Genealogy Index For Surnames Beginning With Y 18801965) Yingst, John Edward (1868-27 Aug 1948) Yingst, Olive Claire (13 Young,Margaret (Private-) Young, Margaret Josephine (3 Apr 1935-) Young, Martha (ABT http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/4544/idx/idxy.html
Genealogy.com - Family Of Sally Hemings: Index 1870d.1881 Hale, Almira (i91), b.1876- Hale, George (i86), b.1868-d.1870 d.1969 Young,Irvin (i57), b.1889- Young, James (i53), b.1882- Young, Martha (i55), b http://www.genealogy.com/famousfolks/sally-hemings/nindex.htm
Wards Of Darke Co., OH 18671868) 5 Franklin BAYMAN (1869) sp-Martha M. O S. YORK (1868-1959) sp-OrphaWINTERS (1868-1939) 5 WILLIAMSON 4 Jerusha REED (1843) sp-Jason Young Rev. http://www.calweb.com/~wally/darke/w-ward1.htm
Young America Township Young America township, Carver county, Minnesota T115 NR26W, section 15. HenryHeinen 1862-1940. Martha Heinen 1868-1945. Myrtle Heinen 1897-1900. http://www.pressenter.com/~gregboe/young_america_township15A.htm
Extractions: Norwood Public Cemetery / Forest Hills Cemetery Association - Norwood, Minnesota Young America township, Carver county, Minnesota: T115 N-R26W, section 15 I claim and reserve any and all rights to the works that I have compiled and created. These pages may be viewed much like a library book, but I do not approve of any type of reproduction in any format. Persons or organizations desiring to use the information contained within in my web pages MUST obtain my written consent. All information is for Non-Profit use only. This is a well kept cemetery on the western edge of the city of Norwood, Minnesota. At first glance it appears to be one large cemetery, but the area actually contains two cemeteries. The majority of the cemetery is the Forest Hills Cemetery Association Cemetery and I believe the north-east part of the cemetery to be the Norwood Public Cemetery. In the "Compendium of History and Biography of Carver and Hennepin Counties, Minnesota"  edited by Maj. R.I. Holcombe and William H. Bingham, they wrote: 'The Norwood Cemetery Association was organized in December, 1876, and the grounds located in the western part of town.' (page 247). This cemetery was transcribed in 1990.
Harlan & Chitwood Cemeteries P (19531966); Golly, Wm H (1868-1935); Goodenough 1924); Harlan, Baby (1893-1893);Harlan, Martha Ann (1858 w/o Dorsey; Waterman, Wm (1908-1973); Young, Baby http://users.wi.net/~census/lesson21.html
Extractions: G l e n w o o d Pioneer C e m e t e r y Arnold Brown Davenpor Hanson , Nellie Bennett Davenport (?-1962 bur Newport) w/o Bill; Moore , Adella Ellenburg (1864-1943); Moore, Roy (1886-1929); Moore, Wm R (1859-1938); Spencer Stewart Timberlake , Emily (1840-1915) m/o Jennie Timberlake Bohannon; w/o A T; Washburn , ó (?-? female); Watkins Wilhoit Wilson , Geo (1892-1898) s/o Belle Brown. H a r l a n P i o n e e r C e m e t e r y Allen Amos , Orah E (1857-1915); Ashcroft , Dorothy L (1928-1929); Baker Barker , Rbt (1843-1916) f/o Ms Adams; pvt Civil War; Bennett , Martha (1883-1950); Bennett, Van V (1868-1946); Black , Rbt (1862-1917); Calkins , Geo H? (?-?); Calkins, Jessie Hunter (?-?) w/o John Byram; Calkins, John Byram (1906-1936) h/o Jessie Hunter; Calkins, Sarah J Golly (1854-1945); Chapman , J[ohn] A (1816-1896); Clark , Marshall J (?-?) Blacksmith Co E 3rd Inf Regt IA Vol Civil War; Cole, C A? (?-?); Cook , Flora H Hayworth (1859-1928) m/o Grace Cook Dodson; Cook, Siegel Frank (1863-1932) f/o Grace Cook Dodson; Corbit, ó (?-?) grands/o Grace Cook Dodson; Daniel , Inez Calkins (1889-1968); Daniel, Jesse R (1883-1944);
Page Not Found 17921873) Margaret E. (1900-1920) Mary Eliza (1932-1832) Mary Helen (1832-1832)Mary Helen (Minnie) (1868-1921) Minnie Martha 'Patsy' C. (1803-1826) Young. http://www.oldfield.org/moffett/fowndx.htm
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Lionel Kington Kenninton Lane Corps was opened the Young Bandsman transferred were John Kington (18391910)and Martha Exton. Lionel was married to Evalina Sheppard (1868-1950 http://kington2.homestead.com/johnk1.html
Extractions: The parents of Brigadier Lionel Kington , who after thirty-nine years of Officership had been called to his Reward, were among the first fourteen Soldiers enrolled at the opening of Camberwell. In those days, when the Open-Air fighters reached the Hall they were often almost unrecognizable, being so smothered and battered by the refuse and blows. Yet the experience of his parents failed to dampen the ardour of Lionel, who sought Salvation in his early teens, became an enthusiatic worker in the Young People's activities of the Corps, and was later transferred to the Band. His cornet saved his head from more than one dangerous blow.
