentioned in Chalkley in 1770. She is often confused with the Agnes who is the sister in law of Robert, or his brother, Hugh's wife. (E) 3


Agness married Robert YOUNG Sr., son of John YOUNG and Annie HOUSTON, about 1730 in , co. Antrim, IRE. (Robert YOUNG Sr. was born in 1711 in , co. Antrim, IRE and died in 1762 in , Augusta Co., VA 4.)


Sources


1 Dr. Robert Frey to L.Dudick Email letters dated Feb/Mar 1999 at rcfrey@greenapple.com.

2 Jebavy, Sharon Young, Descendants of Sir John Lamont and Mary Young Lamont at http://www.geocities.com/charryoung/early.html, (c2001).

3 Jebavy, Sharon Young, Email dated 2001 at ShaLamont@email.msn.com.

4 Lyman Chalkley, Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia with many extracts forwarded by Sharon Jebavey, (Genealogical Publishing Co., 1966).


vi. JAMES YOUNG, b. Aft. 1711, County Antrim, Ireland; d. 21 Dec 1790, Augusta County, Virginia.

Notes for JAMES YOUNG: http://ancestrees.com/pedigree/1870.htm

James YOUNG 1 Born: After 1711 Marriage: Unknown Died: 21 Dec 1790, , Augusta Co., VA 2 Buried: Augusta Stone Cemetery, Augusta Co., VA, USA


  General Notes:

It is my theory that my James Young, father to Mary Young married to George Glenn, is the James who is the son of John and Annie Young. I say this for the following reasons. John and Annie's son James was likely born after 1711 and could easily could have lived until 1793 when my James Young's will was probated. He would have been an appropriate age to be a grandparent to the large number of grandchildren he names. When his possible nephew through brother John, Robert Young died and left a will in 1793, he names George Glenn, husband of Mary Young (James' son-in-law and Robert's probable cousin-in-law) as his executor. Lastly, he is the only James not accounted for in this time period that fits my James Young.

Persons listed in my Jame's young's will in Augusta Co., VA, Will Book VII, pg. 292, are in this abstract by Dr. Robert Frey. "16 Nov 1790: To Agnes Miller, wife to Wert Miller, daughter to George Glenn; to James Glenn, son to George Glenn; to William Glenn, son to George Glenn; to Sarah Glenn, daughter to George Glenn; to Martha Glenn, daughter to George Glenn; to Hugh Glenn, son to George Glenn; to Mary Glenn, daughter to George Glenn, infant; to Margaret, Esther, Elizabeth, Martha, John, James, William Bing, children to John Bing; to son-in-law George Glenn, to son-in-law John Bing, executors. Teste: Robert Young, Jr (probable nephew).; Robert Young, Sr. (probable brother); Sarah Young (Sister in law, daughter or grandaughter?). Proved 21st December 1790, by all witnesses. George Glenn and Wm. Young (possible brother) qualified."

James Young apparently only bequethed items to grandchildren of two daughters. (CL-185) (Note that these Glenn grandchildren are listed in the indentical order in Hugh Glenn's family bible and that Mary was simply underage 21 at the time.) (CL-185) It's possible that James only had 2 daughters who made it to adulthood and that his wife had died by the time he wrote his will.

According to "Augusta County Heritage Book" he died on Dec. 21, 1790 and was in the American Revolution as stated on his gravesite.

If he is the James who is the son of John and Annie Young, then he obtained a patent for 436 acres of land in 1749 in Beverly Manor (later to become Augusta Co., VA) as do his brothers. Their land is adjacent to each other. James borders on Robert Young's land, to the north, Patrick Martin's to the east, Jacob Lockhart to the south, and William Vance to the west. He appears to fit the James Young who had a mill as he is listed with his brothers and neighbors below when a road is being built connecting James Young's mill to Richey's Smith Shop to Buchannan's Mills which is south and slightly east of his property.

The following records from Chalkley might apply to this James or possibly to the James who was a brother to the original John Young who died in 1741. Another was married to Mary McCombe and died in 1805. Ones starred definitely apply to the James who owned land in Beverly Manor by 1749.

