Person:Henry Younger (1)

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Col. Henry Washington Younger
m. 21 Aug 1807
  1. Lucy Sullivan Younger1808 -
  2. Coleman Purcell Younger1809 - 1890
  3. Col. Henry Washington Younger1810 - 1862
  4. Virginia Lee Younger1812 - 1893
  5. Littleton Purcell Younger1815 - 1893
  6. Sidney Ann Younger1817 - 1907
  7. Adeline Lee Youngerabt 1836 - 1925
m. 1830
  1. Laura Helen Younger1832 - 1924
  2. Frances Isabelle Younger1833 - 1902
  3. Martha Ann Younger1835 - 1918
  4. Charles Richard Youngerabt 1838 - 1860
  5. Mary Josephine Youngerabt 1840 - aft 1870
  6. Carolyn Youngerabt 1842 - abt 1865
  7. Thomas Coleman Younger1844 - 1916
  8. Sarah Ann Younger1846 - 1925
  9. James Hardin Younger1848 - 1902
  10. Alphae Younger1850 - 1852
  11. John Harrison Younger1851 - 1874
  12. Emily Jane Younger1852 - 1907
  13. Robert Ewing Younger1853 - 1899
  14. Henrietta V. Younger1857 - 1915
Facts and Events
Name[1] Col. Henry Washington Younger
Alt Name[2] Harry Younger
Gender Male
Birth[1] 22 Feb 1810 Crab Orchard, Lincoln, Kentucky, United States
Marriage 1830 Tennesseeto Bursheba Leighton Fristoe
Census[2] 1850 Blue Twp, Jackson County, Missouri
Census[3] 1860 Harrisonville, Cass County, Missouri
Death[1] 20 Jul 1862 Westport, Jackson County, Missouri(reportedly ambushed and murdered on the road by a company of pro-Union militia, probably Kansas Jayhawkers)
Burial[1] Orient Cemetery, Harrisonville, Cass County, Missouri


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Henry Washington Younger ( February 22, 1810 - July 20, 1862 ) was a businessman and father to the Younger outlaws Cole, Jim, John and Bob. He was the father of fourteen children. He was the son of Colonel Charles Lee Younger and Sarah Sullivan Purcell and married Bersheba Leighton Fristoe in about 1830.

Jackson County, Missouri, 1850 census:[2]

Younger, Harry 38 yrs Farmer (real estate = $9,000) b. Missouri
      Beersha 33 yrs b. Missouri
      Helen 18 yrs b. Missouri
      Isabela 16 yrs b. Missouri
      Martha A. 14 yrs b. Missouri
      Richard 12 yrs b. Missouri
      Josephine 10 yrs b. Missouri
      Caroline 8 yrs b. Missouri
      Coleman 6 yrs b. Missouri
      Sarah A. 4 yrs b. Missouri
      James H. 2 yrs b. Missouri
Soemate[?], Hardin 30 yrs Carpenter b. Missouri
      Wiley 23 yrs Carpenter b. Missouri

Cass County, Missouri, 1860 census:[3]

Younger, H. W. 50 yrs Mayor (real estate = $30,000; personal estate = $7,000) b. Kentucky
      Bershaby 44 yrs b. Kentucky
      Coleman 15 yrs Farmer b. Missouri
      Sallie 13 yrs b. Missouri
      James 12 yrs b. Missouri
      Jno. 10 yrs b. Missouri
      Emily 8 yrs b. Missouri
      Robt. 5 yrs b. Missouri
      Henrietta 4 yrs b. Missouri
Stales, Chris 22 yrs Laborer b. Indiana (cannot read/write)
Clayton, Geo. 21 yrs Sadler b. Missouri
      Caroline 18 yrs b. Missouri
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References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Find A Grave.

    (memorial marker only; location of actual burial is unknown) Find a Grave

  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Jackson, Missouri, United States. 1850 U.S. Census Population Schedule, p. 265B, dwelling/family 3/3.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Cass, Missouri, United States. 1860 U.S. Census Population Schedule, p. 841, dwelling/family 944/944.
  4.   Henry Washington Younger, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia. (Online: Wikimedia Foundation, Inc.).