Marriages Claiborne TUV D 1892Nov-09 TREVILION, Eliza AUSTIN, Emanuel 1868-Oct-17 Laura C 1895-Feb-06 TREVILION,Martha NESMITH, Cornelius 1899-Dec-24 TRIM, Thomas R Young, Myra 1899 http://www.mississippiconnections.nisa.com/marriage/Claiborne/m-c-tuv.html
Martha (Wiedhofft) Palmer & Family The Family of Martha Wiedhofft (Palmer) Martha Eliza Wiedhofft was born in Westminster, the eldest daughter of Daniel Chrystal and Martha (Baker). which shows that Young Henry Palmer was born about 1868, Alfred Palmer in 1873.and daughter Martha Palmer arriving in http://www.ilp.freewire.co.uk/Martha.htm
Extractions: The Family of Martha Wiedhofft (Palmer) Martha Eliza Wiedhofft was born in Westminster, the eldest daughter of Daniel Chrystal and Martha (Baker). She was shown living with her family at 53 Compton Street, Clerkenwell in the 1851 Census Martha may well have been the witness to her brother William's wedding at St Andrews, Holborn in 1854 The Census of 1861 finds Martha at 37 Upper Rosoman Street, Clerkenwell. The spelling this time has changed to Wiedhoefft and she at home with her parents and younger sister Christiana, and the house is shared with young Martha's soon to be brother-in-law Edwin Palmer with his wife Sara and 3 year old daughter Mary E. Both Martha and Christiana are shown as artificial florists. Martha's father died in May 1864, and on the 24th September of the following year (1865) Martha married Henry Palmer just down the road at St James, Clerkenwell. Both gave their address as 37 Upper Rosoman Street. Henry was born about November 1842 the son of Robert Parker Palmer (mother may be Ann W.) a tailor of Clerkenwell. On the wedding certificate her age was given as 26 and his as 22. The witnesses were Robert Parker Palmer and Christiana Caroline Wiedhofft. Martha's father is shown as Christian Daniel Wiedhofft, a brass finisher. The only other information that I have is from the 1881 census, which shows that young Henry Palmer was born about 1868, Alfred Palmer in 1873.and daughter Martha Palmer arriving in 1875.
Project Gutenberg Author Record Project Gutenberg Author record. Young, Martha, 1868. Titles. Somebody's LittleGirl. To the main listings page. Main Project Gutenberg Web page (online). http://www.ibiblio.org/gutenberg/authors/young__martha__1868-.html
Martha Jane Young Catherine POUNDS. (1799 1868). Martha Jane Young. b. 11 Jun 1838 http://www.nicanfhilidh.net/genealogy/wc01/wc01_323.html
Project Gutenberg Author Index Young, Clarence. Young, Filson, 18761938. Young, Martha, 1868-. Yule,JC. To the main listings page. Main Project Gutenberg Web page (online). http://www.ibiblio.org/gutenberg/authors/author_index_Y.html
Leck CONLEY/Martha YOUNG BUDSEY Thomas 2Jul1874 Chelsea St Luke MDX YounT0 Young Martha. BULL Margaret 18May1648 Oxford St Mary Magd. older sister Martha who had an illegitimate child born in London in 1868 http://www.usgennet.org/family/baicon/data/fam18738.htm