  • Apr-Jun 1746

Young vs. Bordin.--Chancery. Writ dated 14th February, 1745-6. Robt. Young, orator. Robert Crockett purchased a tract of land from Benjamin Bordin, Sr., between James Young and Robert Young (orator) on 8th October, 1742 (northwest of James land and west of Robert's land). Orator bought Crockett's right and sues for a deed from Benjamin Bordin, Jr.

  • Aug 20, 1746

.(72) Report as to road from top North Mountain to Wm. King's and thence to C. H.--Robert Davis appointed overseer. The following tithables to work it: George Kill Patrick, James Young, James Young, James Mills...

1750--March 19, Robert Finia, William McNabb; April __, James Young; May __, Joshua Mathews; June 2, Joseph White, Joseph Maze (I can't tell what this reference was too.)

  • Aug 1752: CHRONICLES OF THE Scotch-Irish Settlement IN VIRGINIA EXTRACTED FROM THE ORIGINAL COURT RECORDS OF AUGUSTA COUNTY 1745-1800 AUGUSTA COUNTY COURT RECORDS. ORDER BOOK NO. III. page 53 Page (316) Patrick Martin and Alexr. Richey to be overseers of road from Young's Mill to Alexr. Richey's smith shop, thence to Buchanan's mills, with these hands: Adam Thompson, Geo. Peary, Ro. Young, James Peary, John Campbell, John Buchanan, James Moody, Andrew Cowan, James Callison, John Jameson, Walter Smiley, James McCorkle, Ro. McCorkle, Nathan Gilliland, Wm. McNabb.
  • Nov 21, 1752

(410) Maurice O'Frield, John Trimble, Wm. McFeeters, Wm. Martain, James Young, Jacob Lockart, James Vance, Patrick Martin, Wm. McClintock, Rob. Young, Thos. Piery, John Campbell, James Peary, Robert Davis, James Philips, John Spear, John McMurry, Alexr. McMurry, David Stuard, Hugh Young, John Jameson, Rob. McClellon and John Brown--to work the road under Saml. Wallace from top of North Mountain to this Co. Ho.

  • Mar 21, 1753

(414) John Buchanan, James Clark, Jacob Lockhart, Thomas Kirkpatrick, John Berry, John Bartley, Wm. Martin, Josias Richards, William McFeeters, John Jameson, James Young, Hugh Young, Robert Young, William McClintock, Wm. Ledgerwood, John Trimble, Maurice O'Frield, Samuel Wallace, Robert Davis, Robert McClenon, James Moody, James Philips, Wm. Akry, Cornelius Donaho, George Peary, Adam Thompson, Thomas Peary, John Campbell, James Peary, Wm. McNab, Robert Scot, Thomas Reed, Abraham Masha, Thomas Dunn, Francis Dunn, Major Scot, John Bigham, John Black, Samuel Downing, Alexr. McFeeters, Andrew Cowan, James McCorkle, John Vance, James Gilmore and Patrick Martin--to keep road formerly laid off from James Young's Mill to said Buchanan's Mill.

  • (415) Joseph Long and James Young, overseers, with Robert Young, Joseph Long, Samuel Gibson, Solomon Whitley, John Collier, William Hall, Gilbert Crawford, George Gibson, John Ruckman, Thomas Burton, Wm. Wadington, Wm. Brown, James Moore, John Hanna, James Huston, Wm. Todd, James Bats, James Todd, James Young, Patrick Young, John Carr and James Campbell--keep the road from Joseph Long's Mill to James Young's Mill, thence to the Great Road on James Thompson's Plantation.
  • 1754

Petitioners ask that the following be assigned to work the road from James Young's mill to John Buchanan's mill: John Buchanan, James Clark's tithables, Jacob Lockhart's tithables, Thomas Kirkpatrick's tithables, John Bertly, George Bertly, William Martin, Josias Richards, William McFetters' tithables, John Jameson, James Young, Hugh Young, Robert Young's tithables,

Aug 15, 1757, "orphan James Young was bound to Adam Haverstick".??

