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Emelia's Direct Line:
Emelia J. Campbell —> Tad D. Campbell —> Kathy J. Appleton —> Frances E. Foster —>
Ira M. E. Foster —> Tryphena "Addie" Angus —> Melinda Young —> Thomas R. Young —>
William C. Young Sr. —> Eliphalet Young Jr. —> Eliphalet Young Sr. —> Joseph Young Sr. —>
Gideon Young —> Capt. Joseph Youngs —> Rev. Christopher Youngs



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Melinda Young

Born: 28 Aug 1847 in Caledonia Twp., Shiawassee Co., MI
Died: 27 Jul 1924 in Shiawassee Co., MI

Burial: Pine Tree Cemetery, Corunna, Shiawassee Co., MI

Father: Thomas R. Young
Mother: Nancy Martha Hart

Marriage: 8 Oct 1863 at Corunna, Shiawassee Co., MI to Ira Erastus Angus (1843-1909). Three children.


Children by Ira Erastus Angus:

1.

Tryphena Adelaide "Addie" Angus (1867-1956) m. Frank Ellsworth Foster

2.

Golden Lee Angus (1877-1877). Died in infancy.

3.

Cora Evaline Angus (1885-1972) m. Archie Sherrard

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Thomas R. Young

Born: 26 Sep 1815 at Hampton, Windham Co., CT
Died: 3 Nov 1899 at Owosso, Shiawassee Co., MI

Burial: Pine Tree Cemetery, Corunna, Shiawassee Co., MI

Father: William Clark Young, Sr.
Mother:
Anna "Nancy" Crane

1st Marriage: 21 Feb 1841 in New Haven Twp., Shiawassee Co., MI to Nancy Martha Hart (1823-1889). Seven children.

2nd Marriage: 26 Jan 1890 in Caledonia Twp., Shiawassee Co., MI to Lydia Melvina (Warrener) Kilbourne (1827-1912). No children.

Biography: Thomas R. Young was born in Hampton, Windham Co., CT on 26 Sep 1815. The family moved to New York when he was 19. Ten years later the family moved to Lapeer Co., MI. Upon leaving home at age 18, Thomas R. Young found ready employment in New York State, a portion of the time being engaged on the Erie Canal. When 20 he was influenced by the charms of a seafaring life to become a sailor, and joined the crew of the ship "Rambler," which sailed from Nantucket on a three years' cruise. His share of the proceeds of the return cargo was $300, with which he made a pleasure trip, and then repaired to his father's home in Michigan. In the spring of 1839 he entered the farm upon which he at present resides [1880], together with other land embracing 280 acres. Thomas R. Young was a Democrat and assisted with the erection of the first school building in Caledonia Township.
Source: HISTORY OF SHIAWASSEE & CLINTON COUNTIES MICHIGAN; ; Philadelphia, D.W. Ensign & Co, 1880; p 219.


Children by Nancy Martha Hart:

1.

William Young (1841-1843). Died as a child.

2.

Albert Young (1843-1932) m. Phoebe Anne Eldridge

3.

Lucinda Young (1845-?) m. Edward H. Vail

4.

Melinda Young (1847-1924) m. Ira Erastus Angus

5.

Sarah M. Young (1849-1872) m. Mr. Churchill

6.

Mary I. Young (1851-1924) m. Jesse Parling.
Settled at North Star, Gratiot Co., MI.

7.

Adelaide Delia Young (1853-1866). Died as a child.


William Clark Young, Sr.

Born: about 1778 at Hebron, Tolland Co., CT
Died: 15 Jan 1852 in Lapeer Co., MI

Father: Eliphalet Young, Jr.
Mother:
Martha Burnham

1st Marriage: about 1801 in Connecticut to Anna "Nancy" Crane (1776-1846). Eight children.

2nd Marriage: 1848 in Lapeer Co., MI to Sybil Handy (c.1793-?). No children.

Occupation: Blacksmith & farmer

Residence: Blacksmith & farmer


Children by Anna "Nancy" Crane:

1.

Catherine Angus (1808-?). No further information.

2.

John Angus (1811-aft.1880) m. Polly Fisher

3.

Emelia Angus (1813-1881) m. James A. Nichols

4.

Bradley C. Angus (1816-1889) m. Mary J. Thayer

5.

Charles Angus, Sr. (1819-1884) m. Polly Warner

6.

Henry Angus (1822-aft.1900).
Settled at Charlotte, Eaton Co., MI. No further information.

7.

Elijah Angus (1826-1908) m. Huldah M. Cook
Union Civil War veteran (Company H, 9th New York Heavy Artillery)

8.

Edmund Angus (1829-1897) m. Emily Amelia Crapo

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Created: 25 May 1998
Modified: 11 Jul 2011

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Melinda Young (1847-1924)
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