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26251 Hv 788-1006 Osgood Carr Young
26252 Chronic Albumunenia Otis Young
26253 one source has middle name Clinton, but called Randle Abbott on WWI draft registration card Randle Abbott Young
26254 escaped a shipwrick 21 Aug 1683 York to Piscataqua; killed by
indians on way to Kittery NLD - selectman; juror 
Robert Young
26255 had gr 1712/13; sold 1717; dsp 1717/8 Robert Young
26256 day laborer Roy Jeremiah Young
26257 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. S.A. Young
26258 Hv 788-1006 Sarah Newcomb Young
26259 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
26260 never married; killed CSA Thomas Young
26261 res Worth Co in 1865 Thomas Jefferson Young
26262 never married Walter Young
26263 of Haverhill MA Willard Page Young
26264 birth; son of John and Nancy - if this is the right one William Young
26265 farmer William W. Young
26266 farmer William W. Young
26267 51y 4m Winthrop Young
26268 [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
26269 [Hoyt 823]; d. 1732/33 aged 78 of Ipswich Hannah Younglove
26270 one source says 16 Jan 1667 - but that is after inventory James Younglove
26271 oath freeman at Hadley, 3 May 1676 [Hoyt 823] rem. from Ipswich
to Brookfield; Hadley; preacher (poss not ordained) [Hoyt 374] 
John Younglove
26272 res. Ipswich; supported his parents in their old age, 1687-8;
will 14 Jul - 4 Aug 1712; no children. 
Joseph Younglove
26273 recorded as 1667 Mary Younglove
26274 ae 62 in 1668 Samuel ** Younglove
26275 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
26276 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.
26277 dupl Suffield CT Sarah Younglove
26278 recorded as 1662 Sarah Younglove
26279 Death info from newspaper articles. Martha Zack
26280 at school; with Aunt Mary Ada Pierce Zeigler
26281 at school; with Aunt Mary Annie Tapley Zeigler
26282 at school; with Aunt Mary Emma Lee Zeigler
26283 at school; with Aunt Mary Mary Elizabeth Zeigler
26284 Other children in 1850 census (surnamed Zeigler, all born Florida): Harriet, 19, George 16, Sally 12, Henry 10. Nathaniel Daniel Zeigler
26285 At least one living individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. A.W. Zentz
26286 LDS: no Leah Zielman in general search Leah Zielman
26287  Anna B. Zimmerman
26288 digital microfilm Source: 1850 Stewartstown NH census, Record Type: census, Film: M432 roll 429
26289 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
26290 "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
26291 thoroughly sourced Source: Francis Cooke of the Mayflower: The First Five Generations, Series: Mayflower Families Through Five Generations, Number: 12
26292 alphabetically arranged; covers to 1700 for all families and an
additional generation for some 
Source: Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire



Source: GUILDHALL, VERMONT Biographical Sketches Taken From THE HISTORY OF GUILDHALL, VERMONT (1886), Url: http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Hills/8329/guildbio.html
26294 partial index Source: History of the Town of Gloucester, Cape Ann, Including the Town of Rockport, Edition: 350th anniversary edition
26295 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
Source: Massachusetts Soldiers & Sailors war of Revolution
26296 arrangement is alphabetical by groom; index is of brides and
Source: New England Marriages Prior to 1700
26297 cd Source: Vital Records of Wakefield, Massachusetts, to the Year 1850

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