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49. AARON4 YOUNG (JOHN3, MORGAN2, YOUNG1) was born November 14, 1788 in Morris Coutny, New Jersey USA, and died April 19, 1856. He married MARY MITCHELL March 17, 1812, daughter of WILLIAM MITCHELL and PHEBE SOUTHARD. She was born August 15, 1796, and died March 21, 1868.

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ARON YOUNG:
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REF ID 18 AARON YOUNG

      Aaron Young was born, November 14 1788, in Morris County, New Jersey, died April 19 1856, and probably was buried in the old cemetery at Mt. Gilead, Ohio. His will, dated April 12 1856, filed at Mt. Gilead, gives his residence as Morrow County. His estate was left to his wife Mary and his seven children. His wife and John Logan, his son-in-law, were his executors. The land deals of Aaron are recorded at Mt. Vernon, Mansfield and Mt. Gilead, Ohio. They testify to the changing county boundaries during his day. In 1813, Aaron sold land to Jacob Mitchell, his brother-in-law (Mansfield Ohio records).
      Aaron married, March 17 1812, his second cousin Mary Mitchell, both being residents of Wayne Township, Knox county, Ohio. (Mt. Vernon records). Mary Mitchell, born August 15 1796, died March 21 1868, age 71 yrs. 7 mos. 6 days, was buried in Harrisburg Cemetery, Sauk County, Wisconsin. (Gravestone Record). She was the daughter of William and Phebe (Southard) Mitchell, niece of Hannah Mitchell (John) Young, sister Naomi, married Lewis Young (son of Nathaniel Mitchell Young) and of Silas Mitchell, married Elizabeth, daughter of Jacob Young. The children of Aaron and Mary, all born in Richland County, Ohio, became pioneers in Missouri and Wisconsin. (Miss. Estella E. Stevenson, from family Bible of Elizabeth Young, Reference 54)
     
Children of A
ARON YOUNG and MARY MITCHELL are:
100. i.   ELIZABETH5 YOUNG, b. August 17, 1813, Richland County Ohio; d. August 01, 1892, Worth County Missouri.
101. ii.   WILLIAM MITCHELL YOUNG, b. March 14, 1815, Richland County Ohio; d. July 09, 1891, Spring Green Wisconsin.
102. iii.   PHEBE YOUNG, b. April 10, 1817, Richland County Ohio; d. 1870, Sauk County Wisconsin.
103. iv.   HANNAH YOUNG, b. May 08, 1819, Richland County Ohio; d. April 18, 1914, Spring Green Wisconsin.
104. v.   PIERSON YOUNG, b. June 11, 1821, near Mansfield Ohio; d. February 27, 1897.
105. vi.   ABIGAIL C. YOUNG, b. April 12, 1824, near Mansfield, Ohio USA; d. July 25, 1915, Spring Green, Wisconsin USA.
106. vii.   JOHN YOUNG, b. July 22, 1826, Troy Twnsp, Richland County Ohio USA; d. November 01, 1905, Baraboo Wisconsin USA.


50. HANNAH4 YOUNG (JOHN3, MORGAN2, YOUNG1) was born July 30, 1791. She married JOHN HALTERMAN in Richland County, Ohio.

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ANNAH YOUNG:
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REFERENCE ID 19 HANNAH YOUNG

      No family record gives more than the date of her birth, July 30 1791. Hannah married John Halterman, in Richland County, Ohio where they raised a large family according to descendants of one child that has been found, Daniel H. Halterman, born, near Mansfield, Ohio, October 7 1812, died, February 3 1885. Daniel had 3 brothers, Christopher, Joseph and Jacob. Daniel H. Halterman married first, January 6 1839, Elizabeth Glassburn, born October 31 1814,
died February 7 1849. He married second, May 6 1849, Rebecca Yerian, born September 17 1882, died June 13 1898. Children of Daniel and Elizabeth Halterman (Daniel Butler, Lucasville, Ohio).


     
Children of H
ANNAH YOUNG and JOHN HALTERMAN are:
  i.   CHRISTOPHER5 HALTERMAN.
  ii.   JOSEPH HALTERMAN.
  iii.   JACOB HALTERMAN.
107. iv.   DANIEL H. HALTERMAN, b. October 07, 1812, near Mansfield Ohio; d. February 03, 1885.


