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  1. HANNAH YOUNG: Birth: ABT 1680 in of Topsfield, Essex Co., Massachusetts. Death: 22 MAR 1770 in Salem, Essex Co., Massachusetts

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1. Title:   Youngs, Selah, Youngs Family, Vicar Christopher Yonges, A History and Genealogy (NY: 1907)
Page:   pgs. 45, 62
2. Title:   New York Genealogical & Biographical Record (NYG&BR)
3. Title:   Perley, Sidney, The History of Salem 1626-1637, Vol. I (Salem, Mass., S. Perley, 1924-28)
4. Title:   Massachusetts Vital Records
5. Title:   Torrey, Clarence Almon, New England Marriages Prior to 1700 (Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc., 1985)

Notes
a. Note:   enealogy (NY: 1907) https://archive.org/stream/youngsfamilyvica00youn/youngsfamilyvica00youn_djvu.txt From: YOUNGS Family, Vicar Christopher Yonges, A History and Genealogy, Selah Youngs, Jr., NY, 1907. Pages 62-63. CHRISTOPHER,3 Jun'r (Christopher,2 Rev. Christopher1), b. Salem, Mass., 2, 12 mo., 1643; buried, Southold, L. I., 5 Dec., 1698; m., Southold, L. I., 167??-7, HANNAH (dau. FRANCIS and HANNAH WINES) NICHOLS; m. (prob.) (2), bet. 1689 and 1698, Mercy, wid. of John Youngs, No. 1 Children of Christopher and Hannah: i HANNAH,4 d. bef. 1765; m. (1), bef. 1698, Samuel Darby, member of Odd-Fellows Lodge, Salem, Mass.; prob. lost at sea bef. 1728; m. (2), 7 Jan., 1728, Daniel Clark, of Topsfield. Issue: 1 HANNAH DARBY, b. Salem, Mass., 1792; d. 28 Oct. 1796; m. (1) Benjamin Horn; m. (2) MILES WARD, Jr. 2 Roger Darby. His will proved 1 Feb., 1768; m. Lydia Buxton. 3 Anna Darby, b. Salem, Mass., 1711; d. Danvers, 11 Nov., 17??; m. Joshua Goodall. 4 Temperance Darby, B. 1st Chh. 1 July, 1716; d. Andover, 13 Oct., 1779; m. Capt. Richard Downing. 5 Samuel Darby, B. 1st Chk. 14 Feb., 1719; d. 1783; m. (1) Bridget Newell; m. (2) Ann Williams. ii SARAH,4 unm. in 1703.** In the census 1698, next William King. This Christopher Yongs was called "Junior" in Southold, L. I. (being a year or two younger than his cousin, Christopher, No. 16). His parents dying when he was young, he was taken to Southold, L. I., and seems to have been brought up by his Aunt Martha, the wife of Thomas Moore. In 1659 he is mentioned in an affidavit of Richard Skidmore as "Christopher Youngs jun," together with his cousin Benjamin Moore, regarding a turkey hunt. We infer that he did not receive much education from the fact that he did not sign his name, but made his mark.(*) In 1675 he was rated as Christopher Yongs, Jun'r, (on cattle) for œ56.(+) He married Hannah (or Anna) Nichols (granddaughter of Barnabas Wines, Sen'r), whose mother Hannah (or Anna) for her fourth husband married Col. John Youngs.?? She brought with her considerable estate,?? and on Feb. 4, 1677, after his marriage, he executed an agreement with her regarding the same. After this he had several large transactions in land. The only house and home lot which there is a record of his owning is the one he bought of Josiah Youngs, in 1692, on the north side of Town Street, Southold, L. I. After his wife's death and his children had grown up, he seems to have been living with the family of his cousin, John Youngs, mariner, deceased (No. 18), and had probably married the widow, Mercy Horton Youngs, as he appears at the head of her family group in the census of 1698, and she is not designated as "widow." He died possessed of landed property, which, from 1700 to 1704, was sold by his son-in-law, SAMUEL DARBY, and his daughters, HANNAH DARBY and Sarah Youngs.**
Note:   Youngs, Selah, Youngs Family, Vicar Christopher Yonges, A History and G


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