Person:Lucinda Young (2)

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Lucinda "Cindy" Young
b.1877
bur.1917
m. 1850
  1. Sarah Young1851 - 1851
  2. Thomas Young1853 - 1858
  3. James Young1855 -
  4. Elizabeth Young1856 - 1943
  5. Brackston "Breck" Young1861 -
  6. Jane Young1862 -
  7. Elisha Young1863 -
  8. Mary Young1867 -
  9. Benjamin Young1871 - 1950
  10. Horace Greely Young1874 - 1942
  11. Lucinda "Cindy" Young1877 - 1917
  • WLucinda "Cindy" Young1877 - 1917
  • WLucinda "Cindy" Young1877 - 1917
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Name Lucinda "Cindy" Young
Gender Female
Birth? 1877
Burial? 1917

Josie Young Taulbee, 3/90 - Lucinda was the youngest of the family and never married - she lived with Greely. Lucinda's bones were soft and one leg was broken 2 or 3 times. When she was a child Greely was carrying her and dropped her and broke her leg. She was smart and could cook and sew.

Lucinda told story from Jim and Ema, - they said that when they came from VA, at the place where 3 states come together, they brought 2 mules and 2 blankets and utensils - came in the fall and lived under a rock cliff until spring when they could build a cabin.

Death date per Yvonne Koller 8/27/92

Josie Young Taulbee, 3/90 - Lucinda was the youngest of the family and never married - she lived with Greely. Lucinda's bones were soft and one leg was broken 2 or 3 times. When she was a child Greely was carrying her and dropped her and broke her leg. She was smart and could cook and sew.

Lucinda told story from Jim and Ema, - they said that when they came from VA, at the place where 3 states come together, they brought 2 mules and 2 blankets and utensils - came in the fall and lived under a rock cliff until spring when they could build a cabin.

Death date per Yvonne Koller 8/27/92

Josie Young Taulbee, 3/90 - Lucinda was the youngest of the family and never married - she lived with Greely. Lucinda's bones were soft and one leg was broken 2 or 3 times. When she was a child Greely was carrying her and dropped her and broke her leg. She was smart and could cook and sew.

Lucinda told story from Jim and Ema, - they said that when they came from VA, at the place where 3 states come together, they brought 2 mules and 2 blankets and utensils - came in the fall and lived under a rock cliff until spring when they could build a cabin.

Death date per Yvonne Koller 8/27/92