1760 Page 272.--1760: Processioned by John Malkem and Alex. Blair, viz: For John Young, for Robert Young, ...for James Young...

May 20, 1762 (229) Robert Young, aged 18, orphan of Robert Young, chose James Young his guardian

May 24, 1762 .(253) Liquors rated. James Young, a juror impanneled, failed to answer when called; fined and suit continued. Alexr. McClenachan, Thos. Crow, Joseph Bell, George Francisco, disturbed the Court by playing at ball, and are fined.

  • Page 217.--20th March, 1763. Thomas Peerie's will: (Mark ): To wife Mary; to son John; to daughter Elizabeth; to children, Margaret, Agness, Thomas, George, William, Robert and Mary. Teste: Moses Williams, Henry Cartmill. Proved, 15th February, 1763, by the witnesses. Mary qualifies (her mark ), with James Young, James Peerie.

1764--January 6, William Black; February 17, James Kerr; February 25, Robert Lusk; January 27, James Fowler; March 8, William Hides; March 20, Christopher Any; March 21, William Givens; May 16, James Young;

Aug 21, 1764 (69) William and Hugh Young, orphans of Robert Young, choose James Young their guardian, and James is appointed guardian of Joseph Young, another of the orphans.

Page 385.--1765: Processioned by Collier and McCampbell, viz: For William McCamey, for Jno. Beatty (Samuel Norrad present), for Solomon Whitley, for Wm. Gilmore, for Robt. Erwin, for Jno. McKee, for Andw. McCampbell, for Henry Kirkham, for Edward Fairies, for James Campbell, for Alex. Deal, for John Gilmore, for Moses Cunningham for Robt. Hamilton, for James McCalster, for Hugh Cunningham, for George McConne; for Wm. Moore, Michael Kirkham present; for James Young

1767--Constables: Fras Graham, Jno. Griffith, Jos. Dennis, Thos. Cartmil, Solomon Carpenter, Wm. Jemmison, Jno. Clark, Charles Campbell, Wm. McMullen, Wm. Paxton, Hugh Hicklin, James Young.

Nov 17, 1767 (341) Alexr. Dale appointed Constable, vice James Young. Joseph Bell appointed surveyor of highway from James Lessley's to fork of road leading to Staunton, vice Archd. Hamilton.

Mar 1769 Patrick Denny vs. George Gibson.--Trespass, 1767. James Young, Thos. McAllister, John McAllister, James Dillen, Richard McGee--witnesses.

Page 250.--17th October, 1769. John Young's bond (with John Handley, William and James Bell) as guardian (appointed) to James Young, orphan of James Young.

Mar 1771 Henry Lang vs. James Young.--Chancery. Writ dated 28th August, 1768. Joseph Lang, father of Henry, many years ago purchased a tract of land from George Robinson, who was to take out patent in Joseph's name, but it was actually issued in name of Samuel Lang, deceased, brother of Henry, for half the tract. Samuel was of very poor intellect and quite an idiot. Joseph died and left will dated 11th September, 1757, wherein he gave a part of his land "The Welch Cabin" unto Samuel. James Young persuaded Samuel to convey his land to him, in consideration that James paid him in victuals, &c. Bill to set aside conveyance.

    • Page 546.--6th December, 1774. Thomas Watterson's will, farmer--To wife Mary to nevey William Watterson. Executors, wife Mary and James Bell. Teste: James Young, Elizabeth (mark) McCamas, George Glenn. Proved, 17th February, 1778, by Young and Glenn. Widow Mary qualifies.

Bond by William Young, of Cecil County, Province of Maryland, to James Hettly, of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, dated 29th April, 1756, assigned to James Young, 28th February, 1775.

Oct 21, 1778 (365) James Young recommended as Second Lieutenant in Capt. John Young's Company.

May 1779 James Hettly vs. William Young, Sr.--Writ, 25th February, 1775. Defendant is oldest of the name of Young and lives near Long Glade.

