Elmer YOUNG
°1891
Brown, Indiana, USA
+1960

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Gertrude York CHITWOOD
Omer Woodrow YOUNG  Elsie YOUNG  Morris YOUNG  Cedric A. YOUNG  Elmo Scott YOUNG 
Events : Buried Lanam Ridge Cem, Brown Co, IN

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John Leander CHITWOODSareptha A YOUNG
Elmer YOUNGGertrude York CHITWOOD
Elsie YOUNG
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John Leander CHITWOODSareptha A YOUNG
Elmer YOUNGGertrude York CHITWOOD
Morris YOUNG
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John Leander CHITWOODSareptha A YOUNG
Elmer YOUNGGertrude York CHITWOOD
Cedric A. YOUNG
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John Leander CHITWOODSareptha A YOUNG
Elmer YOUNGGertrude York CHITWOOD
Omer Woodrow YOUNG
°27 Sep 1914
Monroe, Indiana, USA
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John Leander CHITWOODSareptha A YOUNG
Elmer YOUNGGertrude York CHITWOOD
Elmo Scott YOUNG
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Pleasant Emanuel ROBERTSONMary MCCOYDavid SWISHERDiedema STANLEY
Alexander ROBERTSONElizabeth Susan SWISHER
Ola Bell ROBERTSON
°1 Nov 1875
+7 Dec 1936

x 21 Nov 1895
Omer David YOUNG

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Abraham YOUNGSusannah WHISENANDHugh MCCLUNGNancy WILSON
David A YOUNGElizabeth MCCLUNG
Omer David YOUNG
 
°13 Nov 1875
+1 Jun 1969

x 21 Nov 1895
Ola Bell ROBERTSON

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David Junior YOUNGChristiana VAN SICKLEJohn WHISENANDElizabeth SUSONG
Abraham YOUNGSusannah WHISENAND
David A YOUNG
°7 Mar 1829
Unionville, Monroe, Indiana, USA
+9 Dec 1906
Monroe, Indiana, USA

x 27 Jul 1848 Monroe, Indiana, USA
Elizabeth MCCLUNG
Nancy Jane YOUNG*  Amanda YOUNG*  Sareptha A YOUNG*  Cora Belle YOUNG*  Omer David YOUNG 
Notes : DAVID A. YOUNG, farmer and stock-raiser, is a son of Abraham and Susan (Whisennand) Young, natives of Kentucky and Virginia respectively, and of German extraction. The paternal grandfather of our subject, David Young, moved to this county from Kentucky in the earliest days, and settled and made a home here. He was the parent of four sons and three daughters. Abraham Young began life poor, but, by industry and care, made a good home and farm of 120 acres. He was a member of the Christian Church, and died February 14, 1850, aged forty-three, leaving a wife, who still survives, aged seventy-six, and six children. David A. Young was born in this township, March 7, 1829, the eldest of the family. After workiiig on the home farm until his twentieth year, he began life for himself by farming on rented land. July 27, 1848,' he married Miss Elizabeth, daughter of Hugh and Nancy McClung, who were among the first settlers in this township. This union was honored with twelve children, of which number ten yet are living
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Nancy J., Amanda, John, Mary E., Sarah C, Saretha A., James A., Cora Bell, Isaac N. and David Omar. Mr. Young continued to labor for house and land for years, and in 1858 purchased his father's farm of 112 acres, where he has since resided, devoting himself to stock-raising as well as agriculture. Mr. Young is a highly esteemed citizen, and he and wife are members of the Christian Church
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Hugh MCCLUNGNancy WILSON
Elizabeth MCCLUNG
  
°27 Feb 1827
Monroe, Indiana, USA
+9 Nov 1916
Benton, Monroe, Indiana, USA

x 27 Jul 1848 Monroe, Indiana, USA
David A YOUNG
Nancy Jane YOUNG*  Amanda YOUNG*  Sareptha A YOUNG*  Cora Belle YOUNG*  Omer David YOUNG 
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David YOUNG, SR.Mary Elizabeth ?
David Junior YOUNGChristiana VAN SICKLE
Abraham YOUNG
°24 Jan 1808
Kentucky, USA
+14 Feb 1859
Unionville, Monroe, Indiana, USA

x 11 Jul 1827 Monroe, Indiana, USA
Susannah WHISENAND
David A YOUNG*  John YOUNG  Joseph YOUNG*   Isaac W. YOUNG*  Mary Ann YOUNG  Elizabeth YOUNG  
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Paul WHISENHUNTEve Catherine CATYAndrew SUSONGBarbara SAUESANGER
John WHISENANDElizabeth SUSONG
Susannah WHISENAND
 
°About 1807
West Virginia, USA
+24 Sep 1893
Unionville, Monroe, Indiana, USA

x 11 Jul 1827 Monroe, Indiana, USA
Abraham YOUNG
David A YOUNG*  John YOUNG  Joseph YOUNG*   Isaac W. YOUNG*  Mary Ann YOUNG  Elizabeth YOUNG  
Notes : Obituary published in the Bloomington Telephone on 9/29/1893: "Mrs. Susan Young, one of the oldest citizens of Monroe County, died at her home in Unionville, Monday, at the age of 90. She was perhaps the oldest living settler in the county, as she has spent most of her long life in the little town in which she died. She was a faithful member of the Christian Church, and it is stated that one of the first congregations of that denomination was organized in her house, where meetings were held for a long time. Her husband died 45 years ago." Based on the obituary information, she would have died Monday, 9/24/1893.
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Paul WHISENHUNTEve Catherine CATY
John WHISENAND
°1777
Washington, Virginia, United States
+17 Sep 1842
Monroe, Indiana, United States

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Elizabeth SUSONG
Nicholas WHISENAND  Catherine WHISENAND  Barbara WHISENAND*  Susannah WHISENAND*  Peter WHISENAND  John WHISENAND  Andrew WHISENNAND  George WHISENAND 
Rebecca WHISENAND   Mary Ann WHISENAND  
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Andrew SUSONGBarbara SAUESANGER
Elizabeth SUSONG
°1777
Washington, Virginia, United States
+30 Aug 1852
Monroe, Indiana, United States

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John WHISENAND
Nicholas WHISENAND  Catherine WHISENAND  Barbara WHISENAND*  Susannah WHISENAND*  Peter WHISENAND  John WHISENAND  Andrew WHISENNAND  George WHISENAND 
Rebecca WHISENAND   Mary Ann WHISENAND  

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Amanda WHISENAND 
Sources : S68
Events : 1850 Resided (Clear Creek, Monroe, Indiana)

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Christiana VAN SICKLE
°1784
Virginia, United States
+20 Aug 1834
Monroe, Indiana, United States

x 1805 , Lee, Virginia, USA
David Junior YOUNG
Elizabeth YOUNG*  Isaac Whisenand YOUNG  Joseph YOUNG*  Abraham YOUNG*   David YOUNG III  Mary Polly YOUNG  Mahala YOUNG*  John Franklin YOUNG* 
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