Isaac W. YOUNGMartha Ellen FLEENER
John Dunham POWELLMary Elizabeth YOUNG
Nora Gertrude POWELL
°Feb 1889
Monroe, Indiana, USA
+7 Mar 1947
Martinsville, Morgan, Indiana, USA
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Isaac W. YOUNGMartha Ellen FLEENER
John Dunham POWELLMary Elizabeth YOUNG
Charles Alva POWELL
°31 Dec 1883
Monroe, Indiana, USA
+21 Jan 1970
Martinsville, Morgan, Indiana, USA
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Isaac W. YOUNGMartha Ellen FLEENER
John Dunham POWELLMary Elizabeth YOUNG
Isaac Newton POWELL
°14 Mar 1881
Monroe City, Adams, Indiana, USA
+2 Apr 1945
Martinsville, Morgan, Indiana, USA
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Isaac W. YOUNGMartha Ellen FLEENER
Joseph Carl MCCLUNGRebecca Susan YOUNG
Isaac William MCCLUNG
°8 Aug 1881
Monroe Co, Indiana, USA
+5 Dec 1948
Monroe Co, Indiana, USA

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Mary B MCNEELY
Events : 5 Dec 1948 + Burial: Little Union Cem. Unionville, Monroe, Indiana, USA (Monroe Co, Indiana, USA)

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Mary B MCNEELY
°21 Dec 1883
+14 Mar 1928

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Isaac William MCCLUNG
Events : 14 Mar 1928 + Burial: Little Union Cem. Unionville, Monroe, Indiana, USA

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Isaac W. YOUNGMartha Ellen FLEENER
Joseph Carl MCCLUNGRebecca Susan YOUNG
Harley MCCLUNG
°13 Jan 1884
+23 May 1967

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Bessie D HARTSOCK
Events : 23 May 1967 + Burial: Bridge Cem, Unionville, Monroe, Indiana, USA

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Bessie D HARTSOCK
°31 May 1891
+16 Jan 1980

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Harley MCCLUNG
Events : 16 Jan 1980 + Burial: Bridge Cem, Unionville, Monroe, Indiana, USA

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Isaac W. YOUNGMartha Ellen FLEENER
Joseph Carl MCCLUNGRebecca Susan YOUNG
Michael L MCCLUNG
°20 Jun 1891
Monroe, Indiana, USA
+Oct 1968
Winamac, Pulaski, Indiana, USA

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Christine KING
Louise MCCLUNG   James Max MCCLUNG  
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Christine KING
°Dec 1894
Indiana, USA
+2 Jun 1969
Winamac, Pulaski, Indiana, USA

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Michael L MCCLUNG
Louise MCCLUNG   James Max MCCLUNG  
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Joseph Carl MCCLUNGRebecca Susan YOUNG
Michael L MCCLUNGChristine KING
James Max MCCLUNG
°27 Apr 1917
Unionville, Monroe, Indiana, USA
+28 Jul 1974
Winamac, Pulaski, Indiana, USA
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Joseph Carl MCCLUNGRebecca Susan YOUNG
Michael L MCCLUNGChristine KING
Louise MCCLUNG
°24 Sep 1914
Cynthiana, Posey, Indiana, USA
+10 Aug 1996
Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, USA
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Sosa : 438
Samuel CHAMBERS
°20 Oct 1783
Orange, North Carolina, USA
+9 Dec 1842
Orange, Indiana, USA

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Eleanor LINDLEY
Deborah CHAMBERS# 
Sources : S68
Events : Buried Lick Creek cem

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Eleanor LINDLEY
°18 Aug 1784
Orange, North Carolina, USA
+9 Dec 1842
Orange, Indiana, USA

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Samuel CHAMBERS
Deborah CHAMBERS# 
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   Sosa : 1744, 7000
Arnall TRUEBLOOD? MARYThomas FISHERAgnes BAKER
John TRUEBLOODAgnes FISHER
Amos TRUEBLOOD
°20 Jan 1691
Pasquotank, North Carolina, USA
+20 Dec 1759
, Pasquotank, North Carolina, USA

