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From: Donna <>
Subject: Re: [YOUNT] William Henry Yount and wife Marianne Waymire
Date: Tue, 08 Jul 2003 16:30:22 -0700
DANIEL YOUNT'S DOB IS 13 FEB 1778
ELIZABETH YOUNT WAS BORN 15 MAR 1783
SARAH YOUNT WAS BORN 3 APR 1795
CATHERINE YOUNT WAS NOT BORN 16 APR 1787, BUT WAS BORN 15 JUL 1788
DANIEL YOUNT B. 1778 WIFE'S NAME WAS MARY GADDIS
CHILDREN OF DANIEL YOUNT AND MARY GADDIS ARE:
ALEXANDER HAMILTON YOUNT B. JAN 1798
SAMUEL YOUNT B. JUL 1799
HENRY YOUNT B. 5 NOV 1800
MALE CHILD B. JAN 1802
JOSEPHINE YOUNT B. JUL 1804
SARAH YOUNT B. JAN 1806
ANN YOUNT B. ABT 1808
At 11:03 PM 4/6/03 +0000, you wrote:
>At 02:27 PM 4/6/03 EDT, Robin Coon wrote to Colleen Kitch:
> >Andrew Yount was the son of William Henry Yount and Marianne Waymire.
> >Andrew's brother Daniel is a direct ancestor of my husband. Andrew
> >was born October 03, 1785 and died September 14, 1860.
>Hello ladies, and others readers......
>To the best of my knowledge one of my ancestors was also a son
>of William Henry Yount and wife Marianne "Mae" Waymire. I have the
>above couple's children as:
>1-Daniel Yount, born 1778
>2-Mary Yount, born 6 Jan 1781
>3-Elizabeth Yount, born ?
>4-Andrew Yount, born 3 Oct 1785
>5-Sarah Yount, born 1785 (twin?)
>6-Catharine Yount, born 16 Apr 1787
>Of the above six children, my line comes from the first son;
>Daniel Yount, born 1778. whose wife's first name was Mary.
>Does anyone know this Mary's maiden name ? I know of at
>least two children that the couple had (there may have been
>1-Alexander Hamilton Yount, born ca1800
>2-Henry Yount, born --?--
>My ancestor was Alexander Hamilton Yount, born ca1800 in North
>Carolina. He is also found in records as Alex Yount and/or Ham Yount.
>Alex was married at least twice. First in Miami County Ohio on
>26 Sept 1822 to *Rebecca Schmidt, and second to Rachel Toland
>in 1836 (by the 1830 federal census Alexander and wife were
>in Randolph Township, Tippecanoe Co Ind, with one son 5-10, and
>three daughters 0-5, 5-10, 10-15 in the household)
>*First wife Rebecca, was born 22 Feb 1804 in Marlborough Township,
>Montgomery County Pennsylvania, a dau of Daniel Schmidt and
>Salome "Sarah" Schaffer. Her death date is unknown to me, but
>Alex's second marriage took place in 1836 in Miami County Ohio.
>Children by Alex's second marriage (in 1836 to Rachel Toland) at
>least one of Alex's children.
>1-(perhaps)+*Alexander Yount, birth date unknown
>2-Minerva E. Yount,1830-1904, m 1851 William Weddle
>3-Daniel Yount, 1833-1871, m 1854 Elizabeth Brumbaugh
>4-Mary J. Yount, 1842-1879, m 1862 Henry langston
>*Unsure that first one listed was one of this families children.
>Also there may have been two more older daughters not shown here?
>I do not know what became of Alexander Hamilton Yount born c1800
>nor where or when he died. But on 17 March 1849 a resident of Miami
>County Ohio, George F. Freshour, was in Tippecanoe County Indiana
>and married Rachel Yount. I have not been able to determine if she
>was widowed or divorced from Alex Yount at the time?
>By the 1850 census of Newton Township, Miami County Ohio
>this George F. Freshour and wife Rachel were recorded with two
>of the younger girls, Minerva and Mary J Yount, in the
>household. Son Daniel Yount was also in the area but not
>in the same household as the Freshour family and his sisters.
>George F. Freshour 1808-1899 was widowed from his 1st wife
>Mary Byrkitt 1818-1848. He was a s/o George and Catherine
>I question if Rachel was widowed or divorced when she married
>Freshour, because of a bunch of Bench-Warrants I found against
>said Alexander Hamilton Yount in the Tippecanoe Co Indiana
>Courthouse, because of what appears to have been a bunch of
>pre-1850 land-swindles. Question; did he die or just take-off?
>Any help will be appreciated
>Covington, Miami Co Ohio
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