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Genealogy : William Young, Sr., Holland to Orangeburg, 1735

Frank Duane Jenkins
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Ballinger, Texas : F.D. Jenkins, 1975
54 leaves : ill., facsims., geneal. tables, maps

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One of the first settlers of the Orangeburg District, South Carolina, was William Young of Holland, who settled south west of Orangeburg Township, ca. 1735. William and his wife, Rebecca, were the parents of five children. William died before 1738 and Rebecca married 2) Christian Minnick. Rebecca Young Minnik was a Revolutionary War patriot. Her grandson, Thomas Young (1759-ca. 1810), was born in Orangeburg District, South Carolina, the son of William Young, Jr. (d. ca. 1772). He and his wife, Hannah, had nine children, 1781-1810. Descendants listed lived in South Carolina, Mississippi, Alabama, and elsewhere.

Includes index.

Includes the Brown, Holman, Lindsey, Wyatt, and other related families.

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