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Elizabeth CARTWRIGHT
John TRUEBLOOD  Thomas TRUEBLOOD  Meriam TRUEBLOOD  Elizabeth TRUEBLOOD   Abel TRUEBLOOD  Josiah TRUEBLOOD#  Joshua TRUEBLOOD#  Caleb TRUEBLOOD 

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Elizabeth CARTWRIGHT
Josiah TRUEBLOOD# 
Notes : The minutes of a Quaker monthly meetng wrote that John and Amos were "of the World" They married sisters of a respected Quaker family but did it in a double "civil" ceremony before a justice. As a consequence the two girls and their mother were all disowned by the Friends of the Symons Monthly Meeting where they had been members.
Before 1738 they were reinstated into the Friends Meeting and held meetings for a time in their home. It is recorded meetings were held in their home in April 1738. They remained faithful members of the Society of Friends and they moved south of the Narrows and belonged to the Newbegun MM. His will states that he owned slaves, this issue had not been addressed by the Society of Friends yet. From his will we see that he owned land at Mill Creek which had been given to his wife Elizabeth by her father Thomas Cartwright. John and Amos Trueblood added to their 600 acres on the Araneuse (Neuse) River. In 1718 Amos Trueblood sold John 300a on the Log Bridge Branch for 50 pounds. In the 1790 census there are 18 Trueblood heads of families and 98 members of these families. Pasquotank records the majority of the Truebloods. No Truebloods lived in any other state in 1790.

The last will and testament of Amos Trueblood, copied from the original records in the Elizabeth City Courthouse, gives an insight into the lives of the early Truebloods. The slave issue, which later will become the spark that bursts into the conflagration of the civil war, has not yet at this time burned into the consciences of Christians.
....wherewith it hath pleased God to bless me with in this life in manner and form as follows: viz: First I will that all my just debts and funeral expenses to be paid out if my estate in convenient time after my decease....I Amos Trueblood...Planter...give to my son Thomas Trueblood a Tract of Land and Plantation lying on Mill Creek in Pasq. Cty., being the place where he now dwells on which Thomas Cartwright, Sr., gave his daughter Elizabeth, The late wife of Amos Trueblood, containing one hundred thirty Acres...Also one negro girl named Lavinia...
...to Abel Trueblood...negro women Phillis & one negro girl named Pleasant & daughter of Rose...
...to Josiah Trueblood a Tract of Land & Plantation which I bought of Iro Riggs lying on Nobby Creek, estimated to contain ninety acres... ...Negro man called Nero...& Negro women called Indich....negro girl called Tilliah...
...to Joshua Trueblood...a parcel of Land & Plantation in Pasq. Cty., joining on the Way Tru Branch that I bought from Caleb Cowen...containing thirty Acres. Negro boy Saune..one Negro women Zep and child Phebe; also one called Hannah, dt. of Rose; the girl called Mirindy and...Patience, dt. of Rose.
...to my daughter Elizabeth Marian Symons I bequeth one Negro women Patricia...to my grandson John Symons, one negro boy called Bob & to my grandson Wm Overman one negro called Hannah, daughter of Patience...
...to Caleb Trueblood all my Land and Plantation which I bought of Robert Kingham on Little River in Pasq. Cty., containing one hundred eighty Acres... Also negro Boy called Charles, girl Pompsey, Hannah & daughter Patience & girl Doll...
Remainder of my Estate to be evenly divided among my Sons: Thomas, Abel, Josiah, Joshua, & Caleb...
Signed Amos Trueblood (Seal)
Executors: Joshua Trueblood and Caleb Trueblood
Witnesses: Aaron Moris, Sam Newby, Jno. Morris
In Dec. Court, 1759; Registered 11th d. March 1762

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Events : 1754 Resided (Pasquotank, North Carolina, USA)

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Elizabeth CARTWRIGHT
°3 Mar 1694
Stanly, North Carolina, USA
+20 Dec 1759
Newbegun, North Carolina, United States

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Amos TRUEBLOOD
Josiah TRUEBLOOD# 
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