51. EBENEZER PIERSON4 YOUNG (JOHN3, MORGAN2, YOUNG1) was born May 05, 1798 in Morris County, New Jersey USA, and died June 24, 1870 in Gotham, Wisconsin USA. He married (1) SARAH E. BONAR February 17, 1820 in Mt. Vernon, Ohio, daughter of BARNET BONAR and ISABEL GLEN. She was born April 30, 1799 in Mt. Vernon, Ohio, and died April 02, 1847. He married (2) CAROLINE A. SIMONS August 24, 1852.

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BENEZER PIERSON YOUNG:
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REFERENCE ID 20 EBENEZER YOUNG

      Ebenezer Pierson Young, "Elzy", as he was commonly called, was born, May 5 1798, of Quaker parentage, in Morris County New Jersey. He was brought by his parents from Washington County, Pennsylvania to Kerr's Mill (now Fredericktown), Ohio in 1809, and joined the "Jersey Settlement", founded by his brother Nathaniel Mitchell Young. Led by his innate spirit of pioneering he moved on in 1852 to Richland City, Wisconsin where he remained until 1856 when he settled in Richland Center and became active in local affairs. He was a ruling elder of the Presbyterian Church both in Ohio and Wisconsin. The high point in his career occurred when he anticipated Carrie Nation and conducted a one man crusade up and down the main street of Richland Center, wielding an axe upon every barrel after barrel his gaze fell upon. The local papers emphasized the dramatic aspect of his long white whiskers streaming in the breeze as he demolished barrel after barrel. He died, June 24 1870, at Gotham, Wisconsin and was buried in nearby Bulton Cemetery (Mrs. Margaret Young King, Albert Lea, Minn.).
      Ellzy's given names take us back to the Rev. Ebenezer Pierson, one of the founders of New Ark (Newark), New Jersey. He married, February 17 1820, by James Scott, V.D.M. to Sarah E. Bonar (Mt. Vernon, Ohio records). Sarah was born, April 30 1799, died April 2 1847, Age 47 yrs. 11 mos. 2 days, and was buried in Forest Cemetery, Fredericktown, Ohio. Beside her tombstone are two stones marking the resting places of two daughters: "Margaret, daughter of E. P. and Sarah Young, Died June 27 1848, Age 21 yrs. 9 mos. 1 day," and "Sarah Amanda, died March 6 1845, Age 1 yr. 6 mos. 6 days."
      Bonar is sometime spelled Boner. Sarah Bonar was a distant relative of Horatius Bonar, the well known Scotch hymn writer.
      Ellzy married, August 2 1852, for his wife, Caroline A. Collins a widow, daughter of Col. R. D. Simons (Mt. Vernon, Ohio records). After Ellzy died, Caroline married the Rev. Mr Barnes, a Presbyterian minister.
      Ellzy sold in 1841 his Knox County farm to Daniel Beers, Jr. and moved to Richland County, Ohio. In 1846, he was living in Ridgefield Township, Huron County, Ohio when he bought a farm in Oxford Township, same county near Courtland Center. (Sandusky, Ohio records). His children and the dates of their birth are from the family Bible of David Bonar Young: (Mrs G. A. King).
     
Children of E
BENEZER YOUNG and SARAH BONAR are:
108. i.   DAVID BONAR5 YOUNG, b. March 26, 1821, Fredericktown, Knox, Ohio USA; d. April 14, 1915, Albert Lea, Minn USA.
  ii.   ELIZABETH YOUNG, b. September 04, 1822, near Fredericktown, Knox County, Ohio USA; d. July 1887, Winterset, Iowa USA; m. WILLIAM LEWIS LEONARD, December 05, 1843.
  Notes for ELIZABETH YOUNG:
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REF ID 62 ELIZABETH YOUNG

      Elizabeth Young born, September 04 1822, near Fredericktown Ohio, died in July 1887, at Winterset, Iowa. (Elisabeth W. Bowman, Dever Colo.). She married, December 05, 1843, Dr. William Lewis Leonard (Polk Med. Directory, 1900). The family lived in Cheviot, Ohio and after the Civil War in Winterset Iowa where both were buried. Both served during the Civil War, Dr. Leonard as surgeon and his wife as nurse in a Field Hospital. No Children.

