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Jeremiah Youngblood : a genealogy

compiled by: Dorothy Morris Quaife
Books/Monographs
English
[Springfield, Missouri] : D. Quaife, c1991
710, [57] p. : ill., facsims., maps, ports.

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Descendants of Jeremish Youngblood (1765-1814), who was born probably in Johnston County, North Carolina. When he was twenty-two his family left North Carolina and resettled in Edgefield Co., S.C. By 1790 he was married to Susannah Birgit and had two sons in Edgefield County. By 1809 his family had relocated in Jackson County, Tennessee. Jeremiah enlisted in the Regiment of West Tennessee Militia under command of Gen. Andrew Jackson in 1814. He died 1814 in Alabama. His widow and children later moved to Alabama. Susannah died ca. 1839 in Tishomingo Co., Mississippi. Descendants live in Arkansas, Oklahoma, Missouri, Tennessee, Kansas, California and elsewhere.

Includes index.

Includes allied families of Behl, Blevins, Boyd, Braswell, Butler, Sims, Jones, Johnson, Smith, Nowlin, White, Wilson, Moore, Martin, etc.

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