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26251 escaped a shipwrick 21 Aug 1683 York to Piscataqua; killed by
indians on way to Kittery NLD - selectman; juror 
Robert Young
 
26252 had gr 1712/13; sold 1717; dsp 1717/8 Robert Young
 
26253 day laborer Roy Jeremiah Young
 
26254 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. S.A. Young
 
26255 Hv 788-1006 Sarah Newcomb Young
 
26256 Irwin Co 1825, 4th district (now Ben Hill Co); rep 1831-37;
state Senate 1840-41; JP 432nd dist 1829-31; home on the
Fitzgerald-Broxton Road; killed in altercation with James HALL
(convicted of voluntary manslaughter Oct 1855) 
Thomas Young
 
26257 never married; killed CSA Thomas Young
 
26258 res Worth Co in 1865 Thomas Jefferson Young
 
26259 never married Walter Young
 
26260 of Haverhill MA Willard Page Young
 
26261 birth; son of John and Nancy - if this is the right one William Young
 
26262 farmer William W. Young
 
26263 farmer William W. Young
 
26264 51y 4m Winthrop Young
 
26265 [Hoyt 823] calls her probably daughter of Samuel (1) and
Margaret, but she would be too old to be Jeffrey's wife and the
mother of his children 
Abigail3 * Younglove
 
26266 [Hoyt 823]; d. 1732/33 aged 78 of Ipswich Hannah Younglove
 
26267 one source says 16 Jan 1667 - but that is after inventory James Younglove
 
26268 oath freeman at Hadley, 3 May 1676 [Hoyt 823] rem. from Ipswich
to Brookfield; Hadley; preacher (poss not ordained) [Hoyt 374] 
John Younglove
 
26269 res. Ipswich; supported his parents in their old age, 1687-8;
will 14 Jul - 4 Aug 1712; no children. 
Joseph Younglove
 
26270 recorded as 1667 Mary Younglove
 
26271 ae 62 in 1668 Samuel ** Younglove
 
26272 of Ipswich; butcher; b. 1605 or 1606; came in the "Hopewell"
1635; still in Ipswich 1687/8. Inv. est. or date of death 24
Oct 1689, presented 26 Nov 1689; adm. granted to son Joseph.
[Hoyt 373] 
Samuel ** Younglove
 
26273 oath al. at Newbury 1678 or 1679, age 40 [Hoyt 1034]
wheelwright; freeman 1671; commoner of Ipswich 1678; admin. edt
granted Jan 1706/7 [Hoyt 374] 
Samuel2 * Younglove, Jr.
 
26274 dupl Suffield CT Sarah Younglove
 
26275 recorded as 1662 Sarah Younglove
 
26276 Death info from newspaper articles. Martha Zack
 
26277 at school; with Aunt Mary Ada Pierce Zeigler
 
26278 at school; with Aunt Mary Annie Tapley Zeigler
 
26279 at school; with Aunt Mary Emma Lee Zeigler
 
26280 at school; with Aunt Mary Mary Elizabeth Zeigler
 
26281 Other children in 1850 census (surnamed Zeigler, all born Florida): Harriet, 19, George 16, Sally 12, Henry 10. Nathaniel Daniel Zeigler
 
26282 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. A.W. Zentz
 
26283 LDS: no Leah Zielman in general search Leah Zielman
 
26284  Anna B. Zimmerman
 
26285 digital microfilm Source: 1850 Stewartstown NH census, Record Type: census, Film: M432 roll 429
 
26286 edits dates to new style - not always correctly Source: Early Massachusetts Marraiges Prior to 1800 (Three Books in One) With the Addition of Plymouth County Marriages 1692-1746 excerpted from The Genealogical Advertiser
 
26287 "From the papers of the late R. G. W. Dodge, Esquire, of Blue
Hill, re-arranged and added to by R. G. F. Candage, Edquire, of
Brookline, Mass., a native of Blue Hill. The editor of this
magazine had added something to the accounts of the Darling,
Colborn and Stetson families." 
Source: Families of Early Settlers in Blue Hill, Maine: Families of Early Settlers in Blue Hill, Maine, Url: ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb...\hancock\bluehill\bhmagaz ine, Volume: V, no. 10-11
 
26288 thoroughly sourced Source: Francis Cooke of the Mayflower: The First Five Generations, Series: Mayflower Families Through Five Generations, Number: 12
 
26289 alphabetically arranged; covers to 1700 for all families and an
additional generation for some 
Source: Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire
 
26290 GUILDHALL, VERMONT BIOGRAPHICAL
SKETCHS TAKEN FROM THE HISTORY OF
GUILDHALL, VERMONT

BY EVERETT CHAMBERLIN BENTON.

PUBLISHED 1886.

ALL THE BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHS ARE FROM THE PROSPECTIVE OF THE
YEAR 1886 AND COPIED
VERBATIM FOR THE MOST PART 
Source: GUILDHALL, VERMONT Biographical Sketches Taken From THE HISTORY OF GUILDHALL, VERMONT (1886), Url: http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Hills/8329/guildbio.html
 
26291 partial index Source: History of the Town of Gloucester, Cape Ann, Including the Town of Rockport, Edition: 350th anniversary edition
 
26292 Maine was a part of Massachusetts untill 1820 Massachusetts
Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution., p.29
Ackley Jr., Benajah.Private, Capt. Joseph Sevey's co., Col.
Foster's (Lincoln Co.) regt.; discharged July 16, 1777;
service, 23 days, at Machias, when ship 'Ambuscadečo lay in the
harbor. 
Source: Massachusetts Soldiers & Sailors war of Revolution
 
26293 arrangement is alphabetical by groom; index is of brides and
others 
Source: New England Marriages Prior to 1700
 
26294 cd Source: Vital Records of Wakefield, Massachusetts, to the Year 1850
 

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