  iii.   MARGARET ANN YOUNG, b. September 26, 1826; d. June 27, 1848.
109. iv.   MARY YOUNG, b. September 26, 1828, near Fredericktown, Knox County, Ohio USA; d. February 11, 1857.
  v.   ISABEL YOUNG, b. August 26, 1830, near Fredericktown, Knox County, Ohio USA; d. November 14, 1851; m. WALDON POTTER.
  Notes for ISABEL YOUNG:
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REF ID: 64 ISABEL YOUNG

      Isabel Young born, August 26 1830, near Fredericktown, Ohio died, November 14 1851. She married in Knox County, Ohio Walden Potter. Isabel's death at the age of 21 probably accounts for the lack of data about the family. Walden is the family name of Martha Young's husband (Record 65).

110. vi.   MARTHA YOUNG, b. September 04, 1835; d. February 21, 1925.
  vii.   SARAH AMANDA YOUNG, b. August 29, 1843; d. March 06, 1845.


52. JAMES4 YOUNG (ROBERT3, MORGAN2, YOUNG1) was born May 19, 1788 in Randolph Township, Morris County New Jersey USA, and died 1824. He married MARGARET CLARKE. 1812.

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AMES YOUNG:
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REF ID 21 JAMES YOUNG

      James Young born, May 19 1788, Randolph Township, Morris County, New Jersey, died in 1824 (Record 8). He married, 1812 Margaret Clarke. Only one child of James and Margaret has been found, Lucinda Young (1814-1887) who married Moses Lee, son of George W. and Kate (Lay) Lee. (File of Harry C. Haggerty of New Haven, Conn. at National Office of S.A.R. # 26033, Washington DC). Moses Lee may have been of the same family as Lucinda Young Lee whose birth (July 30 1797) and death (June 25 1821) are recorded in the Register of the First Presbyterian Church, Morristown, New Jersey Lucinda was daughter of William Lee.
     
Child of J
AMES YOUNG and MARGARET CLARKE. is:
  i.   LUCINDA5 YOUNG, b. 1814; d. 1887; m. MOSES LEE.


53. ELIAS BRIANT4 YOUNG (ROBERT3, MORGAN2, YOUNG1) was born September 13, 1791, and died June 12, 1837. He married SARAH E. CONDIT. She was born August 08, 1796, and died September 10, 1862.

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LIAS BRIANT YOUNG:
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REFERENCE ID 22 ELIAS BRIANT YOUNG

      Elias Briant Young, dated his will, March 20 1837, at Chester, New Jersey (Morristown, New Jersey records). He died "June 12 1837, Age 45 years 8 months 29 days" (Tombstone, Chester, New Jersey). In his will, witnessed by Zachariah DeCamp, Willam F. Woodruff and James Emmans, he names his wife and all his children except Malina who died before 1837. Elias died on his farm located between Chester and Chester Cross Roads. His father spent his last years on part of his farm. The name in written Youngs on his gravestone.
      Elias married Sarah E. Condit, born August 8 1796, died September 10 1862, Age 66 years 1 months 2 days (Gravestone record). After the death of Elias, Sarah married Thomas Briant Stout as his third wife. (Warren Bryant Stout, South Orange, New Jersey). The children of Elias and Sarah.
     
Children of E
LIAS YOUNG and SARAH CONDIT are:
  i.   CHARLOTTE5 YOUNG, m. SAMUEL VANDERVEER.
  ii.   NAPOLEON BONAPARTE YOUNG, m. CATHERINE SHAW, New Jersey.
  Notes for NAPOLEON BONAPARTE YOUNG:
"Our Young Family in America"

Napoleon Bonaparte, made his will, September 2 1861 (proved, September 19 1861), at Columbia, South Carolina (recorded at Morristown, New Jersey). In his will he gives the names of four children of his sister Sarah as: Matilda, Josephine, Charles and Geoge Stout. He married Catherine Shaw in New Jersey.

  iii.   CHARLES A. YOUNG.
  iv.   ELIAS JACOB YOUNG, m. LORETTA MOORE.
  v.   MALINDA CONDIT YOUNG, b. 1813; d. January 25, 1833; m. JOSHUA DE CAMP; b. 1817; d. 1859.
111. vi.   SARAH ANN YOUNG, b. 1817; d. September 24, 1859.
112. vii.   ROBERT EARLE YOUNG, SR., b. August 05, 1830, near Chester, New Jersey, USA; d. 1888.
113. viii.   RUTH ANN YOUNG, b. August 30, 1835, near Chester, New Jersey; d. February 02, 1914, Henry, Illinois.