1785--December 27, James Glenn and Margaret Young, daughter of Robert Young; surety, James Young. George and Mary Young Glenn were his parents and they had not given their son permission to marry. The James Young who gave surety could be Mary's father (Margaret's grandfather) or Robert's brother who was Margaret's uncle or Margaret's brother James.


  Events:

• Probate, Aug 1793, , Augusta Co., VA. 3



Sources


1 Young, James, Will proved Dec 21, 1790, (Augusta Co., VA).

2 Augusta County, Virginia Heritage Book, 1732-1998.

3 Lyman Chalkley, Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia with many extracts forwarded by Sharon Jebavey, (Genealogical Publishing Co., 1966).


vii. REBECCA YOUNG, b. 1715, County Antrim, Ireland; d. Augusta County, Virginia; m. WILLIAM MCCOMB; b. Bef. 1717.

Notes for REBECCA YOUNG: One source claims that the parents of Rebecca Young was John Young (d. bef. 5/20/1783, Augusta County, VA) and Elizabeth, but it appears that that John Young and Elizabetn would have been too young to have been Rebecca's parents. They did have a daughter Rebeckah, but she was apparently born much later, perhaps in 1750.


The will of John Young names Rebecca as his SISTER:

Chalkey's Chronicles Page 287

12 Nov 1780 John Young´s will (Junior), on Middle River – Going an Expedition in Service of my Country which may terminate in death: to wife, Margaret; to brother, William; to Margaret Henderson 20lbs, provided she behave well till free; to brother James Young´s son, Andrew Young; to Robert King and his brother George; to John Stiffey; to Sarah Henderson (on good behavior till married); to brothers, James, Robert, William; to sister Rebeckah´s son, Andrew McComb. Executors, wife and brother, William Young. Teste: Ro. Gamble, Isaac Carson, John Blair. Proved 20th May, 1783, by Gamble and Blair. Executors qualify.


viii. WILLIAM YOUNG, b. WFT Est. 1717-1722, County Antrim, Ireland; d. 1818, Kentucky; m. MARY ???.

Notes for WILLIAM YOUNG: http://ancestrees.com/pedigree/9466.htm

William YOUNG 1 Born: 1725-1730, , co. Antrim, IRE 2 Marriage: Mary UNKNOWN Died: 1818, , , KY, USA


  General Notes:

This is the ancestor of Sharon Young Jebavy. He was married 3 times. His last wife's name was Mary according to Sharon Jebavy. A Chalkley record dated 1779 that said both William Young and William Hughes (his father-in-law) were delinquent in their tithables because they had "...gone to KY." He moved to Lincoln Co., KY by 1777 where he lived the rest of his life. This part of Lincoln Co., KY later became Garrard Co., KY. William Young was at Logan's Fort. He was with Capt. Boyle's Company that was dispatched to forts along Dick's River in Lincoln Co., KY. Col. Young had also been at Craig's Station. In the Fall of 1783, everyone from Craig's Station left there and went to the Gilbert's Creek Station, including the William Young family. Almost everyone stayed at Gilbert's Creek. William got land grants in Lincoln Co., KY in 1783 that required him and verified that he had been in Kentucky from Jan. 1778 to Oct. 1779.

The following records from Chalkley might apply to him, but there appear to be several Williams in Augusta Co., VA.

Page 61.--21st August, 1754. Francis McCown's bond as guardian (chosen) to Edward Paris, orphan of Wm. Paris, with sureties William Young, Samuel Crawford.

Bond by William Young, of Cecil County, Province of Maryland, to James Hettly, of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, dated 29th April, 1756, assigned to James Young, 28th February, 1775.


William married Mary UNKNOWN.


Sources


1 Jebavy, Sharon Young, Descendants of Sir John Lamont and Mary Young Lamont at http://www.geocities.com/charryoung/early.html, (c2001).

2 Jebavy, Sharon Young, Email dated 2001 at ShaLamont@email.msn.com.