Note: d to Mathew Young's heirs. The deed stated: "And whereas the said Mathew Young has since the bargaining and selling to him the tracts of land aforesaid departed this leaving Sampson Young, Emeline J. Young, Esther Young, and Hannah E. Young his only children and heirs at law." Morgan Co, TN Original Deed Book G, p. 346. Charlotte Slinkard wrote: "Probably my Mathew Young, b. 1800-1815 who married Lucinda, should not be listed as a possible son of John and Polly Young. It may be that the other Mathew Young, b. 1815, md E & R. Lewallen, was their son. (They obviously didn't have two sons named Mathew.) His descendants insist that this Mathew Young was the son of John Andrew Young who died in 1826--although I haven't found anything to support this. My Mathew bought land on Black Wolf Creek near John and Polly, so there was some connection." Have seen death as 1893 but believe that to be a typo for 1839. Morgan Co, TN Deed Book G, pages 331-333 -- Consider Carpenter sold to Matthew Young, for $300, two tracts of land containing 100 acres, the land is located on Black Wolf Creek. Whereas the said Matthew Young has since bargaining and selling to him the tracts of land afore said, has departed this life, leaving Sampson Young, Emiline J. Young, Ester Young and Hanna E. Young, his only children and heirs at law. Registered 13 Feb 1849. ~Paul & Sandra Byrge [email protected] Sandra Byrge -- I am researching my family. A Mathew Young married a Lucinda ? and they had four children before he died. How did you come the the conclusion that Lucinda was a Carpenter? I have researched this line of my family for a long time along with another person named Charlotte Slinkard. She also has Mathew Young and Lucinda on rootsweb. I know that she lived close to a Consider Carpenter and always wondered if he was related to her in some way. These are my gggg grandparents.
Note: 12 Feb 1849: Two 50-acre tracts on Black Wolf Creek, Morgan Co, TN were posthumously conveye
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