54. SIMEON4 YOUNG (ROBERT3, MORGAN2, YOUNG1) was born September 29, 1798 in Randolph Township, Morris County, New Jersey USA, and died Abt. 1865 in Shipshewanna, Indiana USA. He married (1) SARAH BANGHART in Michigan. He married (2) WEALTHY LUCE. She was born January 10, 1804, and died September 12, 1839. He married (3) HYLINDA LUCE February 16, 1825. She was born May 10, 1806, and died November 08, 1835. He married (4) ELIZA SARGENT November 03, 1839. She was born August 17, 1805 in Howe (Lima), Indiana USA.

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IMEON YOUNG:
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REF ID: 24 SIMEON YOUNG

      Simeon Young, born, September 29 1798, in the present Randolph Township, Morris County, New Jersey, died about 1865 at Shipshewanna, Indiana and was buried there. He was one of those of whom his father (Reference 8) said, "they have gone to New York State and Ohio." Simeon's name is on the Tax List of Randolph for 1822 (State Library, Trenton, New Jersey). He went to Pennfield, New York when he left New Jersey and in 1845, he joined his several relatives in Lagrange County, Indiana, and engaged in farming.
      Simeon married four times. (Family Bible, owned 1943 by Mrs. Milo Zook, Sturgis, Michigan). He married (1), February 16 1825, Hylincta Luce of New York State. She was born May 10 1806 and died November 8 1835, when her daughter Sarah was three days old. Sarah Young was raised by her grandmother Luce. Simeon married (2), May 29 1836, Wealthy Luce, (born January 10 1804, died September 12 1839), sister of Hylinda. There were no children by the second marriage. Simeon married (3), November 3 1839, Eliza Sargent (born August 17 1805), at Howe (Lima), Indiana Simeon married (4), a widow by the name of Sarah Banghart, in Michigan, according to a granddaughter, Mrs. Rheuama Young Woodworth, of Kalmazoo, Michigan. Sarah B. Young died in southern Michigan. After the death of Simeon, she married (3), Alec Cole, a farmer in Lagrange County, Indiana.
     
Child of S
IMEON YOUNG and SARAH BANGHART is:
114. i.   ALFRED DAYTON5 YOUNG, b. March 27, 1862, Shipshewanna, Indiana; d. February 23, 1917, Leonidas Mich.
     
Children of SIMEON YOUNG and HYLINDA LUCE are:
  ii.   LINSLEY B.5 YOUNG, b. December 16, 1825.
  iii.   SARAH YOUNG, b. May 14, 1827.
  iv.   CHESTER YOUNG, b. March 28, 1829; d. June 28, 1829.
  v.   WEALTHY JANE YOUNG, b. May 28, 1831.
  vi.   JOSEPH W. YOUNG, b. March 23, 1833; d. April 02, 1834.
  vii.   SARAH LINDA YOUNG, b. November 05, 1835; m. GEORGE HARDY.
     
Children of SIMEON YOUNG and ELIZA SARGENT are:
115. viii.   CHARLES WESLEY5 YOUNG, b. December 15, 1840, Pennfield, New York; d. November 19, 1914.
116. ix.   MARY ABIAIL YOUNG, b. June 19, 1842, Lagrange County Indiana.
  x.   WILBUR LUCE YOUNG, b. September 02, 1844.
  Notes for WILBUR LUCE YOUNG:
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Wilbur Luce, born September 2 1844, married twice. By his second wife Ella ----- , be had three children, a daughter Fannie and two sons. Wilbur was a photographer and lived in southern Florida, St. Louis, Missouri, and Nashville, Tennessee. .


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