Henry T


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Henry T. Young see Family Tree
Born: 22 Nov 1780 Wilmington, New Hanover Co., NC
Copied from old family prayer book brought from England about 1762 by Henry Young,  the father of the two first mentioned children born, Catherine and Henry Young

Courtesy of Marion "Christie" Wood cwoodxo@satx.rr.com

 

 
Married: 19 Nov 1804 Wilmington, New Hanover Co., NC Abstracts  from Newspapers of Wilmington, North Carolina 1804-1806 Vol. VIII  Wilmington Gazette, Tuesday Nov. 27, 1804 "Married. On the 19th inst. Mr. Henry Young, to Miss Eliza Toomer."  
 

 

   

Buried: 08 July 1824 St. James Parish, Wilmington, New Hanover Co., NC

 
Land Deed of 1820
 

FATHER

Henry Young Sr.

MOTHER

Catherine Grainger

WIFE

Elizabeth Ann Toomer

CHILDREN

1. Henry Toomer Young       b. 11 April 1806 Wilmington, New Hanover, NC

2. Catherine Grainger Young b. 12 Jan 1808 Wilmington, New Hanover NC

                                            d. 31 Jan 1808

3. Magdalen Mary Young     b. 11 Dec 1808 Wilmington, New Hanover, NC

                                            d. 05 Aug 1813

4. Catherine Maria Young     b. 12 July 1810 Wilmington, New Hanover, NC

5. Joshua Wright Young         b. 04 Oct 1811 Wilmington, New Hanover, NC

6. Elizabeth Toomer Young    b. 27 Jan 1813 Wilmington, New Hanover, NC

                                             d. 08 Jan 1816

7. Armand de Rosset Young  b. 30 Aug 1814

8. Mary Fullerton Young        b. 12 Jul 1816

                                             d. 16 Jul 1816

9. John Lewis Young             b. 04 Jan 1818

                                             d. 01 Apr 1819

10. John Lewis Young           b. 07 Jan 1820

11. Johnston Blakesly Young b. 22 Aug 1821

12. Henry Toomer Young     b. 1823

13. William Young                b. Sep 1824

Five of the first six children were baptized at St. James Church, Wilmington, NC in May of 1813.  Catherine Grainger Young had died in 1808.  Magdalen Mary Young died three months after the baptism.

 

 

 

 

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